One of the things not mentioned on TV or the media, every time a cop breaks the law, is how many DA's refuse to press charges against the police. There is breakdown in the system. DA's need police endorsements and support. DA's refuse to prosecute cops for crimes against citizens. There aren't many avenues for victims. In the case of Rekia Boyd, the DA prosecuted the officer for the wrong crime so the judge threw the whole charge against him out on a technicality. How can a judge and DA let this trial go all the way to a jury, then let the jury make a decision and then when it's not what's in the best interest of the the cop throw it out on a technicality? There is a case I have been keeping track of in New Iberia La. where a black man was arrested , had his hands handcuffed behind his back and somehow shot himself in the chest. The Sheriff says its suicide , the parish coroner says its suicide. The family is in a position of having nothing done unless they can come up with the money for an independent coroner. In Memphis there was a police officer who pleaded guilty to stopping male drivers and making them give him oral sex in exchange for not taking them to jail for other crimes besides the traffic stop. He did it multiple times to numerous men. Each count is seven years in prison. DA decides to charge him with one count. DA and Judge then accept a plea deal from him and his lawyer which gives him 2 years probation with the only stipulation being that he has a job. That sounds like collusion between legal entities.