Without commenting on the specifics, not being "in the know", and more importantly the fact that the matter is before the court, it's saddening as these officers probably have families to support/financial responsibilities but have now lost their jobs along with three other officers who were also terminated for misconduct but not charged.
Still in disbelief/utter shock at the allegations.
They commited crimes. They abused their positions.
They didnt think of their families while they did it so I dont give a fuck now.
Allegations of course but if its true they can get bent.
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VanSmack wrote:They were making over 6 figures a year plus benefits and a pension to do what is essentially the job of a security guard, doing the same sort of things that Garda and the other companies pay just above minimum wage for other people to do in private buildings. Apparently it wasn't a sweet enough gig for them as it was and they allegedly decided that not only did they not want to do the work, but they also wanted to get paid for OT they didn't work either. I've got no sympathy for people who have it that good and still decide it's not enough and cheat the system to get more.
VanSmack wrote:I've got no sympathy for people who have it that good and still decide it's not enough and cheat the system to get more.
I suppose this is a story of the old Iron law of Responsibility, wherein,
"in the long run, those who do not use power in ways that society considers responsible will tend to lose it"
On a side note, I fell like I need to make a reference to eight men out.
mack_silent wrote:So TTC is hiring then?
5 spots in their Fraud Office.
Yeah, no sympathy for these guys, if found guilty.
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