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Posted on: Jul 23, 2018

Every one of us who read the Sunday (July 15) Los Angeles Times story felt the same way: the reporter exploited a few examples of questionable CT or multiple body part injuries by public safety personnel to denigrate the integrity of an entire class of brave Californians and to marginalize the validity of injuries sustained protecting the public. 
 
CAAA leadership has decided that instead of a legalistic response, the best course of action is to highlight real stories of real injuries sustained during real acts of bravery by police officers and firefighters. 
 
That work is underway.