Most intimidating state police

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For example by accepting bribes in exchange for not pursuing, or selectively pursuing, an investigation or arrest.

In the past few years, there seems to have been a drastic increase of police violence around the world. Besides best police forces in the world, there are also some most corrupt police forces.

Children’s loyalty could be developed with a policy of indoctrination viaeducation and the Hitler Youth movement.

Time and planning spent in these areas would bring a suitable reward for Hitler. Some adults clearly supported Hitler – as the March 1933 election showed.

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These people were likely to be a constant thorn for Hitler unless they were dealt with.

A representative from Sig Sauer did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

According to the complaint, filed in April in state Superior Court in Mercer County, the state bought 3,000 Sig Sauer P229s for more than

These people were likely to be a constant thorn for Hitler unless they were dealt with.

A representative from Sig Sauer did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

According to the complaint, filed in April in state Superior Court in Mercer County, the state bought 3,000 Sig Sauer P229s for more than $1.8 million and paid more than $856,000 for various holsters to fit the weapons.

TRENTON -- The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem.

The state filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns it purchased from the company frequently jammed, making them "life-threatening" for troopers and virtually "inoperable." The state Attorney General's Office is claiming breach of contract and other charges in state Superior Court, according to a copy of the complaint obtained by NJ Advance Media.

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These people were likely to be a constant thorn for Hitler unless they were dealt with.A representative from Sig Sauer did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.According to the complaint, filed in April in state Superior Court in Mercer County, the state bought 3,000 Sig Sauer P229s for more than $1.8 million and paid more than $856,000 for various holsters to fit the weapons.TRENTON -- The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem.The state filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns it purchased from the company frequently jammed, making them "life-threatening" for troopers and virtually "inoperable." The state Attorney General's Office is claiming breach of contract and other charges in state Superior Court, according to a copy of the complaint obtained by NJ Advance Media.

.8 million and paid more than 6,000 for various holsters to fit the weapons.

TRENTON -- The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem.

The state filed a .5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns it purchased from the company frequently jammed, making them "life-threatening" for troopers and virtually "inoperable." The state Attorney General's Office is claiming breach of contract and other charges in state Superior Court, according to a copy of the complaint obtained by NJ Advance Media.

Most intimidating state police