Watch out drug dealers!!!

Watch out drug dealers!!!

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HaHa

Lexington, KY

#1 Dec 30, 2010
Indictments are coming. Looks like some people are going to go back to jail. A whopping 154 indictments. I know I cannot wait til they take this scum of the streets. From what I saw
there is a lot of cocaine and pill dealers going to get it. Hooray!
Cleveland Sithers

Florence, KY

#2 Dec 30, 2010
Hope they take all the gays out too
curious

Batavia, OH

#3 Dec 30, 2010
Indictment...does that mean they are going to be picked up or arrested? How do you know about it and that there are 154?
lolz

Evansville, IN

#4 Dec 30, 2010
Take one drug dealer off the streets, 2 more pop up. Thats how it works and how its always gonna be. Jail time doesnt scare carer criminals
curiouser

Lexington, KY

#5 Dec 31, 2010
more info please theres been a lot goiing on around town
Almost Heaven

Poca, WV

#6 Dec 31, 2010
Yeah, a sealed indictment means your ass is already busted, been there done that. You need lawyers guns and money!
Chris middleton

United States

#7 Dec 31, 2010
They wont touch me bitches. Believe that! Im protected.
Info

Lexington, KY

#8 Dec 31, 2010
Yea there are a lot of indictments coming out. There are a lot of people who are already under some sort of supervision getting busted. It's funny because they have been letting them get by with stuff and watching as they get more and more in the open and obvious about what they are doing. I work at the courthouse and everyone knows about it. They plan on really sticking it to them all. I hope they get every last loser off the streets.

“Go KENTUCKY!!!”

Since: Jun 08

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#9 Dec 31, 2010
Cleveland Sithers wrote:
Hope they take all the gays out too
Why? They would have to take you out then. You know what they say about people who are homophobic? You might want to just come on out of that closet!!!

Since: Dec 10

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#11 Jan 1, 2011
You would not believe the incompetence i have seen the police dealing with obvious drug dealing. i have no faith
Chris

Lexington, KY

#12 Jan 1, 2011
Shouldn't you hypocrites be more worried about the pills your children are stealing out of your medicine cabinets?

You guys are worthless...
Info

Lexington, KY

#14 Jan 2, 2011
Actually, people should worry about the doctors who pass out those pills. The way I see it if parents have a stock pile of narcotic pills always on hand, they are druggies also. With today's information, and the spotlight put on narcotic prescriptions everyone knows the dangers. There are a few doctors who are on the brink of losing their practice. The drug dealers are going to receive indictments. There are a few who will be going to prison for a long time. They have indictments on several repeat offenders. There are even indictments for parents of the dealers. This big sweep will help clean this city up that's for sure.
Chris

Lexington, KY

#15 Jan 2, 2011
If pills were %100 legal, would you be a drug addict? If your answer is no, then ask yourself why you want drugs to be illegal. Certainly it wouldn't be for personal reasons, it would be for reasons related to you infringing on others life decisions.

Oh, but the kids, the kids! How can I forget the kids!! We must protect our kids from drugs with laws right?

...Let me tell you something about your kids. Alcohol is behind a sales counter, and you must have an ID and cash to purchase it. Crack and pills are in a dealers pocket on your local street corner, and all you need is cash.

Ask yourself now, which is easier for a child to obtain, alcohol or crack? If you have to think about it, let me answer for you. Crack is easier for a child to obtain.

If drugs were legal, within a matter of months they would be behind sales counters, and guess what? You would need an ID and cash to obtain it. Only then will alcohol be as easily attained as crack cocaine. After corporate America takes hold of the drug market, all of your street crack/pill in the pocket dealers will be out of business and forced to find a job because WalMart will low ball every street product out there. Really though, how can you compete with WalMart, look at all of the mom and pop shops that complain about the epidemic. Boy's it's time to sell your rims and find a real job.

After America comes to it's senses and starts regulating and taxing illegal drugs, we can pay off the federal debt instead of putting rims and gold teeth on our local drug dealers. We can then focus on making legitimate laws that will actually protect children from drugs. For instance, it should be illegal for doctors to prescribe children Ritalin or any other synthetic amphetamine that has been proven to increase heart disease and chemical dependency. Another good law would be for prescription bottles to contain key locks on them. If it's as easy for 14 year old Beth to go to the medicine cabinet, and pop the lid off of her mommies Xanex to get a buzz, then Beth's mommy isn't doing enough to protect her daughter from illegal drug use, because we all know that people who take Xanex couldn't possibly remember how many pills they have in the bottle.

Alcohol is in fact a drug, and it used to mirror the same drug situations that we see today. Remember the stories of Al Capone? Remember the illegal money made by street alcohol dealers, and the violence related to it? What solved this problem? Making alcohol legal solved this problem, and making other drugs legal would do the same.

