The Piercing Truth

This is right from the dictionary and seems to describe Albuquerque, Berry and Schultz. Fascism (f ash ,izem) noun An authoritarian right wing system of government and/or social organization. (in general use) extreme right wing, authoritarian, chauvinistic and/or intolerant views or practices. Fascism tends to include a belief in the supremacy of one group over another, national, ethnic, especially social strata or monetarily; a contempt for democracy, an insistence on obedience to a powerful leader, and a strong demagogic approach. Compliments of one of our Eyes

Apr 11, 2014

DOJ Gives Berry/Perry/Schultz/Banks/Eden an "F" But....

UPDATE!!! Regarding Chief Eden, disgraced former Albuquerque 5-Star Police Director Darren White says Eden should be "scrapped!"

In an interview with the AP today, the city's worst, Darren White had the following to say

Some also want New Mexico to look at state laws on hiring officers and deputies — especially since some officers involved in the 37 Albuquerque shootings since 2010 had questionable histories at other agencies.  Darren White, a former New Mexico Secretary of Public Safety, said lawmakers should immediately scrap a law that allows departments to hire officers or deputies for a year without having them going to an academy.  "This isn't the Wild West anymore," White said. "We have to change."


Funny, Chief Gordon Eden is reported to not have his police officer certification either as it lapsed and hasn't been valid for over a decade. Let's see how Berry & Perry, Co spin this one. Will they hire another agency to hide behind just like they are hiring a Cincinnati company to "negotiate" with the DOJ?
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Our little hat tip to some things laying on the floor from the mess known as the City of Albuquerque....

As the analysis of DOJ's report continues in the aftermath of yesterday's release, and we watch in laughter as Berry & Perry, Co. spin in the wind, let's not forget who's been endorsing the prime players of this mess: Kent Walz. Not even two years ago, Walz promoted this editorial:
(read it here: http://www.abqjournal.com/131517/opinion/schult-zsets-example-of-policing-apd-needs.html)

'Schultz Sets Example Of Policing APD Needs'

In the wake of the DOJ report, this really makes one wonder what else, and how far, Kent would go to carry the water for Berry & Perry, Co? All during the window under which DOJ scrutinized APD, it's been nothing but cheers and fandom by Berry and his buddy Walz.

Then there was the time Schultz presented a report card on APD. Remember this goody?

  
So when we here that noise coming out of Berry's mouth that says "we know more today than we did yesterday, or the week before..." is he not simply admitting how ignorant he is? It sure sounds like an open confession of idiocy. And frankly, we're sick of hearing about all the PERF reforms Berry and Schultz implemented. Sometimes it's 40 reforms, sometimes it's 60. Well, our Eyes have been working hard on that little gem. You see, the vast majority of those "reforms" were nothing more than things APD should've been doing by their own SOPs and we'll prove it in the days to come. So reporters you're on notice that when you hear that noise come from Berry's mouth about "PERF reforms" that it's nothing short of saying "yeah they reminded us we had to do these 37 things..."  Sorry, RJ, you don't get to claim credit for doing stuff you were already supposed to be doing....

And thanks to these people, the rank and file of APD are now faced with the brunt of responsibility to fix their mess.

Lastly, our Eyes correctly pointed out the citizen groups moving forward and dancing around as if APD being taken over by DOJ is a good thing. Get real please. You folks are acting like nothing more than opportunists like disgraced retired APD Lieutenant Scott Lopez. While we appreciate your effort to bring heat on the department, let's have some decorum please, because you're starting to look like this:

"yeah you watch out or we'll get big DOJ on you!"



And let's not forget what Ray Schultz said about his management of APD, and that DOJ would find that he had its "house in order." Ummmmm, not really TaserChief....

80 comments:

Anonymous said...

The City Council should rescind Perry's $35,000 raise and Eden's $19,000 raise.

Neither has shown they are doing a good job.

Anonymous said...

However, the DOJ/FEDS are filing a Consent Decree as we speak/type this.

Anonymous said...

