Talk:Abdussattar Shaikh

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The link to Steven Butler goes to the wrong person. It should be disambiguated, or unlinked or something. Jra 19:06, 2 June 2006 (UTC)

Citizen's Review Board on Police Practices[edit]

Shaikh and why police oversight committees are a joke. Ms. Sandoval is still there, even though Shaikh is gone now. Scott Fulkerson's been replaced by Patrick Hunter. No need to prove an informant on the board now, just proven liars and incompetents is enough.

One big joke, and it takes a national tragedy to prove it. Reporter Joe Cantlupe ran at least one informative article on Shaikh years ago, but I guess many citizens didn't know what they were reading about. So your tax dollars are still paying these person's salaries, salaries that do nothing but cause you and your country grief.

Benedict Shaikh, anyone?--75.55.39.120 (talk) 07:09, 19 March 2008 (UTC)

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