Perryville man attends MSHP academy

Perryville man attends MSHP academy

There are 37 comments on the www.suntimesnews.com story from Jul 6, 2009, titled Perryville man attends MSHP academy. In it, www.suntimesnews.com reports that:

A Perryville man is one of 36 recruits who reported to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Academy on Friday, January 16, 2009, to begin the 25-week training course to become a trooper.

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my thoughts

Holliday, MO

#21 Jul 9, 2009
but thanks for the apology, i will think about accepting it and let u know.......NAH, gotta try harder than that.
nwotbom

Perryville, MO

#22 Jul 10, 2009
i dont know how to congradulate anyone. what does that mean
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Holliday, MO

#23 Jul 10, 2009
Hey all, just got back from the graduation!!
It was awesome!!! I am proud of them all, one especially!!!! Congradulations is how u say it and keep safe as well as keep fellow citizens safe!!

“Just Me!!”

Since: Oct 07

Moberly shhhhhhh

#24 Jul 10, 2009
my thoughts wrote:
Hey all, just got back from the graduation!!
It was awesome!!! I am proud of them all, one especially!!!! Congradulations is how u say it and keep safe as well as keep fellow citizens safe!!
I heard they moved it. Yes, we are very proud of one especially!!!
guest 2

Joplin, MO

#25 Jul 11, 2009
Oh but yes congrats... Now you have a license to kill, and do what ever corrupt thing you want and blame it on some one else... Kill and ask questions later... Why don't you practice hunting first... you being all high and mighty now, you don't even need a license for that either... You have a free ticket to what ever you want to do... Good luck
huh

“Just Me!!”

Since: Oct 07

Moberly shhhhhhh

#26 Jul 12, 2009
guest 2 wrote:
Oh but yes congrats... Now you have a license to kill, and do what ever corrupt thing you want and blame it on some one else... Kill and ask questions later... Why don't you practice hunting first... you being all high and mighty now, you don't even need a license for that either... You have a free ticket to what ever you want to do... Good luck
huh
You sound like a true Felon...
Wild Bird

Liberal, KS

#27 Jul 12, 2009
Sounds like guest 2 may come to a regular visitor or has already been a regular guest of the jail cell. Maybe we need good officers to take care of scum bags as yourself.
Suz

Springfield, MO

#28 Jul 12, 2009
Great another "Beans".
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Holliday, MO

#29 Jul 13, 2009
Yes, congrats to the ones who took the oath to protect & serve the citizens of the fine state of Missouri, which we live. I know that there are a lot of people who dislike some of the cops. I being one of them, BUT, it is ONLY the ones that are the "bad" cops and that ruin it for the "good" cops that I dislike. especially the ones in the local Taser case. BUT, for the ones that just graduated Good luck & keep us safe.
guest 2 wrote:
Oh but yes congrats... Now you have a license to kill, and do what ever corrupt thing you want and blame it on some one else... Kill and ask questions later... Why don't you practice hunting first... you being all high and mighty now, you don't even need a license for that either... You have a free ticket to what ever you want to do... Good luck
huh
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Holliday, MO

#30 Jul 13, 2009
Yeah, it rained, so got moved to the acadamy.
Missouri Man wrote:
<quoted text>
I heard they moved it. Yes, we are very proud of one especially!!!
laffytaffy

Saint Louis, MO

#31 Jul 13, 2009
guest 2 wrote:
<quoted text>Yeh well maybe you can get a job in Marble Hill where the cops there don't care and do what ever they want. If you really believe that you are going to be one of those "serve and protect" guys then find a place like that and clean up and get rid of them that are there. If not then you may fit right in with the rest of the corrupt cops out there. Keep this in mind don't be like the others and say we will arrest someone for this crime... you should say we will find the right person who did this and arrest them.. to many people go to jail these days for something they did not do. Then stay in jail until someone figures out they didn't do it. Meanwhile their life.. well is hell. Good Luck with being a "good cop". Some cops need to be in jail themselves.
This started out so nicely. Why can't you negative people start your own threads and stay on them. I say Congrats to the graduating MSHP class -- and thank God there are people who will put up with this kind of abuse (not to mention risking their lives) for people who don't appreciate them. Go COPS!!

Since: Dec 08

Moberly, MO

#32 Jul 13, 2009
Or My Thoughts
Missouri Man wrote:
<quoted text>
You sound like a true Felon...
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Holliday, MO

#33 Jul 15, 2009
go back to your box.

“Just Me!!”

Since: Oct 07

Moberly shhhhhhh

#34 Jul 17, 2009
my thoughts wrote:
go back to your box.
Im sorry my thoughts you are wrong on that call. You should of said, Go back to your jail cell!! LOL
Tee

Englewood, CO

#35 Jul 19, 2009
A guy i use to work with who is 50 is in this mshp academy . oldest guy there and its rough, gotta have lotta heart and stamina. I remember years ago they woudnt hire ya older than 35. my how things change, good luck recruits. b safe
Guest 2

Wilkes Barre, PA

#36 Jul 21, 2009
Wild Bird wrote:
Sounds like guest 2 may come to a regular visitor or has already been a regular guest of the jail cell. Maybe we need good officers to take care of scum bags as yourself.
You know nothing of me. No I'm not a felon or a regular guest of the jail cell. And good officers is the key word. I must have a hit a never there. Maybe you are one of those cops I'm speaking of that take the law in your own hands. Are you the cop, D.A., judge and executioner? Hummm that's what some think. I never said they were all bad, but there are alot of bad ones, and you never know who because they take up for each other and hide the truth. I know people that have been arrested, get an attorney, only to find out they didn't do it. Do they get their money back, their time they lost of their life, or even an apology? NO!!! nothing. Only because a "COP" says so. So why do they call it innocent until proven guilty? It's the other way around or you wouldn't be in jail. So Good luck on being a "GOOD COP". Much needed.
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Holliday, MO

#37 Jul 21, 2009
Guest 2: I do agree with you on part of your response. They do stick up for each other. This has been the case here in Moberly for years, especially recently. And YES even on the MSHP.
BUT that still doesnt keep me from saying keep safe and good luck to the new recruits. They will need it. It does take a strong person to do that job right!!!!

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