Still waiting for justice after SWAT team member kills innocent grandfather
In his zeal to imprison a political opponent and police critic,
Ferguson quietly accepted a lie from a woman in Tennessee to amass
a raiding party to kidnap two children off my property on
August 19, 2015, without a warrant (as required
by the U.S. Constitution's Fourth Amendment). It is clear he believes
that state laws trump the U.S. Constitution. Another indication that
he is fundamentally stupid and simply does not understand the
Sometime in October, 2015, Ernest Perce, an alleged Christian pastor who was living with me had a conversation with Ken Ferguson and Ferguson asked him a strange question.
Why are you living with an atheist?
Why would our police chief ask such a stupid question?
Answer: Because he is stupid.
I would not be surprised if Ken Ferguson has a Star of David tattooed on his fat ass and he has been circumcised. Note all these stories.
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Strangely enough our idiot chief did not inquire as to whether the FBI had such training courses. Ferguson just wants that stupid jewish support so he plants his lips on their ass.
Ferguson called marijuana a gateway to hard drugs
, including cocaine and heroin. Of course, as head of FPD, he has
a strong interest against legalization. If it becomes legal, it takes
a lot of work away from our lazy ass
police department and we can fire a few
excessively well paid police officers.
Marijuana is illegal solely because it is a major source of funding for law enforcement.
Ken Ferguson prefers that criminals control the marijuana market and sell untested, unlabeled products to people of any age, while his overpaid underemployed police thugs reap the rewards of law enforcement and incarcerating mostly young black and latino people.
He's just another pig in the puddle that can smell colors.
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Here's a case of Ken Ferguson when he was a Framingham deputy
on Joseph Rizoli simply because he did not
want to listen to Joseph Rizoli talk in a meeting.
Ken Ferguson (email@example.com) the thug starts by telling Rizoli to shutup, then gets up and makes him sit down.
This moron carries a gun.
One has to appreciate the delicious irony when a member of the government using violence at a Violence Prevention Roundatable meeting.
Our government is the potent and omnipresent teacher for good or for
ill, it teaches the whole people by its example.
Our government teaches the whole people by its example. If the
government becomes the lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law;
it invites every man to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy.
|Framingham police chief reappointed to three-year term||June 29, 2016|
|Jim Haddadin 617-863-7144||Metrowest Daily News|
FRAMINGHAM - Saying that Framingham Police Chief Ken Ferguson has set a "great tone" for the department, Town Manager Bob Halpin on Tuesday asked selectmen to concur with his decision to reappoint Ferguson to a new three-year term.
Halpin earlier this month extended Ferguson's tenure through June 2019, signaling his confidence in the chief amid a rocky period for the police department.
"I think he is very, very much on board with the town manager's broader agenda of where community policing in particular fits into our strategies for downtown," Halpin said, "and our interest in engaging neighborhoods in Framingham about their public safety needs."
Ferguson, who became police chief in October 2013, has been confronted with a host of unexpected challenges within the past year. Among the most pressing is an ongoing investigation by the state attorney general's office into the theft of money from the department's evidence room.
Authorities launched the probe in September after discovering empty police department envelopes inside the former evidence room supervisor's personal vehicle, according to the town's lawyer.
Ferguson has also struggled to quell strife within the department, which employs roughly 135 uniformed officers, placing it among the largest municipal police forces in the state.
The Framingham Police Superior Officers Association, the 27-member union that represents sergeants and lieutenants, held a vote of no confidence in Ferguson's administration in early April. A union official said previously that members have been "harassed" and mistreated by Ferguson's deputy chiefs.
Soon after, Ferguson placed Deputy Chief Kevin Slattery on paid administrative leave. Slattery, the head of operations for the police department, oversees the patrol division and street crimes unit, as well as crime scene services and community policing efforts.
Town Counsel Christopher Petrini previously told the Daily News that Slattery was placed on leave "due to an alleged improper verbal comment he made regarding a subordinate." The town's human resources director has retained a legal firm with expertise in employment practices to investigate the allegations raised in Slattery's case.
The town also remains locked in contentious negotiations with the supervisor's union, which saw its last contract expire in July 2015. Ferguson has publicly voiced support for the department to leave the state's Civil Service system, a suggestion the union has yet to accept.
Despite criticism from his subordinates, Ferguson has enjoyed outspoken support from Halpin and other town officials, who say discord within the department boils down to a series of labor disputes.
"While there are some labor issues within the department that we very much want to manage and get beyond, I think that overall he has set a great tone for the department," Halpin said of the chief.
Ferguson, a 31-year veteran of the police department, earned $180,655 last year, according to town salary records. He will receive no change in his salary as a result of his reappointment, although like other department heads, Ferguson is eligible for a merit-based salary increase following a pending performance review, which will take place later this summer.
Selectmen on Tuesday voted 4-0 to concur with Halpin's decision to reappoint the chief, with selectmen Jason Smith not in attendance for the vote.
The board also backed reappointments for Human Resources Director Delores Hamilton and Chief Financial Officer Mary Ellen Kelley.
"We have three outstanding professionals that we have just concurred on," Selectman Cheryl Tully Stoll said after the votes. "We're just very fortunate to have all of you working here."
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