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

Feb 26, 2012

Schultz Slapped By Dead Man

Yes folks you read it correctly. Schultz received a slap from deceased Senior Officer Walck, a retiree who served the City of Albuquerque for thirty-eight years. According to the family, Schultz laid the final blow, which lead to Senior Officer Walck’s passing, by attempting to have his police certification revoked. The NMLEA Board Director, Bill Hubbard, determined APD’s attempt to have Walck’s certification revoked was unwarranted.

It was determined by NMLEA Director, Bill Hubbard, that Walck did not deserve any action from the NMLEA Board. In a letter addressed to APD Lieutenant, Mike Miller, Director Bill Hubbard stated, “After reviewing the documents and meeting with Mr. Walck’s attorney we determined that the case of Mr. Walck did not rise to the level to proceed any further on his police certification.”

This only proves that even a dead man can make Schultz look like a fool.

One of the Eye’s readers inquired by stating, “What does this horrible little man (Schultz) think when he looks into the mirror?” The Eye has an answer, people who commit heinous acts against another human being cannot honestly look at themselves in the mirror without the haunts of the horrors they have inflected upon others.

APD through their leadership have hit a new low; how despicable.

Feb 13, 2012


Daniel’s Funeral Home is in charge of the funeral arrangements, located at 1100 Coal Ave. SE

Visitation will be on Wednesday, from 2-4 PM and Thursday, from 2-8 PM

On Wednesday, at 6:30 PM, a Rosary celebration will be at St. Bernadette’s Catholic Church located on 1800 Martha Street NE

A Funeral mass will be celebrated at 9:00 AM on Thursday at St Bernadette’s Catholic Church

On Friday, a funeral mass will be celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church located in Las Vegas, New Mexico at 9 AM. Interment/graveside service will be at the Walck’s Ranch located in Mora, New Mexico. Immediately after the services and return to Las Vegas, New Mexico, all are invited to a reception.

Feb 12, 2012

Ray Schultz a Deals Final Blow

It is with the greatest sadness and sorrow the staff here at the Eye learned of the passing of Retired Senior Officer Alfred Walck.

Walck was pressured to retire from the Albuquerque Police Department by Ray Schultz. Shortly afterward, Walck suffered a massive stroke and heart attack. Walck was partially paralyzed, wheelchair bound and was in the process of recovery. It is believed that the medical episode that Walck suffered was the result of the heinous acts of Schultz and APD's upper echelon.

Walck was notified while in Healthsouth Rehabilitation that Ray Schultz and APD were seeking his decertification as a police officer. This added stress, pushed Walck into a relapse, and today Walck suffered another heart attack and passed away.

The Eye's deepest thoughts and respect to a thirty-eight year police officer, Alfred Walck.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Alfred Walck and the Walck Family.

Feb 2, 2012

"Kick 'Em When He's Down"- The New Slogan Of Chief Schultz

We decided to continue the previous story about Al Walck. Whether you like him or not, he was a 30 plus year veteran who was loyal to the Albuquerque Police Department. His recent stroke and massive heart attack has left him in a terrible medical state. Officer Walck will no longer work again, let alone work in any law enforcement capacity. Without divulging too much of his medical condition, it is safe to say that he is far from being recovered and may suffer permanent injuries the rest of his life. Officer Walck left the department peacefully. He surrendered his letter of resignation and left with pride and dignity.
Recently, Officer Walck's mailbox contained a very suspect letter. A letter from the New Mexico Department of Public Safety advising Officer Walck that Chief Schultz had submitted his name to the Law Enforcement Board, recommending his complete
decertification. What a surprise for someone who is trying to move forward that the Chief has to give his "one last jab". He could not let his personal feelings towards Al Walck go. The Eye wishes it was surprised by the Chief's actions. Unfortunately, nothing about Chief Schultz' disrespect of an officer surprises us. Chief Schultz is constantly acting on emotion rather than intelligence. It is so interesting that Chief Schultz is more caring towards criminal offenders than to his own officers, his lack of support is worse than the department has ever seen. It is time for him to leave.