A NSW police officer has been charged with supplying drugs in Wollongong.
The officer, from the Central Metropolitan Region, has been charged with two counts of supplying prohibited drugs, after he allegedly dealt drugs inside a licensed venue in Wollongong on Sunday.
He will appear in Wollongong Court on April 3.
heraldsun.com.au 10 Mar 2012
So there is only 1 police officer that deals drugs in New South Wales?
Another illustration of how the authorities work together with the corporate media.
No information is given about the corrupt police officer or any other details, just sparse information.
Victorian and NSW police are considered the most corrupt in the country.
The government working together with the media, cannot allow the actual number of corrupt police be known to the general populous, as the will show no confidence in governance.
The drugs problem is greater than the mass media reports it to be.
The police were not in control of the drug syndicates since the 1980's and earlier.
The government has failed in it's 'War on Drugs' (not that there ever was one) at the expense of the children of the masses.
The drug trade in Australia is worth an estimated ($1.2 billion per month).