Interesting, maybe he isn’t one that should be destined for the count. There was obviously a reason for his resignation.
It took a hearing and he was possibly going to retain his job after being convicted of felony assault? Well at least he was convicted though I do find the following interesting:
Not to mention:
The anointed are special compared to you and I and it’s best to be remembered. I didn’t see anything about his law enforcement certificate being revoked so it is possible he can seek employment at a different department.
What boggles my mind is that he received no punishment and that he wasn’t fired immediately upon his conviction. Instead they continued to pay him while he actually didn’t perform any duty to earn his pay check.
In this case, there may be a conviction but the system still stinks to high heaven.
State Sponsored Criminal #387: Edward Krawetz
Because when someone is handcuffed and sitting on the curb it is acceptable to kick them in the head. Never mind that honestly that can be considered lethal force as it was to the head and not the body or limbs.
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