Jury finds dancer's constitutional ri...

Jury finds dancer's constitutional rights were violated

There are 157 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Dec 8, 2009, titled Jury finds dancer's constitutional rights were violated. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

A jury Dec. 2 found a former state police officer guilty of violating the constitutional rights of an exotic dancer.

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Darlene

Rio Rancho, NM

#152 Dec 18, 2009
Oh Jimbo why dont you pay this much attention to me? Please big boy come back to me and stop your affair with Normal.
I know you are wierd and dont have a job but I still love you.

Since: Dec 08

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#153 Dec 18, 2009
Geography:
Normal:
Normal, Alabama
Normal, Illinois

Normal may refer to:
Normality (behavior), conformance to an average .

Entertainment

Normal (2003 film), a film starring Jessica Lange and Tom Wilkinson
Normal (2007 film), a film by Carl Bessai
Normal (2009 film) or Angels Gone, a Czech film
Normal, a character on Dark Angel

[edit] Music

The Normal, a band featuring Daniel Miller
"Normal", a song by Foo Fighters
"Normal", a song by Porcupine Tree
"Normal", a song by The Exies

nor⋅mal
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–adjective
1. conforming to the standard or the common type; usual; not abnormal; regular; natural.
2. serving to establish a standard.
3. Psychology.
a. approximately average in any psychological trait, as intelligence, personality, or emotional adjustment.
b. free from any mental disorder; sane.
4. Biology, Medicine/Medical.
a. free from any infection or other form of disease or malformation, or from experimental therapy or manipulation.
b. of natural occurrence.
5. Mathematics.
a. being at right angles, as a line; perpendicular.
b. of the nature of or pertaining to a mathematical normal.
c.(of an orthogonal system of real functions) defined so that the integral of the square of the absolute value of any function is 1.
d.(of a topological space) having the property that corresponding to every pair of disjoint closed sets are two disjoint open sets, each containing one of the closed sets.
e.(of a subgroup) having the property that the same set of elements results when all the elements of the subgroup are operated on consistently on the left and consistently on the right by any element of the group; invariant.
6. Chemistry.
a.(of a solution) containing one equivalent weight of the constituent in question in one liter of solution.
b. pertaining to an aliphatic hydrocarbon having a straight unbranched carbon chain, each carbon atom of which is joined to no more than two other carbon atoms.
c. of or pertaining to a neutral salt in which any replaceable hydroxyl groups or hydrogen atoms have been replaced by other groups or atoms, as sodium sulfate, Na2SO4.
–noun
7. the average or mean: Production may fall below normal.
8. the standard or type.
9. Mathematics.
a. a perpendicular line or plane, esp. one perpendicular to a tangent line of a curve, or a tangent plane of a surface, at the point of contact.
b. the portion of this perpendicular line included between its point of contact with the curve and the x-axis.
Origin:
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Normal

Rio Rancho, NM

#154 Dec 18, 2009
Bluntly spoken, wow you can cut and paste, good job.
You must have taken my comment wrong, I meant look up nmcourts.com and get the real story on what happened. Find out who you are dealing with in this topic.
REMEMBER THE TOPIC? ITS ABOUT STRIPPERS. LOL
Prozac

Albuquerque, NM

#155 Dec 18, 2009
Bluntly Spoken wrote:
Geography:
Normal:
Normal, Alabama
Normal, Illinois
Normal may refer to:
Normality (behavior), conformance to an average .
Entertainment
Normal (2003 film), a film starring Jessica Lange and Tom Wilkinson
Normal (2007 film), a film by Carl Bessai
Normal (2009 film) or Angels Gone, a Czech film
Normal, a character on Dark Angel
[edit] Music
The Normal, a band featuring Daniel Miller
"Normal", a song by Foo Fighters
"Normal", a song by Porcupine Tree
"Normal", a song by The Exies
nor&#8901;mal
&#8194;&#8194;/&#7 12;n&#596;rm&#601;l/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [nawr-muhl] Show IPA
Use normal in a Sentence
See web results for normal
See images of normal
–adjective
1. conforming to the standard or the common type; usual; not abnormal; regular; natural.
2. serving to establish a standard.
3. Psychology.
a. approximately average in any psychological trait, as intelligence, personality, or emotional adjustment.
b. free from any mental disorder; sane.
4. Biology, Medicine/Medical.
a. free from any infection or other form of disease or malformation, or from experimental therapy or manipulation.
b. of natural occurrence.
5. Mathematics.
a. being at right angles, as a line; perpendicular.
b. of the nature of or pertaining to a mathematical normal.
c.(of an orthogonal system of real functions) defined so that the integral of the square of the absolute value of any function is 1.
d.(of a topological space) having the property that corresponding to every pair of disjoint closed sets are two disjoint open sets, each containing one of the closed sets.
e.(of a subgroup) having the property that the same set of elements results when all the elements of the subgroup are operated on consistently on the left and consistently on the right by any element of the group; invariant.
6. Chemistry.
a.(of a solution) containing one equivalent weight of the constituent in question in one liter of solution.
b. pertaining to an aliphatic hydrocarbon having a straight unbranched carbon chain, each carbon atom of which is joined to no more than two other carbon atoms.
c. of or pertaining to a neutral salt in which any replaceable hydroxyl groups or hydrogen atoms have been replaced by other groups or atoms, as sodium sulfate, Na2SO4.
–noun
7. the average or mean: Production may fall below normal.
8. the standard or type.
9. Mathematics.
a. a perpendicular line or plane, esp. one perpendicular to a tangent line of a curve, or a tangent plane of a surface, at the point of contact.
b. the portion of this perpendicular line included between its point of contact with the curve and the x-axis.
Origin:
1520–30; < L norm&#257;lis made according to a carpenter's square, equiv. to norm(a)(see norm )+-&#257;lis -al 1
Did someone forget their meds this morning?
LOUD PIPES

