top
Indybay
Indybay
Newswire
Calendar
Features

Add comment on:

Concern For Tragedy, Or All Talk And No Walk?
by junya
Mercury News item:

After a San Jose police shooting that left two children without a mother and triggered an outcry among Vietnamese-Americans, the long legal saga of Bich Cau Thi Tran ended Tuesday with a $1.8 million settlement of a federal lawsuit...In exchange for the payment, all claims against officer Chad Marshall, former police chief William Lansdowne, then-assistant police chief Tom Wheatley, and current Chief Rob Davis will be dropped with no admissions of liability..."Our big concern has been the tragedy", City Attorney Rick Doyle said.

Concern for tragedy, or all talk and no walk?


Guidelines for commenting on news articles:

Thanks for contributing to Indybay's open publishing newswire. You may use any format for your response article, from traditional academic discourse to subjective personal account. Please keep it on topic and concise. And please read our editorial policy, privacy, and legal statements before continuing. Or go back to the article.

Enter Comment Info
Comment Title (required)
Author (required)
Contact Info
E-mail

If you choose to display Contact Info, all readers of the site will be able to see it. If you don't want it displayed, you can still enter it, not select the "display contact info" checkbox, and only editors will see it.
Website URL
Enter Comment Text
TEXT/HTML (required)
Tip: use spaces between paragraphs.

For plain text, URLs will be converted to clickable links. You may also use <a href="url">link</a> in plain text articles (other tags will be ignored unless you select "HTML"). When selecting "HTML", you must provide <p></p> and <br /> tags for paragraphs and line breaks.

Upload Attachment
Number Of Uploads

Please note the allowed file types and file sizes!

Maximum size of each uploaded file 480MB; maximum total size of all uploaded files 560MB; 6 hours maximum uploading time.
Accepted File Types: 3G2, 3GP, AMR, AVI, F4V, FLV, GIF, JPG, M3U, M4A, M4V, MOV, MP3, MP4, MPG, OGA, OGG, OGV, PDF, PLS, PNG, RAM, RM, TORRENT, WAV, WMA, WMV
For playability of media files on mobile devices, upload videos as MP4s with H.264 encoding. For audio, upload MP3s.
 CAPTCHA
Anti-spam question (required)
Which is the highest mountain in the world: Kilimanjaro or Everest?

You must preview your post before publishing.