Dekalb Chief Answers Fingerprint Delay Complaint

Dekalb County Police Chief William O’Brien has filed an answer to GCO’s lawsuit in which GCO complaints that the department takes longer than 30 days to process background checks for GWLs. In his answer, Chief O’Brien denies every allegation in the complaint except that he is the police chief. He even denies that he is responsible for the department. A copy of the answer may be viewed here.


4 Responses to “Dekalb Chief Answers Fingerprint Delay Complaint”

  1. mark5019 Says:

    its hammer time

  2. duckhead Says:

    Unbelievable! I find it hard to believe a sheriff in Georgia could be this pompous. I guess he things he is simply above the law.

  3. duckhead Says:

    So sorry, I meant to say, “I guess he thinks he is simply above the law.”

  4. MariusMaximus Says:

    Has there been any progress on this issue?