The City Of San Pablo California swore in it’s first female police chief on May 7th, 2014. She is a 27 year veteran of the Pasadena Police Department and a Latina.
I attended the ceremony with my mom and we got to meet her. Chief Rosales shook both of our hands, talked at length with my mom and received congratulations from us both. She asked me if everything was alright, as one of her new officers had me involuntarily committed just a couple of weeks earlier. I gave her the thumbs up that it was all good, as propriety precluded me from expressing anything else I had on my mind. I will let her get settled in before filing my complaint for an action that she had no control over. Hopefully she will implement a revised policy and training that prohibits stripping someone of their civil rights just for attempting to file a police report about a crime that some officers find either implausible or compromising, that being gangstalking.
She seemed nice enough. There were many other police chiefs there, some from protected and special classes as well, lending their support to a fellow minority.
Most everyone was an insider even though the ceremony was fully open to the public. I must say that I received some negative comments and hostility from some of the officers present which I of course, attributed to further gang-stalking activity. I felt that it was imperative that I participate in such an important event however, and would have endured any degree of hardship to attend. I refuse to be nullified and pushed out of society by a bunch of Devil worshiping idiots, no matter how dangerous or powerful they may be. Do what they will to me, all I ask is that when it is time to go to Hell, they do so with their heads held high.
I did not see the officer who involuntarily committed me, San Pablo Police Officer Justin Gatlin. I suspect that the tiny department is none too happy about a minority female interloping on their cozy old boy clubhouse. Can’t tell those racist and sexist jokes anymore, probably have to attend sexual harassment and sensitivity training too, not to mention courses on how to deal with the mentally handicapped. How to deal without just shipping them off to the psychiatric ward, that is.
The party is over boys, time to be the professionals that the citizens of San Pablo expect and deserve. There’s a new Chief in town, and her name is Lisa Rosales.