5 Summit County Deputies Indicted

5 Summit County Deputies Indicted

There are 190 comments on the The Daily Record story from Sep 8, 2007, titled 5 Summit County Deputies Indicted. In it, The Daily Record reports that:

They were indicted for the death of an imate last year. Mark D. McCullaugh Jr., 28, of Akron died Aug.

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#73 Dec 28, 2010
hunky77 wrote:
<quoted text> Oh boy now the shit will hit the fighter in her stalking obsessive face.
Let's see. Norene resurrects a thread that has been dormant for 4 months and you call FTFB4 a stalker and obsessive. Hmmmmmm.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#74 Dec 28, 2010
20 police surround, slam, arrest unarmed man
December 28, 2010



Twenty police officers surged into a mobile home neighborhood in Lincoln, Neb., and slammed an unarmed man to the ground because a neighbor reported he was shooting a crossbow, and the resulting melee left two officers hurt, the man’s wife and 4-year-old tossed out of their home and the Internet forum pages aglow with the flames of argument over weapons rights.

“Why the need for 20 cops? What’s with America and overcompensation through excessive force?” wrote one participant at Fark.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#75 Dec 28, 2010
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Man accused of shoplifting dies while in Portage jail: Police chief says use of Taser not to blame
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Dave O'Brien
November 14, 2010
By Dave O’Brien | Staff Writer
Authorities are investigating the death of a 32-year-old inmate at the Portage County jail. One question that has arisen is whether the Brimfield Police Department’s use of an electronic Taser stun gun had anything to do with his death.
Portage County Sheriff David Doak said detectives are working on a report of the death of Mark D. Shaver, who died Nov. 5, less than 72 hours after he was arrested and charged with stealing electronics from the Brimfield Walmart.
An investigation by sheriff’s detective Lt. Greg Johnson was not complete as of Friday, Doak said. Further investigation will include the examination of Shaver’s medical records, he said. A final autopsy report by the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office will not be ready for several weeks.
Shaver had been in the jail since 6:30 a.m. Nov. 2 and was being held in lieu of $1,000 bond when, at about 12:45 p.m. Nov. 4, a corrections officer found him unresponsive in his cell, Doak said.
Corrections officers performed CPR on Shaver prior to the arrival of an ambulance. Shaver was alive when he left the jail and paramedics took him to Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna, Doak said. Shaver was later transferred to Akron City Hospital, where he died.
Shaver and Stephanie L. Eikelberry, 29 of Kent, were arrested Nov. 2 after allegedly pocketing $990 in DVDs and video games from the Brimfield Walmart on Tallmadge Road.
When confronted, Shaver fled from loss prevention officers. Eikelberry stayed behind with her 6-year-old son and was arrested on a felony theft charge.
A Brimfield police K-9 tracked Shaver for two miles before cornering him in a wooded area. Brimfield polce say that when Shaver refused to comply with commands to show his hands, an officer shot him with a Taser, which shoots two barbed wires into the target and delivers an electric shock.
The Taser used by Brimfield police is used by many police departments as a less-than-lethal weapon in their arsenal to stun violent or combative suspects so they can be restrained and arrested.
Brimfield Police Chief David Blough said he feels “absolutely horrible” for Shaver’s family, but does not believe the Taser is responsible.
“I don’t even think (the Taser) is relevant,” he said.
Blough, who has been struck with a Taser as part of training in the device’s use, said his officer acted appropriately under the circumstances.
“It’s 3:30 in the morning in the middle of the woods, very dark, and we’re dealing with a subject who has warrants for his arrest,” Blough said.
Several police agencies were on the scene when Shaver was cornered in the woods. Responding officers said Shaver had his hands either in his pockets or near his waistband and “wouldn’t remove them” after he was ordered to do so, Blough said.
“By every account, my officer yelled ‘Show me your hands’ no less than six times before he made the decision to taser (Shaver),” he said.
Under arrest, Shaver walked out of the woods under his own power to a waiting police car, Blough said. He made no complaints “and showed no signs of any adverse reactions” to the Taser, Blough said.
A Portage County jail inmate who contacted the Record-Courier said Shaver collapsed two hours after the inmate talked to Shaver in the jail lunch line.
Shaver was sick and unable to stand, said the inmate, who asked not to be identified for fear of repercussions while incarcerated.

