A few weeks back, one of the saddest incidents has occurred. The helicopter crash where the legend of Basketball Kobe Bryant along. With his daughter and seven other people were shot dead in the crash while they were returning to a basketball match. The matter of issue is that photos of the crash are out without any consent by an anonymous.
This has come to light :
Many fans of Kobe Bryant have gathered at the place where the crash has happened. Some would have taken the pictures while some even would have sent to some other people who were not officials in charge of this investigation. It would be a complete crime to do such a thing. This thing has come into light when one person has reported that he has seen the pictures of the crash in the mobile of an official who has no connection with the investigation of the crash.
Patti Higgins, chairman of the Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, has said that it is very unprofessional and even regrettable. She was hoping to find how they have found them. While Brian Williams, commissioner executive director, has said that it is something that the department will be hunting down seriously.
This is a cardinal sin in law enforcement :
Joseph Giacalone, who teaches police procedures at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, has said that surfacing photos of such crimes to a random person other than the officials in charge of it is completely a cardinal sin in law enforcement.
There were a series of such revelations in the past like. He was leaking of documents after Mel Gibson’s infamous anti-Semitic rant during a drunk driving arrest. Even a Los Angeles Police Officer was arrested in 2009 for releasing a photo of Rihanna beaten up by Chris Brown. Vanessa Bryant, wife of Kobe Bryant has filed a case of wrongful death lawsuit against the company that was operating the helicopter. With that in the court, this case of releasing the photos has been added up.