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YouTube Post Leads to California Reserve Officer Being Fired

A video posted by a Santa Paula (Calif.) PD reserve police officer has led to her removal from the department's volunteer pool. In the video, the officer rants about cyclists taking over the road and suggests that the driver run over cyclists. Since the posting, the officer has been receiving death threats. Read Full Story Here.

July 20, 2014

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EODK9Trainer @ 7/20/2014 1:56 PM

Not the smartest move on this lady. Of course being a reserve makes it that much easier to get rid of her. Free speech is one thing but this is a little insane on her part. The part that seals it is the end where she posted the pic of the car mowing down riders.

kevCopAz @ 7/21/2014 3:52 PM

Stupid comment yes, we all have made them. Posting, really stupid but typical of todays folks, everything has to go on the web, they deserve being fired just for the lack of maturity and being dumb enough to post it.

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