Joe Imbriano speaks on Love Fullerton


Love Fullerton is another non profit cash register. DONATE DONATE DONATE all over their site. The group does not serve tens of thousands of under served residents, it mobilizes hundreds of people to clean up government parks, buildings, wash police cars, hand out water bottles, repair schools and playgrounds, and uses parents to do teachers jobs and funnels more money into more non profits while aiding and abetting the social service kidnapping rings and the mismanagement of the cash rich school districts and the out of control union fleecing of city hall’s coffers by the cabal that has run these things into the ground. Oh yeah they will paint an old ladies house and clean out a ditch. Stop embellishing the feel good fraud while Rome burns. This is just a smoke screen to cover for all the disappearing money from the pews, the mismanaged cash rich school districts, city hall and a catharsis for the guilt ridden deniers failure to act on the most pressing issues of our time that have been discussed at length on this site.

WHILE THE CHURCH CONTINUES TO ABANDON ITS RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE POOR, IT DIRECTS ITS EFFORTS TO SERVE THE ENTITIES THAT OUR TAXES ARE STOLEN FROM US TO SUPPORT.

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  1. #1 by Love Fullerton? on February 22, 2016 - 11:14 am

    Love Fullerton?

    Yeah, love Fullerton while the city continues on to its demise.

  2. #2 by Anonymous on February 22, 2016 - 2:49 pm

    Joe, what have YOU done to directly improve the lives of anyone in this city, other than your insane ramblings on websites and city council meetings?

  3. #5 by Anonymous on March 20, 2016 - 12:02 am

    Mayor Fitzgerald stated to City Manager Joe Felz at the March 15, 2016 Fullerton Council meeting to look into using some of the money from the sale of the Hunt Library, which has not yet been put on the city council agenda for the library.
    She wants to sell the Hunt Branch Library and so “generously”, after sticking it to the children and families of south Fullerton, suggests that some of the money go to help the last remaining library open in Fullerton.
    This is one callous and totally unconcerned elected official. She could not possibly function as a valuable very high ranking executive as Vice President of Curt Pringle and Associates and at the same time look after the interests of the good people of Fullerton.
    She also confirmed that she played an instrumental part in the agenda item to stifle dissent and freedom of expression at future council meetings. She even wanted to ban any clapping from the audience. Just another politician who wants to stifle dissent and has the audacity to think she can get away with it.
    Please vote her out of office this November. A bigger hypocrite and phony has never sat on the dais for Fullerton. She ran as a conservative Republican but has an identical voting record with liberal Jan Flory. I have heard many accounts from people who have been subjected to her nasty disposition that she is not pleasant to deal with, especially if you do not agree with her.

  4. #9 by Anonymous on March 20, 2016 - 2:50 pm

    I would be totally against replacing Fitzgerald with City Manager, Joe Felz.

    • #10 by Reality Is..... on March 22, 2016 - 10:39 am

      You won’t have to worry about that. Joe Feliz is retiring next year and you will probably never hear from him again. Oh, except when you read the retirement reports you will see him and Dannyboy on top starting next year. Well deserved of course.

  5. #11 by Fullerton Lover on April 30, 2016 - 9:16 am

    http://loveanaheim.org/endorsements/

    http://lovefullerton.org/endorsements/

    …I think what’s extremely dishonest about this organization, is that they have the city leaders of communities like Anaheim and Fullerton taking advantage of genuinely charitable people, who because of their trusting natures don’t seem to fully comprehend that their time and labor that they are donating is actually substituting for the taxes stolen from them earlier by these same “leaders” bloated salaries and early retirements.

    For example, look at the salaries that these people that are endorsing these events receive, I mean seriously, why does it seem necessary for Fullerton residents to compensate someone almost as much as we pay the President of the United States, to be the Chief of Police for a bedroom community of 100,000 people like Fullerton?

    $371,000 spent on this guy Danny Hughes to be the Chief of Police for Fullerton?

    http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/2014/fullerton/

    …and almost $5,000 per week salary to Anaheim’s Chief of Police…

    http://transparentcalifornia.com/salaries/search/?a=anaheim&q=quezada&y=2014

    • #12 by Reality Is... on April 30, 2016 - 1:49 pm

      So what’s a fair salary and compensation package? You know the bashing Chiefs get for their work on this page. Just curious what you think is fair.