“I asked him ‘Aren’t they doing anything for you?’ His answer was ‘No,’” the inmate wrote.
Brimfield police are cooperating with the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office investigation into the cause of Shaver’s death.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#76 Dec 28, 2010
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Man accused of shoplifting dies while in Portage jail: Police chief says use of Taser not to blam




By Dave O’Brien | Staff Writer

Authorities are investigating the death of a 32-year-old inmate at the Portage County jail. One question that has arisen is whether the Brimfield Police Department’s use of an electronic Taser stun gun had anything to do with his death.

Portage County Sheriff David Doak said detectives are working on a report of the death of Mark D. Shaver, who died Nov. 5, less than 72 hours after he was arrested and charged with stealing electronics from the Brimfield Walmart.

An investigation by sheriff’s detective Lt. Greg Johnson was not complete as of Friday, Doak said. Further investigation will include the examination of Shaver’s medical records, he said. A final autopsy report by the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office will not be ready for several weeks.

Shaver had been in the jail since 6:30 a.m. Nov. 2 and was being held in lieu of $1,000 bond when, at about 12:45 p.m. Nov. 4, a corrections officer found him unresponsive in his cell, Doak said.

Corrections officers performed CPR on Shaver prior to the arrival of an ambulance. Shaver was alive when he left the jail and paramedics took him to Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna, Doak said. Shaver was later transferred to Akron City Hospital, where he died.

Shaver and Stephanie L. Eikelberry, 29 of Kent, were arrested Nov. 2 after allegedly pocketing $990 in DVDs and video games from the Brimfield Walmart on Tallmadge Road.

When confronted, Shaver fled from loss prevention officers. Eikelberry stayed behind with her 6-year-old son and was arrested on a felony theft charge.

A Brimfield police K-9 tracked Shaver for two miles before cornering him in a wooded area. Brimfield polce say that when Shaver refused to comply with commands to show his hands, an officer shot him with a Taser, which shoots two barbed wires into the target and delivers an electric shock.

The Taser used by Brimfield police is used by many police departments as a less-than-lethal weapon in their arsenal to stun violent or combative suspects so they can be restrained and arrested.

Brimfield Police Chief David Blough said he feels “absolutely horrible” for Shaver’s family, but does not believe the Taser is responsible.

“I don’t even think (the Taser) is relevant,” he said.

Blough, who has been struck with a Taser as part of training in the device’s use, said his officer acted appropriately under the circumstances.

“It’s 3:30 in the morning in the middle of the woods, very dark, and we’re dealing with a subject who has warrants for his arrest,” Blough said.

Several police agencies were on the scene when Shaver was cornered in the woods. Responding officers said Shaver had his hands either in his pockets or near his waistband and “wouldn’t remove them” after he was ordered to do so, Blough said.

“By every account, my officer yelled ‘Show me your hands’ no less than six times before he made the decision to taser (Shaver),” he said.

Under arrest, Shaver walked out of the woods under his own power to a waiting police car, Blough said. He made no complaints “and showed no signs of any adverse reactions” to the Taser, Blough said.

A Portage County jail inmate who contacted the Record-Courier said Shaver collapsed two hours after the inmate talked to Shaver in the jail lunch line.

Shaver was sick and unable to stand, said the inmate, who asked not to be identified for fear of repercussions while incarcerated.

“I asked him ‘Aren’t they doing anything for you?’ His answer was ‘No,’” the inmate wrote.

Brimfield police are cooperating with the Summit County Medical Examiner’s.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#77 Dec 28, 2010
Taser deaths.....

