SHOCK: Entire Police Force RESIGNS After Learning SICK Thing City Council Was Doing

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By Huny Badger AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

An entire Indiana town has no police officers after every single one walked off the job. The officers blame the Bunker Hill Town Council for the situation, FOX 59 reports.

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“We have had issues with the town board and there are some activities there where I felt like they were serving their own agenda.”~Bunker Hill Town Marshal Michael Thomison.

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Bunker Hill, Indianapolis, entire police force handed in their resignation to the city council.  The Police Department says they had no choice, that the city council was asking them to do illegal and unethical activities.

Thomison had been the town Marshall for the past four years, until Monday night when he and the other four officers turned in their resignation letters.

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The Police Department accuses council members of asking them to “do illegal, unethical, and immoral things.” They cited examples like asking police to run background checks on other town councilors to find their criminal history. The officers also claim they were threatened when they said no.

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The officer’s also state that their safety, their lives, were put at risk because the city council would not provide body armor, which is required by state law.  The officer’s had to share a single jacket between them.

“I did not want to send someone out there with bad body armor so I would take mine off and provide it to the other officers. I told them we have to provide this, there is an IC code that explains that and says that the town has to provide that body armor.” ~Marshall Thomison

In a day and age when Police Officer’s have become targets of opportunity, Officer’s are being assassinated while doing their jobs, every Officer has the right to have armor protection.

Thomison also had a personal reason, he was diagnosed with cancer last year and when he was finally able to come back to work in May, the City Council told him his insurance was costing them too much and he couldonly come back part time.

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Thomison and the other officers say they did not want to step down, but feel they had to. For now, the town is relying on outside help as they search for new officers.

“I know that they are scrambling and have contacted some other officers that do not want the position,” said Thomison.

The City Council released the following statement:

Like most small towns, there have been from time to time, disagreements in the policy making process between the town council and other town departments. The current town council as well as prior councils have, on occasion, had disagreements with Mr. Thomison over a number of things. These disagreements have primarily been caused by the lack of funding available to the town to invest in the police department. However, the council denies that it has failed to provide body armor for the marshal or reserve deputies. The council is well aware of Indiana law on the topic and has complied with it fully. Further, the council absolutely denies that it has ever asked Mr. Thomison or any of the reserve deputies to be involved in any illegal, unethical or immoral actions.

The council admits that it had made a number of cuts to the police department over the last few years. This was a decision the town made due to a lack of funding. Bunker Hill is diligently working to solve this problem for the coming year. The cuts made to the police department were not made with the intention of jeopardizing the safety of any of the town’s police officers. Over the last few years, the Council has made attempts to find additional money for the department. Mr. Thomison was instrumental in obtaining a large sum of money on behalf of the town. However, he fails to state that the police department received the benefit of a large portion of that funding.

As Mr. Thomison has stated, there is currently a lawsuit pending against the town relating to Indiana’s Open Door Law. The council denies that it has violated Indiana’s Open Door Law in any manner. However, the council will not comment further on this topic as the litigation is still pending.

The resignation of the entire police force has come as a shock to the council. It has never been the goal to dismantle or otherwise endanger the town police department or officers. The council thanks these officers for their service to the town. Bunker Hill is in the process of obtaining a new marshal and reserve deputies. The council asks for patience from the town residents in this process.

Hopefully the state will investigate the issue and if the city council has indeed been corrupt and unethical, they need to be arrested and the officers reinstated.

In a time when Officer’s are being labeled and attacked, it is refreshing to find departments that prove Officers do indeed protect and serve with honor and integrity.

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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