180° in 18 seconds
I saw the headline "Officer who took first Roethlisberger report resigns" and thought, "Wow, the guy's so disgusted that no charges were pressed that he's quitting over it. Must be awful."
Turns out, not so much:
A friend of the accuser told investigators that it seemed at first that Mr. Blash was not going to take a report on the incident the night it occurred. She said Mr. Blash then said he would but noted that Mr. Roethlisberger has wealth and access to lawyers and that they would be wasting their time.Good riddance, asshole. And kudos to whoever in Tinytown, GA was in a position to drive out a bad cop and did so.
One of the quarterback's bodyguards also quoted Mr. Blash as making derogatory comments about the accuser.
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