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madmusic Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-01-06 12:29 PM
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27. In that case...
1. Can the judge dismiss the suit based on the IA before the plaintiffs have the chance to file their motions?
2. If they cut a deal, can't part of that deal be that the disciplinary record is not made public?
2. If that happens, it it possible the officer could go back to work?

In short, why wouldn't the public have the right to know all of this? I'm all for privacy, but it's rather alarming that the people's privacy is more and more compromised even though they usually don't carry deadly weapons or shoot people, and it seems this is more of a CYA (cover your ass) than a real privacy issue. Obviously, the Supreme Court agrees that it IS a privacy issues, and I have no problem with that, but it is also possible it is a CYA camouflaged by privacy. If so, the legislature should act without cowering to the CCPOA.
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