Heatherly cries discrimination in ESL
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Donnellson, IL

#307 Aug 20, 2008
he got hired , know what your talking about
chs1989

United States

#308 Aug 20, 2008
I think he just got fired in the last few days. Something about shots fired.
Leave Sierra out of this

AOL

#309 Aug 20, 2008
Sierra is a good person. What her parents do is on them, not her. She had a small skin cancerous mole on her back that was removed. Nothing more than the rest of you would have if you spent that many hours out in the sun. She's working hard to provide for herself. Her boyfriend works hard also. There's no reason for you guys to sit on your computers and make waste of her being. Have you no manners? If she has done something personally to you, then spill it so she might address it. If she hasn't, shut your mouths. Her family might be your problem, but not her. Make a decision here.
her besty

United States

#310 Aug 21, 2008
the cancerous mole on her back tested positive for cancer, she went yesterday to have more skin scraped out, she has to go in 3 months to make sure it is either gone or not spreading,

this bulls*hit has nothing to do with her and if you ask me she is NO mooch at all, she works 2 jobs pays for her own car/cell/gas/food/clothes and whatever else she needs

she isnt going into the millitary based on the cancer and her own desision, she starts at swic in Jan. to study A.O.J

and like "LEAVE SIERRA OUT OF THIS" said, address her with the issue she isnt an ignorent person she will make sure the issue is resolved
Remember me

United States

#311 Dec 10, 2008
Chris,
I would love to come to your house and talk - Is that offer still good. It has been a long time. Long, Long, time actually. Maybe 1988?? You drove a black Z28 - Right?
okay

Belleville, IL

#312 Dec 10, 2008
Observation wrote:
It seems that in entry #15 the MOM told her family not to respond to this blog. In 19, 24, 25 & 26 the children responded. In entries 21 & 22 her husband responded. Conclusion being, no one listens to her anyway. Throwing out threats, calling people out in the street? Is this a true officer of the laws family? I'm glad the Dad finally got to work for ESL. Maybe the bills will be met. The Mom may have been diagnosed with breast cancer and I feel bad about anyone who has. It still doesnt discount her previous work record where she was fired (Or quit just in time) due to funds missing at various jobs. It doesnt discount the times her husband has been let go ( or left just in time) in jobs that he wasnt suited for. He was once employed by Cahokia ( as someone said) but it was in as a city park protector. Not a police officer. Cahokia PD, even with all it's turmoil would not hire someone with this type of unsavory character. It is good that the husband got his job with ESL. Maybe they wont be in Cahokia too much longer and we can all be rid of the Heatherleys.
This is some real white trash who wrote this. You must be the same bitch who slanders the dead people and the mayor.
Why don't you tell the Heatherleys who you are you piece of crap? What, your hubby isn't paying you any attention? You are sickening. I bet I could point out all the other forum's you have posted on here, loser.I bet you have a nice family you piece of white trash.
okay

Belleville, IL

#313 Dec 10, 2008
Remember me wrote:
Chris,
I would love to come to your house and talk - Is that offer still good. It has been a long time. Long, Long, time actually. Maybe 1988?? You drove a black Z28 - Right?
So who are you chicken shit?
Hey Stupid