340. April 24, 2008: Kevin Piskura, 24, Cincinnati, Ohio
341. April 24, 2008: Dewayne Chatt, 39, Memphis, Tennessee
342. April 27, 2008: Paul Thompson, 24, Greensboro, North Carolina
343. April 28, 2008: Jermaine Ward, 28, Jackson, Tennessee
344. May 4, 2008: Joe Kubat, 21, St. Paul, Minnesota
345. May 6, 2008: James S. Wilson, 22, Alton, Missouri
346. May 28, 2008: Ricardo Manuel Abrahams, 44, Woodland, California
347. May 31, 2008: Robert Ingram, 27, Raceland, Louisiana
348. June 5, 2008: Willie Maye, 43, Birmingham, Alabama
349. June 6, 2008: Donovan Graham, 39, Meriden, Connecticut
350. June 8, 2008: Quintrell T. Brannon, 25, Vincennes, Indiana
351. June 9, 2008: Tony Curtis Bradway, 26, Brooklyn, New York
352. June 23, 2008: Jeffrey Marreel, 36, Norfolk, Ontario
353. June 24, 2008: Ernest Graves, 26, Rockford, Illinois
354. June 27, 2008: Nicholas Cody, 27, Dothan, Alabama
355. July 2, 2008: Isaac Bass, 34, Louisville, Kentucky
356. July 4, 2008: Othello Pierre, 23, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
357. July 8, 2008: Samuel DeBoise, 29, St. Louis, Missouri
358. July 8, 2008: Carlos Vargas, 42, San Bernardino, California
359. July 14, 2008: Marion Wilson Jr., 52, Houston, Texas
360. July 14, 2008: Deshoun Keyon Torrence, 18, Long Beach, California
361. July 22, 2008: Michael Langan, 17, Winnipeg, Manitoba
362. July 23, 2008: Richard Smith, 46, Dallas, Texas
363. July 26, 2008: Anthony Davidson, Statesville, 29, North Carolina
364. August 4, 2008: Jerry Jones, 45, Beaumont, Texas
365. August 4, 2008: Andre Thomas, 37, Swissvale, Pennsylvania
366. August 2, 2008: Lawrence Rosenthal, 54, Hemet, California
367. August 10, 2008: Kiethedric Hines, 31, Rockford, Illinois
368. August 15, 2008: Kenneth Oliver, 45, Miami, Florida
369. August 25, 2008: Ronald Adkisson, 59, Creston, Iowa
370. August 29, 2008: Stanley James Harlan, 23, Moberly, Missouri
371. September 3, 2008: Prince Swayzer, 38, San Jose, California
372. September 3, 2008: Andy Tran, 32, Garden Grove, California
373. September 11, 2008: Roney Wilson, 46, Hillsborough, Florida
374. September 17, 2008: Sean Reilly, 42, Mississauga, Ontario
375. September 19, 2008: Gabriel Bitterman, 23, Lincoln, Nebraska
376. September 25, 2008: Iman Morales, 35, New York, New York
377. September 30, 2008: Frank Frachette, 49, Langley, BC
378. October 1, 2008: Jose Anibal Amaro, 45, Orange County, Florida
379. October 18, 2008: Homer Taylor, 39, Chicago, Illinois
380. October 29, 2008: Trevor Grimolfson, 38, Edmonton, Alberta
381. October 31, 2008: Marlon Oliver Acevedo, 35, Riverside, California
382. November 2, 2008: Gordon Walker Bowe, 30, Calgary, Alberta
383. November 3, 2008: Adren Maurice Turner, 44, Mexia, Texas
384. November 10, 2008: Guy James Fernandez, 42, Santa Rosa, California
385. December 3, 2008: Leroy Hughes, 52, Covington, Kentucky
386. December 9, 2008: Quincy Smith, 24, Minneapolis, Minnesota
387. December 19, 2008: Edwin Rodriguez, 26, San Jose, California
388. December 21, 2008: Nathan Vaughn, 39, Santa Rosa, California
389. December 24, 2008: Unidentified man, 46, Houston, Texas
390. January 9, 2009: Derrick Jones, 17, Martinsville, Virginia
391. January 11, 2009: Rodolfo Lepe, 31, Bakersfield, California
392. January 22, 2009: Roger Redden, 52, Soddy Daisy, Tennessee
393. February 2, 2009: Garrett Jones, 45, Stockton, California
394. February 11, 2009: Richard Lua, 28, San Jose, California
395. February 13, 2009: Rudolph Byrd, Age Unknown, Thomas County, Florida
396. February 13, 2009: Michael Jones, 43, Iberia, Louisiana
397. February 14, 2009: Chenard Kierre Winfield, 32, Los Angeles, California
398. February 28, 2009: Robert Lee Welch, 40, Conroe, Texas
399. March 22, 2009: Brett Elder, 15, Bay City, Michigan
400. March 26, 2009: Marcus D. Moore, 40, Freeport, Illinois

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#78 Dec 28, 2010
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
20 police surround, slam, arrest unarmed man
December 28, 2010
Twenty police officers surged into a mobile home neighborhood in Lincoln, Neb., and slammed an unarmed man to the ground because a neighbor reported he was shooting a crossbow, and the resulting melee left two officers hurt, the man’s wife and 4-year-old tossed out of their home and the Internet forum pages aglow with the flames of argument over weapons rights.
“Why the need for 20 cops? What’s with America and overcompensation through excessive force?” wrote one participant at Fark.
What kind of douchebag takes another poster's name in vain, Starry?

