Since: Aug 12
#150 Dec 29, 2012
#151 Dec 29, 2012
LOL! You wouldn't want women not to be accountable for their behavior, would you, BlkSelenaGomez???
Surely you believe that women are intelligent enough to realize that they too have a responsibility in the relationship!(i.e not to provoke, scold, argue, betray, cheat, emasculate, disrespect their husband, etc).
#153 Dec 29, 2012
That's funny because the last time that I checked, only God will judge the person.
The spiritual person is to judge all things but only God will judge the person.
If you understood anything about domestic violence, it's often a learned behavior and it's used to control the woman. The slightest thing can set a batterer off.
Stay celibate because God help any woman who you believe deserves you judging her and potentially battering her. Because clearly you condone it and blame the woman. Why don't you go spend some time at a support group for battered women and spread your words of wisdom. I'm sure you'll get a warm response as they kick you to the curb.
As it's been said, a monster doesn't look like a monster and it isn't until much later that the abuse begins. Unless one knows how to spot the red flags, the woman is caught up in what's considered to be a domestic violence syndrome. The most dangerous time being when the woman attempts to leave. And there have been Police Officers lost in the line of duty when they respond to domestics and why generally more than one or two Officers respond to them.
"MILWAUKEE A suburban Milwaukee police officer was found shot and killed on Christmas Eve a couple of hours after a police dispatcher tried unsuccessfully to reach her, and authorities said they were investigating the case as a homicide.
A dispatcher tried to reach Officer Jennifer Lynn Sebena, 30, for a call about 3 a.m. Monday, but she didn't respond, Wauwatosa Lt. Gerald Witkowski said. Officers began looking for her and found her dead with several gunshot wounds about 5 a.m., he said. He didn't know if she was found inside or outside her squad car or whether she tried to defend herself.
Investigators have no suspects, and Witkowski urged witnesses to come forward.
"Our hearts are really heavy," he said. "You just can't believe something like this occurs."
Sebena graduated from Milwaukee Area Technical College's police academy, he said. She started solo work with the police department in Wauwatosa, a city of about 46,000 people just west of Milwaukee, in July and ended her probationary period in November. Witkowski said he's the field training coordinator and worked with her when she went through the department's program and even went to her graduation.
"Great person. Great officer," he said. "This is just an unbelievable act that has touched everybody at the department, especially at this time."
He said Sebena was married but he didn't know if she had children.
Witkowski didn't have details on the call that prompted dispatchers to try to reach Sebena or whether it could be related to her death. He said he didn't think there was a safety risk to the local residents.
"What a tragic day for our community and our hearts go out to Officer Sebena's family," Wauwatosa Mayor Kathy Ehley said.
Ehley said the city was grateful for the response of so many other communities who sent officers to help, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
The state Justice Department's criminal investigation unit is helping in the investigation."
(Her husband was jealous of his wife spending time with other men and fired five bullets into his wife's head. Ya think that maybe as an Officer, she just might be around other men, Police Officers/and the public? I trust the sh*t bag rots in h*ll.)
#154 Dec 29, 2012
"During the interview, Ben Sebena "stated that he had been jealous of other men with regards to his wife," the complaint said.
Jennifer Sebena told a colleague earlier this month that her husband had acted violently toward her and put a gun to her head, prosecutors said.
Ben Sebena told detectives that he stalked his wife for several days while she was patrolling the streets of the Milwaukee suburb where she was a police officer, then ambushed her in the early hours of Christmas Eve and killed her, according to prosecutors."
"Ben Sebena told investigators he had been stalking his wife for a few days. He said he waited a few hours near the fire department where officers often take breaks, and when he saw her squad car he opened fire. He said she reached for her weapon and he took it from her holster, and then shot her repeatedly in the face.Benjamin Sebena stated that he wanted to make sure she was dead so she wouldn't suffer."
#155 Dec 29, 2012
O.J Simpson never beat his FIRST wife...a GOOD woman!
Spare me the Jerry Springer, Oprah, Maury bullsh*t philosophy!
No Reports of Violence By Simpson's First Wife
Although violent emotional storms were part of O. J. Simpson's second marriage, that kind of turbulence was not seen in his first marriage, to his high school sweetheart, according to court records and a former lawyer for his first wife.
Mr. Simpson married Marguerite L. Whitley on June 24, 1967, in San Francisco, their hometown, when he was 19 and she was 18. They had three children. A lawyer who represented Mrs. Simpson when the couple divorced in 1979 said he was not aware of any violence in that marriage.
"You don't find anything that was comparable in any way to what we now know happened later," said the lawyer, Harry F. Fain. "There's nothing in the record, and nothing at all ever came to my attention. He was just a jovial happy man. He was as normal as anybody."