Lastly, our Eyes correctly pointed out the citizen groups moving forward and dancing around as if APD being taken over by DOJ is a good thing. Get real please. You folks are acting like nothing more than opportunists like disgraced retired APD Lieutenant Scott Lopez. While we appreciate your effort to bring heat on the department, let's have some decorum please, because you're starting to look like this:


Especially Paul Kennedy and the ACLU go away already!

Anonymous said...

Lastly, our Eyes correctly pointed out the citizen groups moving forward and dancing around as if APD being taken over by DOJ is a good thing. Get real please. You folks are acting like nothing more than opportunists like disgraced retired APD Lieutenant Scott Lopez. While we appreciate your effort to bring heat on the department, let's have some decorum please, because you're starting to look like this:

ACLU and Paul Kennedy are opportunists I would not be surprised that the shooting of the homeless man were not orchestrated for another easy lawsuit.

Anonymous said...

Eye, are you flip-flopping? We get it, why post this statement more than once? Personally, I support APD rank and file. I do not support their management, the mayor,or his minions. They are corrupt and self-serving and the feds should bring RICO charges against all of them.

Anonymous said...

Schultz said APD's house was clean. That photo perfectly depicts the house cleaning skills of Schultz, Perry, Berry, and their gang of creeps. And Darren, you little bitch, you should be cleaning toilets you fat little Barney Rubble looking, MMA groupie fluffer.

THE TREMENDOUS REGULATOR said...

Hopefully they grab that flimsy little pussy Jay and sit him in an interrogation room for helping these scum bags connive, concoct, and try to lie to obstruct this DOJ investigation. That's right, you little beak nosed, behind the scenes, woman beating, drunk driving fucking pussy. You need to be answering some tough questions, fucking cunt coward. He would probably break and give up every lazy one of the lying self serving cowards right after he pissed in his pants, shit all over himself, and vomited all over his blouse.
Maybe your girlfriend Darren can hold your hair back while you are vomiting.

Feds,
Follow this shit trail to where the real corrupt pieces of feces are. Everyone of them have their hands in this. If you smell shit, there are turds somewhere. This place really stinks, so you know the magnitude of the turds.

Hey Darren,
If you ever want to stop fantasizing about being a man, you can stop trying to stroke fighters and get in the cage yourself. I would be glad to meet your fat punk ass right in the center of it you coward.

Anonymous said...

Saw the DOJ press conference and read DOJ report. Also saw Berry's press conference and news coverage on 13 and 7.

The DOJ report was scathing as to its findings but closed on a whimper with recommendations that were all predicable on training, internal affairs and identifying management failure. It was the sure staggering number of complaints of excessive use of force (over 1,800) where Internal Affairs found only 1% were not a proper use of force. The DOJ called it a "culture of aggression". When you read other similar DOJ reports like for Seattle and New Orleans, "culture of aggression" is NOT used.

Berry said during his press conference he did not want to play the "blame game" but did just that when he said it all started under Chavez and Channel 13 fell for it by reporting it tried to call Chavez for comment to no avail. The DOJ report sites two of the shootings out of 27 happened under Chavez, one in February 2009 and one in October 2009. During his press conference, Berry assumed NO responsibility for what has occurred under his watch for 4 years and 6 months, only saying "obviously we have not done enough". Berry made no apologies for saying for the last 3 years nothing was wrong with APD. What was shocking was his admission that he was not aware of a lot that went on at APD and that a lot what was found by DOJ was news to him that he heard for the first time.

Berry also said he did not manage the APD and that is why he hires professionals. Political hacks White, Perry, Eden, Wilham are what Berry considers law enforcement professionals. Berry not knowing anything of what goes on at APD must also go for all his other Departments. The job of any Mayor is to know exactly what is going on in each department and holding the Department heads accountable.

This is one clueless and incompetent Mayor. Yet Berry got re-elected sic months ago by a landslide with only 19% of eligible voters turning out to vote. Berry's opponents both said for 10 full months APD was in a melt down and needed a major overhaul, but no one cared, no one listened and too few voted. Why was the Boyd shooting a game changer for Berry? What about all the others, like the Ellis case that cost the city $8 million.

