Names and personal information is not necessary. Details on the questionable actions/activities would suffice.
I think all public people should be accountable for there actions. they work for the public and they are payed by the public. they are no different than anyone eles. If I commited a crime it would be public knowledge. If we are paying there salary we have the right to know. I think the chief owes it to the public to inform them.
But if no crimes were committed, those records are not public. Policies were violated, but what crime was committed?
If you committed a crime, yes, we'd all be entitled to know. But, as it was explained, over and over, they didn't commit a crime. See the difference? You may have, they didn't.
Maybe, just maybe, you might want to reserve judgement until the DA does his review, which was explained today. The thought would be that after a complete investigation and DA review, if something is found, then hell yeah. If not, then don't be a simple TMZ or E channel watching fool.
Tip of the iceberg on a long over due process, not only for the WPD, but our City Council as well, on their willingness to be straight forward with the public, on departmental activities within our city that certain individuals need be held accountable for, of "any unusual or unlawful activities".
We will be able to see very quickly the truth and honesty, and we will also be able to detect the lack of as well.
Some will have to step down, even if our states higher ups have to see to it.