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six times, a sapd lieutenant has been fired. will he get his job back again?
Including four shots and 11 bans.
Once again in trouble, he was accused of making homophobic remarks against police chief William mcmanas. Lt.
Lee Lakun, 25
The year-old will be suspended twice indefinitely, only a few days from June.
According to department records, it used to be because of the use of derogatory slanderous \"fagged\" on Facebook to describe a pair of shorts mcmanas wore while speaking at a press conference.
Records show that Rakun was suspended again because he allegedly left his substation before the end of his shift, not his patrol car.
The 49-year-old Rakun is appealing for two indefinite suspension, which amounts to dismissal.
He told the internal affairs investigator that this sentence was an honest mistake.
He said he later corrected and deleted a typo in social media posts.
Still, he insisted on his criticism of the chief\'s dress.
\"Well, I do think that our commander and the leadership of this department, such a major department, is not appropriate to wear this in public, and rakun told the internal affairs investigator on April.
\"I do think he should set an example and tone by wearing a full uniform and looking for the right person.
\"Mcmanas was a 3-member at a hastily scheduled press conference-year-
Because he said he had recently undergone knee replacement surgery, he wore his usual official blue shirt and tie, but wore long fitness shorts instead of trousers.
During Rakun\'s career, four police chiefs suspended or dismissed him without pay, with a total of 17 disciplinary actions.
He fought four times and got his job back.
By appeal, he sometimes won a shorter suspension.
Read how he did it, and the timeline for Rakun\'s academic record.