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Response by the OCDA to the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s (AOCD) ire as a result of the OCDA's use of the term "code of silence" to explain dismissal of People Vs. Hibbs
Is COS (code of silence) part of the OCSD’s culture, something that just happened to show up during the Pople Vs. Hibbs’ trial as the Orange County District’s Attorney (OCDA) alleges, or simply a figment of the OCDA’s imagination as the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s (AOCD) claim? - refer to: http://www.atwebo.com/cotobuzz/2009/OCDA/CotoOCDAHibbs.htm
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