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  1. #11
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    The SO is attempting to recruit via Facebook for various jail positions. Bob should include the link to this article and video if he was interested in truth in advertising. Maybe then potential recruits will think twice before even considering this demoralized workplace.
    As with most things she got what she deserved and nobody is demoralized. She choked the handcuffed woman out for no reason and busted the woman’s friggin arm for no reason. The woman was standing there drunk not saying a damn thing. WTF. Who would ever think that was justified.

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    You see that screenshot Bay News 9 put on the story? You see the male desk deputy's stretched out arm? Somebody, anybody, tell us WTF he was doing? And BTW

    "Deputy Gee then escorted Butler to the booking counter, where she attempted to obtain Butler’s name for the purpose of identifying her, but Butler did not respond to Deputy Gee’s questioning."

    Bob's padding is so ...padlike. I guess the computer doesn't pop up suspect's name, or maybe the arresting deputy didn't know her name, or...jeesh.....AND this woman swayed....and who took off her shoes, and why? Please tell me it's for safety...no, it's to be an asshole...like every detention finds a way whenever they can. She should have never been arrested. Protect and serve, MFer's....once in awhile.

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    These highly publicized firings are great recruiting tools. Keep up the good work Bob!

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    You know it’s time to just set this forum on fire and walk away when juggalos are posting links to their shitty music in a post about a bad termination. This place has officially exceeded hot garbage.

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    Actually inmate Butler did physically resist deputy Gee by pulling away twice, which caused the legal use of force. Gee took Butler down but did not break her arm intentionally, the contact with the floor did while the Butler was struggling. As far as Gee's takedown of Butler, the sheriff has ruled that choke holds are allowed by setting precedent in the Madeira Beach incident with Sgt. Bingham. Bad termination, I hope she fights it and wins. Worst case, she should be given a letter of reprimand and sent to remedial use of force training. Let this incident be a reminder to all the jail deputies, especially those who are working booking that this sheriff does not back you up but will fire you whenever he feels like it due to his inconsistent enforcement and interpretation of the GOs.
    Since when is being drunk and wobbly "pulling away"? Got those Barney Fife glasses on again?

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