mccracken co jail
tapper

Lawrenceville, GA

#46 Jun 3, 2013
Meth head??? Really?? Judgemental dumb asses. It is sad to see how cold people are.
bigboy

Durham, NC

#47 Jun 3, 2013
bigboybigpos wrote:
<quoted text> Your a real pos for saying this. BUT on the 90% if your talking about cops, jailers,judges,and other elected govt officials as well? If so I agree, but they get to kick shit over and cover it up. Wouldnt surprise me one bit, if an analysis of the meth found in his system would match a recent meth drug bust taken off the street and redistributed.
oh yeah right so you are saying the cops FED it to him??LOL another meth head heard from. but hey thats a good idea you go to jail 3 times you get a free meal that will thin the herd
society stinks

Paducah, KY

#48 Jun 3, 2013
tapper wrote:
Meth head??? Really?? Judgemental dumb asses. It is sad to see how cold people are.
This is our world today, very sad. Cold hearted ruthless jerks. Not thinking perhaps this young man has people that loved him and their lives have been devastated by his death. No they get on here and say horrid things. Bet most are fake christians BET! They the most judgmental of all! God has a special place waiting for them. smh!!!!!!!
tapper

Lawrenceville, GA

#49 Jun 3, 2013
your IQ is showing wrote:
<quoted text>Since sense and since do not have the same meaning, you may want to refrain from commenting. That is until you have enough *sense to do so. Sounds like a job in law enforcement would be up your alley, they hire low IQ folks.
Thank you!! Ignorance runs rampant on here.
Tater Tot

Indianapolis, IN

#50 Jun 3, 2013
STL Hat wrote:
I bet some are smarter than you...
I'm free, no criminal record, have money, a home and family...uh yeah...they are smarter...oh yeah...NOT!
Tater Tot

Indianapolis, IN

#51 Jun 3, 2013
bigboy wrote:
so what another career criminal dead. think of the crime avoided by this morons brilliant actions LOl.
won't lose a minutes sleep over this nor should anybody at the jail. i would say 90% of them live like animals but thats slandering animals
ha
Tater Tot

Indianapolis, IN

#52 Jun 3, 2013
jailbirds should enjoy it. they have company with like minded individuals, free meals and lodging and all the round eye a punk could want.
tapper

United States

#53 Jun 3, 2013
Tater not your name says it all. Ignorance!!!!! Be careful what you say because drugs don't discriminate!!!
BagWon

Paducah, KY

#54 Jun 3, 2013
Hmm! STL HAT! Would you consider working at the Jail?? I know they are Hiring, If your Florist Job runs out!Funny that your a Know it All, But really do not know anything!
Tater Tot

Indianapolis, IN

#57 Jun 3, 2013
tapper wrote:
Tater not your name says it all. Ignorance!!!!! Be careful what you say because drugs don't discriminate!!!
never done drugs, never will...
STL Hat

United States

#58 Jun 3, 2013
Tater tot? How do you know someone isn't sitting in jail right now that has a home, money, and a family waiting on them after their first arrest? And who says those three things are prerequisites for being intellegent?
Tater Tot

Fishers, IN

#59 Jun 4, 2013
STL Hat wrote:
Tater tot? How do you know someone isn't sitting in jail right now that has a home, money, and a family waiting on them after their first arrest? And who says those three things are prerequisites for being intellegent?
hopefully many have those things waiting for them. Still, it is not smart to do something to get arrested, convicted and have to serve time. No where does they equal any form of intelligence. Sure, people make mistakes and deserve another chance. Being smart means that you do not re-offend and wind back up in jail. No one ever went to any form of school to wind up incarcerated. The things I mentioned are fruit of living right and jail is certainly a by product of bad fruit or a lack thereof. I wish we had to close all jails and prisons because people did the right things. Unfortunately, we live in a fallen world and it will not happen. We cannot make excuses for bad behavior. Wrong is wrong. Break the law, pay the consequences. It is simple and those that are incarcerated did not weigh the costs when they went wrong. Sure, some have lower odds on being successful due to their environment, upbringing, culture, etc. but the majority of us have an internal compass that tells us right from wrong. It is time to stop ignoring it for many or be doomed to a life in prison. Bottom line, if you work and are trying to have a decent life you will not have time to get caught up in the things that lead to jail. If you have people that bring you down in your life, cut them out....real simple stuff.
Tater Tot

