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11/28/12 pitnutter kills animal control officer

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cant deny

Massena, NY

#1 Nov 29, 2012
TYPICAL PITNUTTER _ THIS IS WHY BSL IS NEEDED

GALT-

Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies and Galt Police are searching for the 65-year-old homeowner of a home where an Animal Control officer was killed Wednesday afternoon.

Officers are in a standoff with a man inside the home on 633 1st Street, where he has barricaded himself inside.

FOX40 has confirmed that the owner of the home is 65-year-old Joseph Corey, and spoke with a woman who claimed to be his ex-wife.

The woman told FOX40 that Corey has eight dogs, some of them Pit Bulls, and that he’s a hoarder.

Corey was married in 1968 and divorced in 1986, the woman said. He was a firefighter in Fairfax, Va. before moving to California. They had four kids together.

The woman said Corey “belongs in a mental institution.”

A neighbor of Corey’s told FOX40 that he had only seen him once in 10 years.

Stay tuned to FOX40 and FOX40.com for more information as this story develops.
freakyfrog

Lincoln, RI

#2 Nov 29, 2012
How is that mans actions caused by the fact that he owns pits? Please enlighten us as to how his pitbulls made him kill that animal control officer. The guy would be a nutcase, pits or no pits.

You can also tell that they made a special effort to let everyone know that this nutjob owned pits(funny how theres no mention of what the other breeds are), just because they knew it would get more attention that way. Even though what happened had nothing to do with breed, it got your attention, just because it mentioned the word pitbull.
Creepie

United States

#3 Nov 29, 2012
How is this a "typical" anything? "Typical" implies that it is a common thing, that many people do this. This man is quite obviously mentally ill and the fact that he owns pitbulls has nothing to do with it.
Annie

Yorkville, NY

#5 Nov 29, 2012
If Can't Deny were speaking of People Specific Legislation, he might have a valid theory in this man's case. However, CD might not have a place to live if they banned all the crazies from St. Lawrence county.
Get rid of pitbulls

Rochester, NY

#6 Nov 29, 2012
I say get rid of both the nutty owner and all the dogs.
At least the cops gassed him out.

http://fox40.com/2012/11/29/galt-shooting-sus...
freakyfrog

Lincoln, RI

#7 Nov 29, 2012
Get rid of pitbulls wrote:
I say get rid of both the nutty owner and all the dogs.
At least the cops gassed him out.
http://fox40.com/2012/11/29/galt-shooting-sus...
Yea, thats right. The dogs just happened to be owned by an idiot and never did anything, but hell, lets just kill them all! You just dont THINK before you speak do you?
aint working

Massena, NY

#8 Nov 29, 2012
I dont think CD is in touch with reality anymore, poor soul has the delusion of a world without my pit. never gonna happen. He pit did ask to invite you over CD for dinner he wants to know if your dark meat or white meat ?
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#14 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
Community Reacts to Killing of Animal Control Officer
Roy Marcum, of Elk Grove, was shot and killed Wednesday in Galt.
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An unprovoked attack Wednesday took the life of a father, a veteran and a calming animal lover who could be friends with anyone.

Roy Marcum, 45, was shot through the closed door of a foreclosed home in Galt Wednesday. He was there to collect animals left behind when the homeowner was evicted, authorities say.

A day later, coworkers, friends and community members grieved for the Sacramento County Animal Control Officer of 14 years.

"He was just the kind of guy that his smile would just infect you, and you just had to smile or laugh or both," said Mechelle Crites, a fellow Sacramento County Animal control officer. "He just had this aura of a good person–not only to people, but to animals too."

Crites said her favorite memory of Marcum is a call the two went on while Crites was training as a new employee. She described it in a blog post on Patch:

Click here to read a blog written by Crites in tribute to Marcum.

Reached later by phone, Crites said Marcum had a knack for putting people at ease.

He had a "cool, confident demeanor–you just knew everything was going to be fine and trusted him," she said.

Sacramento County Animal Care and Regulation Director Dave Dickinson, who worked with Marcum for 12 years, described him as a boisterous family man, a hard worker who loved his job and loved to joke around.

"With Roy, any conversation you had with him either started with laughter or ended with laughter," Dickinson said by phone.