Belleville, IL

#314 Dec 10, 2008
hmmm wrote:
White cop hired to work on ESL force has yet to spend one day on patrol
Chris HeatherlySays he is a victim of discrimination
BY BETH HUNDSDORFER
News-Democrat
Chris Heatherly wants to be an East St. Louis cop.
He completed the application. He finished the testing. He got hired in December. He got sworn-in last month.
He still hasn't gone to work.
"I'm a police officer, but I am not working. I'm not doing what I was trained to do," Heatherly said. "I'm not on the payroll. I'm unemployed."
Heatherly, who is white, filed a complaint Sept. 29 with the Illinois Human Rights Commission, alleging the predominately black city discriminated against him because of his race.
Heatherly said he believes he is being retaliated against because he previously complained of racial discrimination and sought legal relief, and agreed to testify and has testified in legal proceedings on behalf of others who allege they have been discriminated against.
"No matter what color you are, I treat you equally," Heatherly said. "If you are a good guy, I'll treat you like a good guy. If you are a bad guy, I'll treat you like a bad guy. It's that simple."
Chief Michael Baxton maintains Heatherly will join the East St. Louis police soon, but a few personnel issues are being straightened out.
"He's coming on. I've been told that. There's just a few things left to do," Baxton said.
Heatherly already completed an application, a drug test, physical agility test, a medical exam and a background check before he was hired, he said.
"I was hired. I did everything everyone had to do," Heatherly said. "Put me to work."
Last month, Parks asked the City Council to hire 15 full-time police officers in a city that already has seen 27 murders this year.
Heatherly was hired by a now-embattled East St. Louis Board of Fire and Police Commissioners from an emergency hire list created after officers racked up hours of overtime and vacancies needed to be filled quickly.
Baxton called Heatherly the "most qualified" candidate of the three officers hired in December. The two others hired from the list went to work in February -- Luther Woods, a former Perry County Sheriff's deputy, and Bruce Hortstmann, a former Belleville police officer.
Horstmann was fired last month after fighting outside a Belleville bar. Woods continues to work for the department.
Mayor Alvin Parks urged the board to hire more officers. Commissioners Della Murphy and Wyatt Frazer resigned Oct. 18. The council voted a week earlier to fire Murphy, Frazer and Isadore Chambers. Murphy contended Parks wanted to hire 25 part-time officers, instead of 17 full-time officers to break the police officer's union. A new board was seated Oct. 17 that includes Chambers, Larry Hampton and Verge Riley.
While politicians wrangle, the officers continue to work long hours. And Heatherly waits.
The Heatherly household budget is getting stretched. Heatherly recently convinced the power company not to shut off his service because the bill was overdue. The savings are gone. Heatherly's salary supports his wife and their four kids. He's getting worried.
With 12 years of experience with Washington Park, Brooklyn and Cahokia police departments, Heatherly said he's never been disciplined or fired. He also trained in interviewing techniques and SWAT tactics. He chose to apply at East St. Louis because he feels he can help the most there.
"If you were a plumber, you would want to go to where the leaks are," Heatherly said. "The people there need help. I want to help. I miss being a cop."
What is wrong with you? You are the biggest shit disturber I have ever seen. You must be the bitch who gets on here and does all the slandering.Your probably the one who slams Bergman every chance you get. White trash is what you are. You need to stay in Cahokia where you belong.You have to be a miserable person to even bring up this stuff.
Whatsthis

