The now-retired Rochester fire captain who took his crew while on duty to an allegedly racist party didn't think the party was inappropriate.
That's according to the now-concluded city investigation of the captain's conduct. The details have been obtained by 13WHAM.
While the city concluded Jeffrey Krywy violated its rules, he didn't believe his actions were out of line.
The city told him he would be terminated, and he choose this week to retire.
A black firefighter serving under him said the party mocked Juneteenth, with buckets of fried chicken, Henessy cognac, and pictures of Democratic politicians on stakes.