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(Venice Florida dot com)   That cop who was fired after arresting his supervisor's nephew? Turns out his reports were being deleted -- by the folks investigating and accusing him of deleting his reports   (venfl.com) divider line 107
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2009-10-01 12:49:17 PM
I, for one, am shocked.


/no I'm not
 
2009-10-01 01:05:42 PM
Sounds like a whole lot of people need to be fired, starting with not this guy.
 
2009-10-01 01:09:13 PM
Blues_X: I, for one, am shocked.

/no I'm not


I wish I was even slightly surprised.
 
2009-10-01 01:22:08 PM
After reading the article in more detail, this part is bothering me even more:

Absolutely not, she very angrily stated, this was nothing that warranted an investigation.

Police Chief Julie Williams should be investigated, along with almost every other level of the police in that town. Obviously corruption happens, but this is starting to sound like it's so ingrained into the culture in Venice that the entire department should be investigated.
 
2009-10-01 01:35:54 PM
My dad lives in Venice, FL so I'm not getting a kick....
 
2009-10-01 01:43:29 PM
Major WTF here. Also, mods should have changed this to FLORIDA tag, despite it being a follow-up.
 
2009-10-01 02:33:37 PM
One more reason why I want out of this state.
 
2009-10-01 02:34:44 PM
It's nice to see at least some cops getting a taste of what it is like to deal with cops.
 
2009-10-01 02:35:51 PM
ranak: One more reason why I want out of this state.

come to texas, we don't have a fark tag yet
 
2009-10-01 02:36:12 PM
Dont piss off your IT people... we're like the janitor in the Breakfast club
 
2009-10-01 02:36:49 PM
But, but, but... how can this happen? The 'bad' cops make up a tiny, tiny, tiny fraction of a percent of the whole. I know- I read it here on Fark.
 
2009-10-01 02:36:55 PM
Morchella: My dad lives in Venice, FL so I'm not getting a kick....

Does he have ID? What's he doing in Venice anyway? Does he have anything in his pockets that's going to stick me? Whoa whoa, calm down. CALM DOWN!!
 
2009-10-01 02:41:50 PM
Crooked cops?
unpossible
 
2009-10-01 02:41:57 PM
Fire them all, let God sort it out.
 
2009-10-01 02:42:59 PM
There's jobs in Venice!

would be politically correct and a public service if the press would include the address of the personnel department in these stories
 
2009-10-01 02:43:50 PM
THIS is what journalism is supposed to look like.
 
2009-10-01 02:46:42 PM
IdBeCrazyIf: Dont piss off your IT people... we're like the janitor in the Breakfast club

Ummm, the IT guy in this article just sounds completely incompetent or a criminal. I wouldn't want to associate myself with being his type of IT person.
 
2009-10-01 02:49:51 PM
I think I read this in a Philip K. Dick short story. How did our hero get out of it?
 
DVD
2009-10-01 02:52:40 PM
I get this lesson out of it: If you intend on being a good cop, doing the job correctly and uprightly, don't plan on lasting more than 6 months in a place like Venice, where your follow cops will find reason to nail your uncorruptable hide to the wall?
 
2009-10-01 02:53:03 PM
The Stupid. It hurts...
 
2009-10-01 02:53:06 PM
SquishyLizard: THIS is what journalism is supposed to look like.

THIS. I'd pay for a paper if it was filled this kind of thing.
 
2009-10-01 02:55:12 PM
DVD: I get this lesson out of it: If you intend on being a good cop, doing the job correctly and uprightly, don't plan on lasting more than 6 months in a place like Venice, whereanywhere. Your fellow cops will find reason to nail your uncorruptable hide to the wall.


FTFY
 
2009-10-01 02:55:50 PM
Can we PLEASE just give the whole damn state of Florida to Cuba? Maybe Mexico?
 
2009-10-01 02:56:29 PM
Wanna see my surprised face?
1.media.tumblr.com
 
2009-10-01 02:57:08 PM
Come on, they're just reinacting the crime is all...
 
2009-10-01 02:58:09 PM
Everybody panic!
 
2009-10-01 02:58:33 PM
One would think that the IT department of a POLICE force could do forensics. Heck, I could do better computer forensics than that dude. Actually, so could my wifie, and software is NOT her forte.

/Surprised by this story? Me?
 
2009-10-01 02:58:35 PM
snocone: There's jobs in Venice!

Not really.

/Works in Venice, so I'm really getting....you know the rest.
 
