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#6566078 at 2019-05-23 15:52:59 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8395: Too late to Run... It's Here Edition
Former Baltimore Police Commissioner nominee Joel Fitzgerald fired from Fort Worth chief job
Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald - who was nominated in November to be Baltimore's top cop but withdrew his name less than two months later - was fired Monday amid questions of his "judgment and leadership," Texas officials announced.
Fitzgerald had been former Mayor Catherine Pugh's choice to oversee the Baltimore police department but withdrew his name from consideration when he said his son became ill. Fitzgerald remained as the chief in Fort Worth until Monday when City Manager DavidCooke announced Fitzgerald's termination.
In a letter to Fitzgerald, Assistant City Manager Jay Chapa wrote that Fitzgerald has "a track record of making decisions that are more focused on your best interest instead of the best interest of the city, the organization or department as a whole."
Fitzgerald had a "heated encounter" with a police union representative at a National Police Week gathering May 12 in Washington, D.C., according to a Fort Worth Star-Telegram news story. Sgt. Todd Harrison, president of the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas, told the newspaper "there was no physical contact in the dispute, just inappropriate behavior from a leader in front of a large crowd that was at [an] event honoring police officers and survivors."
Chapa wrote that during that event, Fitzgerald's conduct "escalated, rather than deescalated, the conflict between you and the state police union."
The confrontation came after Fitzgerald was suspended from a state police union. The state union said it was because he'd joined the state police union without being a member of his local union.
Cooke said the incident, in addition to Fitzgerald being nominated by Pugh, left the community and some within the department with questions about his "commitment and leadership."
Chapa wrote that Fitzgerald also failed to develop relationships with department officials and employees, accepted the position of Baltimore's police chief "without considering how that news would impact your organization and the community," and alleged discrimination while "refusing to move forward with investigations to address your allegations."
"In determining what is best for the City of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Police Department I have decided to remove Chief Fitzgerald as Police Chief effective today," Cooke said in a statement.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said in a statement that she supported Cooke's decision.
"Our citizens deserve a police chief who is committed to building relationships in all communities, by furthering trust and transparency," Price said. "Our police officers, who risk their lives daily for our community, deserve a leader who will be present, active, and engaged."
After Fitzgerald withdrew his name for the Baltimore job, then-Mayor Pugh selected Michael Harrison to serve as Baltimore's 41st police commissioner and the department's third leader in just a year. Baltimore's spending board approved a five-year contract for Harrison in February and he was confirmed by the City Council in March. Pugh, who brought Harrison to Baltimore, has since resigned amid a children's book scandal.
#3551684 at 2018-10-21 16:06:15 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4505: Powered by Patriotism Edition
Seven Charged For Prostitution Ring Linked To A Georgia University Campus
5:52 PM 10/20/2018 | Education
Seven people were charged for allegedly being involved in a suspected prostitution ring that was linked to a Georgia university campus.
The sex ring allegedly occurred at Fort Valley State University between 2017 and early 2018, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Warrants were given to former executive assistant to FVSU's president Alecia Johnson, 48, and six men. The six men were charged for "pandering and solicitation of sodomy."
Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney DavidCooke said the seven charged have until Tuesday to turn themselves in.
