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Slain N.J. Cop's Fiancee: No More Layoffs

February 08, 2011  | 

Speaking to an audience of New Jersey state senators, the fiancee of slain Lakewood (N.J.) Police Officer Christopher Matlosz said the thought of laying off more cops "makes me sick to my stomach," reports the Asbury Park Press.

Kelly Walsifer, 24, has been in near seclusion since Matlosz's Jan. 14 duty death, visiting a local convent and praying with nuns. On Monday, she said she can learn to forgive God.

"I'm so angry with Him,'' Walsifer said, her voice breaking.

Read the full story at APP.com.

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Tags: Lakewood (N.J.) PD, Families of Officers, Officer Layoffs


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Morning Eagle @ 2/8/2011 7:47 PM

The first things all governent agencies talk about cutting back when budgets get tight are law enforcement officers and fire fighters. Why? Instead they should look first at their own administrative staff. Most are loaded with plenty of excess positions.

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