Sheriff Greg Solano’s letter of resignation

Posted: November 24, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Here is  a copy of the letter of resignation sent Wednesday by Santa Fe County Sheriff Greg Solano (Click on link below):

Solano resignation letter

  1. Tania Blechinger Morris says:

    That’s heavy! I don’t think I have ever read a more specific admission of guilt and culpability. Why are the vests only good for five years?

    • bryan says:

      Don’t be fooled by Solano’s admission letter. He is attempting to set the stage for his defense. in his view, by telling you about selling the vests to “military” personnel he figures it won’t look so bad to everybody. After all, he was only trying to help the military personnel. Second, his comments regarding a high mortage payment and interest rate are attempts to lure in those persons who are struggling with financial matters. Nonetheless, his deceiving and unlawful actions as a law enforcement officer are disgusting. I’m pretty sure when the dust clears we’ll find Solano’s letter left out a number of details and truths.

      • Maryann says:

        I have a high interest rate on my mortgage. And for that exact reason, he get’s ZERO sympathy from me. If i can live within my means and pay my mortgage then he can too. I don’t understand why he cannot be arrested right now and as time goes by and the police find more wrong doing then charge him again.

    • bryan says:

      Five years is the life span of the materials used in the vest. These materials begin breaking down after five years and become unsafe.

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