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  • Fuyu
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    As far as I can tell, the "code of conduct" she violated was a line in the Miami-Dade County Code of Ethics: "I will keep my private life unsullied as an example to all." Source Unless there's a more in depth code of ethics somewhere that details legal sexual exposure, it'd be unfortunate if the police force was judging what secondary jobs are or are not "suitable" for police officers.

    Plus, this article is really weird. It goes into a lot of detail about her employer, but the investigation doesn't seem to be suspecting her of taking part in any of his crimes.

    • idlethreat
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      Yeah, the article seems to go into depth about the 'bad people' she was working for, but neglects to mention her doing anything other than an entertaining side job with fringe benefits. Looks like someone has an agenda.

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