Appeals court to hear arguments by former TPD officer


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Updated: 3/07/2013 10:24 am Published: 3/07/2013 6:13 am


A federal appeals court will hear arguments by a former TPD officer convicted of corruption.

Attorneys for former Corporal Harold Wells will make their case at the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.   Wells says authorities never got a warrant to secretly video tape an FBI sting in 2009 that appeared to show him stealing money.

The TPD corruption case resulted in 11 officers being charged or named as co-conspirators.

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ARenae - 1/14/2014 8:38 PM
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BrideyMurphy- Who feels that they have the right to accuse or even comment on the innocence or guilt of this man without knowing anything about the situation? Were you at the trial? Do you know the people involved? No. All that you know is what is released to the media. There is more to every situation so please spare everyone else your ignorant comments.

T Hollow Girl - 1/14/2014 8:26 PM
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The whole video was not shown at the trial. I would hate to see a video of my life cut and pasted together by someone who decided to make a case against me. Who has the right to do that? No entity or individual should be able to I'm prison anyone without disclosing the whole.

BrideyMurphy - 3/8/2013 9:01 PM
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Does the FBI have to get a warrant to video tape a sting involving another law enforcement officer? This cop is a crimminal and should not get another appeal much less have the case thrown out. He did the crime now he needs to do the time.
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