dexter

London, KY

#21 Feb 22, 2013
Didnt Harold have a brother named Gerald? I thought that was him. I bought pot from gerald several times when harold was sheriff.
dexter

London, KY

#22 Feb 22, 2013
I also seem to remember something about the FBI going to harolds house too. That was about 3 weeks before martha lane collins named him as her pot eradication chief or something of that sort.
Im not bashing harold sizemore in any way but lots of people in clay county would love to know why he didnt make his own family members stop selling dope while he was sheriff. To me that smacks of something other than being an honest cop.
hehe

London, KY

#23 Feb 22, 2013
Honest cop,joke of the day.
Eagleeye

Somerset, KY

#24 Feb 22, 2013
No Dexter Harold did not have a brother named Gerald. You must be bad jealous of him or crying now because he busted you. What is the real truth? That has you wanting to down an Honest Cop.
Dexter

London, KY

#25 Feb 23, 2013
Eagleeye


London, KY

Naw eagleeye Im not jealous of Harold. I do kinda feel sorry for him knowing his lying ass is going to burn in hell for murder but he done the deed so he should have to pay the price. And he will.
He killed an unarmed man in the clay county jail.
Do you want to brag about that in his defense?
Im not a violent person but I seriously wish somebody would explain to him in language he understands the error of his ways.
Chester Goode

Williamsburg, KY

#26 Feb 23, 2013
Dexter wrote:
Eagleeye
London, KY
Naw eagleeye Im not jealous of Harold. I do kinda feel sorry for him knowing his lying ass is going to burn in hell for murder but he done the deed so he should have to pay the price. And he will.
He killed an unarmed man in the clay county jail.
Do you want to brag about that in his defense?
Im not a violent person but I seriously wish somebody would explain to him in language he understands the error of his ways.
Who?
Eagleeye

Somerset, KY

#27 Feb 23, 2013
Well Dexter as you know everything you should go to him and tell him the errors of his ways, because you are coming up with things i never heared about. I'm sure he would weclome the information that you have, unless it is all false! So step up to the plate an do your duty and correct him.
dexter

London, KY

#28 Feb 24, 2013
Eagleeye


London, KY

Maybe you should do a little research into your hero's actions while he was sheriff.
He shot a mans guts out right there in the clay county jail. The man was in jail.
There should have been a murder charge come out of that no matter who pulled the trigger.
perkins

Williamsburg, KY

#29 Feb 24, 2013
dexter wrote:
Eagleeye
London, KY
Maybe you should do a little research into your hero's actions while he was sheriff.
He shot a mans guts out right there in the clay county jail. The man was in jail.
There should have been a murder charge come out of that no matter who pulled the trigger.
Who did Harold shoot?
Eagleeye

Somerset, KY

#30 Feb 24, 2013
Dexter I took your advise an done a little research by talking to various members of the Jail staff whom has worked at the jail over the last 30 plus years and noone remembers anyone getting shot at the Jail especially being lodged in Jail. Boy you must be on some good stuff, because you have reported two items that have prove to be false as they apply to Harold, he does not have a brother named Gerald and he has not shot anyone at the Jail. Yes I talked to several people of the County and they agreed with me that Harold done a Good Job while he served as Sheriff. I see that you don't have the nerve to approach Harold with your statements, so if you would like I will advise him to check Topix out? Please advise.
CSI

London, KY

#31 Feb 24, 2013
dexter wrote:
Gerald was selling drugs wide open while Harold was sheriff. Just about everybody that lived in clay county back then knew about it.
He has done nothing but sell dope all his adult life but he goes down for murder.
Well. Its way past time for him to pay his dues anyway but its kinda ironic to think Harold was getting some kind of award for being top cop all while his brother was selling dope wide open and now is charged with murder.
Well its obvious you know nothing about Harold Sizemore....so lets get to something you may actually know something about....

If H. Sizemore did have a brother named Gerald or Jerry or whatever....Why would you think... he would haved killed Eli?
CSI

London, KY

#32 Feb 24, 2013
dexter wrote:
I also seem to remember something about the FBI going to harolds house too. That was about 3 weeks before martha lane collins named him as her pot eradication chief or something of that sort.
Im not bashing harold sizemore in any way but lots of people in clay county would love to know why he didnt make his own family members stop selling dope while he was sheriff. To me that smacks of something other than being an honest cop.
....well as you say maybe "something of that sort"....don't know anything about the Martha Lane Collins deal there...but a simple Google search shows that H. Sizemore went to work as a special agent for the United States not the state of KY (GO BIG BLUE)...