      • #13 by Fullerton Lover on May 1, 2016 - 8:38 am

        Over a $1,000.00 a day for a politically appointed administrator does seems a little excessive to most Fullerton residents.

        The reality is for us is that it doesn’t matter what we think.

        That’s because Dan or “Danny” Hughes is a political appointee that is appointed to the office of Chief of Police, by a City Council majority who was bought and paid with over $100,000 in campaign contributions for by the Fullerton Police Officers Association, to enable all of their officers to receive the bloated compensation and retirement packages that I provided a shining example of in my previous post.

        Most Fullerton residents have no inclination to spend $100,000.00 to counter the candidates that the public safety officers here in Fullerton so freely fund, thus the morass that Fullerton residents find themselves in will remain until the same poor internal auditing control problems that plagued the city of Placentia, are suddenly discovered, and the city finances will implode and Fullerton will then find itself filing for insolvency.

        • #14 by Reality Is..... on May 1, 2016 - 7:02 pm

          Like the 10 year salary and benefits question I keep asking and never receiving, let me ask you this since you said it.

          Prove to me that the Fullerton POA donated $100,000 during the last election to get the current council in place. Go ahead. Since you said it, prove it.

          Don’t be like Barry and Joe and whine and complain about the small raise given to police and fire, and then fail to show what their raises have been the last 10 years. Just show me the $100,000 in donations during the last election year. I’ll be waiting.

          • #15 by Fullerton Lover on May 1, 2016 - 9:33 pm

            Since I’ve never known you to EVER prove anything you say, I’m afraid you’ll have to look it up yourself on the city website.

            I will help you a bit, (feed a man a fish or teach a man to fish sort of thing ) and look under the City Clerks portion of the website.

            If you get lost let me know.

            • #16 by Reality Is..... on May 2, 2016 - 8:57 am

              LOL great answer for something you know isn’t true and you made it up. $100,000 by the Fullerton POA LOL. First of all. Let me educate you on something. Look up campaign PAC donations to local politicians. That will help you with the limits to each candidate to prove your allegation wrong. Like most facts on this site, I can prove them wrong almost instantly. How’s that 10 year salary and benefits chart coming along for police and fire to show the public that the recent raise was out of control and they have been over compensated with raises the last 10 years? Thought so. Standard.

          • #19 by Fullerton Lover on May 2, 2016 - 9:19 am

            Here’s a link to the City Clerk’s website to help get you started…
            http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/Browse.aspx?dbid=1

            …The link will show you numerous $10,000 donations from the Fullerton Police Officers Association to Fullerton City Councilwoman Jan Flory, as well as every other city council candidate that they have decided to “sponsor” over the past few years…

            The other link I’ve provided is to the Fullerton Firefighters political donations to, wait what’s this?

            … the very same list of candidates for Fullerton City Council that the Fullerton Police Officers Association donated their money to!

            http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/Browse.aspx?dbid=1

            Can you say…”collusion”?

            …I didn’t think so which is why

            I’ve included a definition of the word for your benefit…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collusion

          • #20 by Fullerton Lover on May 2, 2016 - 9:37 am

            Let me know when we hit $100, 000.00 in political donations from the public safety unions here in Fullerton to get the city council candidate that will blindly give out the publics money in order to access the big bucks that these unions bring to their campaigns to get them re-elected.

            Fullerton Police…
            http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/482760/Page1.aspx

            Fullerton Fire…
            http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/1/doc/482758/Page1.aspx

            • #21 by Reality Is.... on May 2, 2016 - 7:25 pm

              You lost me. I clicked on all the links. All I was able to find was the standard union reporting sheets for police and fire showing normal expenditures for things like signs, emails blasts, etc.

              I didn’t see anything about $10,000 to any candidates multiple times in the amounts of $100,000 etc.

              So again I ask you to show me. Where in the last election cycle does it show that the Fullerton Police Officers’ Association donated over $100,000 to city council candidates to get them onto the council to buy their votes, as you claim.

              By the way, nice attempt at trying to include police and fire, when you clearly said Police Union only the first time.

              I’ll be waiting.

              • #22 by Fullerton Lover on May 3, 2016 - 6:42 am

                I can’t help it if your blind and or choose to ignore that the signs, email blasts, and other expenditures, are clearly annotated as being for a specific candidate.

