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    Post Police Chief Fired Over Trayvon Martin Shooting

    Sorry if this was posted in another forum; I didn't see this posted in this thread, so here it is

    Police Chief Fired Over Trayvon Martin Shooting
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    What a bunch of politicians(idiots), Bill already resigned and they rejected it, and now they are firing him~LMAO! Only way to be a bigger politician would be to accept a job from them.

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    More incompetence from the justice system there.

    I heard someone from good morning america stating that Zim had "covered all the bases" with his interview with police. Seemed as if he was suggesting Zim had fabricated his story to fit the SYG law and not that it actually happened that way.

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    My thought on this....If they accept his resignation, he's still eligible for retirement pension; fired, he's not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    Bill already resigned and they rejected it, and now they are firing him.
    The sequence of events establishes his retirement status. If the city refuses, it's a straightforward win for a lawsuit.

    Plus expenses.

    Plus damages.

    Plus punitive awards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ca Patriot View Post
    When Zimmerman is found not guilty I am guessing the police chief will have a good lawsuit for wrongful termination.
    I'm guessing he has a basis for suit whether Z is found guilty or not. I mean how stupid can they be to not accept his resignation and then say "you're fired".

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    They probably did it for the publicity. "We fired that horrible, horrible police chief for being a responsible law enforcement officer!"

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