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They could follow what’s known as the “blue wall of silence,” essentially a code between officers that they won’t snitch on each other or otherwise try to get each other in trouble.
“We see it as a snitch society program,” said Rafael Bautista, the lead organizer with San Diego Tenants United.
Since one of the individuals first started speaking with attorneys in the case, staff began calling him “rat,” “snitch” and routinely refusing to release him for his medications in a timely manner, the documents contend.
Will you promise not to snitch if I tell you how to stop it, even if you don't go there yourself?
THE WHITE MOLLFRANK L. PACKARD
If anybody tries to stop us or to snitch you free you'll get the acid in those shining peepers without being able to move.
THE GRAY MASKWADSWORTH CAMP
Pinkie and this double-crossing snitch went there—and only found a note from the White Moll.
THE WHITE MOLLFRANK L. PACKARD
They've put th' reward out, and three times since last night some of me own pals 've tried to snitch on me.
Snitch, to give information to the police, to turn approver.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
"Now, I'm not going to snitch on my mates," said McCarty decidedly.
The computers I love are being co-opted, used to spy on us, control us, snitch on us.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW

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