Yahoooooo! Home Depot can't be far behind, and what I wouldn't give for an Olive Garden or an In and Out Burger. Maybe even a Best Buy! Holy @#$*!
Cops suck that is the whole story. Dude might have been highasshit!
Nonetheless, anyone that has ever had contact with the EPD knows that the entire force is a rolling cluster. The facts are that someone hit this guy with something much harder than a fist (LIKE A FREAKING NIGHT STICK!) and he died because of it.
Why doesn't the journal publish them names of the officers involved? You know why! Because it wouldn't take but a few months to put two and two together and discover that power drunken cops are totally out of control in this county.
How about instead of beating and shooting suspects unnecessarily, the cops could go out and investigate whothefuck it is that is selling LSD on our streets? Oh wait that's right the cops are in on it and everyone knows it. There is no way on this earth that drugs like heroin and LSD are circulating in this community with out the total complicity of law enforcement. Either that or they are totally incompetent. Whatever the case may be the city should have to pay up.
Why are people in Humboldt so freaking gullible?
Time and time again dusty old hippies up here get taken to the cleaners by con-men who were obviously straight perpatrators from the gate.
Eureka Inn (poser stole a bunch of money from the till)
Humboldt Creamery (Ghildarucci robbed everyone blind!)
Economic Development Center ( Hired some dude that was a total fraud and then got bullied so bad by their own contract that they can't even talk about how bad he raped them.)
There are of course many more, but the question is why do retards in Humboldt by into it? It was all too good to be true. Shitsake, down at the creamery they made the guy who ripped them off C.F.O. when he was only 25 years old. How many 25 year old kids do you know that you would trust your entire company to? None! Until Humbolters start turning a blind eye to cronyism it is always gonna be this way.
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In Print This Week:
Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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