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D.C. police lieutenant charged with leaking law enforcement information to Proud Boys | Boing Boing

May 19, 2023 View Original Article
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    -32% Medium Liberal

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    30% ReliableFair

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    -32% Medium Liberal

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50% : The indictment alleges that, as early as at least July 2020, Lamond began using Telegram to provide information to Tarrio about law enforcement activity relating to Proud Boys' activities in Washington, D.C.For instance, the indictment alleges that beginning on December 18, 2020, Lamond gave Tarrio confidential law enforcement information into the investigation of the December 12, 2020 burning of a banner that read "#BLACKLIVESMATTER."
48% : Lieutenant Shane Lamond, 47, of the Columbia Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., was charged with obstruction of justice and three counts of false statements over law enforcement information leaked to the Proud Boys.
36% : As the indictment alleges, on June 2, 2021, during an interview with federal law enforcement, Lamond made false and misleading statements regarding his communications and contacts with Tarrio.

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