Should exSO Officers be arrested for...
Ya Boy

Eastaboga, AL

#41 Jan 8, 2013
round and round and round wrote:
LMBO. Prove it. Prove which officer, if any, thrashed anything. Mason needs to get patrols back in the rural areas. Haven't seen an officer in our area since the 'take-over.'
The neighbors are already talking about the lack of officers around town, but we don't like Mason so will continue to complain about numbnuts for the next 4 years.
You're nothing but a disgruntled ex employee. Wait till the pics surface.
Just a Thought

Homer, GA

#42 Jan 8, 2013
I keep seeing sheriff's cars within the city limits (3 cars at once). I saw two deputies riding together yesterday. Then, I had one pull in behind me at the civic center and behind him was the police chief this morning so maybe the deputies are now working for the city.

Since: Aug 10

Jefferson, GA

#43 Jan 8, 2013
Ya Boy wrote:
<quoted text>No, I'm not trying to "trow" stones at anyone. I'm just pointing out the fact that you seem to have NO knowledge of how things are done in this crooked little county. The coverups, favoritism, nepotism etc. are just some of the problems. Maybe you didn't experience that in your bigger professional department, but that's how it has been here. There are many things in this county needing to be fixed and that's why I feel we should support the new Sheriff's Dept. and any investigations that are forthcoming.
Just because that's the way things are done doesn't mean that's the way they have to stay. When you see wrong doing you speak up, you stand up and you do the right thing. And pointing out my typo earns you no extra points. Just you being petty.

Since: Aug 10

Jefferson, GA

#44 Jan 8, 2013
2nd answer wrote:
Again, IF it is true, it needs to be prosecuted fully. These election cycles, political appointments, public gov't jobs etc need to have some sort of accountability associated with the term. It really disgusts me to see people like Truth is Blairsville basically arguing that if someone can survive to the end of their term or job without getting caught, then they should get a free pass. It is disgusting. And it is the fundamental reason this country is rotting from the inside. Hell, ain't no one accountable.
If you bothered to read my posts you will see that I don't advocate wrongdoers getting away with their wrongdoing. Their wrong doing should be pursued & punished when it comes to light, not after the elected official leaves office.
Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue. Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight.
2nd answer

Kathleen, GA

#45 Jan 8, 2013
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
<quoted text>If you bothered to read my posts you will see that I don't advocate wrongdoers getting away with their wrongdoing.
In Post#5 you stated with your usual passive aggressive approach, "Who will be policing the rest of the community while the current administration is investigating the former administration? Sorry, no time to patrol too busy digging into the past."

And then you keep yammering on about the GBI. Is this the GBI that has had so many budget and staff cuts that it has been reduced at times to a mere political puppet, investigating cherry picked cases? assigned by the highest powers in Atlanta?

You keep ASSUMING that the new administration is incapable of an unbiased investigation. From what I hear, files were clearly deleted by specified individuals. How much damn investigation are we talking about to file some charges? You act like they are going to be pulling all the patrolmen off the streets to handle questioning and checking the facts of a small handful of individuals / situations.

You've got to start somewhere. GBI doesn't have the manpower and budget. If a basic review of procedures, facts and records indicates wrongdoing, then it needs to be prosecuted so that future administrations and staff (including the new one) have precedent set regarding expectations of accountability.

But people like YOU are always there shouting at the front of the crowd - offering up excuse after excuse as to why everyone should look the other way. People like you are responsible for the state this country is in. And YOU come in all flavors, democrat, republican, black, white, religious and athiest.
Ya Boy

Eastaboga, AL

#46 Jan 8, 2013
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
<quoted text>If you bothered to read my posts you will see that I don't advocate wrongdoers getting away with their wrongdoing. Their wrong doing should be pursued & punished when it comes to light, not after the elected official leaves office.
Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue. Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight.
Wow, "Pursued and punished when it comes to light". That would be great if you weren't dealing with a dept. that perfected the art of the coverup. Only insiders and a select few outsiders are priviliged to those tactics. Next you talk about petty crimes, well I'm not sure about you but I don't consider filing fraudulent pay sheets, using Govt. credit cards for personal gain, and misusing county vehicles that costed the taxpayers untold amounts to be petty. Let's not even talk about employee DUI's, domestic incidents and other internal problems. Yea maybe we should just let bygones be bygones. NOT!!