It is going to be three and half very, very long years. At least I can say I voted and it was NOT for Berry.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully DOJ criminal white collar has already started a case on Schultz and every vendor he had rigged bids with to do his will. Eg: Tazer contract and now he works for Tazer and Nate Korn whom has gotten questionable size able contracts through the City for APD in return for bullying the NM LEA BOARD into illegal decisions in favor of actions backing the decisions of Ray Schultz.
Hey Nate, someone is talking to the proper investigators all about you.

Anonymous said...

Decorum!! Get real Plezzzz. Read about all the decorum APD gave citizens in the DOJ findings report. While I understand this isn't all APD officers, not one of you had the balls to walk past the blue line. But I guess that is the risk you took shooting up steroids.
I'd tell you go it a round, but your all to big of pussies...

Anonymous said...

My favorite line that shows how fucked up this entire situation is Eden and Berry saying they want to learn from the DoJ as they are the experts. That folks is a full monty of how fucking stupid these people are. The LAST thing DOJ is are experts on policing. LMMFAO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

at 1:48...hey little princess, more sworn officers stepped up and spoke to DOJ investigators and had more of an impact than you could imagine. You and your little fagmans need to get a clue. Running around prancing in the streets like idiots. And previous poster on Jewell Hall is right, I guess Banks got Black in her too and because that piece of shit fake chief is a huge source of this mess. Here's a thought, Allen NEVER should've been promoted past officer and he was a worthless one at that.

Anonymous said...

11th floor sources heard that Berry and Perry were actually taken aback by the extent of harshness of the DOJ report and they actually believed the DOJ was going to report and give APD a clean bill of health. Sources say Berry an Perry both believed Schultz and Banks had contained things with DOJ or at least they had reduced the level of scrutiny. The question now remains how long can Eden hold on and will Perry try to bully the DOJ.

Anonymous said...

Wake up Albuquerque. It's Berry, and who is funding him, that needs to go.

RECALL BERRY!

I hope the recall effort is just waiting for more people to get riled up enough to get him out.

It may be just what's needed so Sanchez doesn't try any BS. WE ARE TIRED OF IT!

@3:14 If that is true, they are more delusional than I realized.

Anonymous said...

Albuquerque has become an eyesore of mayoral mismanagement and a "shoot first" police department. It's going to take a lot more than a DOJ report to fix things, and it will take time. Fortunately, Berry and his cronies will all be gone, along with their legacy of failure. Hopefully, by the way, out of NM.

Anonymous said...

So which SWAT commander is DOJ talking about? There's been three metro commanders in the past 3 years....

Anonymous said...

Darren White has a lot of room to talk, talk about an unqualified political hack, what about the civil rights law suit he fled from in Texas? Then former Commander, Nick Backass politicized the PD like no other. All of sudden neither one of them wants to admit the role they played in the Department's demise, they were both in the top tiers of LE in NM but won't admit it now. They are a disgusting example of political whores who will bend over for either party if benefits them, they don't even know what ethics are much less hint at it. They can go sell it somewhere else, we are sick of it here.

Anonymous said...

The DOJ should have added a clause that says every officer should be tested for steroids randomly after being involved in a shooting or violent confrontation . And i don't believe for one second that Perry & Berry were clueless about how low APD had sunk. They didn't give a s*hit they just want to keep the corrupt money flowing into their pockets. They knew they just didn't care. And as i recall Marty was PO'ed about the 2 shootings in '09. Remember Marty's rant about "Guns and badges answer to suits and ties ". At least he gave s crap about and knew what_ was going on with HIS police dept .

Anonymous said...

OK. So recall Berry and then what? Let Heh take over? Please. The Eye's hero worship of that guy is sad. Not because he's an attention seeking egotist. Or because he was a lazy opportuniatic cop that tapped the overtime on other 34s cases for as much court as he possibly could. Or because he had no fans/friends until he retired and started trolling here for attention and validation. Or because he gained a tiny percentage of votes after his joke if a campaign. It's sad becauae their support suggests there really aren't any other viable options. So someone give an alternative.

