User Profile: johnbarlycorn


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  • July 2, 2015 at 12:02pm

    There is no legal nor lawful pursuit situation. What you have are employees violating their oath, the law, and morality.
    The only way any of these “jokes”/ unlawful detainments become legal is when the victim accepts something from the thug making it consensual.
    My advice; law enforcement employees should spend their time studying law, procedure, various skills dealing with apprehension, and above all following their oath 24 7.
    Anything less than that and they are a thug waiting to cost the taxpayer money and an innocent their life.
    Thank you.

  • [15] July 2, 2015 at 11:37am

    I believe you are correct when you state division is the preferred method of control: Black V. White, Female V. Male, Spanish speakers V. English speakers, Young V. Old, Rich V Middleclass, Poor V. Middleclass, Secularists V. Christians, Homosexuals V. Heterosexuals.
    To my mind this is just part of the tinder that has been spread around this country for the last 20 years. This time the groups didn’t take the incitement to ignite the inferno. This deal in no way means the planned & orchestrated coming civil/ race war has been stopped.
    Something else that hit me reading this piece: these Vet’s & bikers are “EXACTLY” the same as the majority of the group that was ambushed at a preplanned execution in a parking lot in Waco TX back in May. Not reported here (no reason to wonder why) over 70% of the people arrested &/ or executed were Vet’s, Bikers, retired government workers with NO, None, Any record to include traffic citations. The difference between that outrage & the potential available in this story is the lack of provocateurs to light the fuse.
    I think we are only a few incidents away from what the three sides (racist/ communist/ anarchist, police state thugs, & propaganda media) have been promoting for well over 6 years now – civil unrest resulting in the negation of all rights of a citizen.
    I pray for my country. I pray for the fools here & elsewhere that take the bait offered instead of thinking through what is being promoted.
    God bless the USA.
    Thank you.

  • [19] July 1, 2015 at 12:56pm

    Yes, correct. It also states he retired at 8 years; unless medically retired that is not possible.
    Finally, it does my heart good to see none of the usual racial comments here; evil is present in all races, genders, ethnicities, languages, and cultures.
    This story also reinforces the notion that all adults are responsible for their own safety, their family, and community. The more people take responsibility the less the need for expensive law enforcement employees wandering around trying to find reasons to fill activity reports.
    Thank you.
    Semper Fi

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  • [-2] July 1, 2015 at 12:21pm

    John and others,
    Here is another “fun story” this site won’t cover but it is all about law enforcement employees violating their oath, the law, and morality from the secular northeast but it is fun to those embracing evil:
    CT state law enforcement employee and – you can’t make this up – member of the Sex Offender Registry Unit, was sentenced Monday for the brutal rape of an 81-year-old woman in June.
    Jeffrey LaPorto, 44, pleaded no contest to first-degree sexual assault of the elderly woman. LaPorto’s lawyer explained that the sex was “consensual and that law enforcement employment is really stressful”. Apparently LaPorto told his victim, that he was very powerful telling her not to report the incident.
    Now for the kicker: LaPorto took a deal; 10 years prison, serve 2 remainder suspended, and 10 years’ probation. Highly unusual for law enforcement sex offenders, he will register as a sex offender. Oh, by the way LaPorto had a long list of sexual complaints/ crimes to someone not protected by the union, going back 10 years before finally getting caught!
    Well, law enforcement playing games on the citizens; it is just all happy stuff until it is your mother, wife, or daughter.
    God have mercy on your souls.

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 11:09am

    Sir/ Ma’am,
    If anything in TX should be making the law abiding and God fearing citizens of this once great state near death from moral sickness it is this:
    30 year law enforcement employee John Van Trump Houston TX was convicted of repeatedly raping a child under the age of 6 years old over a series of years.
    Trump faced 25 years to life for this most heinous of all crimes. But wait for it………. they all went to bat for him (unions and prosecutors) and Trump only got 1 day in jail and 10 years probation.
    At what point will blue privilege be viewed for what it really is; an ongoing criminal enterprise of the most evil variety.
    Instead of shinning the light of truth on the law enforcement industry this site choses to participate in police state worship.
    May God have mercy on your souls for there is no crime nor support of crime worse than that against a child.
    Thank you.

