FIRST ADD, 4/5/11

Chief Wynn, Attorney Dohoney to Speak?

The Planet had learned that Pittsfield Police Chief Mike Wynn and City Attorney Rich Dohoney may be making a statement tomorrow about SteroidsGate. We haven’t confirmed that officially, as a call into city hall was not returned, but we believe the information is true.

We are trying to get confirmation. We are not sure if this will be a press conference, a statement, or what. One version, again unconfirmed, is that Wynn and Dohoney would only be speaking to the Eagle. We would hope that is not the case, and that, if a press conference or statement is held, all local media be invited or at least given the same information at the same time.

We commend the pair, if, in fact, they do make an appearance. Transparency is the best policy in matters such as this. The rumors, as they do, get out front and gallop like steeds in a thunder storm. Used to be they crawled more slowly, but that was before Don Ameche invented the “smart” phone. Now, everyone “knows” everything yesterday.


The Greatest 0-3 Team in Baseball

Idle thought. The Boston Red Sox, the Greatest Team Ever Assembled on paper, are off to an 0-3 start. It illustrates the old axiom: You can’t go 0-162 without first going 0-3.


It’s been since early March that federal investigators, we think from the Postal Service and the Drug Enforcement Administration, contacted Pittsfield Police Chief Michael Wynn about a probe they were conducting into illegal us of steroids. The feds informed Chief Wynn that they were eyeing the use of the drugs within the PPD as part of a multi-jurisdictional investigation.

PPD Internal Probe Showed “Criminal Conduct’

The chief authorized Capt. David Granger to launch an internal probe. Five days later, an unusually fast time for an internal investigation according to police sources, Granger’s probe issued a finding that plainclothes investigator David Kirchner, who is also a member of the elite Berkshire County Drug Task Force, was guilty of criminal conduct regarding steroids and had acted in a manner unbecoming a member of the PPD.

This was an internal finding. The courts have not acted as of yet against Kirchner or anyone else within the PPD. Kirchner accepted the findings through his union attorney, essentially admitting his guilt. He was busted back to uniform, suspended without pay for five days, and put on the midnight to 8 a.m. shift.


Nice Time for a Vacation

Chief Wynn has been on vacation. He either does not have access to a phone, cell or landline, and computer, or he does and has chosen not to use them. He has also decided that this matter was not serious enough for his return to the city and address the issue, as one of his own told The Planet, “head on.”

We respect the chief’s right to run his department as he judges best. Command is only an easy job when you aren’t the one sitting in the hot seat. Any yet … and yet … many in the city and several among his staff who have communicated in various ways with The Planet are:

* Not happy with what they term the “lack of leadership” shown on this issue.

* Not happy with the way so many good men and women who serve on the PPD have been painted with the brush of suspicion by the department’s refusal to comment speak to the issue.

*  Insistent that the illegal use of steroids is common within some of the ranks, that is, not confined to one lone, rogue officer.

This last point could be settled easily. All it takes is for Chief Wynn or his authorized spokesperson to publicly state, unequivocally, words to the effect of “officer David Kirchner is the only member of of the PPD who is involved with illegal use of steroids.”

If that is the entire scope of the use of illegal steroids in the PPD, then publicly say so on the oath. We shall take that as Gospel and drop the story.


We’re Getting Good Info and are Not Making Up the Facts

The Planet has never outed a source in our 36-year career as a professional journalist. We will continue that skein. The sources who are supplying us with inside information of course are doing so secretly, with the understanding of anonymity, and with great care and caution. They have openly said they fear what would happen to them and their careers, to their families, should they be discovered.

Their caution suggests a climate of intimidation with the department — certainly not the atmosphere conducive to the citizenry feeling secure with those who are charged with protecting them and enforcing, in a moral manner, the law. That’s all we want — the assurance that the good cops are recognized as such and the bad apples are weeded out. Every honest person will stand with We The People on that score. As The Planet has repeated for my good friends in the PPD, we stand with you. We recognize you have tough jobs. We admire the way you carry yourselves, professionally.

Case in Point

Again, the majority of the PPD, the men and women who are the proverbial “good cops,” chafe at being tainted by the actions of a handful of bad apples. That’s why they continue to share information.

