Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Media Endangers Officer's Family

The Sun Times and Tribune have both identified by name, the Officer involved in last month's shooting where an assailant with a baseball bat was killed and a bystander was also fatally injured.

This without the Officer being charged, indicted and in the midst of an ongoing investigation.

No word if they'll being publishing maps to the Officer's home at some point - or paying for the increased security risks to himself and his family.

Let's keep an eye on things.

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89 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would sue the city and then the media

1/13/2016 12:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw that. How the fuck was that allowed?

1/13/2016 12:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I say we start publushing the names and addresses of all media personnel in the city. Send them greeting cards in the mail to their residences.

I always drive to and from work with my AR and a 42 round magazine. Bring it on.

1/13/2016 12:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Outrageous and reckless. Where is the FOP in this!??? God bless the officer and his family.

Not LEO, but when is someone going to speak up for you and have your backs??? There are no words, with all the mayhem CPD is the enemy, seriously?????

1/13/2016 12:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is getting well beyond the point of absurd, release officers name without any charges being filed and the story the scum times posted is a huge joke, "officer responding to a domestic disturbance where le grier or , an engineering student at NIU,was threatening his father with a bat." No mention of his 3 resisting arrest charges in just a few months or his father stating he is scared 4 his life or he was a mental whose mom encouraged him to be off his meds,is just beyond disguisting how bad and obvious the smear campaign has become. Just as bad as our president stating no comment in regards to the officer in philly getting shot but shows his outrage when some offender who is "turning his life around" gets shot by police for swinging a baseball bat, attempting to disarm a police officer, refuses to drop a knife, etc etc etc, Trump in 16 please

1/13/2016 01:02:00 AM  
Anonymous NO MORAL COMPASS said...

Like the corrupt "Chicago Way" political whores, the local mainstream media is rife with unconscionable sleazy scum.

1/13/2016 01:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ch. 9 showed a photo of Off. Van Dyke's residence. Where's Googlyboogly from News Affairs on this?
Hey Deano - WAKE UP! This is a matter for your Lilliputian Security Detail.

1/13/2016 01:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Time to publish the names, addresses and phone numbers of the reporters of the media. Why should their neighbors be the only ones to know where they live. They have no more right to privacy than those they love to expose as a community service. Fuck the media.

1/13/2016 01:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How does the media get a policeman's info?

1/13/2016 01:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The FOP should publish names and addresses of the entire Sun Times editorial board and of its sleazy reporters.

1/13/2016 03:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unfucking believable! Totally outraged!! This guy was doing his job! Stay fetal! Just answer your calls our readers say but that's exactly what this officer was doing! Answer a call for help!

1/13/2016 03:26:00 AM  
Blogger The Keesing Bandit said...

Such Assholes.

1/13/2016 04:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All over WBBM radio now, too. Nice.

1/13/2016 05:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Escalante. Have you done this? Is this the way to de-escalate.

1/13/2016 06:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Both papers need to start displaying Communion photos of all the innocent offenders.

1/13/2016 06:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No wonder Officers don't want to do shit anymore! Stay Fetal officers! Fuck the mutts in da hoods! Let them kill each other!

1/13/2016 06:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was an officer for 31 years and have been retired for 15 years. That being said both the Suntimes and the Tribuine have to be delivered by trucks. And I remember how those drivers drove. We would give them a pass because we could always get a free paper. How about we buy our own papers. I'm not saying to sandbag anyone but I would for sure not give any passes. In no time at all every driver would have a ticket. And soon they would have to come in and post a bond. It would sure slow down the delivery of the paper. Remember only legit tickets. As I remember they would always be a lot of unattended vehicles running and u-turns in intersections and speeding. Maybe the bonding is quite different but it would have an impact.

1/13/2016 06:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fuck you garbage, scum media degenerates.

1/13/2016 06:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

People listen very carefully......Cancel all scrips to these rags and don't talk to ANY reporters. None of them are your friends. ♠️

1/13/2016 07:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unbelievable!

1/13/2016 07:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every time this happens we need to publish the address and phone number of the reporter.

