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A ruling by a Metropolitan Police Department disciplinary panel not to terminate an officer accused of dating a drug dealer was changed and the officer was fired after police officials told the panel about evidence that had not been presented at the officer's hearing, according to a sworn affidavit and an appeal in the case.
The Metropolitan Police Department has dismissed a charge against an officer it fired in February that accused her of lying about ending her relationship with a drug dealer after learning he had been indicted.
A D.C. police officer fired as a result of a complaint brought by a campaign consultant turned political appointee for Mayor Vincent C. Gray has appealed her termination and asked that Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier recuse herself from the case because of her "close" relationship with the complainant.