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AllTheAbove

El Dorado, AR

#27 Feb 3, 2013
least she got fired sure she will bully that girl to get her to take her back

Since: Jun 11

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#28 Feb 4, 2013
trouble wrote:
ok someone out there has the scoop on the epd female officer that was arrested for assault. i cant figure out why news times has nothing- I heard she had first appearance earlier today.
From what I hear, her arrest was a misdemeanor, and the paper doesn't report those ... never has... nor does it make a story out of it simply because someone gets fired.
AllTheAbove

Little Rock, AR

#29 Feb 4, 2013
they are tagging in facebook bet she beats her again

Since: Jan 13

Palestine, TX

#30 Feb 4, 2013
ArkanSawyer wrote:
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From what I hear, her arrest was a misdemeanor, and the paper doesn't report those ... never has... nor does it make a story out of it simply because someone gets fired.
I must disagree with you in this particular case. When an officer of the law commits battery or domestic battery, it should be newsworthy. After all, these are the very people who took an oath to uphold the law and can also legally shoot you. If one of them is so hotheaded and can't control their temper, then I hardly feel safer with that type of person with a badge and gun. Although I grant you, she probably isn't the only one.
wake up

Dallas, TX

#31 Feb 4, 2013
Dison wrote:
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I must disagree with you in this particular case. When an officer of the law commits battery or domestic battery, it should be newsworthy. After all, these are the very people who took an oath to uphold the law and can also legally shoot you. If one of them is so hotheaded and can't control their temper, then I hardly feel safer with that type of person with a badge and gun. Although I grant you, she probably isn't the only one.
Why disagree with a known fact? The newspaper doesmt report misdemeanors. Sounds pretty simple, even for the simple-minded. Apparently not.
agreed

El Dorado, AR

#32 Feb 4, 2013
Dison wrote:
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I must disagree with you in this particular case. When an officer of the law commits battery or domestic battery, it should be newsworthy. After all, these are the very people who took an oath to uphold the law and can also legally shoot you. If one of them is so hotheaded and can't control their temper, then I hardly feel safer with that type of person with a badge and gun. Although I grant you, she probably isn't the only one.
I agree. But you will never get the people in this town to think that way. They think everything should be hidden and covered up if it involves law enforcement or people with big money. After all the big money is what puts sheriffs and other appointed officials in place. There are so many stories I've heard. Like.....

Public positions being bought off.
A certain wealthy family's private plane being filled with cocaine back in the eighties.
A cop whose wife supposedly shot herself - with his gun, while he was there, and the evidence pointed to him but nothing came of it (just a couple of years ago).
A drug enforcement officer (still working) that stays drunk 24/7 and takes drugs and money for himself during busts.
Over the years, several officers have shot and killed family owned pets who posed no threat.

Thats just the tip of the iceberg. I would go on but there's no point. Nobody here would believe these things even if they were to happen right in front of them. They know the law is corrupt and they fight to keep it that way. I know most officers are loyal, helpful, wonderful men and women who would literally die to keep us safe. They're the salt of the earth and we should hold them in the highest of esteem. But unfortunately not all of them are that way and the people should want the corrupt officials eradicated. Problem is, the people can't make noise about an issue they never even hear about because the local officials work so hard to keep it quiet. This is why nothing ever changes.
agreed

El Dorado, AR

#33 Feb 4, 2013
wake up wrote:
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Why disagree with a known fact? The newspaper doesmt report misdemeanors. Sounds pretty simple, even for the simple-minded. Apparently not.
Its fact that the news doesn't report misdemeanors. Its also fact that any illegality committed by a law enforcement official is newsworthy. Things aren't always black and white. What you consider to be fact should really be defined as "the norm".

There are news stories all across the country of officers getting restraining orders filed against them, without any arrest of any kind, misdemeanor or no. It hits the papers just because its an officer. Again, anytime an officer gets in trouble it tends to be newsworthy.

A fact is defined in the dictionary as "a thing that is indisputably the case". Sorry to burst your bubble, but your opinion of how something should be done and it being done in repetition, doesn't make it a fact. It just makes it the norm. The only real fact here is that something happened and it wasn't put in the paper. Some people's OPINION is that it should have, some is that is shouldn't. Those are facts.
happy

El Dorado, AR

#34 Feb 4, 2013
wake up wrote:
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Why disagree with a known fact? The newspaper doesmt report misdemeanors. Sounds pretty simple, even for the simple-minded. Apparently not.
Are you gay too?
wake up

United States

#35 Feb 4, 2013
agreed wrote:
<quoted text> Its fact that the news doesn't report misdemeanors. Its also fact that any illegality committed by a law enforcement official is newsworthy. Things aren't always black and white. What you consider to be fact should really be defined as "the norm".
There are news stories all across the country of officers getting restraining orders filed against them, without any arrest of any kind, misdemeanor or no. It hits the papers just because its an officer. Again, anytime an officer gets in trouble it tends to be newsworthy.
A fact is defined in the dictionary as "a thing that is indisputably the case". Sorry to burst your bubble, but your opinion of how something should be done and it being done in repetition, doesn't make it a fact. It just makes it the norm. The only real fact here is that something happened and it wasn't put in the paper. Some people's OPINION is that it should have, some is that is shouldn't. Those are facts.
It's a newspaper, not TMZ, dumbass. Learn the difference between quality news and bullshit trash.

Since: Jan 13

El Dorado, AR

#36 Feb 4, 2013
wake up wrote:
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It's a newspaper, not TMZ, dumbass. Learn the difference between quality news and bullshit trash.
Perhaps you've never read our newspaper then? Anytime a police officer commits assault that results in their arrest, then it IS newsworthy.
wake up

United States

#37 Feb 5, 2013
Dison wrote:
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Perhaps you've never read our newspaper then? Anytime a police officer commits assault that results in their arrest, then it IS newsworthy.
Anytime ANYONE commits a FELONY, it is newsworthy. A lesbian domestic dispute over a carton of Ben & Jerrys is not.
AllTheAbove

Oklahoma City, OK

#38 Feb 5, 2013
this isnt first time she beat on her girlfriends she does it all time

Since: Jan 13

El Dorado, AR

#39 Feb 5, 2013
wake up wrote:
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Anytime ANYONE commits a FELONY, it is newsworthy. A lesbian domestic dispute over a carton of Ben & Jerrys is not.
If it were as you described it then maybe not, but when a law enforcement officer commits assault whether straight or gay then it is newsworthy. Now quit trolling and being obtuse.
wake up

Mckinney, TX

#40 Feb 5, 2013
Dison wrote:
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If it were as you described it then maybe not, but when a law enforcement officer commits assault whether straight or gay then it is newsworthy. Now quit trolling and being obtuse.
Assault is not a FELONY, therefore, IT IS NOT NEWSWORTHY. Now, quit trolling and being a being a dumbass.
omg

Conway, AR

#41 Feb 5, 2013
AllTheAbove wrote:
this isnt first time she beat on her girlfriends she does it all time
Old news. Lezzies fight just as hard as they fcuk.

Since: Jun 09

El Dorado, AR

#43 Feb 6, 2013
If you think the News-Times should have reported it and they didn't write a letter to the editor.
AllTheAbove

Oklahoma City, OK

#44 Feb 8, 2013
she a dope ho
shame

Oklahoma City, OK

#45 Feb 8, 2013
it not the first time she has best on a girlfriend not the first she beat on this girl to
Curious

United States

#46 Feb 8, 2013
So, now are they going to arrest and fire all those male officers who beat their wives??? The list is long, from what I hear.
well

Chicago, IL

#47 Feb 9, 2013
How many were arrested for it and found guilty?

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