He said Marcum was always willing to put everything into his work, helping coworkers and community members, and volunteering whenever an extra need arose.

"He worked his tail off," Dickinson said. "It was a passion for him, working for animals and helping the people as well the animal owners."

Crites said the employees of the county shelter are very tight-knit, and are struggling with the loss of one of their own.

"We've gotta move on, and Roy would be laughing at us, saying 'What's the big deal?' " she said. "That's how he was too, he'd be cracking jokes and making fun of us."

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Scroll through social media posts made on the county shelter's Facebook page and on Twitter above, and click here to read Crites' blog post remembering Marcum
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#15 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
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The Sacramento County Animal Shelter resumed normal hours Thursday.

The shelter was closed Wednesday after the shooting death of Animal Control Officer Roy Marcum. Marcum was shot and killed at a home in Galt while checking on dogs that had been left behind in an eviction.

“We are deeply saddened with the loss of Animal Control Officer Roy Marcum,” Shelter Director Dave Dickinson said in a written statement.“Our condolences and prayers go out to Tina, his wife, their four children and Roy’s entire family, as they try to cope with the loss of Roy.”

Dickinson said that Marcum “exemplified the very best qualities of an animal control officer.”

“The family is going through hell. They lost their dad, their husband, their best friend,” said Marcum family friend Shelley Pai.

Marcum is described by other friends as genuine, compassionate and gentle.

“The thing that stands out the most is that it was not just a job for him,” said friend Jean Kelly, describing Marcum’s work with Animal Control.“It’s a horrible loss.”

