'so sorry for smiling Jeffrey. He looked like such a delightul soul. Bless him in the peace he desired.
I find it deplorable that you are placing your career above an officer's that is only out to protect your fat, old, aging, and oh so ignorant ass. If the call for service could have put you in danger, maybe the quickest way of getting you out of harms way was to threaten arrest instead of cowtowing to your feelings of entitlement and the I AM ME sentiment you tried to wield. You cow. Holy crap. Who the hell are you? You drop yourself into a police investigation with a giggling old lady's...'oh my! Is that what I think it is?' Are you an empty guord? And then you are draping your stupid camera over the evidence. Obviously you have no idea of the chain of evidence. Do you know you could have contaminated the entire crime scene. How stupid are you?
And let's not forget your backup. A retired old defense attorney with nothing to do with his day and nothing to show his worth. I bet he was all excited to get back into the thick of things. Maybe now he would make his mark. Wow it only gets better.
Like the last commenter wrote...police officers will come running to save your sorry ass next time, again, when someone panhandles you and you are scared. Cuz you call for help don't you? Lots. Well at least the NCJ employees do ...whether you know it or not. How dare you do this article. Especially when there were days to have a discussion with the department but you failed to do so and waited almost a week to make the complaint but to wanted toget the article out first....oh, you and Kim Starr are now local heroes and partners....I have no respect for your career any long and I think the NCJ is just a rag. Sorry to the other good reporters there and there are some.
I wish you gone to some other place.
Um...why does this nauseate me?
How come the families that have not offereed nor helped in any positive way to assist their infirmed family members rush in to claim money from deep pockets when there is a so called "civil suit" against a municipality. (Cotton, Burgess, Cooke) They just wring their hands on their situations and turn the problem family member loose on the rest of us. I think we should sue the family for our having to "sponsor them" and their letting the impaired family member reak havoc on our communities time after time after time. If they do not claim responsibility for their family member, why then should they sue for damages? That person's disfunction and distress to the community that has had to pay for and deal with him/her should expect some compensation from the family that turned their back on him , washed their hands of himn, or simply felt they could not spend the energy to make a difference with him...let him loose for the authorities to "deal with".
I would have preferred to seen him get help, but he did not accept any. And yet if his family denied him, then why should they reap any reward the results of his behavior?
Are we ever going to be tired of this?
In Print This Week:
Dec 5, 2013
vol XXIV issue 49
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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