Daughter

United States

#25 Mar 15, 2013
I agree. They are people and they should be fed and have medical attention. Just because you are in jail doesn't make you a horrible person and not make you not worthy to be fed. You there to be taught a lesson to not do it again not to be treated like a slave. My father and mother have both been in jail and they are the best people I know and I know the things that go on. They need to provide better medical. The food is okay. They don't need gourmet food. But if there not allowed to leave to treat themselves than they should be providing it.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#26 Mar 15, 2013
That is touching. Stupid, but touching.
gosh

Somerset, KY

#28 Mar 15, 2013
_Satan 64_ wrote:
I guess we have a bunch of idiots, that cannot realize that over half the people being detained in jails, have not been convicted of a damn thing.
They are being held against their will, for the purpose of the counties digging into the pockets of the families that have a member being held in jail.
Twenty year ago, what use to be a misdemeanor charge, is now a felony, because the courts have realized how profitable a jail can be.
I dont know if its true or not but i heard that they get over 2,000 dollars a month for each federal inmate and notice how the federal inmates are not allowed a bond .I always thougght everyone was entitled to a bond even if it was so high they could not put it up. This is sad because a lot of people are innocent and have to sit in jail for a year or 2 waiting to go to court
and they act like the country is so broke LOOK at how many millions they could save a year letting these inmates have a bond untill their court date .
LOL

Somerset, KY

#30 Mar 15, 2013
_Satan 64_ wrote:
I guess we have a bunch of idiots, that cannot realize that over half the people being detained in jails, have not been convicted of a damn thing.
They are being held against their will, for the purpose of the counties digging into the pockets of the families that have a member being held in jail.
Twenty year ago, what use to be a misdemeanor charge, is now a felony, because the courts have realized how profitable a jail can be.
What used to be a misdemeanor that is now a felony? Jail, funny thing, does detain people against their will. It always has. There are many that have not been convicted but can't make bail. If you've ever been to an arraignment, you will see that the bail is within the law and generally very reasonable except for a known flight risk. First time offenders are often released just on their own recognizance. Not guilty verdicts are automatically entered for inmates without representation and representation is provided to them. Funny thing about jail, it's full of people who have been there before. If a person has been there before, the bail is often a little higher than the first time. Funny thing about courts. They tend to think people who have been arrested fore the same crime more than once are more likely to be guilty. But they are really all innocent. Just ask them.

Since: Jun 12

Deadwood, SD

#31 Mar 15, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
What used to be a misdemeanor that is now a felony? Jail, funny thing, does detain people against their will. It always has. There are many that have not been convicted but can't make bail. If you've ever been to an arraignment, you will see that the bail is within the law and generally very reasonable except for a known flight risk. First time offenders are often released just on their own recognizance. Not guilty verdicts are automatically entered for inmates without representation and representation is provided to them. Funny thing about jail, it's full of people who have been there before. If a person has been there before, the bail is often a little higher than the first time. Funny thing about courts. They tend to think people who have been arrested fore the same crime more than once are more likely to be guilty. But they are really all innocent. Just ask them.
Funny thing is, you have people post on here that do not know their ass from a hole in the ground.

Another funny thing is someone that thinks they have it all figured out, but has no experience or knowledge of the subject at hand.
Finally

London, KY

#32 Mar 15, 2013
You finally told a partial truth anyway. The jail is full of people who have been there before. Around here, if you have ever been in trouble before, you will be arrested again. You will be harrassed for eternity. But hey, little London has local, state,and federal boys all right there. Probably more law enforcement than any place of it's size anywhere. There has to be lots of arrests to keep everyone a job, the jail full, the courts full, and the money flowing.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#33 Mar 16, 2013
_Twisted Wicked_ wrote:
<quoted text>Funny thing is, you have people post on here that do not know their ass from a hole in the ground.
Another funny thing is someone that thinks they have it all figured out, but has no experience or knowledge of the subject at hand.
You are absolutely right. I'm glad you've seen the error of your ways and I guess you will stop posting.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#34 Mar 16, 2013
Finally wrote:
You finally told a partial truth anyway. The jail is full of people who have been there before. Around here, if you have ever been in trouble before, you will be arrested again. You will be harrassed for eternity. But hey, little London has local, state,and federal boys all right there. Probably more law enforcement than any place of it's size anywhere. There has to be lots of arrests to keep everyone a job, the jail full, the courts full, and the money flowing.
Yeah, it's really a sad story. Innocent people picked on all the time, and, like I said, they are all innocent, just ask them or their families.

