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Emergency Police Service (911) Blackouts in Hinsdale NH

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Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#1 Oct 20, 2013
Emergency Police services (911) Blackouts in Hinsdale NH

“10/19: So I put this blog entry up yesterday and the Hinsdale PD was checking in on me this mourning into seeing if I felt alright.

I published this entry yesterday (10/18/2013) at 5pm.”

Increasingly No Emergency Police Coverage In Hinsdale, NH
http://steamshovel2002.blogspot.com/
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#2 Oct 20, 2013
Don't forget to click on my interview with a Hinsdale resident on High Street Hinsdale.

He was a school buddy of of Dustin Curtiss.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#3 Oct 20, 2013
Within 12 hours on putting up this blog entry I was probed by the Hinsdale police for a possible DUI.

Lord knows I am a big sinner...but I haven't had a sip of booze in 33 years.

I am a recovering alcoholic who is always one sip of booze away from not being home for Christmas...
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#4 Oct 20, 2013
Well, I was probed by a Chesterfied police officer patrolling in Hinsdale...filling in for a overwealmed Hinsdale Police force.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#5 Oct 20, 2013
I'd rather be crazy than drunk?
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#6 Oct 20, 2013
Hinsdale Police: Message Received and Understood This morning (Saturday Oct 19, 2013@ 9 am).

We documented our police was on duty for a emergency 911 call at 6:16 am. I have the evidence we had police coverage. A police officer pulled me over for not dimming my light. I never seen police officer as I dealing with a more pressing issue of fixing a fogged front window. At least they don’t arrest me over another littering “Build New Bridge".

After you made me piss my pants again thinking I got another phony bench arrest...I got hearty laugh. I thought, oh well, it will only be a day and a half in the slammer. It was actually hilarious once my heart stopped cavitating and my pulse rate then became measurable again. Do you guys still got a sense of humor?

The wet spot on my cady’s seat happened when the officer put on his emergency lights at the corner of Monument Road and Route 119.

These guys do have a terrific sense of humor because it was a Chesterfield’s police officer and he used Chesterfield's warning citation paperwork...

See the warning ticket at:

http://steamshovel2002.blogspot.com/
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#7 Oct 20, 2013
Again, this policeman was very nice to me. He talked to me in a very nice manner. Remember Gallagher wanted to supply his police officers with personal recorded cameras. The micro camera would be on the officer’s person, as with a microphone recording our behaviors.

I thought it was a great idea...

So the car in front of me stopped, I stopped, then i slowly accelerated like a old man rolling through the stop sign. The road were mostly abandoned on saturday and 6 am...

The freakin cop was sure alert earlier in the mourning...

Efectively it was a good stop on the aims of police work...it is just the context that bothers me.

I actually don't mind them stopping me and making sure I am not drunk driving or involved in bigger illegal activity in any other times. If I was drunk and driving...I don't care what the police motivation is...I deserve being taking off the road and facing the court system. They would be fundimentally helping me regain control of my addiction...looking out for my best interest.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#8 Oct 20, 2013
This is one of the way I’ve learned to stay sober...I actively sabotage the drinking Mike Mulligan. I announce to everyone I am a serious alcoholic. If the drinking mike mulligan again shows up...I need you to help me regain my control of my addiction because I might not realize how bad the situation is. You need to sabotage the drinking Mike mulligan in any ways possible...the sober and mindful real mike mulligan gives you permission to do whatever it takes!

Don't pat me on the back like a good little boy...be as mean as possible to help me see the light of day. This is a battle over or for the
preservation of human life! Do it for my children and grandchilden.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#9 Oct 20, 2013
Does anyone get it, if a police officer catches me driving drunk just once...I’d probable have been driving dead drunk between 100 to 300 times in the past. In my case, I had probably been driving thousands of time dead drunk and many of them in blackout. I am such a threat to my community!
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#10 Oct 20, 2013
Please, don’t listen to me when I am drunk. I swear to god, I promise you ...if a police officer ever catches me driving drunk again...it might take me months. But one day I will walk into your police station and request to speak to the arresting police officer. I will look sincerely in your eyes, apologize to you if I was rude when I was drunk...I will thank you for saving my life. I will thank you for arresting me.

