Baltimore Detectives Found Guilty in Corruption Case

12.02.2018 20:06

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Two Baltimore detectives were convicted on Monday of fraud, robbery, and racketeering in a trial that exposed widespread corruption inside of an elite police unit and brought up new allegations of corruption across the entire city's police squad, according to The Washington Post. Daniel Hersl, 47, and Marcus Taylor, 30, join six colleagues from the Gun Trace Task Force who already agreed to plead guilty, which "uncovered some of the most egregious and despicable acts ever perpetrated in law enforcement, according to Acting Police Commissioner Darryl DeSousa. DeSousa, who was recently named to head the department over the rising crime rates for the coastal city, said that he had zero...

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