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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 7:50 pm

Cathy isn't even hot. We've got that Hispanic female officer who is waaay hotter... don't remember her name since she works in another division...but damn.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 11, 2013 11:04 pm

Harrell on steroids??? Please that fkn guy? That must have been long ago before he started to walk up-right. He must have been injecting it in his tongue. That's why he talks so much sh*t
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Wed Aug 14, 2013 11:30 am

What about that fuk'o Malle gettin his bars back. People better be shakin in their sneakers! That biatch us gunna be gunnin for pay back!
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:33 am

Hey Malee get your payback from all these low lifes that screwed you, to also include that no shame overweight Demasi, he dont like you either from all the crap said bout you. Fk them all where it hurts, just like Cognetti liked it, in the A**
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sat Aug 17, 2013 4:13 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]What about that fuk'o Malle gettin his bars back. People better be shakin in their sneakers! That biatch us gunna be gunnin for pay back![/quote]


Mallee I'd work under your command anytime. Iv been screwed by West Palm too and have now prevailed. I will be back soon!!
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:02 pm

Me too, I rather work for Malee than one of these back stabbers. He ain't perfect but he won't screw you over and insist he's an angel like these other ass holes.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 8:59 am

It's maale you retards. No wonder your no longer there.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 12:11 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]It's maale you retards. No wonder your no longer there.[/quote]

Ok, because a name isn't spelt correctly we are retards?? Take a look in the mirror, I can guarantee the reason your so upset is because that image you see in the mirror is a low life. No need to be hostile, quit juicing up, put the blade down or split your wrist already and chill fluffy.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 3:33 pm

I've never worked for good o'l Randy, but well get along just fine because I'm a Pussy chaser just like him. I only haven't got cought because I don't hang with well known whores from the department. He's cool and laid back he gets the job done, he just got hooked with the wrong whore, the type that needs attention because the only time she had it was when she was alone with daddy.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 3:47 pm

Anyone know what positions are available? (DUI, Narc, CIT, )
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 5:36 pm

It's YOU'RE, retards.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 8:43 pm

Overheard command staff talking about how the city is having to hire back an officer they terminated a while back. Anyone know who it may be??
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sun Aug 18, 2013 8:54 pm

Your mom
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 19, 2013 2:57 am

They are going to re-hire Dumb Ass Bush, AKA Delsa Bush, AKA the one brain cell miracle, AKA the talking monkey.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 19, 2013 2:59 am

They are going to re-hire Dumb Ass Bush, AKA Delsa Bush, AKA the one brain cell miracle, AKA the talking monkey. They figured out that Demasi is a waste of a human being, and rather have an idiot in charge than a hypocrite who looks for fights with the State Attorneys office.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 19, 2013 5:01 am

[quote="Anonymous"]Your mom[/quote]

You've seen it here first people, this here is the future of law enforcement. Unprofessional slobs who can't stay out of the judicial system. Scarey!!
But, that's what West Palm wants.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 19, 2013 5:23 am

Does that scum of the earth Tatum still work for the department??
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:03 am

[quote="Anonymous"][quote="Anonymous"]Your mom[/quote]

You've seen it here first people, this here is the future of law enforcement. Unprofessional slobs who can't stay out of the judicial system. Scarey!!
But, that's what West Palm wants.[/quote]

blow me stupid u smell like a damn dirty ape
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Anonymous

Great officers

Postby Anonymous » Thu Aug 22, 2013 6:53 pm

Matthew Ladd was a hero who served his country in Iraq and Afghanistan only to come home and have his military service pilloried by West Palm Beach police, who painted him as a crazy veteran, his attorney told a Palm Beach County jury Wednesday.
“They assumed that if you’re subject to combat you are going to be damaged goods,” attorney Sid Garcia told jurors.

An attorney representing the city countered that former Police Chief Delsa Bush had good reason to fire Ladd even though a doctor found no evidence to substantiate suspicions that he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
“We do honor his service, but things just weren’t adding up,” attorney Zoe Panarites said. “This case isn’t about PTSD. It’s about whether he could do his job.”

Other officers reported that Ladd often zoned out, she said. He told people he suffered from anxiety attacks. He failed to tell supervisors he was on experimental drugs to help him deal with unspecified allergies. Most damning, she said, after he was fired in October 2010, Ladd began receiving disability benefits from the military which agreed he had PTSD.