All of what The Planet has reported a fact has been borne out by the facts. To illustrate that we have an accurate information stream from reliable sources, we share with you call number 11-5954. Anyone who wants to file a Freedom of Information request may do so. They will learn of a man, last initial H (first initial a consonant), arrested on Feb. 25, 2011. We will not publish any names here, although this is a public record and we would be within our rights.

According to sources: “Blank, Blank, and Blank (NAMES REDACTED; INFORMANT SUPPLIES NAMES OF THREE PPD MEMBERS, ONE A LIEUTENANT) tasered Consonant H something like six times before taking him into custody. H was later found doing cocaine in his cell at the PPD. He apparently smuggled it in somehow and it was missed during the season by [Lt.] Blank (NAME REDACTED) et. al. Later,Consonant  H was taken to BMC for treatment and remained there for a full day. Prisoners doing coke in the cell after being tasered.”

If sounds like fiction but read it as fact, because, according to the police’s own records, that is what happened.

Our information is good. We vet it as best as we can. If someone wants to obtain the records, they will find the details.


Who, If Anyone, Is Controlling PEDA’s Corey Thurston?

If PEDA’s Corey Thurston has no economic development experience, why would he be selected to head a quasi public-private economic development agency that for 13 years has failed to produce one bona fide tenant for the for GE campus in Pittsfield, adjacent to Silver Lake? WMECO occupies a tiny sliver of PEDA land on its western perimeter for its solar panel project, but most of the panels are on WMECO-owned property. The Planet agrees, it’s better that than nothing, but for 13 years, it’s not much to show.

Why would the board take on another “project”? Another bloke with a steep learning curve? Why not get the best? Is it because “the best” wouldn’t come here? Is it because “the best” wouldn’t put up with the Pittsfield way of doing things? Is he or she “the best” who has the intelligence not even to step into the tar pit that its Pittsfield politics, where plenty a Mastadon has been caught?

There are two ways to get by in public life in Pittsfield. One is the GOB way, where you “play ball.” The other is you try to do the right thing, acting on high moral ground from conscience and the good of the city. Guess which way brings the grease?

An Early Test for Thurston

As we have said, Thurston has a year to prove worthy of his selection. He could get off to a fast start by telling GE that the company must not put a $750,000 ceiling on its payments for the needed capping of 150,000 square feet of old factory floor.

The costs could greatly exceed $750K, and, if nothing is changed in the understanding, Pittsfield taxpayers will be footing GE’s bill. PITTSFIELD TAXPAYERS WILL BE PAYING TO CLEAN UP GE TOXINS. That is unacceptable, as Mayor Jimmy Ruberto rightly pointed out at the last PEDA meeting. The Planet asks Thurston to state what he intends to do on this issue.

Several North County businesspersons have spoken high of Thurston. At the same time, several have claimed that he is controlled by former North Adams mayor John Barrett. They claim that when Barrett was mayor, he basically had the say in programming at WMNB, especially if the mayor didn’t like a story or a guest at the radio station. They say Thurston knuckled under to Barrett. Other Northern sources dispute that.

The Planet adds this curiosity to the question. This is a story that ran in the Berkshire Eagle in 2004. Main charaters: Coreydon Thurston, John Barrett, Kurt Bricault, with minor roles by John Krol and Dan Bosely.

Berkshire Eagle, The (Pittsfield, MA)

January 9, 2004
Section: Headlines
Article ID: 1880032

Radio station rescinds Bricault’s invitation to ‘Opinion’ program
Susan Bush Berkshire Eagle Staff

NORTH ADAMS — State Rep. Daniel E. Bosley did it last month and Mayor John Barrett III did it earlier this week, but the chance to talk at length on the radio about a proposed Discount Drugs of Canada affiliate opening at 85 Main St. has been denied to Kurt Bricault, the Houghton Street man who wants to open the business. Bricault had been invited earlier this week to appear this morning on the widely listened-to “Opinion” program on WNAW (AM 1230) and WMNB (FM 100.1).

However, Bricault said yesterday that “Opinion” host John Krol contacted him yesterday morning and told him that his appearance had been canceled by the radio station’s top management. The radio show is a live call-in program that permits listeners to phone in opinions about matters of interest at the local, state, and federal levels. Programs may be geared to a topic and feature in-studio newsmaker guests. Other broadcasts are “open,” meaning callers can voice their thoughts on any issue they choose.

