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Cowgirlup

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I hope they gave her a raise since they saved big bucks on a wrongful termination lawsuit.
 
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Good! It'll be even better when the cop has to personally pay her salary and best when he has a decade to ponder his mistakes behind bars for his crime. But I have zero hope either of those things will happen.
 

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good news---as some of you may remember, the officer who arrested her is a former mass c.o.

i personaly know 2 mass c.o.'s, 1 is a wannabe leo, total ass. 2nd is a good guy, very personable, and comfortable in his own skin and what he does for work.

2nd is an excellent candidate for leo. guess which type was the one who busted her

edit: they both work in the same institution and couldn't be further apart, sociologicaly speaking
 
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smokey-seven

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Neely said she could get her job back only if she signed papers agreeing not to sue and to forgo her lost pay.

My signature is worse than the MD's on a scrip. In these situations, I write, "Not My Name" in an barely illegible hand and grin all the way to the attorney.
 
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