Yeah, the fact that these are Volunteers that are "getting hosed" (pun intended) just adds more insult. These are folks that leave whatever JOB they
are paid to do and then they drive THEIR veh. and run into burning snip for everyone else and NOT receive $$$ makes their sacrifice even more dearer.
All the hours of training, schooling when they should be 'off', they have ALL of My r-e-s-p-e-c-t in this world...
Thats why I added the part of the brain-donor Officer.. I can see Him whining "I'm a paid professional..." any TURD that would make providing Public
Service more difficult shouldn't be IN "Public Service" unless that is servicing toilets at the City Water Depot...
I didn't read that in the article, so i was just curious as to how the whole shoving thing started.
Sounds like this officer has some problems and needs to be fired and charged.
I know I sure can't go to an ongoing fire and try to tell the firefighters what to do or try to enter the premises without being reprimanded, not sure
how a badge makes that any different. He put others lives at risk and caused a total loss of the property.
All the volunteers need to step back and let the cops handle the fires. Seriously. If the cops think they have the right to call the shots on the
scene of a fire, let them handle it. All the volunteers just don't show up next time a call comes in and let the Mayor know that's how it's going to
be till that asshat is fired.
I think it is a bit obvious that the cop was trying to hide something by breaking the windows and fanning the flames. How did the fire start. Did
the cop start the fire. Did he run the fire fighters off before they found the evidence.
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