Inmate Assaults Deputy with a Brick

Inmate Assaults Deputy with a Brick

There are 39 comments on the WGRZ Buffalo story from Oct 9, 2007, titled Inmate Assaults Deputy with a Brick. In it, WGRZ Buffalo reports that:

A Chautauqua County Sheriff's corrections officer is recovering from head and face injuries after being attacked by an inmate.

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Since: Jul 07

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#26 Oct 16, 2007
Those who live in glass houses, shouldn't throw stones... You've been equally defensive and irritating... Because someone types "AZZZZ", doesn't make them any less ignorant than you. Stand by your man seems to be your motto? This guy IS a loser... He's IN JAIL (aside from the new charges), and assulted a CO, and you're justifying it... He is a moron, idiot, stupid, low-life, pathetic, waste of life... is that better? It doesn't take much to stay out of jail... BUT, with people like your friend, we (my family) reaps the benefits of them... As long as they keep goin' to jail, my husband has a job with great pay and excellent health benefits! So thank your friend for me.
Misty wrote:
so your vocabulary has expanded since your last message. I sure do wish I could be affended, but as an adult I've learned, "it all comes out in the wash." Maybe right now you get some kind of perverse "high," or feel like your going to get some kind of acclmation for your ignorance, it just isn't going to happen in this case. I wish you well with furthering your education and your vocabulary, as far as "he" is concerned, I will explain this in a way that maybe you might better understand... "the CO probably deserved it." I don't ever condone violence; so what happened there is between the CO and Darin, and it will stay there. Do you even wonder why he's ONLY being charged with second degree assult? You think that the CO had nothing to do with it?
REALLY?
Susie

Buffalo, NY

#27 Oct 16, 2007
Misty wrote:
There's a lot of crap going on in that jail that no one really wants to know about. What seems impossible doesn't mean it is impossible. I actually did my own research, and I have paper work after paper work to prove that they are "dirty." But who cares, right? "Someone in jail simply belongs in jail," right? Isn't that how it work. Sorry, but I have a degree, and several lawyers in the family; My degree is more then a mere proof of "training" or certification. I actually have a document that one of the gaurds "fabricated." If I wasn't educated enough to know how to identify a piece of official documentation, then I really should go back to school. By the way, they really should learn how to use miscrosoft word/office, the letterhead would have come out a lot better, and maybe even straight. Unfortunatly, everyone who needs to now already knows,now its just a waiting game.
So if you have done your research and have paper work to prove that the CO's are dirty in that jail..........PROVE IT!!! Scan and post!!!! But I bet you right here and now that you have NO proof of ANYTHING!!!

Since: Sep 07

Buffalo, NY

#28 Oct 16, 2007
Misty--Inmate=LOSER! That is what Darin is! Is it the CO's fault that He is in Jail---NO! There are RULES and regulations in and out of jail-- and OBVIOUSLY Darin cannot follow them! He will be a lifetime offender which means JOB SECURITY for CO's like Nicole's husband! So Thanks to LOSERS like Darin and the women who support them for helping to keep The Department of Corrections a Profitable business and a Secure job to have!
P.S.
Have you put any money into his Commissary today? You'd better because he is going to be there for a LONG TIME! You'd better get accustomed to those COLLECT calls too! That's all the contact you'll be having with him for a while--Oh, I FORGOT--He will probably get thrown into The BOX for the Assault--which means he CANNOT make any phone calls and will be LOCKED in 23 hours a day! Better stock up on the writing paper,stamps and envelopes! SUCKS to be Darin!!
Misty wrote:
so your vocabulary has expanded since your last message. I sure do wish I could be affended, but as an adult I've learned, "it all comes out in the wash." Maybe right now you get some kind of perverse "high," or feel like your going to get some kind of acclmation for your ignorance, it just isn't going to happen in this case. I wish you well with furthering your education and your vocabulary, as far as "he" is concerned, I will explain this in a way that maybe you might better understand... "the CO probably deserved it." I don't ever condone violence; so what happened there is between the CO and Darin, and it will stay there. Do you even wonder why he's ONLY being charged with second degree assult? You think that the CO had nothing to do with it?
REALLY?
Misty

