This is what dignity, honor, respect and humility look like. Outstanding.

AMAZING VIDEO! Vietnam War Veteran Cries on President Trump’s Shoulder During Vietnam Speech

The liberal mainstream media hid this beautiful moment from the American people.
It does not fit their narrative.

President Donald J. Trump is on a 14 day East Asia trip that started in Japan and will end in the Philippines next week.
President Trump attended the APEC Summit in Danang, Vietnam on Friday and Saturday.

On Saturday President Trump delivered a speech in Da Nang, Vietnam on Veterans Day.

Behind him stood several US veterans from the Vietnam War.

President Trump delivered another outstanding speech in honor of the US veterans:.

I’m very honored to be representing our country, and I will say that, when you speak of honors, one of my great honors is to present the people standing right behind me — great, great warriors and veterans of the Vietnam War.

Our veterans are a national treasure, and I thank them all for their service, sacrifice, and patriotism.

To each of you with me today, you are the heroes who fulfill your duty to our nation. And each of you, under the most difficult conditions, did what you had to do, and you did it well.

My administration, as you all know, is committed to rebuilding our military and honoring the hard work and sacrifices of all veterans. We’re extremely proud of what we’ve done with the Veterans Administration. Dr. Shulkin has done an amazing job with choice and accountability and so many other things that we are doing and in the process of doing. The Veterans Administration is a whole different place.

Our accountability efforts in Vietnam are very, very important to all of us. We will not rest until all of the 1,253 missing veterans are returned home. I want to thank the government of Vietnam for their assistance in our efforts.

Today, I’m signing a proclamation to honor the veterans of the Vietnam War.

During his speech President Trump asked the veterans if they had anything to say. They took turns speaking and thanking the president for the work he is doing.

This was a wonderful tribute to our veterans on Veterans Day weekend.
What an outstanding leader.

This was an amazing American moment.

This story gets more interesting every day.

Gov. Investigating ‘Do You Know How Many Guys I Had To Blow’ State Police Cover-Up

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Gov. Charlie Baker is reportedly furious over the current State Police corruption scandal and has launched an investigation.

Boston, MA – Two troopers are now suing the Massachusetts State Police over senior command staff’s attempted cover-up of a judge’s daughter offering sexual favors to the troopers in exchange for leniency.

Governor Charlie Baker is reportedly furious over the incident, and has asked Attorney General Maura Healy to launch an investigation.

Gov. Baker insisted that public safety Chief Dan Bennett was not involved. However, the agency’s response to the story when it broke was to claim that the corrupt actions were somehow normal and ethical.

There’s no mistake that the actions by members of the senior command staff were abnormal, unethical, and possibly illegal.

Turtleboy Sports now reports that Colonel Richard McKeon is set to submit his resignation over the corruption scandal.

Turtleboy also broke the initial story days before any mainstream news outlet even bothered paying attention to what was going on, possibly because the mainstream news refused to acknowledge that the foul-mouthed blog actually beat them to a major news story.

The initial arrest which prompted the scandal occurred on Oct. 16 at around 7:40 p.m., after Trooper Ryan Sceviour arrived at a collision scene.

The trooper determined that he had probable cause to arrest Alli Bibaud for driving under the influence of drugs, and being in possession of heroin.

When she was arrested, Bibaud said, “Do you know how many people I had to blow to get that?” according to Turtleboy.

She also told Trooper Sceviour that she’d perform sex acts on him as well in exchange for leniency, according to Boston Globe.

Drug Recognition Expert Trooper Ali Rei conducted an evaluation, according to Turtleboy, and submitted a report with the quote about how Bibaud acquired her drugs.

The reason that the quote was included is obvious to anybody with any law enforcement training: it’s evidence.

Vulgar statements are evidence of impairment, and her statement also acknowledges ownership of the heroin, and heads off the infamous “these aren’t my pants” excuse.

The offer of sex acts in exchange for leniency is also a potential crime itself.

A day after Trooper Scevior’s report was filed, a trooper came to his house to summon him back to the barracks while Lieutenant James Fogarty left two voicemails on his phone telling him to immediately respond to the barracks on orders of Colonel Richard McKeon.

When he arrived with Sergeant Jason Conant, who initially approved the report, Lieutenant Fogarty told them that he had been ordered to write a negative supervisory observation report on them. But Lieutenant Fogarty told them that he didn’t think that they had done anything wrong.