The Marcum Family is accepting donations to his kids’ trust fund. Funds can be transferred at any Premier West Bank branch to number 82804846.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#16 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
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Family, colleagues mourn slain animal control officer
By Kim Minugh
kminugh@sacbee.com
Published: Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 - 12:00 am | Page 1A
Last Modified: Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 - 9:23 am
Roy Marcum drove to First Street late Wednesday morning to do what what he did every day of his 14-year career: He went to care for animals in need.
It would be his last call. Marcum, a 45-year-old animal control officer, died just before noon after an assailant, hiding behind the front door of a foreclosed home in Galt, blasted him in the chest with a shotgun.
On Thursday, Marcum's loved ones at home and in the animal care community were still reeling from the shock of his death.
"He loved his family, he loved animals, he loved his country," said close family friend Shelley Pai, a former animal control officer. "He believed in what he did. He went to work faithfully every day."
Earlier Thursday, police ended a nearly 17-hour standoff with Marcum's alleged shooter, Joseph Francis Corey, by taking him into custody at 5 a.m. in the garage of the First Street home. The arrest brought to a close a saga that involved at least five law enforcement agencies, three SWAT teams and a whole neighborhood of residents kept from their homes.
It did not, however, offer insight into the alleged shooter's motivations. What is known is that Corey, 65, apparently in financial distress, lost his home to foreclosure last year and was evicted from the residence Tuesday.
He was seen gathering up belongings outside the home after a locksmith changed the locks.
An official with the bank called animal control after Corey said he did not have a place to take his animals. So Marcum went Wednesday morning to pick them up.
Details about what happened on that front porch were not clear Thursday.
Galt police officials said Marcum, a locksmith and the locksmith's friend shared a brief verbal exchange with the suspect through the closed front door. However, David Dickinson, director of Sacramento County's animal control, said the front door was slightly ajar when they approached. He said they tried to push the door open, but found it barricaded.
Either way, officials agree that the shooter fired through the door.
The locksmith and his friend suffered minor injuries, but Marcum was mortally wounded. Paramedics pronounced him dead at a church around the corner, where he had been pulled by Galt police officers.
Surrounding residents were evacuated before police began laborious efforts to coax out the shooter, who remained inside. Pleas via megaphone and telephone were unsuccessful. Even multiple rounds of tear gas – fired into the house starting about 10:30 p.m.– did not force him out.
Officials described Corey as a hoarder, and said the condition of his home complicated their tactical efforts.
Eventually, SWAT team members from Elk Grove and Galt snuck into the garage and waited for an opportunity. When Corey came downstairs to check on a dog, they fired a Taser, rushed him and took him into custody.
Corey remained Thursday evening at a local hospital, where he was being evaluated for incarceration. He was expected to be booked into jail later on suspicion of murder, said Sacramento County Sheriff's Sgt. Jason Ramos.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#17 Nov 30, 2012
Efforts to reach Corey's family were unsuccessful.
Meanwhile, Marcum's wife, Tina, picked up her husband's personal belongings and waited for his body to be released from the Sacramento County Coroner's Office. Family members at the couple's Elk Grove home said she was not ready for an interview.
Other loved ones recalled a warm, jovial man with an infectious smile and a gift for connecting with people and animals alike.
"Any conversation that you had with Roy started with laughter or ended with laughter," said Dickinson, the animal control director. "It's just who he was."
Fellow animal control officer Mechelle Crites said Marcum had such a way with people that he could even win over those he cited in the course of his job.
"He just had one of those smiles. It was an easygoing, laid-back smile," said Crites, 34. "No matter how bad of a mood you were in, you had to smile back and almost laugh."
Born and raised in the Sacramento area, Marcum served in the U.S. Air Force before beginning his career in animal control 14 years ago. While working for Sacramento County, Marcum also attended school to become a licensed electrician, friends and family said.
The father of two teenagers and stepfather to his wife's two grown children, Marcum was a dedicated family man, frequently seen at softball games and other events featuring his kids, loved ones said. He enjoyed camping and the outdoors. "He spent so much quality time with his family," Pai said, as Marcum's daughter quietly wept in a car close by. "They will have so many good memories, once they can get past the pain."
Marcum's other great passion, his family and friends said, was caring for animals.
Pai, 54, said Marcum was deeply devoted to the animals he rescued, often following up to see how they were getting along at the shelter, or taking the dogs for walks on his own time. He rescued his beloved pitbull Petunia despite her underbite and mangled tail. She rode with him to work every day, including his last.
"He would have just an amazing touch with animals," said Crites, Marcum's co-worker. "They responded very well to him, even the most fearful and aggressive (ones)."
Crites said news of Marcum's violent death was so startling, she had to sit down. The next day, she said, she was still struggling to understand it.
"The world has a huge hole in it now because he's gone – not just the human world, but the animal world," she said.
Some friends and family are questioning why animal control officers – who sometimes encounter dangerous animals as well as dangerous people – are not better protected while on the job.
In California, animal control officers have the power of arrest, but are not sworn peace officers. Whether they are armed or wear protective vests varies greatly depending on the agency, said Marcia Mayeda, president of the California Animal Control Directors Association.
In Sacramento County, officers can carry pepper spray, but it is not required, Dickinson said. They do carry batons and poles to help them catch loose animals. Inside their trucks, they carry rifles for killing rabid or severely injured animals, but not for personal protection. Some carry tranquilizer guns.
Dickinson said employees of animal control – formally the Department of Animal Care and Regulation – discussed making bulletproof vests part of the uniform several years ago, before he was director.
Employees ultimately decided to forgo the vests because they are uncomfortable and restrictive, he said. In light of Marcum's death, Dickinson said he believes the issue should be revisited.
Mayeda, of the statewide organization, said her group would be closely reviewing Marcum's death and potentially drafting legislation promoting more protections.
"It's just shocked animal control (officials) up and down the state," she said.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#18 Nov 30, 2012
After the shooting, Dickinson said he called in his team, told them the devastating news, then sent everybody home. When employees returned to work Thursday, chaplains were available for counseling.
Healing, Dickinson said, will be slow.
"It was just a senseless killing. It just didn't have to happen," he said. "Maybe the investigators or the psychologists will be able to get some answers out of (the suspect).… But whatever the reason, it's not going to be good enough."
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/11/30/5020251/fami...
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#19 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
Sacramento County employee dies after shooting on First Street

Sacramento County employee dies after shooting on First Street
By Bryan M. Gold - Staff Writer
Published:
Thursday, November 29, 2012 4:09 PM CST
A Galt resident suspected of fatally shooting a Sacramento County animal control officer was taken into custody early on Nov. 29 and is expected to be charged with murder, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Jason Ramos said.

Joseph Francis Corey, 65, was arrested at approximately 5 a.m. in the 600 block of First Street just south of New Hope Road. His arrest ended a 17-hour standoff at the residence where he had been served an eviction notice on Nov. 27.

