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Lynch Mob

Westbrook, ME

#83 Feb 3, 2012
Chucks Case is BS wrote:
I have first hand knowledge of at least one other incident in recent history where the wrong apartment was searched during a drug raid. Meanwhile, the drug dealing continues at that location. I have witnessed at least one cop turning a blind eye to the drug traffic; as it played out all day right under his nose. And again, the drug dealing at that location continues. It ahs for years and years.
If you read any book on the subject of organized crime; you will read of crooked cops who profitted from the activety and helped to keep the illegal activety out of harms way. Whether the successfull illegal activety was drugs, prostitution or bookmaking; you will find crooked cops being involved.
We would be fools if we did not at least consider that is what is going on in here in F-burg. As I have said countless times on this Forum, it is obvious that the drug dealers are not the least bit concerned about the FPD coming down on them.
If it walks like a duck; it quacks like a duck; and it looks like a duck; it's a duck.
Well if you witnessed a cop turning a blind eye to drug dealing as it happens under his nose that means that you have also witnessed this drug dealing. What have you done, have you taken pictures? have you written down license plates? most likely not. Every profession has its bad apples, cops, firemen, clergy, doctors, bankers, lawyers, businessmen, politictions, teachers, the list is endless. All you and Lynch do is bitch,whine and complain about cops. You both make accusations with no hard evidence. Every police department in this country has made errors, they are human to. In that line of work they depend on informants and other sources of intelligents to nail these people. Sometimes they get wrong information and screwups happen, and it will happen again somewhere, somehow by somebody.
Lynch Mob

Westbrook, ME

#84 Feb 3, 2012
The Insider wrote:
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How about the many citizens whom take advantage of the welfare system? How about the workers in the private sector whom abuse the system?
Seems like you are one of the posters whom always use the police as an example but do not mention the other occupations and individuals that can abuse the system.
Why is that? It must be okay for a non-government worker to take advantage of the system according to your mentality.
Just because a cop is running a business doesn't mean he if fit to perform the duties of a police officer. Cops have strict standards that they have to follow in order to do there job, very physical standards. A minor knee operation may prevent a cop from running, so chasing a drug dealer or any other suspect is out of the question. He may have gotten an injury on the job that was enough to prevent him from doing his job 100%. Even desk cops have to be able to perform 100% even the chief. Kaddy maybe able to physically install flooring and carpets but his disability may prevent him tackeling or chasing after a suspect. doing so would cause even greater injury. Payton Manning got the ok to play football again but his injury is preventing him from throwing the ball like he used to, so in the football work he can't perform 100% and most likely his career is over. He'll get a disability pension from the league, but he can still work in football just not at the capacity he once did. Tom Foley, the former SP commander had to be able to do the job of a line trooper, but his heart issue prevented him from doing so he had to go retire under disability. He was able to run for sheriff because the sheriff is purely an admistrative position and the standards at teh sheriffs department are much, much lower than police departments. If I saw Kaddy out training for a marathon or a powerlifting contest, yes I would be concerned. But he has the right to operate a business.
Chucks Case is BS

Marlborough, MA

#85 Feb 3, 2012
The Insider wrote:
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How about the many citizens whom take advantage of the welfare system? How about the workers in the private sector whom abuse the system?
Seems like you are one of the posters whom always use the police as an example but do not mention the other occupations and individuals that can abuse the system.
Why is that? It must be okay for a non-government worker to take advantage of the system according to your mentality.
I certainly get the sense from your response that you are suggested that Joel Kaddy may very well be bilking the system.....
Chucks Case is BS

Marlborough, MA

#86 Feb 3, 2012
Lynch Mob wrote:
<quoted text>Well if you witnessed a cop turning a blind eye to drug dealing as it happens under his nose that means that you have also witnessed this drug dealing. What have you done, have you taken pictures? have you written down license plates? most likely not. Every profession has its bad apples, cops, firemen, clergy, doctors, bankers, lawyers, businessmen, politictions, teachers, the list is endless. All you and Lynch do is bitch,whine and complain about cops. You both make accusations with no hard evidence. Every police department in this country has made errors, they are human to. In that line of work they depend on informants and other sources of intelligents to nail these people. Sometimes they get wrong information and screwups happen, and it will happen again somewhere, somehow by somebody.
Actually, Pal O Mine, I DID report it to the police. So did other neighbors. One went as far as recording license plate numbers for weeks and passing them along to the police. But, the drug house has been in full blown operation for the past 4 years....