I am the Real RU_Kiddingme! Accept no substitutes.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#79 Dec 28, 2010

Struck “FIVE TIMES” with taser gun


Ohio county halts Taser use after death

Chicago Tribune | February 18, 2005

TOLEDO, Ohio -- Police have suspended their use of stun guns after the death of a suspect who had been shocked nine times.

Lucas County Sheriff James Telb said Wednesday that the department will not use Tasers until more safety studies are conducted. He said his officers have used Tasers about a dozen times since the stun guns went into service last year.

Jeffrey Turner, 41, died last month after he was shocked five times by police and four times by guards at the jail. The coroner's office has not released a cause of death.

Telb said no policy violations were committed and no charges would be filed.

Taser International Inc., which makes the stun guns, has said they are among the safest ways to subdue a violent person. A message left at the company's office was not immediately returned Thursday.

Tasers fire metal barbs into a suspect and then deliver an electrical charge of 50,000 volts for a short time.

Last week in Chicago, a 54-year-old man died after a stun gun was used on him by police and a teenager was seriously injured in a separate incident. Police said they would not distribute more Tasers until an investigation was complete but would continue to use the 200 stun guns they already have.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#80 Dec 28, 2010
WEDNESDAY, 1 JULY, 2009

526+ DEAD AFTER TASER USE
UPDATE - July 1, 2009
The total number of people on this list who died after they were tasered has risen dramatically by 18, from a total of 415 yesterday to a revised total of 433 today. This does not mean that 18 people were tasered and died overnight. It is just that I have finally had an opportunity to include the names on our list which have been sent to me by other people.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#81 Dec 28, 2010
Taser Abuse in the United States

‘COPS HAVE BECOME, JUDGE JURY, GOD,
LAW SUITE AFTER LAW SUITE,
WAKE UP AMERICA, GO BACK TO BULLETS.....

Since June 2001, more than 351 individuals in the United States have died after being shocked by police Tasers. Most of those individuals were not carrying a weapon. Amnesty International is concerned that Tasers are being used as tools of routine force -- rather than as an alternative to firearms.

Medical studies so far on the effects of Tasers have either been limited in scope or unduly influenced by the weapons' primary manufacturer. No study has adequately examined the impact of Tasers on potentially at-risk individuals -- people who have medical conditions, take prescription medications, are mentally ill or are under the influence of narcotics. Rigorous, independent, impartial study of their use and effects is urgently needed to determine what role Tasers may have played in the 351 deaths and to determine appropriate guidelines for future Taser use.

Given the unresolved safety concerns, Amnesty International recommends that police departments either suspend the use of Tasers and stun guns pending further safety research or limit their use to situations where officers would otherwise be justified in resorting to firearms.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#82 Dec 28, 2010
“Corruption at it Finest:"
Judge seals videotape in La. Taser death case
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February 03, 2010
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Judge seals videotape in La. Taser death case
Suspect was struck by a 50,000-volt Taser nine times within the space of 14 minutes
By David Fitzpatrick and Drew Griffin
CNN.com
WINNFIELD, Louisiana — A judge has sealed a potentially explosive videotape taken in the aftermath of a racially charged incident in this small central Louisiana town two years ago.
On January 17, 2008, an unarmed man -- wanted on what police said was an outstanding arrest warrant -- was struck by a 50,000-volt Taser nine times within the space of 14 minutes.
The suspect, Baron "Scooter" Pikes, was handcuffed during each separate Taser incident, according to the Winnfield Police Department. The officer who fired the Taser, Scott Nugent, is white. Pikes, who was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital, was black.
CNN's account of the incident in the summer of 2008 relied on interviews at the time with the local parish coroner, the police and an attorney for the family of the victim.
Winn Parish Coroner Dr. Randy Williams told CNN that in his opinion, Nugent had violated every police procedure for using a Taser on a suspect. Moreover, contrary to initial police reports, Williams told CNN that there was no trace of drugs in Pikes' system. The coroner ruled the death a homicide. Subsequently, the officer was fired following a long civil service hearing and is now on trial for manslaughter in Winnfield.
At the time, a lawyer for Nugent, Phillip Terrell, told CNN that his client had, in fact, followed proper procedure and that Pikes was resisting arrest and had fought with Nugent before being struck by the Taser.
The video sealed Monday by the judge shows the aftermath of Nugent's Taser use, according to sources who have seen the tape. They told CNN that it runs about 17 minutes and was shot by Nugent himself.
The tape begins with Pikes handcuffed to a chair in the Winnfield Police Department, the sources said. He had already been hit by a so-called "direct" stun -- a Taser fired directly into his chest rather than from a distance -- and eight other Taser shots.
Off camera, voices can be heard taunting him, shouting the "N" word and demanding to know if he was high on drugs, the sources said. The tape also shows Pikes foaming at the mouth and struggling to breathe. He later slumps to the floor and is ultimately taken to an emergency room with shackles around both of his ankles. CNN has seen still photographs of the lifeless body, still in leg shackles at the hospital.
At a motion hearing Monday in Winn Parish District Court, both the prosecutor, R. Chris Nevils, and the lead defense attorney, George Higgins, said in open court that the tape existed and asked Judge John Joyce to seal it until it was put into evidence at trial, now set for June 14. Both lawyers said release of the tape would taint the local jury pool and set the grounds for a change of venue. Joyce agreed and ordered that the tape not be disseminated under threat of contempt of court until it is played in open court.
CNN approached Nugent after the hearing and asked him for comment on the tape but his attorneys advised him not to answer. The attorney also had no comment.
Attorneys for Pikes' family have filed a wrongful death suit in a federal court in Louisiana, seeking unspecified damages from the town of Winnfield and each officer involved.
The lead attorney for the family, Carol Powell-Lexing, told CNN she believes Pikes' death has been subject to a police cover up from the beginning. A spokesman for the Winnfield Police Department said there was no cover-up.
RU_Kiddingme

