Pike County Jail Inmates

Pike County Jail Inmates

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bustemopen

Macon, GA

#1 Jun 15, 2011
Does anyone know an inmates that aren't worthless and a waste of tax money to even feed?
More then likely not
yeahright

United States

#2 Jun 15, 2011
Every single one of them in my book !!
bustemopen

Macon, GA

#3 Jun 15, 2011
I totally agree!!!!

Btw, I ment to say: Does anyone know any inmates that aren't worthless and aren't a waste of tax money to even feed?
More then likely not.

Figure i would correct some of my typo's before some spelling Bee teacher came on here trying to give me an F'. lol
awake

Dana, KY

#4 Jun 15, 2011
85 to 90% of the inmates are just misguided and are being held for victim-less crimes, in order for there to have been a crime there has to have been an injury or property damage. 85 to 90% of those inmates does not fit into either of these categories. many of you will not agree with this but it's still true regardless.

example 1: a man is pulled over and has been drinking. the officer arrest the man for DUI. this is a victim-less crime there are no injuries and no property damage this was a false arrest and the only crime committed in this example was by the officer himself.

example 2: a man traveling down the back roads pulls up to a road check he has no insurance and is arrested by the officers on the scene, again there is no injury or property damage. the officer is not claiming an injury or property damage he is only acting as a witness to what he is calling a crime and the STATE can not claim an injury or property as a result of this man traveling uninsured. again we have false arrest being the only crime commented and again by the officer not the man.

what these officers are calling laws are only statues,codes and regulations and these are what's called color of law it looks like law, they enforce them like law, but are far from being Law.

now here is where the real problem is. these officers are doing what they have been trained to do. they believe because of there training these statues,codes and regulations to be the Law just like many of you do so it is not there fault remember these officers have families they have to feed too. they just want to do there job and go home just like everyone else. so the question is how do we re-educate these officers in constitutional Law the true Law of the land. and get them out there working as peace officer's to protect and serve we the people once again?
rodrick

Macon, GA

#5 Jun 15, 2011
awake wrote:
85 to 90% of the inmates are just misguided and are being held for victim-less crimes, in order for there to have been a crime there has to have been an injury or property damage. 85 to 90% of those inmates does not fit into either of these categories. many of you will not agree with this but it's still true regardless.
example 1: a man is pulled over and has been drinking. the officer arrest the man for DUI. this is a victim-less crime there are no injuries and no property damage this was a false arrest and the only crime committed in this example was by the officer himself.
example 2: a man traveling down the back roads pulls up to a road check he has no insurance and is arrested by the officers on the scene, again there is no injury or property damage. the officer is not claiming an injury or property damage he is only acting as a witness to what he is calling a crime and the STATE can not claim an injury or property as a result of this man traveling uninsured. again we have false arrest being the only crime commented and again by the officer not the man.
what these officers are calling laws are only statues,codes and regulations and these are what's called color of law it looks like law, they enforce them like law, but are far from being Law.
now here is where the real problem is. these officers are doing what they have been trained to do. they believe because of there training these statues,codes and regulations to be the Law just like many of you do so it is not there fault remember these officers have families they have to feed too. they just want to do there job and go home just like everyone else. so the question is how do we re-educate these officers in constitutional Law the true Law of the land. and get them out there working as peace officer's to protect and serve we the people once again?
The simple DUI inmates is far from what the pike co jail is full of. To many speeding tickets, dui, unpaid child support.
All of those are simple charges.

Its the trash that's in there for theft, assault and battery, Numerous drug charges, Trafficking, etc.
Those are the low life's that are a waste of a good light bulb.
They get out on work release and instead of treating it as a privilege they sneak home, smuggle drugs, and so forth.
They make parole and what do they do? They break parole.

They're like a broken record and could care less about cleaning up there act. They just tough out the time and go right back to there old ways.

Simple scum of the earth
jeez

Pikeville, KY

#6 Jun 15, 2011
awake wrote:
85 to 90% of the inmates are just misguided and are being held for victim-less crimes, in order for there to have been a crime there has to have been an injury or property damage. 85 to 90% of those inmates does not fit into either of these categories. many of you will not agree with this but it's still true regardless.
example 1: a man is pulled over and has been drinking. the officer arrest the man for DUI. this is a victim-less crime there are no injuries and no property damage this was a false arrest and the only crime committed in this example was by the officer himself.
example 2: a man traveling down the back roads pulls up to a road check he has no insurance and is arrested by the officers on the scene, again there is no injury or property damage. the officer is not claiming an injury or property damage he is only acting as a witness to what he is calling a crime and the STATE can not claim an injury or property as a result of this man traveling uninsured. again we have false arrest being the only crime commented and again by the officer not the man.
what these officers are calling laws are only statues,codes and regulations and these are what's called color of law it looks like law, they enforce them like law, but are far from being Law.
now here is where the real problem is. these officers are doing what they have been trained to do. they believe because of there training these statues,codes and regulations to be the Law just like many of you do so it is not there fault remember these officers have families they have to feed too. they just want to do there job and go home just like everyone else. so the question is how do we re-educate these officers in constitutional Law the true Law of the land. and get them out there working as peace officer's to protect and serve we the people once again?
example 1
a man is pulled over and has been drinking. the officer arrest the man for DUI. This man is stopped before he kills someone in a car wreck !
awake