They didn’t change their reports so the command staff did it for them.

They then met with Major Susan Anderson who told them the she also didn’t think that they had done anything wrong, but it was ordered by the Colonel.

After the incident, the department defended what happened as if it were normal business, making them at least complicit in the incident.

Massachusetts State Police Spokesman Dave Procopio defended the alteration of the report.

“It is not uncommon for report narratives to be revised. Usually it is handled at the level of a trooper’s immediate supervisor, i.e. usually a sergeant or a lieutenant. The trooper’s supervisor did not do so with this one so when it came to the attention of the colonel and senior command staff they did so themselves,” Procopio said in a statement.

Procopio’s statement continued, “In the report in question, the revision consisted only of removal of a sensationalistic and inflammatory directly-quoted statement by the defendant, which made no contribution to proving the elements of the crimes with which she was charged. Inclusion of an unnecessary sensationalistic statement does not meet the report-writing standards required by the department.”

This statement claims that the quote should never have been included, because it didn’t contribute to proving elements of the crimes. However, the quote not only contributes to proving impairment, but it wards off a possible defense.

When Blue Lives Matter asked Procopio to explain why a quote, which is, in fact, evidence, was removed from the report, he said that the quote was not necessary because enough evidence existed without it.

Indeed, the quote will likely have no impact on the prosecution. But excluding evidence is not how police reports are written.

It’s also exceptionally abnormal for senior command staff to alter a report.

While the alteration should have little impact on the prosecution, that leaves us to ask why senior command staff would take the extraordinary step to remove a criminal suspect’s embarrassing statement from a report, and then try to defend the situation.

Procopio said that the troopers didn’t actually face any discipline, they just had a note added in their files noting that the quote was changed.

A negative supervisor review may not directly fit under “discipline” but is the basis for the troopers to be disciplined or denied promotions in the future.

But the cover-up isn’t just within the Massachusetts State Police.

After it became apparent that the police department’s attempted cover-up failed, Worcester County assistant district attorney’s top lieutenant, Jeff Travers, made an oral motion to redact the parts of the report that Colonel McKean ordered to be changed, according to Boston Globe.

Bibaud’s father, Judge Tim Bibaud, denies having anything to do with the cover-up.

“I absolutely, vehemently deny making any contact with anybody,” he told Worcester Magazine.

But somebody with influence within the prosecutor’s office and state police ordered the changes to be made.

Alli Bibaud is being charged with operating under the influence of drugs, operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and two other motor vehicle offenses, according to Procopio.

Trooper Rei and Trooper Sceviour are now suing the department, which should give them access to records that may reveal how Colonel McKeon became involved..

The arrogance of politicians astounds me.

By Craig Bannister | May 17, 2017 | 10:08 AM EDT

Rep. Val Demings (D.-Fla.) told a man commenting on her gun control advocacy that he was wasting his time – because her right to free speech “is different” from his.

The Daily Wire reports that, when Stephen Mercer reminded Demings on Facebook that she had been censured for carelessness with her firearm back in 2009, she invoked her special right:

“When a commenter asked Demings if they ever found her stolen handgun and suggested that she be more responsible with her own firearms before talking about gun control for others, Demings offered a peculiar reply:”

The Daily Wire contacted Rep. Demings’ communications director, Caroline Rowland, for clarification of Demings’ claim. But, Rowland said the Democrat “will have no comment on that.”

See full article on The Daily Wire.

There is an old saying in police work. “If its not in the report, it didn’t happen”. The administrators should be disciplined, not the trooper.

Mass. state trooper claims he was forced to change DUI arrest record for judge’s daughter

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Massachusetts state tropper Ryan Sceviour, 29, claims he was forced to change the DUI arrest report of a local judge’s daughter.  (Boston 25)

A Massachusetts state trooper is claiming that he was forced to alter an arrest record for a local judge’s daughter after she was stopped for driving under the influence.

Trooper Ryan Sceviour, 29, was reprimanded last month for allegedly including comments about oral sex in the Oct. 16 arrest report of Allie Bibaud, the daughter of Dudley District Court Judge Timothy Bibaud.

According to Boston 25, Sceviour arrested the younger Bibaud after she allegedly swerved into a police construction detail on I-190 in Worcester.

