Kentucky State Police use Taser numerous times on Louisville man during arrest in Elizabethtown

Apr 23, 2013 Full story: The Courier-Journal 82

A Taser had to be deployed on a Louisville man numerous times when he refused to comply while being arrested in Elizabethtown, Kentucky State Police said.

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couchburner

Louisville, KY

#61 May 15, 2013
Jefferson said Revolutions should happen every 20 years... and it's been quite some time since then...

ALSO, Jefferson was wrong w/ the Haitian Revolution. PLUS, the American Revolution codified slavery, and murdered lots of Native Americans. In fact, the British offered freedom to the slaves, and most Indians fought w/ the British, including white man Simon Girty, who deflected from Lord Dunmore, and became his own man, countering Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton's genocidal tirade into the Dark and Bloody ground.
Proctologist

Pittsburgh, PA

#62 May 15, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Oh so you want to impeach the elected President because your guy lost? You want to circumvent the Constitution so that your side gets a do-over, against the will of the majority? Sounds to me like you might be a bit of a crying b!tch yourself.
Nope. Not because my guy lost. Because the criminal bastard needs to be subjected to the same scrutiny that any of us would be subjected to given his actions. POTUS doesn't mean above the law. Stop swinging from his nuts and realize that even YOU may someday find yourself on the sh!t end of his stick and your vote won't mean jack. Wake up Stupid. Many of us have been awake all along, unfortunately too many of us had to work while far too many of his supporters managed to squeeze voting in during their handout seeking. That is why he is the elected POTUS. Stupid people.
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#63 May 16, 2013
The Joker wrote:
Like good old Obama? Presidents inherit the US and are under oath to protect our freedoms and rights as well as judges. They do not get to interpret the law to fit their belief which is exactly what they all do. The whole system needs gutted.
Of course they get to interpret the law...that's exactly what lawyers and judges do. The Constitution ain't the Bible: law is written by lawyers for lawyers. And let me know when you find a better system than the one we have; might want to find the alternative before you start gutting.
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#64 May 16, 2013
Proctologist wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope. Not because my guy lost. Because the criminal bastard needs to be subjected to the same scrutiny that any of us would be subjected to given his actions. POTUS doesn't mean above the law. Stop swinging from his nuts and realize that even YOU may someday find yourself on the sh!t end of his stick and your vote won't mean jack. Wake up Stupid. Many of us have been awake all along, unfortunately too many of us had to work while far too many of his supporters managed to squeeze voting in during their handout seeking. That is why he is the elected POTUS. Stupid people.
Which law did he break? I heard he smoked some weed back in college, so maybe those are your high crimes? So everyone who voted differently than you is stupid, huh? Yeah, I think you might be a sore loser.
Proctologist

Pittsburgh, PA

#65 May 16, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Which law did he break? I heard he smoked some weed back in college, so maybe those are your high crimes? So everyone who voted differently than you is stupid, huh? Yeah, I think you might be a sore loser.
Wrong again Mensa member. The entire nation is the loser. Even the stupid inhabitants. I could never convince you and far too many others that it's raining, but the fact is nonetheless true. Some just can't see it because they're told not to. Yea, that's stupid And weak.
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#66 May 16, 2013
Proctologist wrote:
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Wrong again Mensa member. The entire nation is the loser. Even the stupid inhabitants. I could never convince you and far too many others that it's raining, but the fact is nonetheless true. Some just can't see it because they're told not to. Yea, that's stupid And weak.
Really, because I thought I read that college and post college graduates actually voted for the current President. Are you sure it's raining, or is that just your drool?
Proctologist

Pittsburgh, PA

#67 May 16, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Really, because I thought I read that college and post college graduates actually voted for the current President. Are you sure it's raining, or is that just your drool?
You're right. Enjoy that koolaid.
The Joker

