Berke would make enemies if takes tough action over roadside abuses

print Ending police abuse of the traveling public in Chattanooga and beyond is an exciting prospect that will increase freedom and liberty in the area, draw more people to live and prosper here, and become an example nationwide for local action to solve state and national problems. But institutional and cartel interests promise to forbid reform of law enforcement abuse under the transportation statutes that sweep minorities, the poor and immigrants into the police-industrial complex. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio Reform will be painful for the attorney class, judges, bar associations and others who rely on their living in … Continue reading Berke would make enemies if takes tough action over roadside abuses