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Lawsuit against Marietta police officers dropped

January 31, 2013

A lawsuit filed against three Marietta Police officers in November has been dropped by the Marietta man who filed it. Jeremy Richards, 39, of 100 Cisler Lane Apt....

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Feb-01-13 9:04 AM

Does anything in this town ever happen above board? Is everything done under the table and underhanded? This town gets more and more pathetic each and every day.

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Jan-31-13 8:42 PM

Anyone can submit a public information request of the Marietta Law Director's Office and they are required by law to release this "sealed" information. The Marietta Times would never do actual investigative reporting that might upset the status quo.

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Jan-31-13 6:09 PM

Quid pro quo,baby.

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Jan-31-13 4:29 PM

Seems like we already

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Jan-31-13 1:41 PM

I agree. We do have a right to know, and this would be a wonderfulopportunity for MT to show its journalisrtic prowess. Isn't there are right to access info that coudl be used here? We can't stand for this type of "justice." It's croneyism, plain and simple.

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Jan-31-13 11:33 AM

Local justice system at its finest again.

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Jan-31-13 11:02 AM

If taxpayers money was paid then it should be known to the taxpayers, after all the money DOES comes from us. And since the police officers are also paid with taxpayers money, if they were disciplined then that also should be public information.

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