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PAVELIC PUBLISHED LETTER RE CHIEF GATES

 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2011 7:01 am    Post subject: PAVELIC PUBLISHED LETTER RE CHIEF GATES Reply with quote



PAVELIC REGARDING LAPD CHIEF DARYL GATES

"....As a 19 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department, I am elated that Chief Gates was forced into retirement. His corrupt managerial style, coupled with his inflammatory and intemperate public comments, have done irreparable damage to the City of Los Angeles and its police department.

Daryl Gates and his close associates are suffering from a disease called megalomania....an exaggerated belief in their own greatness and that of the organization. In order to maintain a mythical status of being "the best law enforcement agency in the world" the LAPD management developed a bunker mentality and consciously impeded and retarded investigations or inquiries which reflected poorly on the organization. The "us against them" mentality required faulty analysis which was oftentimes based on pseudo reasoning, clever fallacies and distorted or manufactured evidence.

The disciplinary system under the leadership of Daryl Gates lacked consistency, uniformity and equality and sent a deplorable signal to others on the force, that it is OK to falsify official investigations, violate the LAPD manual, discredit the Code of Ethics and be dishonest as long as you are a member of management or have friends at the top who will protect you even when prima facie evidence of a crime is clearly evident

Chief Gates has failed to hold accountable personnel under his control who were acting under the color of law and were exercising illegal direction under the guise of official authority. In no sphere of public life is this practice more repugnant than in law enforcement. Chief Gates, who morally bankrupt the Los Angeles Police Department, forgot, or never knew, that true leadership can be gained only by an intolerance of wrong doing and unless we all abide by the highest standards among ourselves, we have no business enforcing the law upon others.

Chief Gates used the Internal Affairs Division to intimidate those officers who dared to speak out against Los Angeles Police Department's institutionalized racism, corruption, sexism, mismanagement, promotional cronyism and other sensitive issues. If the Internal Affairs Division didn't get these "disloyal" police officers, like the Russian KGB, the organization could always count on the Medical Liaison Unit to send these officers to the Department shrink to certify them as functionally crazy...."
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