                Like it says in the good book, there are none so blind as those who will not see, so don’t expect me or anyone else wasting precious time trying to convince you of something that even if it bit you in the behind I still don’t think you’d see it.

                • #23 by Reality Is... on May 3, 2016 - 7:05 pm

                  Standard tactic on this page. You went from $10,000 campaign donations over $100,000 cash to buying signs and email blasts for candidates. Lol. You guys crack me up. Good job changing what you said to something that fits a different topic or agenda.

                  I know the PAC laws and knew what you said was false. Yes PACs spend money on candidates and as you pointed out many times the candidate doesn’t win.

                  Your answer is the same answer I expect on the 10 year raises in pay and benefits for police and fire. It will show they are well deserving of a raise right now, just like our local teachers. Which is why I will never see the 10 year chart. It doesn’t fit your agenda.

                  Good work son. You did exactly as I expected. Keep it up.

                  Love,

                  DannyBoy

              • #24 by Fullerton Lover on May 3, 2016 - 2:03 pm

                O.K. Here’s a test for you.

                1) If you click on this link I’ve provided, do you see on Item 2 of the first page that the money donated by the FPOA is to support a Fullerton City Council candidate in 2012 named Rick Alvarez?

                2) If you go to the last page of the document that I’ve provided in the link, do you see that the amount of money is over $31,000?

                Bye the bye, the courts ruled in 2010 to radically change the nature of Political Action Committee’s or PAC’s.

                http://docs.cityoffullerton.com/weblink/DocView.aspx?dbid=1&id=482760&page=1&cr=1

                • #25 by Fullerton Lover on May 4, 2016 - 2:26 pm

                  Two simple yes or no questions and you can’t even answer one?

                  Massive fail.

            • #26 by Reality Is.... on May 2, 2016 - 7:28 pm

              and again, I ask for at least the 20th time. You again claim the council “blindly gives out the public’s money” to police and fire.

              So again, I ask you to show me the pay and benefits for the police and fire departments over the last 10 years so that we can educate the public on your claim, as well as Joe and Barry’s claim, that the Fullerton police and fire departments have been getting excessive raises in pay and benefits recently and the recent raise is out of control and not warranted. I just want to see their raises in pay and benefits the last 10 years so I can see for myself what you are claiming.

              I’ll be waiting.

              • #27 by Fullerton Lover on May 3, 2016 - 6:47 am

                Of course your right.

                The city council doesn’t exactly “blindly” give away pay raises and early retirements to public safety.

                I have already illustrated for you how the city council majority is bought and paid for by the police and fire departments unions, and you’ve (let me feign surprise) have chosen to ignore that fact.

                • #28 by Reality Is... on May 3, 2016 - 7:06 pm

                  I ignore Bs. I thrive on facts. Your facts are always minimal.

                  • #29 by Anonymous on May 4, 2016 - 7:12 am

                    You’ve NEVER provided a fact on this blog.

                    Just one post where you’ve provided any facts.

                    I’ll be waiting.

                    • #30 by Reality Is..... on May 4, 2016 - 10:10 pm

                      Forget it. My facts you say are garbage and your facts I say are complete garbage, as I just pointed out and proved to you. We will just agree to disagree, as we have since back on the FFFF blog days. Just keep complaining about things that will guarantee Joe and Barry never run this city in any way possible, and I’ll be fine. Thanks.

                      Love,

                      DannyBoy

                    • #31 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2016 - 12:13 am

                      Jeez don’ get all butt hurt on me I just said I’ve never known you to provide references to the facts you espouse, I’m just asking you to provide us with a URL , or a “link” to the source of the information your referencing.

                      Trust but verify.

                      p.s. this is my definition of “fine”…

                      F=Fucked up
                      I= Insecure
                      N=Neurotic
                      E=Extreme

                    • #32 by Fullerton Lover on May 6, 2016 - 9:29 am

                      I remember the time you were spotted following Joe Imbriano up to the podium during the public comments portion of the city council meeting and presented a couple of your “facts”…

                      (between 52:25 and 55:25)

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXz_AtzmHQ4

                      Quite the barrister eh?

