Torsos, Lies, and Submarines

Via the New York Post: Danish police confirmed early Wednesday that the headless torso found floating in the waters off Copenhagen belonged to the journalist who went missing from a homemade submarine earlier this month.   Investigators found a “DNA match between [the] torso and Kim Wall,” Copenhagen police said, according to a BBC report. […]

Joe Wants Pardon

Via Politico: Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was found guilty in late July of contempt of court after failing to stop racial profiling practices, said he would accept a pardon from President Donald Trump.   “Whatever the president wants me to do, I would support him,” Arpaio said to his state’s largest paper, The […]

Academy Shut Down

Via HOUSTON — The training contract under which the Lone Star College System has operated a law enforcement academy has been suspended effective immediately, the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement said Wednesday.   TCOLE said it conducted an investigation into the college’s academy operations after a complaint was filed by a cadet. During its […]

Feds Screw Cops Over Student Loans

The current administration has promised to be a “great cheerleader” for police. But it looks like aside from pom-poms and jokey speeches, that’s all the support local law enforcement will be getting. Via MarketWatch: Public servants who’ve been told they’re eligible for a federal student loan forgiveness program have no guarantee that their debt will […]