I'm no fan of Berry. He is a coward and a POS. I'll be happy when he and his cronies are charged for their crimes.

If you ask me, now that the light is shining very brightly, the top job is the perfect place for him. The Feds see exactly what the lay if the land here really is. He is in the most vulnerable, exposed position possible.

He can't hide when the spotlight is directly on him.

Anonymous said...

Dinelli has kept his mouth shut for six months since the elections and has not said "I told you so". Dinelli had the balls to run, was right on virtually all the issues: APD mismanagement where he would have cleaned house, support of the minimum wage, support of a woman's right to choose, and support of marriage equality. Dinelli even qualified for public financing of $360,000 collecting $5.00 donations. Berry raised $950,000 in 4 months from Republican fat cats. Voters elected Berry by a landside so now live with it, but do not say there was no alternative.

Anonymous said...

I know many current and former officers went to the DOJ, but the time has come for you to do it publicly. Strike now and make a permanent camp out of Civic Plaza until Berry resigns and takes his entire Cabal with him.

Anonymous said...

1:48,
Oh, so it's payback now. You are an asshole.
Way to go chump. You are really proving you are better than the scum ruining the city. I can see right now how it would be if dickheads like you had their way of justice. It would be like Mogadishu.

Anonymous said...

Really Matt Grubbs is that the best you can do? So much for your "anonymous" tip. Huntsman made you and Procter look stupid with his responses. Next.

Anonymous said...

So now Berry hires and experienced police chief...to help the chief he appointed who lacks the experience to implement the change required after a DOJ investigation. More of the lead from behind, head in the sand approach to governing Berry has patented.

Anonymous said...

So Huntsman who trained the guy commanders of SWAT that the DOJ said are rogue killers is gonna head things up for APD's reform? Makes perfect sense. Can't make this up!!!!????!!!??

Anonymous said...

The police officer on the street is a hard working soldier. The demise of the department is a result of poor supervision caused by the supervisors. Past and present. From Sgt. to Chief.

Anonymous said...

So true !

Anonymous said...

The fact you referred to the police officer as a soldier is the problem.

Anonymous said...

April 12, 2014 at 12:12:00 PM MDT

Last time I checked those hired were adults. Why is it only supervisors responsible for the actions of officers? Last time I checked, adults are responsible for their own actions. Now if you want to fault policy that is required to be followed, then blame those who institute policy. Ultimately, it is the performance of the individual who is responsible for their actions. No matter how flawed the hiring process is, how flawed the training process is, how flawed the mental health issue is, every adult should be held accountable for their own action. This encompasses the citizens, their families, the politicians (city council, state government, and the mayor), the judges and attorneys, the doctors, and every level of law enforcement. To attempt to single out a select group is not only irresponsible but ludicrous. Society needs to accept responsibility and stop pointing fingers. There are several in the above mentioned groups that do a stellar job. It is the malcontents in each category that need to accept responsibility for the failures.

Anonymous said...

Lay off the Huntsman criticism already, he is not responsible for what has happened over the past five years. Most of the competent supervisors retired well before this mess unravelled. When Marty appointed a Chief who wanted to spend all his time at the FOP drinking and wooing his secretary leaving the department's business to the likes of Chavez, Sauer and Johnson, the ship began to drift off course. Then to boot Gallegos and replace him with Schultz almost sealed its fate. It was when White was appointed to Public Safety Director that APD lost sight of its mission and an attitude of superiority permeated the culture at APD.

Anonymous said...

White had a lot of power he got all the weak mines of other agencies around ABQ to follow his lead and buy black and white cars and change uniforms.

Anonymous said...

0826....lay off Huntsman? Let's see, who did Huntsman move into the tactical position under, oh right the same chief you Marty grief over. And what DCOP do you say let the department go afloat, oh no other than former SWAT buddy Ed Sauer. Then who did Huntsman spend the majority of his time working for and WITH, oh right his buddy RayRay. And who promoted him to NE commander so he top out his pay, oh right RayRay.

