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Befouled LRPD Chief Kenton Tremar Buckner, known in the street as "NegroPapi", will be back in court for a second time in less than a month for another case in which he and his department refused to comply with a legal request for public records.

The latest hearing will take place tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. before the Honorable Judge Mackie Pierce.

One of the records that Buckner did not want to release involved LRPD incident reports in which LRPD Officer, and Fraternal Order of Police representative John Gilchrist was listed as a suspect.

If you don't know about Gilchrist, you can read an enlightening piece published by The Arkansas Project. 

You can read the full article by clicking here

Another involved a request for records regarding changes in LRPD Social Media policy that Lt. Michael Ford testified had changed but could not give any salient details. 

We believe that Buckner might have changed the policy after we send about 30 complaints with exhibits of violations of that policy, complaints that he never responded to.

LRPD has a pattern of not providing a response to our FOI requests in accordance with our transparency laws, in retaliation of our exposing wrongdoings of LRPD employees and officers.

It's time that troubled city manager Bruce Moore fires Buckner and then resigns himself.

We have a post coming out later this week exposing several lies we caught Moore telling, in public and private.

The citizens of Little Rock deserve better.

#TimeForChange #CleanOutLRCityHall


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