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(The Daily Progress)   Remember the ABC agent who accosted the college woman for buying water? Turns out, he was moved around and passed over for promotion because his bosses were concerned about his abilities. Of course, he's suing   (dailyprogress.com) divider line 12
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2013-12-28 12:13:06 PM
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Thanks everybody for clearing up the article.  I'm really wondering about this, though.

"It was one of more than 50 personnel moves among about 120 agents and supervisors that Walker made over a 15-month period ending in January 2013, according to internal agency memos."

What the hell is going on in that department that more than 40% of the agents are being moved or reassigned in a little over a year?
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-12-28 09:44:01 AM
2 votes:
rumpelstiltskin

You're right. False arrest guy was promoted to supervisor and the acting supervisor he displaced filed a grievance.
2013-12-28 09:34:07 AM
2 votes:
I'm hungover and seeing double, but I could swear that story says the guy who got transferred is not the guy who was passed over promotion and is suing.
2013-12-28 12:59:08 PM
1 votes:
Peter and His Principles
2013-12-28 12:30:21 PM
1 votes:
Typhoid:
I chose this one for the "taking it seriously" malarky.

Damn.  That is farked up.  Thanks.

/Google is not your friend.  You are their product.
2013-12-28 12:25:45 PM
1 votes:
What's crazy is that a twenty year-old can be arrested for buying beer.

Yeesh.
2013-12-28 12:21:51 PM
1 votes:

rugman11: Thanks everybody for clearing up the article.  I'm really wondering about this, though.

"It was one of more than 50 personnel moves among about 120 agents and supervisors that Walker made over a 15-month period ending in January 2013, according to internal agency memos."

What the hell is going on in that department that more than 40% of the agents are being moved or reassigned in a little over a year?


I'd say it is either a case of a good guy finally taking charge and removing all the bad apples from his tree, or he is a crooked farker and getting rid of all the people that aren't taking part in his scaremongering and willing to stand up for themselves... The coming year will reveal his colors...
2013-12-28 12:17:59 PM
1 votes:

Fursecution: I don't remember.  Could someone provide a link to the original incident?


Google is your friend: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/06/29/virginia-univers i ty-alcohol-arrest-charlottesville-bottled-water/2475427/

I chose this one for the "taking it seriously" malarky.
2013-12-28 12:05:11 PM
1 votes:
I don't remember.  Could someone provide a link to the original incident?
2013-12-28 12:04:39 PM
1 votes:

cameroncrazy1984: ZAZ: rumpelstiltskin

You're right. False arrest guy was promoted to supervisor and the acting supervisor he displaced filed a grievance.

No wonder the ABC is so poorly-run: they promote guys who can't even tell the difference between water and beer.


Ever have bud lite?
2013-12-28 11:59:55 AM
1 votes:

ZAZ: rumpelstiltskin

You're right. False arrest guy was promoted to supervisor and the acting supervisor he displaced filed a grievance.


No wonder the ABC is so poorly-run: they promote guys who can't even tell the difference between water and beer.
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-12-28 09:24:10 AM
1 votes:
The summer before Taylor led the operation in which authorities charged Daly, 20, with three felonies after agents mistook water for beer, the head of ABC's law enforcement wing decided Taylor had lost command of his troops in Lynchburg and asked him to transfer to Staunton.

Sounds like the Catholic Church. And probably many other large organizations where it's hard to fire bad employees.
 
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