I have learned not to expect much of anything from the F-burg PD. That way; I am never disappointed in them.....
The Insider

United States

#87 Feb 3, 2012
Lynch Mob wrote:
<quoted text>Just because a cop is running a business doesn't mean he if fit to perform the duties of a police officer. Cops have strict standards that they have to follow in order to do there job, very physical standards. A minor knee operation may prevent a cop from running, so chasing a drug dealer or any other suspect is out of the question. He may have gotten an injury on the job that was enough to prevent him from doing his job 100%. Even desk cops have to be able to perform 100% even the chief. Kaddy maybe able to physically install flooring and carpets but his disability may prevent him tackeling or chasing after a suspect. doing so would cause even greater injury. Payton Manning got the ok to play football again but his injury is preventing him from throwing the ball like he used to, so in the football work he can't perform 100% and most likely his career is over. He'll get a disability pension from the league, but he can still work in football just not at the capacity he once did. Tom Foley, the former SP commander had to be able to do the job of a line trooper, but his heart issue prevented him from doing so he had to go retire under disability. He was able to run for sheriff because the sheriff is purely an admistrative position and the standards at teh sheriffs department are much, much lower than police departments. If I saw Kaddy out training for a marathon or a powerlifting contest, yes I would be concerned. But he has the right to operate a business.
I know that since I am a city employee. When an employee retires on a medical disability that only pertains to the job or occupation he is retiring from.

Once the retirement is offical and becomes approved by the medical board and is SIGNED OFF that former employee is free and allowed to do as they please. They can go jogging, run a business and so on. They cannot return to their former occupation without medical clearance.

Just like a welfare recipient whom spends the taxpayers money on entertainment, cigaretts and alcohol. They cannot be discriminated against from doing other activities.
Chucks Case is BS

Marlborough, MA

#88 Feb 3, 2012
Lynch Mob wrote:
<quoted text>Just because a cop is running a business doesn't mean he if fit to perform the duties of a police officer. Cops have strict standards that they have to follow in order to do there job, very physical standards. A minor knee operation may prevent a cop from running, so chasing a drug dealer or any other suspect is out of the question. He may have gotten an injury on the job that was enough to prevent him from doing his job 100%. Even desk cops have to be able to perform 100% even the chief. Kaddy maybe able to physically install flooring and carpets but his disability may prevent him tackeling or chasing after a suspect. doing so would cause even greater injury. Payton Manning got the ok to play football again but his injury is preventing him from throwing the ball like he used to, so in the football work he can't perform 100% and most likely his career is over. He'll get a disability pension from the league, but he can still work in football just not at the capacity he once did. Tom Foley, the former SP commander had to be able to do the job of a line trooper, but his heart issue prevented him from doing so he had to go retire under disability. He was able to run for sheriff because the sheriff is purely an admistrative position and the standards at teh sheriffs department are much, much lower than police departments. If I saw Kaddy out training for a marathon or a powerlifting contest, yes I would be concerned. But he has the right to operate a business.
Kaddy looks healthy enough to me to be hitched to a plow and to turn sod for 8 hours a day.

As far as "cops have strict physical requirements to meet" goes; I have seen a portly potbellied policeman countless times, standing around in downtown Fitchburg, eyeballing inspection stickers on passing vehicles. This larda$$ed lawman doesn't look like he could run more than one or two steps before he was bent over and gasping for air. Just how in hell is THAT fatbellied flatfoot passing ANY test of physical ability? He looks like he could barely lift his larda$$ out of a chair, without risking a heart attack.
The Insider

United States

#89 Feb 3, 2012
Chucks Case is BS wrote:
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Kaddy looks healthy enough to me to be hitched to a plow and to turn sod for 8 hours a day.
As far as "cops have strict physical requirements to meet" goes; I have seen a portly potbellied policeman countless times, standing around in downtown Fitchburg, eyeballing inspection stickers on passing vehicles. This larda$$ed lawman doesn't look like he could run more than one or two steps before he was bent over and gasping for air. Just how in hell is THAT fatbellied flatfoot passing ANY test of physical ability? He looks like he could barely lift his larda$$ out of a chair, without risking a heart attack.
Sorry but he can pass the test.
The Insider

United States

#90 Feb 3, 2012
Remember the next time you see Ms Zan*** doing her pilates at Riverfront park at 10 am every morning your taxpaying dollars are paying for her and her disability. Remeber that when she drives to Dunkin Donuts in either her Mercedes, Volvo or BMW.

