Pete Wallin of Emmet County is the New Michigan Sheriff’s Association Board President

His opponents be bawlin, Pete Wallin is the new Michigan Sheriff’s Association board president.

That part isn’t really dirty. At least nothing that we know of, yet. Two things though:

  1. Are you going to stop sending out fundraising letters that include cop club membership cards?
  2. Are you going to pressure Midland County Sheriff Scott Stephenson to resign?

It’s not that I think anyone who makes a bad choice in life should be ended. Who among us hasn’t done things that are regrettable? But with Stephenson, he’s in a position of authority respecting the laws. And not only does he not follow the law, but he believes that he deserves special dispensation because he’s a cop. He’s not qualified to be a sheriff, and as leader of the Michigan Sheriff’s Association, it’s up to Wallin to publicly pressure Stephenson to resign.

And I’m seriously still not over the fact that someone colored this map with crayons. A true juried masterpiece.

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2 thoughts on “Pete Wallin of Emmet County is the New Michigan Sheriff’s Association Board President”

  1. So, just because someone is a cop, they can’t make a mistake? If “Joe Smith” who works at an auto plant gets busted for drunk driving he doesn’t lose his job. So just because a cop does the same thing they should be held to a higher standard? You say they should lose their job because he’s a cop. What about giving him a little extra credit for putting his life on the line every day? What about giving him a little extra credit for all the hate, the horrible things he sees that his “fellow man” does to each other? Doesn’t he deserve a little “extra credit” for that? You clearly seem to be very biased against anyone who wears a uniform. Hmmmmm, makes one wonder – what have YOU been busted for that you have an axe to grind?

    1. On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my
      integrity, my character or the public trust. I will
      always have the courage to hold myself and
      others accountable for our actions. I will always
      uphold the constitution, my community, and the
      agency I serve.

      Law Enforcement Oath of Honor

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