Please, Huntsman may be a cop's cop, but don't make him out to be the saint. We all know he was a EOD guy at heart. And given how he handled himself on 13, I'd say his time is short. I TDY'd to IA in the 80's. Whoop dee fucken doo. He's a solid lieutenant. And is he more competent than those idiots Page, Garcia, and Roseman? Hell yes, but that ain't saying very much.

Anonymous said...

Okay, the DOJ report is out and the work has begun (?) The first test will be how many officers will be bidding for field positions in May, how many squads will be the recommended size of 1 SGT and 5-6 officers, and if LTs will be working on weekends. My bet is it will remain status quo with an insufficient number of officers and supervisors in the field.

Anonymous said...

It appears the general public are finally realizing about Berry what is common knowledge amongst City Hall insiders and observers. Berry is very weak, is no leadeer and avoids stress at all costs. Berry cannot handle confrontation nor critics. Berry physically reacts to stress. When protesters showed up to the Mayors office on the 11th floor over a year ago, it was observed that he got very nervous and his hands physically started to shake and he left through the back door and held all of his meetings on another floor to avoid any contact with the protesters. During the first debate last year, Berry began to sweet profusely and could not guzzle water down fast enough nor put on enough make-up to cover up the sweet. During one of Berry's "one on one" interviews with reporters after the Boyd killing, Berry again could not drink enough water between answering questions. Berry's absence for 8 days after the Boyd shooting was no accident in that he was avoiding the conflict. Instead of going to the City Counsel meeting to listen to the APD protesters, Berry was busted attending a meeting with about 10 friendly young professionals and not meeting with civic groups about APD as was originally reported. There is no way Berry would ever arrange or attend public meetings where he may have to listen to criticism.

Anonymous said...

They should of picked Jeff Mcdonald for the DC. He is a stand up guy.

Anonymous said...

@ April 13, 2014 at 1:30:00 AM MDT

Well said.

Anonymous said...

You mean Jeff Roberto?

Anonymous said...

Is anyone surprised that the Boyd family has hired THE KENNEDY LAW FIRM TO "SUE " the City ??! When will the Feds connect the dots ????? KICKBACKS!!!!! RICO VIOLATIONS!!! WAKE UP FEDS!

Anonymous said...

@9:35

No need to worry. Don't you remember that our new and highly competent police chief already called the shooting justified and was well prepared when he quoted case law at his first press conference? That's what I call leadership and being decisive and firm.

And for those of you that still think the blame goes to anyone else but Berry, our highly competent leader with utmost integrity, can you see clearly now? He hired ken doll.

Anonymous said...

You have it way wrong, Huntsman and Schultz do and have not ever got along. You obviously have not been around very long. It is common knowledge that the two do not respect each other. I would say you have a better chance of thinking that Perry and Schultz got along which we know they don't.

Anonymous said...

@ Current and former APD LEO's

This observation by the DOJ sums it up for me. Taken out of an article on KRQE.com:

The DOJ report notes that in the vast majority of shootings multiple officers were present then adds, “Officers have a duty to intervene to prevent other officers from using excessive force.”

A duty to intervene and EVERYONE failed! With that said, all of you have blood on your hands! The APD house is so dirty, it cannot be cleaned.

Citizen said...

9:35,
Do you even know what you are talking about? Seriously.
The Kennedy law firm is not connected with Paul Kennedy. You should have your facts strait. Let's set it strait shall we. The Paul Kennedy Law firm is on 12th Street. That is the Paul Kennedy who runs interference for Martinez and the same one who is best buddies with Perry. The Kennedy Law Firm is on 2nd street, 10 blocks away. The Kennedy law firm is run by Joe and Shannon Kennedy. They sue the city and expose the corruption. Paul is involved in the bullshit going on in this city. Joe and Paul are brothers and are at two opposite ends of the spectrum. I think that speaks volumes of the integrity of the Kennedy Law firm, not to mention the fact of their track record and that they are among the top civil rights attorneys in the state.
Maybe you should research this before making conclusions and accusations. If the fix was in on cases they would be settled. From watching these cases closely, nothing is settled. The Kennedy's seem to fight out their battles and win them.

