The official word from the Tuesday afternoon closed-door Sandusky city commission meeting: Commissioners and the public both will receive the $20,000++ Murman report on the Nuesse investigation at noon Wednesday.
Below please find a comment posted this morning at sanduskyregister.com. This is just one among several "leaked" allegations I've heard previously about my alleged nefarious involvement in Nuesse-gate.
The recent antics of city and county officials amaze me, but I'd be surprised if they would have the arrogance to actually file criminal charges against police Chief Kim Nuesse to keep their agenda alive. There's just nothing there and they won't be able to make it up or make it stick.
Erie County Common Pleas Judge Roger Binette is expected to rule today whether Sandusky police Chief Kim Nuesse is entitled to receive documents related to the secret investigation of the secret allegations against her.
But nothing is normal or fair about this integrity probe.
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