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Police officer investigation report over Mr. Vegemite
Here is the outcome of the police investigation over the police officer Terry Casey of his treatment and threats, "if your cat came into my yard, I'd shoot it in the head with a 22". My defense lawyer even found out that he made a mistake! He was very anxious to punish me and he even got his story wrong from the people who trapped the cats. It was another cat, not Mr. Vegemite that was coming over and causing trouble. Officer Casey did not listen good and got his facts all mixed up so he punished me and threatened me with no good cause. Officer Gillespie, the investigating policeman, handed the report to my husband at work and didn't even have the courtesy to give it to ME. I was already told by a couple business owners in Woodland that Gillespie is not an upright honest man anyhow so I am not surprised of the sad outcome that they just don't care how they treat people. Everybody makes mistakes and Casey made a mistake and is not Man enough to say sorry. Real men can admit that they make mistakes and we have very bad men for officers in Woodland. I was told for years by business owners in town that our police are corrupt and uncaring and lazy and all out for theirselves. Because of that, they have been mistreated by authorities above them as a reaping and sowing.
They complain and whine about the mistreatment of past police chiefs etc. If they would treat people decent and do their job with honor and integrity, maybe they would be honored from above.