LAPD Captain suspended over allegation of illegal grow operation

Posted By on December 7, 2017

LAPD Captain suspended over allegation of illegal grow operation
LAPD Rapmart Captain Phillip A. Smith, a twenty year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department, is currently on paid leave during an investigation into his possible working with an illegal grow operation.

http://beta.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-lapd-captain-marijuana-20171130-story.html

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LAPD Captain suspended over allegation of illegal grow operation

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  1. Captain on vacation for being fingered for helping dope merchants. Cop returns to duty after three years off. Just in time to retire

  2. Man was diversifying his assets you. Know if the cop thing doesn't work out but the other work screw him over

  3. Here's the thing I don't understand. If it's law enforcement of some kind, he's not arrested, he continues to get paid, and he gets to sit home and do nothing while the higher-ups try to figure out a way for him to be found innocent. If it was literally any other person (except possibly politicians and judges), they would be arrested on the spot, they would lose their job, and they would sit in jail while they gathered as much evidence as possible to keep them behind bars for the longest amount of time. How is this fair? How is this "presumption of innocence" to the first person, but "justice" to the second person, for doing THE EXACT SAME THING?

    Secondly… if everybody knows that it's going to be legal to sell marijuana in 5 or 6 weeks… where do they expect it to come from if people aren't "illegally" growing it right now? Plants take a lot of time to grow enough to be harvested, regardless of the plant. You can't plant corn or wheat and expect to have a harvest in less than 3 or 4 months, usually longer. Are these people really expecting marijuana plants to be grown and harvested in mere days? They shouldn't even be considering growing the plant to be illegal right now if they had any amount of intelligence at all.

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