User Profile: omgfolks


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  • [17] August 18, 2014 at 6:39am

    When are we going to face the music on this situation? This is not about Mr. Brown, this is about a segment of society that has no sense of civility. While the story of why the guy got 6 rounds put in him unfolds we are seeing nothing but thugs pretending to be protesters, out doing some ” Thug Shopping”. if you notice what is being looted, tire and rim stores, shoe stores, liquor stores, and beauty stores, now what is special about these stores. This segment of society values shiny rims on junk cars, Nike tennis shows and weaves, ad the booze and you see their true intention. Push America to get more free things for those who squandered their opportunity for an education when they were growing up and now think thing they are owed something. I hope the guard puts this down. I hope they lock up the streets and this segment of society causing them to reflect on their own shortcomings and how they themselves are responsible for where they are in life.

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  • [3] August 15, 2014 at 2:13pm

    Well once again we see an uprising with the mother saying how good her kid was how non violent he was, oh Rev Al jumps in the mix to spew his nonsense about how peaceful the thug was and how every black man is a target, What a load of dooky.!

    Seems like the video camera shows a the real side of this so called Non Violent Good kid. Seem to me he was just never caught before is all. Al Sharpton should take a lesson from jumping to conclusions about the cop, and refrain from spewing his dooky until he know the truth.. Not that Al needed any help looking stupid but he sure got it here.

  • [2] August 8, 2014 at 11:35am

    Huh? What did they sing? Was this an African Chant? A Island Song? What the hell did they say?

  • [3] August 8, 2014 at 11:24am

    But prosecutors said Wafer could have stayed safely in his locked home and called 911 instead of confronting McBride.

    “He had so many other options. … We wouldn’t be here if he had called police first,” Muscat told the jury.
    What a load of horse poo. We live in a society fostered by the lack of real punishment for violent criminals the ordinary citizens need to arm themselves for protection. Call the police? Really? This man had a right to protect himself and his property, to find him guilty is absurd, The pros said “cower down and hide” is the option he should have taken, I say that prosecutor is a pansy, If your under attack you fight back, you don’t wait and call the cops, you fight back. I am sorry the lady died, she shouldn’t have, but to find this man guilty of murder and manslaughter is stupid. There were options for the lady too, like wait for the police. Not long ago a similar situation involving cops was reported. the cops ruling was justifiable, why is that? This man has been railroaded simply because the lady was black, I think the jurors considered what would happen if they didn’t return with a guilty verdict., anyone consider that???

  • [5] August 2, 2014 at 12:07pm

    The cops failed sevral times to answer the simple question ” do you have a reason to suspect” each time the cops dodged the question and escalated this situation to get satisfy their agenda. This is the another example of cops today abusing their authority. Once the made contact, they obvioulsy saw no threat, they should have left the kid alone. But instead the manipulated the situation and arrested the kid. These guy need fired from the force. Way to much of this is going on in the US driven by LEO’s and anti gun whiners where even a legal act of carrying a weapon has been made to scare people. I am scared of the Para military Police units running around out there, not the average citizen.

  • [4] August 2, 2014 at 11:50am

    Well this is great but what I want to know is: Why do the FBI and HLS need to hire private security in the first place? I mean really. What a waste of tax payer money. Both of these agencies have low level employees who should be standing guard, not wasting millions of tax payer dollars on private security… There is the real problem..

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  • [3] July 29, 2014 at 3:48pm

    Well now the jury has spoken, this ordeal has reached its end. Both of these men have served this country with Honor and Integrity, laid their lives on the line in pursuit of democracy and freedom. So be gone you whiner’s out there who foolishly chose a side in matters you know so little about. These two men had their differences and it was resolved, the way that it should have been inside a court room instead of out in public. Mr. Kyle remains and American Hero, and equally tributes to any man who reaches the level of these two men, I would hope that Mr. Ventura since he was able to clear his name and regain his position among his fellow warriors would forgive the money in a dignified manner to his fallen brother and their family. It should be enough to have him name restored, take some of the money and pay each lawyer who I am almost sure wanted this to keep going and forgive the rest. To all those who has served are serving and will serve. I salute you.

