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City Manager Norton Bonaparte Jr. stands by at right while Mayor Jeff Triplett speaks recently about the Trayvon Martin case in Sanford, Fla.
NAACP says keep Bonaparte
Mixed feelings over city manager’s job, but not racism
Posted: June 1, 2009 - 3:24pm
THAT HAND! Is he trying to mimick Bonaparte!?
AHA! My suggestion yesterday that the reason that the Council decided not to accept the Chief’s resignation had more to do with (now that facts are coming out about this case) the fear of a lawsuit than anything else, is sounding like I hit the nail on the head.
Well, Bonaparte is clearly advertising for more letters and emails to fill up his in box. Maybe he should conclude that he is a distraction and should resign so the community can move forward...
I think the former police chief has a big lawsuit to file...
Norton Bonaparte? With a name like that, is he from Haiti?
I don’t get it. Wasn’t it the district attorney who made the decision? What the heck?
Ah, just what I figured: The City Manager is one of Holder’s people.
Look at the picture it speaks volumns.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Get rid of the city manager. He’s more concerned with race politics than with justice and truth. Who needs that in charge of the city??? He’s not elected. He’s an administrator and usually city managers are corrupt as heck because they don’t have to answer to voters and are all powerful.
Nice work, dork!
You should resign in disgrace.