A few of our readers recently sent us emails wondering why we hadn’t responded to the media lovefest of former EPD Chief Andy Mills. He took a knee in the recent protests against police violence, which he quickly used to try to get some good press coming his way. Here’s our simple answer, we have been receiving so much info regarding a recent lawsuit against Mills and Santa Cruz that we tried to ignore Mills Silver Tongued BS in the press. You see, we never once thought Mills supported people of color and especially ‘Black Lives’:
Mills isn’t just someone who spins the truth, he was and still is a damn good liar. Back in 2017, when he started at Santa Cruz, he heard from multiple women who had been sexually assaulted by a long term police officer, union leader, and good-old-boy friend of the department. Mills didn’t believe the women, or if he did he didn’t care about their pain or pleas for help. However, an independent outside investigation was started and the sexual predator that Mills supported was arrested for….surprise surprise…..sexually assaulting multiple female officers! Here’s a quick rundown of the lawsuit currently against Mills and Santa Cruz PD.
Mills is still a liar who will use any situation for his own political gain. However, we’ll never forget the murder of Tommy McClain, and how Mills promoted the supervisor in charge of this debacle Brian Stephens to Captian.
We will update readers as to the lawsuit against Mills for failing to protect female cops from being raped by his good friend at Santa Cruz PD.
As a side note of history, prior to being hired by Santa Cruz, Mill’s wife was sexually assaulted by a former EPD Sergeant, now current EPD Captain. It happened at the wedding where that Captain was getting married. In the sick world of white male-dominated policing, being drunk and touching the intimate parts of women against those women’s will was and apparently still is a part of the culture Mills supported. Mills must have thought it was funny when that Sergeant grabbed on to Mrs. Mills intimate parts, in front of numerous employees at EPD, while that Sergeant made comments about never having felt silicon breasts. Mills must have supported that behavior since that supervisor was never disciplined and everyone in the department heard about the incident. Everyone working at EPD knew of the incident, so why would Santa Cruz be surprised that Mills sometimes overlooks sexual violence against women if it helps him politically? We’re sure those questions will be answered in the court proceedings against Mills…unless Santa Cruz settles and sweeps this case under the rug.