Cameron Briscoe
His Wife

United States

#21 Jul 1, 2012
hear ye wrote:
Ms. Briscoe and friends,
I share your disgust having a loved one thrown through the mud - but the best way to make it go away is to ignore their ignorant comments! I know - it's hard. God Bless.
Thank you very much. Yes after about the third time I finally had to speak my peace. Cameron is a wonderful person, with a big heart. It's so hurtful to hear all these mean things. Thank you again, thank you very much Thea!!!
Reprehensible

La Porte, TX

#22 Jul 6, 2012
Bdelco wrote:
Officer Briscoe has a tendency to hold a grudge. I did know him personally and he pulled my husband over just because he could. I personally think with his past issues and mental standing, he should not be carrying a gun.
He is a Mason and tends to pull over other Masons and make snide comments after he writes them an unnecessary ticket. So not only is he a disgrace to his uniforms at some times, but he can also be a disgrace to the Masons.
Cameron is not a disgrace to the uniform or the fraternity. That's a ridiculous charge! Mason or not, the law is enforced equally. You ma'am obviously define the word ignorant and you're reprehensible. You're existence reverberates the need for birth control!
HMMM

La Porte, TX

#23 May 24, 2013
Bdelco wrote:
Officer Briscoe has a tendency to hold a grudge. I did know him personally and he pulled my husband over just because he could. I personally think with his past issues and mental standing, he should not be carrying a gun.
He is a Mason and tends to pull over other Masons and make snide comments after he writes them an unnecessary ticket. So not only is he a disgrace to his uniforms at some times, but he can also be a disgrace to the Masons.
HMM your name must be Brittney Delcomyn shame on your for saying what you said!!! I hope the lodge finds out about this!!

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#24 May 24, 2013
Fisher of men wrote:
I hope you fine folks of La Porte dont get the pleasure of meeting Officer Cameron Briscoe. It seems his temper may interfer with his obligation.
I have never been accused of or committed any crimes so have never encountered lppd in that capacity. I have, however, had numerous opportunities to deal with various officers for other instances. I do not know if I have personally encountered Briscoe, but in general, lppd officers I have encountered are rude, lazy, condescending, hold a grudge, judgmental, play favorites, and can be downright dishonest. I have seen a tendency on the part of a couple to behave unfavorably towards Masons. Surprising since Adcox is a Mason. The Masonic lodge should be ashamed of a few people, including lomaxx, who posts on here frequently and is a horrible, mean person. Apparently the lp lodge isn't real picky about how its members act.

“Dream a little dream...”

Since: Jan 09

burn a little green with me!

#25 May 24, 2013
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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I have never been accused of or committed any crimes so have never encountered lppd in that capacity. I have, however, had numerous opportunities to deal with various officers for other instances. I do not know if I have personally encountered Briscoe, but in general, lppd officers I have encountered are rude, lazy, condescending, hold a grudge, judgmental, play favorites, and can be downright dishonest. I have seen a tendency on the part of a couple to behave unfavorably towards Masons. Surprising since Adcox is a Mason. The Masonic lodge should be ashamed of a few people, including lomaxx, who posts on here frequently and is a horrible, mean person. Apparently the lp lodge isn't real picky about how its members act.
I had hope for Lomaxx, hell... I still do have hope for him!!!

I HOPE he learns the difference between YOUR and YOU'RE and can properly use them both before he leaves this Earth... because God may forgive his sins, but he'll never forgive his ignorance.

They'd be like, "Sir we're going to put you on a ventilator now to keep you alive!" and I'd be like, "Ventilator HELL... get ME and ENGLISH TEACHER!!!"

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#26 May 25, 2013
Heavy Fed wrote:
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I had hope for Lomaxx, hell... I still do have hope for him!!!
I HOPE he learns the difference between YOUR and YOU'RE and can properly use them both before he leaves this Earth... because God may forgive his sins, but he'll never forgive his ignorance.
They'd be like, "Sir we're going to put you on a ventilator now to keep you alive!" and I'd be like, "Ventilator HELL... get ME and ENGLISH TEACHER!!!"
Ha ha :) As usual people here do not want to hear about any possibility that tje lppd is deficient and defective.

“Dream a little dream...”

Since: Jan 09

burn a little green with me!

#27 May 25, 2013
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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Ha ha :) As usual people here do not want to hear about any possibility that tje lppd is deficient and defective.
So... do you think that if good cops knew of bad cops within their department... and said or did nothing... do you think that makes them bad cops by proxy?