Oh come I saw a welfare recipient using you tax dollars and purchasing redbox movies, lobster and wine? I thought welfare was utilized ONLY for the BARE necessities of life !
Chucks Case is BS

Marlborough, MA

#91 Feb 3, 2012
The Insider wrote:
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Sorry but he can pass the test.
If THAT flabby flatfoot can pass the test, then the test is far from being a very strict physical test.

That guy wouldn't be able to run to the front door over at Gourmet Donuts, if they were offering a free box of one dozen jelly filled donuts to the first 10 lawmen through the door...
Flat Stanley

Claremont, NH

#92 Feb 3, 2012
Hmm...apt. 2R or apt. 2F? Check out your keyboard folks. Could a simple typo be responsible for this mess? I mean even the author of this thread used "women" instead of "woman" in the title. Just wondering......
Chucks Case is BS

Winchendon, MA

#93 Feb 3, 2012
I'm manic again, folks. Expect a whole of cop crashing, po-po bashing, sheriff thrashing, everything law-enforcement smashing commenting now for a few days. I gotta get it out of my system. This shit's eating me alive.

He hurt me bad. Yes, he did. He hurt me real bad when he did that. He took everything away from me. And now you're all gonna pay for it.
Chucks Case is BS

Winchendon, MA

#94 Feb 3, 2012
Quick! Somebody tag me...'brilliant." I llke being brilliant. And funny. And...Oh, shit, here goes that fooking NPD again!
NWO

Fitchburg, MA

#95 Feb 3, 2012
Chucks Case is BS wrote:
I'm manic again, folks. Expect a whole of cop crashing, po-po bashing, sheriff thrashing, everything law-enforcement smashing commenting now for a few days. I gotta get it out of my system. This shit's eating me alive.
He hurt me bad. Yes, he did. He hurt me real bad when he did that. He took everything away from me. And now you're all gonna pay for it.
You're smart. You've fooled everyone. No one will ever suspect that you're not the real Chucks Case!

Seriously, you lose. You know you've lost the debate when you (a.) hijack someone's screen name, and (b.) write something that shows that you have the intellect of a third-grader.

I don't always agree with Chucks Case is BS, but he doesn't sink to the level of immaturity that you often do.
Darns mom

Fitchburg, MA

#96 Feb 3, 2012
It's the town pump checking in to say hi. I'm at work right now, so I'm on my back with my feet behind my ears.
Uh Oh

Leominster, MA

#97 Feb 3, 2012
Darns mom wrote:
It's the town pump checking in to say hi. I'm at work right now, so I'm on my back with my feet behind my ears.
It seems like somebody doesn't only hate police but women too. Is it because your mom was an authority figure too?

Since: Feb 10

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#99 Jan 23, 2014
Fitchburg wrote:
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I didn't see any 2X4s holding the door locked! And who are you calling a moron? The "serving of the warrent" was at the wrong apartment, MORON!!
You use the word "they" quite often. What do you mean? Were you a FPD member? The FBI just charged three officers in Conneticut with civil rights violations. By the way you address people with hispanic last names is appauling! What if this girl was white?
And another thing, you are suggesting for Lynch to take pictures of drug dealers! After listening to the FPD members in the court regarding information that Lynch was giving to the Chief and every officer recieved the information before an investigation took place is unethical and possibly illegal! Lynch states that he has kept all the return correspondence between him and the Chief along with official letterhead stamped mail from the FPD regarding Mr. Lynch's letters.
Yea, the Chief was protecting the thin blue line here! If you ask me for my objective opinion I would say that the Chief put Mr. Lynch in serious danger! The Chiefs credibility should be examined! How did all these FPD members recieve letters that Lynch sent to Wong and the Chief?? This is a question that needs to be answered!
Out of the FPD jurisdiction? Now I truly hope that you are not a cop nor an ex cop! If you were an ex cop then it explains a lot! The FPD isn't in existence only to protect wrongdoing of its members only!
And by the way, many of the dealers within Fitchburg grew up in Fitchburg and went to school with many FPD officers,FACT! One owned an antique car on Cedar st! And others reside on Highland Ave!
Maybe Lynch should be a cop! I feel that he would do a better job investigating all the drug dealing on Highland ave.
Actually, he said he's been recruited and hired by the FBI. Do you really think he'd do a better job investigating drug dealers than the FPD? Do you know him?

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