Nothing to see here folks, move along, move along, keep going, don't look at us, we're only here to protect you, move along.
Just one more mess to sweep under the proverbial rug (even though its getting pretty big with all the dirt). Don't worry folks, Officer Anderson is a fine upstanding officer, whom we hold in the highest of regards, he'll be back on the streets before you know it. Don't worry though, you can't break the law if you are the law, AND DON'T WE KNOW IT!!!!!
Having the police, police themselves, is tantamount to giving the bank robber the keys to the bank and the combination to the vault, then say, “Please don’t take any money”. Mitch Young is a disgrace. So is Bullock, who apparently coordinated this cover-up to keep his hands clean of the filth of Lake County. Muir is worried that POST would start to look into his own activities, and those of his officers.
Hear ye all!!!! Come to Lake County Montana! Commit felony crimes and work in law enforcement! The state of Montana has set an even lower standard, if that was even possible..........
Looks like he's gonna go work in North Dakota, earn some big bucks for Halliburton. Guess all those years of him rough neckin out in west Texas will come in handy. Oops, he didn't do that either...............
Hasta la vista, Marine-none!
Why on earth would Missoula Chief Muir not want the POST Council to have full authority to investigate officers independently? Simple, its obvious that Chief Muir must have a few skeletons in the closet that need to stay buried. Could it have anything to do with the fact that Detective Mark Blood perjured himself in district court on the Gonzales trial last year? Don't expect the Missoula County Attorney to pursue perjury charges against him either, just more good 'ole boys. The filth from Lake County is spreading south..........
Honest cops who have done nothing wrong have nothing to fear from an independent professional standards licensing council. Its time Montana wakes up and puts in some checks and balances in our system of government.
To Rachel Rae – An officers job is not in the realm of right and wrong, its in what is legal and illegal. The realm of right and wrong is for judges and juries. If you were arrested 3 times on private property for DUI, then you had to drive your car there to get there. I’m glad that you have come to terms with your issues of DUI and are dealing with them in a positive light. I can say with experience, that the court system, especially in Lake County, is not fair. For you to be sentenced to 17 yrs for an addiction vs 5 years for a violent crime is not appropriate either.
As stated in a previous post, this is only the tip of the iceberg. Its people like you, calling their congressmen, the attorney general, posting comments, and keeping this subject alive, will ultimately cause change. Change is needed and has been needed for some time. There are officers out there with ethics, that will not sell out their souls for the likes of these criminals. It’s so sad to see that some folks out there are willing to accept unethical behavior of an officer, just because he is still out doing the job. That on that basis alone, we should support them absolutely. We should demand more of our civil servants. The facts here are indisputable; these officers have yet to be held accountable for their actions. With help from people like you, keeping this subject on the front burner, positive change will occur. Thanks for your support.
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