Get real and face the fact that you or your beloved family member committed a crime.
Finally

London, KY

#35 Mar 16, 2013
Yea,it's too bad people have families. It's too bad when the truth comes out, and the real truth is, London, Ky. is all about keeping the money coming in. Like another post said, CORRUPTION RUNS DEEP in London. Real deep.
clay

London, KY

#36 Mar 16, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, it's really a sad story. Innocent people picked on all the time, and, like I said, they are all innocent, just ask them or their families.
Get real and face the fact that you or your beloved family member committed a crime.
In other words unless it is high classed people who kill their grandkids or husband killers ,fry em they're all guilty,dont bother with a trial,people laugh at the words innocent till proven guilty.It is a joke.Everyone knows as soon as some dirty cop arrests someone they are guilty.Lets close the money making pit down and just shoot them on sight,guess people like you would love that,but our town jerkoffs wont,they like the money too good.Follow the money,it is big business.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#37 Mar 16, 2013
I will agree in high profile cases, such as murders cops often appear to decide someone is guilty then make the evidence fit. But if you're caught selling drugs, making drugs, transporting drugs and you've been caught for that before, you're guilty. I mean, crap just face it. However, I never said anybody should be denied due process nor should somebody with money get preferential treatment. Of course, we all know that happens. But when you popped out nobody told you it was a fair place did they? But this BS about not getting treated like a king or my parents are the best people in the world, they just get in jail ever so often is just that BS. But with the parents you can't blame the kid.
Finally

London, KY

#38 Mar 16, 2013
You are ASSUMING someone is guilty. Sometimes assumptions are wrong. Sometimes they're even dangerous. Kinda like assuming everyone that goes through that jail is a sorry POS, and don't even deserve humane treatment, huh?
LOL

Somerset, KY

#40 Mar 16, 2013
_Satan 64_ wrote:
<quoted text>You have proven beyond a shadow of all doubt, that you are a complete buffoon.
Laurel Co. is the armpit of America. Its yahoo`s like you, that get the jobs of pretending to be law enforcement. The officers in laurel Co. are the same as any hick town, once you`ve been in ANY trouble, including speeding tickets, arguments with another person, etc. they keep a watch out for everything you do, and low and behold if you spit on the sidewalk, they will charge you with multiple asinine crimes.
They charged me once,(years ago when i was stupid enough to live down there) with manslaughter. The fellow was shot with a 9 MM, and the gun was found not far from the body. It was registered to me. But the idiots didn`t have enough sense too follow up on my statement, that my house had been broken into and the pistol, a couple rifles and the TV and VCR all had been stolen, along with a collection of old gold and silver coins that i had collected for years. They arrested me, and denied me a bond, it wasn`t until I had hired Sam Begley to represent me, and get a copy of the state police report and show up in court. They dismissed the charge, but i spent almost thirty day in the old jail before they even brought me in front of the damn judge.
That same scenario happens on a daily basis down there.
I'm not law enforcement and never have been. I have over 20 speeding tickets since I first got a driver's license. They weren't watching me then and they don't now. Guess what? I was speeding every single time they got me.

So, you got a bone to pick. Who gives a crap? There's more to that story, because how did they know the gun was, not registered, purchased by you? They would have had to follow the factory trail to the gun shop and then find that the gun was sold to you. Most people, including you, have no idea what the purchase form for a firearm is. So, if they went to that trouble, then you had some other connection other than just they needed to question you. So about a firearm. I've bought and sold guns for years and I've been questioned about how I disposed of one, but no arrest because I did nothing illegal. There's more to it isn't there?

