Court Rules Police No Longer Have to Release Information about Corrupt Cops to the Public

By Matt Agorist Maryland — In a damning blow to transparency, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that information related to police misconduct cannot be disclosed to the public and is exempt from the Maryland Public Information Act.
In other words, if a police officer strangles an innocent child to death while on duty and is “disciplined” for these actions, the public will never and can never know.
According to the Baltimore Sun:
The question before the state’s highest court centered on whether citizens have a right to know the outcome and other information about an investigation once misconduct allegations are sustained. In a 5-2 ruling, …read more