2014/07/16/Portland police Capt. Mark Kruger's past discipline to be erased

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So basically, the Portland PD allowed a known Nazi back on the force, unless there's some other compelling reason he might have given them tribute.


AuthorMaxine Bernstein +
Page typeLink +
SiteThe Oregonian +
Summary“To settle a legal claim, the city o
“To settle a legal claim, the city of Portland has agreed to pay $5,000 to Portland police Capt. Mark Kruger and erase two disciplinary actions from his personnel record: a suspension for his public tribute to five Nazi-era German soldiers at a city park and a reprimand for retaliating against a female lieutenant.”
iating against a female lieutenant.” +
Thing typeArticle +
TitlePortland police Capt. Mark Kruger's past discipline to be erased -- including for tribute to Nazi-era soldiers -- under city settlement +
Title/shortPortland police Capt. Mark Kruger's past discipline to be erased +
TopicUS/OR/Portland + and Nazism +
When postedJuly 16, 2014 +
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https://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2014/07/portland police capt mark krug.html +