They have arraignments about three times a week in Laurel County. An inmate doesn't sit for long before they get to pop up and say "Not Guilty, pure as the driven snow your honor."
Finally

London, KY

#41 Mar 16, 2013
UH, can't you read either? It states plainly, it was registered to me. What you're saying doesn't even make sense. Go count your money.

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#43 Mar 16, 2013
LOL wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not law enforcement and never have been. I have over 20 speeding tickets since I first got a driver's license. They weren't watching me then and they don't now. Guess what? I was speeding every single time they got me.
So, you got a bone to pick. Who gives a crap? There's more to that story, because how did they know the gun was, not registered, purchased by you? They would have had to follow the factory trail to the gun shop and then find that the gun was sold to you. Most people, including you, have no idea what the purchase form for a firearm is. So, if they went to that trouble, then you had some other connection other than just they needed to question you. So about a firearm. I've bought and sold guns for years and I've been questioned about how I disposed of one, but no arrest because I did nothing illegal. There's more to it isn't there?
They have arraignments about three times a week in Laurel County. An inmate doesn't sit for long before they get to pop up and say "Not Guilty, pure as the driven snow your honor."
Ha,ha,ha,lord you are funny,sure they take them to court,set the bond for 2 or 3 hundred thousand.May as well not set one ,who can afford it.As for your speeding tickets,you are lucky or a very good looking woman,one of the 2.if you are real pretty and flirt a little,things are different than they are for guys.Or your family may be rich,in that case they give you more respect than normal people,because it is clear you don't know jack about the real story.The only ones who don't lay it out in the jail til trial are the wealthy and the rats,if someone gets out fast or cheap,he or she is a narc,rat drug dealer,user for the cops.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#44 Mar 16, 2013
Finally wrote:
UH, can't you read either? It states plainly, it was registered to me. What you're saying doesn't even make sense. Go count your money.
Only NFA guns are registered. Educate yourself. There is no gun registering of guns in the U.S., not yet anyway, unless it's an NFA gun which a 9MM is not. Just because somebody believes it and says it doesn't make it so. Bonjour.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#45 Mar 16, 2013
_Satan 64_ wrote:
<quoted text>If i`ve got a "bone to pick" is all you got out of that post, then your reading comprehension skills are lacking, and you should take a class.
The incident happened twenty five years ago, and computers were not being used for compiling info, and if they had been more to the story, they wouldn`t have dropped all charge, now would they?
I`ve been friend, and foe to many of the law enforcement in the county, i know think that have happened, that today, would have been a complete shut down of an entire force. It happened then, and it still happens now. New players, same game.
If there had been more compelling evidence, they might not have dropped the charges. Was anybody else ever charged? If so, then due process worked correctly. It was never meant to be convenient but it worked. If they never charged anybody else, then there was not enough evidence in the case and due process worked again, albeit there is a killer loose. So, you ended up with a chip on your shoulder. Sounds to me as if you were somebody they felt was worthy of watching.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#46 Mar 16, 2013
Nope not a pretty woman. Ugly man with a former lead foot. But speeding and wreckless driving (donuts) never made me a marked man. And I was guilty every single time, except once and I went to court, represented myself and won. I've been to court and watched arraignments. Most bonds are $10,000, 10% will get you out. Some repeats will go as high as $50,000 cash. They don't need out anyway. I saw one murder arraignment that was couple hundred thousand but some guy had shot some people then finished them with a hammer. All started over the shooting of cat in Georgetown or Winchester and wound up on Cromer Ridge, a place they didn't even know about. Strange story. Oh, they were found guilty after pleading not. I think the actual killer finally gave the full statement. Should of let him go. Poor kid looked innocent, and that's enough.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#47 Mar 16, 2013
All seems typical. Everybody is innocent, the only bad people are the police. Just wanting to make money. It's all corrupt. Trying to make a dollar off the poor man.

Rage against the machine, that's what I say. It's always worked before. LOL.

Since: Jun 12

Deadwood, SD

#48 Mar 16, 2013
LOL wrote:
All seems typical. Everybody is innocent, the only bad people are the police. Just wanting to make money. It's all corrupt. Trying to make a dollar off the poor man.
Rage against the machine, that's what I say. It's always worked before. LOL.
You are rambling again.

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