Three charged with manufacture and di...

Three charged with manufacture and distribution of narcotics

There are 20 comments on the KPLC-TV Lake Charles story from May 10, 2013, titled Three charged with manufacture and distribution of narcotics. In it, KPLC-TV Lake Charles reports that:

Sheriff Sam Craft of the Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office has reported that three individuals have been arrested following a joint investigation by the Vernon Parish Narcotics Task Force, The Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Louisiana State Police.

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Joh

Leesville, LA

#1 May 10, 2013
When are these "Negro's" going to understand that the way things work in Vernon Parish is the way the "white man" wants it to work. Now if you will get your "black ass" in line, things will work better for everyone...

“Sneaking up on you”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#2 May 10, 2013
Joh wrote:
When are these "Negro's" going to understand that the way things work in Vernon Parish is the way the "white man" wants it to work. Now if you will get your "black ass" in line, things will work better for everyone...
Wow talk like that will get Louis saying bad things about you, I would be so scared right now !!!
Not realy but that was funny lol

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#3 May 10, 2013
Joh wrote:
When are these "Negro's" going to understand that the way things work in Vernon Parish is the way the "white man" wants it to work. Now if you will get your "black ass" in line, things will work better for everyone...
Bad mentality. This "white man" mentality shit is why our country has so many damn problems - Vernon Parish Redneck Honkie. An honest man can't make an honest living by standing in the white man's line.
native vp er

Leesville, LA

#4 May 10, 2013
A white man can`t get assistance when needed, no help with medical bills for a child or anything else. Yet you see others with a foodstamp card two buggy`s of food walking out to a vehicle with three thousand dollar rims.
native vp er

Leesville, LA

#5 May 10, 2013
Also GOOD JOB VPSO!!!!!!!! Way to take these low life dirt bags off the street!!!!!!

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#6 May 10, 2013
native vp er wrote:
A white man can`t get assistance when needed, no help with medical bills for a child or anything else. Yet you see others with a foodstamp card two buggy`s of food walking out to a vehicle with three thousand dollar rims.
That's right, but anyone taking a hand-out will remain oppressed until they can take care of their own needs. This game of that race this.. and that race that... is about keeping them separated. If the little people cannot unit, then the big people maintain control - the people do not run the government, the government rules the people. Abuse is abuse regardless of white or black. And there are some whites playing that hand-out game, just the demographics tend to have more blacks playing it...hummm, wonder if that has anything to do with the White Redneck Honkie sitting behind the hiring desk.

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#7 May 10, 2013
native vp er wrote:
no help with medical bills for a child
Medical care should be a right. People should not have to go bankrupt because of a family illness - regardless of race or financial status.

Oh, on the subject, don't know the folks arrested at all to be able to judge. Know even know anything about the investigation to be able to judge. Don't think these people have gone before a court - so last I hear, you are incident until proven guilty, or have we lost that right too.
native vp er

Zwolle, LA

#8 May 11, 2013
GUILTY!!!!!! If the narcotics is in your possesion its pretty simple to figure out.

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#9 May 11, 2013
native vp er wrote:
GUILTY!!!!!! If the narcotics is in your possesion its pretty simple to figure out.
Guilty, even when someone else in the household hides it there without you knowing. Guilty, even if the COPs put it there when they entered. Guilty even if you are framed. Like I said, don't know the people or what went on with the investigation.

I was never there to know what was going on before or during the arrival of law enforcement. Strange things happen to people without them realizing what's going on until trouble arrives. It looks like a hard case to defend, but a person is incident until proven guilty.

Do you know if any of them were on the food stamp system? No, and that's the result of my response - stereo-typing people because of their skin color, financial status, education, religious affiliation or non-affiliation, etc. It was automatically assumed that they were standing in line for hand-outs.

Guess they didn't need to stand in line for a hand-out if they were working a black-market drug business, as accused and charged.

I thought the last hanging tree was cut-down or died. I hope the judicial system still works, the way it was intended to work, over there in Vernon Parish.

Our Father...forgive us our trespasses as we forgive others...

“Life after life does exist”

Since: Feb 11

~ all around ~

#10 May 11, 2013
I was told that it took over 9 years to get them.