Akron, OH

#83 Dec 28, 2010
Judge seals videotape in La. Taser death case

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February 03, 2010
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Judge seals videotape in La. Taser death case
Suspect was struck by a 50,000-volt Taser nine times within the space of 14 minutes
By David Fitzpatrick and Drew Griffin
CNN.com

WINNFIELD, Louisiana — A judge has sealed a potentially explosive videotape taken in the aftermath of a racially charged incident in this small central Louisiana town two years ago.

On January 17, 2008, an unarmed man -- wanted on what police said was an outstanding arrest warrant -- was struck by a 50,000-volt Taser nine times within the space of 14 minutes.

The suspect, Baron "Scooter" Pikes, was handcuffed during each separate Taser incident, according to the Winnfield Police Department. The officer who fired the Taser, Scott Nugent, is white. Pikes, who was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital, was black.

CNN's account of the incident in the summer of 2008 relied on interviews at the time with the local parish coroner, the police and an attorney for the family of the victim.

Winn Parish Coroner Dr. Randy Williams told CNN that in his opinion, Nugent had violated every police procedure for using a Taser on a suspect. Moreover, contrary to initial police reports, Williams told CNN that there was no trace of drugs in Pikes' system. The coroner ruled the death a homicide. Subsequently, the officer was fired following a long civil service hearing and is now on trial for manslaughter in Winnfield.

At the time, a lawyer for Nugent, Phillip Terrell, told CNN that his client had, in fact, followed proper procedure and that Pikes was resisting arrest and had fought with Nugent before being struck by the Taser.

The video sealed Monday by the judge shows the aftermath of Nugent's Taser use, according to sources who have seen the tape. They told CNN that it runs about 17 minutes and was shot by Nugent himself.

The tape begins with Pikes handcuffed to a chair in the Winnfield Police Department, the sources said. He had already been hit by a so-called "direct" stun -- a Taser fired directly into his chest rather than from a distance -- and eight other Taser shots.

Off camera, voices can be heard taunting him, shouting the "N" word and demanding to know if he was high on drugs, the sources said. The tape also shows Pikes foaming at the mouth and struggling to breathe. He later slumps to the floor and is ultimately taken to an emergency room with shackles around both of his ankles. CNN has seen still photographs of the lifeless body, still in leg shackles at the hospital.

At a motion hearing Monday in Winn Parish District Court, both the prosecutor, R. Chris Nevils, and the lead defense attorney, George Higgins, said in open court that the tape existed and asked Judge John Joyce to seal it until it was put into evidence at trial, now set for June 14. Both lawyers said release of the tape would taint the local jury pool and set the grounds for a change of venue. Joyce agreed and ordered that the tape not be disseminated under threat of contempt of court until it is played in open court.

CNN approached Nugent after the hearing and asked him for comment on the tape but his attorneys advised him not to answer. The attorney also had no comment.

