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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Martin L. Flask
Mr. Flask pointed out that despite the questionable actions of the call-taker, police arrived on the scene within two minutes.
"We have noted some concerns which will be the focus of our review, including the call-taker's failure to remain on the line with Ms. Berry until police arrived on scene," Martin L. Flask, director of Cleveland's Department of Public Safety, said in a statement. "Please be assured that this matter will be investigated, and if necessary, appropriate corrective action taken."