Tainted ABC Enforcement Director Boyce Hamlet, Jr. not only lied to the Arkansas State Police (which resulted in his firing as a trooper) he lied on every job application since then. He never listed his hiring and firing by the ASP and he made up employment history to cover up his dishonest activity while employed as a trooper.
Hamlet, Jr. had to make false statements on official documents to try and keep his dreadful, career killing secret.
Junior is so slow witted, he forgot what he put on one application to the next so nothing in his file with the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training matches.
As we have previously mentioned, a law enforcement officer that has issues with truthfulness, honesty and credibility is an extreme liability to any law enforcement agency. The are commonly referred to as Brady Officers.
When a Brady Officer is appointed to head a law enforcement agency, the entire agency suddenly has Brady Issues.
Poor ol' Junior, he didn't want to make any comments to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette or the Arkansas Times last year about the FOIA suit to get his records and discuss his firing by the ASP.
Junior has no problem talking to television reporters and making false claims about his accomplishments, but he isn't man enough to deal with his Brady Issues.
But Junior isn't the only one that runs aways from discussing his tainted past and Brady Issues.
His current boss at the Department of Finance and Administration won't respond to news media about Hamlet's Brady Issues nor will Hamlet's former employers.
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Governor Hutchinson needs to accept the fact that he made a mistake is appointing a grossly unqualified Hamlet and do the right thing and get rid of him before more damage is done.