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Former police sergeant's federal lawsuit against city alleges racial discrimination, wrongful termination

Come on Mike, let it go. You are making yourself look like a fool. The race card, really? I guess your promotion and all the other assignments you held during your tenure were because of racism. Some would say you got those assignments because of your skin color. Now to say you experienced racism is just a complete joke. You were offered a demotion and that was an insult to your ego so you sealed your own fate. Knowing how tight you and Sarna were, it's hard to believe you were not more involved. I wish you the best in moving on with your life but you need to this go. The days of law enforcement are behind you.

February 19, 2013 at 4:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Suspended police officers’ names not released

Skinny, get a freakin clue! The "only thing" they did over several years were to go to those officers that they supervise and tell/ask them to dismiss citations and reward them or themselves with a benefit that had cash value. the only difference that makes this a tad bid less severe is there was no money exchanged for the dismissal of the citations as far as we know. I'm sure most of the time these officers used these tickets for their own use but i would think there were instances when they sold the tickets for their financial gain. Furthermore, i would think that the several officers involved comment involves many officers below these two supervisors. Look at the comments by the law professor, its a bribe not matter how you look at it. The U.S. Attorney's office most likley decided to let the PD take appropriate action. The core issue which was brought up in the paper today is the credibility of these offficers is forever tarnished. Once they are identified it basically makes them unable to supervise, testify and be a credible witness in a court of law. These actions are gregarious in nature and all involved need to be identified.

February 18, 2012 at 9:15 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Suspended police officers’ names not released

Skinny, get a freakin clue! The "only thing" they did over several years were to go to those officers that they supervise and tell/ask them to dismiss citations and reward them or themselves with a benefit that had cash value. the only difference that makes this a tad bid less severe is there was no money exchanged for the dismissal of the citations as far as we know. I'm sure most of the time these officers used these tickets for their own use but i would think there were instances when they sold the tickets for their financial gain. Furthermore, i would think that the several officers involved comment involves many officers below these two supervisors. Look at the comments by the law professor, its a bribe not matter how you look at it. The U.S. Attorney's office most likley decided to let the PD take appropriate action. The core issue which was brought up in the paper today is the credibility of these offficers is forever tarnished. Once they are identified it basically makes them unable to supervise, testify and be a credible witness in a court of law. These actions are gregarious in nature and all involved need to be identified.

February 18, 2012 at 9:15 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Two Lawrence police officers suspended for role in fixing traffic tickets in exchange for KU basketball tickets

Doesn't matter if they are local boys or not. They knew it was wrong and did anyway. It's a big deal because it's unethical and we as citizens expect and deserve more from those who wear blue. There is no other option than to fire the both of them. The one that knew about it and went along with the scheme is no better. Their credibility is forever tarnished.

February 17, 2012 at 8:28 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Two Lawrence police officers suspended for role in fixing traffic tickets in exchange for KU basketball tickets

Both of them should be fired immediately. Why are they still employed? Unethical and behavior unbecoming on an officer. Held to a much higher standard. They must go. The FBI was involved for goodness sake.

February 16, 2012 at 4:28 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

City to appeal judge's ruling that part of sidewalk ordinance unconstitutional

The problem is not the ordinance. McGrath needs to be removed and retire as in never sit on the bench.

February 13, 2012 at 1:06 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Agg beating: Jayhawks suffer worst blowout of season in 61-7 loss to Texas A&M

Like your thinking. Solich has turned Ohio around.

November 20, 2011 at 10:48 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

City mulls policy that would crack down on landlords

Oneeye, it's mental illness awareness week. Maybe you can go to the city commission meeting and be the real life example of what happens to old tired men who have nothing better to do than than show their sanity is depleting ever so quickly. You are the true meaning of an idiot.

October 3, 2011 at 10 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

City reaches tentative agreement with police and fire unions; pact provides raises through 2015

I call bs on the little troll's statements about retaining high quality employees. They always have and always will have high turnover. He's happy, duh. They are winning. Got everything they wanted. Unbelievable!!

August 10, 2011 at 8:36 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

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