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#11 May 11, 2013
Spirit_Hunters wrote:
I was told that it took over 9 years to get them.
Wow! Well let's hope law enforcement didn't mess-up legal protocols.
me

Leesville, LA

#12 May 12, 2013
native vp er wrote:
A white man can`t get assistance when needed, no help with medical bills for a child or anything else. Yet you see others with a foodstamp card two buggy`s of food walking out to a vehicle with three thousand dollar rims.
Give me a freaking break! Seriously?! Us white people, do the same thing! The term you're looking for is "lazy, or ignorant people".
me

Leesville, LA

#13 May 12, 2013
eme wrote:
<quoted text>That's right, but anyone taking a hand-out will remain oppressed until they can take care of their own needs. This game of that race this.. and that race that... is about keeping them separated. If the little people cannot unit, then the big people maintain control - the people do not run the government, the government rules the people. Abuse is abuse regardless of white or black. And there are some whites playing that hand-out game, just the demographics tend to have more blacks playing it...hummm, wonder if that has anything to do with the White Redneck Honkie sitting behind the hiring desk.
I'm shocked at the amount of ignorance in every post. Someone says something ignorant, I know-reply with ignorance. Smh!

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#14 May 12, 2013
me wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm shocked at the amount of ignorance in every post. Someone says something ignorant, I know-reply with ignorance. Smh!
Excuse me for my ignorance, but I don't know what "know-reply with ignorance" means. If you mean - don't reply with ignorance - that's your choice to not reply.

Ignorance is a trait held by all. I enjoy some of the ignorant, and down right stupid post. I prefer to offer enlightenment, if I can, and find humor in some of these posts.

I'm not shocked by any of these posts. I'm shocked by people going to vote and don't know who or what is on the ballot. I'm shocked that people continue to re-elect the problems. I'm shocked that public officials abuse their powers. I'm shocked our liberties and justice continues to deteriorate. I'm shocked that we continue to head to hell in a hand basket with no chance of changing our society for the better. People are so narrow minded and fail to see the big picture.

This is not isolated to Leesville or the USA.

If it took 9 years to catch these people, that's 9 years of the tax payers' money. The Drug Wars have been costly and is a losing battle.

Prohibition has a long history. Moonshiner/boot-legging was pretty common through the backwoods. Those old moonshiners were portrayed as society scum through propaganda.

Truth, you cannot control something that is illegal. The illegal drug market is and has been out of control for a real long time. It's like an infection that has spread to small towns across America. Drug addiction does not discriminate.

One should begin to think, what is the real problem in society? Why is there a market for the black market drug industry? Yea, they may have gotten these people, but there are thousands of others waiting to take their place. The problem is not resolved and 9 years of taxpayers' money was spent. Cheer on, but the 9 years of money spent definitely didn't take drugs off the streets or even begin to solve the real problem. That's the big picture we fail to see.
zero

Leesville, LA

#15 May 12, 2013
eme wrote:
<quoted text>
Excuse me for my ignorance, but I don't know what "know-reply with ignorance" means. If you mean - don't reply with ignorance - that's your choice to not reply.
Ignorance is a trait held by all. I enjoy some of the ignorant, and down right stupid post. I prefer to offer enlightenment, if I can, and find humor in some of these posts.
I'm not shocked by any of these posts. I'm shocked by people going to vote and don't know who or what is on the ballot. I'm shocked that people continue to re-elect the problems. I'm shocked that public officials abuse their powers. I'm shocked our liberties and justice continues to deteriorate. I'm shocked that we continue to head to hell in a hand basket with no chance of changing our society for the better. People are so narrow minded and fail to see the big picture.
This is not isolated to Leesville or the USA.
If it took 9 years to catch these people, that's 9 years of the tax payers' money. The Drug Wars have been costly and is a losing battle.
Prohibition has a long history. Moonshiner/boot-legging was pretty common through the backwoods. Those old moonshiners were portrayed as society scum through propaganda.
Truth, you cannot control something that is illegal. The illegal drug market is and has been out of control for a real long time. It's like an infection that has spread to small towns across America. Drug addiction does not discriminate.
One should begin to think, what is the real problem in society? Why is there a market for the black market drug industry? Yea, they may have gotten these people, but there are thousands of others waiting to take their place. The problem is not resolved and 9 years of taxpayers' money was spent. Cheer on, but the 9 years of money spent definitely didn't take drugs off the streets or even begin to solve the real problem. That's the big picture we fail to see.
So your saying we should just let the drug dealers do as they please? From what you posted Law Enforcement might as well just let them all go since it takes tax payers money to stop them. I don't mind paying tax for them to do what they need to do, the drug dealer they get maybe the drug dealer in route to sell to a child, and that has no price tag. They did a great job and sure there was only a couple arrest, but the arrest will produce more arrest which in turn produces more.(You get my point)
me

Leesville, LA

#16 May 12, 2013
eme wrote:
<quoted text>Excuse me for my ignorance, but I don't know what "know-reply with ignorance" means. If you mean - don't reply with ignorance - that's your choice to not reply.

