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NO TRIAL

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#1 Apr 12, 2013
JUST heard on Channel 9 news that Josh Greeson is pleading guilty at a hearing this morning!
DAN

Chatsworth, GA

#2 Apr 12, 2013
NO TRIAL wrote:
JUST heard on Channel 9 news that Josh Greeson is pleading guilty at a hearing this morning!
Three down and the ring leader is next and from what
's going around there may very well be another one coming out that said yes ,but is wanting in on the money anyway and she will get it if she sticks to her guns.
Citizen

United States

#3 Apr 12, 2013
Common Sense in Chattown

Summerville, GA

#4 Apr 12, 2013
DAN wrote:
<quoted text>Three down and the ring leader is next and from what
's going around there may very well be another one coming out that said yes ,but is wanting in on the money anyway and she will get it if she sticks to her guns.
It wouldnt surprise me if over half these no good, money hungry, sac chasing, back stabbing, fake ass people in this town jumped on the band wagon in this matter, yet it does surprise me at how ignorant and easily led they are by the media and hearsay, which is why I wouldnt be surprised if most of them tried to ride. Makes one wonder just how many idiots they are really surrounded by. Scary actually. I grew up here, therefore know most the originals. but all these fly by nights that have just landed here, i dont know. And I truly hope most of the posters on here are made up of the ones who just flew in. Because I hate to think that the originals of this town, are as ignorant as this case has shown alot of people on here to be. How can you believe something is true, just because the news said it? Do you not realize that the media graps bits and pieces of whatever they can about a case, conjure up their own story from it, and then print it or report it on a news station? Thats why its called -news- not something like - absolute true and correct happenings. Just saying.....
Joe

Chatsworth, GA

#5 Apr 13, 2013
Common Sense in Chattown wrote:
<quoted text> It wouldnt surprise me if over half these no good, money hungry, sac chasing, back stabbing, fake ass people in this town jumped on the band wagon in this matter, yet it does surprise me at how ignorant and easily led they are by the media and hearsay, which is why I wouldnt be surprised if most of them tried to ride. Makes one wonder just how many idiots they are really surrounded by. Scary actually. I grew up here, therefore know most the originals. but all these fly by nights that have just landed here, i dont know. And I truly hope most of the posters on here are made up of the ones who just flew in. Because I hate to think that the originals of this town, are as ignorant as this case has shown alot of people on here to be. How can you believe something is true, just because the news said it? Do you not realize that the media graps bits and pieces of whatever they can about a case, conjure up their own story from it, and then print it or report it on a news station? Thats why its called -news- not something like - absolute true and correct happenings. Just saying.....
I can't really tell who you hate the most the new comers are the people that have lived here all of their lives .I also have lived here all of my life and I cannot think of anything worse than crooked lawenforcement officers,all should be hung by the bal*s and they most likely will be by a real judge named Harold Murphy in Rome.I hope.
Doubtful

Chatsworth, GA

#6 Apr 13, 2013
Joe wrote:
all should be hung by the bal*s and they most likely will be by a real judge named Harold Murphy in Rome.I hope.
I also hope justice is served ...but i doubt it will be.
hopeful

Dalton, GA

#7 Apr 13, 2013
Doubtful wrote:
<quoted text>I also hope justice is served ...but i doubt it will be.
I am hoping that the planted drugs charge goes all the way up to Ray Sitton and ex-sheriff Ensley. They knew what was going on. Sitton is also kinfolk to Cochran or Henderson. And I also hope the pre-signed warrants go all the way up to Sam West, obviously the one detective that would need a pre-signed warrant at night when a judge could not be reached to sign one.
Sad

Carrollton, GA

#8 Apr 13, 2013
hopeful wrote:
<quoted text>
I am hoping that the planted drugs charge goes all the way up to Ray Sitton and ex-sheriff Ensley. They knew what was going on. Sitton is also kinfolk to Cochran or Henderson. And I also hope the pre-signed warrants go all the way up to Sam West, obviously the one detective that would need a pre-signed warrant at night when a judge could not be reached to sign one.
I do believe they will be justice and a lot more was involved.. There's a lot of people I hear saying how sad it is for the deputies and Cochrans family, yea its sad but look at the Garmleys.. Not only have they dealt with this for months, & people putting them down, this has been a hard 3 years for them.. In 2009 on Easter Angela's brother (waylon hackney) was the missing boater that drowned in the Conasaga river. She was very close to her brother i heard.!And a few weeks before his drowning Angela's 2 oldest kids father shot hisself, and a few months after the drowning of her brother they found her uncle dead. So this family has went threw hell and hurt., And now them crooked cops & judge put them threw this.. God bless them and their in my prayers.
Joe