Dana, KY

#7 Jun 15, 2011
jeez wrote:
<quoted text>
example 1
a man is pulled over and has been drinking. the officer arrest the man for DUI. This man is stopped before he kills someone in a car wreck !
So you are for pre-crime arrest. this is not what America was build on. the founding fathers did everything they could to see to it this type of thing never happened here. over time we got lazy,ignorant,and lost freedoms because of it.
awake

Dana, KY

#8 Jun 15, 2011
Benjamin Franklin

“The man who trades freedom for security does not deserve nor will he ever receive either.”

Dwight David Eisenhower

“If you want total security, go to prison. There you're fed, clothed, given medical care and so on. The only thing lacking... is freedom.”
MyOpinion

Macon, GA

#9 Jun 15, 2011
Not everyone that is in jail is guilty of the crime committed. I know this for a fact. It comes down to telling or take the punishment. Believe it or not!! Not everyone is going to rat and put themselves and their families life in danger. It's like this if you tell on someone who has already been hit with a PFO and they get out and commit more crimes knowing the next time they get in trouble they will spend the rest of their life in jail and someone rats on them it wouldn't bother them one bit to come after the person that ratted on them the way they look at it is what do they have to lose by hurting(killing) someone their going to jail for the rest of their life anyway!!!! The way the courts work around here they don't care if they have the guilty one or not as long as they have someone to place the blame on to make it look like they are doing there jobs. So that they will get votes in the next election everything around her revolves around politics. The ones running will tell you what you want to hear until they get your vote and then they will stab you in the back and pour salt in the wound. As long as they have someone to lock up so they can receive state money for inmates it really doesn't matter to them if they are guilty or innocent.
rodrick

Macon, GA

#10 Jun 15, 2011
MyOpinion wrote:
Not everyone that is in jail is guilty of the crime committed. I know this for a fact. It comes down to telling or take the punishment. Believe it or not!! Not everyone is going to rat and put themselves and their families life in danger. It's like this if you tell on someone who has already been hit with a PFO and they get out and commit more crimes knowing the next time they get in trouble they will spend the rest of their life in jail and someone rats on them it wouldn't bother them one bit to come after the person that ratted on them the way they look at it is what do they have to lose by hurting(killing) someone their going to jail for the rest of their life anyway!!!! The way the courts work around here they don't care if they have the guilty one or not as long as they have someone to place the blame on to make it look like they are doing there jobs. So that they will get votes in the next election everything around her revolves around politics. The ones running will tell you what you want to hear until they get your vote and then they will stab you in the back and pour salt in the wound. As long as they have someone to lock up so they can receive state money for inmates it really doesn't matter to them if they are guilty or innocent.
They must not be to good of people to know such bad company whether they tell on them or not.
Bad apples mixed with good apples make all bad apples
Hazmat Mel

Cantonment, FL

#11 Jun 15, 2011
TSTAW
what

Georgetown, KY

#12 Jun 15, 2011
awake wrote:
85 to 90% of the inmates are just misguided and are being held for victim-less crimes, in order for there to have been a crime there has to have been an injury or property damage. 85 to 90% of those inmates does not fit into either of these categories. many of you will not agree with this but it's still true regardless.
example 1: a man is pulled over and has been drinking. the officer arrest the man for DUI. this is a victim-less crime there are no injuries and no property damage this was a false arrest and the only crime committed in this example was by the officer himself.
example 2: a man traveling down the back roads pulls up to a road check he has no insurance and is arrested by the officers on the scene, again there is no injury or property damage. the officer is not claiming an injury or property damage he is only acting as a witness to what he is calling a crime and the STATE can not claim an injury or property as a result of this man traveling uninsured. again we have false arrest being the only crime commented and again by the officer not the man.
what these officers are calling laws are only statues,codes and regulations and these are what's called color of law it looks like law, they enforce them like law, but are far from being Law.
now here is where the real problem is. these officers are doing what they have been trained to do. they believe because of there training these statues,codes and regulations to be the Law just like many of you do so it is not there fault remember these officers have families they have to feed too. they just want to do there job and go home just like everyone else. so the question is how do we re-educate these officers in constitutional Law the true Law of the land. and get them out there working as peace officer's to protect and serve we the people once again?
if you are drinking and driving,you SHOULD go to jail,it is against the law.it is endangering the public. cant say i have ever heard of anyone going to jail for no insurance.could happen,just never heard of it happening.
awake

Dana, KY

#13 Jun 16, 2011
what wrote:
<quoted text>if you are drinking and driving,you SHOULD go to jail,it is against the law.it is endangering the public. cant say i have ever heard of anyone going to jail for no insurance.could happen,just never heard of it happening.
You know nothing about Law. as i said earlier drinking and driving falls under color of law.it looks like law,they enforce it like law. but it is far from being Law. as with any victim-less crime it is unconstitutional and the people should stop allowing this to take place. with every inch you allow them to step over the constitution they will step over it 12 inches. before you know it there will be none of it left to worry about.
jeez

