Kristen Ziman, the dishonest, incompetent cop posing as a commander for the Aurora Police Department while making over $165,000 per year, not including her side schemes to ripoff taxpayers, said something we agree with.
That's right, we agree with with the crony cop, Aurora's Most Wanted, on something.
She used the term "all-out assault."
Well, she used it defending her hero, Joe Gliniewicz, the dishonest, incompetent cop in Fox Lake, claiming there was an all-out assault on police.
Turned out she was totally wrong about that and many other claims but she was right there IS an all-out assault going on.
It's by bad cops like Joe Gliniewicz, Kristen Ziman and many others who have tarnished the credibility and integrity of the vast majority of good cops that work hard every day, don't play politics, don't lie, don't have narcissism problems, don't behave unprofessionally and don't make a fool of themselves.
Statistically, fatalities against cops are thankfully down.
Unfortunately, fatalities caused by cops have increased.
Kristen Ziman, the bad cop, says incidents like Michael Brown or Ferguson were "isolated" yet we keep learning of new situations all the time.
It's like there is an all-out assault on the public.
Or maybe we are just better aware of the bad cops thanks to technology, video and smartphones.
Either way, we have a serious crisis in our communities and society that can no longer be viewed as "isolated" because it is impacting the trust between the good public and good cops.
Chicago is about to take the world stage for a murder of Laquan McDonald by a cop...with a video that was intentionally hidden from the public for pure political purpose.
Some, like Kristen Ziman, will say this is just another isolated example of a bad cop and make excuses as to why nothing should change.
When Kristen's hero, Joe Gliniewicz, died, over 400 cops from all over the state went to his funeral or joined the manhunt for finding his killers that didn't exist.
When the protests begin for this murder by a cop in Chicago, you will see another painful reminder of how not isolated this problem is.
What you won't see is Kristen Ziman or those bad cops similar to her standing with the protesters and demanding change.
We need good cops to get the credit they deserve and the only way is to admit we have far too many bad ones and take steps to fix it.
Otherwise, we will see you at the next "isolated" incident.
Note: To be fair, we should point out we doubt Kristen Ziman would ever shoot anyone because she avoids any interaction with street crime and she is too scared to deal with any adverse, uncontrolled situation where she isn't hiding atop the $163 million police palace or in the $500,000 APD tank.