Originally posted on CBS Baltimore:
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — There are growing allegations in the political enemy files ordered by Anne Arundel County’s former county executive. Now, new recordings may prove the former police chief knew what was happening and didn’t stop it.
Meghan McCorkell has the surprising new details.
Those shocking new audio tapes indicate Chief James Teare didn’t just know about the enemy files–he helped compile them!
Former police chief James Teare has never publicly spoken out about the abuse of his officers for disgraced County Executive John Leopold. Leopold used his security detail to compile dossiers on his enemies.
Now, in new audiotapes obtained by the ACLU, one of the members of that detail claims Teare–referred to as “the colonel”–not only knew about the files but reviewed them.
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In the interview, Corporal Howard Brown says, “I think I gave a copy to him to give…
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