Sunday, April 18, 2010

More Tax Money to Fund Officially Corrupt Connecticut's Abuse Programs

Citizens who lodge police misconduct complaints, propose judicial reform, write critically in newspapers, or propose legislation police don't like, can end up on the Secret Police "Enemies List", be arrested on sight and then be railroaded to prison in a rigged court.

Rell Announces $3 Million For Law Enforcement Database
The Hartford Courant

The state's Division of Criminal Justice will receive $3 million in federal money to revamp its information technology system, Gov. M. Jodi Rell said today.

The improvements are part of an effort to create a statewide database that will allow law enforcement officials, including police officers, prosecutors and parole officers, to quickly share updated information on offenders, Rell said in a press release.

The $3 million initiative will lay the foundation for the comprehensive Connecticut Information Sharing System, which is expected to be completed by 2013.

-- Monica Polanco

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