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Last week Mass State Police spokesperson David Procopio sent out an email saying that pot dealing state trooper Leigha Genduso’s background search was done by then Sgt. Jodi Dotolo.
Although Procopio has since clarified that he was incorrect in a rambling, nonsensical coverup email, the fact remains that Dotolo was involved in Genduso’s background search. Even more troubling is that she is now a Lt. now working in Internal Affairs, which is in charge of investigating who did the background search for Genduso.
According to Procopio the trooper who does the background search is randomly selected based on whoever is assigned to the desk that day:
So this would lead you to believe that it was Jodi Dotolo’s turn that day in 2013 when Genduso’s background search was done, and that the two did not know each other at all.
Well, a source has forwarded email communication between Dotolo and Genduso that took place on April 10, 2013, indicating that the two clearly had a friendly relationship before the background search was conducted. Leigha sends Dotolo an email at 10:03 congratulating her on her promotion to Sgt, and this is Dotolo’s response:
“Maybe you will brake (oops) in at. Leominster? Good luck in the Academy. I believe you are #147 on t list, but can’t confirm that. Won’t know for sure till you get the letter. 🙂 I couldn’t get an accurate # on how many females. I believe it’s between 5 and 10. Remember to rest on weekends (get a massage, go out for dinner, go to a comedy show). Call if you have any questions. Jodi.”
Does that sound like a conversation between two people who don’t know each other? Of course not. This is all just a bunch of girl power bullshit. Former corrupt Colonel Marian McGovern, who is collecting a tax free pension based on a bullshit disability that still allows her to do Crossfit style exercise, was Leigha’s mentor and connect. She either introduced Leigha to Dotolo, or those two knew each other beforehand. Probably the former, since this is Dotolo’s induction into the MSP:
Based on the hair and the outfits, that looks like the 80’s or early 90’s to me, indicating that Dotolo is an old timer. Probably around McGovern’s age. If only she had a fake disability she could retire with.
Things that indicated that they were friends based on that exchange:
- Leigha felt the need to contact a superior officer for a law enforcement agency that she was not yet a part of, to congratulate her on a promotion. Subordinates and strangers don’t do that. Friends do. This is what Leigha has done her entire life – kiss up to and befriend people with power – McGovern, Karyn Polito, Dan Risteen, Sean Bucci.
- Dotolo gives her advice on what to do on the weekends that she likely did not give to any other recruit.
- Dotolo insinuates that she will break in at Leominster, which is a much, much better gig than Shelburne Falls, Cheshire, or Russell barracks, where many of her peers likely got shipped to. Either way, it is highly unlikely that anyone else accepted to the Academy was given this sort of heads up by a commanding officer.
- Dotolo tells Genduso to call her with any questions, indicating that Genduso already has her phone number. Why does she have Dotolo’s phone number if they aren’t friends? Are we really to believe David Procopio’s obvious lie that Dotolo was randomly selected because she was on the desk that day?
The most telling part about that email is how Dotolo mentions that she’s one of just 5-10 females in the class. Why is that at all relevant? Oh right, because the MSP clearly is an organization that wants to look progressive and actively tries to promote females. Even if they’re pot dealers. In a male dominated organization we have had two female Colonels in the last 5 years. Major Susan Anderson, who clearly was corrupt and unqualified for her position, resigned in disgrace as a result of Biblowgate. It’s why Genduso was on the cover of magazines, and was frequently promoted on the MSP Facebook page.
Clearly the insinuation is that as a female Leigha has the inside track to upward mobility once she gets through the Academy. Let’s not forget that Leigha immediately was put in the Andover barracks, one town away from her home, given a sweet K-9 gig, and was one of the few troopers whose job was made easier with plate readers.
When I saw this I couldn’t help but think back to the messages she sent us, telling us to get our FACKS straight…..
“He did not get me the job.”
She’s right – Marian McGovern and Jodi Dotolo did.
“I worked to get where I am.”
Yea, but you sold a shitload of pot, laundered drug money, committed perjury, and never paid taxes for several years. Lots of other people who worked hard and didn’t do those things never became state troopers because you cut the line.
The bottom line is we want people to be able to trust the MSP. But how can they with corrupt hacks like Jodi Dotolo still employed, and liars like David Procopio feeding the media what has clearly been proven to be complete bullshit? Procopio should resign, Dotolo should resign, and I would go so far to say that Kerry Gilpin should resign too. Clearly she’s done nothing to fix this disgusting display of corruption in what is supposed to be the most respected law enforcement institution in the Commonwealth. It’s really no different from what was portrayed on The Departed.