In the Journal this morning, link, we find that another few hundred thousand tax dollars have been wasted.
It turns out that some petty tyrant abused the power entrusted to him. He got a 90 day suspension.
Whomever it was who was, whose job is was to was to enforce ethics and standards that don't enable this kind of abuse in the first place, remains unidentified and more importantly will suffer no suspension at all.
The chain of command, isn't immediately apparent.
The Journal reporter is still holding the turd and trying
to figure out which is the clean end;
the failure to dig one inch deeper and to inform the democracy
burning one of their untouchable friends
On whose desk should the responsibility for this scandal come to rest?
Where does the buck stop?
Is it reasonable to expect that
Mayor Richard Berry should
Should his expectations for
his subordinates been clearer?
No leader can be personally aware of everything and, the line is blurry.
Chief Gordon Eden.
Should he have known what
was going on?
Did he know what was going on?
If not, why not?
And then there's the guy who thinks he's in charge of everything.
An obnoxious chain smoking little
tyrant, link, and bejeweled butt plug*
CABQ CAO Rob Perry. * Amazon,
He's a guy with enough power to have nipped this scandal in the bud, and close enough to the scandal that he should have known.
Did Rob Perry negligently allow or knowingly permit chief Katz to run amok?
photo Mark Bralley