It turned out to be true that a rail supervisor did indeed knock out someone in uniform.
It appears that this person will keep his job at Trimet, after taking a month off "administrative leave" (paid vacation basically)
I guess they paid off the 'victim' so he is not pressing charges, that's the rumor anyway.
Point being of course, if that had been a BUS DRIVER that punched out a TriMet patron, he would be out of here so fast that you couldn't see him going.
If 'they' like you, you can get away with almost anything and still be employed here.
If 'they' don't like you, adios amigos.
It seems there was an argument going on between a male and female. The supervisor stepped in the middle to break it up. He poked the man several times and then the man charged the supervisor. Supervisor laid him out cold on the MAX tracks where he held him down till the police arrived. The supervisor claims that the youth spit on him.
There were three camera's with video feeds. They are under lock down and this time there will be no leaks.