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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department of hard labor

Denver, CO

#21 Jun 30, 2010
He should serve the exact number of days in prison that Masters served.

Then he needs to be tossed off the Tarpian Rock.
Thoughtful

Brighton, CO

#22 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!
Traveling. Born and raised in Northern Colorado.

This is not the medium for an inspiring debate, I just find the name calling and the ill wishes on someone you have never met to be disingenuous.
Casey

Littleton, CO

#23 Jun 30, 2010
It seems 10 years in prison would be appropriate for Broderick, along with the maximum fine to partially repay the tax payers of Fort Collins and Larimer County.
juswondering

Bozeman, MT

#24 Jun 30, 2010
What do they say about justice delayed? I think there are two persons now wearing black robes who should be sitting charged the same right beside this POS.

This man has got to run around like nothing for how many years KNOWING he lied and it cost an innocent man years of his life behind bars.

At minimum he should be sentenced to serve a minimum of lets see, how about ten years...it would be only fair and right. Have him serve it in general population here in Colorado and he will meet up no doubt with some of his other friends he lied to send up.

Does this development lead to an inquiry of every case he has worked where suspect work was done (or no work, except a rush to judgment)? He is and should be held incredible as a matter of law, career suicide hopefully.
AmanteNino

La Junta, CO

#25 Jul 1, 2010
department of hard labor wrote:
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very strange post.
maybe even true.
but the indictment is long overdue.
Took two years, you have to wonder why?
I hope Tim will get on with his life after this dough bag tried to screw it up!
BILL

Westcliffe, CO

#26 Jul 1, 2010
Well it is about time as this was the BIGGEST two face lier next to
DA Ken Buck. It is sad that Mr. Master had to lose so much of his life because of James Brodrick. How could Brodrick act as if he was
above the law. Hom many times do we have to see this?
everyman108

United States

#27 Sep 15, 2010
tar and feathers first then hanging same for all cops and law dogs caught doing shit

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