Buffalo, NY

#29 Nov 1, 2007
First of all, if you knew what reports I was talking about, you'd know that they were typed, and given by the courts, not the CO's or correctional facility. Also, I come from a family with several lawyers, and looking at this from both side, it doesn't seem logical what actually happened in comparison to what has been said "happened." So, unfortunately I am unable to come to the same conclusion as the rest of you because I lack "water-cooler" logic. I am unable to form an opinion based on simply how I feel. What I feel and what is right and supported by evidence can contrast in many different ways, but I'm sure you already knew that. It is easy to simply "feel" something, but it is ignorant to use what you feel as an argument. I'm so glad none of you are my lawyer or jury; I'd be screwed.
It really does explain a lot; the jails are filled with people that are innocent all because someone like you had a "hunch" or a "feeling." If it wasn't for DNA, people like you would have killed innocent people all because you had a "feeling." It's hard to be wrong, especially when you made it public that you really "felt like you were right." What a dis-grace-ful way to live. At this point I understand that you have stated your "opinion" and have not considered all the possiblities, but have only considered what you "feel" and "heard." Which is non-sense and has led me to the belief that continuing this debate with you would only make me stupid, and unlike yourselve I am in constant search of knowledge and understanding of the world around; but if I happen to run into a study contianing titles such as "the effects of ignorance on society" or "how our 5th graders are smarter then the citizen running andd maintaing the judicial system" then I will be sure to let you know, because you are all great candidates. Good luck to you and your "dumbing down of America" quest.
phuck da PoLice

Gowanda, NY

#30 Nov 1, 2007
yeah boy phuck those fat eass donut eating turds.
F da police

and F the hacks too
theyre as dirty as the scum they babysit
sick of it

Medina, NY

#31 Nov 1, 2007
Misty wrote:
First of all, if you knew what reports I was talking about, you'd know that they were typed, and given by the courts, not the CO's or correctional facility. Also, I come from a family with several lawyers, and looking at this from both side, it doesn't seem logical what actually happened in comparison to what has been said "happened." So, unfortunately I am unable to come to the same conclusion as the rest of you because I lack "water-cooler" logic. I am unable to form an opinion based on simply how I feel. What I feel and what is right and supported by evidence can contrast in many different ways, but I'm sure you already knew that. It is easy to simply "feel" something, but it is ignorant to use what you feel as an argument. I'm so glad none of you are my lawyer or jury; I'd be screwed.
It really does explain a lot; the jails are filled with people that are innocent all because someone like you had a "hunch" or a "feeling." If it wasn't for DNA, people like you would have killed innocent people all because you had a "feeling." It's hard to be wrong, especially when you made it public that you really "felt like you were right." What a dis-grace-ful way to live. At this point I understand that you have stated your "opinion" and have not considered all the possiblities, but have only considered what you "feel" and "heard." Which is non-sense and has led me to the belief that continuing this debate with you would only make me stupid, and unlike yourselve I am in constant search of knowledge and understanding of the world around; but if I happen to run into a study contianing titles such as "the effects of ignorance on society" or "how our 5th graders are smarter then the citizen running andd maintaing the judicial system" then I will be sure to let you know, because you are all great candidates. Good luck to you and your "dumbing down of America" quest.
Here's hoping your constant search for knowledge eventually leads you to a dictionary!
Misty

Buffalo, NY

#32 Nov 2, 2007
Iím surprised you know what a dictionary is.
former Buffalo Homeowner

Espanola, NM

#33 Nov 2, 2007
Bill wrote:
Why dont the guards show this guy some manners?
LOL , I am sure that they will
sick of it

