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Sep 15, 2007

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3 Monkeys

A question that arises is why is the mayor writting about this information now. For over a year and half the Police have been embroiled in scandals. It was not until the Bledsoe articles that the city has begun to trickle out their version of what happened. Complete accounting and and revealing everything will be the only way the city can ever expect to gain trust or show that they are doing the right thing.

Ed Cone

The City's version -- not necessarily of the lock-out, but of the story behind it -- was articulated early. It's the near-complete silence since that is problematic.

Roch101

"It's the near-complete silence since that is problematic."

The explaination was that nobody wanted to comment while there was an "on-going investigation." Does the Mayor's commentary mean that all investigations have been concluded?

Bubba

"It was not until the Bledsoe articles that the city has begun to trickle out their version of what happened."

"It's the near-complete silence since that is problematic."

"Does the Mayor's commentary mean that all investigations have been concluded?"

All of which leads to two more questions regarding the timing of the pushback article:

Why now?

What else does Holliday know?

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