Forest Park Forums Homepage
Forum Home Forum Home > Local Political Arena > Police , Fire, Village Departments
  New Posts New Posts RSS Feed - What Calderone says about his police chief
  FAQ FAQ  Forum Search   Events   Register Register  Login Login

What Calderone says about his police chief

 Post Reply Post Reply
Bill Dwyer View Drop Down

Joined: 31/August/2013
Status: Offline
Points: 1312
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Bill Dwyer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: What Calderone says about his police chief
    Posted: 15/April/2014 at 6:14pm
In a deposition taken as part of the Doe v Lee civil law suit that just cost Forest Park's insurer $646,000- money that they will definitely get back in increased premiums- Tony Calderone basically threw his police chief under the bus.

This is the manner in which Tony Calderone has always been in charge of basically everything in the village. Authority over everything, responsibility for nothing. Sweet!

Calderone states under oath that he thought Young Lee had only been accused of "indiscretions." Wasn't told anything else. Rape? No one told him. Not the chief. No one. He had no idea. 

And it was the chief who decided not to fire Lee for his inexcusable behavior. Not Calderone, who had no idea how just how really serious the allegations were. 

I particularly like Calderone's making the word 'rape' into more than a single word. If the word 'rape,' - plural or single- was used, it wasn't "necessarily relayed" to him. 

But my point is that what Calderone insisted at every juncture is that he didn't know, didn't know, didn't know! The specifics. Details. Just didn't know. And didn't ask. So he wasn't aware. Most important, not his fault. 

It could be just a disturbing co-incidence, but Calderone's answers to questions in his deposition sound to me like anything but direct answers. As any- well, most- cops know, people are usually lying when they leave obvious stuff out, or make an answer too involved. The truth is usually simple and direct. 

So, a question for Forest Park's non-superintending, inattentive, uncurious and uninquisitive Police Superintendent: If the village just got slapped with a $646,000 judgement (and legal fees?) for transgressions by a Forest Park officer that he, under oath, states he was never told about, at least regarding their seriousness, should the police chief who failed to inform him of such serious matters be allowed to keep his job? 

Because the chief clearly kept some crucial facts from his boss, according to his boss's testimony under oath. 

Of course, I don't believe for a moment Jim Ryan didn't inform his boss of everything related to the Lee case. 

And I don't believe anything Tony Calderone says. But guess who's going to have to go, if anyone does go? 

Because there's one thing Tony Calderone always keeps keep a very superintending eye on, and that's his own ass. 

Edited by Bill Dwyer - 15/April/2014 at 6:16pm
Facts are a bitch and the truth most hurts the liars
Back to Top
 Post Reply Post Reply

Forum Jump Forum Permissions View Drop Down

Forum Software by Web Wiz Forums® version 10.03
Copyright ©2001-2011 Web Wiz Ltd.

This page was generated in 0.047 seconds.
A.Lange & Sohne Langematik Tourbillon Replica Watches ,and it must be a dream replica watches. Brand, style, visibility, features are absolutely assiduous, they not only added to their own sort of power in the rolex replica sale, and certainly can bear, "handed down" in the name. Now here is a fantastic choice for you, if you heard of Langematik Tourbillon rolex replica sale , this article will be much helpful to you. The function of a breitling replica sale is no longer confined to more of a symbol used to reflect personal taste. For men, the rolex replica uk is a symbol of their status; the contrary, a woman wearing a replica watches in addition to at the time, the greatest use is decorative, fashion Langematik Tourbillon breitling replica sale , elegance, style, simplicity, there is a pressing vulgarity temperament.