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    Javi you got lucky that 48 hours weren’t there.

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    As far as we are concerned, these involved investigators including the internal affairs unit, committed the crime of aiding and abetting. They willfully sidetracked the witness, adding stress and confusion to her distressed state of mind. Their dismissive and lack of interest in acquiring accurate information in order to assist and omit the officers accounts of the incident, is purely and definitely a crime. There is definitely corrupt Internal Affairs officers and supervisors who are improperly and illegally sharing confidential information pertaining to others in the department. Dear chief, we have confidence in you and please immediately remove these people before history repeats itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    As far as we are concerned, these involved investigators including the internal affairs unit, committed the crime of aiding and abetting. They willfully sidetracked the witness, adding stress and confusion to her distressed state of mind. Their dismissive and lack of interest in acquiring accurate information in order to assist and omit the officers accounts of the incident, is purely and definitely a crime. There is definitely corrupt Internal Affairs officers and supervisors who are improperly and illegally sharing confidential information pertaining to others in the department. Dear chief, we have confidence in you and please immediately remove these people before history repeats itself.
    Well unless you have a law degree don’t give use you’re opinions

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    Began at Carlos Albizo University and finished at Harvard. Gentlemen, this is serious and definitely not a game amidst this era of non transparent police agencies and organizations. The world needs to respect police, and in return, agencies owe those they serve, fairness and truth all the time. The chief must rectify this atrocious act immediately. It is his duty to do right by his community. He cannot continue to service this community, while having complete knowledge that his men and women collaborated, maliciously, and deliberately unfulfilled a fair and thorough investigation, which led to the death of a decent human being and citizen.

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    These selfish individuals who have violated policies, abused the public, coerced internal affairs unit to alter testimonies and time restrictions on pending investigations, have cost our city millions of dollars. This is totally totally unacceptable and an end to all this must be implemented. We are asking for officials to mandate body worn cameras to be worn by first line supervisors and lieutenants. We have supervisors who were never street cops and now patrol and engage citizens inappropriately and expect for their officers to respond and clean up their crap. The actions taken by the internal affairs unit during this crash incident is despicable, atrocious and criminal!!! We demand for this retired officer to be brought forward and be questioned immediately!!!!
    Nestor it’s okay you can post here 1000 times we know you are the one driving this with billy. By the way no one cares.

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    Nestor it’s okay you can post here 1000 times we know you are the one driving this with billy. By the way no one cares.
    I love it! You are still talking about Nestor 3 years later after he retired. Javi how many officers have you screwed over this year? Not as many caused your ROD! Bla Bla Bla 🤣

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    High profiled attorneys assigned to the case have determined numerous members have come forward under the Whistle Blower Act indicating that members of the traffic unit in connection with the alleged pursuit of the motorcyclist, have worked for Internal Affairs and also have relatives in Internal Affairs. This clearly identifies a conflict of interest and depicts a definite cover up. The Miami Herald,CNN and the New Times have been made aware. Dear Chief Colina and Mayor Francis Suarez, we are kindly asking you to immediately attend to this matter. We as members who positively represent this department day in and day out, refuse to be labeled as corrupt, unreliable, untrustworthy and racist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    High profiled attorneys assigned to the case have determined numerous members have come forward under the Whistle Blower Act indicating that members of the traffic unit in connection with the alleged pursuit of the motorcyclist, have worked for Internal Affairs and also have relatives in Internal Affairs. This clearly identifies a conflict of interest and depicts a definite cover up. The Miami Herald,CNN and the New Times have been made aware. Dear Chief Colina and Mayor Francis Suarez, we are kindly asking you to immediately attend to this matter. We as members who positively represent this department day in and day out, refuse to be labeled as corrupt, unreliable, untrustworthy and racist.
    no. I think I won’t. It’s a bullshit case inflated by a few Twitter liberals. So no F off

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    no. I think I won’t. It’s a bullshit case inflated by a few Twitter liberals. So no F off
    Don’t think this case is over! People need to be held accountable. Transferring the IA investigator and the corrupt Major Jesus IBalmea who was found negligent of duty by the CIP in Ortiz social media complaint is not going to be enough.

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    Began at Carlos Albizo University and finished at Harvard. Gentlemen, this is serious and definitely not a game amidst this era of non transparent police agencies and organizations. The world needs to respect police, and in return, agencies owe those they serve, fairness and truth all the time. The chief must rectify this atrocious act immediately. It is his duty to do right by his community. He cannot continue to service this community, while having complete knowledge that his men and women collaborated, maliciously, and deliberately unfulfilled a fair and thorough investigation, which led to the death of a decent human being and citizen.
    You must be like Suarez Sr a minority admission were you able to understand the professors.

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