1/13/2016 07:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Back in the day police officers would now be writing tickets for every chicken shit violation they see the the media trucks commit. It would continue until the media comes to grips with the idea they are the problem. Stand up for each other. It's a duty for all of you to look out for all officers. Do it.

1/13/2016 07:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I constantly hear officers complaining and saying "Did you hear about the article in the Trib/Suntimes that bashed us" but yet they still have paid subscriptions to those sorry excuses for news papers. With the advent of the internet, whom many already pay for one can choose a form of media of their liking without all the bias and sensationalism. If you complain and pay for the paper you just look like a fool to others.

1/13/2016 08:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes I noticed that the Lugenpresse - "lying press" has done this nasty tactic of "doxing" publishing the names and personal information of police officers involved in altercations, but not indicted or convicted. The Lugenpresse did this in a heavy manner in Officer Wilson's case in Ferguson MO - basically telling BlackLivesMatter mobs where to find Officer Wilson's home and family.

Terrible!

The Chicago Sun Times is amongst the worst of the worst - The New York Daily News now being the worst.

I recommend, doxing the doxers.

Publish the names and home addresses of the nasty reporters doxing the police. Be polite, instruct everyone not to make threats or do anything illegal, but putting the word out who, where is definitely legit.

The neighbors and beat cops where these #*#&$# lugenpresse live should be aware that locals are trying to get honest police officers harassed, hurt or much worse.

This tactic is called "doxing" and it's very effective.

1/13/2016 08:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

but somebody put out the NYTimes reporters' addresses that put out the home address of the copper that shot the 'gentle giant" in Ferguson and the one that lived here screamed for 24/7 protection from 020 officers and was rebuffed. The NYT ended up hiring off duty Sheriffs to sit by her house.

Now it's getting personal with us,,,,,no cooperation with any local media at any level here. Have media affairs freeze out everyone

1/13/2016 08:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can someone get the reporter' name, address, phone number, address, work address, family address, Facebook account, and post? What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Enough of taking the high road when we are dealing with pieces of garbage. I was reading the comments on the trib. Even their readers are getting tired of them and their agenda.

1/13/2016 08:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Smear campaign continues, this morning another article about that

1/13/2016 09:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If\when we find out who the rat bastard is if he's a copper he should be thrown out of FOP. If he's a supervisor a CR# should be getting on him/her. If it's a civilian a civil lawsuit should be filed.

1/13/2016 09:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is another reason to be as dark as possible on the computer. I do not face book, twitter, etc., have police stickers on my car, but still can find my name with a google search. Unfortunately low profile is a must with the haters and scammers out there.

1/13/2016 09:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is crazy. Any disgruntled relative can drive to the Officers house and ambush him. And I'm sure a ACLU lawyer will be happy to file lawsuits against the newspapers and try to recover the cost of the Officers funeral.
I would seriously reconsider my future at CPD. You're trying to police those that don't want to be policed, a media ready to jump on any little error you may make, and supported by politicians that undermine your retirement plan and will throw you under the bus at the first sign of trouble.
Is there something I got wrong? Being a retired LEO I sympathize with your problems. But damn! You're risking your career just writing a parking ticket. Take care of each other, make sure you all go home at the end of your shift.

J.J.

1/13/2016 09:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the department should have him on a phone order transfer immediately.

1/13/2016 09:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Typical that the FOP has done nothing to protect the safety of this officer or others. Who says to the person within the department that leaked this info won't leak other coppers info. Simply a disgrace.

1/13/2016 09:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My father was a Chicago Cop back in the sixties. He was involved in 2 fatal shootings in 1 month. And each time, my mother, brother, sister and I were sent away for a few days, just in case. But he didn't stay home alone. He was joined by some of his brothers in blue. It was then that I decided I wanted to be a Chicago Cop. They don't just work with other cops, they work with family, who always have your back.

