Time Magazine Covers J-Fed
Not by his name, but by the size of the job he's undertaken. And how he's, well, a bit overwhelmed:
- At a news conference not yet 100-days into Jody Weis' new job, the questions were enough to catch even a veteran police chief flat-footed. On the afternoon of April 20, Weis, the city's new police superintendent, stood before a bank of television cameras in a conference room at his department's headquarters. With a stellar 22-year FBI career behind him, the head of America's second-largest and very troubled police force faced a key test. In the previous 72 hours, nearly 40 people had been shot, five fatally. Weis wanted to clarify the record — and soothe a city on edge.
It goes downhill from there and J-Fed comes off as looking a bit harried.
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