Rush to Judgment
Anyway, J-fled once again proves half-assed investigations lead to half-assed results:
Two of the seven Chicago police officers put on desk duty after the alleged beating of a handcuffed man have been reinstated, apparently in light of evidence indicating they weren't at the scene.
The Independent Police Review Authority, which investigates police misconduct, recommended the two unidentified officers be restored to full duty because both have been "excluded from the investigation," police officials said.
"Based upon this information, the department took swift action to restore these officers' police powers and return them to field assignment," said a statement from the department's office of news affairs.
And the driving force behind J-Fled "premature emasculation?" Rumor says that his name rhymes with "plasters plasters plasters" and he pushed for J-Fled to get some camera time in this midst of this completely unknown and unpublicized incident. Now the question is did he do it to put a final nail in J-Fled's career coffin?
UPDATE: As someone opined earlier this week, maybe this is also why J-Fled is sitting on multiple "thirty pending" files so he can show everyone how tough he is holding multiple press conferences and firing people in waves.