females in the estill co jail
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#1 Jan 27, 2010
i dont think they get treated as well as the men. does anyone know any women in jail or that have been to jail lately.its not right..they are not dogs
#2 Jan 27, 2010
y would u think they are treated not as well as the guys. i am sure they r treated as well or even better. jail is jail if they r in there then there is a reason!!!!!!!!!!
#3 Jan 28, 2010
my thoughts on them being dogs if you act like a dog then you deserve to be treated like one.if these sorry ass women would stay out of the drug shacks.and take care of their of kids they wouldnot be in jail .the kids are ones being treated like dogs like brenda davenport shes in jail now .that nasty whore has been in kind of trouble you can think of .wheres her three kids/ibet she dont even know if she would get the drugs and men and be a mother to her kids she would'nt be where she is now SO IF YOU ARE GOING TO ACT LIKE A DOG YOU SHOULD BE TREATED LIKE ONE.....
#4 Jan 28, 2010
people in jail shouldn't be treated good at all. men or women. that way they might not want to go back.they're treated so good now they like to be there.
#5 Jan 28, 2010
"yeah" your wrong, everyone in jail is not guilty and for you to suggest that they shouldn't be treated at all good turns my stomach. If it were you in there and I were to treat you bad whilst at the same time you didn't belong in there how would you feel and what attitude towards the world would that lead you too? I'll tell you, you would be angry at the world after being released thus you would become that which you were wrongfully punished for out of pure spite. The system creates more offenders with each and every trial.
#6 Jan 28, 2010
if you go to jail or prison & ask, everyone there will tell you they are innocent. i have been there once & i didn't like it so i make it a point not to go back. i learned my lesson. i work 6 days a week 10 hours a day but if i didn't want to work jail would be a perfect place to be. 3 hots & a cot,all the drugs you want.
#7 Jan 28, 2010
It's ok to be who you are, but don't forget the humanity that has been suppressed by years of watching people chop people up on tv.
You have been desensitized, let me guess and for a second just bare with me on this. It makes you even more sad to see an animal die than it does to see a human stranger die. This is the case for over half of americans. You don't have to admit it and you most likely wont, but you know as well as I all of the years of watching people die on Tv has made it common place so to see humans being mistreated so nobody has any real emotions for a stranger anymore if someone says they are guilty then by god lets fry them, isn't that how it works? no that's not how it works, that's how they make it work. You'll learn about what I'm talking about if you just google around, "desensitized America"
#8 Jan 28, 2010
It's become a mantra. America is "desensitized." Violent movies, music and videos make Americans impervious to the pain and grief of others.
Can we hit the pause button on this "America the desensitized" stuff?
In ordering a government investigation on how Hollywood markets violent movies, music and videos to young people, President Clinton said, "There are now over 300 studies that show that sustained, lifetime, week in and week out, night in and night out exposure to indiscriminate violence through various media outlets, over a period of time, makes people less sensitive, both to violence and to the consequences of violence."
#9 Jan 28, 2010
Take note of how the news is never good, 99.8% of the time only bad things are covered and this isn't by accident but by design.
Things that once appalled us now have become commonplace. We have heard so much evil that it doesn't bother us anymore. Even Christians have fallen pray! Isaiah 6:9 urges Christians to use their Christian senses, lest they too become desensitized.
America is no longer guided by Christian principles though I am not religious I still know that the words within the bible are wise. Secular humanism now directs the public affairs of our nation. This philosophy denies God, Christ and the Bible.
You have government agent's infiltrating religious parties and corrupting gods word from within so as to substitute his own morals.
When we remove God's standards, then man is free to substitute his own standards of morality and we disallow the divinity of Christ and His completed work on the cross. Then there is no longer any need for God and His atoning grace. The moral compass points to what is right in the eyes of each individual without respect to God's standards.
#10 Jan 28, 2010
What I'm trying to say is, snap out of it, get back in touch with your humanity and want for another what you would want for yourself. If someone did something wrong it doesn't mean they cannot be forgiven or that they aren't human. Sh-it, I remember back when I was speculating about death panels in america and people were laughing at me yet now the panels have came to pass and I was right, I know im right rather you think so or not. Get back in touch with your humanity whilst you can still salvage it.
