From the article:
I-Team questions how accused officers still on patrol affect cases
Before anything else, let me remind everyone that honest Officers do not like dishonest Officers. It makes the job much harder than it already is.
Another thing honest Officers do not like is when pretend investigators (you know, like the I-team) trash Officers just to get some ratings.
A perfect example:
From the article (Case #2):
"Besides being a witness, Jaskot is a lawyer, Miller reported. Judge O'Malley said she saw no reason for Jaskot to lie, but the police officers were a different story."
Excuse me, a lawyer is honest while the Officer isn't? That is rich! Let's be real here, if you assuming that an Officer is dishonest, just because a lawyer says so, you don't really have too much of a story do you?