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A Straight-talking S.F. Police Officers representative tells the media what’s so.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on April 21st, 2009

This is nearly a 3-year old story, but I’m posting it because I’m impressed with straight talk and this is a great example.

Gary Delagnes, head of the San Francisco Police Officers Association tells the media the truth about a good policeman and felon who caused his death during a high-speed chase. The link to the press conference is below. Don’t you wish we could count on straight talk from all sectors of our government?

Officer Nick Birco was killed July 26, 2006 when his patrol car was struck by a van carrying persons involved in an earlier robbery.

http://mfile.akamai.com/12948/wmv/vod.ibsys.com/2006/0728/9591734.300k.asx

One Response to “A Straight-talking S.F. Police Officers representative tells the media what’s so.”

  1. Darrell Says:

    This guy is right on the money! Our system makes judges nearly untouchable! That’s disgusting!

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