You don't get to know my 3 adult jobs in my life. I don't share my life online. I don't need to hold out my life experiences to sound or be credible. Everything above that sentence, I have no problem with what you wrote. Who gets to judge if a cop is good or bad if he gets arrested? The jury, not cops. If only the cops knew right from wrong or violations of constitutional rights as a society we would be in big trouble. The public, it appears, is not capable of seeing right from wrong on a video of police behavior. I assume that is what you are saying. When you arrest somebody the prosecutor, not a cop, presents to a grand jury, not cops, if indicted the person goes to trial. The judge, not a cop, presides over the trial and the prosecutor, not a cop puts on the case. The defense attorney, not a cop also puts on a case. The jury, not cops, rules on if the person was guilty, the police don't find anybody guilty. I just listed a lot of people that are not cops involved in just one arrest made by one cop. You seem to be saying that can't work, they are not cops. 6 Baltimore officers handled Freddie Grey. None had a single word to say. 6 didn't kill him. We know he was healthy then had a fractured back and was dead. I would say 4 or 5 of those 6 know what happened. Nope, not a word from any of them. Not a single officer testified against any of the others. I am glad you have never seen a bad cop or turned one in for being bad. But as above, there are bad cops and those that cover for them. Thankfully the bad ones are in a small minority. Its the majority that needs to police them better. Per the above it doesn't matter which cop or cops killed Freddie Grey. All six are bad once they circled their wagons to cover up a crime. A negligent homicide they swore oaths to protect against and enforce the laws that make the act illegal.