Reader: Justice Department's decision not to charge cops in Alex Landau beating predictable
Our post about the decision by Justice Department representatives not to charge Denver cops involved in the brutal beating of Alex Landau with federal civil-rights violations prompted anger and frustration among many of our readers.
Here's an example.
Cindy Hill writes:
The federales couldn't be bothered to finally take the DPD to task for their racist behavior? Not shocked at all. The whole police department needs to be brought down and rebuilt from the ground up. Stay strong, Alex!
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