Saturday, May 06, 2006

Officer Disciplined In Kennedy Case

ABC News has the story.

Capitol Police have taken disciplinary action against a watch commander for the handling of Rep. Patrick Kennedy's car accident, acting Capitol Police Chief Christopher McGaffin said.

Who wants to bet that a stern reprimand went into his file and very little more will be said?

McGaffin would not elaborate on the disciplinary actions, but he did say "significant administrative and personnel corrective action has been taken." Other officers may be disciplined. No one has been fired at this point.

Of course not. Why should we expect anything else? In fact, I would not be the least bit surprised to find out that he is still Watch Commander.

Is it any wonder why the American people are growing increasingly disenchanted with leadership, in all departments and at all levels?

1 comment:

Subcomandante Bob said...

News of hope for the Kennedy family in DC, as only National Nitwit can present.