20 February 2009

Commissioner Bealefeld Not In Charge

Sources close to the situation have been revealing details to the Baltimore Spectator over the last several weeks. The claim is Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick Bealefeld III, is more of a figurehead puppet than an actual leader. Our sources tell us someone else, a woman (not who you think), is actually in charge of the Baltimore Police Department.

We're attempting to get a response or comment from the Department and the Commissioners office. None received so far.

So who's really running the department anyhow?

. . . developing


Anonymous said...

Deb Owens, I'm betting.

Anonymous said...

Wow, unsubstantiated rumors/opinions. Keep printing them while you work on the reporting to see if there's anything to them

The Editors said...

This is a news and VIEWS site. It is assumed the reader has the intelligence to discern the difference.

Anonymous said...

I guess Owens can't lead the force out in the open with all those purported EEO violations she's allegedly committed.



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