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worm

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I mean they could have become a cop before he became father-in-law.

But more saliently, what makes you assume cops would be law-abiding to begin with?
just a general comment they are pretty hardcore standards to meet on the security check
 
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WeHaveMoreCupsThanYou

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I mean they could have become a cop before he became father-in-law.

But more saliently, what makes you assume cops would be law-abiding to begin with?
True, and the article states that she is only 30 while her husband is a 20 year veteran of the force. So he's probably at least 10 years older than her to begin with, perhaps even older than that. Like most cops I expect that she will eventually be his ex-wife. None of those guys stay married for long.
 

WeHaveMoreCupsThanYou

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just a general comment there are pretty hardcore standards to meet on the security check
Years ago I worked in the 9-1-1 call center in Vancouver and I had to undergo everything short of a cavity search to pass the security clearances. I noticed that the 9-1-1 operators (pretty much all female) were all married to or dating cops or firemen. The woman who supervised all of them was the wife of one of the administrators and she had apparently been a waitress when he first hooked up with her. Needless to say she wasn't well respected by the people under her charge. But the whole place had an air of incest about it. These people had no friends or acquaintances in the wider "civilian" world. Everyone they associated with was cop or fire fighter-related. Total "us versus them" mentality. It's no wonder there's so much corruption and backward world views among these people. They live in a bubble.
 
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