Garcia emphasized that a psychiatrist who was paid by the city to examine Ladd found no indication the former Army sergeant suffered any combat-related ills that would derail him from his dream of working as a police officer. Not only did the city fire him, but it branded him with a malady that makes it impossible for him to find any job in law enforcement.

“The evidence in this case is going to show that Mr. Ladd’s aspirations as a police officer, for a career in police work, have been destroyed by the city of West Palm Beach,” Garcia said. He is asking jurors to order the city to reinstate Ladd and compensate him for the pay he lost as well as for the mental anguish he suffered.

Panarites said the city doesn’t deserve to be punished for firing Ladd three months into his year-long probationary period. “The city’s application of the probationary system worked,” she said. “It’s the window of opportunity for the city to make sure its citizens and its police officers are safe.”

The trial continues today
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Fri Aug 30, 2013 10:49 pm

Greatttttt... Fucker won


For three years, Matthew Ladd insisted that his military service in Iraq and Afghanistan shouldn’t have disqualified him from the ranks of the city’s police force.
Late Friday, a Palm Beach County jury agreed, ordering West Palm Beach to pay the 28-year-old Army veteran $880,000 for firing him on the basis of rumors that he had post-traumatic stress disorder.
“I’m stunned,” Ladd said shortly after the verdict was announced. “I’ve just been so stressed out about this case. Finally, I can get some sleep. My wife can get some sleep.”
His attorney Sid Garcia said Ladd was the victim of “malicious gossips” who lied about the trauma the rookie officer suffered while serving in the Middle East. They ultimately persuaded then-Police Chief Delsa Bush that Ladd was a danger to himself and others even though a psychiatrist who examined the rookie officer at the request of police brass found no evidence of mental distress and declared him fit for duty.
“Former Chief Bush did not take time to treat him like a human being,” Garcia said. Instead of believing the doctor, he said, she believed a vicious memo a sergeant wrote, claiming Ladd was mentally ill.
Months after Ladd was fired in October 2010, three months into his year-long probationary period, he was diagnosed with PTSD by doctors at the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center in Riviera Beach.
But, Garcia said, that doesn’t disqualify him from working as a police officer. Two officers testified that they, too, have the malady that in earlier days was known as shell shock or battle fatigue. Dr. Norman Silversmith, a psychiatrist, told jurors that PTSD is treatable.
Media accounts of veterans killing themselves or others have contributed to the public’s misunderstanding of the psychological ailment. “Like any other problem, depression or anxiety, people can function with this condition,” Garcia said. “There’s a huge misconception about PTSD.”
Ladd has undergone therapy. His war experiences are part of him but they don’t haunt him, Garcia said.
What still haunts him, and apparently what led to his downfall at the department, are allergies. He was ordered to undergo the psychological evaluation after his allergies flared up and paramedics were summoned to his house. A neighbor who called 911, cursed at the dispatcher who was uncertain what agency to call. Thinking Ladd made the call, fellow officers also responded. From there, the rumors of Ladd’s mental instability began, Garcia said.
Now that he was won the lawsuit, Ladd said he intends to seek reinstatement to the job he has dreamed about since he was a youngster. Palm Beach County Circuit Judge David Crow is to decide that issue.
Eliot Cohen, a West Palm Beach spokesman, said city officials were disappointed by the verdict. He said no decision has been made as to whether the city will appeal.
Even if the city doesn’t appeal, Garcia said he expects that city to argue that Ladd can only collect $200,000 of the nearly $900,000 the jury said he deserves. Under state law, that is the maximum governments can be forced to pay for wrongdoing.
However, Garcia said he will argue that federal discrimination law trumps state law and Ladd is entitled to recover the entire amount. Further, he said, Ladd can also enlist the help of federal laws that protect veterans.
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Anonymous

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Postby Anonymous » Sat Aug 31, 2013 4:24 am

The truth is the WPPD doesn't respect veterans and see them as damaged individuals. You never served so you'll never understand the military mentality. And the city still comes up with crap before and after to damage officers lives. Panorites your a discrace for lesbians and the city, you're just another crazy cat lady. Bush was one of the dumbest human beings to be created by God as a reminder of the human evolution. Hagan is a human garbage can full of waste. All of you should be ashamed to mistreat people trying to make a living. Pay up and shut up! That includes that pussy Cohen also, who is another city kiss ass, the city's disappointed at the decision because its the correct one made. Fix your mistakes. Mouio, Mitchell, Attorneys office, and the back stabbing PD.
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Doliveiri