Attorneys for Pikes' family have filed a wrongful death suit in a federal court in Louisiana, seeking unspecified damages from the town of Winnfield and each officer involved.

The lead attorney for the family, Carol Powell-Lexing, told CNN she believes Pikes' death has been subject to a police cover up from the beginning. A spokesman for the Winnfield Police Department said there was no cover-up.
RU_Kiddingme Norm Deplume

Akron, OH

#84 Dec 28, 2010
To all the law enforcement who tried to close the door, too they’re killing innocent people with taser s. To all the taser companies that paid off judges to fill they’re pockets with blood money of the innocent till proven guilty.
May you all reap what you have sown.
The evil five can top the list.
Karma.......
RU_Kiddingme Norm Deplume

Akron, OH

#85 Dec 28, 2010
they’re..xxxxx oops
their pockets
RU_Kiddingme Norm Deplume

Akron, OH

#86 Dec 28, 2010
List of Americans killed by taser (torture).

1. April 11 1985, Cornelius Garland Smith, 35, Los Angeles, California
2. March 9 1993, Michael Bryant, 35, Los Angeles, California
3. June 1, 1996: Scott Norberg, 32, Maricopa County, Arizona
4. September 28, 1999: David Flores, 37, Fairfield, California
5. May 14, 2000: Enrique Juarez Ochoa, 34, Bakersfield, California
6. June 17, 2001: Mark Burkett, 18, Gainesville, Florida
7. December 15, 2001: Hannah Rogers-Grippi, 6 months fetus, Chula Vista, California
8. December 17, 2001: Marvin Hendrix, 27, Hamilton, Ohio
9. December 21, 2001: Steven Vasquez, 40, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
10. January 27, 2002: Vincent Delostia, 31, Hollywood, Florida
11. February 12, 2002: Anthony Spencer, 35, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
12. March 27, 2002: Henry Canady, 46, Hilliard, Florida
13. May 17, 2002: Richard Baralla, 36, Pueblo, Colorado
14. June 10, 2002: Eddie Alvarado, 32, Los Angeles, California
15. June 15, 2002: Jason Nichols, 21, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
16. June 28, 2002: Clever Craig, 46, Mobile, Alabama
17. June 27, 2002: Fermin Rincon, 24, Fontana, California
18. June 2002: Unidentified male, 39, Phoenix, Arizona
19. July 19, 2002: Johnny Lozoya, Gardena, California
20. July 19, 2002: Gordon Jones, 37, Windermere, Florida
21. September 1, 2002: Frederick Webber, 44, Orange City, Florida
22. November 7, 2002: Stephen Edwards, 59, Shelton, Washington
23. March 16, 2003: Unidentified male, 31, Albuquerque, New Mexico
24. April 16, 2003: Corey Calvin Clark, 33, Amarillo, Texas
25. April 19, 2003: Terrence Hanna, 51, Burnaby, British Columbia
26. May 10, 2003: Joshua Hollander, 22, Normal Heights, California
27. June 9, 2003: Timothy Sleet, 44, Springfield Missouri
28. July 22, 2003: Clayton Willey, 33, Prince George, British Columbia
29. August 4, 2003: Troy Nowell, 51, Amarillo, Texas
30. August 8, 2003: John Thompson, 45, Carrollton Township, Michigan
31. August 17, 2003: Gordon Rauch, 39, Citrus Heights, California
32. September 24, 2003: Ray Austin, 25, Gwinnett, Georgia
33. September 29, 2003: Glenn Leyba, 37, Glendale, Colorado
34. September , 2003: Clark Whitehouse, 34, Whitehorse, Yukon
35. October 7, 2003: Roman Pierson, 40, Brea, California
36. October 11, 2003: Dennis Hammond, 31, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
37. October 21, 2003: Louis Morris, 50, Orlando, Florida
38. November 6, 2003: James Borden, 47, Monroe County, Indiana
39. November 10, 2003: Michael Johnson, 32, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
40. November 11, 2003: Kerry O’Brien, 31, Pembroke Pines, Florida
41. December 9, 2003: Curtis Lawson, 40, Unadilla, Georgia
42. December 9, 2003: Lewis King, 39, St. Augustine, Florida
43. February 4, 2004: David Glowczenski, 35, Southampton Village, New York
44. February 12, 2004: Raymond Siegler, 40, Minneapolis, Minnesota
45. February 21, 2004: Curt Rostengale, 44, Silverdale, Washington
46. February 21, 2004: William Lomax, 26, Las Vegas, Nevada
47. March 23, 2004: Perry Ronald, 28, Edmonton, Alberta
48. March 28, 2004: Terry Williams, 45, Madison, Illinois
49. April 1, 2004: Phillip LaBlanc, 36, Los Angeles, California
50. April 16, 2004: Melvin Samuel, 28, Savannah, Georgia
51. April 18, 2004: Alfredo Diaz, 29, Orange County, Florida
52. April 27, 2004: Eric Wolle, 45, Washington Grove, Maryland
53. May 1, 2004: Roman Andreichikov, Vancouver, British Columbia
54. May 13, 2004: Peter Lamonday, 38, London, Ontario
55. May 22, 2004: Henry Lattarulo, 40, Hillsborough, County Florida
56. May 27, 2004: Frederick Williams, 31, Lawrenceville, Georgia
57. May 30, 2004: Darryl Smith, 46, Atlanta, Georgia
58. May 31, 2004: Anthony Oliver, 42, Orlando, Florida
59. June 4, 2004: Jerry Pickens, 55, Bridge City, Louisiana
60. June 9, 2004: James Cobb, 42, St. Paul, Minnesota
61. June 9, 2004: Jacob Lair, 26, Sparks, Nevada
62. June 16, 2004: Abel Ortega Perez, 36, Austin, Texas
63. June 23, 2004: Robert Bagnell, 44, Vancouver, British Columbia
Fired Up Pup

