City attorneys challenge claims of discrimination, conspiracy in Perez lawsuit
There are 5 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Jul 18, 2014, titled City attorneys challenge claims of discrimination, conspiracy in Perez lawsuit. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:
Attorneys for the City of Farmington, City Manager Robert Mayes, and two former police chiefs filed multiple motions Monday challenging claims of discrimination, conspiracy, libel and wage loss made by former Farmington police Detective Sgt.
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#1 Jul 18, 2014
From the article, it certainly sounds as if a few "important" Farmington people did NOT want those two crimes investigated. Perez supposedly violated internal department e-mail policies, for which he was fired. Has anyone followed up on the trail of suspicious events related to those crimes, or is it just a matter of "get rid of Perez and now let's hope everyone drops it"?
Let's see--highly suspicious deaths vs e-mail violations. Hmmmm. Fire that e-mail violator!
#2 Jul 19, 2014
. From your obvious lack of ability to read something and obtain a comprehensive understanding of what you read, I will gladly dumb down this article for you so that you can prevent any future occurrences of making yourself look uneducated. The article stated the emails were found AFTER he was fired. Later in the article it states the reasons he was fired. You are welcome.
#3 Jul 19, 2014
I see Perez was fired for eight violations of the department's code of conduct, and after he was fired, it was discovered that he had further violated department code of conduct through improper use of e-mail.
Boy, he IS a bad apple. Good thing you guys got rid of him, because I bet no one else in the department is guilty of such egregious behavior. Now.........did you ever continue the investigation he had begun into the suspicious deaths....or does that violate department code of conduct?
#4 Jul 20, 2014
Both detectives assigned were pulled of the Gallegos case. After which, they refused to do further investigation after finding a possible suicide note. I don't understand how a person who had the shit beaten out of them, could coherently write a note. There is much more involved in her case.
#5 Jul 20, 2014
That's the problem with not being transparent; it gives the impression there is a cover-up. Whether or not that's the case, FPD has fostered mistrust among the public, and the firing of Perez is not helping.
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