Fishers, IN

#60 Jun 4, 2013
tapper wrote:
Tater not your name says it all. Ignorance!!!!! Be careful what you say because drugs don't discriminate!!!
not if you don't use them. Oh no....a big shot of herion showed up at my door and hit my main line judge, I had no choice....it came outta nowhere.
grow up and get a clue.
Frank

Paducah, KY

#61 Jun 4, 2013
Face it. This guy was not a loss to society.
Niki

Gilbertsville, KY

#62 Jun 4, 2013
You people should all be ashamed. I'm not one to judge anyone, but I knew Tyler Cope very well and yes he had made some bad decisions in life but who hasn't at one point or another. He had a very big heart and was a really great person. He left behind a son, sisters, brothers, mother and the rest of his family that loved him no matter his faults. He might not be considered a big loss to society in your eyes Frank but he was to somebody. I blame no one for Tyler's death, he made a really bad decision and it costed him his life. I just wish that he would have thought it through because he was still young enough he could have had a really great life.
bigboy

Durham, NC

#63 Jun 4, 2013
Niki wrote:
You people should all be ashamed. I'm not one to judge anyone, but I knew Tyler Cope very well and yes he had made some bad decisions in life but who hasn't at one point or another. He had a very big heart and was a really great person. He left behind a son, sisters, brothers, mother and the rest of his family that loved him no matter his faults. He might not be considered a big loss to society in your eyes Frank but he was to somebody. I blame no one for Tyler's death, he made a really bad decision and it costed him his life. I just wish that he would have thought it through because he was still young enough he could have had a really great life.
and how was he supporting his child? food stamps? welfare? now we get to pay
dummybigboy

Paducah, KY

#64 Jun 4, 2013
bigboy wrote:
<quoted text>
and how was he supporting his child? food stamps? welfare? now we get to pay
Your income tax goes straight to the Federal Reserve(not a govt agency) to pay on the money our govt borrows from them(plus interest)(printed out of thin air) ei the national debt. I would rather we help support kids here in the US than lining private banking and other special interests groups pockets. Your such a jackass btw :-)
bigboy

Durham, NC

#65 Jun 4, 2013
i wouldnt i would rather pay the salary of our fighting men and women, new roads, and police coverage instead of these meth idiots responsibilites. I mean give me a break the moron ATE meth.
time to thin the herd just as mother nature did.
dummybigboy

Paducah, KY

#66 Jun 4, 2013
bigboy wrote:
<quoted text>
oh yeah right so you are saying the cops FED it to him??LOL another meth head heard from. but hey thats a good idea you go to jail 3 times you get a free meal that will thin the herd
You have some comprehension issues. Let me explain. Sometimes police are bad. Sometimes they accept bribes to allow drug sales. Sometimes they bust people for trafficking and accumulate a substantial stash in the evidence room. After conviction for said offense they no longer have need to keep the evidence/drugs. Sometimes bad police take the drugs and redistribute/sell to drug dealers. If one were to scientifically test each batch of lets say meth,that was confiscated in a bust, each would have minute differences making each batch unique. So NO I was not saying the cops fed it to him. I was saying it wouldnt surprise me if this same meth this young man ingested had been confiscated and redistributed in the community. But who would know? No such testing is done. I'm from Chicago,we have alot of bad cops. The War on Drugs is a scam. Oh and btw I am not a meth head nor have I ever taken meth. Your not only a jackass but an ignorant one at that.
dummybigboy

Paducah, KY

#67 Jun 4, 2013
bigboy wrote:
i wouldnt i would rather pay the salary of our fighting men and women, new roads, and police coverage instead of these meth idiots responsibilites. I mean give me a break the moron ATE meth.
time to thin the herd just as mother nature did.
Agree lets start with idiots like you.

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