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  • [22] July 28, 2014 at 7:01pm

    Hometown Police Chief Charles Forsyth announced on Monday that he had fired the officer involved, even though he “may have been justified under the Illinois Use of Force statute governing deadly force.” Always got to cover the brother in blue huh? Now the officer will sue to get his job back collect a pile of money and so does some lawyer, he will eventually be reinstated and back on the road again. That is the sad outcome for this mess, Oh and yeah the kid? Will probably collect a few bucks herself along with some therapy time for the shrinks… after the dust clears, the dog is still dead, the kid has this memory in their head for life and the cops, well they will continue to do as they always do. over step their authority.

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 6:00pm

    The FBI says it can’t find anything to suggest the videos exist, and says it would be “unreasonably burdensome” to do a search that would take a single staff person more than 18 months to conduct. REALLY THIS IS YOUR REASON???? This question deserves a much more thoughtful response that given here by the FBI. Every effort in the world should be extended to this guy seeking the truth. I guess what he is saying is the same as a lot of citizens have been saying for a long time “Government, We don’t Believe you”, gone are the days where the government can refuse to answers the question of the people…. This issue deserves justice, even if that means appointing some other Agency in charge of finding those answers.. If people in government could be fired like they are here in the private sector over things like this, maybe then we could get some straight answers.

  • [3] July 26, 2014 at 11:58am

    So what happened to the gun? Why did the police take the gun in the first place? It was not used in a crime so what reason would a cop have to take the gun? I would think that people are protected under the 4th and as such these cops shoud have never entered the room without a warrant because the hotel staff had already secured the dogs and contacted the owners thus cops were not needed. I person who said the were threatened with gun I think is just one of those scared whinners we all know about and lied, I hope these people sue the hotel and the cops for some really big cash, sounds like bothe the hotel and the cops need to be taught about out constitutional rights.

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  • [2] July 26, 2014 at 11:44am

    it was very apparent that this officer assaulted this guy, physically and verbally . The sad truth is the LEO will remain on the force and be allowed to do this to someone else. Despite the fact he should be fired, the bleedy hearts will allow this thug to remain on the force. This is very sad, since an event of less value than this would put the average citizen in jail and prosecuted. I think LEO is a good thing, but today”s LEO’s are Para-MIlitary and very agrressive, two combinations which will if not controlled now will result in far damaging consequences in the future. We as citizens need to know that officers who abuse their authority are stripped of the the right to own or carry a weapon and have be fired for life from every being in law enforcement. anything less is just a cover up.

  • [2] July 11, 2014 at 11:30am

    Hate to say it but at the rate we lock people up in this nation this is coming to a neighborhood near you real soon.

  • [1] July 11, 2014 at 11:25am

    The cuts are needed, but instead of cutting jobs, how about reducing the bloated salaries? If you look at “civil service” jobs these people chose to make their careers in this sector knowing the pay is not the best, however through time we see these jobs are paying far greater than the average non government jobs. Lower the salaries, cut out over time and reduce the loads of benifits and lesson your general fund like any other business. But instead they make a big deal out of using the SCARE TACTICS of firing police so they can raise taxes or get grants to keep their high paying jobs.. Every citizen already know the police are not there to protect but to report and apprehend. If the cops were there to protect as they say, there wouldnt be any crime anywhere if they were doing there jobs. So lets look at this for what it is. LOWEVER WAGES LESS BENIFITS FOR ALL CIVIL EMPLOYEES.