Listeners calling in do not reveal their identities while on the air unless they choose to. Bricault said he was pleased to have been invited on the program. “I was asked to appear and I was very willing to have an opportunity to allow people to call with their questions,” Bricault said. “And I thought about what a wonderful opportunity this was for people to listen.”

Bricault has maintained that his venture is legal and permitted through the federal Telecommunications Act of 1996. Barrett, Planning Board members and others have questioned the legality of the proposal, and Barrett had said he is concerned the city could be held liable if a permit is approved for an illegal operation. Contacted yesterday, Krol declined comment on the situation and referred questions to the station’s general manager, Corydon Thurston.

Thurston said that Bricault’s scheduled appearance was canceled because “it seems inappropriate to do this now, with the city Planning Board meeting on Monday about his [Bricault’s] permit. There is the question of legality [of the proposal] and the legal opinion of city solicitors.” …

… The Planning Board held a public hearing on the application on Dec. 8, but decided to postpone action on the permit until the next meeting, which will be on Monday night. Board members said they wanted to seek a legal opinion about the business, and Barrett said earlier this week that an opinion has been prepared by the city’s attorneys and will be announced during the meeting.

The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. at City Hall. Earlier this week, questions about the need for a special permit prompted Bricault to open his doors briefly on Monday and to withdraw his permit application. But after Barrett fined building owner David Carver $50 for the day the office operated and threatened to levy a $100 per-day fine against Carver if Bricault remained open without a permit, Bricault resubmitted the application and ceased doing business.

Since the Dec. 8 meeting, Bosley, D-North Adams, has aired his views about the proposal on a “Report from Beacon Hill” radio program aired by the station. Bosley’s comments included references to Bricault as someone who may be “out to make a quick buck,” and also incorrectly described his plan as involving drives to Canada by Bricault with consumer prescriptions in hand, which he would fill himself at Canadian pharmacies.

Barrett recently spoke about the proposal on a similar program, “Report from City Hall,” and said he believed it offers no benefit to the city. Barrett was also a solo guest on the “Opinion” program earlier this week and again spoke about the issues surrounding Bricault’s proposal. Bosley, Barrett and Bricault have all had specific comments aired during news broadcasts.

Thurston said the cancellation was not a reflection on Bricault or his business model; he insisted that the “pending [permit] application made the program timing “inappropriate.” The issue of prescription medication costs in the United States and related matters could be an appropriate topic at a future date, Thurston said.

Asked if other “Opinion” guests have been canceled in the past for similar reasons, Thurston said he couldn’t immediately recall such an instance but thought such a situation has probably occurred previously. Bricault said he believes the issue of Canadian medication access is an extremely timely topic for listeners, especially because others have been allowed to use the radio to voice their opinions. And he reiterated that he feels the issue should be about people and their struggles to pay for costly prescriptions, not a political football.

(c) 2004 The Berkshire Eagle. All rights reserved. Reproduced with the permission of Media NewsGroup, Inc. by NewsBank, Inc.


At least in this case, it appeared that Thurston had two sets of rules, one for Barrett and one for Bricault. How will Thurston do standing up for the citizens of Pittsfield in driving economic development AND seeing that GE lives up to its responsibilities of attempting to make whole (which no amount of money will ever do) for the way they poisoned the Berkshire’s county seat)?




  1. GMHeller
    April 5, 2011 at 10:29 am #

    Mr. Valenti:
    You write:
    “This last point could be settled easily. All it takes is for Chief Wynn or his authorized spokesperson to publicly state, unequivocally, words to the effect of “officer David Kirchner is the only member of of the PPD who is involved with illegal use of steroids.”

    Why are you letting Mayor James Ruberto off the hook in this chain of command?
    Since acting chief Wynn is ‘on vacation’, maybe it’s time to address your pointed questions to the guy who appointed chief Wynn?

  2. GMHeller
    April 5, 2011 at 10:43 am #

    Mayor James Ruberto could set a whole lot of things straight immeditately were he to issue a public statement that he is herewith ordering all city employees to submit to mandatory drug testing to take place at city expense and at a time and place as yet to be determined but within five days of his announcement.
    Those who fail such test or who refuse to take such a test will be placed on unpaid administrative leave until further notice and their names published in The Berkshire Eagle.

