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Justice served at MPD; now it's time to move on

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Oregonize

He should never have been given a second chance, but I do look much more favorably on the MPD now that he is not contaminating their reputation.

Lulu

Justice definitely wasn't served. McMinnville experienced its own shameful version of Rodney King. What an embarrassment. Where was the second videotape during the initial investigation? Something is rotten in this town. Moving on would be so convenient. I'm not budging.

F-Minus

"I'm not budging."

All budging aside, have you entertained any thoughts of holding a sit-in out in front of the courthouse?

F-Minus

Sometimes nothing more than an heartfelt apology is all that is required for a person to move on. Don't know that the deputy involved in this incident has tendered one to Hippolita, but I am quite positive doing at least that much wouldn't hurt either of the parties concerned. Just my opinion, not that my opinion matters.

sbagwell

F-Minus:
Could you drop me an e-mail. I have a question for you.
Thanks.
Steve

F-Minus

Go ahead and ask it here, Steve.

sbagwell

If I wanted to ask it here, I would have asked it here.
Drop me an e-mail please. Thanks.
Steve

Lulu

I was considering the sit-in, but probably I'd be tased.
Heartfelt apology? Sure, that makes everything just peachy.

Lulu

Unbreak my arm.

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