O. J. and Marguerite Simpson, who sometimes spells her name with a "q" instead of a "g," lived in Amherst, a suburb of Buffalo, after he started playing for the Buffalo Bills in 1969. Chief John B. Askey of the local police said his department had never received reports of domestic abuse at the Simpson home.
Trouble Started Early
After the couple moved to California in 1977, according to records related to the divorce, Mr. Simpson once accused his first wife of threatening him with physical force. On June 30, 1980, after the divorce, Mrs. Simpson refused to move out of their Brentwood home, according to court filings by Mr. Simpson's lawyer. She "threatened him with physical abuse, libel and slander and to call the police," according to the records, which involved a dispute about the financial settlement.
The marriage faltered early, with temporary separations starting in early 1970. Records do not indicate what the disputes were about. In 1973, Mrs. Simpson asked her lawyer to start divorce proceedings, which were soon called off.
Mr. Fain said the marriage had become more troubled as Mr. Simpson had become more of a celebrity. "She lent an element of stability to him -- mother, homemaker, things like that," the lawyer said. "Then he becomes a celebrity and the marriage begins to fail."
The couple often told interviewers that Mr. Simpson wanted his wife to play a traditional role, caring for the house and children.
Mr. Simpson's court petition for divorce showed that the couple's final separation came in 1978, six days before the first birthday of their third child, a girl named Aaren. The year before, Mr. Simpson had met Nicole Brown, who was to become his second wife. He has been charged with murdering her but has pleaded not guilty.
Divorce and a Death
The Simpsons' divorce became final in 1979. In the same year, Aaren accidentally drowned.
In the years after the divorce, Mr. Simpson's first wife accused him of not fulfilling his financial obligations. She had no fewer than seven lawyers in seven years. In 1981, she sued Mr. Simpson for failing to pay $26,000 that she said she was owed as part of the divorce settlement. The claim was eventually settled.
Some womens BAD BEHAVIOR just brings out the WORST in a man!
#156 Dec 29, 2012
Then why did he divorce his first wife? It sounds like to me that OJ was a dead beat who didn't meet his financial obligations and who his first wife had to go so far as to take him to court. He's stellar example of a man with character isn't he. He stiffed his first wife and then beat the tar out of his second one. Plain and simply, he's a sh*t bag. No more and no less.
#157 Dec 29, 2012
Like most adulterers, he was a fool!
The STRONGEST and WISEST of men have been taken down by a woman!
From O.J Simpson to Sampson, it's all in the game.
#158 Dec 29, 2012
*And of course the disputes don't state what they were about re his first marriage and on once instance, she felt the need to summon the Police. But didn't. It's all his first wife's fault and just like it was Nicole's. Poor poor OJ. That nice man that was the darling of the NFL and the media. It sounds like to me that his behavior escalated and when Nicole finally decided to leave, after repeatedly being battered, he murdered her and Ron Goldman in a manner that can only be described as overkill and it being very up close and personal. Nicole had nearly been decapitated. He couldn't contain his rage when his ego was threatened in that he could not control Nicole any longer. There being case after case serving as proof that when the woman finally leaves, it can prove to be deadly.
#159 Dec 29, 2012
*Or should I say, when she attempts to leave as well.
#160 Dec 29, 2012
Domestic disturbance calls: Always dangerous and sometimes deadly
"When a woman called the Beaufort County (SC) Sheriff's Office on January 8, 2002, to say that her friend was being held by a man against her will, Lance Corporal Dana L. Tate, Sr. and Corporal Dyke "A.J." Coursen raced to the scene. The woman who placed the call said later, "I told them my friend needed help."
The woman inside the home, Kimberly Blake, had been physically abused by the man who had fathered her child. When Deputies Tate, 43, and Coursen, 35, arrived on the scene, the man hid in a bedroom closet with a high-powered SKS assault rifle. As they searched the bedroom, Deputies Tate and Coursen were each shot multiple times and killed. The man briefly escaped, but was soon found and ultimately sentenced to death small consolation to the families of Deputies Tate and Coursen.
Beaufort County Sheriff P. J. Tanner reflected on the loss of his two deputies, saying, "These officers meant everything to this department, to the citizens of this county. They paid the ultimate price." He added, "A domestic call is probably the worst call an officer can get because emotions run so high."
The records of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) tend to support Sheriff Tanner's assertion about the dangers associated with domestic disturbance calls. Since 1855, when New Haven, Connecticut Night Watchman Thomas Cummins became the first officer ever to be killed on a domestic disturbance call, 546 other officers in the United States have suffered the same tragic fate.
Most recently, on September 8, 2007, three Odessa (TX) police officers were shot and killed when responding to a domestic violence call where a woman had reported being hit by her drunken husband. Corporals Arlie Jones, Scott Gardner and Abel Marquez were attempting to gain entry into the home when the suspect opened fire, killing Corporals Jones and Gardner. Corporal Marquez was critically wounded and he succumbed to his injuries four days later.
