Police should take ethics lessons from Larry Young? Really?

July 22, 2011

In the recent article questioning the leadership of the Baltimore Police Department ("Some question top leadership amid city police scandals," July 21), The Sun again shows why its staff is incapable of presenting an untainted view of events in our city.

Forgive me for not respecting the views of Larry Young. I would think there is a more qualified individual to speak about city police than a former state senator removed from office for ethics violations. Asking the opinions of someone who does not know the difference between right and wrong on matters of law and order is irresponsible and absurd.

I guess Shelia Dixon was not available for comment?

Dan Cahill, Towson

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