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LA County Employee Removed After Shocking Post About Deputy Ambush

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Contributing Writer | Telegraph Local

Lynwood, California city manager Jose Ometeotl was put on paid administrative leave Tuesday after his social media post on the ambush shooting of two sheriffs’ deputies over the weekend was heavily criticized.

Ometeotl posted a response on his Instagram account on Sunday to the shooting of the two deputies with a photo of Malcolm X with writing over it that said “Chickens come home to roost.”

“These deputies murdered, framed and stole from the community just because they could. Good deputies never turned on bad deputies for fear of retaliation and when caught most of these bad deputies kept their jobs and continued on their criminal career.

Lynwood Councilman Salvador Alatorre told Fox News that he will make the motion regarding the Instagram post by City Manager Jose Ometeotl during Tuesday’s special meeting.

Alatorre mentioned in a text message that the move against Ometeotl was “Protocal” [sic] and that “he is gone, will not represent Lynwood anymore.”

“It’s a legal process to protect the city,” Alatorre added.

What Were Jose Ometeotl’s Duties?

The City Manager directs administrative operations; appoints the City’s executive directors; advises the City Council on matters of policies impacting the Lynwood community and accountable to the City Council for the performance of all administrative departments.

Ometeotl’s social media account have been deactivated.

A petition titled “Jose Ometeotl must resign!” what posted to change.org demanding Ometeotl’s removal. The petition already has nearly 1400 signers.

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