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Buddy

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#1 Jul 6, 2012
Don't do business with these people.They will take your money then drop you at your first court appearance.When you ask them why,they want to say because the boss told them to do it,but they won't tell you who the boss is or how to reach him.Mike Maurer is the agent for them in Brinkley.One sorry S.O.B.. A sorry excuse for a man.Turns his back on his friends even though they helped him when HE needed it.So if you need a Bail Bondsman make sure you hire a real one.
just sayin'

Cabot, AR

#2 Jul 6, 2012
Shouldn't have ever needed bail in the 1st place!!
Buddy

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#3 Jul 7, 2012
You're right in a perfect world,( or an honest one) you shouldn't need a Bail Bondsman.However in Brinkley it's better that you do know an honest one.You shouldn't need DNA test either but it has proven many a man innocent.You must be REALLY IGNORANT to think that everyone the police lock up is guilty.Not so.Thats when the lawsuit starts.
Buddy

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#4 Jul 7, 2012
Nedding a Bail Bondsman doesn't mean your guilty.Your ignorance is showing,but this hasn't been the first time has it?A Bail Bondsman is only supposed to keep you from having to sit in jail untill you are PROVEN guilty.You see it's a-holes like you that think the police are always right.
just sayin'

Euless, TX

#5 Jul 7, 2012
Wrong!! It's a holes like me that think if you had your head in the right place and not in that situation, you would've never been there in the 1st place?!?!?!
A Hole

Bellevue, WA

#6 Jul 7, 2012
Im offended!
knowledge is good

Benton, AR

#7 Jul 7, 2012
curruption needs to be put on topix because what we don't know can hurt us.
Buddy

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#8 Jul 7, 2012
I remember a few years back a homeles man was arrested for murder at the rest area outside of Palestine.The murder took place in Brinkley.After sitting in jail for months the man was found to be innocent.I GUESS HIS HEAD WAS IN THE WRONG PLACE HUH,HO?He was there trying to stay warm."Just saying" from Katy, TX, seems to me you run your mouth about a whole lot that you don't know sh!t about.Not only are you a ho,but an ignorant one.Untill you have had your a$$ in jail,you're not qualified to speak on this matter.Not the first time you have shown your ignorance on here.Don't expect it to be your last.
Buddy

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#9 Jul 7, 2012
Oh, and by the way explain to me if you can just where is this right place for your head to be,to keep from being arrested in crooked a$$ Brinkley?Up under your a$$?Most likely thats where your man keeps his and his nuts in your purse.
hmm

United States

#10 Jul 7, 2012
As posted in the Mike Maurer thread: Sounds to me like a person who is angry because he/she is in trouble and cannot meet the obligations associated with his/her bond agreement, so he/she is striking out by making libelous statements against the bail bondsman.
Buddy

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#11 Jul 7, 2012
[QUOTE who="just sayin'"]Wrong!! It's a holes like me that think if you had your head in the right place and not in that situation, you would've never been there in the 1st place?!?!?![/QUOTE]

If you could run your family and raise your children to do right you wouldn't have time to run that big mouth of yours all the time.Being the pill popping alcoholic that you are,you don't have time to raise your child.So STFU,How you like me now????
just sayin'

Euless, TX

#12 Jul 7, 2012
Haha! What's funny to me is that you comment several times just from one of my comments. This means you are sitting around thinking about it way too much. I could honestly care less who is or isn't in jail or why they are there. I was just stating my opinion. That's what Topix is about!!
just sayin'

Euless, TX

#13 Jul 7, 2012
Buddy wrote:
[QUOTE who="just sayin'"]Wrong!! It's a holes like me that think if you had your head in the right place and not in that situation, you would've never been there in the 1st place?!?!?!"

If you could run your family and raise your children to do right you wouldn't have time to run that big mouth of yours all the time.Being the pill popping alcoholic that you are,you don't have time to raise your child.So STFU,How you like me now????


FYI, my kids are raised perfectly fine. They both have the same daddy, I don't drink nor do I 'pop pills'. Sooo, who's the dumb a$$ now?? Oh and how do I like you now?? Just as much as I did when u started the forum!!:)
Am I Wrong

Bellevue, WA

#14 Jul 7, 2012
Lived here for more than thirty years and never needed a bailbond. Am I unusual?
O My

Cabot, AR

#15 Jul 8, 2012
Buddy, you are wrong on the post about the guy arrested at the rest area. He pled guilty, to the murder. Al though most everyone steal think that he didn't do it, he insensate he did. I will agree with you I don't think he did it , The scum in Brinkley did it but all are dead
Buddy

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#16 Jul 8, 2012
O My wrote:
Buddy, you are wrong on the post about the guy arrested at the rest area. He pled guilty, to the murder. Al though most everyone steal think that he didn't do it, he insensate he did. I will agree with you I don't think he did it , The scum in Brinkley did it but all are dead
Like the west Memphis 3 he had to plead guilty in order for the state not to have to worry about being sued.My point being that he never would have been turned loose,had he not pleaded guilty,at least not without having to sit in jail even longer.Thats the reason for needing a Bail Bondsman,it has nothing to do with you being guilty of anything.Just keeps you from having to sit in filth untill they can git to you.I would be interested in knowing who did do this murder though.If you really know,or even your opinion.
Buddy

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#17 Jul 8, 2012
Am I Wrong wrote:
Lived here for more than thirty years and never needed a bailbond. Am I unusual?
No not unusual,lucky maybe,or you have one of those names linked with money.
Buddy

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#18 Jul 8, 2012
[QUOTE who="just sayin'"]Haha! What's funny to me is that you comment several times just from one of my comments. This means you are sitting around thinking about it way too much. I could honestly care less who is or isn't in jail or why they are there. I was just stating my opinion. That's what Topix is about!![/QUOTE]

I thought about it long enough to write type you an answer,bout 5 min..You're still ignorant.:)
Nope

Bellevue, WA

#19 Jul 8, 2012
Buddy wrote:
<quoted text>
No not unusual,lucky maybe,or you have one of those names linked with money.
Just never did anything to need a bailbond, how hard is that to do? Avoiding trouble aint hard to do or at least it aint for me.
Buddy

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#20 Jul 9, 2012
Nope wrote:
<quoted text>Just never did anything to need a bailbond, how hard is that to do? Avoiding trouble aint hard to do or at least it aint for me.
Aaww a runner.No,I guess it's not hard to do if you run from everything.Stay home and have no life.You must be a very boring person,no adventure.You're the knid of person that thinks everybody in prison is guilty.Am I right?:) That if the police or the newspaper says you did then you did it.Maybe a Bible thumper.Let me know when I'm getting close.

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