....Check your inside information...it will be wrong also.
Sorry, one more statement:
You answered the first question. Thanks. He was speaking to a group.
Now...How about the other two questions??? Are you gonna answer?
One last post...
No. 1. You say, "I don't know if the police chief knew how old the minors were back in May 2008." You're finally right, you don't know.
Lets clarify, The Police Chief was approached by the Assistant Chief about rumors.
No. 2. You say "minors...back in May 2008"
You make it plural, like more than one minor. Was there more than one minor in question in May 2008? Were there any MINORS in question at that time that would lead the Police Chief to launch an investigation other than an inquisition? Other than a rumor brought to him by his Assistant Chief about a 19 year old officer dating a 17 year old female?
I ask you...
You are trying to connect a rumored 17 year old female dating a 19 year old police officer relationship, who was warned by the assistant chief about relations with underage people, with two convicted police officers of another crime at another time.
YOU REPORT BLINDLY AND WITH MALICE...
You are wrong by saying "An adult is an adult by the law." Especially when you apply it to 19 year old males dating 17 year old females, police or not. Research T.C.A. code
As the facts showed with the Dec 2008 TBI investigation, those minors were 16 years old and under.Emphasis
Yes, the December 2008 investigation that Chief Snyder requested revealed that. But your reporting emplies that prior to that, the 14 and 16 year olds were known to the department as victims, and that is false reporting. It is not true.
Detective Jackson's failure to investigate the report from the mother is another indication that she failed to handle crucial evidence.
Did Detective Jackson file a report?
You reported that she is a 19 year veteran of the Cleveland Police Department.
Where does the burden lie?
You lied. You said Cleveland Police were not under 21 years of age and gave a link to a city website that was not up in 2008. In December 2008, the Chief's Requested TBI investigation revealed that ANOTHER incident into itself had been revealed. Twist some more.
That is policy of today, not 2008, research, research, research...
The Enquirer might want to investigate that further also...You wouldn't think that this newspaper would allow a story to be twisted and turned like this one has just because Todd South befriended Duff Brumley during his investigation of the Valentine's Day Murder's. Now this paper is trying to salvage some sense of honest journalism ethic by revealing every disciplinary action ever issued by the Cleveland Police Department. The Cleveland Police Department has levied every discipline allowed by policy and law. Research it, and report all the facts, not just those that create a biased opinion.
The Cleveland Police Department did hire officers under 21, your facts are wrong
I think you need to research more. You are wrong again.