City Manager Receives Paid Leave For ‘Chickens Come Home To Roost’ Post About Ambushed Deputies

City Manager Receives Paid Leave For ‘Chickens Come Home To Roost’ Post About Ambushed Deputies


The Lynwood city council voted Tuesday to place City Manager Jose Ometeotl on paid administrative leave after he posted an Instagram photo of Malcom X, with the text “Chickens Come Home To Roost” over the image, in response to two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies getting ambushed by an armed assailant over the weekend.

As a result of a city council vote, Ometeotl will now undergo an “internal investigation,” officials said late Tuesday.

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Ometeotl wrote in the Instagram post: “The shooting of anyone is a wholly unacceptable occurrence in society. I do not condone the type of violence seen in the shooting of the deputies in Compton. I will say that communities like Compton have been plagued by deputy gangs that inflict fear and violence in the community. These deputies murdered, framed and stole from the community just because they could. Good deputies never turned on bad deputies

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