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The village board voted to shut down the police department in September.Following a board vote to release former police reservist and officer names in October, Detroit attorney Herschel Fink sent a letter to the village trustee Sue Dingo, Village Attorney Richard Hamilton and others warning of damages against the village if the information was released andcites terrorist group ISIS as the reason why.”Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and online supporters call for attacks against law enforcement and government personnel,” the letter states.”To release identifying information about law enforcement personnel under such circumstances would not only result in damages against the Village, and everyone involved in such a release, it would likely be considered as having been done with malice, opening the door to punitive damages, as well. There is no governmental immunity for such acts, nor privilege for attorneys advising their clients to do so.”When asked later ifFink himself wasa reservist, Dingo said yes.Chief of Police Robert Reznick has said that many of the reservists are from the Detroit area, but has declined to identify them.Village officials have said the list of reservists includes doctors, lawyers, businessmen and others.Reznick said the reservists joined his force to do a good thing for the village many donate money that funds the $38,000 annual police department budget and then some and some moneyhas purchased other equipment for the village.Reservists have also donated holiday hams for every resident of the village.During recent village meetings, some residents have questioned why media organizations want to see who is on the reserve force.Others believe they have a right to know.”I really don’t know why, what law is out there, that prevents me having names of the volunteers who help our village pay its bills,” Shannon Bitterman said in March. “To me, these people are paying the village bills to a huge degree and when I ask who is paying the bills, I should have those names and the number.”.