But, your life changes forever when you are 11 years old and you read an article in the paper naming your father as the shooter, and read a quote from someone at the scene who yelled "Kill the guy in the black leather jacket!" and realize the "guy in the black leather jacket" was your father. Naming an officer in an article, especially when involving a fatal shooting is wrong. Because it not only impacts the officer, but those he loves most. My dad feared for our safety. And like I said, this was in the sixties, before the Internet, making it easier to find both him and us, and before the flood of illegal guns on the streets, making it easier to, well, you know. If it had happened today, I don't know what my dad would have done with us. I do know what he did do. He eventually left us. For reasons only he knew. And that's why I never became a Chicago Cop. While I find it one of the most honorable jobs to have, I didn't want to put anyone through what my family went through.

I salute all of of you that are serving and have served. You have my utmost respect and admiration. Thank you for your service.

1/13/2016 09:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What if off duties volunteered to for security in situation like this? FOP could coordinate and help with money for gas and donuts?! It would take alot of pressure off anyone's shoulders in a situation like this.

1/13/2016 10:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is friggin' BS

1/13/2016 10:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Grabowski said...

This kind of BS needs to stop. Numerous so-called lib media outlets have seen fit to publish names and addresses of people they "don't like" on numerous occasions and in numerous cities throughout the country. They don't give a rat's ass about due process.

In the interest of "fairness" (the libs are all for "fairness" dont'cha know) the names and addresses of the columnists, editors, and publishers responsible for this drivel should also be published on social media. It's only fair !!!

1/13/2016 10:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't give one dime to the scum times or the fibune. Media should be ashamed of themselves.

1/13/2016 10:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

jgorner@tribpub.com is the biggest police hating puke at the chicago trib. He absolutely loves to get emails. I know this because I have sent him some in the past and the insecure cokesucker feels the need to defend even the slightest criticism. I'm sure he would like to hear from everyone here.

1/13/2016 10:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someone should find out were Jeremy Gorner lives and post all his information

1/13/2016 10:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Outrageous and despicable but would you really expect anything less of this pathetic media? He literally couldn't prevent this by being fetal either. Back to the drawing boards: how to not answer domestics 🤔. Not Monday morning QB'in it. Pray this guy is alright

1/13/2016 10:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One officer, I thought there were several. I do not think anyone really cares, the lawsuits have been filed already.

1/13/2016 11:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Time to publish the home addresses of all media, along with the addresses of their family. Let's see how they like it.

1/13/2016 11:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

End your subscription to the papers now. If your parents still subscribe insist they cancel their subscription as well. Newspaper advertising rates-the largest print newspaper revenue stream-are based upon readership which is based upon both paid home subscriptions and street sales. Advertisers will then insist on paying reduced rates to these papers and as revenue from all sources dwindle these rags will close. Lets get off our asses and change this.

1/13/2016 12:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another example of how Chicago media is fueling the decline of Proactive Policing by many great police officers. It's troubling that HQ is silent and that the FOP has been mum since the leadership misplaced their "balls". Reading Suntimes articles like these with unidentified "sources" and the editor concealing the identity of the article's author(s) shows no moral responsibility to good reporting and lack of pride for journalism. Evidently the chief editor is protecting the reporter much the same way they slander police for allegedly protecting their own.

1/13/2016 12:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Where's Googlyboogly from News Affairs on this?"

1/13/2016 01:16:00 AM

Busy including political lobbying about how "we need more state and federal gun laws" as he represents the Department in his official statements to the press.

That on the piece of paper they gave you to read, or is that your personal opinion?

Uh...

1/13/2016 12:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to ask one question regarding the publishing of the officers name and address. What purpose does it serve by publishing this information? The media knows that the only reason to publish this information is to harass or harm the officer,his family or his residence. Talk about doing the DEVILS work. I hope you sir are struck down by GOD himself and if we are not that fortunate you can rest assured that GOD has a special place reserved for you and your kind.

1/13/2016 12:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

His name was most likely revealed in the lawsuit that was filed

1/13/2016 12:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
My father was a Chicago Cop back in the sixties. He was involved in 2 fatal shootings in 1 month. And each time, my mother, brother, sister and I were sent away for a....

+++++

Man, what a story. Thanks for your well-wishes. Sorry, to hear about the challenges your family faced. I feel like the dangers today are compounded by the media's contribution to pushing a false narrative that we are an out-of-control and brutal police force. I wish you and your family well.

