Oh, I see, so it is ok for us to do our laundry in public? I think not. What the hell gives you the right to get on here and publicly hang the involved firefighters? I wasn't there, I don't know what happened. When things like that happen, then it needs to be handled inhouse. Departments have policies and proceedures. Let them handle it. Don't bring any more bad light on the D.F.D. or the fire service in general.
"Short of criminal behavior a fireman should always support his brothers", you say. Always? How about when they're publicly disgracing your department and your profession. It's one thing to "have each other's back" in a fire. It's quite another to make excuses for boorish, embarrasing and disrespectful behavior that shows firefighters in a bad light to the public. That should never be tolerated. The pride in our profession comes from the fact that we do hold ourselves to a higher standard, and that includes not standing for this kind of sh*t.