Re: Great officers

Postby Doliveiri » Sat May 13, 2017 10:26 pm

There are some great officers and a lot of corruption.
I remember when the DEA recruited Gloryanne Gautier, one the hottest
babes we had seen at the time and they unexpectedly shipped her off to Honduras for some
deep undercover drug intervention work. Even her best friends didn't know about it.
Drinking Cuba Libres down in Tegulcigalpa with Gloryanne till the sun came up, those were some of the hottest nights of my life.
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jew manchu

Re: Great officers

Postby jew manchu » Sun May 14, 2017 6:56 pm

What in the holy hell are you talking about shithead? There's no way the City of West Nam would send anyone on an investigation to S America. Anything north of 59th street and south of Forest Hill is off limits.
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Doliveiri

Re: Great officers

Postby Doliveiri » Sun May 14, 2017 10:20 pm

You're obviously very naive.
Palm Beach undercover goons spread their tentacles all over South America, or didn't you read
"Dark Alliance?" Besides Agent Gautier was super sexy, legs went on forever. Met her a few times down in Tamarindo for a "nightcap."
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jew manchu

Re: Great officers

Postby jew manchu » Tue May 23, 2017 1:55 pm

West Palm Police don't have the budget for computer batteries, have no grant writers and do not venture far from the city limits. You must be talking about pbso or a fed task force.
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PD4

Re: Great officers

Postby PD4 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:12 pm

In what labor lawyer Sid Garcia calls the most vicious act he’s ever seen by an employer, the city of West Palm Beach is suing a former city police officer, claiming the Iraqi vet lied to convince a jury to award him $880,000 in a discrimination case.

The complex, multi-pronged litigation involves Matthew Ladd, who was fired by West Palm Beach in 2010 while he was still on probation. His termination came days after a psychiatrist hired by the city rejected police claims that Ladd, who served two years in Iraq and Afghanistan, suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Norman Silversmith found that Ladd was fit to return to duty.

Silversmith’s opinion and other evidence presented during a 2013 trial persuaded a jury that the city had used PTSD as a ruse to fire Ladd and ordered it to pay him nearly $900,000 in damages.

However, city officials say in a lawsuit filed this month in Palm Beach County Circuit Court that Ladd lied to police brass and Silversmith about his condition. Medical records they obtained as part of a related federal lawsuit show Ladd was diagnosed with PTSD as early as 2007 and that he was taking experimental drugs to deal with it during the three months he worked as a city cop, city attorneys claim.

Garcia counters that city officials are misinterpreting Ladd’s medical records to trump up their claims that his client committed a fraud upon the court. Further, Garcia says in records in the federal lawsuit that the claim is “a vexatious, bad faith attempt to punish Mr. Ladd for the resounding victory he had against the (city)” in the 2013 state court trial.

Ladd wasn’t diagnosed with PTSD until September 2012, nearly two years after he was fired by the city, Garcia says. Subsequently, in May 2013, Ladd scored a zero for PTSD on questionnaires administered by the Veteran’s Administration, the attorney said. Ladd remained in the Army reserves until 2012.

Garcia also blasted city attorneys for putting most of Ladd’s medical records in federal court files, where the records can be accessed by the public. “I’ve never seen such vindictiveness on the part of an employer,” he said.

City spokesman Elliot Cohen on Monday declined to comment about the lawsuit, saying he didn’t want his comments to influence Tuesday’s municipal elections for mayor and city commission.

In a statement on Tuesday, he said: “This entire case centers around Mr. Ladd’s medical background, and it would be impossible to defend ourselves in court without referring to his medical records.”

The two sides have argued bitterly in court since the jury returned its verdict. City attorneys persuaded Palm Beach County Circuit Judge David Crow not to order the city to reinstate Ladd.

Instead, the judge said Ladd was entitled to pay he would have received had he not been fired. The amount — which could push Ladd’s award to more than $1 million — has not been determined while the city appeals the verdict.