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#9062551 at 2020-05-07 11:34:57 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #8 - WE ARE THE CURE Edition
#7 - Part 20
Australian / Regional Resignations Bun
>>8006882 Australia Agriculture Minister McKenzie Quits Over Sports Grants
>>8006882 Greens leader Richard Di Natale quits leadership, will leave Senate
>>8089238 Matt Canavan offers Cabinet resignation, throws support behind Barnaby Joyce for Nationals leadership
>>8089238 Barnaby Joyce backer and Queensland MP Llew O'Brien quits Nationals party room
>>8181925 St Kevin's headmaster Stephen Russell resigns over character reference for paedophile
>>8203946 Rebel Queensland Labor MP Jo-Ann Miller resigns
>>8203946 St Kevin's College deputy head Janet Canny stood down over inadequate response to teacher complaints about child-grooming
>>8203946 Relationships Australia Tasmania CEO Mat Rowell to leave in two weeks
>>8252985 Rugby Australia announces Cameron Clyne's immediate resignation as chairman
>>8252985 WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt in shock resignation
>>8252985 East Timor leader offers resignation after coalition collapse
>>8322219 Mike Baird privately rules out return to politics after quitting NAB
>>8322219 Mystery over Northern Territory tourism chief executive Simonne Shepherd's sudden resignation
>>8351014 Westpac's Anita Fung joins boardroom exits
>>8351014 Statement from World Vision Australia Board Chair Shannon Adams regarding Chief Executive Claire Rogers' resignation
>>8374644 Senate president to quit at next election
>>8374644 Konica Minolta names new Australian MD as DavidCooke resigns
>>8398378 Paul Anderson resigns from Network 10 and ViacomCBS
>>8398378 'Frustrated' FFA technical director quits after year in job
>>8528410 Law Society of NSW CEO announces resignation
>>8528410 Senior NAB executive Anthony Healy to step down
>>8557079 Malcolm Turnbull's wife Lucy suddenly stands down from her high-powered job 'for personal reasons'
>>8582449 Victorian Premier's right-hand man Gavin Jennings resigns
>>8582449 Glamorgan Spring Bay Council's general manager has resigned
>>8720527 Labor MP Shaoquett Moselmane quits his position in NSW upper house
>>8720527 Border restrictions block Konica Minolta Australia managing director replacement
>>8755266, >>8755657 NSW minister Don Harwin resigns over breach of coronavirus public health order
>>8755657 Seafood Industry Australia CEO Jane Lovell resigns
>>8860470 NRL CEO Todd Greenberg announces sudden resignation
>>8860470 'Very surprised': ACT Health boss announces shock resignation
>>9048632 Rugby Australia plunged into more turmoil after Peter Wiggs exit
>>9048632 University of Adelaide insists mystery departures nothing to do with finances
#8720527 at 2020-04-08 09:15:09 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #7 - FIRE & FURY Edition
Resignations in the news
Labor MP quits his position in NSW upper house
NSW Labor MP Shaoquett Moselmane has resigned as assistant president of the Legislative Council, after coming under fire for repeatedly praising China's response to the coronavirus crisis.
Mr Moselmane tendered his resignation on Monday afternoon, less than a year after he was elected in a secret ballot of NSW upper house MPs in May 2019.
His resignation relates only to the role of assistant president, which will see him forgo $57,525 in additional salary and allowances per year. The position will remain vacant until a replacement is appointed when Parliament sits in September. Mr Moselmane remains a member of the NSW upper house and a member of the Labor Party.
Mr Moselmane resigned from the role following a week of intense criticism over public comments he made over China's handling of the pandemic, which included extolling President Xi Jinping's "unswerving leadership".
Labor leader Jodi McKay has described his comments as "appalling", and said he would "never be in the shadow cabinet" but ruled out expelling him from the party.
"He's going through a very difficult time right now and I'm not going to expel him from the Labor Party," Ms McKay told 2GB radio last week.
China has been widely criticised by academics and health experts for downplaying the extent of the outbreak in Wuhan, the original epicentre of the pandemic, and silencing whistleblowers such as doctor Li Wenliang, who later died from the disease.
As revealed by the Herald, Mr Moselmane lauded President Xi in a post on his personal website, where he stated that a nation needed "tough, unswerving leadership, focused on the mammoth task ahead" in order to contain the virus' spread.
Border restrictions block Konica Minolta Australia managing director replacement
Konica Minolta Australia chairman and managing director Dr. DavidCooke has announced his resignation, however will stay with the company as it navigates border restrictions due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Yohei Konaka, from Japan, will step in to replace him. Konaka was set commence his role as managing director on April 1, 2020. However due to borders being closed to Australia due to COVID-19, Cooke will stay in the role until it's possible for Konaka to travel to Australia.
Cooke was to remain with the company until mid-July to see out the Japanese financial year and facilitate a smooth transition.
"I have no doubt that this will be a significant time of change and it will involve many personal and professional challenges. And we will most likely have to rethink many things now and in the future," says Cooke.
"It's a time of uncertainty for many, and our aim is to make sure we can look after our employees, our partners, our customers and the community through these times, as we have at all times.
Konica Minolta names new Australian MD as DavidCooke resigns
Konica Minolta Australia has announced a top level shake-up with chairman and managing director DavidCooke resigning from the company.
The outgoing managing director will stay with the company until mid-July, the end of the Japanese-based printer vendor's financial year, while his replacement Yohei Konaka will take over from April.
On his resignment, Cooke said he had "very mixed feelings" about leaving Konica Minolta Australia.
"The choice of replacement however, gives me considerable confidence with regards to the future success of the company," he said.
"I'm confident that Yohei will continue to build on the reputation Konica Minolta Australia has as a leader in areas such as human rights and ethical sourcing in line with the company strategy aimed at creating value for business, customers and society and meeting our commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and delivering that into the future."