A look at the FBI's report on law enforcement officers assaulted and killed confirms the fact that no assignment poses more uncertainty and danger to an officer than a domestic disturbance call. More officers by far are assaulted or injured during domestic disturbance calls than any other circumstance. In 2005, 30 percent (17,534) of the 57,546 assaults on law officers occurred during disturbance calls, according to the FBI. The next highest category, "attempting other arrests," resulted in only 17 percent (9,602) of total assaults against officers.
In addition to the highly emotional state of the crime victim and assailant in domestic violence situations, alcohol or drugs are also often involved. In fact, of the 547 officers killed during domestic disturbance calls throughout history, alcohol and/or drugs were a contributing factor in more than one-third of those cases. One of those cases involved the shooting death of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Sergeant Henry Prendes, 37. On February 1, 2006, Sergeant Prendes responded to a residence where a man was accused of beating his girlfriend with a stick. Sergeant Prendes was the first officer to arrive on the scene and he was shot and killed by a man on drugs, armed with an assault rifle. The man would fire more than 50 rounds at Sergeant Prendes and other arriving officers before he was finally shot and killed.
#161 Dec 29, 2012
"On February 11, 2002, New York State Trooper Lawrence P. Gleason, 28, responded to a domestic disturbance call and was interviewing the female who filed the complaint when the suspect arrived at the residence and killed Trooper Gleason with a high-powered assault rifle. He then murdered the woman, before committing suicide.
During the early morning hours of November 13, 2005, Dallas Police Officer Brian H. Jackson, 28, responded to a domestic disturbance call at a local residence. The suspect had threatened his ex-girlfriend and fired a handgun inside the home. When Officer Jackson arrived on the scene the suspect fled and hid in a dark alley. As Officer Jackson approached, he was shot and killed.
Oxnard (CA) Police Officer John Adair was on patrol on October 7, 1980, when he received a domestic disturbance call. His wife was in the car with him as a "civilian ride-along." When he arrived on the scene, he left his wife in his patrol car and walked up to the house. While Officer Adair was speaking with a woman outside her front door, the woman's husband suddenly emerged from the house brandishing a handgun. The man started shooting immediately, striking Officer Adair, who along with his partner returned the fire, killing the suspect. John Adair died soon after and his wife witnessed the entire incident from her seat in the squad car.
When asked to comment on the case a couple of years later, Meridian Deputy Chief Steve Thomas said, "Domestic disturbances have always been and still are the most potentially dangerous call for a police officer.""
Since: Jan 08
Los Angeles, CA.
#162 Dec 29, 2012
It was his ex-wife, she then released it to the media. LOL That's some cold shyt!
#163 Dec 29, 2012
I can post JUST AS MANY reports about MEN and CHILDREN being BEATEN and KILLED by a WOMAN!!!!!
You're doing nothing more than posting FEMINIST PROPAGANDA that FALSELY portrays women as the "innocent victims" and BLAMES THE MAN!!!!
You're a FOOL!!!!!!
Vegas police investigate discovery of girl's body
Updated 6:27 pm, Thursday, December 27, 2012
NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev.(AP) Police investigating the week-old disappearance of a 10-year-old Las Vegas girl said Thursday they think they found the child's body in an undeveloped housing tract in North Las Vegas.
Authorities couldn't immediately confirm the body was Jade Morris pending positive identification and notification of family members by the Clark County coroner, Las Vegas police homicide Capt. Chris Jones said.
But, "I can tell you that the likelihood is that this is our victim," Jones said.
He also said that the body belongs to a black girl.
Coroner Michael Murphy said he did not expect positive identification until Friday.
Jade was last seen by her family at about 5 p.m. Dec. 21 when Brenda Stokes picked her up for a shopping outing, police said. Police said Stokes was a trusted friend of the girl's father, and family members have told reporters that the two dated for several years.
Stokes, who also uses the name Brenda Wilson, was later arrested after she was accused of slashing a co-worker with razor blades at the Bellagio resort casino.
Stokes, 50, is now in jail and Jones said she has not cooperated in the investigation about the girl's whereabouts.
A passer-by called 911 about noon Thursday, and North Las Vegas police found a girl's body in unkempt brush near palm trees in a small traffic circle near Dorrell Lane and North 5th Street.
The location is a short distance from the northern 215 Beltway and about 10 miles from the downtown Las Vegas outlet mall off Interstate 15 where Stokes was to have taken the girl shopping.
Attempts by The Associated Press to reach family members on Thursday were unsuccessful.
Stokes picked up the girl about 5 p.m., and two hours later returned to another friend the red 2007 Saab sedan that she borrowed for the shopping trip, Jones said.
