Monthly Archives: August 2009

Lost Child Found.

This link takes you to a Fox News article about an abducted child at age 11 who was found 18 years later living in a storage shed in the back yard of the couple who apparently abducted here. And the … Continue reading

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Times of Peril

I am appalled that the justice department is going to prosecute other prosecutors for giving legal opinions during the Bush Administration in dealing with terrorists. Nero fiddled while Rome Burned

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Driving While Texting Will Kill You

Here’s a great video from the UK posted on Youtube. Please Don’t drive distracted especially with a handy aka cell phone.

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Town Hall Meeting

I’ve read that Demos claim that a lot of the town hall meetings are being sabotaged by repubs who have scripted and are not representing main-stream Americans. According to this posting on Youtube, this is what that poster said. “I, … Continue reading

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Letter from FBI Director

I’ve attached the letter written by FBI Director Mueller in reference to the recent release of a terrorist connected to the Lockerbie crash. I’m pleased that Director Mueller took this opportunity to speak for other law enforcement officials and the … Continue reading

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Things Must Change

A lot of my stress comes from the frustration in the lack of real change to save the lives of kids. I posted the link outlining my concerns on my website here. Part of stress is compounded by the inability … Continue reading

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Real Change

I watched Gangsters Paradise again tonight. Ironically after 15 years Coolio still does a better job than the politicians, case workers, do gooders, and all the self-proclaimed experts on youth violence and drugs can. I figure I have the battle … Continue reading

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The Speeding Ticket

I have seen this before. I’m not sure if it’s true or not but I think it speaks volumes about what you do each day and the burdens you often carry. The Speeding Ticket: Jack took a long look at … Continue reading

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Who Do You Serve?

I’ve been on the job over 28 years now and even though the assignments have changed I still feel the luring call of the tense voice of the dispatcher on a shots fired call, a fight call or a chase. … Continue reading

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Don’t Lose Focus

Even after 28 years of law enforcement, I’m always amazed when I’m in a group of non-cops how the conversation is still that uncomfortable comments about “don’t arrest me” or “can you fix my ticket?” stuff. Or better yet, the … Continue reading

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