Hey look! We're in the Slum-Times
Well, not by name. But in this article by Frank Main, he points out that "The charges against Martinez and Guy unleashed a flurry of Internet activity by officers furious at Target and J.C. Penney for turning over their tapes to the police department. One posting called for officers to check city stickers in the stores' employee parking lots. Other messages suggested that officers make the store detectives' jobs more difficult." That would be word for word from some of our commentators!
Hi Frank! Glad to see a member of the main stream media is actually researching their stories instead of making stuff up like so very very many of our formerly respected media outlets. Tell Fran we said "Hi." If we can ever help you get facts straight or let you know how things really work, let us know, because you must get tired sticking up for the current political administration the way you and Fran do constantly. How did it feel to get beaten like a drum by those guys doing the "Hired Truck" stories? Was it Warmbir and Novak taking you and Fran to the cleaners? Man oh man, did those boys do some REPORTING. They might just get Pulitzers and bring down a corrupt machine. And you've done ... what lately?
CONFIDENTIAL TO OUR POLICE READERS (so stop reading Frank): See, the media is noticing the board. You can bet bosses do, too. And the public at large. Watch yourselves because you know they are.