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    DDRB Board Members Betrayed the Papier’s today!

    Sorry Folks but money is more important than friendship. At the last staff meeting, Chief Acevedo made it very clear that the department is very top-heavy. At least 5 Majors and others will need to be demoted. At Today’s DDRB hearing the following staff members sent a clear message to the Chief that they are loyal and stand behind his decisions no matter what.

    The following staff members are in good standing today

    Major Eric Gonzalez (Loyal Friend of the Papiers)
    Major Albert Guerra (Loyal super close Friend of the Papiers)
    Major Tony Diaz (Kiss Ass)
    Commander Manny Abreu (Loyal Friend of the Papiers)
    Commander Fabria Ellington (They needed a black plus a female)

    These are the same people that were kissing Deputy Chief Papiers has two months ago when they thought he was going to become Chief. None of these people can be trusted.

    Nerly 100% you are fired. Time to look for a good lawyer for Arbitration

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    Miami chief’s ‘You lie, you die’ mandate cited in call for firing high-ranking female cop

    Three days before Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo was officially sworn in, he drew a line in the sand to the city’s command staff: “You lie, You die,” warned the incoming chief, suggesting changes were coming within the department.

    That same morning, Nerly Papier, one of the city’s top-ranked female police officers, a cop who grew up in the department working her way from a job as a temp to become Little Havana NET commander, hit a curb with her city-issued SUV. She blew out two tires, then continued to drive the vehicle, damaging its rims on her way to the office.

    Now, Papier and her husband Ronald Papier, the city’s deputy chief and acting chief for two months during the transition to Acevedo, are fighting to hang onto their their jobs. The couple were suspended two weeks after Acevedo’s swearing in on April 2. By the middle of May, an Internal Affairs investigation recommended they be fired for not following the proper chain of command after the SUV accident.

    And despite the city refusing to say if any others were punished for alleged involvement in Nerly Papier’s crash, the Miami Herald has learned that seven other officers — almost everyone who had anything to do with the accident and its aftermath — have received written reprimands.

    The city has also refused public records requests for information or any paperwork involving the move to terminate the Papiers, including copies of recommended terminations from an Internal Affairs investigation that the city has spoken about publicly.

    Still, the Miami Herald has learned that the recommended ouster of Nerly Papier by Internal Affairs stems from actions she took during and after the incident and her explanation of what occurred, which investigators say didn’t jibe with their findings.

    Why her husband is on the chopping block, remains unclear. After assuming office, Acevedo expressed a desire for Internal Affairs to report directly to him. Before his suspension, that had been Papier’s job for most of the past decade.

    In Nerly Papier’s letter of reprimand from Internal Affairs, investigators determined she fudged the truth on several occasions, never acknowledged that there were pedestrians on the sidewalk when her SUV rode over the curb and did not mention she ran two red lights on her way to the station after the accident. The report also says that Nerly Papier told the commander in charge of property that she had two flAt. tires and never mentioned she was in an accident.

    The document also mentions Acevedo’s April 2 statement to staff about truthfulness and says the commander’s “poor sound judgment” limits her ability to “function as an effective commander.”

    Acevedo’s statement was “a clear warning to all staff members and subordinate officers that dishonesty and poor judgment in policing will not be tolerated under his administration,” the investigating officer wrote in the recommendation for discipline note. “Chief Acevedo further notified all persons present, including Commander Papier, that if he discovers any of his officers violate a sacred trust, a community standard, or betrays the MPD badge, their careers are at stake.”

    The Herald has not been able to obtain the Internal Affairs document recommending the firing of Deputy Chief Ronald Papier.

    Miami’s highest-ranking police couple have hired Fraternal Order of Police Attorney Eugene Gibbons to represent them. Gibbons is demanding the city heed a request for the Papier’s to remain on the force, but as captains. It would allow them to retain most or all of their benefits at reduced salaries.

    Gibbons said the couple have had remarkable careers with no history of disciplinary action. He wouldn’t go into detail of claims against the deputy chief, but said Nerly Papier informed everyone in her chain of command about the incident, including senior officers.

    “It’s quite obvious the chief doesn’t want them in his upper echelon,” Gibbons said. “It’s absolute nonsense what they’re being accused of.”

    Earlier this week, the city’s Civil Service Board agreed to a hearing in which the couple will argue for the right to remain with the department, but as captains. They were scheduled to go before police department disciplinary review board on Friday, a hearing Gibbons said he takes issue with because it is currently composed of Acevedo appointees.

    “These allegations are outlandish and not supported,” Gibbons said.

    Acevedo, reached by phone Friday, didn’t want to comment on the case before reading the report from the disciplinary review panel. He said he expects to reach a decision on the Papiers by next week.


    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/loc...252151853.html

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    Wow! Albert Guerra was tweeting today while at the Papiers DDRB shame on you The man that help you out to get to the position your in. He even gave you the answers to the promotional exam.

    https://twitter.com/albertguerrampd/...6815337472?s=2

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    Richie Perez was one of the main culprit in that. There's a list floating around from the 2015 Lt test that shows he saw the test. They promised him promotion to Major if he help leaking the details to the F&F plan including the IA, SWAT & kids of the 80s cops cliks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Richie Perez was one of the main culprit in that. There's a list floating around from the 2015 Lt test that shows he saw the test. They promised him promotion to Major if he help leaking the details to the F&F plan including the IA, SWAT & kids of the 80s cops cliks.
    Yes very true! Thanks to him a lot of people are Majors and Commanders today.

