Man sentenced to 33 years for Oklahom...

Man sentenced to 33 years for Oklahoma bank heists

There are 73 comments on the KCTV5 story from Aug 1, 2012, titled Man sentenced to 33 years for Oklahoma bank heists. In it, KCTV5 reports that:

A Coffeyville, Kan., man has been sentenced to 33 years and one month in prison for armed robberies at two Tulsa banks.

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Dixon B Tweenerbuns

Bartlesville, OK

#45 Aug 4, 2012
Retired Sarg wrote:
I got the following the internet:
BLACK vs WHITE VIOLENCE: The statistics
The New Century Foundation made a study of Federal Crime Ratio between races. This study can be reviewed on http://www.examiner.com/ . Using links and mathematical extrapolation formula, it was stated that the judicial was emphatically not biased against minorities.
Some of the finding's comparison between the races are as follow:
1. Blacks are seven times more likely to commit murder.
2. Blacks are eight times more likely to commit robbery.
3. Blacks are three times more likely to use a hand gun.
4. Blacks are two times more likely to use a knife.
5. Blacks are thirty-nine times more likely to commit a violent crime against whites.
6. Blacks are one hundred and thirty-six times more likely to commit robberty agains whites.
7. Blacks are only seven times more likely to go to prison than whites.
8. From 1980 to 2003 U.S. incarceration has tripled.
You forgot blacks are 99.9% more likely to be shot by shop keepers because we're tired of this shit.
Dixon B Tweenerbuns

Bartlesville, OK

#46 Aug 4, 2012
Robert L Lorth wrote:
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Although the obvious first reaction to this (assuming the data is being analyzed properly) would be to figure that blacks are just more violent, studies will also show that the lower the income level of an individua and the poor the neighborhood in which he lives,, the more likely that individual is to commit a violent crime. Since there isn't much doubt that (per capita) blacks are much poorer than whites - it isn't that surprising that they might be found to be more likely to commit violent crimes. I believe the correct conclusion would be to say that poor people are more violent rather than black people are more violent, though.
Another interesting fact - violent crime rates have been stagnate for awhile and are now at levels we had in the 60's. From media reporting crime - I usually end up with this 'feeling' that crime is much worse now than it used to be - odd to find out that it really isn't.
Yeah and you're Santa too.
2cents

Wichita, KS

#47 Aug 4, 2012
H8TR wrote:
<quoted text>they will find a way to blame whitey
Hopefully they will find a way to forgive their father and live a happy, healthy, and productive life.

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#48 Aug 5, 2012
Dixon B Tweenerbuns wrote:
<quoted text>Misfortune is when you try to do good and things don't go your way. Misfortune is NOT getting caught stealin or robbing. Turkey brain.

There is no excuse for posting nonsense like this. You have an Internet connection - look it up.

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#49 Aug 5, 2012
Dixon B Tweenerbuns wrote:
<quoted text>Misfortune is when you try to do good and things don't go your way. Misfortune is NOT getting caught stealin or robbing. Turkey brain.
I appreciate your help Dixon. You know however since you have disagreed with the "Hall Moniter" you won't receive any more hall passes. Having overstated the obvious 'misforfune is NOT getting caught stealing or robbing. Spot on response.

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#50 Aug 5, 2012
The Sultan of Swing wrote:
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I appreciate your help Dixon. You know however since you have disagreed with the "Hall Moniter" you won't receive any more hall passes. Having overstated the obvious 'misforfune is NOT getting caught stealing or robbing. Spot on response.
Perhaps if you two would have spent a little more time in class instead of roaming the halls brandishing your "Hall Passes" - you wouldn't require lessons in how to understand English.

Be that as it may - a Doctor Goes Where Needed and you two really seem to need me.

English Lesson 1

Step 1 - Read the sentence.

Taking delight at someone's misfortune, even if brought on by themselves, doesn't strike me as very "Christian-like". 

Step 2 - Look up the word that confuses you.

Misfortune - N
1. evil fortune; bad luck
2. an unfortunate or disastrous event; calamity

Step 3 - See if it makes sense - if still uncertain, try to replace the word with words in the definition.

Taking delight at someone's bad luck, even if brought on by themselves, doesn't strike me as very "Christian-like". 