Galt police Lt. Jim Uptegrove said the animal control officer was identified as Roy Marcum, 43. Two other victims in the incident sustained minor injuries. The county is contracted by the city to provide animal control services in Galt.

Ramos said Marcum and a bank employee went to the residence on Nov. 28 so the animal control officer could retrieve some animals left behind by Corey, the lone resident of the house.

Due to the eviction the day prior, no inhabitants were believed to have been at the residence. However, Marcum and the bank employee upon arriving at the front door of the residence were met with a shotgun blast that came through the closed door.

Marcum was struck in the upper body and fell to the ground, Ramos said. The bank employee suffered a superficial wound to his face but was able to flee from the residence. He solicited the help of a nearby Galt police volunteer, who called for Galt police officers.

Officers arrived at the residence, removed Marcum from outside of the house, and took him around the corner to a nearby church, where emergency medical personnel attempted life-saving measures. Marcum was pronounced dead at the scene.

Ramos said officers set up perimeter containment around the suspect’s residence, where they were soon joined by other Galt police, sheriff’s deputies, and Sacramento and Elk Grove police officers along with K9 units, SWAT teams, CSI, and negotiators. A command post was established at the church.

Officers made repeated attempts to contact Corey by telephone. Ramos said negotiators at about 5 p.m. established their first contact with the suspect, who was still inside the residence. Residents from over a dozen homes near the suspect’s residence were evacuated and moved to a safe location.

Ramos said negotiators had two fairly brief conversations with Corey but were then unable to reach him for several hours. Corey refused attempts to contact him by phone and did not respond to multiple public address announcements from officers outside the residence.

The sheriff’s spokesperson said a unified SWAT team from Elk Grove and Galt police later assumed primary tactical command of the incident. Police negotiators from Elk Grove attempted to convince Corey to surrender peacefully.

cant deny

Auburn, NY

#20 Nov 30, 2012
Ramos said that at about 10:30 p.m., tear gas canisters were deployed into the residence, but Corey remained inside. Negotiators later re-established contact with the suspect, although the situation remained unresolved.

At 5 a.m., Corey moved from the primary living area of the residence toward the garage area on the ground floor. Unbeknownst to him, officers had entered that area, Ramos said. As the suspect arrived in the garage area, officers deployed a Taser device as Corey attempted to go back inside the house.

Officers caught Corey and took him into custody. Ramos said medical personnel will evaluate Corey for precautionary purposes and to ensure that he is deemed medically fit for incarceration.

Uptegrove said Corey will be booked into the county jail on homicide charges.

Marcum is the second county employee to be involved in a shooting in Galt this year.

A sheriff’s deputy twice shot a suspect during an attempted burglary at It’s A Grind in the Raley’s shopping center on Jan. 27. Sinclair Willis, 27, survived being shot in the upper body and below the waist, Ramos said after that incident.

Uptegrove said Willis tried to assault two deputies with a large sledgehammer during the attempted burglary.

Ramos said Willis was charged with assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer and a violation of parole.

Willis is not eligible for bail and remains in custody at Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center on Bruceville Road.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#21 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
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GALT - A man accused of killing a Sacramento County animal control officer was arrested at his foreclosed Galt home early Thursday after an all-night standoff with police, officials reported.

Joseph Corey, 65, was taken into custody at 5 a.m. Thursday after barricading himself for nearly 15 hours in a home in the 600 block of First Street, said Sgt. Jason Ramos, a Sacramento County Sheriff's Department spokesman.

The deceased animal control officer was identified by the Sacramento County coroner as Roy Marcum, 45, of Elk Grove.

Two other men at the home with Marcum were injured in the attack, according to the Galt Police Department.

Corey had been evicted from the home on Tuesday afternoon, a situation in which locks were changed and authorities said Corey was cooperative.

At that time, Corey said he couldn't take care of his cats and dogs.

The animals became the responsibility of the bank, which called on animal control to remove the pets.

When Marcum and a bank representative arrived at the home at noon Wednesday with a locksmith, there was a verbal exchange among the three men on the outside of the home and Corey on the inside, police said.

Corey shot through the front door with a shotgun, officers said.

