The D.C. police chief spoke the day after a shooting in the popular Logan Circle neighborhood
By David Rutz , Louis Casiano
Washington, D.C., police chief Robert Contee declared himself “mad as hell” Friday as he vented about the city’s ineffective justice system and said violent criminals shouldn’t be “coddled.”
Speaking after Thursday’s shooting in D.C.’s popular Logan Circle that sent pedestrians running for cover, Contee’s frustration was clear.
“I’m going to give it to you straight … The justice system that we have right now, it is not functioning the way that it should. The courts are not open.
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