Is Mr. Hoffman being fair regarding Tracy Buckley?

Inspector General investigator charged with shoplifting Monday, January 07, 2008 | 9:07 AM CHICAGO —
The City of Chicago's office of the inspector general is currently investigating one of its own investigators.
Chicago police say Tracy Buckley, an assistant chief investigator for Inspector General David Hoffman, was arrested over the weekend on shoplifting charges.
Officers say Buckley, who earns about $70,000 a year, was allegedly caught walking out with unpaid grocery items from a Whole Foods Market on the city's northwest side.
Hoffman has placed Buckley on administrative leave, but he says he wouldn't be surprised if it turned out that the allegations against her were a mistake.