Belleville, IL

#315 Dec 10, 2008
hmmm wrote:
White cop hired to work on ESL force has yet to spend one day on patrol
Chris HeatherlySays he is a victim of discrimination
BY BETH HUNDSDORFER
News-Democrat
Chris Heatherly wants to be an East St. Louis cop.
He completed the application. He finished the testing. He got hired in December. He got sworn-in last month.
He still hasn't gone to work.
"I'm a police officer, but I am not working. I'm not doing what I was trained to do," Heatherly said. "I'm not on the payroll. I'm unemployed."
Heatherly, who is white, filed a complaint Sept. 29 with the Illinois Human Rights Commission, alleging the predominately black city discriminated against him because of his race.
Heatherly said he believes he is being retaliated against because he previously complained of racial discrimination and sought legal relief, and agreed to testify and has testified in legal proceedings on behalf of others who allege they have been discriminated against.
"No matter what color you are, I treat you equally," Heatherly said. "If you are a good guy, I'll treat you like a good guy. If you are a bad guy, I'll treat you like a bad guy. It's that simple."
Chief Michael Baxton maintains Heatherly will join the East St. Louis police soon, but a few personnel issues are being straightened out.
"He's coming on. I've been told that. There's just a few things left to do," Baxton said.
Heatherly already completed an application, a drug test, physical agility test, a medical exam and a background check before he was hired, he said.
"I was hired. I did everything everyone had to do," Heatherly said. "Put me to work."
Last month, Parks asked the City Council to hire 15 full-time police officers in a city that already has seen 27 murders this year.
Heatherly was hired by a now-embattled East St. Louis Board of Fire and Police Commissioners from an emergency hire list created after officers racked up hours of overtime and vacancies needed to be filled quickly.
Baxton called Heatherly the "most qualified" candidate of the three officers hired in December. The two others hired from the list went to work in February -- Luther Woods, a former Perry County Sheriff's deputy, and Bruce Hortstmann, a former Belleville police officer.
Horstmann was fired last month after fighting outside a Belleville bar. Woods continues to work for the department.
Mayor Alvin Parks urged the board to hire more officers. Commissioners Della Murphy and Wyatt Frazer resigned Oct. 18. The council voted a week earlier to fire Murphy, Frazer and Isadore Chambers. Murphy contended Parks wanted to hire 25 part-time officers, instead of 17 full-time officers to break the police officer's union. A new board was seated Oct. 17 that includes Chambers, Larry Hampton and Verge Riley.
While politicians wrangle, the officers continue to work long hours. And Heatherly waits.
The Heatherly household budget is getting stretched. Heatherly recently convinced the power company not to shut off his service because the bill was overdue. The savings are gone. Heatherly's salary supports his wife and their four kids. He's getting worried.
With 12 years of experience with Washington Park, Brooklyn and Cahokia police departments, Heatherly said he's never been disciplined or fired. He also trained in interviewing techniques and SWAT tactics. He chose to apply at East St. Louis because he feels he can help the most there.
"If you were a plumber, you would want to go to where the leaks are," Heatherly said. "The people there need help. I want to help. I miss being a cop."
Why don't you tell these people who you are? And while you are at it, you need to get a life and quit bothering people.
I think I have seen shit you wrote before in different names. LOSER!
Whatsthis

Belleville, IL

#316 Dec 10, 2008
hmmm wrote:
White cop hired to work on ESL force has yet to spend one day on patrol
Chris HeatherlySays he is a victim of discrimination
BY BETH HUNDSDORFER
News-Democrat
Chris Heatherly wants to be an East St. Louis cop.
He completed the application. He finished the testing. He got hired in December. He got sworn-in last month.
He still hasn't gone to work.
"I'm a police officer, but I am not working. I'm not doing what I was trained to do," Heatherly said. "I'm not on the payroll. I'm unemployed."
Heatherly, who is white, filed a complaint Sept. 29 with the Illinois Human Rights Commission, alleging the predominately black city discriminated against him because of his race.
Heatherly said he believes he is being retaliated against because he previously complained of racial discrimination and sought legal relief, and agreed to testify and has testified in legal proceedings on behalf of others who allege they have been discriminated against.
"No matter what color you are, I treat you equally," Heatherly said. "If you are a good guy, I'll treat you like a good guy. If you are a bad guy, I'll treat you like a bad guy. It's that simple."
Chief Michael Baxton maintains Heatherly will join the East St. Louis police soon, but a few personnel issues are being straightened out.
"He's coming on. I've been told that. There's just a few things left to do," Baxton said.
Heatherly already completed an application, a drug test, physical agility test, a medical exam and a background check before he was hired, he said.
"I was hired. I did everything everyone had to do," Heatherly said. "Put me to work."
Last month, Parks asked the City Council to hire 15 full-time police officers in a city that already has seen 27 murders this year.
Heatherly was hired by a now-embattled East St. Louis Board of Fire and Police Commissioners from an emergency hire list created after officers racked up hours of overtime and vacancies needed to be filled quickly.
Baxton called Heatherly the "most qualified" candidate of the three officers hired in December. The two others hired from the list went to work in February -- Luther Woods, a former Perry County Sheriff's deputy, and Bruce Hortstmann, a former Belleville police officer.
Horstmann was fired last month after fighting outside a Belleville bar. Woods continues to work for the department.
Mayor Alvin Parks urged the board to hire more officers. Commissioners Della Murphy and Wyatt Frazer resigned Oct. 18. The council voted a week earlier to fire Murphy, Frazer and Isadore Chambers. Murphy contended Parks wanted to hire 25 part-time officers, instead of 17 full-time officers to break the police officer's union. A new board was seated Oct. 17 that includes Chambers, Larry Hampton and Verge Riley.
While politicians wrangle, the officers continue to work long hours. And Heatherly waits.
The Heatherly household budget is getting stretched. Heatherly recently convinced the power company not to shut off his service because the bill was overdue. The savings are gone. Heatherly's salary supports his wife and their four kids. He's getting worried.
With 12 years of experience with Washington Park, Brooklyn and Cahokia police departments, Heatherly said he's never been disciplined or fired. He also trained in interviewing techniques and SWAT tactics. He chose to apply at East St. Louis because he feels he can help the most there.
"If you were a plumber, you would want to go to where the leaks are," Heatherly said. "The people there need help. I want to help. I miss being a cop."
To the Heatherly's: Do not respond to this piece of shit and maybe she will crawl back into the hole she came out of.People like this are not happy unless they are causing problems for someone else. Misery loves company!
Wamac Proud

