cleburne texas is a joke
Sherree

Grapevine, TX

#180 Aug 16, 2012
And the hotels!?!? Do that many people REALLY travel to or thru Cleburne???
lucky to leave

Denver, CO

#181 Sep 12, 2012
Why did God make snakes before He made the citizens of Cleburne? Answer: practice
gooseman68

Leeds, AL

#182 Sep 24, 2012
sad wrote:
Cleburne TX IS NOT A NICE PLACE TO LIVE WITH ITS CORRUPT DA'S AND Judges who only protect drug addicts and send innocent people to jail.
I agree with you on that part, I was born and raised in C-town, now live elsewhere, but aside from the corrupt politics it's not a bad place to live. I've seen worse.
lucky to leave

Denver, CO

#183 Oct 9, 2012
When I saw the news reports about the idiotic policeman arresting the lady who needed to go to the bathroom, I did not know that he was from Keene. I did tell people that he was more than likely from the Cleburne area. To put it bluntly, when others found out where he was from, all they could do was wonder what makes the law enforcement and citizens become so evil there. Is it true that you are throwing a parade to honor him?
Brad

United States

#184 Nov 4, 2012
I used to live in cleburne I was a police officer for another city in the county. I feel that as a whole most people in cleburne are not willing to to change the situation. I did not like the politics anywhere in johnson county, but what everyone needs to remember is the citizens have the power to vote!!! Cleburne is a low income area so it is what it is either help make it better or move to a better city but remember better city equals more money to live there.
Brad

United States

#185 Nov 4, 2012
I am not trying to upset anyone by saying this but everyone has to take responsability for the choices they make. Traffic enforcement everywhere in the county is really aggressive but is serves as drug interdiction. While I was working there what most people complained about was being stopped and that we were conducting speed traps when what we really wanted to do was stop the flow of drugs in the city. The average police officer in cleburne is really just trying to help people and make it a better place. But they need your help not just your criticism. Its easy to complain when others are trying to do all the work.
Brad

United States

#186 Nov 4, 2012
Remember police officers are people just like you they can make mistakes but for the most part try to be as honest, helpful and fair as they can be. I mean have you ever told any of them THANK YOU? Have you asked any one how you could help the city? Have you ever been to a city council meeting? I will tell you a police department that has the input and support of the community tends to be more effective and helpful.
lucky to leave but itbut

Denver, CO

#187 Nov 15, 2012
The police in Cleburne and Johnson County seem to constantly be written up in the national news media. For example, the officer in Cleburne who tasered the student who was having a diabetic low blood sugar spell made the police departmemt look like what one would find in a third world country. I realize that the officer was probably doing what he had been told by his superiors, but it really does make Cleburne look like it should be in Nazi Germany as opposed to the USA.
perplexed

Garden City, MI

#188 Jan 2, 2013
You guys in Cleburne and other parts of Texaa keep saying how you do not want to be a part of the nation any more. So leave. Good riddance. You make the world laugh at your stupidity.
hopeful

Denver, CO

#189 Jan 22, 2013
Saw that backward Cleburne has a new chief of police. Maybe he can put an end to the tasering of young individuals experiencing low blood sugar episodes.
law Abiding Citizen

United States

#190 Apr 4, 2013
sad wrote:
Cleburne TX IS NOT A NICE PLACE TO LIVE WITH ITS CORRUPT DA'S AND Judges who only protect drug addicts and send innocent people to jail.
I know a man who was tazed repeatedly for having a diabetic episode. I know a well known doctor who has PLENTY of malpractice here, but CANNOT find a local lawyer to sue. If you call the Clestone cops they will NEVER write a report- because you only have to finish 8th grade to qualify for Chief.
law Abiding Citizen

Cypress, TX

#191 Apr 4, 2013
Just caught somebody dumping illegally behind my house, called clestone cops and I almost got arrested!! German s.s.
just Jen

United States

#192 Aug 4, 2013
I have lived in a lot of places...from big City to lil ass towns....and it's all the same...city has limelight , noise and smog...and lil towns are for raising children and growing old...all depends on where you're at in life...so if you're not liken the small town feel....move to Dallas...maybe you'd like it better there.
ImtheOne

