Ex-Top Cop Comes Out on Seattle Radio

Adrian Diaz, who stepped down from running the Seattle Police Department among sexual harassment and discrimination allegations, came out as gay today on KTTH, 770 Radio in Seattle.

Rantz Exclusive: Former Seattle police Chief Adrian Diaz announces he’s gay

Author: Wayne Lynch

Retired TV journalist, on-air and manager, former university writing professor and station trainer, published author of a sports team biography, Kent State U alum, Pittsburgh native and self-appointed Seattle TV news critic. Read Wayne's updates now at MEDIA MAVEN

2 thoughts on “Ex-Top Cop Comes Out on Seattle Radio

  1. How to avoid culpability for an action:
    So, you’ve been accused of several instances of wrong-doing. Let’s look to see if there is a pattern.
    Looks like females are accusing you of sexual harassment.
    What to do? What to do?
    Try this– tell everyone you are gay. (You may be bi-sexual already, just kick it up a notch to save your ass!)
    Now that you have put on your gay armor, see how it fits. Not everyone will be happy with the look, you may feel uncomfortable in it.
    Lipstick on a pig?
    The best way to attack an issue is straight-on. In the workplace, unless this is just a money-grab by con artists, you are probably guilty as accused.
    The lengths people will go to, destroying relationships, reputations, losing all credibility, in order to avoid facing up to the truth!
    We shall see how this all turns out. It just seems like a convenient (drastic!!) defense that the chief has come up with.

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