  3. GMHeller
    April 5, 2011 at 10:46 am #

    Further, the new Berkshire County sheriff Tom Bowler should make a similar announcement applicable to all employees under his jurisdiction.

    • Dusty
      April 5, 2011 at 1:13 pm #

      It appears that NO ONE wants to take a leadership role in all this and it is quite revealing. Someone at the top is not talking and telling everyone else to shut the hell up as well.

      that’s my read on it…..what else could it be?

  4. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 11:00 am #

    G M Groucho is coming to town. Not off topic, as one would review your request as humorous.

    • GMHeller
      April 5, 2011 at 11:15 am #

      Can you suggest a fairer or faster method to address the issue?

    • danvalenti
      April 5, 2011 at 12:06 pm #

      Yes, I saw where Groucho will be visiting the Colonial! “Hello, I must be going … “

      • Brian Gilbert
        April 5, 2011 at 6:24 pm #

        Dan I bet Heller knows where you live!! Be careful!!!

  5. GMHeller
    April 5, 2011 at 11:09 am #

    Mr. Valenti,
    There is an informative poll posted to Topix:
    ‘Should Drug-Testing of ALL Public Employees Be Mandatory?’
    Check out the present vote totals.

  6. GMHeller
    April 5, 2011 at 11:34 am #

    Mr. Valenti:
    RE: PEDA and the toxic WM. Stanley Business Park

    You write:
    “….. a quasi public-private economic development agency that for 13 years has failed to produce one bona fide tenant for the for GE campus in Pittsfield, adjacent to Silver Lake? WMECO occupies a tiny sliver of PEDA land on its western perimeter for its solar panel project, but most of the panels are on WMECO-owned property.”

    There’s a good reason WMECO’s solar panels are the only tenants: because Solar Panels won’t be diagnosed in 10 years with brain cancer from working on top of and beside a toxic chemicals dump.
    Be honest, Mr. Valenti, (take a poll), who, in their right mind, if they wanted to stay healthy, grow old, and die in bed at age 100, would want to sit at a desk and breath the air atop one of the largest chemical dumps in the US?
    More Solar Panels anyone?

    • Brian Gilbert
      April 5, 2011 at 3:06 pm #

      Heller 7 out of the first 10 blogs came from you.

      • GMHeller
        April 5, 2011 at 4:59 pm #

        Mr. Valenti, please remove this slanderous comment.

        • Brian Gilbert
          April 5, 2011 at 6:13 pm #

          what is slanderous? Your just a sick man!!!

        • Brian Gilbert
          April 5, 2011 at 6:25 pm #

          Mr Heller Please leave this Blog!!!!!!!!!!!!

          • GMHeller
            April 5, 2011 at 11:27 pm #

            Brian Gilbert, where are your complaints about ‘danbeaut’ and ‘scott’ and their multiple comments?
            Please note you still have not posted a single real contribution other to complain about others who actually have something to contribute.

  7. Scott
    April 5, 2011 at 12:42 pm #

    “call number 11-5954. Anyone who wants to file a Freedom of Information request may do so” Where do you present this number to get the information???

    • danvalenti
      April 5, 2011 at 2:09 pm #

      It’s simple. If it’s within state jurisdiction, you file a request from the relevant authority, in this case, PPD, asking for public records on the case “call number 11-5954.” They have 10 days to produce the document for you. The only caveat: If it’s an ongoing investigation, they may say they cannot release the information at that time.

    • Brian Gilbert
      April 5, 2011 at 6:23 pm #

      Scott 7 blogs are you as crazy as Heller or are you Heller?

      • GMHeller
        April 5, 2011 at 11:14 pm #

        Brian Gilbert, when and if the subject material becomes less compelling, at that time expect to see fewer postings from me.
        Until then.
        Oh, and what, other than complaints about others having something to say, do you actually have to contribute?

  8. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 12:55 pm #

    Hello, freeom of info act. Yes, I have no authority but would like to have certain information because I have no authority. I belong to the Charlie Sheen tigerblood society, that needs to let you know how i’m winning by prying into other peoples business. I realize thAT THIS IS A WAY OF PAYING MY MORTGAGE AND FEEDOING MY CHILDREN, AND AM CURIOUS TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT NOTHING i am privy to and is none of my business. Maybe Conor should have done that? Good luck in Springfield Conor……gawd. Chief Wynn should get a medal just for keeping the police force in tact.

