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Maryland road rage killing could be connected to shooting to death of Kentucky state trooper

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wth

New Haven, KY

#1 Jan 9, 2014
Wonder what this is all about. No other new station is reporting this.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#2 Jan 9, 2014
wth wrote:
Wonder what this is all about. No other new station is reporting this.
Channel 3 said Pennsylvania.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#3 Jan 10, 2014
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Channel 3 said Pennsylvania.
Just finished watching that report.And other than the fact that the Pennsylvania murder happened on the interstate at the same hour in the morning that officer Ellis was murdered,,,the M.O. is entirely different.
So while I concede that I don't really know,,,I believe that the two incidents are completely unrelated.
Wildcatter

New Haven, KY

#4 Jan 10, 2014
FOX News just did a report on it about 30 minutes ago. It's getting national attention once again. How the murder of Ellis is not solved by now blows my mind...especially considering all the resources put into the investigation.
dum dums

Bardstown, KY

#5 Jan 10, 2014
this is a direct copy of the title of this thread which was posted:

{Maryland road rage killing could be connected to shooting to death of Kentucky state trooper}

now read it very carefully.......

THAT'S why the case hasn't been closed.

some folks seem to have issues with facts, which creates confusion, often followed by rumors, which eventually leads to a total distortion of the entire event.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#6 Jan 11, 2014
dum dums wrote:
this is a direct copy of the title of this thread which was posted:
{Maryland road rage killing could be connected to shooting to death of Kentucky state trooper}
now read it very carefully.......
THAT'S why the case hasn't been closed.
some folks seem to have issues with facts, which creates confusion, often followed by rumors, which eventually leads to a total distortion of the entire event.
If you don't mind my asking kiddo,,,"how does it feel to be the smartest person on the forum"? And how does one with such a diminished aptitude for comprehension come to feel that way about themselves???
That aside and to clear up your arrogant post of the self-righteous nature though,,,it was actually the news channels themselves,(in an effort to catch attention) that started the distortion that sparked the rumors that created the confusion .
One news channel reported with it's opening statement that a Maryland road rage incident "could" be related to the death of officer Ellis.Another news channel reported with it's opening statement that a Pennsylvania murder on the interstate "could" be related to the murder of officer Ellis.And the fact of the matter is what started out as a Maryland road rage incident,crossed the state line and become a murder on the interstate in Pennsylvania.And after looking at the facts,it became somewhat clear that it was nothing more than a road-rage incident,,,that was in no way whatsoever,,,related to the murder of officer Ellis.
Now as for people on the forum sharing facts as well as seeking facts about "WHAT WE HEARD ON THE NEWS",,,it was only expected.
What I'd suggest for a housewife such as yourself with no responsibilities,time on your hands,and a desperate need to feel important,,,would be to spend that same energy that you spent coming on here and kicking us in the teeth,and write your local news channels a letter and give them them the blues for misleading the crowd.
YAKE

Bardstown, KY

#7 Jan 11, 2014
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>If you don't mind my asking kiddo,,,"how does it feel to be the smartest person on the forum"? And how does one with such a diminished aptitude for comprehension come to feel that way about themselves???
That aside and to clear up your arrogant post of the self-righteous nature though,,,it was actually the news channels themselves,(in an effort to catch attention) that started the distortion that sparked the rumors that created the confusion .
One news channel reported with it's opening statement that a Maryland road rage incident "could" be related to the death of officer Ellis.Another news channel reported with it's opening statement that a Pennsylvania murder on the interstate "could" be related to the murder of officer Ellis.And the fact of the matter is what started out as a Maryland road rage incident,crossed the state line and become a murder on the interstate in Pennsylvania.And after looking at the facts,it became somewhat clear that it was nothing more than a road-rage incident,,,that was in no way whatsoever,,,related to the murder of officer Ellis.
Now as for people on the forum sharing facts as well as seeking facts about "WHAT WE HEARD ON THE NEWS",,,it was only expected.
What I'd suggest for a housewife such as yourself with no responsibilities,time on your hands,and a desperate need to feel important,,,would be to spend that same energy that you spent coming on here and kicking us in the teeth,and write your local news channels a letter and give them them the blues for misleading the crowd.
Smh... Awwwww Did widdle babey spartan get his feewings hurt?? Sounds like you are the one with the "complex." Perhaps having trouble with any rejection of your authority is a running theme in your personal life?(Assuming you have one.)
spartan

Louisville, KY

#8 Jan 11, 2014
YAKE wrote:
<quoted text>
Smh... Awwwww Did widdle babey spartan get his feewings hurt?? Sounds like you are the one with the "complex." Perhaps having trouble with any rejection of your authority is a running theme in your personal life?(Assuming you have one.)
No,,,I don't really have much of a personal life.Now that we got that all cleared up though,,,it takes just a little bit more than a woman who don't nothin' about nothin',getting on the forum and calling me a "dum-dum",,,to hurt my feelings.
However,,,I'm gonna call her out for being the moron that she is when she does though.
And if you don't mind an observation kiddo,,,it sorta looks like you're the one that got her feelings hurt.
And I'm sorry 'bout that.
Wondering

Bardstown, KY

#9 Jan 14, 2014
Why you are assuming people posting are women?? Did I miss it somewhere in their posts?
It sounds as if you "spartan" are the arrogant one here. And I'm not sure why that is considering you admitted to not having a life. What does a loser like yourself have to be arrogant about?
spartan

Louisville, KY

#10 Jan 14, 2014
Wondering wrote:
Why you are assuming people posting are women?? Did I miss it somewhere in their posts?
It sounds as if you "spartan" are the arrogant one here. And I'm not sure why that is considering you admitted to not having a life. What does a loser like yourself have to be arrogant about?
Well YAKE,Wondering,dum-dum or whatever else you gonna go by,,,you never did deny being a woman.If you insist on blowing this all out of proportion though,,,then I may just have to let the cat out of the bag about what I know about you.
And I'll admit,,,that is sorta childish.Nonetheless,,,the deed will be done.
Wondering

Bardstown, KY

#11 Jan 15, 2014
Well there you go again assuming. And in your case it fits. That makes you an "ass"ume.
I'm neither YAKE or dum dum so you aren't as smart as you think. Three people you have tried to call out now, and you still can't get it right. Try again loser!!
dum dums

Bardstown, KY

#12 Jan 16, 2014
this is directed directly to you, mr spartan..........
(assuming you are of the male species).

#1. I am not a woman, I am a full grown male adult.
#2. I was not addressing my post to you, mr all-knowing spartan;
I was addressing the whomever news media that offered the story.
#3. the outer news media (those out of our immediate network of this area) issuing irrelevant incorrect stories concerning the Jason Ellis incident, offer nothing to correlate precision to the story; it only creates confusion and ensuing rumors.
#4. pull your man panties out of your crack and make an attempt at having a better day today, and an even better tomorrow.

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