New law to help speed process of hiring medical examiner for El Paso
A new law just passed would make it easier for El Paso County to finally hire a chief medical examiner.Read more
#1 May 15, 2013
Lower standards gets lower skills...
So typical of the region.
Expect less, get less...
WHY dont skilled folks want to live and deal with the el paso political landscape?
C O R R U P T I O N !
#2 May 15, 2013
When there is no licensed, competent medical examiner, a lot of crimes are just going to be swept under the rug by the justice system due to lack of medical forensic evidence.
Out of sight, out of mind.
There are other aspects of the El Paso judicial sanctuary that allows some to get away with murder. Living in a sanctuary where corrupt politicians make their own laws and forbid enforcement of important ones, like illegal immigration, is bad enough; but who would want to be a cop there, knowing that there may not be any money in the pension fund when they become eligible to retire? Try to find competent, caring, career-minded cops under those conditions.
#3 May 15, 2013
We don't like pigs here. This is the old West, if your a pansy you would not like it here.
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