Props to the PI’s Investigative Team
The PI’s current series about “misconduct and breakdowns in [internal] discipline and accountability” at the King County Sheriff’s Office (a follow-up to their excellent Dan Ring expose last August), is a fat piece of investigative journalism, and it’s causing a stir at the County.
I was talking to some county officials last night who were just shaking their heads. And, in a first, the Sheriff’s office called me today—I always call them—pitching me a story about Sheriff Rahr’s vision for 2006.
Anyway, props to PI reporters Eric Nalder, Lewis Kamb, Phuong Cat Le and Paul Shukovsky for exposing this questionable business at the sheriff’s dept.—a stark contrast to the Seattle Times’s endless recycling of that “story” about SPD corruption in local night clubs and/or strip clubs and/or something.