During her arrest, Bibaud allegedly said: “My dad’s a [expletive] judge. He’s going to kill me,” along with comments seemingly implying she would trade sexual favors for leniency.

Sceviour wrote everything she said in his report. He claims he was simply doing his job.

But Bibaud’s father allegedly asked friends in positions of authority to have the comment removed from the arrest report, Boston 25 reported.

Sceviour claims his superiors, including State Police Major Susan Anderson, forced him to redact the arrest warrant three days later and threatened to fire him if he refused.

“You are to immediately code 7 to the barracks, per the colonel. It’s an order from the colonel. It’s got something to do with an arrest report, umm, a judge’s daughter,” said a voicemail recording left on Sceviour’s phone.

After Sceviour edited the report, he was reprimanded for including her salty language.

“The revision consisted only of removal of a sensationalistic and inflammatory directly quoted statement by the defendant, which made no contribution to proving the elements of the crimes with which she was charged. Inclusion of an unnecessary sensationalistic statement does not meet the report-writing standards required by the department,” a police statement said at the time.

Sceviour told Boston 25 he has not been able to sleep since he was forced to alter the police report. He wants an apology and to clear his name.

“They have impaired his reputation. People hear his name, ‘isn’t that guy who faked the report. Isn’t that the guy who covered up for the judge?’” Sceviour’s attorney Lenny Kesten told the news station. “He said, ’I don’t want to. This is wrong.’ He said, ‘this is morally wrong.’ [Anderson] said it’s a direct order from the colonel.”

In a statement, the state police stood behind its decision to revise the arrest report.

“The removal of the inflammatory and unnecessary quotation did not change the substance of the trooper’s narrative, did not remove any elements of probable cause from the report, and, most importantly, had no impact on the charges against the defendant,” the statement read. “The defendant remains charged – as she was initially charged — with operating under the influence of drugs, operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and two other motor vehicle offenses, and she will be held accountable for those crimes based on the evidence collected by State Police.”

A sad story of an American hero. If you can help, there is an address at the end of the article linked below.

Insurance Sending Cpl. Nick Tullier Home, Except He’s Now Homeless

Doctors are finally ready to send Corporal Nick Tullier home, 16 months after he was shot three times in the line of duty, but he doesn’t have a home to go to anymore.

Galveston, TX – Corporal Nick Tullier, of the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, may never walk again, or talk again, or live a normal life, after he was shot three times in the line of duty by cop killer Gavin Long.

But amazingly, after 16 months of fighting an uphill battle for his life every single day, doctors feel that the wounded hero can finally go home.

There’s only one problem: Cpl. Tullier is homeless.

Cpl. Tullier was shot three times on July 17, 2016, rushing into an ambush that had already killed three police officers in East Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The pre-meditated attack occurred 10 days after five police officers were murdered in Dallas.

Three weeks after Cpl. Tullier was shot, a historic flood swept through Louisiana, destroying 49,000, or 86.6 percent, of the homes in Livingston Parish, where Nick and his family lived, according to statistics posted by WAFB.

“We were oblivious,” Nick’s father James Tullier explained, in an interview with Blue Lives Matter.

James Tullier and the rest of Nick’s family were in their own world, keeping vigil at their Nick’s bedside in the intensive care unit. When they finally came up for air, their world had collapsed yet again.

I’m not sure if who is the bigger disgrace…Bergdahl, Obama, or the judge that let him walk.

Bergdahl dishonorably discharged, no jail time after emotional trial

President Trump tweeted Friday the sentence handed down to Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl — a dishonorable discharge, but no prison time for leaving his post in June 2009 — was a “complete and total disgrace.”

More than eight years after Bergdahl walked off his base in Afghanistan — and unwittingly into the clutches of the Taliban — Bergdahl walked out of a North Carolina courtroom a free man Friday. Bergdahl, who pleaded guilty to endangering his comrades, was fined, reduced in rank to E1 and dishonorably discharged — but he received no prison time.

Trump, aboard Air Force One en route to meetings in Asia, tweeted his disapproval of the sentence.