I'm sure every officer of the LPPD can think of one officer that does not belong on the force... and most of them are probably thinking about the same officer.

Yet... no one does or says anything.

Hmmmm...

"See something, say something"... I guess that does not apply to your brothers in blue.
Albert Pike

Houston, TX

#28 May 25, 2013
On Masons :

Masonry is an ancient fraternity that has a charter to “Make Good Men Better”. That does not mean to make bad men into good men.

Every mason takes an oath to uphold the constitution and obey the law. If a mason is charged with a crime, he is immediately suspended; if convicted, he is expelled. It’s not unheard of for a bad man to be mistakenly admitted and to defy the very standards of conduct that he swore to follow. You will find these men in all professions and walks of life. A good example can be found in the Whitehouse.

When examining a candidate for the degrees in masonry, we do a thorough background check (criminal and civil) and interview the family in his home. In addition, five other masons (who are respected) have to “vouch” for the candidates’ morals and ethics before his application can be submitted. Even then, he has to be approved in a ballot by all of the lodge members.

The United States was founded by Masons. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, Roosevelt, Truman, Johnson and Ford were all Masons. Masonic principles and concepts dominate our laws and culture. Masonry has done more to promote freedom, safety and charity than any other group in the world.

I conclude that the officer’s affiliation with masonry holds no bearing on his behavior. If he has violated his masonic obligation, then he should do some soul searching. Otherwise, don’t indict this great institution over the behavior of one man.

Take a look:
http://www.grandlodgeoftexas.org/
Me I Know Notheeng

Ballwin, MO

#29 May 25, 2013
Albert Pike wrote:
On Masons :
Masonry is an ancient fraternity that has a charter to “Make Good Men Better”. That does not mean to make bad men into good men.
Every mason takes an oath to uphold the constitution and obey the law. If a mason is charged with a crime, he is immediately suspended; if convicted, he is expelled. It’s not unheard of for a bad man to be mistakenly admitted and to defy the very standards of conduct that he swore to follow. You will find these men in all professions and walks of life. A good example can be found in the Whitehouse.
When examining a candidate for the degrees in masonry, we do a thorough background check (criminal and civil) and interview the family in his home. In addition, five other masons (who are respected) have to “vouch” for the candidates’ morals and ethics before his application can be submitted. Even then, he has to be approved in a ballot by all of the lodge members.
The United States was founded by Masons. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, Roosevelt, Truman, Johnson and Ford were all Masons. Masonic principles and concepts dominate our laws and culture. Masonry has done more to promote freedom, safety and charity than any other group in the world.
I conclude that the officer’s affiliation with masonry holds no bearing on his behavior. If he has violated his masonic obligation, then he should do some soul searching. Otherwise, don’t indict this great institution over the behavior of one man.
Take a look:
http://www.grandlodgeoftexas.org/
It would seem to me that if you have Masons who are behaving very badly then a few bad men got through the process. I personally know Masons who hit their wives and do all manner of carousing and acting foolish. I also personally know Masons convicted of misdemeanors. Any organization should expect to be judged by the behavior of its members, and, in the case of the La Porte lodge, has quite a few bad men to be judged by, including our own topic poster lomaxx. You can't expect the public to witness your members acting badly and yet not judge the organization for its failure to act.

“Dream a little dream...”

Since: Jan 09

burn a little green with me!

#30 May 25, 2013
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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It would seem to me that if you have Masons who are behaving very badly then a few bad men got through the process. I personally know Masons who hit their wives and do all manner of carousing and acting foolish. I also personally know Masons convicted of misdemeanors. Any organization should expect to be judged by the behavior of its members, and, in the case of the La Porte lodge, has quite a few bad men to be judged by, including our own topic poster lomaxx. You can't expect the public to witness your members acting badly and yet not judge the organization for its failure to act.
Everyone I seem to have problems with... or has problems with me... seems to be a Mason.

Have the Masons aligned themselves against me?
Albert Pike

Euless, TX

#31 May 25, 2013
Masonry is a fraternity that any qualified man is allowed to join. We dont regulate members, lives. We dont check their tax returns. We dont revview their private decisions and behaviors. Like a church, you have plenty of hypocrits.

If it comes to the attention of the lodge, that a member has committed an immoral act, we are obligated to speak to him about it. However, we will not expell a member unless he comits a masonic "crime". Usually, a member who refuses to change their ways soon find themselves shunned from lodge and other social activities. There's not much more we can do.

Mr. Fed, masonry has a disproportionately high participation of police and fire officers, and military which may explain your observation.

“Dream a little dream...”

