- Report: #1080439
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Complaint Review: ABC 6 on your side
ABC 6 on your side1261 Dublin Rd Columbus, Ohio USA
ABC 6 on your side- LIARS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS- COVERUP Columbus Ohio
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ABC 6 News Columbus Ohio is a joke. They have a program called 6 on your side. But they are not really on your side.. Here is why.
Recently Two High Ranking Franklin County Sheriff Officers were involved in Fraud-theft and forgery. Abc 6 news broke the story and the Sheriff Zach Scott confirmed they committed these crimes. But because ABC 6 has close ties with the Franklin county Sheriffs Office they even use them on their show segment called Wheel of Justice.
How can a News station have their reporters put commercial up asking the public to report fraud- theft and forgery yet when Law enforcement does this they dont follow through. We decided to put the question out to news reporters on all 3 of our local news stations.
HERE IS THE QUESTION WE POSED TO REPORTERS..
As a news reporter do you think if police officers are involved in theft- fraud- forgery they should remain on the job or be prosecuted like anyone else who commits the crime?
Of course they should be prosecuted.
Do you have information we need to know?
I think (and so does the law) that police officers should be investigated like any other citizen--and if accused should be granted due process. If convicted, the specifics of the crime would factor into whether I think they should lose their job. Not likely for any of those three crimes.
Answer..---Sure--I meant it doesn't seem likely they would keep their jobs.
Sent from my Verizon Wireless Droid
HERE IS A LINK TO THE STORY OF THE DEPUTYS WHO COMMITED CRIMES..
Yes, law enforcement officers should be held accountable just as you or I would be held accountable if we committed fraud or theft.
If you're found guilty of a crime, typically that weighs into the decision of whether or not you will keep your job. It depends on the circumstance but if a cop was stealing I don't think he could be found as an effective law enforcement officer.
Hope that helps.
CAN WE SEE HOW BAD THIS IS... THEY CANT EVEN COVER THE NEWS WHEN IT COMES TO FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICIALS BREAKING THE LAW AND STEALING FROM THE PUBLIC...
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