United States

#68 May 16, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course they get to interpret the law...that's exactly what lawyers and judges do. The Constitution ain't the Bible: law is written by lawyers for lawyers. And let me know when you find a better system than the one we have; might want to find the alternative before you start gutting.
in America its "for the people of and by the people. " like ji said go move to Cuba or Russia if you want a dictator so bad. Problem with liberals is they want all the "perks " and I use that term loosely " of socialism and communism but ignore the inevitable misery that comes with it. I laugh at the thought of the constitution being written for lawyers by lawyers...damn man can you be more blatant about being a pink little piggy?
believe a cracker

Elizabethtown, KY

#69 May 17, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Hey Mr. Constitution, how about reading the part about how we elect our leaders? And, yes, threats of Civil War are sedition and have always earned you a government bullet in this great country. You want change, then vote. If you don't like the outcome, you shut up and try again next time. Still don't get the outcome you want? Well that probably means you're an idiot who can't recognize what your countrymen want, and no one cares what you think anyway. See how easy that is?
my countrymen don't want amnesty , or the affordable care act. seems like we got it anyway. we also didn't want the complacency that happened in Bengasi. I just hope enough people are paying well enough attention to vote next time. your argument is ridiculous , you and I both know Obama got elected out of pure ignorance , and if Romney would have one I would be saying the same thing.
to be fair to you , I did miss the "civil war" comment . in my opinion , that is not only foolish, but unpatriotic as well. going to war with ourselves would only further weaken the republic. so would any state succession . this may not be a popular thought among some tea party members , but its my opinion. I take Andrew jacksons stance on succession.( if would have been president instead of Lincoln, the civil war probably wouldn't have happened)
btw , I never said nobody cares what you think. I just think you have Marxist opinions.
believe a cracker

Elizabethtown, KY

#70 May 17, 2013
The Point wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course they get to interpret the law...that's exactly what lawyers and judges do. The Constitution ain't the Bible: law is written by lawyers for lawyers. And let me know when you find a better system than the one we have; might want to find the alternative before you start gutting.
the scotus does not interpret the law....how many times have me and you been thru this? there isn't a better system, but that's one good point newt made in the primaries...scotus is out of control (dating back to the heller case)! hell the entire federal government is out of control. do you agree with the federal government trumping states rights to gay marriage? or the legalization of marijuana? personally I disagree with both , but I accept a states sovereignty, and therefor disagree with the federal government. for God sakes , Obama filed a complaint against the the state of Arizona at the un for their immigration law.
look , I have always enjoyed our exchanges. im not going to go on a name calling binge because you argue your point well, but think with me....Obama is very damaging to a free society. its not so much him personally (he is a lot smarter than that),but his appointments.
believe a cracker

Elizabethtown, KY

#71 May 17, 2013
The Point wrote:
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Really, because I thought I read that college and post college graduates actually voted for the current President. Are you sure it's raining, or is that just your drool?
you know most colleges promote a pro Marxist, socialist agenda. that's not a conspiracy , its a fact. hell , there is a couple of terrorist from the weather underground employed by colleges. do I actually have to copy and paste political statements made by college professors across the united states to get you to admit its not a conspiracy? there are a few at ectc. marx knew that he could change an entire population if he had a couple of generations to "educate". you are simply trying to appeal to these people with your statements. kids learn about the "greater good" in kindergarten when they confiscate their crayons they bring in on the first day , and they get put in a pile and redistributed to the entire class evenly. your response might be , "you don't want all kids to have crayons ?" no I don't , I want the children that didn't have any come home and complain! that's the parents first sting of personal responsibility. personal responsibility is the only way this county will survive and still be free. otherwise it will become unsustainable.
The Point

Elizabethtown, KY

#72 May 17, 2013
Proctologist wrote:
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You're right. Enjoy that koolaid.
I will. You enjoy that bitter tea.
Squirrel

