User Profile: TRILO

TRILO

Member Since: April 12, 2011

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  • [6] May 24, 2015 at 12:04pm

    Journalism is officially dead in this country. The whole purpose of a journalist is to REAEARCH the story and that includes reading or listening to long speeches and finding out on their own as to what the acronyms mean. Now they need the communist Ted Turner and Reuters to teach them.

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  • May 23, 2015 at 10:25pm

    So now running from the police is a justifiable use of force and use of a deadly weapon. You can not argue the car was a weapon as it was moving AWAY from them, NOT towards them.

  • [1] May 23, 2015 at 10:19pm

    So pi$$ing off the cops is now some form of justifiable street justice. So now cops can be judge, jury and executioner? Wow, since when was that an acceptable form of justice? I guess you feel just like the politicians in DC,to hell with the constitution it is old and antiquated. It is a sad day indeed when you are now guilty by virtue of pi$$ing off the cops.

  • May 23, 2015 at 10:13pm

    From what was reportd in this story this was a miscarriage of justice. I am sick and tired of police getting a free pass. I’m sick and tired of them claiming they have a dangerous job as their excuse. These people get shot to death like they were Bonnie and Clyde because their car backfired and they did not stop when pursued! If the officer is question was standing on the damn hood of the car how in the hell could they even have gotten out?

    According to the BLS police or firemen are not even in the top ten deadliest jobs. In 2013 More FARMERS (223) and more CONSTRUCTION WORKERS (215) died on the job then police! Logging is the deadliest.

    In 2013 -768 people killed by law enforcement / officer deaths – 107
    In 2014- 1100 people killed by law enforcement/ officer deaths – 117
    First four months of 2015- 392 killed by law enforcement
    Officer death average per year = 149; 59930 assaults ( includes everything from pushing to an assault with a weapon) per year; 15,404 injuries per year. In 2013 there were 477,000 local sworn personnel.

    The notion that this distrust is in the black community only is hogwash. The vast majority of older kids I know regardless of race have little, if any, respect for the police.

    Since 911 the citizens of this country are now considered suspects at every level of law enforcement.

    Just yesterday a DWI enforcement officer in my community was randomly pulling people over at 4:30 in the afternoon. With no probable cause or no check point.

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  • [4] May 22, 2015 at 9:18pm

    Absolutely disgraceful. The lying and corruption from the administration and the army brass has worked its evil down to the rank and file.

    Insure hope he and his lying wife get a real heavy dose of karma.

  • [4] May 21, 2015 at 7:58pm

    Relax. A grand jury indictment is not a conviction. All it means is there is probable cause that a crime took place. Just hope that their attorney gets a change of venue.

  • May 21, 2015 at 7:52pm

    So someone is going to go get finger prints off of a dead man in order to switch knives?

  • [4] May 21, 2015 at 3:36pm

    So congress purposely writes and passes a vague and unconstitutional law and now we must wait for them to extend it? Their ability to extend it stops at the limits set forth in the CONSTITUTION! PERIOD!
    At EVERY level of government we the people have been turned into suspects instead of citizens. An AMERICAN CITIZEN should not have to expect every level of their personal space to be confiscated by the government. Whether it is walking down a city street, doing our purchases on line, our banking records,me-mails or our cell phone calls or texts.
    The American sheeple had better wake up because slavery is alive and well in the once free USA. Our government is enslaving all of us, whether you are black, white or purple. Just wait until they take away your cash and force you into digital currency. Soon we will all have a picture of our “dear leader” on our walls as the government intercom systems being piped in through your cell phone or tv screen give you your instructions for the day. Sound too far fetched? 15 years ago so did most of the horrific things and corruption going on in the world today seem too far fetched.
    I think 1984 was just 30 years ahead of its time.

  • [2] May 20, 2015 at 2:20pm

    That was a rather bigoted statement.

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  • [2] May 20, 2015 at 2:19pm

    As they utter their last words “oh God please …” As they fall a victim to violent crime. Sadly those pleas usually do not work whereas a strategically placed 9mm bullet works much better.
    I say let them be fools and rely on the police to come to their rescue only to have the police show up late.

  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 7:50am

    BFD! Just another dog and pony show. I think I am still waiting for the results from the Fast and Furious gun running scandal, the IRS scandal, the VA scandal, the LIBOR scandal, the immigration scandal, the Clinton email scandal, etc. NOTHING ever comes out of these committee hearings which in my mind is a bigger scandal than the ones they are supposedly “investigating”. So now we are all to believe they will solve anything on Benghazi? Too many republicans involved in the scandal for this one to go anywhere.
    The republicans are useless.

