Slater sentenced to federal prison fo...

Slater sentenced to federal prison for firearms charge

There are 6 comments on the Inter-County Leader story from Jun 28, 2006, titled Slater sentenced to federal prison for firearms charge. In it, Inter-County Leader reports that:

Julie Holmquist 28.JUN.06 MADISON - A man who shot his firearm near a Polk County Sheriff's deputy while she was bow hunting in Clam Falls Township last fall was sentenced June 23 to six years in federal ...

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A sad state of affairs

Almena, WI

#1 Aug 7, 2006
Better yet, send her to Washington DC

(District of Criminals) or maybe to

Crawford Texas and do the whole world

a favor (use your inagination)
to serve and protect

Almena, WI

#3 Aug 11, 2006
By the way, why do the police civil servants wear
those high lace Gestapo Nazi type boots?

Are they at war with the citizens of this country?

Who in the hell are they trying to impress, or more than
likely, intimidate with there heavy handed
military style tactics.

It must have something to do with the Bush Regime
that is currently in power.

I can hardly wait till November!
tuff grrrl

Grantsburg, WI

#4 Aug 11, 2006
On September 17, 1787 a document was signed that gave you
and I a freedom that our founding father fought and died for
in hopes that every person be created equal.

One of those liberties involve a right to protest and burn the U.S. flag
as a SYMBOLISIM of protest against whatever you or your group
feel that you have been slighted for.

It may not be right in everyone's mind, but in a democracy, that right is
still called freedom.

Hell you can go set yourself on fire for all I care, but I would rather you
burn the flag in protest.

And although I myself would not do such a thing at this point in time, I
would not disrespect your rights to light yourself on fire while
wrapped in an American flag if you so desire.

Bush and his dictatorship can lick your right wing nuts!

rightey-tighty ~ lefty-loosey!

Grantsburg, WI

#5 Aug 11, 2006
Right on grrrl

Nashville, TN

#7 Nov 24, 2007
There are those in law enforcement who are committing crime

Almena, WI

#8 Jan 22, 2009
Paradox wrote:
There are those in law enforcement who are committing crime
Yep, but convicted felons on parole ought not be owning fire-arms, unless they can prove they were convicted falsely.

However, shooting people randomly in the woods is not only criminal, it's scary!

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