2009-10-01 02:59:39 PM
I smell a lawsuit.
 
2009-10-01 02:59:39 PM
Whitey Bear: It's nice to see at least some cops getting a taste of what it is like to deal with cops.

Yeah, but it looks like the one decent cop in the dept. is the one getting s**t on by the other cops, so it's hard to really enjoy it.
 
2009-10-01 03:01:40 PM
If you read both parts, it's actually insane....this officer must be banging his head against the wall in frustration.

Anyone know if he got a new job?
 
2009-10-01 03:05:17 PM
bukketmaster: Whitey Bear: It's nice to see at least some cops getting a taste of what it is like to deal with cops.

Yeah, but it looks like the one decent cop in the dept. is the one getting s**t on by the other cops, so it's hard to really enjoy it.


This is what happens to good cops.
 
2009-10-01 03:05:41 PM
anyone else find both of these installments to be very poorly written and hard to follow?
(or am i just coffee deprived today?)
 
2009-10-01 03:06:24 PM
davidphogan
IdBeCrazyIf: Dont piss off your IT people... we're like the janitor in the Breakfast club

Ummm, the IT guy in this article just sounds completely incompetent or a criminal. I wouldn't want to associate myself with being his type of IT person.


Or was he being asked to "loose" the records or face some sort of recourse from above?
 
2009-10-01 03:07:51 PM
fernanernie: davidphogan
IdBeCrazyIf: Dont piss off your IT people... we're like the janitor in the Breakfast club

Ummm, the IT guy in this article just sounds completely incompetent or a criminal. I wouldn't want to associate myself with being his type of IT person.

Or was he being asked to "loose" the records or face some sort of recourse from above?


Going along with it sounds fairly criminal to me.
 
2009-10-01 03:10:01 PM
No "that's some fine deleting work there Lou" comments yet?
 
2009-10-01 03:11:43 PM
Don't the feds investigate stuff like this?

// what happened to you, florida?
// you used to be cool.
 
2009-10-01 03:14:06 PM
"Rose's documented narrative is incredibly difficult to follow without plotting it out graphically on paper. For all I can tell, the pair of them spent an afternoon downloading midget porn and then came up with this mish-mosh of a tale just to keep the boss from asking questions."

Why can't my local newspaper reporters write like this? I'd start subscribing again.
 
2009-10-01 03:15:59 PM
Where's Cruiser12?
 
2009-10-01 03:16:02 PM
cdn.holytaco.com

cops = unskilled labor

/link is as hot as the inside of this cops legs after a long walk
 
2009-10-01 03:18:44 PM
I lived in Venice for 18 years before moving. Most of the cops are good. It's the supervisors that are jerks. They have been for years.
 
2009-10-01 03:21:47 PM
gorgor: Where's Cruiser12?

Cruiser12 only gets involved when it isn't quite so blatant police misconduct. I don't think either he or JamesLi could defend this shait.
 
2009-10-01 03:25:21 PM
I like this writer, reminds me of Fletch.
 
2009-10-01 03:29:42 PM
They're not even trying to look innocent.

They might as well raid the paper on a bogus search warrant for illegal drugs and porn, seize the equipment, arrest the reporters, and tazer any lawyer trying to get them free.

/and the Chief looks fat
 
2009-10-01 03:32:17 PM
Whitey Bear: It's nice to see at least some cops getting a taste of what it is like to deal with cops.

THIS
 
2009-10-01 03:34:06 PM
davidphogan: IT guy in this article just sounds completely incompetent or a criminal

A little of both. I work in IT, getting a kick, and it's pretty damned easy to delete things so you can never tell they were there.

/amateurs.
 
2009-10-01 03:37:41 PM
MadMonk: I like this writer, reminds me of Fletch.

Maybe that's why he is a ultrafarker?
 
2009-10-01 03:40:42 PM
It's all a big misunderstanding...they're only practicing "thinking like criminals"
 
2009-10-01 03:43:13 PM
fredklein: But, but, but... how can this happen? The 'bad' cops make up a tiny, tiny, tiny fraction of a percent of the whole. I know- I read it here on Fark.

Wow, all I ever read here is how every single cop is bad and corrupt with no exceptions. Strange.
 
2009-10-01 03:43:24 PM
devildog123: gorgor: Where's Cruiser12?

Cruiser12 only gets involved when it isn't quite so blatant police misconduct. I don't think either he or JamesLi could defend this shait.


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