Although Officer Clifton Whatley’s two nephews have admitted to police he was the ring leader in a series of robberies, he denies he had anything to do with crime. This police officer is accused of running a crime ring that involved holding cashiers at gunpoint at various check cashing places, including a Dollar Tree store. Sisters, if we cannot trust our police officers to not be criminals themselves, then how can we depend on them to catch criminals?
You see black women, this is one of the main problems across our nation, there are too many police officers breaking the law while they catch criminals. It’s sort of like the old cliche, ‘the blind cannot lead the blind.’ The saddest thing about Detroit, specifically is, it’s not just crooked politicians whom have messed up the city, but also some of their police officers whom live double lives while appearing to be honest police officers.
According to MyFoxDetroit.com, Officer Whatley was not just a cop, but also was a bodyguard for gangster rap star, Rick Ross. We could imagine any officer whom may work for Ross could be a dangerous person, since Rick Ross has allegedly been in the wrong company and even been threatened by some gangs in various states, allegedly.
As black women you must realize we are living in a totally different era than years ago, there are some police officers that are not good role models for our young men and young women. Therefore sisters, you must teach your children that if they choose to become cops, do not get caught up in any criminal activity, whatsoever. For this very reason, there are some bad cops whom are no better than criminals they are responsible for catching out on the streets.
No matter how Officer Whatley denies he had anything to do with running a string of robberies and teaching his nephews how to hold employees at gunpoint, his nephews allegedly admit he was the ring leader.
Detroit Police Officer accused of running a crime ring
By Amy Lange, Fox 2 News
DETROIT (WJBK) -34-year-old Clifton Whatley denies he ran a criminal enterprise, but published reports by investigators tell a very different story about this Detroit Police Officer.