Later, Stokes got a ride with a friend to the Bellagio resort on the Las Vegas Strip, where she was arrested after allegedly attacking a female co-worker, Joyce Rhone, with a razor in each hand as Rhone dealt blackjack about 9:30 p.m.
Rhone, 44, was hospitalized with deep cuts on her face, including one from her ear to the edge of her mouth. A police arrest report said Rhone also had several smaller cuts around her right eye.
Records show that Stokes was being held Thursday on $60,000 bail at the Clark County jail on felony battery with a weapon, burglary and mayhem charges that could get her decades in prison.
She told a judge Wednesday that she had not obtained a lawyer. She was due again in Las Vegas Justice Court on Friday.
The arrest report says casino video shows Stokes attacking Rhone before a casino patron and security officers intervene. Officer Marcus Martin said the video is evidence that may be shown by prosecutors in court but will not be made public by police.
Police said Stokes later told investigators that she attacked Rhone over harassing phone calls and an unspecified betrayal that ended their seven-year friendship.
Stokes also told police she visited her doctor last week, seeking to be admitted to a hospital "due to feeling like she wanted to hurt someone.
She is reported to have told investigators she hadn't taken a prescription anti-anxiety drug on Friday, and that, "Sometimes people just snap."
The 10 Year Old Victim, Jade Morris
#164 Dec 29, 2012
I posted that article to show that some women are nothing less than the DEVIL HIMSELF!!!!!
Any fool dumb enough to keep them is likely also dumb enough to put his FOOT in their ass!
#165 Dec 29, 2012
He only has himself to blame, he acted of his own freewill, and unfortunately, an innocent person was also murdered, or should I say slaughtered, by him as well. Someone who was simply trying to do the right thing and wound up at the wrong place at the wrong time. He wasn't a fool, he was a selfish person who only cares about himself. If his wife was a good woman, it just goes to illustrate that not all women who wind up with bad men are bad. But as in OJ's case, his true colors finally surfaced and as evidenced by his infidelity and betrayal of his wife. He didn't have to beat her to abuse her in that abuse/the dynamics of domestic violence isn't a one size fits all.
And after doing his first wife wrong, she had to take him to court to collect her divorce settlement in full.
He's right where he belongs, in jail, and where he can't hurt another person.
#166 Dec 29, 2012
The Bible says it best.
Ron Goldman's father, being Jewish, apparently didn't teach his son about that:
Proverbs 6:23 For the commandment is a lamp; and the law is light; and reproofs of instruction are the way of life:
24 To keep thee from the EVIL woman, from the flattery of the tongue of a strange woman.
25 Lust not after her beauty in thine heart; neither let her take thee with her eyelids.
26 For by means of a WHORISH woman a man is brought to a piece of bread: and the adulteress(cheating or divorced wife) will hunt for the precious life.
27 Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned?
28 Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned?
29 So he that goeth in to his neighbour's wife; whosoever toucheth her shall not be innocent.
30 Men do not despise a thief, if he steal to satisfy his soul when he is hungry;
31 But if he be found, he shall restore sevenfold; he shall give all the substance of his house.
32 But whoso committeth adultery with a (married or divorced) woman lacketh understanding: he that doeth it destroyeth his own soul.
33 A WOUND and dishonour shall he get; and his reproach shall not be wiped away.
34 For jealousy is the RAGE of a man: therefore he will not spare in the day of vengeance.
35 He will not regard any ransom; neither will he rest content, though thou givest many gifts.
The Word of God
Dueteronomy 22:22 If a man be found lying with a woman MARRIED TO AN HUSBAND, then they shall both of them die, both the man that lay with the woman, and the woman: so shalt thou put away evil from Israel.
Leviticus 20:10 And the man that committeth adultery with ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE, even he that committeth adultery with his neighbour's wife, the adulterer and the adulteress shall surely be put to death.
#167 Dec 29, 2012
Propaganda to push feminist views?
The person who wrote that was in Law Enforcement. It was hardly written to pprtray women as innocent victims but please do get it straight and in that those who took the lives of those Officers during domestics are plain and simply, sh*t bags that I trust rot in hell. Those men were hardly victims and I hate to tell ya, if they would kill the responding Officers, then I can only imagine what their wives/gf's endured at the hands of those, dirt balls.
My best advice would be to seek psych services for your "issues" with women in that clearly you have a problem.
So save you BS for another person who is naive enough to fall for it.
#168 Dec 29, 2012
That's nice, thanks for sharing, but I didn't bother wasting my time reading it, fckwit.
#169 Dec 29, 2012
"Life is full of choices. Choose wisely."
#170 Dec 29, 2012
I agree with you one hundred percent, it is obvious Frank is a total fckwit.
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