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  • May 19, 2015 at 4:06pm

    His parents admitted he has been having behavioral issues. I would say that there have been more issues than a “food” fight. Are you condoning his behaviors?

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  • [1] May 19, 2015 at 4:01pm

    It is parents like this woman that create spoiled rotten brats. Your kids with behavioral issues can be a danger to themselves, their classmate or teachers. I work in a youth detention facility and I see kids like this all of the time. They can’t get their ways so they start throwing things, yelling and become down right disruption. Because the damn government says schools must accommodate these kids with behavior issues they must have a safe place to let them calm down.
    This crybaby mother admits that her son has behavior issues. Then she goes on to whine that there are no chairs in the safe room. Well no sh-t Sherlock, chairs can be thrown, chair legs can become weapons. I’ve seen kids destroy safety glass with their leg shackles. Imagine what damage a kid could do with a chair. Then she declares that there are no snacks or exercise and it is too cold. Well Boo freakin hoo, I hate to tell you this is no resort. It is punishment. It is a safe place for a child to calm down. This is just a novel idea… Your kid gets into trouble so let’s send him to a room where he can have a recliner, his favorite snack,play w/a Wii and cuddle with his special blanket
    Here is a recommendation for these crybaby parents…tell your child that he should behave and not throw food at school then he would not get sent to the safe room or the “focus”‘room!
    The only thing I would side on with these parents is that the school should have informed them of when he has been sent to the room

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  • [5] May 19, 2015 at 7:39am

    The corruption of morales has permitted the catholic faith. I guess they can add this to the growing list of grievances I have with the church. Now they have professors teaching their students to idolize cop killers in their sexual and gender center. In a catholic university one would think that they would promote the church doctrine of abstinence in both sexual encounters and murder, including police.

    However, nothing can out do the Pope claiming through a formal treaty that Palestine is now a recognized state. Hamas and Abbas have certainly expanded on this by saying Palestine will reach to the sea, effectively wiping out Israel. Right after the pope was promoting global climate change and socialism.

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  • [2] May 19, 2015 at 12:04am

    Wha a sweet and touching story. Children are so free of prejudice and judgement. What a great mother who honored his compassion and allowed him to help a person in need. Even the most devout can turn their back on people in need because politicians have turned people against each other or they have been conditioned to think the government will take care of the homeless and destitute.

    You can certainly tell the character of a person by how they help the weak and those in need and how they treat animals.

    Again, what a sweet sweet young boy.

  • May 18, 2015 at 11:53pm

    Great, he is a gracious loser. It is admirable that he is a devoutly religious and family man. The reason a republican is not in office is because the status quo elites picked another go along to get along candidate who could not separate himself from his opponent. They are on the same damn path again which will lead to Hillary becoming the next president. The media and elites keep pushing Romney and his opinions and all this is going to do is influence the low information republican voters.

    He just needs to go away. I do not care what he has to say.

  • [-2] May 17, 2015 at 8:51pm

    So my first question is why was this place not shut down for the time being knowing full well that the gangs were going to meet there? To have stayed open put innocent people and employees in danger. Having only 12 officers and a few state troopers on hand to deal with 20-30-or more armed biker gang members seems a little bit ridiculous. I guess they all thought they were Rambo? If they really wanted to send a message then law enforcement would have far out numbered the gang members. The city of Waco is damn lucky no innocent bystander was killed.

    I just do not know what to think of law enforcement at any level these days. We have massive survellience of innocent citizens for no other purpose than they can yet police and others know of potential terrorists and gangs yet they do nothing or make a half @ss attempt. Worse yet agencies like the FBI and CIA entrap and encourage many of their unwitting subjects that they “apprehend”. All the while terrorists like the Boston bombers or the Gardner TX terrorists get a free pass.

    Something is rotten in Denmark as the saying goes.,

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  • [12] May 17, 2015 at 5:45pm

    I have to say that I agree with Rand Paul in that Iraq was safer under Saddam Hussein then today.

    What an absolute waste of American blood, sweat, tax money and lives!!!

    The globalists and the former members of the Rand Corporation, like Bush, Obama, Bill Kristol, McCain, et al sure got it wrong. Destabilizing the Middle East to put in puppet regimes sympathetic to the US and against Iran sure has backfired.

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  • [3] May 17, 2015 at 10:35am

    What an absolute disgrace. To joke about anyone’s death or injury is in extreme poor taste.

  • [9] May 15, 2015 at 8:09pm

    What a bunch of dangerous BS.

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