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08-04-2015, 12:58 AM
I actually disagree somewhat with the Treehouse view. I think getting Federal agents into local police forces is what this whole thing has actually been about.

Loretta Lynch Embeds Federal Agents In Baltimore To Help Control Embarrassment of Growing Crisis

The transparency of motive is brutally obvious. As Baltimore suffers the worst explosion of gun/homicide violence in 40 years, the race-based professional apologists have to move quickly to avoid the consequences from their own insufferable policy/agenda failures.

BALTIMORE – After 10 people were shot — seven of them in one incident — overnight in Baltimore following the city’s most violent month in decades, police announced Sunday that 10 federal agents will embed with the city’s homicide unit for the next two months.

The special agents detailed to the city from the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the U.S. Marshals Service and the U.S. Secret Service represent a “flipping of the script of sorts,” Interim Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said.

“That’s a bit unusual because local police departments — and Baltimore is no different — historically send detectives to federal law enforcement agencies to embed with their long-term investigations,” he said.

The department’s homicide clearance rate is 36 percent, Davis said, and the agents will use their federal resources to help homicide detectives try to solve the rest of the 187 killings in the city this year.

Forty-five people were killed in July alone, matching an all-time monthly high from 1972, when the city had 275,000 more residents. The city saw 42 people killed in May following the unrest over the death of Freddie Gray, 25, from a spinal cord injury in police custody.

The violence this year is unprecedented: No previous year has had two months with more than 40 killings, and the 116 killed from April to July is a three-month high in data kept since 1970. (read more)