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Fort Worth Captain Fired for On-Duty Porn Use

March 09, 2012  | 

A Fort Worth (Texas) Police captain has been fired after investigators found the officer had been using his city-issued computer to search porn sites.

The captain, L.A. Harris, has also been accused of self-gratification while on duty in a city facility and in uniform, reports CBS DFW.


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HwyFuzz @ 3/9/2012 11:28 AM

"[...] accused of self-gratification while on duty [...]" That's a great charge - I'd get life!

Capt David-Ret LA County @ 3/12/2012 6:17 PM

You need to get more info on this story....

Michael @ 3/12/2012 9:43 PM

I thought your lunch time could be used to work out,.......... take a walk,........... or just relax........maybe even play with your dog. Whoops, I forget he didn't have a
K-9. Maybe he was too stupid to be a supervisor, but you got to love the
rules and regulations Fort Worth has......I mean whats the evidence of self gratification, I'd like to see it,.... well... second thought maybe not. But really, other then misappropriation of use of his time and misuse of the dept. computer.....this is just plain stupid. I think that firing him for this is excessive, maybe suspended him, to send a message that the admin. is not untouchable......but, really this is over the top unless he has a lot of other things going on. It's wrong, plain and simple. But, I think there must be more to the story.

Kirsten @ 4/12/2012 2:40 PM

There probably is NOT more to this story-- research the pandemic levels of porn use today. Go to www.pornharms.com

Kirsten @ 4/12/2012 2:40 PM

There probably is NOT more to this story-- research the pandemic levels of porn use today. Go to www.pornharms.com

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