Wunnenberg Awards "snitching" on peers
By: Steve Keller
Published June 1st, 2019
While the beginning of Commissioner Klaus Wunnenberg reign was quiet, and it seemed like it is going to be the same as any other commissioner we have had with a period of quiet with only monthly or even quarterly updates if we are lucky. Commissioner Klaus Wunnenberg has published a press release entitled "LSIA Update and O'Wan Golden.", which was received with many criticism and was controversial to say the least for many reasons. but for now we are going to be focusing on the issue of Owan Golden.
Under Commissioner Klaus Wunnenberg, medals and commendations of the highest honors seem to have lost their value. All it takes is that you snitch on your peers in whatever government agency you are in, and the Commissioner will award your loyalty to him with the highest awards and medals anyone could dream of in Los Santos.
In the previously mentioned press release, The Commissioner announced that ex. Captain O'wan Golden of the LSFD who is a veteran Fire Fighter was apparently being reported by one of his colleagues for "misusing a department vehicle", a minor offense which usually gets slipped with a warning or a strike. But in an radical and unprecedented reaction by the commissioner, he chose to call it "corruption" and take an action himself to dishonorably discharge Captain Golden, which is strange because commissioners usually never decide these actions themselves and just forward it to the department head, which might suggest that current LSFDleadership don't approve of this extreme punishment. As easy as that, a Captain in the LSFD which probably spent years to reach this high ranking position gets dropped for a minor offense. what is worse in this is that his alleged reporters, who allegedly saw him doing this offense and snitched on him, which as an action despised by most people and is certainly not something worth praise, instead they were awarded one of the highest commendations available in Los Santos.
This is a black stain which will follow the Commissioner throughout his term. Many question his motivations, even going so far as to accuse him of firing the LSFD Captain for racial reasons for being a black person. But regardless of if these allegations are true or not, The fact of the matter is his actions are unprecedented and might have some backlash on the commissioner.
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