          • #33 by Fullerton Lover on May 7, 2016 - 9:03 am

            …since you are an expert on what the political campaign limitations are, maybe you can explain how immediately before the voters went to the polls, Sharon Quirk Silva’s campaign for the State Assembly office was able to funnel almost $300,000.00 in campaign donations in a little over two weeks?

            What’s up with that?

            You think that all of those groups gave her campaign almost $300,000 because they thought she was pretty?

            https://ocpolitical.com/2012/11/29/john-hrabe-quirk-silva-received-292k-in-18-days-via-democratic-central-committees-from-blue-shield-disney-aeg-aecom-tom-daly-csea-afscme-local-685-udw-cahp-cdf-firefighters-sw-regional-cou/

            • #34 by Reality Is..... on May 7, 2016 - 9:42 am

              You claimed to be the expert when you said that the unions gave over $100,000 cash to the campaign in one election period. I called BS. I was right. You tried to change what you originally said which is common here. Say a lie, then try to rebound and change what you meant. State laws differ from local political laws. $300,000 total for State? Possible. I would have to review your link first to see what it says. I’m sure you are wrong again though as spending money for other candidates solely to make sure one candidate doesn’t get elected is a standard game play. Just like I”m sure the Fullerton Police and Fire will spend max money on some candidates and directly to make sure that Joe doesn’t get elected. I’m sure that game play is already in action as we speak.

              • #35 by Joe Imbriano on May 7, 2016 - 10:45 am

                It sure is. That is why they are polishing up the three empty suit no shows for the fall.

                • #36 by Reality Is... on May 7, 2016 - 2:06 pm

                  Empty suit no shows? Who is that?

              • #37 by Anonymous on May 7, 2016 - 2:10 pm

                It would be a waste of money to combat Joe, as he’s unelectable anyways. All one has to do is point voters to this site and its mountain of bigoted and hateful writing that isn’t even spellchecked, and they can see what a piece of work he is.

                • #38 by Joe Imbriano on May 7, 2016 - 3:40 pm

                  That is the goal-to direct the voters to this site and all are welcome, even people like you who can’t handle the truth. Actually to see what a piece of work I am, may I recommend our You Tube Channel.

                  • #39 by Reality Is..... on May 7, 2016 - 4:11 pm

                    You know there’s never been a political elected that is anti public safety right?

      • #43 by Anonymous on May 2, 2016 - 1:38 pm

        A fair salary for any law enforcement officer who does not obey the law is zero. Until bad officers are routinely dismissed from police agencies across the country.

        When there are not 10,000 applicants for every fireman position that opens up we will then know that we are heading in the right direction.

  6. #44 by Anonymous on April 30, 2016 - 9:46 am

    In a corrupt system people who ask for transparency are called cranks.

    • #45 by Reality Is..... on May 1, 2016 - 7:02 pm

      I think it was called an Oink?

  7. #46 by Anon on May 3, 2016 - 10:17 pm

    Why don’t we worry about something that’s really important that’s seemingly slipping past those “in the know noses”. The neighborhood is being bought up by investors that are then immediately renting the houses out. Our newest rental has had the police at the residence at least 3 times (that I’ve seen) in the last couple of months… Worried about property values and quality of life???? Investigate that one. You want votes Joe do something about that. Make the owners accountable for who they rent these houses out to.

    • #47 by Reality Is..... on May 4, 2016 - 1:06 pm

      That’s actually odd these days to have investors buy a house and rent it. They are buying them in mass right now, fixing them up, and flipping them for more money. Not many buy and rent, too much work and not enough money right away to do that. Abatement is a process that takes awhile for houses or businesses that are a continual problem. But defining and proving that continual problem takes much more than some low life renters making noise or having too many people around daily.

  8. #48 by Anon on May 3, 2016 - 10:43 pm

    Seriously Joe,
    I’ve been watching the houses bought over the past year and the majority get bought and go strait to rental. This is your neighborhood Joe. You want to do something that matters to voters…quit with the wifi, attacking an awesome school, and their students (really bad move btw). Wake up and make a difference that really makes matters to us. Make sure that the city can hold the investors accountable for who they rent to.

    • #49 by To Anon on May 4, 2016 - 9:40 am

      It’s clear you do not care about the children or adolescents in Fullerton schools. If you did you would not pit this argument about rental housing against the lives of the kids.

