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Editorial: Law to protect cops mostly hurts them

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After a month-long investigation, Schenectady Police Chief Mark Chaires has released precious few details about the off-duty car accident that Assistant Chief Michael Seber got into Dec. 30, except to acknowledge that the department’s initial investigation into the accident was flawed and that three officers — not necessarily including Seber — will be disciplined. As justification for not providing additional details, including what disciplinary action the unnamed officers face, Chaires cites an absurd section of ...

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wmarincic
February 13, 2009
1:08 p.m.
(Comment was removed by moderator for not meeting the Daily Gazette's community standards.)
wmarincic
February 14, 2009
8:02 a.m.

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What's the matter, does the truth hurt or is it that you cant stand the truth and have a problem with criticizm?

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