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Modern DPD Seems Quite Similiar To 1960's DPD Empty Modern DPD Seems Quite Similiar To 1960's DPD

on Mon 07 Jan 2019, 9:19 pm
https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2014/01/09/jurors-hear-detectives-aggressive-interrogation-during-false-arrest-civil-trial

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Hephzibah Olivia Lord, distraught and sobbing, sat across from Detective Dwayne A. Thompson in the Dallas Police Department’s interview room several hours after her boyfriend had died from a gunshot wound to the head.
After going through perfunctory questions about what happened that night, Thompson’s voice boomed without warning. “You [expletive] shot him! That’s what you did!” he told a stunned and confused Lord, who protested her innocence. “Yes you did! Yes you did!”

Kim Sanders, a more than 30-year veteran of the department who served as a homicide detective, said the interview amounted to intimidation.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Sanders said.



He called the tone and line of questioning a “formula for a false confession.” And Sanders questioned why Thompson did not read Lord her right to remain silent after the point in which he clearly considered her a murder suspect during the interview.

Thompson repeatedly asked Lord during the interview why she waited seven minutes to call 911 after trying to reach a friend of Burnside’s by phone. “Seven minutes is a long time,” Thompson told her several times on the video.
But Lord’s attorney, Don Tittle, said the detective was wrong — that police records show she called 911 immediately after trying to reach the friend.

 Looks like trying to get false confessions is till a ploy at the DPD.


Last edited by Vinny on Mon 07 Jan 2019, 9:21 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Typos)
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on Tue 08 Jan 2019, 9:38 am
Since it seems that no DPD personnel have been sanctioned for such illegitimate tactics in the past, there's little reason for them to change.
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on Tue 08 Jan 2019, 8:06 pm
Right Goban. I guess the Henry Wade era is not entirely gone yet.
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