Roundup targets drug traffickers

Oct 31, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: McCreary County Record

A cooperative investigation by Operation UNITE and the McCreary County Sheriff's Office has resulted in 19 people being indicted for drug trafficking.

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UnderCoverMom

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What's the matter? Guess everybody is afraid to post on this story. Drug traffic is a disease and rottening and festering sore in this county. Everytime the Law Enforcement brings the illegal dispensers of drugs down is a great thing. I don't care how many times they have to go after them, they do it. But I want them to get the big time Main ones too. Does anyone care to speak up and tell who they are? I certainly would if I knew who they were.

Good Job! Thank You.
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My question is why do they not get certain big time dealers of cocaine and oxys when they do these round ups there are certain ones that all the cops know are big time dealers and they never get them. Wonder why that is? Probably because their all buddies it makes me sick.
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Get Your Fact Straight wrote:
My question is why do they not get certain big time dealers of cocaine and oxys when they do these round ups there are certain ones that all the cops know are big time dealers and they never get them. Wonder why that is? Probably because their all buddies it makes me sick.
If they get the big ones then they got no one to pass out the drugs to the littel dealers.That way they can keep busting the small guys.It doesnt take a a lot of smarts to figure that out.They got to look good we all know some big dealers and if we do then you know the cops do.
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UnderCoverMom wrote:
What's the matter? Guess everybody is afraid to post on this story. Drug traffic is a disease and rottening and festering sore in this county. Everytime the Law Enforcement brings the illegal dispensers of drugs down is a great thing. I don't care how many times they have to go after them, they do it. But I want them to get the big time Main ones too. Does anyone care to speak up and tell who they are? I certainly would if I knew who they were.
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I dont give a rat a** what anyone thinks.
its big business

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They dont bust the big dealers because its big business. You see, the law enforcement community gets to keep the money they seize from small time dealers. If they busted the major dealers, their seizure money disappears.
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That is so not true
Ex METHMONSTER

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UnderCoverMom wrote:
What's the matter? Guess everybody is afraid to post on this story. Drug traffic is a disease and rottening and festering sore in this county. Everytime the Law Enforcement brings the illegal dispensers of drugs down is a great thing. I don't care how many times they have to go after them, they do it. But I want them to get the big time Main ones too. Does anyone care to speak up and tell who they are? I certainly would if I knew who they were.
Good Job! Thank You.
You are obviously clueless as to the US governments involvement with the drug trade and manufacturing in this country.
Case in point:Since the state to state wide spread meth epidemic has been going on for over the last 10yrs, this government has spent billions of taxdollers trying to control the problem instead of stopping it.
The main ingredient and the only one that can't be substituted to make all the meth thats going on is pseudoephedrine laced cold pills and other products containing pseudoephedrine,this government has acknowledged this many times, enough to deem these items dangerous enough to place a limit on their purchase,therefore making the items a controlled substance,but instead of controling the pills and such with a prescription they still let this main ingredient be cheerfully still sold over the counter.
Oregon is the only state that got so tired of the meth problems in it's state, they made the pills a prescription only drug,since doing this their ma&pa meth labs have decreased from 400 a year to 20.
In the state of Illinois there are people currently serving time ranging from 2yrs probation to 25yrs just for alledgedly conspiring to purchase these pills.The way the current laws stand are nothing but open doors for the government to fabricate drug crimes against it's citizens,until they control the pills like they should the problem will continue.In order for the meth problems to stop the cycle has to be broken and at this time,that seems to be the farthest thing from law makers minds.
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Ex METHMONSTER wrote:
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You are obviously clueless as to the US governments involvement with the drug trade and manufacturing in this country.
Case in point:Since the state to state wide spread meth epidemic has been going on for over the last 10yrs, this government has spent billions of taxdollers trying to control the problem instead of stopping it.
The main ingredient and the only one that can't be substituted to make all the meth thats going on is pseudoephedrine laced cold pills and other products containing pseudoephedrine,this government has acknowledged this many times, enough to deem these items dangerous enough to place a limit on their purchase,therefore making the items a controlled substance,but instead of controling the pills and such with a prescription they still let this main ingredient be cheerfully still sold over the counter.
Oregon is the only state that got so tired of the meth problems in it's state, they made the pills a prescription only drug,since doing this their ma&pa meth labs have decreased from 400 a year to 20.
In the state of Illinois there are people currently serving time ranging from 2yrs probation to 25yrs just for alledgedly conspiring to purchase these pills.The way the current laws stand are nothing but open doors for the government to fabricate drug crimes against it's citizens,until they control the pills like they should the problem will continue.In order for the meth problems to stop the cycle has to be broken and at this time,that seems to be the farthest thing from law makers minds.
Don't forget red phosphorus, drano, starter fluid, 7% iodine, brillo pads to name a few of the toxic ingredients used in manufacturing Meth. Oxy's, lortabs, tylox, percocet, used to be quaalude, demerol, morphine if they could get hold of it, all meds prescribed by physicians for pain. Seconal,xanax, any amphetamine used for diet control, paragoric are a few others. Government control is issued under violations of possession and illegal dispensing, obtained for illegal drug traffic. Theft, burglaries, break-ins and lately murders for obtaining goods and or drugs from innocent victims done by the sorry asses who are into this kind of world has quadrupled. Getting on the platform of it's govenments total fault is a fantasy. Sure they are they top level, but like silt falling to the bottom of a jug of water, it ends up for us at the foundation of society to deal with and get rid of. Any form of law that goes after the vial and evil people that continue the violence of drugs and those making it available to our loved ones should be held up as heroes. Support them, don't ridicule. That kind of attitude is stupid.
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the little guys getting caught are scared to tell who the big dealers are so they take the heat. this is hurting so many family members who just want their kids back like they were before drugs got a hold on them
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Do you wrote:
<quoted text>I dont give a rat a** what anyone thinks.
You'd Better.
Need more arrests