In the meantime, Ladd sued the city in federal court, claiming that the city violated his rights under the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act of 1994 and the Americans with Disabilities Act when it fired him for having PTSD. A federal judge has rejected the city efforts to have the case thrown out.
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Guest

Re: Great officers

Postby Guest » Fri Aug 18, 2017 7:42 pm

PD4 wrote:In what labor lawyer Sid Garcia calls the most vicious act he’s ever seen by an employer, the city of West Palm Beach is suing a former city police officer, claiming the Iraqi vet lied to convince a jury to award him $880,000 in a discrimination case.

The complex, multi-pronged litigation involves Matthew Ladd, who was fired by West Palm Beach in 2010 while he was still on probation. His termination came days after a psychiatrist hired by the city rejected police claims that Ladd, who served two years in Iraq and Afghanistan, suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Norman Silversmith found that Ladd was fit to return to duty.

Silversmith’s opinion and other evidence presented during a 2013 trial persuaded a jury that the city had used PTSD as a ruse to fire Ladd and ordered it to pay him nearly $900,000 in damages.

However, city officials say in a lawsuit filed this month in Palm Beach County Circuit Court that Ladd lied to police brass and Silversmith about his condition. Medical records they obtained as part of a related federal lawsuit show Ladd was diagnosed with PTSD as early as 2007 and that he was taking experimental drugs to deal with it during the three months he worked as a city cop, city attorneys claim.

Garcia counters that city officials are misinterpreting Ladd’s medical records to trump up their claims that his client committed a fraud upon the court. Further, Garcia says in records in the federal lawsuit that the claim is “a vexatious, bad faith attempt to punish Mr. Ladd for the resounding victory he had against the (city)” in the 2013 state court trial.

Ladd wasn’t diagnosed with PTSD until September 2012, nearly two years after he was fired by the city, Garcia says. Subsequently, in May 2013, Ladd scored a zero for PTSD on questionnaires administered by the Veteran’s Administration, the attorney said. Ladd remained in the Army reserves until 2012.

Garcia also blasted city attorneys for putting most of Ladd’s medical records in federal court files, where the records can be accessed by the public. “I’ve never seen such vindictiveness on the part of an employer,” he said.

City spokesman Elliot Cohen on Monday declined to comment about the lawsuit, saying he didn’t want his comments to influence Tuesday’s municipal elections for mayor and city commission.

In a statement on Tuesday, he said: “This entire case centers around Mr. Ladd’s medical background, and it would be impossible to defend ourselves in court without referring to his medical records.”

The two sides have argued bitterly in court since the jury returned its verdict. City attorneys persuaded Palm Beach County Circuit Judge David Crow not to order the city to reinstate Ladd.

Instead, the judge said Ladd was entitled to pay he would have received had he not been fired. The amount — which could push Ladd’s award to more than $1 million — has not been determined while the city appeals the verdict.

In the meantime, Ladd sued the city in federal court, claiming that the city violated his rights under the Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act of 1994 and the Americans with Disabilities Act when it fired him for having PTSD. A federal judge has rejected the city efforts to have the case thrown out.


Look at what West Palm did to the officer diagnosed with PTSD after being under the truck with the motorcade officer who was run over and killed during the Obama motorcade down I95 in 2012. They fired him! PBA Attorney Lippman won him his job back and around $100,00 in back pay. Look at what our Sheriff Bradshaw did to the deputy diagnosed with PTSD that Lippman represented. If it wasn't for Gary exposing the IA set-up that guy would of been fired. Instead, Bradshaw ordered PBA president Kazanjian to fire Lippman. anyone seeing a pattern here?
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werendowof

Re: Great officers

Postby werendowof » Fri Oct 20, 2017 9:17 pm

Doliveiri wrote:You're obviously very naive.
Palm Beach undercover goons spread their tentacles all over South America, or didn't you read
"Dark Alliance?" Besides Agent Gautier was super sexy, legs went on forever. Met her a few times down in Tamarindo for a "nightcap."


Wait sec. Gloryanne is in my Pathology Small Group at sgu. You tellin' me she's a spook?
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Guest

Re: Great officers

Postby Guest » Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:52 pm

Good officers and West Palm Beach Police

Now isn't that a big joke....lol

Kind of like an oxymoron
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Guest

Re: Great officers

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:45 pm

Agent Gautier...my telemetry has her hooked up to Robert Seldon Lady in Milan, mid 90s. They called her
"gams" because of her smooth sexy legs.
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