Anonymous said...

Seems to me like APD re-inventing the wheel. I remember 15 years ago when the senior 34 on scene was responsible for keeping everyone in check. We are going back to the way things should be.

Anonymous said...

Re: 12:01

The drama in Albuquerque just keeps getting more and more interesting all the time. It's like a small town, full of gossip and innuendo, where everybody knows your dirty little secrets.

Cops and Breaking Bad are nothing compared to the real-life drama in Albuquerque.

I can't believe that there is no one in the film industry that isn't wanting to take this project on. It would need to be a series since there is so much content.

And the drama in NM politics hasn't even begun, YET!

Truth is stranger than fiction.

Anonymous said...

Re: 12:01
Joe and Shannon Kennedy are husband and wife and are two of the biggest ambulance chasers in Albuquerque. Interesting how Boyd's family were no where to be found for some time, but when they did surface, Joe and Shannon Kennedy are their lawyers. You got to wonder who called who first.

Joe and Shannon Kennedy are successful not because they are "among the top civil rights" attorneys, but because the City Attorneys office and in particular Kathy Levy are such poor litigators. Joe and Shannon Kennedy are in it more for the money and not their clients and all too often recover more in attorneys fees than their clients are awarded in damages and you can take a look at the Federal lawsuits they have filed over the years as proof of this point.

Although Paul and Joe are brothers, they do not get along but share the same right wing Republican philosophy. Joe has benefited from his brother's Paul success in getting Rob Perry to change the no settlement policy.

Now there is talk that Berry and Perry want Paul Kennedy to be appointed the Federal Monitor over APD. Lets hope DOJ asks Paul Kennedy about the Mary Han case.

Integrity Concepts Inc. said...

If Berry is that stupid and arrogant to even try to suggest Paul Kennedy be the monitor for the DOJ he will lock in the FACT that he is full of shit about cooperating with the DOJ and making changes. The DOJ will know he is concealing and manipulating the process in his favor. With that said, I would not put it past the arrogant bastards to try and pull that shit, considering the blatant lies, and arrogance they all exibited while the DOJ was here,

As for the ambulance chasing comment, It's all as you describe, until YOU are the one who needs a good lawyer. When that happens, it's a whole other ball game isn't it? It's like the saying that a liberal is someone who was never a victim.

The city has no choice to settle. The steamroller coming down the road is so lethal there is no defending against it, they don't have the resources to do it, and they will be desperately trying to keep their people from ending up in prison. The hammer is about to drop, recordings will be getting released, and charges will be unavoidable. Over the next year they will be trying to pay out just to avoid the little fish being snared, so it does not lead to the big fish being fried. All of it will be an exercise futility.

Perry, Berry, Schultz, TJ, Jay, Martinez, Korn, Eden, Banks, Feist, all brought this circus.

Enjoy the show.

Anonymous said...

@2:34's "good lawyer" comment

I've never met a lawyer that was worth his rate. Big egos with little pussies, especially the ones in NM.

Anonymous said...

Paul Kennedy as Monitor??? WTF?? I hope the community leaders and families of the victims of APD 's brutality read this and realize that Kennedy is connected to Rob Perry and that their relationship in questionable as Perry may be encouraging Kennedy to provide kickbacks to him thru large settlement payouts. Also Kennedy should notice be considered as he was at Mary Han's crime scene with all the other bad actors aforementioned by the prior comment posted ^^^^^. If his name comes up I hope the community groups are prepared to fight Perry /Berry /Tourek /Levy!!

THE TREMENDOUS REGULATOR with my cup of Satellite coffee said...

I just finished watching the news today and I can still see that the servants still do not have a clue. I say servants instead of leaders, because first of all, there are no leaders here, and second, people do not need to be lead. They are to be served by those they elect.

Ken Sanchez, You are ok pal, but please flip your calendar over a few pages. You know, that one hanging up on the wall over your right shoulder, that's stuck on February 2014. How the fuck can someone run a city when they don't know what month it is?