Medina, NY

#34 Nov 2, 2007
Save your feeble-minded attempts at insulting anyone who disagrees with you and go back to pining away for your "boo" in the big house. Be carful though, he may be more interested in "receiving deliveries at the rear entrance" by the time he gets out.
AKJ

Americus, GA

#35 Nov 2, 2007
What a shame.
blondjeepster99

United States

#36 Nov 2, 2007
It is my belief that all prisoners are to turn with their backs facing the guard, wherein they are handcuffed and then led out of their cells to be transported. If this is not standard it should be for everyone's saftey.
It goes to say that the interior of the the inmate's cell must be in horific condition to have walls crumbling, wherein he was able to free a piece of cement to attack the officer.
I can hope that the proper masonary work will be attened to and the officer in question heals well. The inmate should be charged for this attack and any further time be added to sentence. Co's have a hard enough job without being attacked by those they swear to keep safe from each other.
former Buffalo Homeowner

Espanola, NM

#38 Nov 3, 2007
phuck da PoLice wrote:
yeah boy phuck those fat eass donut eating turds.
F da police
and F the hacks too
theyre as dirty as the scum they babysit
From the tone of your post it sounds like you have had personal experiance with the priaon system....not to worry with that attitude you will again
don white

United States

#39 Nov 3, 2007
SOUNDS LIKE THE MOTIVATION FOR THIS ATTACK WAS INMATE HARASSMENT BUT THAT IS PART OF THE "GAME" IN PRISON. WE NEED THE WHOLE STORY TOLD BY THE MEDIA.
Jim

Espanola, NM

#40 Nov 5, 2007
don white wrote:
SOUNDS LIKE THE MOTIVATION FOR THIS ATTACK WAS INMATE HARASSMENT BUT THAT IS PART OF THE "GAME" IN PRISON. WE NEED THE WHOLE STORY TOLD BY THE MEDIA.
Yea, the media will help alot.....LOL How so you justify an INMATE attacing a guard?
Jim

Espanola, NM

#41 Nov 5, 2007
sorry,
so how can you justify
local

Jamestown, NY

#42 Apr 7, 2012
Misty wrote:
so your vocabulary has expanded since your last message. I sure do wish I could be affended, but as an adult I've learned, "it all comes out in the wash." Maybe right now you get some kind of perverse "high," or feel like your going to get some kind of acclmation for your ignorance, it just isn't going to happen in this case. I wish you well with furthering your education and your vocabulary, as far as "he" is concerned, I will explain this in a way that maybe you might better understand... "the CO probably deserved it." I don't ever condone violence; so what happened there is between the CO and Darin, and it will stay there. Do you even wonder why he's ONLY being charged with second degree assult? You think that the CO had nothing to do with it?
REALLY?
in a later post you mention to someone what a dictionary is and you've stated how educated you are? i'm pretty sure by the fifth grade i could spell "offended". and to be a co you have to at least have an associates or have been in the military.
there are cameras everywhere in that jail except in the cells so i'm sure the lawyer would see them. the inmates up there have more rights then the cos who get hardly any recognition as it is besides having to deal with the local scum.
all the cos besides rookies pretty much go by give me respect and i will you same for the ones who always want to start something.
son ot tbird

Buffalo, NY

#43 Apr 7, 2012
Prisoners are good people. It is wrong that the governor now demands that the are referred to as Offenders!
mofo

Dunkirk, NY

#44 Apr 13, 2014
The guard deserved it.....look him up on Google.not the model citizen.arrested for public intoxication. Sleeps with married woman and broke up a family with kids involved. County should be proud to have workers like that.
mofo

Dunkirk, NY

#45 Apr 13, 2014
The guard deserved it. He's a piece of shit who thinks he's all that. Nothing but a drunk and sleeps with married woman and breaks up family.just Google him.first thing that pops up is hilarious. County should be proud of there employees.

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