Police Lt. indicted for perjury in co...

Police Lt. indicted for perjury in connection with Masters case

There are 27 comments on the Fox 31 KDVR story from Jun 30, 2010, titled Police Lt. indicted for perjury in connection with Masters case. In it, Fox 31 KDVR reports that:

A Grand Jury issued an indictment Wednesday for one of Fort Collins' top police commanders who helped in the prosecution of Tim Masters.

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AmanteNino

La Junta, CO

#1 Jun 30, 2010
I hope this top pig goes to jail!
DISGUSTED

Denver, CO

#2 Jun 30, 2010
and you wonder why people don't trust the cops.
Axeman

Denver, CO

#3 Jun 30, 2010
Time for Justice to prevail. Give this Cop a fair trial, then 'hang''em. Next go after the Prosecutors and Judge and do likewise. They ALL deserve the same 'fair' trial/
punishment Masters got. They are all an abomination before God and man.
the_punnisher

Longmont, CO

#4 Jun 30, 2010
He should do us a favor and behave like the other suspect in this case...

Leave his service revolver on his desk, conveniently loaded with ONE bullet in the chamber..

The same housecleaning should be applied to the other people that ran this farce...
Thoughtful

League City, TX

#5 Jun 30, 2010
AmanteNino

I hope that you never need to call on a "Pig" to protect and serve you. Inspite of your lack of knowlege in this case and negative addressing of the men and women who provide you with safety and security you still feel qualified to voice an opinion?
AmanteNino

La Junta, CO

#6 Jun 30, 2010
Thoughtful wrote:
AmanteNino
I hope that you never need to call on a "Pig" to protect and serve you. Inspite of your lack of knowlege in this case and negative addressing of the men and women who provide you with safety and security you still feel qualified to voice an opinion?
What do you know? You live in texas? I have followed this story for sometime!
Not all cops are PIGS, this one is!
the_punnisher

Longmont, CO

#7 Jun 30, 2010
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I hope that you never need to call on a "Pig" to protect and serve you. "

Read the SCOTUS ruling on Gonzales vs Castle Rock. The " PIGS " DON'T HAVE TO " PROTECT AND SERVE ". You are on your own.

Q: Why do I carry a weapon?

A: Because carrying around a cop is too much work. They often malfunction and are considered unreliable...

I DON'T call the local LEOs unless I have to have a report generated. They are good for nothing better....

That is why the US has the 2nd Amendment.
madmadmad

Denver, CO

#8 Jun 30, 2010
AmanteNino wrote:
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What do you know? You live in texas? I have followed this story for sometime!
Not all cops are PIGS, this one is!
I agree. He should have his fair trial.(More than Masters got) then send him to prison. Put him in the general population. Justice will be served.
BetweentheLines

Denver, CO

#9 Jun 30, 2010
These faux cops/judges have already paved their golden road to hell.
Buster

United States

#10 Jun 30, 2010
Once again costing Tax Payers Millions because they have to prove something that is not true. Mr. Masters had to spend all that time in prison because some cop cannot do his job the correct way and find who the real killers are. You get paid to do a job do it right or do not do it at all. I hope you like prison, you will have plenty of time to ponder your future in this world. Now how smart do you think you are now
Axeman

Denver, CO

#11 Jun 30, 2010
Thoughtful wrote:
AmanteNino
I hope that you never need to call on a "Pig" to protect and serve you. Inspite of your lack of knowlege in this case and negative addressing of the men and women who provide you with safety and security you still feel qualified to voice an opinion?
And I hope the Police are ALL that you ever have access to, to 'protect and serve' you.
iron2steel

Denver, CO

#12 Jun 30, 2010
98% of cops give the rest a bad name. most are cheats, liers and criminals.
madmadmad

Denver, CO

#13 Jun 30, 2010
iron2steel wrote:
98% of cops give the rest a bad name. most are cheats, liers and criminals.
I thought that was lawyers.
AmanteNino

La Junta, CO

#14 Jun 30, 2010
madmadmad wrote:
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I agree. He should have his fair trial.(More than Masters got) then send him to prison. Put him in the general population. Justice will be served.
I agree, this cop and the DA took this mans teenage years! They should face a jury, then do time! So some of their lives are taken away!
AmanteNino

La Junta, CO

#15 Jun 30, 2010
madmadmad wrote:
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I thought that was lawyers.
Close 2nd! I've known a few cops who were crooks! Or I like to call these boys "PIGS!"
the_punnisher

Longmont, CO

#16 Jun 30, 2010
" I agree. He should have his fair trial.(More than Masters got) then send him to prison. Put him in the general population. Justice will be served. "

Yes, he will have a bunch of " bunghole buddies " when word gets around. My advice: don't drop the soap and keep plenty of Preparation H on hand. You'll need it....
gimmee a break

United States

#17 Jun 30, 2010
Buster wrote:
Once again costing Tax Payers Millions because they have to prove something that is not true. Mr. Masters had to spend all that time in prison because some cop cannot do his job the correct way and find who the real killers are. You get paid to do a job do it right or do not do it at all. I hope you like prison, you will have plenty of time to ponder your future in this world. Now how smart do you think you are now
Totally agree w/ Buster!! "Lead Detective", huh? That's a BIG LAFF! Hear they especially love 'his kind' in that place he's headed to!....BTW, why did this one chicken-poo poo wait until the day before he quits to do this? Was he, too, afraid of "retaliation" from the force if he had done it sooner?....hmmmmmm So glad for Mr. Masters, tho!
woodymac

Aurora, CO

#18 Jun 30, 2010
I think it's convenient that this indictment became so important once Ken Buck decided to run for office.
gimmee a break

United States

#19 Jun 30, 2010
...per above, don;t jump my behind!! I got 2 stories (one w/ "excessive force story) that I was thinking of also.....
department of hard labor

Denver, CO

#20 Jun 30, 2010
woodymac wrote:
I think it's convenient that this indictment became so important once Ken Buck decided to run for office.
very strange post.

maybe even true.

but the indictment is long overdue.

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