  • [1] July 1, 2015 at 10:18am

    Exactly when did the law change? Exactly when did we all publicly say an oath before God and man means nothing?
    Here you have 3 employees breaking the law, violating their oath, and miss-using government property and funds. How is that great?
    I spent 30 years active duty in the Marine Corps. We had two sons serve in the Corps in OIF and OEF.
    My wife, our sons and their wives all agree; this is the height of immaturity.
    This young soldier reuniting with his mother is great but there is not one adult or responsible person in that PD and that should be the story.
    Than you.

  • [-10] July 1, 2015 at 10:03am

    What is so wonderful about the willful miss-use of government assets: employees & vehicles?
    What is so wonderful about taking employees that are supposed to be critical to the operation of local government & use them in an unlawful manner?
    Why wouldn’t any thinking American, law abiding & in this case white, be terrified by three armored, armed and government sanctioned administers of lethal force, when there was no reasonable circumstance for them to unlawfully stop her?
    Why do the Pablum snorting police state sycophants here continue to think it is cute when law enforcement employees play games with the public? How is an intelligent & law abiding person supposed to know when the law enforcement employee is just joking around & when these employees have deadly intent?
    Take for example: Pittsfield, MA PD going to the wrong house. You know just fun & games, the house of 88 year old Phyllis Stankiewicz. Well these fun employees kept pounding on the door with weapons drawn while she told them to go away – leave me alone. These fun employees wouldn’t – well because THEY WENT TO THE WRONG ADDRESS – forced the door open & Phyllis had armed herself with a butter knife. The brave but incompetent & stupid employees quickly disarmed her & charged her with assault on one of the king’s men.
    Phyllis is lucky she did not have a dog or cat since they would have been shot immediately. Phyllis went to jail & faces trial. Oh what fun!

  • [2] June 30, 2015 at 9:49am

    Please, tell me again how employees of the law enforcement industry should be respected and revered.
    When there are no standards anything can and will occur.
    But, hey, what the heck If all it takes to placate the mindless sodomites of NYC is an employee simulating an unnatural sex act in public, then more circuses and bread for all.
    Apparently, law enforcement employees are not “afraid for their lives” when participating in a simulated act of buggery with non-union members.
    Good grief. We are lost and we deserve what is coming.

  • [3] June 30, 2015 at 9:38am

    What is it with this site and these millennials that constantly demand attention for sinful behavior?
    I feel sorry for Sergeant Myer being dragged into this soap opera of a dysfunctional family. The narcissism on display is both revolting and disheartening.
    This shows there are to many pretending to live God centered lives that need to repent and reflect vice promote and bask in the glow of shame. Without shame displayed is the preferred cologne of this perverted, deviant society that we have become.
    Thank you.

  • [3] June 30, 2015 at 9:22am

    Stories such as this one give me hope in America. Good people taking responsibility for their lives and property; leaving law enforcement to do what they are capable of: writing reports and take charge of suspects.
    A few observations:
    Why was a 17 year old, presumably untrained and untried, young man able to neutralize a real threat with only one round?
    Is it because this 17 year old is untrained that he did not empty the magazine into the threat even after the threat was hit and lying on the ground/ floor?
    How could an untrained 17 year old have the poise to provide the threat with a clear and direct warning before firing a single round since he is untrained?
    Well it certainly is oh so reassuring that the “trained” employees of the law enforcement industry don’t act like this! Remember this 17 year old’s actions the next time you hear an employee firing multiple rounds because he/ she were afraid.
    Thank you.

  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 1:09pm

    I appreciate the sarcasm.
    I was just thinking about mass killings as a terrorist tactic: this country had 9 Americans gunned down in a hail of over 500 rounds from automatic weapons and yet nothing has been heard on this since a few days after the murders, 19 May 2015.
    You all remember don’t you? The preplanned attack that was conducted in a parking lot in Waco TX? All of those killed in the attack somehow were gunned down by automatic weapons. All of those killed were American combat veterans.
    I wonder what happened there because you hear nothing about the 170 that were arrested and remain in jail? You hear nothing from all the people, restaurant workers and people in the streets. Not one eye witness has been interviewed by the propagandist media.
    You know it really is interesting since I see here day after day how so many commenters are concerned about race that no one, to include the editorial staff, has anything on this issue/ incident. All of the murdered and those arrested being white.
    Hey isn’t it curious that this is the same place those religious nuts ended up getting themselves killed – shot or burned alive along with all those little children?
    Boy this sure is weird. Oh well, time to move along to the next outrage placed on your plate by the propagandists.
    Thank you.

