Recently in the Journal (read it here) article, it was reported that two APD officers allegedly kicked a bad guy on the head. Our Eyes tell us this wanted felon has a history of abuse and being a racist bigot with alleged ties to the Aryan Nations Brotherhood (white supremacist and neo-Nazi). We wanted to review this story and ask a few questions like, if this occurred on February 13, 2011, why is it barely released now? Now, meaning that Schultz is in the water wearing a custom pair of concrete boots with crocodiles up to his derriere. The Eye may have an answer.
To answer the question we must look at the circumstances and the situation, at the time that this occurred. Schultz was caught up taking care of White and his fiascos. Also, the Tera Chavez family lawsuit was settled for $230,000.00 dollars. Tera Chavez was allegedly murdered by former APD Officer, Levi Chavez. Tera had warned family and friend if she was found dead; it would be her husband Levi Chavez who killed her. The reason, because she refused to participate in Levi Chavez’s alleged scheme to stage the theft of his ford truck. Tera claimed that Levi Chavez was assisted by his “APD buddies” in the alleged theft. Levi Chavez was a lateral entry into APD.
Schultz was referred to as “Santa Schultz” because of all of the money he kept giving away from the City’s funds. Anybody remember the television show, "The Six Million Dollar Man?" Well, let put it this way; Schultz could tears in the Six Million Dollar Man's eyes with all the money he has spent of your tax dollars.
If this case is as bad as it is made out to be; shouldn’t it have been released back in February? Our Eyes behind the badge tell us that the officers; entire chain of command reviewed the video and found that the strikes were within APD’s policy and training, given the situation and the circumstances. The Eye understands that the video was also reviewed by the academy/training staff who all concurred with the officers’ chain of command.
Is waiting five months a convenient time to release an incident appropriate? The officers’ do not deny anything and documented it in the police report. It does not appear like there is anything here, the officers could have shot this offender and moved APD’s total to twenty shootings.
This brings us to what is really happening here. Schultz is constantly looking for distractions; this case only serves to shield Schultz from being a target of the public. Once again, and the readers may be tired of hearing this, but it is a fact; Schultz is ready to push these two officers under the bus to save his own hide. Schultz was convicted in federal court of retaliation/civil rights violations. These are real federal offenses; yet Schultz received nothing for his malice acts. The disparity in treatment in APD with Schultz is horrible!
It is obnoxious knowing the truth and listening to Berry constantly praising Schultz. Of course Berry praised the last looser he had on his team too. Berry must enjoy the tantalizing taste of “crow,” he keeps serving himself a mountain of the ugly black bird.