Quantcast

Comments about ‘In our opinion: Police secrecy troubling when information not released’

Return to article »

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 14 2012 12:00 a.m. MST

Comments
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
one old man
Ogden, UT

An excellent editorial.

iron&clay
RIVERTON, UT

Without rudimentary disclosure by the WVPD the citizens of Utah should demand the arrest of undercover officers on charges of murder.

9MM
Murray, UT

With every officer involved incident, the departments are always slow to release details, they like to protect their own, it usually takes weeks or months to finally see anything in the news about it. And yet with the citizens they are sworn to protect, they jump at every chance to release details, we all know by the next news report what happened.

WestGranger
West Valley City, Utah

Police necessarily have strong bonds with each other in such a difficult and risky profession.They are so frequently under strong public scrutiny because the posses such a strong position of trust. Newspapers would like to know everything and the public has a right to know to a certain degree and the police have a need to keep certain information confidential. Without knowing the details, it does look as though the police might have gone over the line. The girls parent don't have even basic information.

Former Sports Director
Ogden, UT

There is a very similar situation playing out currently in Ogden as well.

Very troubling trend.

Anti Bush-Obama
Washington, DC

What corruption is the WVPD involved in? Not releasing what they new about the Susan Powell case. Now this. I wonder if she was unarmed. Police have had a lot of incients this year where this has happened.

Owl
Salt Lake City, UT

This editorial sounds strangely like the Duke lacrosse scandal or the charges being made against the WV police - shoot first and get all the facts later.

JayTee
Sandy, UT

This is a very good article, and it brings up serious questions that should be considered by all the citizens of this country and all member of our society. What are they hoping will happen as this drags on and on? Does having a badge constitute a license to murder at will? This is not a complex situation, and answers should have been forthcoming by now. If they're going to try to use the old "we were threatened by a vehicle, my first question is "Why didn't you just move out of the way?" This is very troubling.

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments