Former Overland Park Police Chief Denies Activist Argument Resignation Story

Here's the newspaper using a better newspaper to admit their mistake and that they should rely so much on activists as sources . . . Check-it:

Donchez told The Washington Post on Wednesday evening that he was not forced resign and that he left because of family matters, rather than because of Albers.

“Absolutely. I resigned, I’ve got a lot of things going on back home in Pennsylvania and that is drawing me back home, to be with family,” he told The Post. “My conversation [with Albers] was my conversation. Obviously we haven’t seen eye to eye for five-and-a-half years. I guess I didn’t expect that was going to change anytime ever.”

But questions continue to surround Donchez’s abrupt departure.

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