That this story would likely be published in the SR today or tomorrow so I kind of got ready.
Rule number one for any investigative reporter is don’t ever believe what politicians, bureaucrates, or law enforcement tell you, know the answers before you ask the questions and do your homework. Hell yes the cops had a concern about the safety at the Intermodel Center, but that concern wasn’t just for their safety it was also for the people coming there to contact them. Sould they have had a concern…damn rights they should have. This image shows the change orders to the precinct construction at the Intermodal Center. In the lower left hand corner you will see a notation of a minus (32,801,05) Changes per Chief. So the question is… did a Chief decide that Alum Ballistic Doors and Windows weren’t needed? Well if that is the case D. R. Scott Construction would know. They would also know who approved the change orders.
You may find in reading the links below that Furniture-Gate may end up costing us more than the Intermodal did in the beginning.