Never really liked the guy, but then again I've never met him. From what I've read he was fiscally irresponsible with Perkins tax dollars - but I'm the kind of guy who won't go shooting because I don't want to pay for the ammo - so paying beaucoup dollars for training ammunition really ticks me off. That, and remember the time PPD paid (about, not sure, might be more) $2500 to have Lt. Col Dave Grossman come and talk about killing in the line of duty?
When is the last time a PPD officer had to kill someone in the line of duty? I would think that some department funded private counseling sessions would be more appropriate than having a speaker come in and talk about it with the entire department. Seems a little macho to me, but that's just me.Let me see your warface!
Grossman's business plan summed up in 10 seconds:Having to kill another human being can really mess you up. Pay me a bunch of money and I'll come and explain it to you while making you feel macho for being in a career that might require it.
The PPD was raided last year, so everyone pretty much knew this was coming:
The feds don't indict unless they are dang sure of a conviction, so McClung will be fighting an uphill battle.