How do you come to the conclusion that police are immune? They sure aren't immune from other lawsuits.
I didn't claim they were immune from lawsuits. My whole point, clearly stated, which you ignore again and again, is that they are immune from any consequences
of any lawsuit, even if the lawsuit is successful. I gave you the example of the Washington, D.C. PD having no consequences after their policy was ruled unconstitutional as an example and you failed to respond.
Let's take an example of a successful public lawsuit against HPD. So some cop (a friend of yours?) roughs up some lesbians in a public store because they are kissing and apparently he thinks he can justify threatening them because of his astute legal knowledge of the anti-lesbian-kissing-in-public section of HRS. They sue. They win a pile of money. What negative consequence ensued for any member of HPD? That's right, not one single fucking thing. The cop himself, oh, he "retired". What a coincidence. Did any public body hold a hearing to determine if the now-retired cop should face any consequences of any sort, including rescinding part or all of his pension? We all know the answer: NO! All that happened is some taxpayer money was transferred to some people who had been subjected to some asshole rogue cop bullying women. I wonder if they even bothered to notify all officers via some communication: "Uh, people kissing in public is NOT a crime. Do NOT threaten to arrest them. Do NOT throw them to the ground. Carry on." So, please tell us, what were the consequences
of that lawsuit that any member of HPD had to fear?