Now, I know you both are probably anxious to start typing back that it isn't bad luck if the person caused the problem - so here is where you have to notice the comma and the next 6 words in the sentence - "even if brought on by themselves"......... oh dear, I bet I've completely lost you both by throwing in that fancy punctuation stuff. 

Let me try this - I am so sorry for using such big words.

 I will try not to do that again.
Dixon B Tweenerbuns

Bartlesville, OK

#51 Aug 5, 2012
Robert L Lorth wrote:
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Perhaps if you two would have spent a little more time in class instead of roaming the halls brandishing your "Hall Passes" - you wouldn't require lessons in how to understand English.
Be that as it may - a Doctor Goes Where Needed and you two really seem to need me.
English Lesson 1
Step 1 - Read the sentence.
Taking delight at someone's misfortune, even if brought on by themselves, doesn't strike me as very "Christian-like". 
Step 2 - Look up the word that confuses you.
Misfortune - N
1. evil fortune; bad luck
2. an unfortunate or disastrous event; calamity
Step 3 - See if it makes sense - if still uncertain, try to replace the word with words in the definition.
Taking delight at someone's bad luck, even if brought on by themselves, doesn't strike me as very "Christian-like". 
Now, I know you both are probably anxious to start typing back that it isn't bad luck if the person caused the problem - so here is where you have to notice the comma and the next 6 words in the sentence - "even if brought on by themselves"......... oh dear, I bet I've completely lost you both by throwing in that fancy punctuation stuff. 
Let me try this - I am so sorry for using such big words.
 I will try not to do that again.
Did you start your period today Robert?
Henry

Coffeyville, KS

#52 Aug 5, 2012
Robert L Lorth wrote:
<quoted text>
Taking delight at someone's misfortune, even if brought on by themselves, doesn't strike me as very "Christian-like".
The problem is that most people who claim to be Christians are frauds. Stop wasting your time on them. The social scientists say:

"White Evangelical Christians are the group least likely to support politicians or policies that reflect the actual teachings of Jesus. It is perhaps one of the strangest, most dumb-founding ironies in contemporary American culture. Evangelical Christians, who most fiercely proclaim to have a personal relationship with Christ, who most confidently declare their belief that the Bible is the inerrant word of God, who go to church on a regular basis, pray daily, listen to Christian music, and place God and His Only Begotten Son at the center of their lives, are simultaneously the very people most likely to reject his teachings and despise his radical message.

Jesus unambiguously preached mercy and forgiveness. These are supposed to be cardinal virtues of the Christian faith. And yet Evangelicals are the most supportive of the death penalty, draconian sentencing, punitive punishment over rehabilitation, and the governmental use of torture. Jesus exhorted humans to be loving, peaceful, and non-violent. And yet Evangelicals are the group of Americans most supportive of easy-access weaponry, little-to-no regulation of handgun and semi-automatic gun ownership, not to mention the violent military invasion of various countries around the world. Jesus was very clear that the pursuit of wealth was inimical to the Kingdom of God, that the rich are to be condemned, and that to be a follower of Him means to give one's money to the poor. And yet Evangelicals are the most supportive of corporate greed and capitalistic excess, and they are the most opposed to institutional help for the nation's poor -- especially poor children. They hate anything that smacks of "socialism," even though that is essentially what their Savior preached. They despise food stamp programs, subsidies for schools, hospitals, job training -- anything that might dare to help out those in need. Even though helping out those in need was exactly what Jesus urged humans to do. In short, Evangelicals are that segment of America which is the most pro-militaristic, pro-gun, and pro-corporate, while simultaneously claiming to be most ardent lovers of the Prince of Peace."