1/13/2016 01:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The paper says a "source" Only people with the officers info is DIPRA and CPD. WTF. With all he heat DIPRA is taking would it surprise you those incompetent fucks are the source?

1/13/2016 01:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hate to say it, but Deano is in bed with 9.5. Despite al the police bashing from the 5th floor, Deano has not said one disparaging word about the mayor. After his time as president, it will be interesting to see what job he lands. Add this to the fact that he has been asking every boss to take care of Jr.(make him Sgt.). And let's not forget everything he gave up in contract negotiations. To quote Dan Dugan, "I hope this terrible experiment comes to an end!"

1/13/2016 01:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's only fair to Publish the names and addresses of the media Reporters too.
As for the rest of us, look into getting a Land Trust set up.
Send your all utility bills to a PO box or bogus address and make automated payments on-line.
Once, I Forwarded my mail to and from different addresses (PO Box) by creating US Postal Service Address Change.
No big deal to see these addresses on my credit report.
If you move and don't plan on using the Medical, don't report your new address until you're ordered to.
Don't Ask - Don't Tell.
Block you Credit Report from inquiries with a Credit Freeze.
Block or encrypt your IP address if you're using social media.
Register your vehicles at HQ or out of State, use bogus mailing addresses. Continue to buy your City sticker though, use Mom's address.
If you find your personal info on a Dept re-printed copy behind the desk...scratch it out.
Remember to be creative and vague.
Did anyone ever find joe at his address...well you too can disappear in plain sight.

1/13/2016 01:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

https://www.spokeo.com/purchase?pid=2015021811516347691129941234094&q=Jeremy+Gorner&url=%2FJeremy-Gorner%2FIllinois%2FChicago%2Fp2015021811516347691129941234094

1/13/2016 02:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

His bio:Jeremy Gorner is a crime reporter for the Tribune who covers the Chicago Police Department. Before joining the Tribune in 2006, Gorner covered crime at the now-defunct New City News Service, formerly known as the City News Bureau of Chicago. Gorner likes running and playing old Nintendo games.

1/13/2016 02:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What if off duties volunteered to for security in situation like this? FOP could coordinate and help with money for gas and donuts?! It would take alot of pressure off anyone's shoulders in a situation like this.

1/13/2016 02:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


And the FOP's response is... Cricket... Cricket... Cricket...

1/13/2016 02:23:00 PM  
Anonymous keep thinning the herd said...

Retired suburban PO here,
yes there are ways of finding out where the media lives, etc via LEADS/Soundex, etc. But don't get caught signed on to a computer using it for that purpose or they will hang you.
But a lot of them do not use their real names. Female reporters use their maiden names, like one from WGN, and others use a stage name. Back i the daydo you really think Dick Kay from one of the television stations was his real name?????????????

1/13/2016 02:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

c'mon now. you see the legal system at work. worthless union that will let you twist in the wind. there are thirteen thousand of you and nobody knows a lawyer willing to do a little pro bono work? slap them with a class action law suit. enough is enough already.

not a PO and f'n tired of the bashing that goes on.

1/13/2016 03:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just think if a lot of people got a hold of a reporters phone,and address ,and list of family members, would they yelling freedom of the press.

1/13/2016 03:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We should organize a first amendment protected pro police and anti media rally. We need to find a good location to peacefully assemble so citizens can hear our message. I propose we do it on the north side on the 3100 block of N. Kenmore.... I could add the building number and apartment number but I won't stoop that low Jeremy even though it's all right there on whitepages... Public info is public info after all..

1/13/2016 03:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Already done. They are driving much better lately.

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I was an officer for 31 years and have been retired for 15 years. That being said both the Suntimes and the Tribuine have to be delivered by trucks. And I remember how those drivers drove. We would give them a pass because we could always get a free paper. How about we buy our own papers.

1/13/2016 03:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From the comments a week ago!? Something to consider!! Stay fetal or loss of everything!!!

F- free
E- employed
T- threat risk zero
A- asshole's contact minimized
L- lethal force not needed

1/04/2016 11:46:00 AM

1/13/2016 04:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be advised, when you click in their "garbage" online, they make $$$ off that also, dint even visit both ragtime newspaper sites !

