Here's the latest episode of Don't Cops Have Better Things to Do?!, produced by Ted Balaker.
San Diego's police chief has recently resigned amid a variety of sex-crime scandals involving his officers, including Christopher Hays, who faces felony charges for groping and illegally detaining women, and Anthony Arevalos who is serving time for his habit of demanding sexual favors from women he pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving.
So it seems like an especially stupid time for SDPD to send ten armed officers to raid a local strip club and take photos of the dancers. Yet that's what the vice squad did earlier this month.
San Diego Police Department officers raided a Cheetahs strip club to bust any dancers who weren’t properly permitted.
"I didn't know if it was a bank robbery or serial killer on the loose the way they had come in like that," said manager Rich Buonantony. "The show of force, show of power was incredible."
The officers spent hours meticulously documenting all 30 dancers’ paperwork and bodies (with cameras, of course!).
"They made me feel like I was a gang member pretty much and they wanted to document every single one of my tattoos," said stripper Katelynn Delorie.
Jeff writes, “Combined, Washington State is providing Microsoft and Boeing $1 billion annually in tax breaks. Cumulatively, Microsoft’s state tax has saved its shareholders $8.6 billion in costs. While the company quietly surpassed $1 trillion in all time revenue, its home state faces emergencies in education funding, homelessness, heroin addiction and escalating crime.”
Journalist Paul Dailing, creator of the 1001 Chicago Afternoons blog, has created a walking tour of the most corrupt sites in Chicago’s fantastically corrupt history, and it’s selling out.
Rick Friday has been the editorial cartoonist for Farm News for 21 years, with a weekly slot in every Friday’s paper.
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