I have to disagree with your post because a "normal person" wouldn't be there to begin with.<quoted text>
Lynch I don't want to hear about the drama, I don't care if you put in a thousand complaints before this incident because that doesn't matter. I don't care what people said at the incident. We want to know why you did not go to the FFD ?
Lynch, the sign inside the front entrance of the fire station tells you to press the buzzer and talk thru an intercom to the dispatcher. A dispatcher is on duty 24/7 and will let you in. This is a homeland security regulation.
YOU DID NOT LEAVE THE FFD DID YOU? YOU DIDN'T GO NEAR THAT BAR DID YOU? NOT EVEN THE SIDEWALK?
A normal person would have stayed there until the dispatcher lets you in AND the Deputy Fire Chief was spoken to !
I am going to let you in on a little secret, all video and recordings on a any city owned recording devices CANNOT be altered or erased by any city employee. The recordings are saved digitally by a private homeland security contractor that is located in New Hampshire. They are the only ones that have access to all recordings in the city.
The cameras cover the back parking lot and the entrances to the fire station that all have a buzzer and intercom to talk to you.
The city has thought of this ahead of time so they knew to cover themselves in case someone as yourself accuses them of losing the video or recording. Sorry you lose.
So you are stating the cop ran across the street to the sidewalk at the front entrance of the fire station and attacked you?
Please answer the question of why were you there?? And don't say you were looking for a job application at JRs because nobody will believe that.