San Francisco cop accused of running inmate fight ring.

If this is true: …what the Hell? “San Francisco sheriff’s deputy Scott Neu is accused of leading a ring of corrupt jail guards who coerced prisoners into gladiatorial combat with threats of rape and violence.” I mean, what the pluperfect Hell?  Is civilization optional in California, or something?

More here, including a defense attorney making a lot of noise about how all of this is untrue.  For for the benefit of Western society, let’s hope so. Just don’t… count on it.

Via Instapundit.

Moe Lane

PS: Seriously, can we have this one be BS? Pretty please, with sugar on top? – Because that would be spiffy, thanks.

4 thoughts on “San Francisco cop accused of running inmate fight ring.”

  1. My wife and I have lived in a number of locations justly famed for their corruption.
    But some of the stuff we saw in Fresno shocked us, and managed to do so on a regular basis.
    Also, the prison guard’s union is the most powerful political force in the state. And it’s members don’t have a reputation for being well-behaved.
    I expect everyone hopes that this isn’t true.
    But I wouldn’t place a wager on that proposition.

  2. I’m betting that it is true. A couple of times they have caught the same thing happening in the California Prison System. It is not a matter of civilization being optional in California, it is a matter of it being forbidden.

    Keep in mind that San Francisco, and its government, are the epitome of Leftist perfection. They can do anything in that state unopposed. This is what they have chosen to do.

    I would also bet that there are higher ups who knew about it and ignored it. And that neither the local media or the ACLU will make any stink about this. Because it would hurt the Narrative.

    1. Put this in perspective:
      During a two-year period in Fresno, I called the police three times. They responded only once–if you define “respond” as “drive past slowly, over an hour later”. (That one was for a stereotypical individual loudly proclaiming in a public area that he was going to “get his Glock” and “kill the bitch”.)
      That was in a “nicer” area of the city.
      I’m not exactly prone to being a busybody. That two-year span comprises a majority of the times I’ve called the police in my life. And the only times I’ve called to report crimes, much less crimes in progress.

Comments are closed.