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Boston police Commissioner Ed Davis stepping down
Associated Press ^
| Sep 22, 2013 5:58 PM EDT
Posted on 09/22/2013 3:00:52 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis, who led his departments response to the Boston Marathon bombing, is stepping down, a department spokeswoman said Sunday.
The decision by Davis to step down is perhaps not surprising. Boston is poised to have a new mayor for the first time in two decades after Menino opted not to seek another term.
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TOPICS: Government; News/Current Events; US: Massachusetts; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: boston; bostonbombings; eddavis; policecommissioner
posted on 09/22/2013 3:00:52 PM PDT
Problems before, during, and afterwards.
We need to make sure our fellow citizens are neither terrorists, nor storm troopers.
posted on 09/22/2013 3:06:13 PM PDT
by Gene Eric
(Don't be a statist!)
Gee,I feel bad for the guy.He'll have to squeak by on a $200K/yr disability pension courtesy of the *working* people of Boston,Massachusetts and the US.
For those unfamiliar with Boston politics,something like two-thirds of City of Boston employees somehow manage to get out on *disability* pensions,meaning more money...tax free.A few years back the Boston Fire Dept was investigated by the Feds for disability fraud.I think it was under Attorney Corporal Holder so,obviously,nobody was punished in any way.
posted on 09/22/2013 3:12:18 PM PDT
by Gay State Conservative
(Osama Obama Care: A Religion That Will Have You On Your Knees!)
To: Gay State Conservative
He may take employment with the MAIGgots and suck up some of bloomies bucks.
posted on 09/22/2013 5:02:39 PM PDT
(Inergalactic background checks? King hussein you're first up.)
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