- Report: #998493
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Complaint Review: Steve Levine ABC6 news reporter= JOKE
Steve Levine ABC6 news reporter= JOKEColumbus, Ohio United States of America
Steve Levine ABC6 news reporter= JOKE HYPOCRITE- Columbus, Ohio
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Steve is a local ''Fighting Back" consumer reporter. He even does a segment called "Wheel of Justice" where they put a wanted criminals picture on a whell and spin it hoping to get tips on these criminals.
The sad part of this is he stands there working with a Franklin County Sheriffs Office Detective which is the same Sheriffs Department that has criminals working for them. Steve Levine and his news station know about the criminals working as Deputys with the Department and refuse to go after them like they do criminals on the streets.
Abc6 news was the station that did the story originally on the two Deputys involved in Forgery-Theft- and Fraud but since the Sheriff said he will not prosecute they dropped the case. [continued below]....
The link above has a copy of the story done by abc6 news. The sad part is since I exposed this situation they have removed the link to the story. You can see the title posting " TWO FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF SUPERVISORS DEMOTED"
How does a Sheriff Deputy commit FRAUD-THEFT- AND FORGERY and is not prosecuted like someone in the general public that commits the same crime. They get demoted? keep their pay-retirement benefits and all other benefits??
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