Madame, le suspect n’a pas de pulse

At 2:35 pm this afternoon Commissioner Amanda Fritz declared herself “astonished that the authors of (the so-called OIR [which means — take my word for it — it is understood in French] Report presented officially to the City Council today) did not comment on the failure of two police officers to give CPR to a dying man in their custody.”

At which point the spokesperson for the whitewash job that is the OIR Report interjected that the officers were of the belief that he may have been faking.

I was there. That’s what she said.

To which Commissioner Fritz responded, “The suspect did not have a pulse!”

Your Intrepid Reporter believes this gives the list [I entered jist, and the computer corrected it] of the developments in police accountability, at the official end, today.

About M. Meo

Worked as translator, museum technician, truck lumper, lecture demonstrator, teacher (of English as a Second Language, science, math). Married for 25 years, 2 boys aged 18 & 16 (both on the Grant cross-country team). A couple of scholarly publications in the history of science. Two years in federal penitentiary, 1970/71, for refusing the draft.
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