User Profile: ErinLindsey


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  • [10] May 26, 2015 at 6:17pm

    I think she was already a hero, from everything that we’ve learned about her in the news.

    I noticed that we’re not hearing all that much about the scum that killed her. There does seem to be a gang war starting up in Omaha. I hope we don’t see more cops getting shot. I think Obama wa triggered a lot of the animosity towards the cops on purpose.

  • [94] May 26, 2015 at 5:29pm

    The news said that the funeral procession was more than seven miles long, and took an hour and a half, to two hours to wind through Omaha and Council Bluffs. I think I heard them say there were over 400something squad cars, a lot from out of state, in the procession.

    I have never seen a local turnout like this for a funeral before. I wish we were honoring her with an award for something heroic, rather than having a funeral.

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  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 2:59am

    They said on the news tonight that the thug shot Officer Orozco with a 9mm Glock pistol that had a FIFTY ROUND DRUM MAGAZINE in it! Only one of the cops was able to shoot back, and thankfully got the guy. The slug that hit Officer Orozco hit her in the upper chest, and went out thru her back. They found it in her vest. The only person using 9mm ammo was the felon. The police chief said this was a justified shooting of the suspect.

    Whenever I hear of high capacity magazines, I just assumed they held something like fifteen rounds. I never knew they made a magazine that looks like it belongs more on a tommy gun, than it does on a 9mm pistol.

  • [16] May 21, 2015 at 12:25am

    Most of the thugs are in North Omaha…with Sen Ernie Chambers, who said a few months ago that he thinks that the Omaha police are worse than members of ISIS.

    The term limits didn’t do enough to get rid of old Ernie. (he had to take a break from the Unicameral for a few years, before he could go back and screw more stuff up…like repealing the death penalty today)

  • [28] May 21, 2015 at 12:13am

    they said on the news that she was wearing a protective vest, but the bullet hit her above the top of the vest.

    I was across the street from the hospital at the Creighton Cardiac Center when the ambulances arrived to take her to the trauma center. I have never seen that many cops in one place before. They had so many cops there, and the looks on most of their faces was heartbreaking. I think they knew it was going to end up the way it did. Everyone looked so sad, but businesslike and professional.

    My dad had told me when he worked in the trauma center, what would happen whenever there was a shooting on the North side of Omaha. The police have to basically take over security for the hospital, because family and friends of the suspect(s) will also descend on the building, and sometimes go looking for revenge. I never believed my dad how scary things like that look when that happens until now.

    Hopefully I won’t witness the sadness on all those police officers faces ever again.

    I feel really bad that she will never get to see her baby daughter come home, and that her baby will never know her mom.

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  • [8] May 19, 2015 at 2:31pm

    I grew up ten miles away from Offutt Air Force Base. We had drills a couple times a year to go to the basements of the school. (This was in the mid70′s). Sometime in the mid80′s they stopped calling it air raid drills, and started calling them tornado drills.

  • [21] May 12, 2015 at 2:15pm

    what those kids did pretty much fits the definition of “thug” behavior. Hope they go to jail, but they’ll just get a slap on the wrists. Maybe not even a slap, because that would be a “cruel and unusual punishment” according to the liberals.

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  • May 9, 2015 at 2:34am

    The 11 month old was returned to his family tonight, and his father, who was being held for immigration violations was freed tonight so that he could be with his son.

    The search for the five year old was suspended for the night. There was a very bad rainstorm the night that they think the kid was tossed into the Elkhorn river. So, it’s probably going to be a long search, and I think the forecast for tomorrow evening is for rain.

    The older half brother has been arrested on first degree murder charges. His mother had been stabbed at least 26 times. The mother’s niece said something about the 25yr old’s girlfriend did not like the mother. The niece also said that the 25yr old had been begging the family for money before the murder(s)

    Nebraska has the death penalty, at least for the moment. Really hoping this jerk gets the needle. (wish it was still Old Sparky)

  • [7] May 9, 2015 at 2:08am

    I’m starting to wonder if someone on TheBlaze is a Nebraskan. Because they keep having stories about things happening in Nebraska lately. I’m just glad this is a happy story, compared to the other one that happened this week.