U.S. President Barack Obama (R) watches as Jami Bergdahl (L) and Bob Bergdahl talk about the release of their son, prisoner of war U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, during a statement in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington May 31, 2014. Obama, flanked by the parents of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, a U.S. soldier who is being released after being held for nearly five years by the Taliban, said in the White House Rose Garden on Saturday that the United States has an "ironclad commitment" to bring home its prisoners of war. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) - GM1EA610J6201

Bowe Bergdahl’s parents stand in the Rose Garden with President Obama when Bergdahl’s release was announced.  (AP)

As part of the sentence, Bergdahl will forfeit his pay of $1000 per month for ten months.

Bergdahl was shaking and appeared emotional as the verdict was quickly read.

Prosecutors had requested a 14-year prison term following a week of emotional testimony from the survivors who were wounded during missions to find Bergdahl after he left the base in June 2009. Bergdahl’s defense team has asked for no prison time.

Bergdahl faced up to life in prison for desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. Wearing a blue dress uniform, Bergdahl appeared tense during the short morning session. He clenched his jaw as if grinding his teeth, then grimaced and looked at the floor when he walked out of the courtroom.

Dec. 8, 2010: This file image provided by IntelCenter shows a framegrab from a video released by the Taliban containing footage of a man believed to be Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, left.

Bowe Bergdahl, left, was held by militants for five years.  (AP)

In closing arguments, defense attorneys argued that Bergdahl already had suffered enough confinement during five years of brutal captivity by Taliban allies. They asked the judge for a dishonorable discharge and no prison time. Their argument for leniency also cited harsh campaign-trail criticism by Donald Trump and Bergdahl’s mental disorders.

Capt. Nina Banks, a defense attorney, said it wouldn’t be justice to rescue Bergdahl from the Taliban “only to place him in a cell” now.

“Sgt. Bergdahl has been punished enough,” Banks added. “Sgt. Bergdahl paid a bitter price for the choices that he made.”

During the multiday sentencing hearing, Bergdahl himself testified that he was sorry for the wounds suffered by searchers. He also described brutal beatings by his captors, illness brought on by squalid conditions and maddening periods of isolation, most of it in a cramped cage.

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Master Sergeant Mark Allen suffered a head injury in July 2009 while looking for Bergdahl. The injury left him unable to speak or walk.

A psychiatrist testified that Bergdahl’s decision to leave his post was influenced by a schizophrenia-like condition called schizotypal personality disorder that made it hard to understand consequences of his actions, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder brought on partly by a difficult childhood.

Prosecutors asked for a sentence of 14 years in prison, citing serious wounds to service members who looked for Bergdahl.

“Sgt. Bergdahl does not have a monopoly on suffering as a result of his choices,” said Maj. Justin Oshana, a prosecutor. Contrasting Bergdahl to the wounded searchers, he added, “The difference is, all the suffering stems from his choice.”

Oshana also cited Bergdahl’s own words to argue against the idea that his thinking was clouded. On a courtroom monitor he displayed quotes from an initial investigation after Bergdahl returned to the U.S. Bergdahl, who has said he walked off to draw attention to problems with his unit, described to an investigating officer how he envisioned the missing-soldier alert unfolding.

Bergdahl had said that the call goes “all the way up to Army command, it goes to Air Force, it goes to Marines. … It goes to every high point and everybody finds out about it.”

Bergdahl pleaded guilty Oct. 16. The judge has wide discretion on sentencing because he didn’t strike a deal with prosecutors to limit his punishment. A bad conduct or dishonorable discharge would deprive Bergdahl of most or all his veterans’ benefits.

The 31-year-old soldier from Hailey, Idaho, was brought home by President Barack Obama in 2014 in a swap for five Taliban prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. Obama said at the time that the U.S. does not leave its service members on the battlefield.

Republicans roundly criticized Obama, and Trump went further while campaigning for president, repeatedly calling Bergdahl a traitor who deserved death.

Fox News’ Terace Garnier and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

More of whats to come… it will only get worse.

Minnesota: Left-Fascists Who Violently Assaulted Anti-Sharia Marchers Get Light Sentences

“The brawling began, records indicate, when a counterdemonstrator identified as Drew Albert Cleland, 31, of Big Lake, took a flying leap and delivered a kick to an anti-Sharia protester’s chest….Cleland initially pleaded not guilty to three misdemeanor counts of fifth-degree assault, obstructing the legal process and disorderly conduct. On Oct. 10, he pleaded guilty to one charge—obstructing the legal process. The others were dismissed. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Ramsey County jail, with 28 days stayed for a year. He was assessed $136 in court fees.”