Since: Aug 10

Jefferson, GA

#47 Jan 8, 2013
2nd answer wrote:
<quoted text>
In Post#5 you stated with your usual passive aggressive approach, "Who will be policing the rest of the community while the current administration is investigating the former administration? Sorry, no time to patrol too busy digging into the past."
And then you keep yammering on about the GBI. Is this the GBI that has had so many budget and staff cuts that it has been reduced at times to a mere political puppet, investigating cherry picked cases? assigned by the highest powers in Atlanta?
You keep ASSUMING that the new administration is incapable of an unbiased investigation. From what I hear, files were clearly deleted by specified individuals. How much damn investigation are we talking about to file some charges? You act like they are going to be pulling all the patrolmen off the streets to handle questioning and checking the facts of a small handful of individuals / situations.
You've got to start somewhere. GBI doesn't have the manpower and budget. If a basic review of procedures, facts and records indicates wrongdoing, then it needs to be prosecuted so that future administrations and staff (including the new one) have precedent set regarding expectations of accountability.
But people like YOU are always there shouting at the front of the crowd - offering up excuse after excuse as to why everyone should look the other way. People like you are responsible for the state this country is in. And YOU come in all flavors, democrat, republican, black, white, religious and athiest.
No, Based on the hatred exhibited in this campaign I don't think the SO can investigate the past administration. And you are entitled to your opinion and You do not need to denigrate me in order to express it. Love your generalities. If I offend you so much feel free to move on.

Since: Aug 10

Jefferson, GA

#48 Jan 8, 2013
Ya Boy wrote:
<quoted text>Wow, "Pursued and punished when it comes to light". That would be great if you weren't dealing with a dept. that perfected the art of the coverup. Only insiders and a select few outsiders are priviliged to those tactics. Next you talk about petty crimes, well I'm not sure about you but I don't consider filing fraudulent pay sheets, using Govt. credit cards for personal gain, and misusing county vehicles that costed the taxpayers untold amounts to be petty. Let's not even talk about employee DUI's, domestic incidents and other internal problems. Yea maybe we should just let bygones be bygones. NOT!!
Too bad you didn't have the courage to deal with these things from the get go. Then they wouldn't be an issue now.
BlowHard

Jefferson, GA

#49 Jan 8, 2013
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
<quoted text>

Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue. Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight.
"Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue."

Typical attitude of police and ex-police. Main reason crime rate is high.
Just take a report and forget it is their attitude.

"Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight."

Typical pass the buck attitude of local police.

First they don't want to be hassled by petty crimes so all they do is file a report quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
Next they want to push serious crimes off on someone else quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.

This is the problem with crime in America, This poster showed the real true spirit of the sorry side of leaders not cleaning the house of bad apples.
2nd answer

Texarkana, TX

#50 Jan 8, 2013
BlowHard wrote:
<quoted text>
"Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue."
Typical attitude of police and ex-police. Main reason crime rate is high.
Just take a report and forget it is their attitude.
"Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight."
Typical pass the buck attitude of local police.
First they don't want to be hassled by petty crimes so all they do is file a report quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
Next they want to push serious crimes off on someone else quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
This is the problem with crime in America, This poster showed the real true spirit of the sorry side of leaders not cleaning the house of bad apples.
good post. Clean house Mack. Go back and don't miss any major dirt.
Ya Boy

Eastaboga, AL

#51 Jan 8, 2013
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
<quoted text>Too bad you didn't have the courage to deal with these things from the get go. Then they wouldn't be an issue now.
It's too bad that you really don't have a clue on what you are talking about, but continue to make ignorant comments.
Ya Boy

Eastaboga, AL

#52 Jan 8, 2013
BlowHard wrote:
<quoted text>
"Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue."
Typical attitude of police and ex-police. Main reason crime rate is high.
Just take a report and forget it is their attitude.
"Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight."
Typical pass the buck attitude of local police.
First they don't want to be hassled by petty crimes so all they do is file a report quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
Next they want to push serious crimes off on someone else quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
This is the problem with crime in America, This poster showed the real true spirit of the sorry side of leaders not cleaning the house of bad apples.
Agreed, Good post.
Informed Opinion

Bonita Springs, FL

#53 Jan 8, 2013
Zoltar wrote:
<quoted text>Hey! Aren't you the officer who ticketed me when I made an illegal left turn, jumped the curb and ended up in the Burger King drive-thru?

