User Profile: neidermeyer


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  • April 18, 2015 at 6:39pm

    bloods , krips , blue gang … all the same ,,, let them go after each other.

  • [8] April 18, 2015 at 6:33pm

    I downvoted you because of the assumption that the child said something that is not documented in the story or in the police narrative. The narrative simply is that the child disagreed with the states position at a school talk.

  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 10:06pm

    They’ll be picking jurors based on their clothing colors…

  • [1] April 16, 2015 at 6:56pm

    This is OK for a single guy ,, but the one at a time approach and the wasted corn make it a non-starter for me … besides you get better corn by boiling or steaming ,,, all you have to do is look for the color change… you can do dozens of ears in the same time as this guy does one…

  • April 14, 2015 at 3:43pm

    I couldn’t help but notice the Cordoba tag in the photo’s ,, I think he was trying to skin him some fine Corinthian leather.

  • April 13, 2015 at 6:57am

    We need real reform of the police and have needed it since money from the drug war corrupted ALL police departments across the country.. here’s how we fix it…
    1.) repeal the cops “bill of rights” which gives officers involved in a dispute 10 days to co-ordinate their lies and get legal involved.. we don’t get it , they don’t get it.
    2.) cancel all city/county legal protections for cops , give them an additional $2,000 or so a year to buy their own liability policies… the bad ones will get dropped after a few incidents and leave the gov’t job gravy train.
    3.) Civilian oversight comittees with power to press criminal and civil charges , end IA investigations by interested parties , I myself have had an IA investigation thwarted because the policy in most areas is to have the officers IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR do the preliminary investigation and determine if it should move forward.
    4.) No more bonus for SWAT duty ,, and limit the raids by making the superior in charge responsible for screw ups… shooting 92 year old ladies , flash banging infants in cribs..
    5.) All civil forfeiture goods and money to be disbursed back to the victim of the cops after a no cost civil hearing with very low standards of proof… by no means does the cash go to the department..

  • [1] April 13, 2015 at 6:46am

    I’ve seen the “treehouse” video and map ,,, I stand by my first remarks … This was caused by a justice system out of control where we have essentially debtors prisons… This man ran because he could not afford to go to jail on the child support warrant… The treehouse video shows taser wires stuck to the cops clothing which does not mean that the taser was fired AT anyone ,, it could have discharged when they were rolling about… shooting a fat old man who was running away and didn’t harm anyone is not only stupid it’s manslaughter or murder2 ,, they had his info and could have arrested him later that evening. Dropping the taser holster next to the body shows intent to pull that big blue rug over the incident and lie it all away.

    Fire away Mahatma Glenndie.

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  • April 12, 2015 at 9:34pm

    My kid has yet again ANOTHER standardized test tomorrow… there’s no time for learning… and next year he gets to middle school where they bring in Officer McDonut to “teach” the “D.A.R.E.” program ,, (drug abuse resistance education) ,, they typically show up in brightly painted flashy cars that were taken by unconstitutional civil forfeiture and give speeches about how bad drugs are and such … trouble is that the program actually works as an intro to drugs class and drug usage ESCALATES among those taking the (mandatory) class… But the blue gang needs to keep feeding the system.. drug arrests are easy and get you promotions and it gives your friends in corrections fodder… my kid will stay home on that/those days…

  • April 12, 2015 at 9:20pm

    christianUSA , I’d give you 100 thumbs up if I could.

  • April 12, 2015 at 12:51am

    A reportedly gypsy family living out of the Suburban,,, no mention of purchases in the story ,,, A WalMart employee (likely not the one that was blocked from the restroom) was with the first responder cops and the family when backup rolled in and decided the situation was way too calm… Eight people in a SUV ,, they were likely organizing their stuff. Right now I’d say it’s 50/50 on the mother hiding shoplifted goods .. she might have just been washing up and changing clothes… not much privacy living in a car.