1/13/2016 05:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Someone should find out were Jeremy Gorner lives and post all his information

1/13/2016 10:43:00 AM

Great idea. Why don,t you do it. You have a computer if you are on the blog

1/13/2016 05:39:00 PM  
Anonymous even the Greek guy said...

"People listen very carefully......Cancel all scrips to these rags and don't talk to ANY reporters. None of them are your friends. ♠️"

So true. No hand shakes for them.

1/13/2016 05:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As someone who was involved in three fatal shootings in my career ( all between 1984 -87) it should be noted that the CPD released my name and my partners to the press on all three occasions. Before I was even able to contact my family and let them know of my involvement since the investigation was still going on my mother was receiving phone calls from her friends saying " she didn't even give the other guy a chance to fire his gun". They all treated her as if I had done something wrong. I am not from a police family so she really didn't understand. When I finally got to speak to her I told her to ask them if they would have felt better calling her with condolences because her daughter had hesitated and been killed in the line of duty. She stopped speaking to many of her so called friends that day.
I can only imagine what would have happened if we had the Internet " back in the day". It's not fair to the families or the officers involved for that info to be released and the FOP should step up and demand protection for them but also the current bosses should do what we used to and have on duty coppers protect that family until the heat dies down. If they won't then I sincerely hope that current police will do the right thing and handle it on their own. I have been retired a few years and as much as I miss being the police I can't believe how much things have changed in so short a time. All I can say is I pray for you guys and girls everyday. Protect yourselves, each other, and your families first and always.

1/13/2016 06:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I recommend the officer have a case report done naming the reporters, the editors and the owners (do a little research) of those media outlets as offenders in a reckless conduct crime. It will have to be forwarded through channels for investigation, and will be the beginning of an anticipated chain of events. The Detective Division will most likely refuse to investigate it, or simply just suspend it and at that point the officer can work with an attorney since his civil rights were just violated, or he can also file a formal action request with the Union to seek remedy, and, if they too are inadequate in their response, his now employed attorney can add the FOP in the civil litigation. There are many options there, like breech of contract (officer with the Union) and a few other similar violation of the expected course of action required by the Union. And, all that is in addition to the civil action he will take against the offenders and their employers, holding them accountable for their reckless conduct. By the way, if the CPD declines to investigate the matter, he can go into court and seek a summons to have the offenders appear. That would circumvent the CPD role in the matter and possibly add the State Attorney and her minions into the lawsuit mix. I could guarantee rather large pool of attorneys that would spit their coffee to get a bite at the apple this would bring.

1/13/2016 06:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just googled Jeremy Gorner. Not very easy on the eyes. Natural expression---kinda looks like someone stuck a pole up his ass.

1/13/2016 06:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.411.com/name/Jeremy-M-Gorner/Chicago-IL/bsp9me9

1/13/2016 07:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
People listen very carefully......Cancel all scrips to these rags and don't talk to ANY reporters. None of them are your friends. ♠️

1/13/2016 07:09:00 AM


It doesn't matter if everyone cancels their subscription and quits buying the papers. They are most likely propped up by the government. The media is the fifth column, doing the governments bidding by undermining all that is good in this country. They are fanning the flames of the war on police. Look at how they go after Trump and Cruz, did Alfred E. Neuman get the same scrutiny? Whatever the outcome of the past eight years of full throttle descent to socialism, the media will be dealt with, whether by the socialists, as they will deem the media useful idiots whose usefulness has passed, or by patriots, who will try them for treason. Either way, pass the popcorn.

1/13/2016 08:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...
How does the media get a policeman's info?

1/13/2016 01:35:00 AM

GOOGLE, try it with your own name.

That's why I have said for years, EVERYTHING TO A POST OFFIC BOX.

1/13/2016 08:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never! trust a reporter, or the FBI

1/13/2016 09:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes I noticed that the Lugenpresse - "lying press" has done this nasty tactic of "doxing" publishing the names and personal information of police officers involved in altercations, but not indicted or convicted. The Lugenpresse did this in a heavy manner in Officer Wilson's case in Ferguson MO - basically telling BlackLivesMatter mobs where to find Officer Wilson's home and family.