  9. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 12:57 pm #

    Apologize for the spelling, not reely!

    • Scott
      April 5, 2011 at 1:15 pm #

      So you don’t agree with accountability? And no I’m not ashamed that I’m a little nosy is it possible you or someone you know is involved? You seem bitter. Also before you make any more idiotic rants I’m a frequent caller to our state reps and writer to our current mayor.

      • danvalenti
        April 5, 2011 at 1:49 pm #

        What danbeaut seems to forget is that in America, and that includes Pittsfield the last we knew, The People own the government. Everything is our business. It’s not snooping to know what your public servants do in your name. It’s the business of The People. Amazing that people don’t know this.

        • Scott
          April 5, 2011 at 2:12 pm #

          Thats why I figured this guy must be a cop or close to one. The govt’ seems to have the mentality lately that they know whats best and we should just step aside.

    • Scott
      April 5, 2011 at 1:18 pm #

      Are you familiar with how laws work and what it takes to get them into effect? heres some info for you.

      • Scott
        April 5, 2011 at 3:51 pm #

        Yes Brian so that only shows my experience and knowledge in these situations does it matter what side it was learned from??? I’ve been pulled over before like Mr. Valenti how about you are you a lawyer or something?

        • Brian Gilbert
          April 5, 2011 at 6:32 pm #

          Lawyer You are just a bitter scum ball who wants to slander any one in authority. You have a thing for any one who makes the rules..

          • Scott
            April 5, 2011 at 8:28 pm #

            I like cops I think there a lot of great cops on the PPD but the ones breaking the rules should be held accountable right? I’m not bitter I have a wonderful life these days.

          • Scott
            April 5, 2011 at 8:29 pm #

            Also I’d like to point out that police officers don’t make the rules but are paid to enforce them. They can’t pick and choose.

          • GMHeller
            April 6, 2011 at 10:41 am #

            @Brian Gilbert
            As usual, an off-topic snide snarky ad hominem attack.
            Do you have something of value to contribute or do you live to complain about others who do make intelligent comments?

  10. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 1:27 pm #

    Thank you Scott, I’ll get right on it.

  11. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 2:17 pm #

    First of all… thought Scott was putting the telephone number in the form of a question, so we agree to disagree. Second, its not snooping, but what is a nobody like me going to do with the information? Thirdly, why aren’t you up at Blantyre eating your supper? Sepre Fi

    • Scott
      April 5, 2011 at 3:49 pm #

      Never under estimate the power of the people… You have a phone, a voice and are some what capable of writing complete sentences you can use these avenues to express your self to our politicians.

      • GMHeller
        April 5, 2011 at 11:21 pm #

        Watch out, Scott!
        Be careful, you are approaching the comment limit imposed by the free-speech challenged ‘Brian Gilbert’.
        Gee, ya think ‘Brian Gilbert’ is that poster’s real name?

        • Scott
          April 6, 2011 at 4:09 am #

          I mean seriously like you said this guy isn’t contributing to the topic at all. Makes me wonder if the whole thought police thing the conspiracy theorist are yelling about is true. Don’t think stay blind the Eagle is doing good at diverting the publics attention.

  12. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 2:20 pm #

    No disrepect… spelled wrong again. I’m using this keyboard thats older than my sox, and they are old.

  13. PCP
    April 5, 2011 at 3:28 pm #

    Where is the DA and Winn? IS Dohoney needed to defend Winn?
    Dohoney is really a nonplayer unless Winn and/or Ruberto did something inappropriate. Dohoney is a private contractor to the City. BB would/will try to pass it off as the US attorney and the postal inspectors. Actually, it should be the someone from the Justice Department. Where else could you have so much fun?

  14. Jonathan Melle
    April 5, 2011 at 4:10 pm #

    Mayor Jimmy Ruberto is the face of the GOB! Mayor Barrett is the eyes and ears.

    • Scott
      April 5, 2011 at 6:06 pm #

      What did you end up getting for almost running down that cop and the ol’ ladies with their grandchildren on the easter egg hunt? – sorry I like your writing (you’re a necessary evil.) I couldn’t help myself curiosity did kill the cat after all.

  15. danbeaut
    April 5, 2011 at 4:12 pm #

    When did you land?