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#53 Aug 5, 2012
Henry wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem is that most people who claim to be Christians are frauds. Stop wasting your time on them. The social scientists say:
"White Evangelical Christians are the group least likely to support politicians or policies that reflect the actual teachings of Jesus. It is perhaps one of the strangest, most dumb-founding ironies in contemporary American culture. Evangelical Christians, who most fiercely proclaim to have a personal relationship with Christ, who most confidently declare their belief that the Bible is the inerrant word of God, who go to church on a regular basis, pray daily, listen to Christian music, and place God and His Only Begotten Son at the center of their lives, are simultaneously the very people most likely to reject his teachings and despise his radical message.
Jesus unambiguously preached mercy and forgiveness. These are supposed to be cardinal virtues of the Christian faith. And yet Evangelicals are the most supportive of the death penalty, draconian sentencing, punitive punishment over rehabilitation, and the governmental use of torture. Jesus exhorted humans to be loving, peaceful, and non-violent. And yet Evangelicals are the group of Americans most supportive of easy-access weaponry, little-to-no regulation of handgun and semi-automatic gun ownership, not to mention the violent military invasion of various countries around the world. Jesus was very clear that the pursuit of wealth was inimical to the Kingdom of God, that the rich are to be condemned, and that to be a follower of Him means to give one's money to the poor. And yet Evangelicals are the most supportive of corporate greed and capitalistic excess, and they are the most opposed to institutional help for the nation's poor -- especially poor children. They hate anything that smacks of "socialism," even though that is essentially what their Savior preached. They despise food stamp programs, subsidies for schools, hospitals, job training -- anything that might dare to help out those in need. Even though helping out those in need was exactly what Jesus urged humans to do. In short, Evangelicals are that segment of America which is the most pro-militaristic, pro-gun, and pro-corporate, while simultaneously claiming to be most ardent lovers of the Prince of Peace."
It is mind-boggling indeed.

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#54 Aug 5, 2012
Dixon B Tweenerbuns wrote:
<quoted text>Did you start your period today Robert?

Trying to see if our cycles are the same?
Dixon B Tweenerbuns

Bartlesville, OK

#55 Aug 5, 2012
Robert L Lorth wrote:
<quoted text>
Trying to see if our cycles are the same?
No, mine's a Harley.
Wow

Aransas Pass, TX

#59 Aug 5, 2012
He took advantage of someone with a low IQ, and mental disabilities like that? It takes a sick person to do that. I hope he spends the rest of his life in prison.
YungP

Aransas Pass, TX

#60 Aug 5, 2012
Dats some shit doe. He finna serve at lease 85% of dat sentince. Fed prison don't play around.
beentheir

Rossville, KS

#61 Aug 7, 2012
YungP wrote:
Dats some shit doe. He finna serve at lease 85% of dat sentince. Fed prison don't play around.
and thats if he dont lose any good time!
SHAME

Coffeyville, KS

#62 Aug 7, 2012
HE WRONG AND SHOULD BE PUNISHED YES BUT 33YEARS COME ON NOW WE HAVE PEOPLE THAT MOLEST KIDS AND KILL PEOPLE AND GET LESS TIME ASS FOR THE WHITE GENTLEMAN INVOLVED HE WASN'T SLOW HE JUST WANTED TO GET HIGH GOT CAUGHT AND TURNED FEDERAL INFORMANT TO GET LESS TIME YOU PEOPLE HAVE TO SMARTER READ BETWEEN THE LINES THE WHITE GENTLEMAN GOT ALMOST 2YEARS IF HE WAS THAT RETARTED CHARGES WOULD HAVE BEEN DROPPED CALVIN WAS WHO THEY WANTED AND BEEN WANTING FOR PREVIOUS CRIMES SO LETS NOT THINK THE WHITE GENTLEMAN IS INNOCENT AS FOF THE TEENAGER HE WAS LIL HARD HEAD I KNOW HIM PERSONALY HE TRIED TP GET COOL POINTS AND BROKE UNDER PRESSURE AND WAS ALSO GIVEN A DEAL SHAKING MY HEAD AT YOU PEOPLE JUST BELIEVE ANYTHING PEOPLE WROTE LOL

