No More Immunity for Police who have Sex with Prostitutes

by Admin on December 15, 2017

Michigan is the last state in the US to give immunity to police who sexual relations with prostitutes whilst undercover. Governor Rick Snyder has signed the legislation removing the protection and it will take effect in 90 days.

Proving fathers rights in Thailand involves a specific court and registration process with each Embassy having their own policies.

An advocate for the legislation says that the move for the amendment in policy is not because police are taking advantage of the immunity rather that it shouldn’t be there in the first place.

The Governor commented that removing the immunity will ensure “the ongoing integrity and accountability” of the police.

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