The only ‘cold case’ our SFPD is good at solving.

 Does anyone find it a bit ironic that the SFPD has decided to pursue a 1974 cold case (whose main suspect died 3 years ago) yet can’t even get a single lead on the Tuthill park shooting in which they have classified as an inactive case.

Seems our new police chief is learning from his boss the game of smoke and mirrors.

Someone else said to me, this may have to do with justifying the SFPD’s cold case budget.

Well as long as they continue to have shadows and tree branches to shoot at in the dark, we will keep hope alive.


One Thought on “More Smoke & Mirrors from the SFPD

  1. The D@ily Spin on March 10, 2016 at 9:06 am said:

    What a waste of resources working on a 42 year old cold case. Research has private merit. Is the police chief using public money for his private book? Finish it with fiction and focus on what we’re paying you to do. There are plenty of unsolved casino robberies that deserve attention. How about use cold case funds for an internal affairs section. False arrests and ethics violations make us not trust police. Correct the Gestopo impression and focus on protect and serve.

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