Since: Jan 09

burn a little green with me!

#32 May 25, 2013
Albert Pike wrote:

If it comes to the attention of the lodge, that a member has committed an immoral act, we are obligated to speak to him about it. However, we will not expell a member unless he comits a masonic "crime".
So... a "masonic crime" would be like... stealing from another Mason?

And a "immoral act" would be stealing from someone who is not a Mason?
Me I Know Notheeng

Ballwin, MO

#33 May 25, 2013
Heavy Fed wrote:
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So... a "masonic crime" would be like... stealing from another Mason?
And a "immoral act" would be stealing from someone who is not a Mason?
and, it would seem, a mason participating in a dishonest act against a non-mason amounts to nothing at all as far as the lodge is concerned.
Albert Pike

Euless, TX

#34 May 25, 2013
Heavy Fed wrote:
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So... a "masonic crime" would be like... stealing from another Mason?
And a "immoral act" would be stealing from someone who is not a Mason?
Not really interested in hypotheticals. But stealing from the lodge treasury is both, a masonic and criminal offense. And it would result in expulsion. A criminal conviction for stealing from your civic club treasury would result in expulsion also. Committing a serious crime is likely to result in expulsion.
Part of our oath includes language is that we live our lives by the square towards all mankind, not just masons.

“Ok, maybe I know a little bit.”

Since: Sep 12

But I don't know that.

#35 May 25, 2013
Albert Pike wrote:
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Not really interested in hypotheticals. But stealing from the lodge treasury is both, a masonic and criminal offense. And it would result in expulsion. A criminal conviction for stealing from your civic club treasury would result in expulsion also. Committing a serious crime is likely to result in expulsion.
Part of our oath includes language is that we live our lives by the square towards all mankind, not just masons.
So, then, does the lodge care or not care that lomaxx has called me a fat ass and other names on numerous occasions without cause and has also told HF to kill himself?

I could never praise the Masonic Lodges enough for the good work they do with the Shriners hospitals and Scottish Rite hospitals in spite of how much I disagree with how some Masons act.
Albert Pike

Euless, TX

#36 May 25, 2013
Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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So, then, does the lodge care or not care that lomaxx has called me a fat ass and other names on numerous occasions without cause and has also told HF to kill himself?
I could never praise the Masonic Lodges enough for the good work they do with the Shriners hospitals and Scottish Rite hospitals in spite of how much I disagree with how some Masons act.
You seem to want the lodge to be responsible for the actions of its members. Just like the baptist church or the rotary club, we have members who do foolish things that we cant control. Would you call the church and make a complaint about a man cheating you on your auto repair? I doubt it. The church as well as masonry teach honesty and integrity. We have no way to regulate the members.(They would all quit) Every man, and no one else, is responsible for his own actions.

If a stranger on the street insults you, you would deal with him directly.

“Dream a little dream...”

Since: Jan 09

burn a little green with me!

#37 May 25, 2013
Albert Pike wrote:
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If a stranger on the street insults you, you would deal with him directly.
A stranger on a street would have the courage to face me and insult me and wish me dead... Lomaxx is demonstrating how cowardly a member of your group can act... and is reflecting badly on you because you chose a coward to bring into your flock and you choose to keep him there.

Birds of a feather... flock together.

That's why it's not a good idea to join groups.

It's just asking for trouble.

Been there... done that.
Albert Pike

Euless, TX

#38 May 26, 2013
Heavy Fed wrote:
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A stranger on a street would have the courage to face me and insult me and wish me dead... Lomaxx is demonstrating how cowardly a member of your group can act... and is reflecting badly on you because you chose a coward to bring into your flock and you choose to keep him there.
Birds of a feather... flock together.
That's why it's not a good idea to join groups.
It's just asking for trouble.
Been there... done that.
I think you would agree, not all members should be judged on the behavior of one. Masonry did not make the man. Masonry teaches honesty, integrity and public service.

“Dream a little dream...”

Since: Jan 09

burn a little green with me!

#39 May 26, 2013
Albert Pike wrote:
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I think you would agree, not all members should be judged on the behavior of one. Masonry did not make the man. Masonry teaches honesty, integrity and public service.
Well... it's obvious someone does not pay attention to what they are taught.

Is there any kind of intelligence qualification to join the Masons?
Dan Brown

Houston, TX

#40 May 27, 2013
Hey Heavy Fed:

You might have something here.

I checked the Mason's International Notated Directory of People Enemies. I was shocked. Your name is on it, and there are two stars next to it. The masons are really are trying to "get" you.

Watch your back buddy.

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