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May 08, 2013

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I knew you wouldnt post my comments about the USC party incident..... You guys (LAPD Command Staff) are the worst types of people. Your fake and should be booked for impersinating leaders.

Amen LAPD55 !!!!!

Why is it whenever there is some sort of meeting with the community, the command staff allows themselves to be verbally berated by the attendees never present a case in defense of the officers. It's always platitudes, references to "transparency" and "we're going to look into this". I think the LAPD captain at this meeting was quoted as saying he'll "make sure this doesn't happen again", or something along those lines. What if the officers' actions were appropriate? How would they act the next time? As far as "leaders" go: LAPD doesn't have many. Managers, maybe. Poor ones at that. The LAPD is probably the most inefficient department in America. Leaders? Ha!

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