Repeal The Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights

Repeal The Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights

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Deylon Fair started this petition to United States Supreme Court and

In 1972 this country introduced a bill called the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights or LEOBR. This bill protects law enforcement officers from being held accountable for their actions. This bill protects them from being justly investigated and prosecuted for their actions while on duty. The bill also allows them to be judged by only other officers, preventing the formation of civilian review boards that give civilians oversight over police actions. With this petition we hope to repeal this bill so that law enforcement will be held accountable for the brutality and murder of many Americans. This will hopefully be the first step in dismantling a corrupt system that is sworn to protect and serve the civilians of this country. Any questions you have about this bill can be found simply by googling, “Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights”.

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