#11 Jan 28, 2010
is roy sturgill still in jail?
#12 Jan 28, 2010
I had to go once over dui for 10 days and it was no picnic , poor pitiful me. I still believe that people in jail for certain crimes get way way more than deserve, feed em beans and thats it. Humanity my ass, most of the creeps in prison are there because they did something bad, if they did it to someone you loved would you give a crap what they got or how they were treated?
#13 Jan 28, 2010
I never said anything about what I would do if someone harmed a loved one,
There are not only innocents on death row, there are innocents everywhere behind bars. Unfortunately, not every conviction can be vindicated through the technology of DNA evidence. Various falsely incarcerated persons suffer from injustices afflicted by bogus witnesses, unlawful police, court appointed defense attorneys, prosecutors and judges! One or more of the following factors typically contribute to a false conviction:
Erroneous identification by the victim(s)/ witness(es)
Fabrication of evidence by police or crime lab technicians
Overzealous prosecutors who are concerned with winning instead of serving justice
Court appointed defense attorneys are not always experienced in criminal law, or even capital crime cases. It does happen that for instance divorce or bankruptcy attorneys have to defend clients who are accused of murder.
*Lack of proper police investigation
*False confessions that were physically or psychologically coerced
*Perjury by prosecution witnesses
*"Snitches"/ Informants/ Co-defendants (state witnesses) being allowed to testify in court and making "deals" with the prosecutor
*Uncritical and untrained jurors. They are not aware of the "games" that are being played.
*Exclusion of other suspects
*Rulings of the judge who favors the prosecution
*Unethical news reporters who deliberately only tell half of the "story". They put pressure on the state to prosecute, convict and sometimes execute someone.
*Crucial evidence disappears, is destroyed or withheld from the defense
*Lack of resources prevents the defendant from hiring investigators and experts. However, thanks to the tax payers, the prosecutor has all the resources needed to win a conviction.
*Prejudice against a defendant's ethnity, race, religion, nationality, political or personal ideas
*Coerced plea bargains by the prosecutor's piling on of charges that would result in a much longer sentence or even the death penalty
*The prosecutor's, law enforcement's and witnesses' immunity from suit allows them to get away with perjury and other felonies without being prosecuted and punished themselves
These are all factors that you must consider, you cannot just look at everyone in prison and go yep, he's guilty let em rott. But that's how you tick you sick lil fuker, and you'll pay for it one day. You only further proved my point, do you realize that the united states admits that it's judicial system is broken? I'm sure you heard that or read it somewhere... oh but wait, they could slap you in the face and then tell you they didn't and you'd take their word for it. I honestly can see why other countries laugh at america, it's because of people like you.
#14 Jan 28, 2010
"There is no crueler tyranny than that which is exercised under cover of law, and with the colors of justice …."
United States vs Jannottie, 673 F.2d 578, 614 (ed Cir. 1982)
"The only thing needed for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"
Edmund Burke (1729-1797)
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.(1929-1968)
"When a cause comes along and you know in your bones that it is just, yet refuse to defend it - at that moment you begin to die. And I have never seen so many corpses walking around talking about justice."
Mumia Abu-Jamal (journalist on death row)
"If you're innocent in prison, you suffer for it because it means you can't get parole because you won't say you're guilty. When people like that year after year continue to maintain they are innocent, then those people are the people we have to listen to.”
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter (freed innocent prisoner and activist)
"They [the system] are quick to convict but they are slow to correct their mistakes."
Alton Logan (freed innocent prisoner after 26 years)
"There needs to be legislation to get rid of time limitations for actual innocence. There's no time limit on murder; there should be no time limitations on actual innocence."
Sherry Swiney (activist and wife of a framed police officer)
"No government is ever pure or wise enough to claim the power to kill."
Albert Camus (1913-1960)
"Each time a person stands up for an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others....they send forth a ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centres of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance."
Robert F. Kennedy (1925-1968)
"A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history."
Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)
#15 Jan 28, 2010
With god almighty as my witness, Americans are dumbest this planet has to offer, at least in other countries they can actually see the tyranny, not here though people go about their day to day as if it's all good but wait till they lock you up for nothing and tell you that there will be no trial and you are a suspected terrorist because you own a sleeping bag. yeah I know sounds silly right, but don't get cocky or i'll post up an FBI training video where in they teach cops to treat people as suspected terrorists if they have a sleeping bag in their car and other common items as well. Wake up, either your an idiot or you aren't which is it?