If you recall, you arrested me for assaulting a Whopper. Cost me $50.00 and I was banned from Burger King for life.
You are hereby granted clemency.

The loss of the Whopper Fries, and Diet Coke combo is more than sufficient penalty.

Although your heart, arteries, and pancreas are probably celebrating.
Court Is Now In Sesion

Dahlonega, GA

#54 Jan 8, 2013
Lock em up and let the judge sort it out...hehehe ain't that what they used to say
horselover

Blairsville, GA

#55 Jan 9, 2013
yes they are if they did do the damage ,Then yes they should pay for what they did , just shows how low some of the x cops were. Shows how much respect they have doesnt it. So glad scums are out.
horselover

Blairsville, GA

#56 Jan 9, 2013
I agree clean house , time for people of this county to put trust back in our county. i was afraid to leave my car doors unlocked afraid the crooks would throw some thing in it, an then stop me. Keep up the good work Mack.
Zoltar

Homer, GA

#57 Jan 9, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
<quoted text>
You are hereby granted clemency.
The loss of the Whopper Fries, and Diet Coke combo is more than sufficient penalty.
Although your heart, arteries, and pancreas are probably celebrating.
Thank you sir.

I am afraid that the noise of my heaft, ateries and pancreas celebrating, may have caused my neighbor, a couple of miles down the road, to start the trhead on this rorum ,'Strange Noises".
Zoltar

Homer, GA

#58 Jan 9, 2013
Ya Boy wrote:
<quoted text>Wow, "Pursued and punished when it comes to light". That would be great if you weren't dealing with a dept. that perfected the art of the coverup. Only insiders and a select few outsiders are priviliged to those tactics. Next you talk about petty crimes, well I'm not sure about you but I don't consider filing fraudulent pay sheets, using Govt. credit cards for personal gain, and misusing county vehicles that costed the taxpayers untold amounts to be petty. Let's not even talk about employee DUI's, domestic incidents and other internal problems. Yea maybe we should just let bygones be bygones. NOT!!
You do seem to have the "inside track" in this matter. With your superior knowledge of the law as well as you knowledge as to how a law enforcement unit should operate,your service will be invalueable.

Should this matter result in an investigation and ultiamtely , prosecution, I trust you will be able to provide absolute proof of your allegations. With your keen understding of the law, I'm sure you realize that proceeding on hearsay evidence will not, as they say in Alabama, "Git-r-done".

Just at first glance, it appears that, of all you have listed, of merit, would be be misuse of County credit cards. Those cases are most often settled with reimbursement by the defendant. I realize you prefer hanging or death by lethal injection. However, I am afraid none of these "crimes" rise to the level of a capital offense. Of course, what do I know.
froggy

Jefferson, GA

#59 Jan 9, 2013
Zoltar wrote:
<quoted text>
You do seem to have the "inside track" in this matter. With your superior knowledge of the law as well as you knowledge as to how a law enforcement unit should operate,your service will be invalueable.
Should this matter result in an investigation and ultiamtely , prosecution, I trust you will be able to provide absolute proof of your allegations. With your keen understding of the law, I'm sure you realize that proceeding on hearsay evidence will not, as they say in Alabama, "Git-r-done".
Just at first glance, it appears that, of all you have listed, of merit, would be be misuse of County credit cards. Those cases are most often settled with reimbursement by the defendant. I realize you prefer hanging or death by lethal injection. However, I am afraid none of these "crimes" rise to the level of a capital offense. Of course, what do I know.
Some of these idigits wouldn't be happy unless they was drawn and quartered.
froggy

Jefferson, GA

#60 Jan 9, 2013
BlowHard wrote:
<quoted text>
"Some things are so petty that it is a waste of tax payer time and money to pursue."
Typical attitude of police and ex-police. Main reason crime rate is high.
Just take a report and forget it is their attitude.
"Serious crimes should be investigated by an impartial agency like the GBI which doesn't have a dog in the fight."
Typical pass the buck attitude of local police.
First they don't want to be hassled by petty crimes so all they do is file a report quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
Next they want to push serious crimes off on someone else quickly so they can go to the coffee shop.
This is the problem with crime in America, This poster showed the real true spirit of the sorry side of leaders not cleaning the house of bad apples.
I reckon unless those crimes applied to you and yours. Can the cops pursue it everytime someone spits on the street or would you like them to patrol to prevent serious crime like robberies and murders? I votes for serious stuff.

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