If there is one thing I've learned in life, it's this. If you are a truly useful human being, all the pointless human beings will hate you. I'm sorry to have to say, Francisco, but your slanted article has no merit and demonstrates a tragic misuse of journalistic freedom. Knowing Lightbourn's satisfactory but far from perfect policies, perhaps Lightbourn deserved to be sworn at. The part about the sex crime is absurd. If every 18-year-old that had sex with a 15-year-old was prosecuted, we'd have ten thousand innocent 18-year-old kids with permanent scars on their reputations wherever they go. I don't know Moss personally, and I don't side with cops just cause they're cops, but when my neighborhood was trying to stop the drug dealers from dealing along the route elementary and middle school students took each day, Moss was the one who got things done. Perhaps the students who think that Moss is too tough are weak-minded and could benefit from some toughening up. Every point in the article was poorly investigated and one-sided in its presentation. It reads like raving lunacy. In my limited experience, Moss is a fairly nice guy, extremely intelligent, and of high integrity. Perhaps it is more the world around him that is so disconcerting and politically motivated.