Phoenix City Council Set To Approve “Radical Anti-Police” Oversight Proposal

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On Wednesday, the Phoenix City Council is expected to vote on a controversial proposal offered by Vice-Mayor Carlos Garcia to ordain and fund the Office of Accountability,


Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s office is sounding the alarm. DiCiccio’s Chief of Staff Sam Stone took to Twitter to encourage Phoenicians to let their opposition to the proposal be known.

“The City council plans to move forward in creating the misnamed Office of Accountability and Transparency,” said DiCiccio in a Facebook post. “This has nothing to do with accountability or transparency this is about destroying our police department and paying off a bunch anarchists, anti-cop radicals.”

Garcia, an anti-police activist has been leading the charge to defund the police through various maneuvers since taking office.

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Garcia’s proposal “goes further than any board of its type ever has. Full investigative powers, and eliminates restrictions on activists manning the board. It adds ability for them to investigate virtually anything- not just police,” said one City employee who requested anonymity dues to concerns about retaliation. “One might imagine that through this proposal, Garcia can hire all his activist allies and use them to attack the City from within by demanding huge repeated settlements for almost anything.”

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