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SF Police Chief Asks for Firing of 7 Officers in Texting Scandal

As expected, San Francisco PD's Chief Suhr announced he will ask the San Francisco police commission to terminate seven officers for sending, or responding to homophobic text messages. He will ask them to look at the actions of six others, as well. One police officer has already resigned. More Here

April 06, 2015

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kevCopAz @ 4/6/2015 6:32 PM

Give me a break....Dont know what was said, but whatever it was FIRING??. Like no Black Officer, or any Gay Officer ever texted or said anything ever that was rude and insensitive to white or straight folks? This is B.S. These were private, to another private person, not public, should not have been public.. Perhaps the officers should sue the Feds for releasing PRIVATE texts that caused this to the officers that were NOT at all involved in any criminal action. I bet the Chief has said some things that "hurt" feelings and are "insensitive" in his private communications. This is just cop bashing over reacting!. Anyone that has any knowledge of cop humor (shows the Chief has never been a real cop, or is a hypocrite) knows this is bantered back and forth by officers (and the public) EVERYWHERE by EVERY Race, sexual orientation! If you are honest, everyone at one time or many times has said such things, joking, playing etc. If you have not then you are Mother Teresa, or a lier!

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