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So u walk into a department and someone in the interim chiefs position-which would only be done by the obvious next in command- and she just lies? A bold lie; being that the position she was trusted would be the obvious candidate for next in command. The other officers cooberated the fact that she was promised the position, which is standard when someone is in the interim position they simply go back to next in command. But he walked in and saw a WOMAN in that position and conveniently took it away until an oportune moment simply for spite and to try and get rid of her. He said it on the stand like the extraordinarily smart (major sarcasm intended)person he is that he met HER and targeted to get rid of her from day one. That day job was 2p-10p, which is obviously the perfect timing for a day job. He put her in that time slot so he could make investigative work harder to get work done in only 3 hours of business time availble and because he did not want to be around her to continue to shun her. Steve Wheeler-not the ex chief- promised her that position when he knew she was not getting the chiefs position and she did get that in writing because she did not think she would have to and trusted the manager who told her that. She had other officers under her command which was taken away and they were told not to listen to her that she has the sergeant title in name only so yes position was taken away. As far as her being angry about not getting the chiefs job, thats funny, she was not angry at all, she was disappointed but who wouldnt be. She was happy to get back to detective work because she was loving that work. I would know I talked to her all the time obviously. She was not vagrantly mean and a spiteful woman because of that, that is what is the funniest thing about all this. The other side is all about her being revengeful because of the chiefs postition and she was not, at all. She was not even going to apply, she was asked to apply and was flattered but did not have much hope of getting it. Seriously, she was great to go back to the detectives position and did it well.


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