Next up on Martha Kitchen Bitch Stewart Dyson's story was Moe Maestas. Everyone understands the need for impartiality in the appointment of this new Federal monitor but this guy. Maybe Moe needs to go join Larry and Curly. New Mexico is rich in Latino culture. It is what makes it special here. It is appreciated and celebrated. Everyone who lives here knows this. Some mover here just to experience it and live it. Moe should be saying that the monitor should have familiarity with ALL populations. This Moe fella also refers to officers as cops. When you hear professionals speak, especially lawyers, government officials, and supposed legislators, they usually speak professionally and not in street slang. Until EVERYONE with any chip whatsoever removes their chip and decides to be better there will be limited positive change. Gomez, Ellis, Redwine.... All denominations need a voice, and unless you are willing to be better, shut the fuck up.
And stay off of national television, you gain no ground for this place when you make a fool out of yourself.

Last but not least was this interview with an old salty East Coast man named Adam Walinsky. Where did this guy come from? Will someone please put this guy in charge of something around here?!? I would give Eden to Smallfruit Berry, and put my money on this old timer whipping both their asses. An officer buy in....
Now that is genius. If only the lower echelon took this advice, a long time ago, they could have ripped the control from the upper command like milk money years ago. This guy proves that the Old School is still open for lessons. It sure is amazing how it seems that everyone with a grasp on things here isn't from here.
It must really look bad standing on the outside looking in on this disaster.

BERRY AND PERRY SHOULD HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO SAY ON WHO THE MONITOR WILL BE. THIS MONITOR SHOULD BE VETTED IN A WAY SO AS TO MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO CONNECTIONS AND THE MONITOR SHOULD BE MONITORED.

Oh yea, and I read Monahan's blog yesterday. That is some good reading also. He nailed everything. Maybe we can put a link to his blog here so more of the truth gets to where it needs to be.

Let the light shine. The mushrooms are a shrivelin.

Anonymous said...

2:43 AND BETH

Anonymous said...

Speaking of street slang. Have you noticed all the local reporters even the white guys are starting to roll their r's when they report the news. What is up with that? When are they going to start wearing headbands
We have the only Vatos news organizations in the whole country. Guess they didn't teach proper English at the universities they graduated from.

Anonymous said...

at 6:46 a.m. you are right
I hope that the FBI is investigating the Kennedy's and the shooting of the homeless man that was probably orchestrated.
The cops can't be that stupid.

Anonymous said...

Joe Kennedy is just as crooked as his brother.

Anonymous said...

3:42,
Shitweed.

Anonymous said...

Everything the media has been reporting on as been fabricated, just like the moon landing!

Everyone needs to RECOGNIZE!!!!

Anonymous said...

Too Bad that Sgt that was seeing Hahn went to law school and left the dept. Word was he was first on the scene and went through the house to hide evidence of his affair. He was also close friends with kennedy.

Anonymous said...

He was a speach writer for Robert Kennedy. Advocate of a national police force, way back when

Anonymous said...

This shit about Joe Kennedy is dull. Berry, Perry, Tourek, Eden, and the crew of fools is what made this mess. Funny red thongs on Berry's desk last summer. Red tagging on substations and now cop killer flyers. Disinformation campaign anybody??

Anonymous said...

Whoops!!!!!!! Looks like someone fucked up out there and has a case of the butthurt over being ripped by Joe in court. Keep your ship tight and attorneys won't embarrass you pal. Oh yea, and do the right thing.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I've noticed.
Huffman cracks me the fuck up.
Rdddlluuddddmirez live in downtown Albuqueqllllddddlllque...
Sounds like a fucking true asshat. Can any of these fools not be a follower and for once be their own person.

Anonymous said...

Joe Kennedy is taking up where Mary Han left off, someone had to fill the void. Mary would have been all over these cases!!! Its not the civil rights attorneys that have created this mess, lets not blame any attorney who steps forward to right the wrongs of a hand full of bad shootings.

Anonymous said...

Lawyers are as bad as politicians. They are all scum bags...