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  • [2] May 8, 2015 at 12:08pm

    More information from the Omaha World-Herald website.

  • [2] May 8, 2015 at 11:49am

    The news is now reporting that the five year old has an older brother. He’s the one who turned himself in.

    There is now a heavy police presence concentrating on the Elkhorn river in western Douglas county (just west of Omaha).

    Stop making jokes about deporting the five year old and his younger brother. You’re not being very funny. I want something done about the illegals too, but no one has said these babies were illegal. But they have just lost their mom. The five year old is likely dead.

    You all sound like racist idiots that don’t care that the five year old has probably been killed by his own brother.

  • [8] May 8, 2015 at 3:21am

    Local Omaha news is reporting a man turned himself in to the Omaha Police, and has been taken into questioning. The family is also reporting that the boy has been found, but no one is saying if he’s alive or dead right now.

    (a little disgusted with a lot of TheBlaze commenters right now, making this story political, and about illegals. I want to stop the illegals from coming over the border too. But I don’t want this kid to be dead, and I don’t want his little brother to lose his entire family either)

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  • [13] May 7, 2015 at 11:28pm

    The news is also saying that the mother had told friends that someone had been following her. Her house has been broken into several times, and the house was set fire to by an arsonist a couple of weeks ago.

    Sounds like someone has been after her for quite awhile. Also seems like it was the five year old being targeted.

    I don’t care if the kid is illegal, I hope he’s found, and that he’ll be ok.

  • [23] May 7, 2015 at 11:23pm

    The mom was found murdered this morning. The five year old is still missing. The car has been found. The father is in the country illegally. The police say they’ve questioned him, but no one has said if he’s a suspect. The way the news is talking, he might not be a suspect. But I guess we have to wait for the police to release more information.

    Hopefully the five year old will be found soon. Really hope he’s not hurt, and will be ok. I have a bad feeling that he’s not going to be found alive.

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  • [33] May 4, 2015 at 4:12pm

    This makes me not want to believe what any of the protesters/rioters say. Sad thing is, if you say a lie often enough, people will believe it’s true. Sure there is going to be people now thinking that it’s just one big cover up.

    This “witness” reminds me of some of the people Jimmy Kimmel puts on tv when he’s asking them what they thought of some fake thing that happened the day before. Just making up stuff because there’s a camera in front of them.

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  • [7] April 21, 2015 at 11:44pm

    I only have five friends on my Facebook. All people that I’ve known personally, and only one of them ever actually talks to me on the phone, or comes to see me. Just not very often. Haven’t seen any of them in real life for at least a year. Some of them for decades.

    I’d rather have one real person to talk to. None of my friends really ever talks to me anymore.

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  • [20] April 20, 2015 at 5:00pm

    Both Hilary and 0bama must have taken Machiavellian Politics 101: The Ends Justify The Means class from the same textbook, or professors. Wish they’d both hurry up and get out of our lives.

  • [5] April 19, 2015 at 3:18pm

    I got around the “structure” b s by using a telescoping flagpole.

    A fifteen foot tall flagpole. I can talke it down whenever I want to. If anyone in my neighborhood were to complain (they never have), I can just lower the pole and put it away. No one in my HOA has ever complained tho. (And I have a relative that lives in my neighborhood that is HOA president. She’s getting the bylaws changed so we can get permanent flagpoles).

  • [11] April 10, 2015 at 1:01am

    That guy looked like he gave up immediately, even put his hands behind his back. After that, it looked like he got kicked in the dangly bits more than four or five times, while they were smacking him around. Didn’t the cops realize that there was more than one helicopter hovering over them, and they were most likely news choppers. With cameras. Maybe they should have stopped smacking the guy after the first thirty seconds or so?

    Maybe they were mad that he stole the horse? Which he obviously didn’t know how to ride. He was trying to hold the back of the saddle to stay on. Don’t lean back, lean forward, and hold the pommel! (that’s what my grandmother taught me)

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  • [3] March 27, 2015 at 12:14am

    0bama makes the crummiest deals. He’d sell the White House for a handful of beans. (and the handful of beans would end up being a pile of rabbit poo)

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