  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 10:29am

    You make valid comment.
    I am torn on this simply because of the special legal – not lawful – powers and prerogatives given to those employed in the law enforcement industry.
    Missing from this story is mention of the summary execution of Walter Scott by employee Slager, the assault on Walter Scott’s brother post execution and theft of his camera by North Charleston PD at the murder scene only returned after the chief of PD knew a video of the execution was on line.
    It would be interesting to see if this fool was involved in any of that action.
    Finally, does having a government job mean that all decency, judgment, taste, and propriety are not required as grounds for employment?
    Frankly, given the frequency of law enforcement employees engaging in sex crimes I would think firing this fool for exposing himself in an undergarment would be enough.
    Well this is our country and we have allowed the fools of all stripes to lead us into a self obsessed degenerate perverted cesspool of never ending narcissism.
    Oh and a flag, and this flag is fine by me for individual’s and states to use.
    Thank you.

  • [1] June 26, 2015 at 9:57am

    Not to quibble with such a redeeming story but I must:
    - 18 years is the legal age for a person to participate fully in civic life as an adult – voting etc.
    - 18 years is the legal age to enlist in the military.
    - For some reason people seem to accept the perpetual continuation of childhood/ non adulthood.
    What this young man vice boy/ teenager etc. did was a good and timely action!
    It is of note that Boy Scouts (before they adopted the sodomite life style) where keen to acquire life saving skills. As I look around, so few have or maintain them nowadays.
    Well who knows, perhaps Mr. Lemmer will start a trend of Americans thinking and acting as adults, taking responsibility for themselves and those around them.
    Then again if this occurs all of the unionized “government helpers” may loose their cushy but unnecessary employment.
    Thank you.

  • June 25, 2015 at 7:42pm

    Why not throw out the unions, those groups that function as unions (orders, associations, councils) make everyone in this country subject to enforcement of the same laws, and only hire those individuals that take an oath to follow the constitution of this country and their state?
    Well I suppose if you did that this multi billion dollar industry run by this one click would no longer be a money making scheme but would return to a civil police force actually performing a civic service.
    Your right that would really screw everyone except for the law abiding taxpayer! As we know no one getting rich and accruing power off the police state gives a fig newton about those suckers – er I mean taxpayers.
    Thank you.

  • June 25, 2015 at 7:30pm

    Sir or whatever you are, why in the world would any God fearing law abiding American seek out anyone in the law enforcement industry to have a “conversation” with?
    Unless mentally deficient in some regard, any adult would never willingly engage with law enforcement for the simple fact that you have no way to predict if you will be victimized for no other reason than “because”.
    For all you boot lickers fawning over this police state worship:
    one Morgan, 30, employee of Kiowa PD in Ok kidnapped a 15-year-old girl and took her to LAs Vegas. Fear not, the sex with this minor was consensual and well police work is stressful you know!
    Every stinking week, case after case of law enforcement employee pedophilia many with department cover ups.
    Again, until such time that policing in this country returns to peace officer based action by oath keeping honorable servants of the law, not unionized street thugs above the law, no decent human being would want to be associated with this on-going national criminal enterprise.
    Hey, it you kidnap and rape kids your organization is right there next to whale dung!
    Good grief.

  • [1] June 25, 2015 at 12:22pm

    Sound comments. I would add; law enforcement is no longer a “service” but rather a huge monopoly industry that controls politicians, courts, and most media to the determinant of the law abiding taxpayer.

