Michael A. Munson 
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Re: “Law Enforcement Killed 90 Oakland Residents Since 2000, And 74 Percent Were Black

The police are here to protect and serve. I won't waste words or my own time explaining why blaming the victim is wrong, or why I don't want to have to change my underwear if I am pulled over. What I will say, is that a lot of these "crimes" are not punishable by death. Yes, there are a lot of weapons on the streets. Yes, the OPOA has too much unbridled power. Yes, there are violent criminals on the streets RIGHT NOW. But the last time I checked, the is NOT Judge Dredd, and everybody does not need to die. Police trust is at an all time low. In part because they won't admit when they see their own colleagues behaving badly or even illegally. Accountability, and real consequences. A force the looks like it's community, and strong, consistent leadership, unswayed by political motivations are what's needed in Oakland.

Posted by Michael A. Munson on 08/17/2016 at 8:56 PM

Re: “Survivor, Oakland City Hall: Power Struggle Led to Expulsion of City Clerk from Closed Session

I was there, I worked for Ceda, I know all about it. it's not where you start it's where you finish. I started at the city as a student trainee, I manage KTOP currently. All I have is a HS diploma, but I work my butt off, and LaTonda is probably the smartest person in the entire city so not sure your point.

Posted by Michael A. Munson on 07/20/2016 at 10:56 PM

Re: “Survivor, Oakland City Hall: Power Struggle Led to Expulsion of City Clerk from Closed Session

First of all you know that's not true, and why don't you tell them why she terminated you

Posted by Michael A. Munson on 07/20/2016 at 8:57 PM

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