Why try to expand and warp my appreciation for doing the correct thing into an anti-police/anti-Drenth prevarication?
No where in any of my posts about Sean Drenth have I ever complained about the costs of his suspicious death investigation or the awarding to his family their survivor benefits.
I know one of the homicide investigators in this case and some of the Central City/500 officers also involved. What has been disclosed publicly and to me shows that neither suicide nor homicide can be currently proved in a scientific way. This is a highly unusual case and when in doubt, the benefits should be awarded to the survivors.
Phoenix governance cares very little for public opinion, beyond special interest groups/interests that are/were headed by Oscar Tillman, Mary Rose Wilcox, Tom Simplot, etc. The trolley was never wanted except by those who envision an eastern urban model.
The logic in my statement is linear.
Imported from the future in 1984. Returned to the past in 2007
Dear God, this is one of the dumbest ideas I've ever heard. It's got to rank right up there with CALEA. -Pepper45