I'm not questioning your memory...or just thinking your an out and out liar...Im just going quess you just got your info kinda transposed....

...maybe Ms. Collins came to vist him a few days before he took his job with the Federal Goverment....
Well

Williamsburg, KY

#33 Feb 24, 2013
CSI wrote:
<quoted text>
....well as you say maybe "something of that sort"....don't know anything about the Martha Lane Collins deal there...but a simple Google search shows that H. Sizemore went to work as a special agent for the United States not the state of KY (GO BIG BLUE)...
I'm not questioning your memory...or just thinking your an out and out liar...Im just going quess you just got your info kinda transposed....
...maybe Ms. Collins came to vist him a few days before he took his job with the Federal Goverment....
U.S. Forestry Service
CSI

London, KY

#34 Feb 24, 2013
Dexter wrote:
Eagleeye
London, KY
Naw eagleeye Im not jealous of Harold. I do kinda feel sorry for him knowing his lying ass is going to burn in hell for murder but he done the deed so he should have to pay the price. And he will.
He killed an unarmed man in the clay county jail.
Do you want to brag about that in his defense?
Im not a violent person but I seriously wish somebody would explain to him in language he understands the error of his ways.
Alrighty there Dexter...I think I have figured out where all your confusion is coming from....you seem to be getting things that you read on Topix about people confused...(hey, it happens to the best of us)... so I'm going to help straighten things out for you...

first of H. Sizemore didnt kill anyone at the jail...he's father used to be a jailer and later was the sheriff and got killed..

....they were supposed to be some Marcums involved in the murder of H. Sizemores father....

see your confusion now?....in relation to H. Sizemores family...it was a Marcum killing a Sizemore....not a Sizemore killing a Marcum....

Hey, Your welcome....my grandpa gets shit like that messed up and azz backwards all the time also...
CSI

London, KY

#35 Feb 24, 2013
Well wrote:
<quoted text>
U.S. Forestry Service
Well actually it looks like he was a .....Federal law-enforcement officer with the U.S. Forest Service.....seems H. Sizemore did a little more that just prevent forest fires.... check it...
Tribute To Special Agent James Harold Sizemore
Sen. Mitch McConnell
Party
RState
KY
Mr. President, I rise to thank Special Agent James Harold Sizemore for his many years of service to the people of Kentucky. For nearly three decades, he has worked in the dangerous field of law enforcement, risking his own well-being on behalf of his neighbors, and for that an entire State is grateful.
Harold was born and raised in Clay County, where his father was the sheriff. Harold followed in his father's footsteps and was elected sheriff of Clay County in 1982. He took a hard stand against illegal marijuana cultivation, a problem in that area, and conducted several successful eradication missions.
I first met Harold in 1989 when he was still serving as sheriff, and he described to me the devastating effect marijuana cultivation was having in Clay County. After that and right up to today I have given my full support to the Governor's Marijuana Strike Force, which coordinates local, State, and Federal law enforcement to combat the drug problem in Kentucky. This task force has been recognized by the President's Office of National Drug Control Policy for 5 consecutive years.
In 1990, Harold became a Federal law-enforcement officer with the U.S. Forest Service , a job he held for 20 years. In that capacity, he has conducted over 700 flight hours of surveillance and detection for marijuana eradication missions in Kentucky in support of State, local, and Federal task forces. His dedication and tireless efforts resulted in the eradication of over 100,000 marijuana plants, with a street value estimated at $600 million, many in small plots located in remote terrain to avoid detection.
In addition to these flight hours, Harold also participated in several missions in support of high-risk felony search and arrest warrants executed by State and Federal agencies. His professionalism and expertise, coupled with intimate knowledge of the local area, played a significant role in these missions being accomplished safely.
Harold provided key information in over 20 felony investigations, resulting in several Federal indictments and arrests. His personal knowledge of the Clay County area of the Daniel Boone National Forest played a decisive role in the identification of several suspects caught on surveillance, which was initiated as a result of Harold's aerial reconnaissance.
Throughout his career as a Federal law-enforcement officer, Harold's primary responsibility has been that of marijuana eradication officer for the Daniel Boone National Forest--and from that responsibility he has never wavered. In 2008, he was recognized by the U.S. Forest Service for a career of exceptionally meritorious service.

