The attorney for fired Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is demanding a public hearing from the city regarding his termination. Fort Worth City Manager David Cooke says a variety of issues caused the city to lose faith in Fitzgerald’s leadership ability.

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Former FWPD Chief Says His Termination Was "Invalid"The attorney for fired Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald is demanding a public hearing from the city regarding his termination. Fort Worth City Manager David Cooke says a variety of issues caused the city to lose faith in Fitzgerald’s leadership ability.
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