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Justice Department Asset Forfeitures Outstrip Burglary Thefts

Feds Become the new Criminals?

The Justice Department restarted what it amorphously calls the "Equitable Sharing Program" that allows federal, state, county and local cops to seize assets of burglars - up to 80% of what they seize, and then funnel that money to their own budgets.

The Justice Department must have missed the "conflict of interest" lecture in law school ethics class.  Check out this chart from the Washington Post article

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