..........Continues on next post..........
CSI

London, KY

#36 Feb 24, 2013
The U.S. Forest Service sometimes works with the Kentucky National Guard in their drug-control efforts, and Harold's dedication was clear to the soldiers he worked alongside.``Harold is one of the driving forces behind the success of the Kentucky National Guard's efforts in support of these missions,'' says LTC Karlas Owens.
``When observing marijuana in a helicopter, Harold possessed the patience of Job while maneuvering his ground element over difficult terrain ... he guided officers cross-country as they walked to distant marijuana plots in the Daniel Boone National Forest and ensured they made a safe return.... Harold not only gives 110 percent to the [U.S.] Forest Service, but always supports the Kentucky National Guard and ensures we are successful as well.''
Lieutenant Colonel Owens also has these words for Harold, after working alongside him for 20 years on these dangerous but vital missions:``For your teachings and friendship, I thank you, Sir.''
A countless number of Kentuckians owe their thanks to Harold as well. Upon his retirement, I know my colleagues in the U.S. Senate join me in thanking Special Agent James Harold Sizemore for his decades of service. The work he has done for so many years has bequeathed to all of us a safer, stronger Kentucky.
CSI

London, KY

#37 Feb 24, 2013
Tribute To Special Agent James Harold Sizemore

Sen. Mitch McConnell

Party
RState
KY

Mr. President, I rise to thank Special Agent James Harold Sizemore for his many years of service to the people of Kentucky. For nearly three decades, he has worked in the dangerous field of law enforcement, risking his own well-being on behalf of his neighbors, and for that an entire State is grateful.
Harold was born and raised in Clay County, where his father was the sheriff. Harold followed in his father's footsteps and was elected sheriff of Clay County in 1982. He took a hard stand against illegal marijuana cultivation, a problem in that area, and conducted several successful eradication missions.
I first met Harold in 1989 when he was still serving as sheriff, and he described to me the devastating effect marijuana cultivation was having in Clay County. After that and right up to today I have given my full support to the Governor's Marijuana Strike Force, which coordinates local, State, and Federal law enforcement to combat the drug problem in Kentucky. This task force has been recognized by the President's Office of National Drug Control Policy for 5 consecutive years.
In 1990, Harold became a Federal law-enforcement officer with the U.S. Forest Service, a job he held for 20 years. In that capacity, he has conducted over 700 flight hours of surveillance and detection for marijuana eradication missions in Kentucky in support of State, local, and Federal task forces. His dedication and tireless efforts resulted in the eradication of over 100,000 marijuana plants, with a street value estimated at $600 million, many in small plots located in remote terrain to avoid detection.
In addition to these flight hours, Harold also participated in several missions in support of high-risk felony search and arrest warrants executed by State and Federal agencies. His professionalism and expertise, coupled with intimate knowledge of the local area, played a significant role in these missions being accomplished safely.
Harold provided key information in over 20 felony investigations, resulting in several Federal indictments and arrests. His personal knowledge of the Clay County area of the Daniel Boone National Forest played a decisive role in the identification of several suspects caught on surveillance, which was initiated as a result of Harold's aerial reconnaissance.
Throughout his career as a Federal law-enforcement officer, Harold's primary responsibility has been that of marijuana eradication officer for the Daniel Boone National Forest--and from that responsibility he has never wavered. In 2008, he was recognized by the U.S. Forest Service for a career of exceptionally meritorious service
pimper

London, KY

#38 Feb 24, 2013
all the cops in manchester are crooks. just saying.onl good cop i know Gary Harris.
dexter

Manchester, KY

#39 Feb 25, 2013
one thing is certain. Somebody on this thread sure is a liar.
Eagleeye

Somerset, KY

#40 Feb 25, 2013
Dexter, yes someone is, but your the only one that don't seem to be able to back up what you say.

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