I suspect 99.9 percent of officers meet that high standard. Yet we see videos of officers beating a man because he jaywalked, and allegations of deputies stripping him once in custody and beating him again. Violence of this sort is never justified, no matter the crime. Its hard to not fear all officers when a few are allowed to go rogue. The 99.9 percent deserve better. Chuck Woods, Elk Grove Support police Re Witness says Davis police officers behavior on Picnic Day led to beating (Page 4A, April 27): I was wondering how long it would take for The Bee to publish an article inferring that police caused their own beatings at Davis Picnic Day. Officers were injured by thugs as a large hostile crowd happily took photos and videos. Shame on you and your encouragement of criminal, violent behavior. Mary Zimmermann, Roseville BOE a disgrace Re Embattled tax board director says his job was threatened (Page 1A, April 21): Yet another report on the inefficiency and dereliction of duty of a major state agency. The people elected to the Board of Equalization are not accountable to anyone, and, since they are not required to have any kind of education or experience that would make them qualified, it should not be a surprise that that the results of their actions are questionable. It is an absolute shame and disgrace that the state has accepted the inappropriate, illegal and dysfunctional actions of the Board of Equalization without taking corrective action.
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