United States

#87 Dec 28, 2010
What a shame!

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#88 Dec 28, 2010
<yawn>
RU_Kiddingme Norm Deplume

Akron, OH

#89 Dec 28, 2010
Pensylvania
65. June, 2004: Bernard Christmas, 36, Dayton, Ohio
66. July 3, 2004: Demetrius Tillman Nelson, 45, Okaloosa County, Florida
67. July 11, 2004: Willie Smith, 48, Auburn, Washington
68. July 17, 2004: Jerry Knight, 29, Mississauga, Ontario
69. July 23, 2004: Milton Salazar, 29, Mesa Arizona
70. August 2, 2004: Keith Tucker, 47, Las Vegas, Nevada
71. August 8, 2004: Samuel Truscott, 43, Kingston, Ontario
72. August 11, 2004: Ernest Blackwell, 29, St. Louis, Missouri
73. August 11, 2004: David Riley, 41, Joplin, Missouri
74. August 13, 2004: Anthony Lee McDonald, 46, Harrisburg, North Carolina
75. August 16, 2004: William Teasley, 31, Anderson, South Carolina
76. August 19, 2004: Richard Karlo, 44, Denver, Colorado
77. August 20, 2004: Michael Sanders, 40, Fresno, California
78. August 24, 2004: Lawrence Davis, 27, Phoenix, Arizona
79. August 27, 2004: Jason Yeagley, 32, Winter Haven, Florida
80. August 29, 2004: Michael Rosa, 38, Del Rey Oaks, California
81. September 12, 2004: Samuel Wakefield, 22, Rio Vista, Texas
82. September 15, 2004: Andrew Washington, 21, Vallejo, California
83. September 20, 2004: Jon Merkle, 40, Miami, Florida
84. October 4, 2004: Dwayne Dunn, 33, Lafayette, Louisiana
85. November 2, 2004: Greshmond Gray, 25, LaGrange, Georgia
86. November 2, 2004: Robert Guerrero, 21, Fort Worth, Texas
87. November 7, 2004: Keith Raymond Drum, Clearlake, Califormnia
88. November 8, 2004: Ricardo Zaragoza, 40, Elk Grove, California
89. November 25, 2004: Charles Keiser, 47, Hartland Township, Michigan
90. November 27, 2004: Byron Black, 39, Lee County, Florida
91. December 4, 2004: Patrick Fleming, 35, Metairie, Louisiana
92. December 15, 2004: Kevin Downing, 36, Hollywood, Florida
93. December 17, 2004: Douglas Meldrum, 37, Wasatch County, Utah
94. December 17, 2004: Lyle Nelson, 35, Columbia, Illinois
95. December 23, 2004: Timothy Bolander, 31, Delray Beach, Florida
96. December 23, 2004: Ronnie Pino, 31, Sacramento, California
97. December 28, 2004: Christopher Hernandez, 19, Naples, Florida
98. December 29, 2004: Jeanne Hamilton, 46, Palmdale, California
99. December 30, 2004: David Cooper, 40, Marion County, Indiana
100. January 2, 2005: Gregory Saulsbury, 30, Pacifica, California
101. January 5, 2005: Dennis Hyde, 30, Akron, Ohio
102. January 7, 2006: Carlos Claros Castro, 28, Davidson City, North Carolina
103. January 8, 2005: Carl Trotter, 33, Pensacola, Florida
104. January 10, 2005, Jerry Moreno, 33, Los Angeles, California
105. January 28, 2005: James Edward Hudson, 33, Chickasha, Oklahoma
106. January 31, 2005: Jeffrey Turner, 41, Lucas County, Ohio
107. February 10, 2005: Ronald Alan Hasse, 54, Chicago, Illinois
108. February 12, 2005: Robert Camba, 45, San Diego, California
109. February 18, 2005: Joel Don Casey, 52, Houston, Texas
110. February 20, 2005: Robert Heston, 40, Salinas, California
111. March 3, 2005: Shirley Andrews, 38, Cincinnati, Ohio
112. March 6, 2005: Willie Towns, 30, Deland, Florida
113. March 12, 2005: Milton Woolfolk, 39, Lake City, Florida
114. March 17, 2005: Mark Young, 25, Indianapolis, Indiana
115. April 3, 2005: James Wathan Jr., 32, Delhi, California
116. April 3, 2005: Eric Hammock, 43, Fort Worth, Texas
117. April 8, 2005: Ricky Barber, 46, Carter County, Oklahoma
118. April 22, 2005: John Cox, 39, Bellport, New York
119. April 24 2005: Jesse Colter, 31, Phoenix, Arizona
120. May 3, 2005: Keith Graff, 24, Phoenix, Arizona
121. May 5, 2005: Kevin Geldart, 34, Moncton, New Brunswick
122. May 6, 2005: Stanley Wilson, 44, Miami, Florida
123. May 6, 2005: Lawrence Berry, 33, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
124. May 13, 2005: Vernon Young, 31, Union Township, Ohio
125. May 17, 2005: Leroy Pierson, Rancho Cucamonga, California
126. May 20, 2005: Randy Martinez, 40, Albuquerque, New Mexico
127. May 23, 2005: Lee Marvin Kimmel, 38, Reading, Pennsylvania
128. May 23, 2005: Richard Alverado, 38, Tustin, California
129. May 26, 2005: Walter Lamont Seats, 23, Nashville, Tennes

