<quoted text>I definately agree with you. I think this guy has a seriouse integrity issue he needs to be delt with. I don't feel this guy knows what he is doing. He has some terrible storms brewing because of his dishonesty. The officers who work for him also reflect his sentiment and portray the same lack of respect for their office. Heber is next on the list like West Valley. If I were a Judge and Heber PD offered me a case I would be apprehensive about the facts. Heber Shake this apple from the tree he is only going to hurt your city.
Well making a decision on this takes a little more than what is upfront and seen at first. A little digging is needed to disclose the facts before jumping to a decision. Athough I don't agree with the methods used during this process. If someone is coached on how to subvert the system by an official who knows the system. The ability to thwart an investigation is much easier.
Lets say if the DCFS worker was biased against men or any class of people and provides counsel to the accused it is much easier for them to know exactly what to say. In this case I think it is entirely possible the DCFS worker may have had significant influence on this case.
The story starts with contact in early July for help and the DCFS worker threatened the person reporting when they tried to report. After that it is my opinion she provided this coersion to the children and the mother. There is the possibility she coached them off the record to help keep her out of trouble for failing to act on the initial report.
The person being enraged over the outcome is understandable they put trust in the system and from their prospective they were discriminated against based on class. I completely get why they would be upset.