....and no, I don't do illegal drugs and you shouldn't either. Crack heads are going to be crack heads, and there is a very slim chance that me or you could have anything to do with their recovery or use, so it might as well be taxed, and it might as well be behind a counter, away from our childrens immediate reach.

“Jody”

Since: Apr 09

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#16 Jan 2, 2011
Chris wrote:
If pills were %100 legal, would you be a drug addict? If your answer is no, then ask yourself why you want drugs to be illegal. Certainly it wouldn't be for personal reasons, it would be for reasons related to you infringing on others life decisions.
Oh, but the kids, the kids! How can I forget the kids!! We must protect our kids from drugs with laws right?
...Let me tell you something about your kids. Alcohol is behind a sales counter, and you must have an ID and cash to purchase it. Crack and pills are in a dealers pocket on your local street corner, and all you need is cash.
Ask yourself now, which is easier for a child to obtain, alcohol or crack? If you have to think about it, let me answer for you. Crack is easier for a child to obtain.
If drugs were legal, within a matter of months they would be behind sales counters, and guess what? You would need an ID and cash to obtain it. Only then will alcohol be as easily attained as crack cocaine. After corporate America takes hold of the drug market, all of your street crack/pill in the pocket dealers will be out of business and forced to find a job because WalMart will low ball every street product out there. Really though, how can you compete with WalMart, look at all of the mom and pop shops that complain about the epidemic. Boy's it's time to sell your rims and find a real job.
After America comes to it's senses and starts regulating and taxing illegal drugs, we can pay off the federal debt instead of putting rims and gold teeth on our local drug dealers. We can then focus on making legitimate laws that will actually protect children from drugs. For instance, it should be illegal for doctors to prescribe children Ritalin or any other synthetic amphetamine that has been proven to increase heart disease and chemical dependency. Another good law would be for prescription bottles to contain key locks on them. If it's as easy for 14 year old Beth to go to the medicine cabinet, and pop the lid off of her mommies Xanex to get a buzz, then Beth's mommy isn't doing enough to protect her daughter from illegal drug use, because we all know that people who take Xanex couldn't possibly remember how many pills they have in the bottle.
Alcohol is in fact a drug, and it used to mirror the same drug situations that we see today. Remember the stories of Al Capone? Remember the illegal money made by street alcohol dealers, and the violence related to it? What solved this problem? Making alcohol legal solved this problem, and making other drugs legal would do the same.
....and no, I don't do illegal drugs and you shouldn't either. Crack heads are going to be crack heads, and there is a very slim chance that me or you could have anything to do with their recovery or use, so it might as well be taxed, and it might as well be behind a counter, away from our childrens immediate reach.
Now that was a slam dunk!! I'm not sure if I agree 100% but the point about access to illegal drugs being easier for kids,..?.. I have to admit that had never occurred to me.

I've read your comments for a while now, and I know one thing,.. you'd be damn interesting to debate issues with.
Hum

Frankfort, KY

#17 Jan 3, 2011
Chris hit the spot and made everyone think about things. BUT if you are dealing to kids you need to have the @#$% beat out of you. Now with the new sheriff coming in you dealers better watch your step!!!
in the know

Lexington, KY

#18 Jan 3, 2011
gtownguy wrote:
I hope they get the Abners there on Detroit ave
would that be that tara girl and her family?

Since: Dec 10

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#19 Jan 4, 2011
Doctors are putting a whole lot of drugs out there. I just wish i could get a script for smoking my weed. I self medicate. I dont trust pharmaceuticals. Keep it natural.Weed doesnt make you go into withdraw. it doesnt motivate people to go out and kill for the next joint.its a simple low affect drug that comforts many after a long days work
Hallarious

Evansville, IN

#20 Jan 4, 2011
Info glad your not working or living next to me.Is it common practice to release that kind of info. to the public.I would think not.I think you done a lot more favors than you have scared anybody here.Worry about your own damn back yard.Im not saying they are not destroying our society and our children but so are guns and pervs.and alcohol and texting while driving hell our kids cant even drink out of mcdonald glasses anymore from the lead in them making them sick.People are scared but wounder how often that runs through the court house water cooler conversations.
babygirl

Lexington, KY

#21 Jan 4, 2011
if people would mind their own damn business and worry about raising their own children properly then we would have less to worry about. its easy for people to point the finger but really hard for some to look in the mirror!! drugs are a problem, but there is a whole worse than a pain pill available in lexington. if a person isnt out killing someone or stealing shit to get their drugs what should you care about if they wanna risk their lives to get the next high. the abners are good people
mad in lex

Lexington, KY

#22 Jan 4, 2011
how can anyone that knows the abners say some horse shit like that about them?? all that man does is rais his kids and his grandchildren,he will give you the shirt off of his back if you need it!!!! if your man enough to post some lies about him then be man enough to post your name so i can come and slap the shit out of you, you worthless peice of shit!!!!

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