That is how you stay sober for 33 years with this terrible disease...
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#11 Oct 20, 2013
Or with a dark hole in your spirit or conscience...created by myself.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#12 Oct 20, 2013
One scenario is the Hinsdale police are going head hunting for me. They thought, it would be kind of uncivil if we are arrested him after all this blogger stuff. So they set it up where the Chesterfield police would patrol around my house. Maybe Hinsdale policeman briefed his Chesterfield police buddy by cell phone about the Mulligan situation.
I was riding a old 1989 red Cadillac Deville...this car stands out like a sore thumb. Got one headlight stronger than the other, clouded lens...it’s a typical alcoholic’s car. Me out early Saturday (06:15) mourning...must be coming home or leaving from a big Friday night bender.
I was out doing a favor for another person taking him to work in Putney Vermont. It has been a regular deal for many months...so I established a pattern.
So the cops just needed any old probable cause...the poor usually got tons of probable cause issues surrounding their lives. This cop got the probable cause with the dimmed headlights...went fishing for drunk driving charge.
When I got to into my car...it was dark and foggy. I usually on a Saturday don’t meet a soul on the Hinsdale road. The roads are curvy and hilly on Plain Road, it is a narrow road...thus my high beams were on. As my windows were getting more foggy, I was trying to the figure out what button to push. I haven’t used this car very much in the last six months. I do remember passing one car on Monument Road...I didn’t recognize it as a police car.
I have had issues with getting an inspection sticker. The last two cycles I’ve been months late in getting a new sticker. I had a good sticker on in this. I know I would just get a warning. On my passage on Plain Road and Monument Road over the years...we very seldom see any police offers.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#13 Oct 20, 2013
I am telling you guys, you are god dam lucky I am a seasoned whistleblower.

I can see an event through multiple perspectives...
LOL

Brattleboro, VT

#14 Oct 20, 2013
Mike Mulligan wrote:
I am telling you guys, you are god dam lucky I am a seasoned whistleblower.
I can see an event through multiple perspectives...
"You guys" are all lucky that you are so brilliant? Nobody is paying attention you idiot! Don't you get that? All of us, when we see a thread where its only you talking to yourself, post after post? We do what I just did, we just scroll down to the bottom of the list and tell you that you are an idiot. We don't read all your psychotic bi-polar ranting.

Really. You are only a legend, or a hero, in your own mind. Do a poll here, ask people who really reads through your posts. I promise it will be minimal. This here is all you just talking to yourself.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#15 Oct 20, 2013
You need to learn to love me!

I not sure I’d want any of you guys giving me a recommendation for anything. This is a sign I am spot on.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#16 Oct 20, 2013
I am at the stop sign at Monument Road and route 119. A car is in front of me. I glide through the stop sign with a right hand turn...I am heading to Brattleboro at 6:16 am on a Saturday (10/10/2013). I think I got a pretty consequential entry on my blog criticizing the Hinsdale police department publish not 12 hours earlier. I captured the bigger story behind it.

I make the turn when a police cruiser emergency lights turn on out of nowhere. I immediately think holy shit, this is my McNairy County Tennessee and Sheriff Pusser moment. What the hell have they got on me now to arrest me? The issues I recorded from the citizens of High street are ringing in my ears...one I put up on my blog. I am thinking, you got to control your temper and keep your cool.

I fumble about the car trying to figure out how to turn on my ceiling light on. I want the cop to be able to clearly see where my hands are and everything in the front seat. I see the cop getting close; I open up my driver door telling him my window doesn’t work. I spit out, is it ok to open up my door. He says sure.

