Criminal Law

The City of Kent Reached A $1.5 Million Settlement with Assistant Police Chief Over Nazi Insignia

The City of Kent reached a $1.5 million settlement with an assistant police chief who was put on leave for posting a Nazi insignia on his office door and joking about the Holocaust.

Assistant Chief Derek Kammerzell was given two weeks off without pay by Kent Police Chief Rafael Padilla in July after an internal investigation concluded that Kammerzell knew the meaning of an insignia he posted above the nameplate on his office door in September 2020 — that of an SS “obergruppenfuhrer,” one of the senior-most ranks in the Third Reich.

Read the source article at Q13 FOX News

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