created by: Keystone Cops Club | Apr 15, 2010

Coraopolis, PA

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Should frat boi Anthony J. Barravecchio be disciplined?

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bens rapist cops

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May 13, 2010
 

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fire him. he can have time to be ben's little bitch.
Bull

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May 14, 2010
 

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It's amazing how two guys who claim to be trained in making observations observed nothing. You would think that a person who was being paid to be a body guard would know the whereabouts of the body they were suppose to be guarding! The whole story is lame!
UsedtobeaSteeler sfan

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May 16, 2010
 

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Both Tony B and Ed J are both bold faced liars. Tony B's lawyer needs to ask for his money back from th mail order law school, too.
storystinks

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UsedtobeaSteelersfan wrote:
Both Tony B and Ed J are both bold faced liars. Tony B's lawyer needs to ask for his money back from th mail order law school, too.
Both of these guy's have attorneys claiming that their client did nothing wrong. Well, at what point did their client do anything right! On the clock they are fine upstanding officers representing both the state and local authorities. But off the clock they are "Big Ben" roadies and anything goes? Sorry, but a person in their position can only have one set of standards. Both of them knew what was going on. Both of them chose to be part of it. If both of them put their careers on the line then tough luck!
Keystone Cops Suckit

Saltsburg, PA

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May 22, 2010
 

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storystinks wrote:
<quoted text>Both of these guy's have attorneys claiming that their client did nothing wrong. Well, at what point did their client do anything right! On the clock they are fine upstanding officers representing both the state and local authorities. But off the clock they are "Big Ben" roadies and anything goes? Sorry, but a person in their position can only have one set of standards. Both of them knew what was going on. Both of them chose to be part of it. If both of them put their careers on the line then tough luck!
Business as usual for the Keystone Cops.

To protect and Serve, whom?
keepcute

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May 27, 2010
 

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they should fire Tony B. and look into all o his cases because he is a dirty cop, and coraopolis no that...
UsedtobeaSteeler sfan

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What you may not know is one of the sorority sisters who witnessed the events that night and early the following morning had deep roots in Pittsburgh. What she had to say to the authorities, the truth as she knew it, broke her heart. Yes, she WAS an avid "Stiller" fan (no more, though).
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keepcute wrote:
they should fire Tony B. and look into all o his cases because he is a dirty cop, and coraopolis no that...
And the IRS should be looking at his tax returns since being employed by Pig Ben Rottenberger. After all he talked about being paid in forms other than cash. I for one wonder where that reported EXPENSIVE watch came from.
Disgusted

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Jun 12, 2010
 

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FIRE HIM! It's not the first time he's turned his back on an incident that ended in disaster and got away with it!
itaintoveruntili tisover

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Jul 10, 2010
 
Bull wrote:
It's amazing how two guys who claim to be trained in making observations observed nothing. You would think that a person who was being paid to be a body guard would know the whereabouts of the body they were suppose to be guarding! The whole story is lame!
They actually knew where he was and what he was doing and it explains why Tony in particular got lawyered up as fast as Ben.
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Aug 13, 2010
 
Get over it
ladybug

Coraopolis, PA

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Aug 20, 2010
 
UsedtobeaSteelersfan wrote:
What you may not know is one of the sorority sisters who witnessed the events that night and early the following morning had deep roots in Pittsburgh. What she had to say to the authorities, the truth as she knew it, broke her heart. Yes, she WAS an avid "Stiller" fan (no more, though).
So you are not a Steeler fan anymore. You could not have been one in the first place. One man does not make a team... You give up on the rest of the team because one guy screws up. Not a fan !!!!
UsedtobeaSteeler sfan

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Sep 9, 2010
 
ladybug wrote:
<quoted text> So you are not a Steeler fan anymore. You could not have been one in the first place. One man does not make a team... You give up on the rest of the team because one guy screws up. Not a fan !!!!
It is very likely that I was a Steelers fan before you were even born. When he is off the team for good, I will be back. A woman's right to say "no" is far more important than football.

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