Virgie, KY

#14 Jun 16, 2011
awake wrote:
<quoted text>
So you are for pre-crime arrest. this is not what America was build on. the founding fathers did everything they could to see to it this type of thing never happened here. over time we got lazy,ignorant,and lost freedoms because of it.
pre-crime arrest, if they are drinking and driving they need to be locked up period. Sounds like you got a DUI and not a happy camper.
Yep

United States

#15 Jun 16, 2011
rodrick wrote:
<quoted text>
They must not be to good of people to know such bad company whether they tell on them or not.
Bad apples mixed with good apples make all bad apples
Rodrick, is it safe to assume that u r the one who drives a garbage truck for the county. If this is you, and I believe it is you calling those inmates who help you is a disgrace, u act cool to their faces knowing you r so lazy u won't get out of the truck. I work for the county and appreciate the help from those men they work hard. The only reason you have a job is because Randy ur uncle ur boss. Don't act like you don't have all of those inmates saving copper for you so that you can get some extra money on the side. Ur not supposed to be doin that either. Maybe u should start following the rules or you may wind up on the other side of the work release program. None of us in the county care for you anyways. Change your oil and fluids in your truck yourself next time instead of having thoses scum do it for you. Oh, only problem ur to over weight to fit under the truck to do it. Without thoses low life scum, you would have to work.
Wtf

Detroit, MI

#16 Jun 17, 2011
Another thread about jail inmates.
MyOpinion

Macon, GA

#17 Jun 17, 2011
rodrick wrote:
<quoted text>
They must not be to good of people to know such bad company whether they tell on them or not.
Bad apples mixed with good apples make all bad apples
You ever stop to think that some people stick by their friends. They may not agree with what they do. But real friends stick by you through the good bad or ugly. Some people think about others just not themselves. And sometimes people find out they have their friends back when push comes to shove only to have their so called friend stab them in the back. You live and learn who your true friends are when it comes to them or you!! With friends like that one sure the hell don't need enemies. But what else can you do besides learn from it and move on and pick your friends more carefully because the truth is you really can't trust to many people these days. The way I look at it though is just because their one bad apple in the bunch doesn't mean they all are. And it's not really fair to take what one friend done to you on the rest of your friends.
MyOpinion

Macon, GA

#18 Jun 17, 2011
Yep wrote:
<quoted text>
Rodrick, is it safe to assume that u r the one who drives a garbage truck for the county. If this is you, and I believe it is you calling those inmates who help you is a disgrace, u act cool to their faces knowing you r so lazy u won't get out of the truck. I work for the county and appreciate the help from those men they work hard. The only reason you have a job is because Randy ur uncle ur boss. Don't act like you don't have all of those inmates saving copper for you so that you can get some extra money on the side. Ur not supposed to be doin that either. Maybe u should start following the rules or you may wind up on the other side of the work release program. None of us in the county care for you anyways. Change your oil and fluids in your truck yourself next time instead of having thoses scum do it for you. Oh, only problem ur to over weight to fit under the truck to do it. Without thoses low life scum, you would have to work.
OMG ROTFLMAO @ YOU RODRICK. Looks like this person is only calling it like they see it!!!! You Rodrick have told us all how you feel so why don't you tell the inmates to their face? Instead of on a computer screen where they can't read it. Looks like people feel the same way about you as you do the inmates who work their asses off so you can sit on yours and benefit from their hard work!!
rodrick

Manchester, KY

#19 Jun 17, 2011
MyOpinion wrote:
<quoted text>OMG ROTFLMAO @ YOU RODRICK. Looks like this person is only calling it like they see it!!!! You Rodrick have told us all how you feel so why don't you tell the inmates to their face? Instead of on a computer screen where they can't read it. Looks like people feel the same way about you as you do the inmates who work their asses off so you can sit on yours and benefit from their hard work!!
lmao, My name is Rodrick but i'm sure not the guy they are talking about at the county.
Whoever he is, I hope he dumps those jail birds in the land fill with the rest of the garbage.
And yes i will rant and speak my opinion on here, And i wouldn't mind a bit to tell those jail birds my opinions on them.
What they gonna do? Act tough and break there parole and go back to jail? Yes more then likely so. lmao.

Face it, They're all wasted loads.
mee

Mount Sterling, KY

#20 Jun 18, 2011
MyOpinion wrote:
<quoted text>You ever stop to think that some people stick by their friends. They may not agree with what they do. But real friends stick by you through the good bad or ugly. Some people think about others just not themselves. And sometimes people find out they have their friends back when push comes to shove only to have their so called friend stab them in the back. You live and learn who your true friends are when it comes to them or you!! With friends like that one sure the hell don't need enemies. But what else can you do besides learn from it and move on and pick your friends more carefully because the truth is you really can't trust to many people these days. The way I look at it though is just because their one bad apple in the bunch doesn't mean they all are. And it's not really fair to take what one friend done to you on the rest of your friends.
Birds of a feather flock together.

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