Man, some people can't see the forest for the trees! The reference to the HFD is just that: a reference to give folks an idea of who this individual is... I'm sure the reporters don't want to downgrade the story by any means. When a story is published and the headlines read "former whatever", it gives the reader a sense of the type of character the individual should have as an elected official. Labeling gives contrast to their current state of mind or character....nothing to do with the organization... although, organizations such as this should have a checks and balances system. What better way to do this than via media? If you don't like it, go fill out an application at the news station... Oh yeah, this guy was a behind the scenes employee for a company I work for. Personally, I don't think he's a bad guy. Maybe he's made a lot of bad decisions though and finally, things are starting to catch up to him. I hope it all gets sorted out and they figure out who was assaulting whom. It sounded like the neighbor is a little frustrated too..."Aww Man, these crazy people...Awwwwwwww Maaaaannn!"
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