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May 13, 2011 12:00 AM

Citizen’s critical remarks draw police union’s ire

The president of Tacoma’s police union this week sent a “letter of concern” to the mayor and City Council, denouncing a citizen volunteer on a police review panel who publicly chastised Chief Don Ramsdell last week for “lying” in his public statements about the Zina Linnik case.

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