    Umset Ramos
    Albert Guerra
    Erick Gonzalez
    Manny Abru
    Freedy Cruz
    Jesus IBalmea

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    Wow! Albert Guerra was tweeting today while at the Papiers DDRB shame on you The man that help you out to get to the position your in. He even gave you the answers to the promotional exam.

    https://twitter.com/albertguerrampd/...6815337472?s=2
    Al how many times you’ve been to the Papiers house for celebration, shame on u

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    There's no honor amount thief

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Yes very true! Thanks to him a lot of people are Majors and Commanders today.

    Umset Ramos
    Albert Guerra
    Erick Gonzalez
    Manny Abru
    Freedy Cruz
    Jesus IBalmea
    Ronnie it Goes to show what you built was a team of disloyal f..ks. Look back and see where you went wrong. Maybe they learned it from seeing you screwing over your family and friends. I’ve never seen a DDRB screw over a staff member like they did you guys. They must have had strong evidence against them.

    This reminds me of the naked Emperor's New Clothes story. They all lied to you and you thought they were going to vote for you guys. Wow De singaron!
    https://youtu.be/G5IhnnWzXEs

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    Miami chief’s ‘You lie, you die’ mandate cited in call for firing high-ranking female cop

    Three days before Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo was officially sworn in, he drew a line in the sand to the city’s command staff: “You lie, You die,” warned the incoming chief, suggesting changes were coming within the department.

    That same morning, Nerly Papier, one of the city’s top-ranked female police officers, a cop who grew up in the department working her way from a job as a temp to become Little Havana NET commander, hit a curb with her city-issued SUV. She blew out two tires, then continued to drive the vehicle, damaging its rims on her way to the office.

    Now, Papier and her husband Ronald Papier, the city’s deputy chief and acting chief for two months during the transition to Acevedo, are fighting to hang onto their their jobs. The couple were suspended two weeks after Acevedo’s swearing in on April 2. By the middle of May, an Internal Affairs investigation recommended they be fired for not following the proper chain of command after the SUV accident.

    And despite the city refusing to say if any others were punished for alleged involvement in Nerly Papier’s crash, the Miami Herald has learned that seven other officers — almost everyone who had anything to do with the accident and its aftermath — have received written reprimands.

    The city has also refused public records requests for information or any paperwork involving the move to terminate the Papiers, including copies of recommended terminations from an Internal Affairs investigation that the city has spoken about publicly.

    Still, the Miami Herald has learned that the recommended ouster of Nerly Papier by Internal Affairs stems from actions she took during and after the incident and her explanation of what occurred, which investigators say didn’t jibe with their findings.

    Why her husband is on the chopping block, remains unclear. After assuming office, Acevedo expressed a desire for Internal Affairs to report directly to him. Before his suspension, that had been Papier’s job for most of the past decade.

    In Nerly Papier’s letter of reprimand from Internal Affairs, investigators determined she fudged the truth on several occasions, never acknowledged that there were pedestrians on the sidewalk when her SUV rode over the curb and did not mention she ran two red lights on her way to the station after the accident. The report also says that Nerly Papier told the commander in charge of property that she had two flAt. tires and never mentioned she was in an accident.

    The document also mentions Acevedo’s April 2 statement to staff about truthfulness and says the commander’s “poor sound judgment” limits her ability to “function as an effective commander.”

    Acevedo’s statement was “a clear warning to all staff members and subordinate officers that dishonesty and poor judgment in policing will not be tolerated under his administration,” the investigating officer wrote in the recommendation for discipline note. “Chief Acevedo further notified all persons present, including Commander Papier, that if he discovers any of his officers violate a sacred trust, a community standard, or betrays the MPD badge, their careers are at stake.”

    The Herald has not been able to obtain the Internal Affairs document recommending the firing of Deputy Chief Ronald Papier.

    Miami’s highest-ranking police couple have hired Fraternal Order of Police Attorney Eugene Gibbons to represent them. Gibbons is demanding the city heed a request for the Papier’s to remain on the force, but as captains. It would allow them to retain most or all of their benefits at reduced salaries.

    Gibbons said the couple have had remarkable careers with no history of disciplinary action. He wouldn’t go into detail of claims against the deputy chief, but said Nerly Papier informed everyone in her chain of command about the incident, including senior officers.

    “It’s quite obvious the chief doesn’t want them in his upper echelon,” Gibbons said. “It’s absolute nonsense what they’re being accused of.”

    Earlier this week, the city’s Civil Service Board agreed to a hearing in which the couple will argue for the right to remain with the department, but as captains. They were scheduled to go before police department disciplinary review board on Friday, a hearing Gibbons said he takes issue with because it is currently composed of Acevedo appointees.

    “These allegations are outlandish and not supported,” Gibbons said.

    Acevedo, reached by phone Friday, didn’t want to comment on the case before reading the report from the disciplinary review panel. He said he expects to reach a decision on the Papiers by next week.

    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/loc...252151853.html
    Is Gibbions on drugs??? Gibbons said he takes issue with having the DDRB because it is currently composed of Acevedo appointees. “These allegations are outlandish and not supported,” Gibbons said.

    All the people that sat on the DDRB board were appointed by Colina and Papier but mostly hand picked by Papier because he was going to be the next chief.

    The Papier’s thought they had the hearing stack on their favor especially with Eric Gonzalez, Albert Guerra, and Manny Abru. How can these people ever look at them in the eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Yes very true! Thanks to him a lot of people are Majors and Commanders today.

    Umset Ramos
    Albert Guerra
    Erick Gonzalez
    Manny Abru
    Freedy Cruz
    Jesus IBalmea
    Ronnie Boy this is how your friends repay you after giving them the answers to the Sgt. and Lts exam. And dont forget about Natalie Martinez who will eventually rat you out to the chief in order to save her job.
    She is dumber than a bag of rocks

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