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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Role Model Reject

Who would ever want to grow up to be a lying, cheating, bigoted, narcissistic sociopath exhibiting racist behavior?

No doubt this young boy, in awe of law enforcement personnel, has altered his aspirations and dreams of who he’d like to be when he grows up in light of the circumstances surrounding the disgraced police chiefs sudden resignation from the Westfield police department during the Union County Prosecutor’s Office investigation into corruption and misconduct.

TFoTM has covered the face of the juvenile in the picture below to protect his identity.
Disgraced ex Westfield police Chief David Wayman




24 comments:

  1. You forgot sexist.

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  2. And your obsession with David Wayman continues. Move on.

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    1. I can’t help but grin from ear to ear when someone sends a picture to TFoTM that is the epitome of hypocrisy.
      He had an agenda and so does TFoTM. His agenda is over, ours still continues.

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  3. Just goes to show you he had people snowed, not his coworkers, but the public.

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  4. We have a code word for Wayman at work. Instead of “Dave” it’s “Dick.”
    I can assure you that it’s not short for Richard.

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    1. We called him Chiclets

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    2. THEY used to call him Trombone lips. I wonder why? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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    3. Because he played the tuba in high school at ALJ in Clark.

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  5. If I were a bird, I know who I’d shit on.

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  6. What an EMBARASSMENT. To the town to law enforcement, and to his own family

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  7. Do you think nephew was embarrassed when CRTU was disintegrated?

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    1. Desi doesn’t get to meet his mom in Scotch Plains anymore for long lunch breaks on the town dime.
      So much for the anti-nepotism policy.

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  8. Davey misses clamming in the mobile command center at Hoboken events.

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  9. Oh look! It’s the month of March and it’s snowing. Will Driver 2 be driving a pickup truck with a plow and get into an accident and cover it up by having Leo do the accident report?

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  10. As sleazy as this man was, I have no faith that any one of his co-workers at all levels are not as bad as he is. Where are the Westfield police? What crimes keep them so busy? I know their stomachs are full from eating at Vicki’s Diner and other places. Why are they or out there giving tickets to those who refused to move their cars off the streets when it snowed last night? Why are they not tracking the speeders trying to beat the lights on Central Ave and flying down side streets?

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  11. The answer is simple

    School Checks and crossing guard posts

    Have a nice day

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  12. Jokes on you guys I was the Chief and you weren’t? And now I’m making $1,000’s driving for uber and lyft!

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    1. Really? They let you drive Uber and Lyft when drunk? What will you do when you have to pick up a resident from Plainfield?

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  13. You run out of that premium liquor you stole from the police department property room?

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  14. I still have a bottle of scotch left. Actually Lugo if you are reading this I think there’s still a bottle or two in the eveidence room could you grab them for me? And as far as passengers in Plainfield I just drive them to the police station, duh!

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  15. In the annals of Westfield law enforcement, no individual has reached such depths of disgrace as David “Zod” Wayman.
    “Zod” was a sobriquet that Westfield police officers used to denigrate their leader. As Westfield police chief, he was called “drama queen.” Known for his pomposity and self-regard, Wayman cut a swath of arrogance unmatched in the history of the WPD. He was the cult of personality. He surrounded himself with sycophants, people dedicated to his promotion and their advancement. The department and the public became the losers.

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  16. Battiloro, who enjoys the occasional buffalo slice at Outta Hand, began discussing the initiative with Regjaj, following the abrupt departure of the prior chief last August, something which may have weakened trust between local law enforcement and police, Regjaj said. “It seemed that there was a gap after the ousting of the former chief,” he said.

    Battiloro anticipates the event at Outta Hand will be among a series through which the department can strengthen relationships with community members.

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