Discipline for Officers in SFPD Texting Scandal Hits Roadblock

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San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr's efforts to hold officers accountable for racist and homophobic text messages may be in jeopardy. Suhr has said he would fire eight officers over the offensive texts. But on Friday, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that a two-year delay by the police department's Internal Affairs Division in informing Suhr about the texts could jeopardize the chief's attempts to discipline the officers. We'll discuss the latest developments in the texting scandal.

Guests:

Alex Emslie, reporter for KQED News

Bob Egelko, reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle

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