  16. Fan Dan Go
    April 5, 2011 at 4:49 pm #

    Corydon Thurston J Howell III: Phone home!

  17. Jeff
    April 7, 2011 at 5:13 am #

    More cops involved with steroids?
    Don Hooton – Thursday, March 24, 2011
    It seems like we are seeing stories of cops and alleged steroid use on an almost daily basis. This time – Massachusetts.


    PITTSFIELD — A probe into illegal steroids has resulted in disciplinary action against two police officers, one of whom works for the Pittsfield Police Department.

    Authorities have identified the city officer as David P. Kirchner, a former plainclothes investigator with the Pittsfield Police Drug Unit who recently was suspended. The other law enforcement official is a Massachusetts State Police trooper, whom officials have declined to identify.

    No criminal charges have been filed against either officer.

    The trooper, who is stationed at the Russell barracks and is believed to live in Berkshire County, was placed on “restricted duty.” That means he was stripped of his service weapon and cruiser and placed on “desk duty,” according to David Procopio, a state police spokesman in Framingham.

    Procopio declined to comment on whether the trooper might be charged with a crime.

    “I can’t comment on an ongoing investigation,” he said. “I will confirm that we do have an internal investigation into allegations involving a trooper and performance-enhancing drugs.”

    Kirchner was suspended in connection with an investigation by an outside agency, but now is “back on the street as a patrol officer,” Pittsfield Police Chief Michael J. Wynn said Wednesday.

    Pittsfield police launched an internal affairs investigation that resulted in the veteran officer’s suspension after the department “received information from an outside

    law enforcement agency,” Wynn said, declining to identify the agency and the information it provided.

    Wynn also would not comment on the nature of the allegations against Kirchner.

    Richard M. Dohoney, the city’s attorney, declined to provide any details about the suspension, including its length or whether Kirchner was paid during the deferment.

    “I don’t comment on personnel matters,” the attorney said in a phone message Wednesday.

    A woman who answered the door at Kirchner’s Lenox home Wednesday morning said he was not home. The officer did not return a phone call seeking comment.

    It remains unclear if Kirchner or the trooper might face charges in connection with the probe, which involved agents from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and possibly other agencies. A phone call to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to gauge that agency’s involvement was not returned.

    U.S. Postal Inspector Bernadette Lundbohm, in a phone message Wednesday to The Eagle, said she was “not at liberty to talk about” ongoing investigations and urged a reporter to obtain a copy of the “police report.”

    The Eagle has formally requested information about Kirchner’s case from Pittsfield officials, who are “working on getting [the newspaper] the information we are allowed to release,” mayoral aide Patricia Farley-Bouvier said in a Wednesday email message.

    No criminal complaints had been filed against Kirchner as of Wednesday afternoon, according to officials in the Central Berkshire District Court clerk’s office. However, a source told The Eagle that Kirchner would not be charged in connection with the steroid probe.

  18. Jeff
    April 7, 2011 at 5:15 am #

    When you click on the link below to access the Berkshire Eagle’s write-up you will find that the article has been removed;

    • GMHeller
      April 7, 2011 at 9:40 am #

      What’s the headline on the article to which you are attempting to link?

  19. Proud to live in Pittsfield
    April 7, 2011 at 5:27 am #

    I just want everyone to know just how proud I am to be able to live in such a wonderful city such as Pittsfield, what with so many drug-popping corrupt police and other politcal heads of office, high-office excecutive pedophiles, and gangs that our oh-so-wonderful police department’s drug task force can’t get rid of, but sure can put away the one or two-man operations that are going on in this wonderful town, but even then, they can’t put the one or two-man operations away because thay are their own family members, then in which case all they do is ‘slap them on the wrist’ and put them back on the streets.

    Thank you Pittsfield Police for protecting the gangs of this fine city and eliminating the one and two-man drug dealers, and Thank you Mayor for protecting us, the citizens of Pittsfield from the Pittsfield Police department’s drug-enhanced(and probably drug-induced), steroid-crazed officers.

  20. GMHeller
    April 7, 2011 at 9:38 am #

    That City Solicitor Richard Dohoney sure writes great press releases, eh?
    So how much of it was lawyer Dohoney’s work, how much Mayor James Ruberto’s, and how much of it actually came from acting police chief Michael Wynn?
    Anyone care to make an educated guess?