Retired Lieutenant Harry Thomas analyzes the killing of a homeless man camping in the foothills in Albuquerque.
Retired police Lt. Harry Thomas tells of how he was harassed by corrupt police local and a city prosecutor over his incident involving a vicious dog attack, and watched a sworn officer deliberately perjure himself in court.
I got to thinking about the great gulf that separates the law enforcement profession that I knew as compared to the one that exists today. I never thought I’d be one of those geezers that says, “I just don’t understand this younger generation today!” But the fact is, I am, and I don’t. I offer this retrospective and comparison: