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Firing Should Not Have Been Reversed

February 4, 2013

Last winter, Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Tiffany Wilson found herself on the wrong end of a traffic stop....

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Feb-05-13 9:17 AM

"Law enforcement officers should be held to a hire standard than the average citizen" I AGREE. If you are going to hold them to a higher standard than the average citizen then WE NEED TO PAY THEM HIGHER THAN THE AVERAGE CITIZEN ALSO!

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Feb-05-13 7:48 AM

this is BS. why can cops drink and drive, but never have to pay the price that every other citizen has to ? doing 102 miles per hour? if it was a regular citizen they would have been sentenced to jail, not given their job back with full pay. what an outrage.

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Feb-04-13 8:24 PM

I agree. The decision should be reversed and she should not be permitted to work in LE. Rediculous decision.

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Feb-04-13 12:09 PM

JUSTICE!!! NO! It is gender. I am sure it was thought out in advance. BUT-- They don't care about public opinion.

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Feb-04-13 6:06 AM

I agree that it should not have been reversed. I wonder how many people she has cited for DUI over the years that have a CDL. They lose their CDL and obviously their lively hood if they are driving for a living. She not only was drunk she was driving at 102 miles per hr. She could have easily killed some one. Law enforcement officers should be held to a hire standard than the average citizen. They even gave her back pay. She was rewarded for her time off. This is rediculous and i think the attorney general and the Governor if necessary should step in see that she never works as an officer of the law for the state of Ohio ever again.

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