Saint Louis, MO

#318 Feb 11, 2011
Just read in the paper small town Wamac P.D. wouldn't even hire him they hired a rookie instead
MoveNOnUp

East Saint Louis, IL

#319 Feb 11, 2011
Chris and his family sound like real homophobic, bigoted dumbasses with little education. Good riddance. We need GOOD cops, not fools.
MoveNOnUp

East Saint Louis, IL

#320 Feb 11, 2011
But Beth dear, find a good story and quit chasing this National Enquirer kind of stuff. You always drama something up them go limp like your hubby and the STL Blues when it really counts. Sad chickie...real sad. But considering the KKK run rag you work for, it's par for the course.
Wow

United States

#321 Feb 11, 2011
Someone dug this up from 2007.
version

Edwardsville, IL

#322 Feb 14, 2011
Metallica 1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey i heard you recently learned you have AIDS... From your brothers and dog.....
That is very low, you should be ashamed of yourself. I believe you have a homosexual agenda to perpetrate. State your opinions in a civil manner without degrading everyone who disagrees with you. The sad part is you know what you do is wrong, you just can't help yourself. Perhaps, a little sensitivity training would help you. What would your mother have thought? I'm sure you were not raised this way. Please take inventory of your moral compass, and see if you can better yourself. I know you will say it's none of my business, but I can see you are desperately seeking help, by your vitriol comments. I wish you internal peace.
Heatherly update

United States

#323 Jan 15, 2013
Young Chris is a hard worker raising a young family also a very successful mixed martial arts fighter.
Sierra is working at Big Daddy's downtown and lives in the city. Jon is pretty much a bum living drug houses and such. And Timmy still likes to start trouble hope he grows up. Mom and Dad moved out of the county actually moved 3 or 4 times in and around Carlyle and Chris was a cop out there somewhere
ckha

Jackson, MO

#324 Jan 17, 2013
patty, you and i never were really friends. i was more so friends with your sisters. i am also on dannys page. you see me talk to him thru my hardships. and his as well.. im so sorry for yours and sierra cancer episodes. i can see a change in you an even myself. my children are grown and gone on their own too. we only have one child at home with medical issues. i hope you find peace. it seems you are trying. i know i have my own issues and post on my fb page. even there im not safe from being talked about. BUT i learned to let it go and find my own peace. my home life when i was young seemed so princess like but we had our own problems. now ppl can post and degrade ppl on a computer. please go to abuse and have this thread removed. i had to do the same thing as they had all us girls with the name carla and bashing went to town. in jesus name pray and let this go. you dont need the stress on top of all of yours and chris` other problems tht should be left alone. im sorry for OUR individual problems. read a book and let it go. growing up is hard to do. i still relapse. ha ha one day at a time K?
mom

Saint Louis, MO

#325 Feb 1, 2013
This is the funniest shit ever, apparently u don't know the family.. i will leave it a that, grow up, bahahaha thank you for still posting from 2007. I feel truly blessed that you still think about them.
Sierra Heatherly

Tulsa, OK

#326 Feb 11, 2013
This is still a thing?
David ESTL

Detroit, MI

#327 May 4, 2015
Seems this man can't stay out of the internal affairs office.... Brooklyn's Finest!

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