If an anti-Sharia demonstrator had randomly kicked Drew Albert Cleland, do you think he would have gotten 30 days in jail with 28 stayed, and $136 in court fees?

I don’t either.

In fact, if an anti-Sharia demonstrator had kicked one of the Left-fascists, it would have made national news and he would be facing years in prison, to serve as a warning to other “right-wing extremists.”

Note that this report characterizes ACT, not those who attacked the ACT marchers, as “extremist.”

When these Left-fascist thugs get the Sharia society they want, they might discover that they don’t like it very much.

But by then it will be far too late.

“Four of six sentenced after anti-Sharia protest brawling,” by Kevin Featherly, Minnesota Lawyer, October 25, 2017 (thanks to Creeping Sharia):

Sentences were handed down this month against four of six protesters who fought with police and other demonstrators during a June 10 clash at the Capitol. Two others await pretrial hearings scheduled in the coming weeks.

The fighting stemmed from the “March Against Sharia,” one of more than two dozen similar U.S. protests against Islamic law held that day. It was organized by ACT for America, a group founded in 2007 that reputedly is among the nation’s largest anti-Muslim groups. It is classified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as extremist.

Its demonstration began inside the Capitol, drawing only about 20 to 30 participants, according to court documents. Outside the Capitol at the same time, a larger counterdemonstration was under way with an estimated 150 to 200 participants, according to police.

Court records indicate that anti-Sharia protesters exited the Capitol through its west-side doors against the advice of state troopers on the scene. They began a march along Martin Luther King Blvd., moving south from Aurora Ave. That attracted the attention of the larger protest group, officials indicated.

Near the main entrance of the Capitol, state troopers tried to separate the groups, according to court records. But some members of the larger, counterprotest rally ran around the cordon and began clashing with anti-Sharia demonstrators.

The brawling began, records indicate, when a counterdemonstrator identified as Drew Albert Cleland, 31, of Big Lake, took a flying leap and delivered a kick to an anti-Sharia protester’s chest. Cleland ran away, according to his criminal complaint, but returned within five minutes. Despite resisting, he was eventually arrested.

Cleland initially pleaded not guilty to three misdemeanor counts of fifth degree assault, obstructing the legal process and disorderly conduct. On Oct. 10, he pleaded guilty to one charge—obstructing the legal process. The others were dismissed. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Ramsey County jail, with 28 days stayed for a year. He was assessed $136 in court fees.

Others charged in the melee included:

  • Maxwell Hunter Lindusky, 18, of St. Louis Park. He was charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly jabbed a 4- to 5-foot pole into the stomach and chest of a state trooper outside the Capitol. The complaint does not indicate which protest group he was part of. He pleaded guilty on Oct. 10 and was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail, with 28 days stayed for a year. He was assessed $136 in fees.
  • Ian Matthew MacDonnell, 28, of Minneapolis. He was charged with disorderly conduct after video showed him squaring up to fight another protester. He charged at least one protester and threw a punch at another, but it was not clear from court records which group he was part of. He pleaded guilty on Oct. 6 and was sentenced to 30 days in county jail, with 27 days stayed for one year. He was assessed $136 in fees.
  • Caleb Emerson Murphey, 36, of Minneapolis. He faced misdemeanor counts of fifth-degree assault and disorderly conduct and was identified as a counterprotester. Murphey was seen bumping chests with an anti-Sharia rally-goer and refusing to let the other person pass. “It appeared he was trying to start a fight,” his criminal complaint says. He pleaded guilty to the second count on Nov. 10 and the assault charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 30 days in county jail—28 days stayed for a year—and assessed $136 in fees.
  • Nicholas Michael Sullivan Kelley, 18, of Nerstrand. He was charged with obstructing the legal process after allegedly attempting to pull a detained protester from troopers’ grasp. He has entered a not guilty plea to the misdemeanor charge and has a pretrial hearing scheduled for Nov. 2 before Ramsey County District Court Judge Timothy T. Mulrooney.
  • John Allen Meyer, 19, of St. Cloud. He faces a misdemeanor charge of obstructing the legal process after allegedly interfering with another protester’s arrest. He has pleaded not guilty. His pretrial hearing is scheduled for Oct. 30 before Ramsey County District Court Judge Sara Grewing.