#16 Jan 28, 2010
I get where your going. I believe that big gov chipps away at our libertys each passing day.
You end up on a terror watch list for being on catalogs mailing lists. Having the supplies that FEMA says that you should have in your car in case of disaster.
Hell I'm more than likely on more than one.
CCDW licens holder.
Prior service Vet
Anti tax protester
#17 Jan 29, 2010
Yeah, if you are prior military you automatically get placed on NCIC terror watch lists. Openly speaking on the net this way will land you on one too.
Here are the real terrorists:
3 Richmond Kentucky Police Officers indicted (Felony witness tampering, misdemeanor assault)
Posted on Fri Jan 29 2010 00:05:29 GMT-0700 (Mountain Standard Time) by The Magical Mischief Tour
Three Richmond police officers indicted Thursday by a Madison County grand jury face felony counts accusing them of trying to intimidate or tamper with a female witness. One of the three was also indicted on a count of misdemeanor assault against the woman.
The indictment refers to but does not specify what happened "on or about Oct. 27, 2009 and continuing until January of 2010." But according to The Richmond Register newspaper, Sgt. James Rogers and officers Garry Murphy and Brian Hensley were indicted for events surrounding an Oct. 27 incident in which a woman initially accused the officers of sexually assaulting her.
The woman later recanted the assault accusations when interviewed the next day by the Madison County sheriff's office, the paper reported. None of the officers is indicted on any counts of sexual assault or rape. However, Rogers is indicted on a count of intimidating a witness in the legal process, or, in the alternative, of tampering with a witness. Both are class D felonies punishable by one to five years in prison.
Murphy and Hensley were indicted on a count of complicity to commit intimidating a participant in the legal process, or, in the alternative, complicity to commit tampering with a witness. Both are class D felonies punishable by one to five years in prison. David Smith, commonwealth's attorney for Madison County, said the alternative counts are offered "to give the jury another count to consider in terms of the proof that we put on at trial." The "intimidating a witness" count says Rogers "used threats directed" to the woman "to influence or attempt to influence her testimony." Likewise, the complicity counts against Murphy and Hensley say they "aided and assisted Rogers" in that conduct.
The "tampering with a witness" count says Rogers, "knowing that the woman might be called as a witness in an official proceeding ... knowingly made false statements and practiced acts of fraud and deceit with intent to influence her testimony." Likewise, the complicity counts against Murphy and Hensley say they "aided and assisted" Rogers in that conduct. Murphy was also indicted on a charge of fourth-degree assault for "intentionally causing physical injury" to the woman by "allegedly hitting or smacking her." That is a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail.
In a written statement issued Thursday afternoon, Richmond Police Chief Larry Brock said, "It wouldn't be appropriate for us to comment on a pending criminal case. In addition, we are still bound by the Police Officer's Bill of Rights, which precludes us from commenting on a pending administrative matter." The three officers are represented by Scott Crosbie and James Deckard of Lexington. The three officers were suspended with pay in late October and then went on unpaid suspension in late December, Crosbie said. He said an administrative hearing had been scheduled for January but was postponed pending any action from the Madison County grand jury. The hearing has not been rescheduled.
#18 Jan 29, 2010
RPD is crooked no doubt.
#19 Jan 29, 2010
what the hell'we're not talking about all this bullshit. we're talking about these sorry ass women in jail who has innocent little kids.did these women think twice about them when they were doing drugs.where are these kids at now in foster homes//with people they doh't know for once the women in ESTILL CO. NEED TO STRAIGHTEN THEIR ASS'S UP. these kids didn't ask to be brought in to this world to be treated like dogs.there is nothing like a mothers love so these kids have no one.so my oppenion is if you do the crime you need to do the time.so rot in jail BRENDA DAVENPORT''YOU FU;;;CKING WHORE,....
#20 Jan 29, 2010
well, lets make goin to the pokey a real fun thing, I can't help what happens to the innocent ones, I feel bad for them, but for all the guilty ones, too bad. Jail needs to be worse than it is for some criminals, like Manson , they should have fried his ass.
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