      Why are you willing to throw all of the kids under the bus and divert to ‘rental housing’????????

      Hate kids?

    • #50 by Joe Imbriano on May 4, 2016 - 9:59 am

      First of all, because Fullerton is not a charter city, it’s illegal to set fines of more than $1,000 for infractions of the municipal code assuming we actually passed one that addressed this.

      Where am I “attacking students”? The school districts are with their technology programs. I am clearly attacking the districts over their reckless microwave deployment. Quality of life also involves children’s quality of life. I refuse to turn my back on the children like you are. If you don’t like your neighbor, call the police. If that doesn’t work, send me your contact information and we can sit down and discuss what you would like to see implemented in Fullerton.

      Considering the current city council could care less about our quality of life, it is vital to get me elected to make the the balance tip in the favor of sane policy, not rampant out of control high rise development in a town awash in liquor.

      https://thefullertoninformer.com/contact-us/

  9. #51 by Anon on May 4, 2016 - 6:37 pm

    Joe
    Attacking was the wrong word. Insulting is probably is more like it but forget it. I started writing my thoughts about the interactions with the kids on facebook and statements your commenters have said here and just figured it would go right over the heads so it’s just not worth trying to point things out and walk people through it.

    • #52 by Joe Imbriano on May 4, 2016 - 7:20 pm

      We actually have tried to retain a very meaningful engagement with the students-I have the Facebook feeds. There were a handful that were really vile.

      • #53 by Anon on May 6, 2016 - 8:20 pm

        The difference is that they are MINORS and are to be protected and understood as such. I would have to guess most of the people responding to them with insults are adults and should know better themselves at their age.

  10. #54 by Reality Is..... on May 5, 2016 - 8:41 am

    🙂

    Fullerton Lover :
    Jeez don’ get all butt hurt on me I just said I’ve never known you to provide references to the facts you espouse, I’m just asking you to provide us with a URL , or a “link” to the source of the information your referencing.
    Trust but verify.
    p.s. this is my definition of “fine”…
    F=Fucked up
    I= Insecure
    N=Neurotic
    E=Extreme

  11. #55 by Reality Is..... on May 5, 2016 - 5:11 pm

    Barry and Joe. I just saw DannyBoy’s flier’s on the upcoming community forums. I dare you to do a non biased post asking for the community members to attend these forums to get information on their current police department and current issues in their city. A non biased post might gain you a vote or two. Lets see if you can do one non biased, non agendized post. I’ll be waiting. Thanks.

    Love,

    DannyBoy

    • #56 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2016 - 8:07 pm

      I know you didn’t invite me, however let me provide you with a recent review in Yelp from a local.

      p.s. I think this sort of feedback that comes from the public’s interaction with the Fullerton police department are a lot more honest than that caca they’re dishing out at one of Danny’s forums…

      p.s.s. It might be worthwhile for someone like the Chief of Police to respond to these Yelp reviews, in much the same way that the hotel managers respond to the negative feedback that they might receive from their guests on Yelp and try to turn it into constructive feedback.

      “My experience is considerably an old one but absolutely necessary to showcase the unethical levels of harassment from the Fullerton Police Dept. so please have a read, you’ll be sure to enjoy it… One night I decided to take a trip down to Target in Ameridge on Malvern and Dale to get a few things for the dinner I was going to prepare that night. To speed up the process, I park my vehicle towards the very back side of the parking lot(to avoid door dings), and as I was walking up to the store doors I suddenly get swarmed by two squad cars with lights flashing and was asked to stop in my tracks literally moments before walking in… One of the officers ask me to stand where I was and to place my arms behind my back and walk backwards to the squad car and to have a seat on the hood. Utterly confused I do as I was instructed but in doing so I asked the officers what the meaning of this was and why I was being questioned… The officers reply by saying that I fit the description of someone who has been breaking into the local homes, mind you it was roughly 6pm in the summer of July(plenty of sun out).