Cleburne, TX

#193 Sep 9, 2013
"I would like to why this town is any different than any other town in which a business could prosper and why are we killing any and all posibilities of people starting a business here?
I dont know about most of you but i see huge houses near the lake and down Country Club drive."
"Johnson County is one of the most, if not the most corrupt legal systems in the state of Texas"
--Jim Mattox former Attorney General Texas –(Texas Monthly)
That sums it up…Greed and love of money , power and evil.
Ask anyone here if they can tell you a few stories about Cleburne’s corruption. I think this has a lot to do why there is no progress here.
After being away for 30 yrs the only progress is the Civic Center. After 30 years and over 60 million in Stimulus money, billion dollar year tax base from gas/oil to name just a few. And only the civic center to show for it. Progress has not passed over Cleburne, it was just sucked up by the corrupt ones. No one has done anything about it because everyone knows…they will kill you, this we all know. Someday good will overcome evil. Until then…keep your head down.
ray ray

United States

#194 Sep 13, 2013
What's up folks? Hope life is treating you lovely brothers and sister lets enjoy the peace.
deb

Los Angeles, CA

#195 Sep 20, 2013
Stefan Rodriguez wrote:
Cleburne is the capital of the most corrupt political machine in the US. The criminal justice system has more people on probation per capita than anywhere else in the US with a minimum population of 100,000. It is there primary source of revenue as they have sent thousands of innocent men and women to prison all in the name of the law. The judges, lawyers, and people who work for their system will rot in hell one day and I am glad. Burn, burn, burn in a lake of fire you sorry mothers!!! I hate you all and pray for your damnation. May the fire of a thousand burning suns eat your soul alive and then the following day may it reset so that you may feel the pain all over. Why would anyone want to live in such a crappy little town? Your police can kiss my Mexican butt.
i agree johnson county the judges and the police are all big jokes judge jacobs iz the biggest. joke of alvarado and her lil possey lmao.
deb

Los Angeles, CA

#196 Sep 20, 2013
Brad wrote:
I used to live in cleburne I was a police officer for another city in the county. I feel that as a whole most people in cleburne are not willing to to change the situation. I did not like the politics anywhere in johnson county, but what everyone needs to remember is the citizens have the power to vote!!! Cleburne is a low income area so it is what it is either help make it better or move to a better city but remember better city equals more money to live there.
lol what good would it do too vote they put who they want in there and not enough ppl want to go against johnson county they are not stupid one man did it he went up againest em they found him dead two yrs later
deb

Los Angeles, CA

#197 Sep 20, 2013
gooseman68 wrote:
<quoted text> I agree with you on that part, I was born and raised in C-town, now live elsewhere, but aside from the corrupt politics it's not a bad place to live. I've seen worse.
u.no i strongley agreee judge jacobs just slapes the kids on the hand and says no no dont do that again in two months later they are bavk in her chambers and the same thing thats whsts wrong with the kids in this town is she oks drugs
deb

Los Angeles, CA

#198 Sep 20, 2013
Brad wrote:
I am not trying to upset anyone by saying this but everyone has to take responsability for the choices they make. Traffic enforcement everywhere in the county is really aggressive but is serves as drug interdiction. While I was working there what most people complained about was being stopped and that we were conducting speed traps when what we really wanted to do was stop the flow of drugs in the city. The average police officer in cleburne is really just trying to help people and make it a better place. But they need your help not just your criticism. Its easy to complain when others are trying to do all the work.
lol thats the biggest joke ive ever seen i had my laugh for the day.
deb

Los Angeles, CA

#199 Sep 20, 2013
ImtheOne wrote:
"I would like to why this town is any different than any other town in which a business could prosper and why are we killing any and all posibilities of people starting a business here?
I dont know about most of you but i see huge houses near the lake and down Country Club drive."
"Johnson County is one of the most, if not the most corrupt legal systems in the state of Texas"
--Jim Mattox former Attorney General Texas –(Texas Monthly)
That sums it up…Greed and love of money , power and evil.
Ask anyone here if they can tell you a few stories about Cleburne’s corruption. I think this has a lot to do why there is no progress here.
After being away for 30 yrs the only progress is the Civic Center. After 30 years and over 60 million in Stimulus money, billion dollar year tax base from gas/oil to name just a few. And only the civic center to show for it. Progress has not passed over Cleburne, it was just sucked up by the corrupt ones. No one has done anything about it because everyone knows…they will kill you, this we all know. Someday good will overcome evil. Until then…keep your head down.
so true soso true look at the man that they found dead in the homesteads a few yrs back that was messing for two yrs they comb the area for days never found him they did it with dogs and horse back and funny two yrs later his bones was where they looked for dsysss

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