Yes, I have sued bad police officers, but that was more than 20 years ago. This proves that our State currently has the laws on the books to hold bad police officers accountable. Individual police officers can be sued for crimes and civil rights violations, and so we don't need the so-called "Police Reform Bill" which punishes 100% of all Police Officers, Firefighters, and First Responders for doing absolutely nothing wrong. Our Public Safety personnel need to make emergency decisions in split seconds. They need the protection of "Qualified Immunity" in order to protect them and their families from frivolous lawsuits. Should I have turned a blind eye to bad police? Where’s the social justice in that? Are we to conclude that holding bad police accountable under the current law is wrong, while Sue Moran moralizes over her atrocious vote to allow every single cop to be sued over everything and anything is correct? This is the real hypocrisy! If the “Police Reform Bill” becomes law, good first responders can be sued for actions they take to help people. Qualified Immunity is akin to the Good Samaritan Law. For example, if a police officer pulls someone out of a burning car to save their life, but that person is seriously injured in the process, that officer could be sued. Ending “Qualified Immunity” doesn’t increase the accountability factor for bad cops. It only hurts all the good ones.