Monday, July 17, 2017

Pensacola Whitewash...Lots of Questions but No One is Asking

Late Friday the news broke that Pensacola Police Chief Tommi Lyter's wife had been arrested for keying the car of a "victim" at the Fish House.

Read the PNJ article again.

The victim?

Read the WEAR piece.

The victim?

But WKRG, who evidently didn't get the memo to cover up the issue, ran the arrest report which identifies the "Victim"

So who is the victim...Angela Rockstad.  Angela Rockstad of the PFD.

Victim by definition is a person who suffers from a destructive or injurious action.

Is Mrs. Lyter also the victim in this ongoing matter?

Questions the Press will never ask:
  • Why would Mrs. Lyter key her car?
  • Rockstad stated "that Brenda Lyter has a history of animosity towards her".  Why?
  • What did Rockstad do to Mrs. Lyter to earn her animosity?
  • Why did the press not publish the victim's name and dig into why this happened?
  • What is the nature of the relationship between Rockstad and both the Chief and Mrs. Lyter?
  • Where was a quote of support for his wife from the Chief?
  • Where was the Chief when this occurred?
Palafox Two Step...move along nothing to see here.


Anonymous said...

Just another scandal involving yet another one of the Mayor's picks. Hayward sure can pick 'em! I don't know who "WINS" more, the Mayor or the POTUS...Is anyone tired of winning yet?

Anonymous said...

It's the "Palafox Side-Step", not two-step. If you can get past the advertisement you can watch it here -

Anonymous said...

Why did the mayor appoint someone with a lack of morals to the Chief's position? Did he want a "yes" man so bad that he knew and overlooked the blatant rumors of infidelity, believing it would never come to light or Lyter as the case may be? Law enforcement officers are supposed to be an example to society not a reflection of it! Every clerk, cadet and police officer knows about the Chief's reputation. It is a running joke at the PD. Lyter reflects poorly on the department, the city of Pensacola and the Mayor's office. How can a Police Chief have a professional force worthy of community respect, when He is not respectable. There are many respectable men and (Women) at the Pensacola Police Department that could help put this scandal and future ones to rest! Mayor Haywrd, next time do your homework! You either knew or should have known about his reputation! I am one of many citizens that say, it is time for a new "Top Cop"!!!