The city of Chicago’s refusal to turn over the names of the 600+ police officers who’ve had ten or more complaints registered against them in the last five years is allegedly to protect the privacy of these officers.
It would be nice if the city extended the same privacy to its citizens.
Note the tiny, italic print:
These individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Well in that case. I’m sure the families, employers, and neighbors of these men will withhold all judgment until after they’re tried.