Summerville, GA

#9 Apr 14, 2013
Sad wrote:
<quoted text>
I do believe they will be justice and a lot more was involved.. There's a lot of people I hear saying how sad it is for the deputies and Cochrans family, yea its sad but look at the Garmleys.. Not only have they dealt with this for months, & people putting them down, this has been a hard 3 years for them.. In 2009 on Easter Angela's brother (waylon hackney) was the missing boater that drowned in the Conasaga river. She was very close to her brother i heard.!And a few weeks before his drowning Angela's 2 oldest kids father shot hisself, and a few months after the drowning of her brother they found her uncle dead. So this family has went threw hell and hurt., And now them crooked cops & judge put them threw this.. God bless them and their in my prayers.
I agree.
Joe

Summerville, GA

#10 Apr 14, 2013
hopeful wrote:
<quoted text>
I am hoping that the planted drugs charge goes all the way up to Ray Sitton and ex-sheriff Ensley. They knew what was going on. Sitton is also kinfolk to Cochran or Henderson. And I also hope the pre-signed warrants go all the way up to Sam West, obviously the one detective that would need a pre-signed warrant at night when a judge could not be reached to sign one.
I don't want to get anyone involved that did not do anything wrong ,that would make us just like Cochran,but ,I don't know for sure either but ,I would be willing to bet a lot of presigned warrents were served and a lot of people may have went to jail illegally.It is really a sad thing ,but I think all of lawenforcement is this way to a degree,just haven't been caught yet,but when they are ,I think they should be treated just a child killer.
GAL

Chatsworth, GA

#11 Apr 14, 2013
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want to get anyone involved that did not do anything wrong ,that would make us just like Cochran,but ,I don't know for sure either but ,I would be willing to bet a lot of presigned warrents were served and a lot of people may have went to jail illegally.It is really a sad thing ,but I think all of lawenforcement is this way to a degree,just haven't been caught yet,but when they are ,I think they should be treated just a child killer.
You DO like to hear yourself talk,don't you?
Have you heard ANYWHERE that any pre-signed warrants were USED????
I didn't think so.
Why don't you go apply for a position at the MCSO?
I mean,since you're so gun ho about knowing so much and
what you think should be done to everyone else around.
Maybe you think you could straighten them all out.
hopeful

Dalton, GA

#12 Apr 14, 2013
GAL wrote:
<quoted text>You DO like to hear yourself talk,don't you?
Have you heard ANYWHERE that any pre-signed warrants were USED????
I didn't think so.
Why don't you go apply for a position at the MCSO?
I mean,since you're so gun ho about knowing so much and
what you think should be done to everyone else around.
Maybe you think you could straighten them all out.
I did work for them and I know pre-signed were used. And the two top men knew about it.
Sterling

Maryville, TN

#13 Apr 14, 2013
Well here's a dumbas$$ who doesn't know how things work. The judges are on call 24/7 and can be reached whenever they are needed to sign a warrant.
hopeful wrote:
<quoted text>
And I also hope the pre-signed warrants go all the way up to Sam West, obviously the one detective that would need a pre-signed warrant at night when a judge could not be reached to sign one.
hopeful

Dalton, GA

#14 Apr 15, 2013
Sterling wrote:
<quoted text>Well here's a dumbas$$ who doesn't know how things work. The judges are on call 24/7 and can be reached whenever they are needed to sign a warrant.
Yeah, dumbass, but if the detective is in the far south end of Murray and arrests a meth head and tells the detective where he bought it, the detective doesn't have to call a judge in the middle of the night and wait hours to get a warrant signed. He just pulls out a pre-signed one and does a search. Each drug detective carried two or three signed warrants with them at all times. That has probably changed now. They used what was called a "John doe" warrant in the past. Those were made illegal so they convinced judges to pre-sign them. Maybe it is you that don't know how things work.
GAL

