Friday, June 28, 2013

911 dispatcher suspended after controversial post - Opinions Not Allowed

Image representing Facebook as depicted in Cru...
Image via CrunchBase
Updated: Friday, 28 Jun 2013, 5:59 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 27 Jun 2013, 4:52 PM EDT
Camarillo is suspended pending the outcome of an internal investigation. The City would not say if she is still getting paid.

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - A 911 dispatcher who made a controversial post on Facebook has been suspended from her job.

On June 18, reported Jessica Camarillo posted a comment on Facebook concerning the police-involved shooting of Joshua Omar Johnson, who was gunned down at a Wells Fargo after allegedly trying to pass a bad check and then reportedly hitting an officer with his car.

Camarillo’s Facebook post read as follows:
"I think the officers should sue the [Johnson] family for putting the officers' lives in danger, making detectives work past the time they were suppose to get off, the gas it took for them to get to the scene, the bullets used, the hospital bills, the equipment needed for forensics, and making me work the channel instead of reading my hot sexy" 

Once again we see that opinions are a clear violation to a totalitarian government. Facebook is a violation to the freedom of speech and the concept of privacy does not exist when it comes to Facebook.  One does not have to agree with her opinions, but one should still respect her right to her opinions as well as her right to privacy.  It's a violation to both democracy as well as the Bill of Rights to use this information against her.  

  Beware, you will be censored in a totalitarian government.  Norfolk officials should be ashamed of themselves for such elitist ideals. 

Enhanced by Zemanta

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank You for taking the time to comment on this article. Please note, we moderate every comment before we allow it to post. Comments do not show up right away because of this.