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Profane Language in Law Enforcement and Military.

Sorry to say, but not all Law enforcement officers are saints. Anyone who has been in the military or law enforcement knows what I mean. Just because you use profane language in private between peers does not necessarily make you a bad person. This seems as it was supposed to be a private conversation, and he did not publicly post a FU about the lawyer and his wife.

Some of our best defenders and protesters are a little ruff around the edges.

Now as to whether he was intimidating toward lawyer and his wife, I can not say, but a private conversation with profane language does not warrant this officer to be fired or punished. Now if this language was used in public toward an individual, than there would be a right to punish the officer.


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