I've been watching that with interest from other sources.
It amazes me, their arrogant presumption that they are entitled to special treatment: To be safe from criticism even as they criticize; free from challenge, even as they challenge authority; free from arrest, even as they arrest (at the drop of a resisting order); free to just go all "blue flu" when they're annoyed. I am highly disappointed in them.
This cartoon, Respect for the Law, expresses it very well.
If you want another example, we have former Police Chief William McCollom, in Peachtree City, Ga, who shot his wife accidentally, early on the 1st. Shot her accidentally twice, early reports said; they've now "corrected" that, saying he only shot her once.
His story now is that he shot her while moving the gun "to the side". But even this article says, "During McCollom's 911 call, he told the dispatcher he and his wife were asleep when the gun went off."
I don't have a wife, but if I did, and I shot her under circumstances like that, and I told the police inconsistent stories like that, I'd expect to be thrown in a cell so fast the sonic boom would peel the paint off the bars. Is he under arrest? Of course not. Will they tell us all the gory details, like they would for an ordinary citizen like me? Of course not.
But it's not like police expect or get special treatment, or anything like that. Disappointed.