[Vision2020] who pays for Megaload cops?
NGIER at uidaho.edu
Fri Sep 2 14:24:09 PDT 2011
Hi Wayne & Bill,
Last month Mayor Chaney told me that Exxon-Mobil offered to pay for extra police costs. We need some clarification here.
Is Duke paying his officers after getting a check from Big Oil?
A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com on behalf of Tom Hansen
Sent: Fri 9/2/2011 2:16 PM
To: Wayne Price
Cc: vision2020; Contact - nchaney at moscow.com; Tom Lamar
Subject: Re: [Vision2020] who pays for Megaload cops?
Applying Wayne Price's logic . . .
Tax payers should be held financially responsible for providing law enforcement security to Renaissance Fair and Rendezvous in the Park.
See if you can get that dog to hunt.
Seeya round town, Moscow.
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On Sep 2, 2011, at 14:05, Wayne Price <bear at moscow.com> wrote:
> So, some protesters show up and the local police respond and you want the folks that have the permits to pay?
> WHEN the protesters break the laws, their fines should pay for the disturbances they cause. Now, who decided some 25 additional police officers were needed?
> That dog won't hunt!
> On Sep 2, 2011, at 1:38 PM, Bill London wrote:
>> According to newspaper reports, about 25 local cops (17 Moscow, 9 county) were at the latest megaloads confrontation Thurs night in downtown Moscow.
>> Who is paying for all the overtime for those officers? I called David Duke (Moscow police chief) who said that we are. The taxpayers. You. Me. Us. We are spending money to help the world's richest corporation (Exxon/Mobil) get their equipment delivered on time.
>> Thankfully, Duke said that the city council will be discussing this issue on Tuesday (Sept 6) at their regular meeting. I hope the council tells Exxon to pay those costs.
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