Not sure where your information is coming from, but having personally been involved in this situation since the beginning, I can say that you have no clue about the facts. I was not the charging officer, actually I was on a Mandatory 30 administrative duty prior to retiring. During that period, I talked with Sean, and the officers involved and had about the case, prior to and following the charges that were placed. You are so far off base degrading the officers involved. One officer who was there is a senior officer with close to 30 years of service, and probably one of the Best I had the opportunity to work with. The other is a Younger officer and who too is one of the best Younger officers to come along in a long while. No one was trying to be a Hero, only working the complaint as it was reported. Get off your High horse, and let this die. Nothing good can come from your uniformed, negative banter. The case is on the Stet docket, everyone else is moving on with life and so should we. No need to talk negative about Sean or the officers involved in this case.