United States

#73 May 17, 2013
I had an incident at my wife's home where a rival family had come to her home and started trouble with her daughter and grandson. Prior to the incident a cell phone belonging to the grandson was stolen from the home and used to set up my grandson. We were invited to visit a family in Bedford and to see my other grandson's baby. My other grandson is in jail but I am trying to make a long story short. The boyfriend of the girl who had my grandson's baby started a fight with my other grandson and it was taken out on the streets of Bedford, Kentucky in front of the home we are visiting. What I had seen is the boyfriend attacked my grandson with an umbrella. Then fled. The next day a car load of people come to my grandson's residence and start a fight with him there. A text had been sent from the stolen phone to the boyfriend's phone that he was invited for a beer. This was out of character for my grandson. When the rival family arrived, the boyfriend got out of the car and started swinging at my grandson who kicked his ass all over the property. The perpetrator retreated and called the police on my grandson. Now there is a warrant out for his arrest for assault. Does this mean you don't have the right to defend yourself on your own property? Yes there are police officiers who are jerks but I feel that if you are going to disagree with one of them there is a right and a wrong way to do so. However with the issue that both of my grandsons have physical and mental disabilities I am continually defending them from the abuse.
believe a cracker

Elizabethtown, KY

#74 May 17, 2013
The Point wrote:
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I will. You enjoy that bitter tea.
just remember that the "bitter tea" warned you. it starts with obvious opponents like the tea party via the irs, but now its became the associated press. mafia style politics. or just blatant mafia . its intimidation at its best, that's all. look, im not just simply jumping on the latest news story , but what I have been trying to get you to understand all along. surely your ideology would not take you away from understanding these points.....if they do, then you are a Marxist.
believe a cracker

Elizabethtown, KY

#75 May 17, 2013
if these three scandals I have pointed out on this thread were released on purpose, or some inside whistle blower released them.....you have to ask yourself why either way, and what the hell is next?
couchburner

Louisville, KY

#76 May 18, 2013
Squirrel wrote:
I had an incident at my wife's home where a rival family had come to her home and started trouble with her daughter and grandson. Prior to the incident a cell phone belonging to the grandson was stolen from the home and used to set up my grandson. We were invited to visit a family in Bedford and to see my other grandson's baby. My other grandson is in jail but I am trying to make a long story short. The boyfriend of the girl who had my grandson's baby started a fight with my other grandson and it was taken out on the streets of Bedford, Kentucky in front of the home we are visiting. What I had seen is the boyfriend attacked my grandson with an umbrella. Then fled. The next day a car load of people come to my grandson's residence and start a fight with him there. A text had been sent from the stolen phone to the boyfriend's phone that he was invited for a beer. This was out of character for my grandson. When the rival family arrived, the boyfriend got out of the car and started swinging at my grandson who kicked his ass all over the property. The perpetrator retreated and called the police on my grandson. Now there is a warrant out for his arrest for assault. Does this mean you don't have the right to defend yourself on your own property? Yes there are police officiers who are jerks but I feel that if you are going to disagree with one of them there is a right and a wrong way to do so. However with the issue that both of my grandsons have physical and mental disabilities I am continually defending them from the abuse.
cops do as they please, w/ no oversight or justification whatso-f'in-ever.
No Name

Lexington, KY

#77 May 20, 2013
Of course wrote:
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Let me guess, you were at the wrong place at the wrong time and you are innocent!!!
Let me guess, you're a pig stationed at HQ in Frankfort.
No Name

Lexington, KY

#78 May 20, 2013
Squirrel wrote:
Does this mean you don't have the right to defend yourself on your own property? Yes there are police officiers who are jerks
Most all cops are uneducated phuqtards without any post-secondary education, but they have a gun. About the only thing one can do is acquiesce to their demands, then seek recourse where the educated people work... the courts.
No Name

Lexington, KY

#79 May 20, 2013
^^^Addendum: bear in mind, though, that the courts use cops like a school uses janitors.
Johnathan Masters

Louisville, KY

#80 May 20, 2013
Yup... be'n around cops is always the wrong place and wrong time. Their whole job is to make trouble. They literally go around look'n for trouble.

ALSO... cops use courts like school uses janitors... lol. Great analogy brotha.

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