Chatsworth, GA

#15 Apr 15, 2013
hopeful wrote:
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Yeah, dumbass, but if the detective is in the far south end of Murray and arrests a meth head and tells the detective where he bought it, the detective doesn't have to call a judge in the middle of the night and wait hours to get a warrant signed. He just pulls out a pre-signed one and does a search. Each drug detective carried two or three signed warrants with them at all times. That has probably changed now. They used what was called a "John doe" warrant in the past. Those were made illegal so they convinced judges to pre-sign them. Maybe it is you that don't know how things work.
You say you DID work at the SO...must have been Whitfield Co.
In any case,it wasn't you that my comment was made for.
I've never seen it take HOURS to get a judge to the jail if one was needed.You're a bit confusing in the comment I'm responding to.
You say,quote>> "the detective is in the far south end of Murray and arrests a meth head and tells the detective where he bought it, the detective doesn't have to call a judge" to get a warrant.
Just HOW many detectives are in this story???
Or was it the 'user' that was telling where he bought the stuff???
If that was the case do you really expect anyone to believe that RIGHT then and there that detective is going to go search the supposed 'sellers' home with nothing to go on except his prisoners say so???
I don't think so!!Maybe you need to put your thinking story telling hat back on and start over with this one.
hopeful

United States

#16 Apr 15, 2013
GAL wrote:
<quoted text>You say you DID work at the SO...must have been Whitfield Co.
In any case,it wasn't you that my comment was made for.
I've never seen it take HOURS to get a judge to the jail if one was needed.You're a bit confusing in the comment I'm responding to.
You say,quote>> "the detective is in the far south end of Murray and arrests a meth head and tells the detective where he bought it, the detective doesn't have to call a judge" to get a warrant.
Just HOW many detectives are in this story???
Or was it the 'user' that was telling where he bought the stuff???
If that was the case do you really expect anyone to believe that RIGHT then and there that detective is going to go search the supposed 'sellers' home with nothing to go on except his prisoners say so???
I don't think so!!Maybe you need to put your thinking story telling hat back on and start over with this one.
No I worked for MCSO. And I know.
GAL

Chatsworth, GA

#17 Apr 15, 2013
hopeful wrote:
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No I worked for MCSO. And I know.
I see no comment on any of the rest of that post.
It's amazing how everyone picks JUST what they want to pay attention to and nothing else.
hopeful

Dalton, GA

#18 Apr 15, 2013
GAL wrote:
<quoted text>I see no comment on any of the rest of that post.
It's amazing how everyone picks JUST what they want to pay attention to and nothing else.
If an arrest is in upper end or lower end of county and the officer or detective makes a drug arrest and if the arrestee tells the officer or detective where he purchased the drugs if the officer or detective will let him go so that the officer or detective can do a raid on a dealer immediately the officer or detective will do that so that he does not have to drive the prisoner to the jail and wait for a judge in the middle of the night to issue a warrant. That is when he would need a blank warrant already signed. If you think this happened in Murray county then are one naive person. It has happened a lot.
GAL

Chatsworth, GA

#19 Apr 16, 2013
hopeful wrote:
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If an arrest is in upper end or lower end of county and the officer or detective makes a drug arrest and if the arrestee tells the officer or detective where he purchased the drugs if the officer or detective will let him go so that the officer or detective can do a raid on a dealer immediately the officer or detective will do that so that he does not have to drive the prisoner to the jail and wait for a judge in the middle of the night to issue a warrant. That is when he would need a blank warrant already signed. If you think this happened in Murray county then are one naive person. It has happened a lot.
Like I said before
I can't imagine an officer
letting a guilty person go
for information that he has no way
of knowing if it's true or not.
I'm pretty sure that when they get that type of information
that they tend to check it out before they pull a full on raid.
It would be kind of fruitless to let someone go
and drive up to a house where no one in it
has anything to do with drugs
because someone gave a wrong name or address
just so they'd be let go.
Without verifying that information
it would be totally dumb (with a capital D)
to act on it.
So...no warrant needed till it's verified.
Makes more sense that way,doesn't it??
I thought so.
hopeful

Dalton, GA

#20 Apr 16, 2013
GAL wrote:
<quoted text>Like I said before
I can't imagine an officer
letting a guilty person go
for information that he has no way
of knowing if it's true or not.
I'm pretty sure that when they get that type of information
that they tend to check it out before they pull a full on raid.
It would be kind of fruitless to let someone go
and drive up to a house where no one in it
has anything to do with drugs
because someone gave a wrong name or address
just so they'd be let go.
Without verifying that information
it would be totally dumb (with a capital D)
to act on it.
So...no warrant needed till it's verified.
Makes more sense that way,doesn't it??
I thought so.
They do it all the time. Think about it how do they find the dealers and why do the users never get prison time when they go to court. They make deals.

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