Anonymous said...

The reason Huntsman was hired was Chief Eden paniced during the protests when the group started coming towards the command post. Eden had no clue what to do. We were all deployed with no orders of what to do. As the situation became worse, no one was running the scene. We were just standing there in limbo with no orders. Everyone just kind of did there own thing. I have been here 15 years and on ERT for 10 and have never had such poor leadership during a crisis! Chief Eden, TJ and a few others were in the command post on panic mode! I have never seen anything like it! They were all scare and did not know how to react.

That's why they hired Huntsman, so fast, to get him in command before the next protest! they figure his SWAT training will give them the edge next time around!

Anonymous said...

At least the DOJ will have Chief Huntsman there to answer for all those 1000 plus SWAT call outs he was in command of! Seems that what DOJ is looking at now! Berry and Perry sure know how to pick winners! Leaders that cost the taxpayer's big money!

Anonymous said...

We haven't had a true SWAT leader since Sgt Dave Bartram enough said. Carry on...

Anonymous said...

Wow! That is just WRONG! I have no leadership in my non -LEO city job, difference is my life is not on the line! That is unacceptable for officers in a riot scenario to have NO FREAKING LEADER WITH NO PLAN! Eden is another bad hire which every city department is experiencing right now. Thanks for your service and glad you weren't hurt in that MESS! God help us all.

Anonymous said...

BULLSHIT! Joe and Paul are brothers. Theyre rhick aa thieves, moron.

The only difference is Joe didnt help his law partner die.

Anonymous said...

Too late trying to amear that officer's reputation. Their "affair" was no secret. He was bot even close to first on the scene. Pay attention and learn something.

Anonymous said...

Way to go HUNTsman!

Anonymous said...

@4-15, 5:56pm - "Shitweed"? WTF does "Shitweed" mean? Typical knuckle-dragger all impressed with themselves over their ability to finally say a word without all the grunts and wheezes. Hey, "Waste of Sperm", were you on the firing squad in the foothills?

Anonymous said...

6:49,
How about dickhead? Is that more to your liking?
I don't even carry a gun asshole. I use my hands and knuckles. I don't drag them. Just let me know if you are feeling up to it enough to see. Internet dork.

Anonymous said...

Dawne Roberto fucken fat bitch your going down ima expose you!!!

Anonymous said...

EXPOSE!

Anonymous said...

Will SOMEONE please tell me how to NOT be afraid of the police now?

Anonymous said...

at 431...the Ripple effect commences!!!!!

Anonymous said...

The bike officer/lawyer now was one of the first at his lover/Han's scene! Way out of his beat, what was he doing inside the house, he's married.

Anonymous said...

Bunch of little girls here. All with guns and badges too. Candy asses and Jesus freaks.

Anonymous said...

Ok-so let's talk about the Han scene, the bike officer was not 1st on scene, he did go there but he did not gawk like the others that self deployed. He only touched a few things, so his new DNA and past DNA could not be distinguished. Han was so over him and Paul btw. My question is simple, if my gym partner did not show up to a scheduled work out, I would have found out why not. Hours past with no word, so why did everyone wait so long to check on Mary? That pisses me off! Nothing about what was reported seems right. Why isn't any LE agency with jurisdiction not looking into this further? What about a cold case unit? This just stinks to high heaven!

Anonymous said...

4-19, 5:30pm - "shitweed"? "dickhead"? An intellectual powerhouse like you could ace the APD vocabulary exam. And your junior high mouth (controlled by your tiny little malfunctioning brain) is still indicative of infected scabs on your knuckles. Stand up straight, man! You've got a two mile trail of ants and dogs behind you wearing out their tongues trying to clean you off the pavement.

Anonymous said...

4-19, 5:30pm - "shitweed"? "dickhead"? An intellectual powerhouse like you could ace the APD vocabulary exam. And your junior high mouth (controlled by your tiny little malfunctioning brain) is still indicative of infected scabs on your knuckles. Stand up straight, man! You've got a two mile trail of ants and dogs behind you wearing out their tongues trying to clean you off the pavement.