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The jail just ain't big enough to hold all the trash selling drugs in this county. But I'm for chaining them up to trees with barbed wire till a holding cell comes available. Put them out on the courthouse lawn and let the public see who and what has been arrested for providing the evil and destruction to your families and friends. First offense, put them into the detention center. Second offense, then put them on public display with signs that say "I sold drugs and may have sold to some of your loved ones". Make them pay with embarrasment and teach humility to them. I hate drug dealers or traffickers or sellers. I don't care if I'm 'politically correct' or not when giving them a name. I don't care if you like it or not how I feel about them. I care about my county getting better and safer without having to see known or convicted dealers back out on my streets. I want to see more and more arrests. I would really like to see the judges and the juries have enough balls to convict and contain these people. Instead of seeing them being turned back loose for me and you to deal with. For all the pain and wrongs that have been done by the courts at Whitley, remember that you have injured and hurt. Know this, what you do to cause this injury to the innocent will come back to you. The judgement you make in a wrong mind will come back to you. The situation you leave unattended and as is, will come back to you. God Help Your Soul.

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UnderCoverMom wrote:
What's the matter? Guess everybody is afraid to post on this story. Drug traffic is a disease and rottening and festering sore in this county. Everytime the Law Enforcement brings the illegal dispensers of drugs down is a great thing. I don't care how many times they have to go after them, they do it. But I want them to get the big time Main ones too. Does anyone care to speak up and tell who they are? I certainly would if I knew who they were.
Good Job! Thank You.
The sooner that the county cleans up all countys Tennessee
and Kentucky. I feel the same way you do. The quality of
life is not good. People are not trying to say no .
Drugs will alter business's coming here and wish it was
different .

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Get Your Fact Straight wrote:
My question is why do they not get certain big time dealers of cocaine and oxys when they do these round ups there are certain ones that all the cops know are big time dealers and they never get them. Wonder why that is? Probably because their all buddies it makes me sick.
go to school for law enforcements then walk in their shoes on
why they do what and when!!!!
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Jan 25, 2010
 
Needing another round up looks like for here. Thiefs are going at breakins again and it just will get worse. Too many are out on probation and will need money for fixes. I predict it will happen. Some people just wont change.
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Here's a good public interest story regarding meth in Kentucky as a whole.
http://www.somerset-kentucky.com/local/local_...
hear tell

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Me thinks we are ready for another good roundup!
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Jan 19, 2011
 
Yes we need another really big one! The courts can't turn all of them loose. Some would be classified as repeat offenders and persistant offenders. When they keep arresting the same ones over and over for the same thing again and again it will get attention when they keep getting off.
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head em' up ,move em' out, if people proffitting from the sale of illegal drugs,and all other practices that are destroying man and the peaceful lives we were born to live , can't stop the garbage then it is time for more forceful activities from those of us who want that life, STOP destroying our families, i am sorry if you don't love your family but we do and we do love our neighbors family, the courts need to buy an island and all people convicted of a crime against man, that is not considered violent enough to be in prison need to be sent there to live and destoy among themselves, and stay away from people who try to live patriotic,legal lives
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the local doper in my area has small children and i myself consider them precious and i do not want them removed from that home, i want their parents to realize what they are doing and stop it , but if they are not willing to do this , then they do not love their family and their neighbors family, so therefore they are not teaching their children to be good human beings
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hornets buzzing, b ar them nets to catch or do they sting them self ,children not knowing how to be loving , kind and humane but remain into things that end in a place that no family needs to be.

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