  • April 12, 2015 at 12:43am

    I agree with your read on the situation… the “assaulted” WalMart employee was likely not physically assaulted at all but blocked from the restroom and was probably investigating a potential shoplifting gang… If the video from Walmart (in my experience walmart restrooms are either in layaway or at the front of the store , both areas with plenty of cameras that would capture the restroom entrance) shows that the confrontation was indeed verbal in nature then we’ll get the 911 call describing the “assault” and WalMart will likely lose $millions$ and make some real changes to their policies.

  • [1] April 12, 2015 at 12:34am

    The only way the police know how to de-escalate is for you to capitulate to them and take a few hard lumps before they bust your head into the cruisers door frame,,, since they write the report(s) you know how it will be reported.

  • [12] April 11, 2015 at 2:23pm

    They were idiots and pushed a situation HARD , when they didn’t have control ,, they rolled up on these people and treated them like criminals ,,, you can do that with criminals ,, you can’t do that with honest people….

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  • [11] April 11, 2015 at 2:11pm

    They were traveling in a SUV , seemed to be taking a break from the road in the WalMart parking lot they had a cooler and folding chairs out … many people with RV’s and tractor trailers overnight in WMT parking lots ,, I know I did when I drove a truck.

  • [2] April 11, 2015 at 2:08pm

    The arrogance of the cops is unbelievable… they roll up at high speed (an intimidation tactic) and immediately start the beatings when it appears the “problem” was just that the old woman wanted a bit of privacy in the bathroom…. They’re travelling in a SUV not a motorhome … she was likely just changing clothes… everything seemed rather civil at the start, until us “civilians” requested a bit of dignified professionality from our “protectors”.

    Just look at how juiced up on steroids these police are ,, many of them are just bursting out of the necks and arms of their uniforms… They wanted a fight , they wanted to kill and they did so … and now they will claim to “be in fear for my life” and walk when they started the confrontation…

    The only lesson to be learned here is to shoot them dead FIRST , don’t give them a reason to escalate on you , be pre-emptive in your attack… and OWN the narrative when it gets to court.

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  • [6] April 11, 2015 at 9:18am

    128 shades of gray.

  • [1] April 10, 2015 at 7:05pm

    That’s cute. Why not just require “lawbreakers” to simply turn themselves in… That’s not how the game is played.

    Nolefan , you should know that it has been estimated that the average person breaks 17 traffic laws on their daily commute and commits an average of 3 felonies a day… check the aerosol cans under your sink … throwing the wrong one , even an empty one in the garbage is a felony… The laws we have are unworkable and intended to make all of us lawbreakers and therefore controllable and compliant. There is another story here on the Blaze where a child is being charged with a felony for changing the desktop background on his teachers computer to a rude pic of gay men kissing… If that was you being charged with a felony (for a simple prank) would you accept the jailtime and the likely death sentence of HIV and hepatitis from your cellmate Brutus, losing your savings , job , wife and family? Of course not.

  • [1] April 10, 2015 at 6:56pm

    Jerry Rivers is NOT a lawyer and HAS NEVER BEEN a lawyer, he attended and graduated law school (Brooklyn Law School) in 1969 , that was 46 years ago , he never passed the bar and never worked as a lawyer. He went into TV News as a reporter in 1970. I agree with him that this is not “murder 1″ but manslaughter is a bit weak… This could be a Murder 2 or 3 … and just for clarity IANAL and have not overnighted at a Holiday Inn Express recently.

  • April 10, 2015 at 6:45pm

    I don’t like hearing you call the dead man a deadbeat… my friend just escaped jail time for back child support,,, he’s been out of work for 5 months due to a serious auto accident… we do have debtors prisons in this country and jailtime can be a death sentence if you have to submit to someone for sex or you’re not protected by being part of a gang. How do you propose that he earn the money needed to pay that child support while he is in jail? How do you see an arrest and jailtime helping him find a job or a better job? Do you see his arrest and jailtime leading to him losing a job he might have? I do.

    Running was stupid but it is an understandable reaction to the overreaction of the legal system… I see his thinking as such: he might lose a car that he put a small down payment on but he would be free and might be able to pay the back child support in a month without the drama and avoid jail time.

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