Initial media reports indicated that a seventh person, Robert Daniel Horacek, 38, of Zimmerman, also was arrested. However, neither court records nor the city attorney’s office indicate that a person by that name was charged.

Imagine. A little corruption to cover up a crime. Wait…I remember a county attorney that was in an accident and it was covered up too…right in Cloquet.

Trooper Arrests Judge’s Daughter Then Command Staff Alters Report To Remove Evidence

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After a judge’s daughter was arrested for crashing her vehicle while impaired and in possession of heroin, senior command staff altered the report.

Worcester, MA – After a trooper arrested a judge’s daughter for crashing her car while allegedly high on drugs, and in possession of heroin, it was discovered that evidence, in the form of a quote, was removed from the police report by senior command staff.

Turtleboy Sports broke the story, which details some of the allegations about the behavior of the command staff.

The arrest occurred on October 16 at around 7:40 pm, after Trooper Ryan Sceviour arrived at a collision scene.

The Trooper determined that he had probable cause to arrest Alli Bibaud for driving under the influence of drugs, and being in possession of heroin.

When she was arrested, Bibaud said, “Do you know how many people I had to blow to get that?” according to Turtleboy.

Drug Recognition Expert Trooper Ally Rei conducted an evaluation, according to Turtleboy, and submitted a report with the quote about how Bibaud acquired her drugs.

The reason that the quote was included is obvious to anybody with any law enforcement training: it’s evidence.

Vulgar statements are evidence of impairment, and her statement also acknowledges ownership of the heroin, and heads off the infamous “these aren’t my pants” excuse.

Turtleboy cites anonymous sources in making allegations involving Bibaud’s father, Judge Tim Bibaud, as well as District Attorney Joe Early, saying that they were involved in the quote being removed from the report.

Blue Lives Matter has only been able to confirm that the quote was removed by senior command staff, according to Massachusetts State Police spokesman Dave Procopio.

“It is not uncommon for report narratives to be revised. Usually it is handled at the level of a trooper’s immediate supervisor, i.e. usually a sergeant or a lieutenant. The trooper’s supervisor did not do so with this one so when it came to the attention of the colonel and senior command staff they did so themselves,” Procopio said in a statement.

Procopio’s statement continued, “In the report in question, the revision consisted only of removal of a sensationalistic and inflammatory directly-quoted statement by the defendant, which made no contribution to proving the elements of the crimes with which she was charged. Inclusion of an unnecessary sensationalistic statement does not meet the report-writing standards required by the department.”

This statement claims that the quote should never have been included, because it didn’t contribute to proving elements of the crimes. However, the quote not only contributes to proving impairment, but it wards off a possible defense.

When Blue Lives Matter asked Procopio to explain why a quote, which is, in fact, evidence, was removed from the report, he said that the quote was not necessary because enough evidence existed without it.

Indeed, the quote will likely have no impact on the prosecution. But excluding evidence is not how police reports are written.

It’s also exceptionally abnormal for senior command staff to alter a report.

While the alteration should have little impact on the prosecution, that leaves us to ask why senior command staff would take the extraordinary step to remove a criminal suspect’s embarrassing statement from a report.

Both Turtleboy and FOX 25 reported that two troopers were actually disciplined for including the quote in their report.

Procopio said that the troopers didn’t actually face any discipline, they just had a note added in their files noting that the quote was changed.

While that sounds suspiciously like a form of discipline, the union refused to respond to our request to confirm if the troopers actually faced any discipline.

Alli Bibaud is being charged with operating under the influence of drugs, operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and two other motor vehicle offenses, according to Procopio.

Do you think that the alteration of the report was an ethical issue? Do you think that the agency’s leadership is complicit, if not involved directly? We’d like to hear from you. Please let us know your thought in the comments.

Where’s flat bottle Tom ?

He’s sure not been in the news, I know how much he likes seeing his name in print and have to wonder.

 

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How would you like to be targeted for persecution from a political machine?

Rep. Vern Buchanan, a Florida Republican and chairman of the oversight subcommittee responsible for the IRS, on Monday called for the Trump Justice Department to revisit prosecuting Lerner, who was at the center of the scandal.

“Lerner betrayed the nation’s trust yet managed to avoid prosecution,”