23 May 2013

Justice Served,a Submission from MO Bro, and an Uninvited Guest

I mentioned the other day there were nearly 20 cases before the State board which oversees complaints against law enforcement officers.

According to a report in the Anchorage Daily News,
"Thirteen former police officers, state troopers and Department of Corrections employees lost the ability to work in law enforcement in Alaska Tuesday."
Details at the link.

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MO Bro finds this significant, and requests your attention to this:



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And finally, this also from the Daily News. We've all had uninvited guests drop by at dinner time ... ever wonder how they handle it in the animal world?

I don't think he's welcome...
Want to see what happens next?  Go here, in this series about bald eagles on the Kenai Peninsula.

4 comments:

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

Those involved in Benghazi need to be totally accountable. I can't understand how this administration can constantly sweep things under the rug and get away with it.

The eagles, great story. They are very smart to just wait for the food to come to them, instead of having to fish for it.

Rev. Paul said...

Sandy, we're agreed about the Benghazi coverup. About the eagles, I have mixed emotions - they'd do their own fishing if we didn't make it so easy.

Six said...

May their names be stricken forever and may I never remember that they were once my brothers and sisters.

Rev. Paul said...

That's the way I feel about them, too, Six.