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    Question Should Cliff Buscher step down in light of the recent Channel 20 piece?

    Should Cliff Buscher step down in light of the recent Channel 20 piece?


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    Thank God the State Police is doing the investigation.

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    I voted NO because Cliff Buscher should have stepped down years ago when it happened, not just because the media FINALLY decided it was news...why wasn't this new then? The facts haven't changed. It was OK for him to remain on the department then, why not now?

    And for those who think it was just a guy blowing off steam (which I have heard some comment). He is an officer of the law. they, by oath, are held to a higher standard than regular people. If he couldn't honor his oath (and he didn't and can't, a probably still doesn't) he shouldn't be a police officer
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    bump

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    Williams and Cullen should be the first to resign, retire, be fired, whatever

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    Buscher shouldn't have to step down for this, he should have to step down for covering up Davlin murdering two people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springfield007 View Post
    Buscher shouldn't have to step down for this, he should have to step down for covering up Davlin murdering two people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springfield007 View Post
    Buscher shouldn't have to step down for this, he should have to step down for covering up Davlin murdering two people.

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    Definitely Cullen too. Wish we could get rid of the whole lot of them.

    And why do people keep bringing up Davlin with these cryptic comments?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scorched View Post
    I voted NO because Cliff Buscher should have stepped down years ago when it happened, not just because the media FINALLY decided it was news...why wasn't this new then? The facts haven't changed. It was OK for him to remain on the department then, why not now?

    And for those who think it was just a guy blowing off steam (which I have heard some comment). He is an officer of the law. they, by oath, are held to a higher standard than regular people. If he couldn't honor his oath (and he didn't and can't, a probably still doesn't) he shouldn't be a police officer
    Because he comitted a felony...THis isnt about alcoholism, its about trust and judgment.
    I wonder what its like to be the head honcho? I'd shout out an order, I think were out of this man get me some.

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