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Finizio, police chief continue hurting NLPD

Les Smith Jr. (Retired NL Police Officer) Waterford

Publication: The Day

Published 12/25/2013 12:00 AM
Updated 12/24/2013 01:31 PM

It seems that Finizio is out of touch with reality.

Officer Todd Lynch is a fine union leader and quite capable of doing his job. The way I see it, Finizio can't buy Lynch and he is simply frustrated because Lynch gets to him. Finizio does nothing more than smear Lynch with his idiotic statements and puts the blame on him.

It's clear to me that the mayor and chief are trying to get rid of anyone who speaks out against them in order to get control so they can further destroy this once fine police department.

The mayor and chief should be ashamed for destroying this department that took so many years of hard work to build. It makes all of the officers look bad. It's not the fault of the department, but its leaders. Department supervisors should be trying to assist their officers, but everyone can see that they're running scared too.

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