"I have to imagine that their winning percentage is really, really high," said Adam Isacson of the Washington Office on Latin America, a human rights advocacy group. "Whatever reputation they lose from episodes like this, their profit margins are still high enough to make it work. Otherwise people wouldn't pay."
"They want to be unfettered," said Adam Isacson, an analyst at the Washington Office on Latin America, a human-rights advocacy group. "Most law enforcement agents do, but they're especially vocal about it. They have forcefully resisted efforts to reform."