June 07, 2012
The City Of Seattle Is Now Saying That The DOJ Report On The Seattle Police Is Not Trustworthy
Here's the lead paragraph of the
City attorneys have filed court documents in a federal civil-rights case attacking the
"reliability and trustworthiness" of the U.S. Department of Justice report that found Seattle
police officers routinely use excessive force, even as city and federal lawyers attempt to
negotiate a plan to fix the department.
You may recall that I expressed some doubts about the report
and that I shared some doubts from an expert in
It would be interesting, and perhaps even instructive, to see a good study of the DOJ
report, done by a not-too-biased expert.
Posted by Jim Miller at June 07, 2012
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Are you thick??? The report is completely bogus and a clear shakedown $$$.
The question is- why the hell is liberal Seattle getting the shakedown from Holder? Is suspect Holder is counting on Mayor McSchwinn to subvert some money into the Obama campaign which will magically make it go away.
Similar to the NLRB and Boeing, all Seattle really needs to do is stall and not stuff the ballot box for Obama and this goes away OR just pay the campaign bribe the Chicago way and it will go away.
Well, Honesty is in the eye of the Holder.
What? No honor among thieves... or democrats?
I wouldn't trust anything that came from Holder. He's a proven thug, running Fast and Furious and even trying to prevent Florida from cleaning up their voter rolls of non-citizens, amazingly. Thankfully, Florida's response is "go pound sand, Holder!"
I suggest the City of Seattle do the same. I think the police have enough on their hands just trying to do jobs without Holder trying to muck up the works.
I suggest the city of Seattle reconsider their vote for Obama this year. If Obama goes, Holder goes. That would solve a lot.
4. I don't know. I have zero use for Holder, and neither trust nor believe any operation of which he's a part. On the other hand, the Seattle cops far too often offend, and far too often just interact really badly. As an old New Yorker, I have to say that they "got an attitude" - and it's a crappy one. And they aren't doing a really swell job, either. It's not like they're a reassuring presence on 1st Avenue after dark.