RAPING the taxpayer, and he probably STILL doesn’t even have to pay for donuts.
Well well well..... That cowardly punk gets more in pension than I get in my monthly salary.
Government pensions are unsustainable. Just ask Illinois(e).
He is making more money in retirement than he made while he was working and he is only 55. He could live another 30 years.
That is a $3.1 million retirement.
Well, we know Florida is headed for fiscal disaster. You can’t pay out pensions like that to low level state employees and remain solvent.
And this douche was like what? 55? On the easy beat for a decade?
Wow! This guy is only 55 and he’s making over $104k for 32 years of work. His pension is actually higher than his last year’s salary.
In what sane world is this remotely reasonable? How many taxpaying couples earn less than $104k combined? These sort of gilded state pensions are an insult to taxpayers.
Public servant my ass!
I’m sorry but being poor I think any municipal, state or federal pension greater than 5 grand a month is uncalled for. The more you make the more you should save for your retirement. Private companies can do as they wish.
The taxpayers get raped but they're too dumb to know it because the game is on ya know and the old lady can't miss dancin' with the stars.
I hope the POS is always looking over his shoulder wondering if a vengeful family member is going to cap his ass.
Florida must be RICH!
A good friend of mine retired from Miami pd and makes a similar amount. I was shocked, but a small town tn cop retired and said he was sitting at 50K a year.
Saw a prepper show where a retired leo built a very expensive bunker.
What do Gov Scott and AG Bondi have to say, about this?
She seems to have gone radio silent. Especially after her we know more than you know comment.
And he completely failed at his job.
The tax payers are being economically gang banged and looted.
Understanding Peterson's specific situation helps shed light on the broader implications of public retirement costs in Florida and around the country. An employee like Peterson, who was by all accounts a typical deputy in the sprawling Broward County Sheriff's Office (BCSO) before his unfortunate rise to national prominence this month, is afforded a retirement package that kicks in at age 52 and allows him to collect a pension even if he pursues other work after his retirement. It's vastly different from what most private sector workers can expect to receive. The difference is premised on the idea that Peterson put his life on the line in a high-risk profession.
The payouts are virtually guaranteed, regardless of performance in the line of duty. Under state law, pensions can be forfeited only after a conviction for a narrowly defined list of crimes.
A coward’s purse.
Nice gig if you can cower in fear and get it.
8,702.35/ mo. x 12 mo = $104,428 per YEAR in PENSION?!?!?!?!
For not working?
(Not that he did before retirement)
That is outrageous.