Ignorance is a trait held by all. I enjoy some of the ignorant, and down right stupid post. I prefer to offer enlightenment, if I can, and find humor in some of these posts.

I'm not shocked by any of these posts. I'm shocked by people going to vote and don't know who or what is on the ballot. I'm shocked that people continue to re-elect the problems. I'm shocked that public officials abuse their powers. I'm shocked our liberties and justice continues to deteriorate. I'm shocked that we continue to head to hell in a hand basket with no chance of changing our society for the better. People are so narrow minded and fail to see the big picture.

This is not isolated to Leesville or the USA.

If it took 9 years to catch these people, that's 9 years of the tax payers' money. The Drug Wars have been costly and is a losing battle.

Prohibition has a long history. Moonshiner/boot-legging was pretty common through the backwoods. Those old moonshiners were portrayed as society scum through propaganda.

Truth, you cannot control something that is illegal. The illegal drug market is and has been out of control for a real long time. It's like an infection that has spread to small towns across America. Drug addiction does not discriminate.

One should begin to think, what is the real problem in society? Why is there a market for the black market drug industry? Yea, they may have gotten these people, but there are thousands of others waiting to take their place. The problem is not resolved and 9 years of taxpayers' money was spent. Cheer on, but the 9 years of money spent definitely didn't take drugs off the streets or even begin to solve the real problem. That's the big picture we fail to see.
Well, let me explain myself I guess. I do agree with a majority of your opinion on this matter. I will copy and paste the comments I was referring to as "ignorant." The original post, completely ignorant. Your point, I totally agree, but some of the comments made by all, totally uncalled for. How can we bash someone for making racial "assumptions", yet turn around and do it to them. Just my opinion..so here goes:
Vernon Parish Redneck Honkie.
An honest man can't make an honest living by standing in the white man's line. A white man can`t get assistance when needed, no help with medical bills for a child or anything else. hummm, wonder if that has anything to do with the White Redneck Honkie sitting behind the hiring desk.
*those are the comments I was referring to. We can get our opinion across without degrading others.
one

Lexington Park, MD

#17 May 13, 2013
Let's remember not to judge anyone. These people are human and you do not know the full story. It could easily be one of us. I say let's just pray for them because lives are going to be affected by this. I pray that they will get a fair trial, which everyone deserves.
me

New Iberia, LA

#18 May 13, 2013
one wrote:
Let's remember not to judge anyone. These people are human and you do not know the full story. It could easily be one of us. I say let's just pray for them because lives are going to be affected by this. I pray that they will get a fair trial, which everyone deserves.
Well said! I agree.

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#19 May 13, 2013
zero wrote:
<quoted text>
So your saying we should just let the drug dealers do as they please? From what you posted Law Enforcement might as well just let them all go since it takes tax payers money to stop them. I don't mind paying tax for them to do what they need to do, the drug dealer they get maybe the drug dealer in route to sell to a child, and that has no price tag. They did a great job and sure there was only a couple arrest, but the arrest will produce more arrest which in turn produces more.(You get my point)
Okay! Now we have a discussion. No, I did not say we should just let the drug dealers do as they please. Nor should we let our political official do as they please. We must be responsible for our neighborhoods and communities.

I'm saying that the problem is bigger than one investigation case and the drug dealers must have a market to expend time & money to manufacture and distribute.(You get my point)

The drug dealer is the creation of our society. The drug dealer does not exist if there is no one buying. Since drug dealing (black-market) is illegal, then no one knows what is really being sold or bought. There is no control or regulation to truly study or monitor what people are consuming. Very dangerous conditions for our future unborn children, our future adults, our present communities.

Why do people do illicit drugs?

Arrests do not solve the problems of drug usage and/or drug addictions, nor does it stop the black-market drug dealing. What are some better remedies? Our money is being spent for something that is not a solution to this plague on society.

eme

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#20 May 13, 2013
me wrote:
<quoted text>
"...totally uncalled for. How can we bash someone for making racial "assumptions", yet turn around and do it to them. Just my opinion..so here goes:
Vernon Parish Redneck Honkie.
An honest man can't make an honest living by standing in the white man's line. A white man can`t get assistance when needed, no help with medical bills for a child or anything else. hummm, wonder if that has anything to do with the White Redneck Honkie sitting behind the hiring desk.
*those are the comments I was referring to. We can get our opinion across without degrading others.
Yes, I get your point and thank you for helping make my point. I wish more people knew gentleness and kindness, but they don't. Sometimes it takes hardness to get the point across to the hardened engrained characters.

Hope to see more posting from you!

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