Randy Sutton Interview: Cop Fired For Responding to Active Shooter Or For Small Town Politics?

Blue Lives Matter national spokesmen Randy Sutton (pictured) interviews Officer Dan Anderson after he was fired.

Blue Lives Matter national spokesmen Randy Sutton (pictured) interviews Officer Dan Anderson after he was fired.

Small Town Politics and Failed Police Leadership

Officer Dan Anderson responded to an “officer needs help” call where three people were murdered in a neighboring community. Several days later, he was fired by the Chief for “leaving the town unprotected without permission”. But why? Listen to the full interview in Randy Sutton’s podcast:

 

He should have been given a commendation but instead this Special Forces veteran and 25 year Trooper was fired. Dan Anderson, the retired Washington State Trooper took a job as a small town police officer in Brier, Washington. Eight months into his probationary period, he responded to an “officer needs help” call where three people were murdered in a neighboring community. Several days later, he was fired by the Chief for “leaving the town unprotected without permission”. But why?

There are many unanswered questions surrounding this obvious injustice that need answering. Yet one thing is most certain – this is an example of small town politics and failed Police Leadership. Dan joins me on the show today to discuss the details of the case that has changed his life forever!

Also on the show in my “View From The Blue” I’ll talk about police leadership and unity and how important it is to survive the current social environment.

Randy Sutton is a 34 year Law Enforcement veteran and the National Spokesman for Blue Lives Matter. He is recognized as one of the most highly decorated officers in America, having awards for Valor, Community Service, Exemplary Service and multiple Lifesaving awards. Author: “True Blue To Protect and Serve” – Police Stories by Those Who Have Lived Them and “A Cop’s Life” – True Stories from the Heart Behind the Badge and the “Power of Legacy”.

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  • Kenneth S. Howard

    Sounds to me like a bunch of Bulls hit small town politics. A 25 year veteran of Washington state patrol, needing more training,wow. Sounds to me the police chief and the mayor, need a sniff of reality.