Marcum was hit in the chest. Both the bank representative and the locksmith were injured by the blast and were treated by medics at the scene, police said.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#22 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
Animal Control Officer Shot in Galt
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Officers gather near a home in Galt where an animal control officer was shot.

GALT-

An animal control officer has been shot in Galt Wednesday morning.

The believed suspect has barricaded themselves inside a home, and deputies from Sacramento and surrounding areas are heading to Galt to help.

Galt High School is on lockdown, several students are tweeting about being stuck inside. The school says they have no plans for releasing students early.

The shooting happened around Noon. An air ambulance was sent for, it sounds like the injuries are very serious.

A crew is on the way, and will have updates soon.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#23 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
Animal Control Officer Killed in Galt Shooting
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GALT-

Galt officials confirm the Sacramento County animal control officer who was shot Wednesday afternoon has died.

Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies and Galt Police are now in a standoff with the gunman, who is armed with at least one firearm.

The animal control officer was with a bank officer to safeguard animals at a home on 1st Street, near New Hope Road, that was evicted Tuesday.

Someone from inside the home fired a shotgun through the door, hitting the animal control officer and grazing the bank officer. The bank officer is fine physically, but is shaken up.

Galt High School is no longer on lockdown, and students were allowed to go to their afternoon classes.

Sacramento County Sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Jason Ramos told reporters that animal control officers will sometimes assist with civil evictions and help patrol officers on routine calls for service.

Ramos said the man was actually evicted Tuesday. The animal control officer came with the bank officer to safeguard the animals left at the home from the day before. The resident should not have been at the home and the locks had been changed.

Deputies confirmed the address of the home to FOX40 and that they’re looking for the 65-year-old resident. They did not say whether or not the homeowner and the gunman are the same person.

Deputies and police are assuming the gunman is still alive because they have not heard any other shots. They have still not made contact.

Nearby homes have been evacuated.
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#24 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
Galt Standoff: Deputies Fire Gas into Home
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Well into the 11th hour of a standoff, Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies began firing gas canisters into the home at 633 First Street in Galt Wednesday night.

Inside the home, deputies say 65-year-old Joseph Corey is holed up, armed with at least one firearm. Corey is believed to have fired a single shotgun blast through his front door early Wednesday afternoon, killing an animal control officer.

Corey had been evicted a day earlier. The animal control officer, identified by FOX40 sources as Roy Marcum, and a bank representative returned to the home to get Corey’s pets. Deputies tell FOX40 that Corey had between eight and 10 dogs and cats.

Marcum was hit in the upper body and the bank representative was grazed in the neck area. Marcum was driven to safety, but paramedics were unable to revive him.

The gunman had not surrendered as of 11:30 Wednesday night, despite many gas canisters being fired into the home. Sheriff’s Spokesman Sgt. Jason Ramos told FOX40 that the fact that Corey may be a hoarder would play a factor in why the gas wasn’t taking a more immediate effect like it would in other, similar situations.

A neighbor described Corey to FOX40 as a “recluse.” The neighbor said, in his 10 years living in the area, he had only seen Corey come out of his house once
cant deny

Auburn, NY

#25 Nov 30, 2012
Me Again wrote:
This is just another stupid post by Can't Deny/Get rid of pitbulls. Can'tRead for short. Its just like the made up story of the Home Invasion that he posted again, with his own headline. He just reads what he sees in his fuzzy little brain and thinks everyone else sees it the same way. I wonder what he uses besides the ladies who work for him. We will have to watch for Can't Read's update. Maybe next time he will say the dogs ate the mentally ill man before anybody got there. Only the pit bulls though. The rest were fasting. lol
DOESN'T LOOK MADE UP TO ME - YOU JUST PROVED YOURSELF TO BE AN - OUTRIGHT LIAR - WHO WILL SAY ANYTHING EVEN WHEN THEY KNOW IT IS A LIE TO TRY TO BACK UP THEIR SIDE OF THE ARGUMENT AND DISCREDIT THE - ACTUAL - TRUTH
aint working

Massena, NY

#26 Nov 30, 2012
more lies? I wont read your nonsense because you have been proven to fluff the story to your benifit. more bullsh*t ,,,

oh yeah NO BSL JUST CD'S BS

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