He immediately gives me a little information speech I never heard before. I just got arrested by these guys, never heard this during that. He says this stop is being recorded by camera and voice. I tell him I don’t mind that at all...I welcome it. I say, it’s for your protection as well as mine. He pops off nicely...you don’t hear that too often. I get a lot guff because we are doing that. You know then, the license and registration, sir. He explains you didn’t dim your headlights on Plain Road when I passed you. Then you didn’t stop at the stop sign. I say “sorry”. Mr Mulligan, where are you off to this morning. I say I am picking up a friend in Brattleboro to take him to work. He’s got his head almost in my car seeing if he could smell alcohol. He was a really nice guy doing his job. He heads back to his car. I say to myself, hope I don’t have in more bum warrants out to arrest me. I saying more to myself, brace yourself this could be a very expensive ticket.

I leave my door open. It takes about five minutes...it felt like one hundred years. I hear him approaching the door...he says here you go and I see sheets of paper in his hand. He hands my license and reg. I thought I was getting a ticket. Then he says strangely, I am a Chesterfield police officer. Than when my mind starts going wild thinking Jesus Christ I just wrote about this last night on my blog. That is when he pops off, you are getting a warning. He then says, you got two new hire police officers in training at Concord, that why Chesterfield police department is filling for them. I get a thank you Mr. Mulligan, I give him back a thank you officer. Well, that’s most of what we talked about.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#17 Oct 20, 2013
It could be:
1) Coincidence. I don’t believe in coincidences.

2) Hinsdale police out to get me.

3) Local police trying to talk with me hoping I’d get the bigger picture out to the public of resource problems in the police department.
VY Family

Montpelier, VT

#18 Oct 20, 2013
I was once stopped by A Hinsdale police officer. He asked me why I failed to come to a complete stop. I said, "nobody was coming so I went". He told me to have a nice day.
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#19 Oct 23, 2013
Mike Mulligan wrote:
I am at the stop sign at Monument Road and route 119. A car is in front of me. I glide through the stop sign with a right hand turn...I am heading to Brattleboro at 6:16 am on a Saturday (10/10/2013). I think I got a pretty consequential entry on my blog criticizing the Hinsdale police department publish not 12 hours earlier. I captured the bigger story behind it.
I make the turn when a police cruiser emergency lights turn on out of nowhere. I immediately think holy shit, this is my McNairy County Tennessee and Sheriff Pusser moment. What the hell have they got on me now to arrest me? The issues I recorded from the citizens of High street are ringing in my ears...one I put up on my blog. I am thinking, you got to control your temper and keep your cool.
I fumble about the car trying to figure out how to turn on my ceiling light on. I want the cop to be able to clearly see where my hands are and everything in the front seat. I see the cop getting close; I open up my driver door telling him my window doesn’t work. I spit out, is it ok to open up my door. He says sure.
He immediately gives me a little information speech I never heard before. I just got arrested by these guys, never heard this during that. He says this stop is being recorded by camera and voice. I tell him I don’t mind that at all...I welcome it. I say, it’s for your protection as well as mine. He pops off nicely...you don’t hear that too often. I get a lot guff because we are doing that. You know then, the license and registration, sir. He explains you didn’t dim your headlights on Plain Road when I passed you. Then you didn’t stop at the stop sign. I say “sorry”. Mr Mulligan, where are you off to this morning. I say I am picking up a friend in Brattleboro to take him to work. He’s got his head almost in my car seeing if he could smell alcohol. He was a really nice guy doing his job. He heads back to his car. I say to myself, hope I don’t have in more bum warrants out to arrest me. I saying more to myself, brace yourself this could be a very expensive ticket.
I leave my door open. It takes about five minutes...it felt like one hundred years. I hear him approaching the door...he says here you go and I see sheets of paper in his hand. He hands my license and reg. I thought I was getting a ticket. Then he says strangely, I am a Chesterfield police officer. Than when my mind starts going wild thinking Jesus Christ I just wrote about this last night on my blog. That is when he pops off, you are getting a warning. He then says, you got two new hire police officers in training at Concord, that why Chesterfield police department is filling for them. I get a thank you Mr. Mulligan, I give him back a thank you officer. Well, that’s most of what we talked about.
http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2013/10/...
Mike Mulliga

Brattleboro, VT

#20 Oct 23, 2013
Of course, what I would ask, why isn’t all the selectmen’s meetings recorded and put up on the internet?

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