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Is the Detroit Fire Department covering up for Deputy Chief Robert Shinske, who previously was suspended for driving his city-issued SUV to a bar?
A citizen journalist whose house was raided in October appears to be the victim of a dirty payback scheme by arson investigators and a top administration official in the Detroit Fire Department.
Demonstrators plan to converge outside of WXYZ ‘s studio in Southfield on Tuesday afternoon to protest what they call a “cover up” by news management to protect the television station’s journalists accused of sexual misconduct.
Despite the severity of the repeated sexual misconduct allegations, newsroom bosses are accused of ignoring the complaints and even giving promotions to accused predators.
In the meantime, neighborhoods were left with very little police protection as victims of violent crimes often waited more than an hour for help.
The scene was chaotic as people fled the area, many of them families with children.
The EMS captain posted nearly 200 vile, offensive and sometimes threatening memes and comments on social media about Muslims, immigrants, African Americans, Asians, women and gay people.
Police are looking for a van or SUV that sped away from the gruesome scene Thursday night.
The fire killed a teenage boy in a wheelchair and injured his sister and mom early Sunday morning on Detroit’s east side.