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#63 Aug 7, 2012
Robert L Lorth wrote:
<quoted text>
Misfortune - N
1. evil fortune; bad luck
2. an unfortunate or disastrous event; calamity
You should be in better control of your own super intellect, advanced powers of observation, and yes... your faulty vocabulary. The mere use of the word 'misfortune' is a stretch... even for you. The act of robbing a bank is not 'misfortune' and can not; in any world except yours, be construed as a misstep or a mishap. You know the more education a person has the the quicker their common sense meter drops into obscurity. You keep patting your super ego on the the back there Sigmund. I'm still laughing at this dumb-ass. In addition I have similar sentiments for those who are feeling sorry for him and making excuses for him. Neither of which am I remotely stating that you have done. Having stated the obvious again, your opinion is also not the only one here. I know you feel the need to flex your mental, and moral superiority however, the entire world does not rise and set in your ass and the rest of the universe contrary to your personal belief does not revolve around your enormous anal gravitational pull. You shouldn't be so quick to judge my comments or my intent. As to my Christianity... that will 'not' be judged by you. I can be a Christian and still have a sense of humor. I continue to find it funny that this man is going to pay for his stupidity. You know that whole reap what you sow thing. Now if that same karmic ebb and tide could be additionally distributed to the 'over-educated...' I'd really have a hard time standing from laughing soooo hard!
In The Loop

Coffeyville, KS

#64 Aug 8, 2012
Retired Sarg wrote:
I got off the internet that obama is on the wrong track for blacks. He thinks by giving them what they have not earned is ok. Its election time, maybe he wants their votes.
Crime rate in Coffeyville is 0.5 out of a possible 5 points. Higher the rating, the safer your town is. We are not doing very well at all.
Where did you get those numbers.....just curious.

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#65 Aug 8, 2012
The Sultan of Swing wrote:
<quoted text>
You should be in better control of your own super intellect, advanced powers of observation, and yes... your faulty vocabulary. The mere use of the word 'misfortune' is a stretch... even for you. The act of robbing a bank is not 'misfortune' and can not; in any world except yours, be construed as a misstep or a mishap. You know the more education a person has the the quicker their common sense meter drops into obscurity. You keep patting your super ego on the the back there Sigmund. I'm still laughing at this dumb-ass. In addition I have similar sentiments for those who are feeling sorry for him and making excuses for him. Neither of which am I remotely stating that you have done. Having stated the obvious again, your opinion is also not the only one here. I know you feel the need to flex your mental, and moral superiority however, the entire world does not rise and set in your ass and the rest of the universe contrary to your personal belief does not revolve around your enormous anal gravitational pull. You shouldn't be so quick to judge my comments or my intent. As to my Christianity... that will 'not' be judged by you. I can be a Christian and still have a sense of humor. I continue to find it funny that this man is going to pay for his stupidity. You know that whole reap what you sow thing. Now if that same karmic ebb and tide could be additionally distributed to the 'over-educated...' I'd really have a hard time standing from laughing soooo hard!

I could cite many instances of authors using the word misfortune in the same context. It would be as fruitless as every other conversation I've ever had with you.

For some reason you have tied the word misfortune to "robbing a bank" when it is obviously in reference to "a 33 year prison sentence".

As to your Christianity? I not only can judge it - I have - I find you lacking. The guy you claim to worship, Jesus, isn't it - He would never laugh at a man sentenced to 33 years in prison. He might find the sentence just, he might be 'satisfied' with the results but he would never publicly mock him.

My original point stands - you've heard it enough times that, if your 'common sense' IQ reached past 60, you would 'get it'. We're done from my end.

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#66 Aug 8, 2012
Robert L Lorth wrote:
<quoted text>
I could cite many instances of authors using the word misfortune in the same context. It would be as fruitless as every other conversation I've ever had with you.
For some reason you have tied the word misfortune to "robbing a bank" when it is obviously in reference to "a 33 year prison sentence".
As to your Christianity? I not only can judge it - I have - I find you lacking. The guy you claim to worship, Jesus, isn't it - He would never laugh at a man sentenced to 33 years in prison. He might find the sentence just, he might be 'satisfied' with the results but he would never publicly mock him.
My original point stands - you've heard it enough times that, if your 'common sense' IQ reached past 60, you would 'get it'. We're done from my end.
Educated idiots... the narcissistic salvation of the world. I'll consider myself tried and convicted in your self centered, self appointed court of public opinion. Don't you work? I'm sure you have a malpractice case waiting around the corner.

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#67 Aug 8, 2012
In The Loop wrote:
<quoted text>
Where did you get those numbers.....just curious.

My guess would be here...

http://www.homesurfer.com/crimereports/view/c...

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