Six arrested in drug bust
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#1 Aug 26, 2007
What Are The Odds In Beaufort County That If You Fail To Appear In Court That The Sheriff's Department Will Come and Arrest You?
The only way is if you turn yourself in or if you accidentally slam you car into a Sheriff's patrol car.
As far as the wet-backs are concerned, they are a MAJOR PLAYER in the illegal drug trade in this country. Why else would they work for less than minimum wage, yes twelve at a time live in a mobile home, but they are wiring most of the money back to Mexico.
Ninety percent of ALL cocaine that comes into the US comes via the Mexican border with the US. Cocaine comes from Mexico to Texas to Atlanta to Beaufort County. The Mexicans are the "Mules" that are carrying the cocaine.
Everyone sits back and says, hey, we are getting our lawns cut and landscaped cheap. No, we are paying a huge price via the increased crime rate and using law enforcement dollars to go after them and deport them. Not to mention the health care and other infrastructure costs. We are paying BIG TIME all the way around. And no one says anything because it's cheap labor, when quite frankly, it's the MOST EXPENSIVE labor we can find.
If you want your grass mowed, hire your neighbors kid to do it. We will all be better off.
#2 Aug 27, 2007
I can't agree with you more, especially that last sentence. The teens have a hard time finding jobs for the summer or part time after school because they have been taken by a Mexican. This in itself creates too much spare time on their hands, and mischief is the result.
#3 Aug 27, 2007
WETBACKS who tha hell you calling wetbacks you white trailer trash sister f@#$ing cracker!!!!!!! the reason were taking your jobs is cause YOU AND THE PEOPLE BITCHING ABOUT IT ARE TOO F@!#ING LAZY TO GO OUT THERE AND DO THE DAMN JOB YOURSELF!!!!
#5 Oct 20, 2007
"white trailer trash sister f@#$ing cracker!!!!!!!
I spit Pepsi all over my monitor, awesome!
#6 Oct 28, 2007
Sheriff Mike Hunt arrests who he wants to and turns a bind eye to those who he doesn't want to arrest when probable cause exists for criminal behavior. There is probable cause to arrest the fired narcotics deputy for misconduct in office, misuse of government property, solicitation or adultery/fornication. Since he is an officer of the law and has knowledge of probable cause associated with these probable crimes, he may also be guilty of misconduct in office since arrest warrants have not been issued in this case by his law enforcement agency.
#7 Oct 29, 2007
"Sheriff Mike Hunt "?
Has anyone seen mikehunt, has anyone seen mikehunt.
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