“Ain't Running Skeered”

Since: May 07

Location hidden

#90 Dec 28, 2010
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
What kind of douchebag takes another poster's name in vain, Starry?
I am the Real RU_Kiddingme! Accept no substitutes.
Tis the chunky monkey with her cottage cheese azz.
Nprm Deplume

Cleveland, OH

#91 Dec 28, 2010
Fought the Fight B4 wrote:
<quoted text>Tis the chunky monkey with her cottage cheese azz.
You tell 'em Fight. Why don't you post her chunky monkey cottage cheese azz as your avatar so that everyone can see how much bigger her azz is than Michelle's monkey dupa?

“Don't quibble Sybil!”

Since: May 09

Trailer Park, USA

#92 Dec 28, 2010
Fought the Fight B4 wrote:
Jeez, who knows for sure? I mean, you KNOW what they do in jail. Who knows for sure what this "victim" was in to.
Besides, I have first hand accountibility at how reliable the news reporting is with the ABJ. When they printed the article on my brother, they touted him as a leather wearing, long haired trouble maker. FAR, FAR from the truth. He had short, meticulous hair and was into writing love letters to girls. He did have a chip on his shoulder, but only those of us close to him knew that. I am not biased because he is my brother, it was just blatant lies on behalf of the newspaper. It's been a long time, but the lies they printed as fact had our entire community in an uproar.
All I am saying is, you just don't know. You've read my solution to the problems in Akron - build the prisons, stack 'em as high as they can go, bunk over bunk, cell after cell, miles of them. Give people a reason to quit committing crimes, "you will pay for your crime", and perhaps our police officers will find the hero within themselves that made them want to become a law enforcement agent in the first place. I know, if I were them, I would be exasperated and overwhelmed at never accomplishing anything good in this city because of the petty punishments the criminals get. Of course, I wouldn't be so overwhelmed to resort to the implications here. But, my savior syndrome would get the best of me if I felt my work was futile.
Paragraph 3, first sentence: "All I am saying is, you just don't know."

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