Thursday, November 26, 2009

Jury doesn't believe APD Chief Ray Schultz, taxpayers out $662,000.00.

Albuquerque Chief of Police Ray Schultz tried to get jurors to believe that there is no such thing as the "blue wall of silence".

Jurors weren't going for it, link,
and they awarded the victim
$662,000.00, plus another
$200,000.00 or so in legal fees.

Still unclear at this point,

  1. why Schultz thought anyone would believe such an indefensible argument,
  2. why he was appointed as Chief of Police despite overwhelming evidence that it was a bad appointment, and
  3. how much longer we will have to put up with this kind of leadership in our police department.

photo Mark Bralley

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

White and Schultz need to go. Albuquerque needs protection from these two.