  • [6] July 9, 2014 at 5:53pm

    The sad thing here is the part where the officer was overly suspicious. Cops are trained to search anything and everything and to collect data on everyone they come in contact with. This is just not right. The driver was pulled over, yet the office sought ID’s on everyone, why? Were the passengers doing something wrong? I think we have gone too far with the invasion of a person’s privacy when it comes to cops, they seem to be able to bend twist and in many case go against the rights afforded a US Citizens all out of fear. A fear I might add that is constantly in their mind and in there training. When you train everyday for war, then your become a warrior, and sadly that is what is happening here. LEO is the US are constantly adding to the firepower, constantly training to control citizens, what training to they have to use their own minds and say, hey, it just a license plate bulb, they are not public enemy # 1 for this bulb. There was not need to ID the passengers as they had nothing to do with it. so yes this cop exceeded his authority and should be repremanded for his actions.

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  • [2] July 9, 2014 at 12:10pm

    there is more to this story after seeing video

  • [1] July 9, 2014 at 12:04pm

    Thats all? Really? This thug took hundreds of thousands, made money off the free granite and swindle all the citizens of the city, and they let him off with 10 years? That is not right

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  • [1] July 8, 2014 at 9:27am

    omg! Racist are you kidding me. If your one of those who think this is racist, shame on you. If the company does not want people wearing certain items in their establishment then that is there right to do so. The old worn out cry of racism is kept alive by mostly the black folks in this country. Why? I will leave that up to you to decide, for me its because they have been handed too, given too and taken care of. If a person wished to succeed all they have to do is apply themselves, the only reason they dont succeed is not the color of their skin but the lack of education, willingness and the desire to succeed. I for one an tired of people crying racism, this company has a right and the people who choose to dress like thugs can just go somewhere else.

  • [1] July 3, 2014 at 10:18am

    The sad thing here is that the citizen review allowed this guy to remain on the force. Obviously they drank the koolaide. The office showed ZERO compassion for the man in the chair and did not even try to allow room for him. Instead he struck out with enough force to knock this handicapped citizen to the ground. What is wrong with the folks who allowed him to remain on the force? What next is this cop going to slam a child to the ground or some little old lady? Zero Tolerance on officer abuse …. ZERO

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  • [1] June 18, 2014 at 9:18am

    LEO’s once again show how they beleive they can do what they wnat when they want to anyone and everyone. THE LEO said ” “Our sobriety checkpoint is all about educating the public,” an officer claims on the video. “And we need them to come through the checkpoint to educate them.”.
    Now lets look at this, we need to them to come through to educate them? Really? Now LEO’s think they can pull people over and “educate” them, forcing someone to listen to what LEO’s want? I think not.
    Bottom line here, LEO make things worse by issuing the ticket, they should have left the sign and the man alone, he was doing nothing wrong. Now the LEO’s on the other hand showed a lack or profesionalism, lack of understanding of the 1st Amendment, abuse of powers in detaining the man to write the ticket. LEO’s like this need to be fired. Sounded more like whiners than LEO’s.

  • June 18, 2014 at 9:07am

    Well we had a meeting here in America some 200 plus years ago, and in that meeting the resolution came to pass called the 2nd Amend. Now for those of you who do not understand or who may have drank too much of the koolaide, this means NO. No one is to be denied the right to own or carry a weapon, it means NO government shall enact laws restricting the right to own or carry. Thousands upon thousands have paid the ulitmate sacrifice in defense of this resolution and still today people defend this right. The UN can meet all they want to discuss guns, I truly do not care, HOWEVER if they think they will enter my country with there “laws” and take away my right to own or carry then I too may become one of those thousands upon thousands. You see the Constitution still means something to me, even though our government over the years have allowed it to be manipulated and twisted with some of the Supreme Court desicions, I beleive in the basic fundementals of the Constitution and years ago , even though I am not longer a member of the Armed Forces, I took and oath to defend this nation against emenies both foreign and domestic, an oath to this day I support. So go ahead and have your meetings, stoke up the timid and the weak to hear their fears to use as a venue to try and restrict guns, because that is all you are doing, giving the whiners and dog and pony show. Americans need to be able to protect themselves and those whiners who are to afraid to do it for themselves. Not the UN

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