Terrible!

The Chicago Sun Times is amongst the worst of the worst - The New York Daily News now being the worst.

I recommend, doxing the doxers.

Publish the names and home addresses of the nasty reporters doxing the police. Be polite, instruct everyone not to make threats or do anything illegal, but putting the word out who, where is definitely legit.

The neighbors and beat cops where these #*#&$# lugenpresse live should be aware that locals are trying to get honest police officers harassed, hurt or much worse.

This tactic is called "doxing" and it's very effective.

1/13/2016 08:52:00 AM

Jeez, what a maroon. Let's say you do publish a reporter's home address. So friggin what??? What are YOU gonna do about it? You can find Gorner's home address in about 30 seconds if you half half a brain. You gonna go to his home and harass him?? I seriously doubt it! No one else is, either. Grow the F up. Media reads this blog, you know.

1/13/2016 09:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The government media complex in the full anti-police mode! Protect blue nothing else matters! Would like to know what moron gave up coppers name!

1/13/2016 09:43:00 PM  
Anonymous don't take thm free papers said...

I've been buying my Sunday Shit Times and Crib tune from the dollar stores for years! A buck a piece (who knows who benefits) and during the week I use cltv, nbc, abc, etc and their site (for free) for limited info. Screw them

1/13/2016 11:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who was the "inside source" providing the officer's name? Whoever you are, you are a pile of feces and I hope karma comes back to you times ten.

Maybe IAD will do an investigation into who the inside source was within the department that gave away the officer's name........ yeah right.

1/14/2016 12:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
What if off duties volunteered to for security in situation like this? FOP could coordinate and help with money for gas and donuts?! It would take alot of pressure off anyone's shoulders in a situation like this.

1/13/2016 02:17:00 PM

Doughnuts? Seriously?

1/14/2016 01:40:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
The paper says a "source" Only people with the officers info is DIPRA and CPD. WTF. With all he heat DIPRA is taking would it surprise you those incompetent fucks are the source?

1/13/2016 01:31:00 PM

He did an interview. The photo was in their files. His info is on the net. No conspiracy.

1/14/2016 01:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Retired suburban PO here,
yes there are ways of finding out where the media lives, etc via LEADS/Soundex, etc. But don't get caught signed on to a computer using it for that purpose or they will hang you.
But a lot of them do not use their real names. Female reporters use their maiden names, like one from WGN, and others use a stage name. Back i the daydo you really think Dick Kay from one of the television stations was his real name?????????????



Dick Kay= Richard Snodgrass. My father HATED him. I remember if Ch 5 news was on, he'd tell us to change the channel because of him.

1/14/2016 02:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Gran Torino said...

Would not blame anyone for not being able to...or wanting to police this shithole. It would seem even police need some type of witness protection program in place with how the Sun crimes..and Tribbing une are acting.

1/14/2016 02:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All of our information is public record. Yes, all of it.

1/14/2016 06:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
I recommend the officer have a case report done naming the reporters, the editors and the owners (do a little research) of those media outlets as offenders in a reckless conduct crime. It will have to be forwarded through channels for investigation, and will be the beginning of an anticipated chain of events. The Detective Division will most likely refuse to investigate it, or simply just suspend it and at that point the officer can work with an attorney since his civil rights were just violated, or he can also file a formal action request with the Union to seek remedy, and, if they too are inadequate in their response, his now employed attorney can add the FOP in the civil litigation. There are many options there, like breech of contract (officer with the Union) and a few other similar violation of the expected course of action required by the Union. And, all that is in addition to the civil action he will take against the offenders and their employers, holding them accountable for their reckless conduct. By the way, if the CPD declines to investigate the matter, he can go into court and seek a summons to have the offenders appear. That would circumvent the CPD role in the matter and possibly add the State Attorney and her minions into the lawsuit mix. I could guarantee rather large pool of attorneys that would spit their coffee to get a bite at the apple this would bring.

1/13/2016 06:30:00 PM
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You are an idiot.

