SAN ANDREAS DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
INTERNAL BULLETIN #004
OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
All employees may or may not be aware of the recent ruling on a sensitive case brought forward by the District Attorney's Office against three LSPD VICE Detectives, who were accused of committing felonies. The Honorable Harold Cheung ruled in favour of the defendants on the 2nd June 2017.
Whilst it is disappointing to lose this case, given the extensive evidence against the defendants, the District Attorney has confirmed that his Office shall not be appealing against the verdict made. That being said, I have released a statement to the press as requested, please see this below;
"The District Attorney's Office do not plan to appeal the verdict ruled by the Courts however, it is in our view that the background behind this case highlighted to the people of San Andreas that government employees are liable for their actions and can be held to account, despite what decision has been made in this particular case. As always, the Department of Justice would encourage members of the public to report any crimes that have been committed by government employees as this is the only way to ensure accountability, fairness and equality."
You may, whilst working in your role, be asked questions regarding this case by either members of the public, other agencies or more importantly, the media. If you are asked anything relating to this case or about the ruling, then simply state "I am unable to comment." Under no circumstances, should any employee who is not authorized by the Office of Attorney General, comment or enter any form of discussion.
Furthermore, you may experience some slight friction from the LSPD's side, especially those who were or are close to the defendants. Do not enter any discussion regarding this and maintain your professionalism at all times. Where appropriate, make any formal complaints to the LSPD's Internal Affairs however, I would ask if you could inform me so I can keep a track record of this.
I can not stress the importance of this any more than I have.
Charles MorenoSpecial Advisor
Office of Attorney General
Department of Justice
This Internal Bulletin is intended for the recipient of Department of Justice employees. The contents of this bulletin must not be disclosed to any external agencies or third parties and releasing this information could result in internal disciplinary action. Should you have any questions or concerns then please contact Charles Moreno, Special Advisor to the Office of Attorney General.