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TOAST

Ford City, PA

#21 Nov 1, 2011
Nimbletwig wrote:
<quoted text>...Very true...
Some of the sweetest people you will ever meet are on here!!It would be hard to replace them...

Since: Dec 10

Somerset, KY

#22 Nov 1, 2011
TOAST wrote:
<quoted text> Some of the sweetest people you will ever meet are on here!!It would be hard to replace them...
Oh I agree, I just don't know what I'd do without there kind thoughts on a daily basis.

Nopetodope

United States

#23 Nov 1, 2011
Dopeheads that endanger children & steal & endanger others lives don't deserve privacy. I think exploiting them is a good punishment! Actually, I think it'd be awesome if they made them stand on a highway holding signs up for the crimes they committed. The problem is most think they won't get caught, & don't wanna be embarrassed.. Think ppl.. Maybe if they'd make them to embarrassing things, it might slow down the crime!
justme

Barbourville, KY

#24 Nov 1, 2011
I think a little shame for their crime might just be the best rehabilitation. I would rather go to jail than have my name plastered for all of knox county to see, wouldn't you? The current system is obviously not working so well according to the crime rate...
agree with nope

Redford, MI

#25 Nov 2, 2011
eliza oaks, POS
heard that

Brodhead, KY

#26 Nov 2, 2011
Limbertwig wrote:
Theres a rhumor going around that the jailor will soon start a new program at the jail. All prisoners will be brought from the jail to the court with bags over their heads to protect their privacy from the public.
I've heard that the biggest obstruction and hold-up to the start of the counties bag plan is that they cant come to agreement about how to protect the prisoners identity while in the courtroom.
It seems that some of the county officials want the prisoners to wear the bags in the courtroom and some want the public that come to the hearings and trials to wear bags while inside of the courtroom.
I hope to have more on this issue later, thank you.
That's good.
crazy people

Charlotte, NC

#27 Nov 2, 2011
thanks for the list i enjoyed it
omg

Morehead, KY

#28 Dec 12, 2013
I dont think its fair that sylvia garland can just narc her way out over n over n over!! just look or up on jailtracker she has been released repeated times since this arrest on probation violation n last time she was arrested over violation was because she had drugs in her system n GUESS WHAT SHE WAS PREGNANT So the state should feel real good keep letting this low life out to feed dope to her unborn bby!!!"
Think About it

Barbourville, KY

#29 Dec 13, 2013
Limbertwig wrote:
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You shouldn't put information about arrests on the internet, according to Mary Hammons and J.M. Hall these law abiding criminals have the right to their privacy and should be protected while in the counties care.
Starting all your lies again. I am still here ...and if you publish lies ...as you have in the past..

I will be forced to shut your mouth for another 6 months.

By the way, you never did go to a fiscal court meeting and apologize to MR Hall for all of your previous MISinformation.

Now here you are again...
Steve Wariner titled a song about you.
Sylvia Garland

Dahlonega, GA

#30 Dec 13, 2013
I do shootup Meth from time to time n yes I wasx caused Vaughn cooking it!! but heroin was my drug of choice why's did I get caught n charges of Meth when I wasn't in that house but few days a week n I bought sudafed yesss I did but leave me alive alone!!!!

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Somerset, KY

#31 Dec 13, 2013
Limbertwig wrote:
Theres a rhumor going around that the jailor will soon start a new program at the jail. All prisoners will be brought from the jail to the court with bags over their heads to protect their privacy from the public.
I've heard that the biggest obstruction and hold-up to the start of the counties bag plan is that they cant come to agreement about how to protect the prisoners identity while in the courtroom.
It seems that some of the county officials want the prisoners to wear the bags in the courtroom and some want the public that come to the hearings and trials to wear bags while inside of the courtroom.
I hope to have more on this issue later, thank you.
I think it a great idea with the bag thing... As long as they choose Plastic instead of paper...
Sylvia

Dahlonega, GA

#32 Jan 31, 2014
My charges isn't none of u losers business!!
trutht

London, KY

#33 Jan 31, 2014
Sylvia wrote:
My charges isn't none of u losers business!!
who all did they get today ??meth--drive by and buy--lol
citizen

Barbourville, KY

#35 Jan 31, 2014
Limbertwig wrote:
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You shouldn't put information about arrests on the internet, according to Mary Hammons and J.M. Hall these law abiding criminals have the right to their privacy and should be protected while in the counties care.
we also have a constitutional right of the freedom of the press. it's news so get over it. people should know who is suspected of making dope and selling it. yes, a person is innocent until proven guilty, but I wouldn't want my child around them until the facts came out. someone doesn't have to put information about arrest on the internet. don't you watch the news? we have a right to know.
citizen

Barbourville, KY

#36 Jan 31, 2014
Quantummist wrote:
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I think it a great idea with the bag thing... As long as they choose Plastic instead of paper...
when they get into the courtroom those bags will come off and anyone that wants to can go in and sit through court. isn't putting a bag over someones head while being handcuffed unconstitutional? how do you think the inmates would feel about that? I was an inmate a couple of times and I would not have liked it.
citizen

Barbourville, KY

#37 Jan 31, 2014
Sylvia wrote:
My charges isn't none of u losers business!!
I do agree with one thing, yes that is your business, but if your busted selling drugs around schools or near my children, then it becomes my business to.
citizen

Barbourville, KY

#38 Jan 31, 2014
Sylvia wrote:
My charges isn't none of u losers business!!
you are the one facing criminal charges. so who's the loser?
Sylvia

Morehead, KY

#39 Feb 9, 2014
citizen wrote:
<quoted text> you are the one facing criminal charges. so who's the loser?
my man Larry sturdivant always has away to get me out he's in good with the judge and attorneys he's gotten me out like 9 times just look at my record lmao@ you
Mee

East Bernstadt, KY

#40 Feb 10, 2014
Sylvia wrote:
<quoted text>my man Larry sturdivant always has away to get me out he's in good with the judge and attorneys he's gotten me out like 9 times just look at my record lmao@ you
You are such a loser!! Can't believe you are bragging about how many times you have gotten out by Larry. How about you straighten your act up and stop doing drugs??? Now that would be something to be proud of!

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