Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 1:13 am (Updated: December 9, 1:58 am)
It happened in less than a minute.
The LaFollette City Council meeting was called to order and the next thing you knew the LaFollette Police Chief had stepped down to a Lieutenant’s position.
Well I’m not buying it.
Lynch wanted that job.
He applied for it less than two years ago and appeared to be doing his best. So why would he step down?
Let me back up to the LaFollette Council meeting. If you didn’t know what to look for you would have missed it. That is how quick the LaFollette Council got rid of the police chief.
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