Los Lunas, NM

#156 Dec 18, 2009
Normal wrote:
<quoted text>
Whats the matter Jim, cold hard facts dont work with you? This is the official record of law not just a rumor.
Who is the stalker? You continue to follow me around when you are not part of the post and only comment on me. Are you that infatuated with me that you have to only focus your comments on me? Grow up, get a life, and Please get some true facts in your life instead of all the rumors that you like to start. NOW AGAIN JIM LETS STICK TO THE POST AND NOT FOCUS ON ME (I am waiting on that post to start).
Bluntly Spoken, whats not normal? Have you looked it up? Please do, all of you.
So now you want to tell me what I been saying to you all along? How funny. Got your feelings hurt again I see. By the way I commented to some one else, and you posted to me. Stupid one.
LOUD PIPES

Los Lunas, NM

#157 Dec 18, 2009
Normal wrote:
Bluntly spoken, wow you can cut and paste, good job.
You must have taken my comment wrong, I meant look up nmcourts.com and get the real story on what happened. Find out who you are dealing with in this topic.
REMEMBER THE TOPIC? ITS ABOUT STRIPPERS. LOL
Yep, you got your feelings hurt from "Bluntly spoken".
LOUD PIPES

Los Lunas, NM

#158 Dec 18, 2009
Ok now, Like The Request, I love strippers at rallies. Makes the boring moments quite interresting.

Since: Dec 08

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#159 Dec 18, 2009
Prozac wrote:
<quoted text>Did someone forget their meds this morning?
Not I, but not so sure about you with a troll name as yours.

Triple the dose and be gone next time.
Normal

Rio Rancho, NM

#160 Dec 19, 2009
Jim and Bluntly Spoken (must be your sidekick Darlene)
Both of you need to grow up, no one has hurt my feelings. I am on this post to talk about "strippers and their rights being violated by Glen Slaughter". Go start you a post to bash on my if you want, but here we need to stick to the post.
You are both acting like children, calling names as if you will hurt me.LOL GROW UP

Since: Dec 08

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#161 Dec 19, 2009
Normal wrote:
Jim and Bluntly Spoken (must be your sidekick Darlene)
Both of you need to grow up, no one has hurt my feelings. I am on this post to talk about "strippers and their rights being violated by Glen Slaughter". Go start you a post to bash on my if you want, but here we need to stick to the post.
You are both acting like children, calling names as if you will hurt me.LOL GROW UP
Touchy today I see Normal, cool it man as no one means any harm to you.

As for Jim and Darlene, don't know her and if it is the Jim I see posting here a lot we have had or disagreements in the past.

Seasons Greetings.
LOUD PIPES

Los Lunas, NM

#162 Dec 19, 2009
As the strippers turn.

Since: Dec 08

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#163 Dec 19, 2009
LOUD PIPES wrote:
As the strippers turn.
As the strippers bend forward.
Roxy Fan

Albuquerque, NM

#164 Dec 20, 2009
Now see what you idiots gone and done...You all ran off Ms. Roxy 16. She hasn't posted since Wednesday and I sure do miss her perty christian gazongas on her avatar preachin' to me about Jesus and stuff. Maybe this e-mail will entice her back.
James

Albuquerque, NM

#165 Dec 20, 2009
JosephOne wrote:
First I think this was a good decision. The police were probably perverts.
That being said, we can defend the rights of prostitutes but not christian rights or babies right to life?
Ah well, good decision that it was, we are still a sick society.
Here, here!

Since: Dec 08

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#166 Dec 21, 2009
Roxy Fan wrote:
Now see what you idiots gone and done...You all ran off Ms. Roxy 16. She hasn't posted since Wednesday and I sure do miss her perty christian gazongas on her avatar preachin' to me about Jesus and stuff. Maybe this e-mail will entice her back.
So you love Roxy do you, well relax as she will be back, she is probably finishing up Holiday shopping.
John Smith

Albuquerque, NM

#167 Jan 6, 2010
Bluntly Spoken wrote:
<quoted text>
Not I, but not so sure about you with a troll name as yours.
Triple the dose and be gone next time.
Did you call me a troll hoe?

Since: Dec 08

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#168 Jan 6, 2010
John Smith wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you call me a troll hoe?
Don't so no hoe but I might have one in my garage, wanna borrow it?

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