    Your question about Wood waiting to blow the whistle until after he is out of this industry is self evident. You, nor anyone else, can name one person that blew the whistle while still employed and did not get screwed or worse. For those paid trolls and union shills, they all know that Wood is only partly true in his comments because they apply industry wide. As an example – NJ has state law enforcement – in court documents – EVIDENCE – this “law enforcement” entity has been found to use a group called the “Lord’s of Discipline” to keep employees from coming forward to report crimes and wrong doing by law enforcement. Think that is a lie? NJ actually agreed to it as stipulated in paying a settlement for reprisals against an honest employee.

    There is nothing new here but it may come as a shock to the self deluded and as the trolls run out of excuses to cover an ongoing national criminal enterprise.Does aforcement ri? No it does not.

    Thank you.

  • [1] June 25, 2015 at 9:41am

    Sir/ Ma’am,
    We are in agreement!
    In this one article you have a clear window into what I saw for two years as a contract instructor to the law enforcement industry.
    The comments by Patterson are benign but represent the integrated industry approach to improvement of actual police functions. The hierarchy, training, equipment and union establishments all view everything as a business decision not as a civil policing function supposedly to provide a service to the public within the scope of the constitution.
    A very simple question to ask yourself; how many peace officers or law enforcement employees become critics let alone whistle blowers and are not attacked by this integrated industry and sometimes actually set up to be permanently silenced?
    What can you say about an industry that places more importance on themselves vice the good or service they provide in a contract.
    Thank you.

  • June 25, 2015 at 8:04am

    Thank you but your sarcasm does not camouflage the fallacy in your logic. The point at base; people make agreements. People make oath’s. People do good. People do bad. People are moral. People are immoral. All is based on a personal connection.
    My comment, and it seems to have hit a nerve, is that you cannot make a connection with a bureaucracy. To pretend an employee, working for pay, is more valuable and better than those people you make a personal connection with based on blood, faith, community, values is make-believe-land.
    As an example: a few months ago on this site: a story of a woman & mother arrested in front of her children in public on a warrant. It turned out all the government employees screwed up because there was no basis for the warrant. Where does she go to get her reputation back? Where does she go to get the image of a mother being cuffed and patted down – how we let the state ritualize sexual assault – from her children’s mind? Where does she go to get her dignity back?
    What was the response from unaccountable employees – from the judge on down to the man that cuffed and performed a ritualized sexual assault? Oh, yeah, well you know it was just a mistake.
    We live in a country that now has ritualized sexual assault in airports, train stations, on roadsides, even in government schools. But hey, you know it is all about keeping you safe!
    If the founders were alive today they would see the population for what they are slaves.
    Thank you.

  • [-7] June 24, 2015 at 4:17pm

    I have no idea what you mean by “solid and good citizens that we rely on.”
    There was a time in this country when adults looked out for each other and children.
    There was a time in this country when adults were expected to take care of themselves.
    There was a time in this country when God fearing law abiding people could trust peace officers to abide by their oath.
    There was a time in this country when assault, robbery, rape and sodomy were crimes rarely committed by police.
    Just the latest in a never ending list: Champaign IL law enforcement employee Gale was arrested for two rapes and one attempted murder – from 2012 and 2013 – you see it got so bad the supervision could not cover for him anymore so they had to arrest him now.
    No adult in their right mind needs to count on anyone other than family, church, and friends. To believe a government employee will care more about your welfare and property than those closest to you is one very sick joke played out with regular precision as a matter of policy.
    This story is one of a good adult doing something good and normal – well 20 years ago normal – his employment status has nothing at all to do with being “good”. In fact, one can make a valid case that this act is so out of the norm for one employed in this industry that it makes this act news worthy.
    No matter how much the trolls and apologists turn facts on their heads any interaction with law enforcement employees is dangerous for God fearing law abiding people.

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  • [5] June 23, 2015 at 4:03pm

    This is Seattle, a place that even Trotskyites think is harsh when it comes to the bond between union thuggery and politicians being bought and paid for with law enforcement union money.
    Look at the last 5 years of murders of the unarmed and innocent by these protected thugs. Look at a WA state law enforcement thugocracy that costs taxpayers hundreds of thousands each quarter in awards/ settlements because they are exempt from following the law and treating citizens morally, and within the law.
    It matters not if there is a D or an R after the name, in every city and every state with law enforcement union thugs it is the same thing – one group of thugs preying on the innocent at the behest of another group of thugs.
    Thank you.

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