      Keep in mind I was wearing a fitted white tshirt, black running shorts and my Nike Free’s so I was dressed comfy to say the least… The officers proceed to interrogate me by asking me what I was doing in the plaza, I replied simply by saying that I had chicken breast at home and needed olive oil to cook it and asked if I was free to go because I was not being detained… The officers then strongly replied by saying no and that I needed to show them my ID, I replied in utter disgust that I knew my rights and that I did not “need” to show such identification without probable cause or at most a warrant. The officers of course did not like that reply, and strongly urged that I reconsider my statement and actions, assuming that the situation was getting quite heated I decided to pull out my phone to document the events that were taking place by video recording. One of the African American officers stepped up to my face and asked me to put my phone away, I then reply saying no and that this is racial profiling and harassment…

      That same officer then proceeded to sweat in what appeared to be pure frustration and anger… He blatantly told me that I reminded him of his “punk ass” son, and that I needed to be taught a lesson in manners… As I was recording all of this the second Hispanic officer gets in my face as well and urges me so politely to put my phone away and that they were already equipped with cameras and that it was my “last warning…” Thinking back to the murder of Kelly Thomas(Google the sad story), I figured I should play my cards right before I too get assaulted, brutally… Fast forward, after the 45 minute interrogation, they turn and look towards the back lot of the parking lot and ask if that white car “way back there” was mine…

      Keep in mind I was nearly at the front door and my car was roughly 14 car parking spots away, anyhow I reply and tell them yes that car was mine, one of the officers walk back there and get my VIN down, and guess what happens next… I get a front windows tint ticket, at this point I’m thinking to myself WTF… I proceed to argue with the officers saying that’s improper use of their authority and that there’s 10 cars I can see closer to us that all had window tint… Long story short they tell me to just sign it and try fighting it… Fortunately I have a few friends in law enforcement that wrote it off for me and it wasn’t a big deal at the end of the day…

      In the end the officers that represent the city of Fullerton are as corrupt as some the criminals in their holding cells… These guys need a reality check bad…

      Fullerton Police Department – Fullerton, CA, United States

      • #57 by Reality Is... on May 5, 2016 - 10:21 pm

        As you know, you can’t make everyone happy. Ever. If you as the Chief tried to respond to every story told or try to make everyone happy you would go crazy. You can only do your best. Also keep in mind a large percent of negativity is made up by cop haters. Video or audio or it didn’t happen is the motto from both sides these days. It’s proving liars to be liars daily now. Audio video is and always has been the cops best friend. Video was actually the only reason the cops were found not guilty in the Kelly death.

        So yes that Yelp review appears to have some substance or misunderstanding for sure. Did she fit the description? Was her son or whatever involved? Who knows. She has every right to complain and should if she really feels that way but most of the time they don’t for whatever reason.

        So don’t go to the forums. It might educate you as to the current events at the PD instead of the focus on years old events. You might even meet some nice citizens that like and respect our Police department and enjoy what they do.

  12. #58 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2016 - 11:33 pm

    Tell that to Bridget Wiseman.

    She’s the daughter of the Dean Gochenour.

    Dean was the man who was found dead in his cell at the Fullerton jail.

    The officer who was in charge at the time, decided to smash his digitally activated recorder (DAR) rather than turn it over to the OC District Attorneys office.

    ex-fullerton-officer-avoids-prison-for-destroying-jail-suicide-evidence

    p.s. She recently was awarded $500,000.00. with only Doug Chaffee dissenting from the decision.

    • #59 by Reality Is..... on May 6, 2016 - 9:42 am

      Yes I’m well aware of that case. One of the 3-4 cases over the last 10 years that warrant an interesting discussion and debate. Like I’ve said many times, we will never eliminate cases that warrant discussion and interest. Ever. Humans made decisions and humans make mistakes. Until we create the police robot, we will always be able to debate police cases forever. If we can limit those cases to what we have no nationwide, then we are doing a good job with our policing. I always expect there to be a case ever few months for the racist group BLM to pump up with non factual information, i.e. Minneapolis, in attempt to get biased media to focus on it for a day or two. To say that’s not expected, is not being human.

      So yes, I’m sure DannyBoy has discussed those cases many times with many people, that we just don’t know about and it’s none of our business. Many other cases are just pure made up BS and warrant no further discussion. We are in an era, and always have been, where bad people love to lie and make things up daily. There are 100% pure cop haters out there that if they see facts and videos and audios, they claim it’s all made up. So why even engage those people? Tell me that.

      Anyways, see ya at the forums. It’s a great place to see the current status of our police department and officers and not live in the past daily with a few cases that are fun to discuss.

      Love,

      Me.

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