"I apologize to anyone who may have been offended by the recently publicized photo which showed me at a private Halloween party on my personal time," officer Robert Buth said. "I sincerely regret that the image, which was never intended to become public, may have been viewed to be insensitive to the Muslim community.Editor's comment - Perhaps St. Paul Muslim leaders need to take a lesson in Americanism: #1 directive in the Lesson Plan - GET A SENSE OF HUMOR YA FUCKIN' NINNIES.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
As if the St. Paul Police Dept. doesn't have anything better to do than sneaking into private Halloween parties and spying on their officers
From Eric Dondero: Murders on the rise. Property crime way up in the Minneapolis/St. Paul region. Gang bangers roaming the streets at night. Somali immigrant rape gangs, assaulting local American girls. Hey, here's a good idea. Why not spend time and taxpayer dollars investigating a police officer having a little fun, and clowning around at a Holloween bash last Fall? (The photo most recently surfaced.) The unidentified St. Paul officer is under investigating for getting his photo snapped at the party wearing a pink burka. Predictably, local Muslim sourpusses wants him to "undergo sensitivity training." The officer in question issues a tongue-in-cheek apology, according to the far, far left Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Feb. 5 "St. Paul officer in hijab apologizes for photo" (Note their hilariously wrong headline) :