1/14/2016 07:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So why do we still have off duty officers working for the media? Readers voice their annoyance at officers who work VRI - yet no one cares about the persons who work "security" for Ch. 7 and are not smart enough to take down their CPD/FBI task force placard off the dashboard while parked on Lake St. We can find another side job and refuse to moonlight for the media whores. Dare i say that you're a whore if you work for the very folks who tar & feather us?

1/14/2016 11:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Anonymous Anonymous said...
The paper says a "source" Only people with the officers info is DIPRA and CPD. WTF. With all he heat DIPRA is taking would it surprise you those incompetent fucks are the source?

1/13/2016 01:31:00 PM

He did an interview. The photo was in their files. His info is on the net. No conspiracy.

1/14/2016 01:43:00 AM

Believe he did an interview when he graduated from the academy. Photo supposedly was taken then and put in the Tribunes file. They then used it a few days ago

1/14/2016 01:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Anonymous Anonymous said...
What if off duties volunteered to for security in situation like this? FOP could coordinate and help with money for gas and donuts?! It would take alot of pressure off anyone's shoulders in a situation like this.

1/13/2016 02:17:00 PM

Doughnuts? Seriously?

Gas? seriously? If you want to volunteer and help, don't worry about the gas. Thats why its called volunteering

1/14/2016 01:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When this happened to the reporter that gave the name of the officer in Ferguson, MO, didn't she start screaming for protection after all sorts of food delivery people showed up to her door?

Maybe the report that did this deserves the same treatment?

1/14/2016 02:44:00 PM  
Anonymous REPLY TO 1/14/2016 07:51:00 AM said...

(edited for time and space) ...... And, all that is in addition to the civil action he will take against the offenders and their employers, holding them accountable for their reckless conduct. By the way, if the CPD declines to investigate the matter, he can go into court and seek a summons to have the offenders appear. That would circumvent the CPD role in the matter and possibly add the State Attorney and her minions into the lawsuit mix. I could guarantee rather large pool of attorneys that would spit their coffee to get a bite at the apple this would bring.

1/13/2016 06:30:00 PM
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You are an idiot.

1/14/2016 07:51:00 AM
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To whoever wrote "You are an idiot", .... Your reply was short, to the point and completely baseless. Is it that you can't complete bigger sentences, or is it simply that you can't think on a scale larger than say, maybe a rock. I won't offer you any deeper explanation or justification of my thought, since it's apparent you most likely wouldn't be able to understand it, but to make it easier for you to grasp, it is to hold specific people accountable for their actions. The media is out of control and making them criminally responsible, or at least showing them by dangling a criminal offense over their heads will cause them to think. Hopefully some of them anyway, and since the City, County and subsequently the Department and it's entities like FOP, PBPA, AFSME etc, are being complicit and bowing to the political way through course and action, then they too should be held accountable. This officer was wronged and making people accountable for that and showing them they are not untouchable, no matter who they are or what entity they think they operate under might just cause them to be put in check, even if just in some small way.
Well, I guess I did try to explain it to you, but tried to keep it simple for your little mind to understand. Next time, have a full thought and don't be so afraid to show the rest of us your trying to think like a big boy or girl.

1/14/2016 02:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
How does the media get a policeman's info?

1/13/2016 01:35:00 AM

GOOGLE, try it with your own name.

That's why I have said for years, EVERYTHING TO A POST OFFIC BOX.

1/13/2016 08:44:00 PM

Yep. I had to show my partner a week ago. I was telling him about what I going through to get some of my info removed and told him to try his name. smh He wasn't pleased. They also post registry information like for Target etc. Now try a guy you know that killed somebody or has been to the joint several times. Hard to find anything.

1/14/2016 08:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1/13/2016 06:30:00 PM
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You are an idiot.

1/14/2016 07:51:00 AM
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To whoever wrote "You are an idiot", .... Your reply was short, to the point and completely baseless.

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Short? Yes. However, it at least fufills the criteria for being a complete sentence.

1/15/2016 11:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

" She didn't even give the other guy a chance to fire his gun."

1/13/2016 06:11:00 PM

That's called "Suddenly in a fight for your life against an armed criminal."

Where does this crap come from?

1/15/2016 08:08:00 PM  

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