Two months after stabbing, victim cal...

Two months after stabbing, victim calls police with tip that leads ...

There are 71 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Jun 1, 2010, titled Two months after stabbing, victim calls police with tip that leads .... In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

A Santa Cruz man walking home along Mission Street on Friday afternoon spotted the man he believed stabbed him nearly two months ago.

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Ralph Schlaugerhead

United States

#54 Jun 1, 2010
I like every race, I happen to be white but I can tell you that there are good and bad people everywhere and in every race.

Its the open border policy that I dont like and the right to vote even if you dont have a photo ID/

The democrats know that if they mandate a photo ID card or lic with the right to vote at the booth there might never be a obama type again.

Open Borders = Drug trafficing = santuscary city!
Ralph Schlaugerhead

United States

#55 Jun 1, 2010
Notice there were less violence in Santa Cruz during the Bush administration!

Also more regulated off shore oil Dericks.

Bush was an oil man, he knew what to look out for.

Now were doomed!
Sleeps with 357

Palo Alto, CA

#56 Jun 1, 2010
I got to hand it to the guy who was stabbed & seen his attacker and called the cops. Good self control! I on the other hand don't think I could have shown that kind of self control. If it were me, the suspect would have wished he killed me the first time. Then my lawyer & the jury would figure it out at my trial.
whos the suspect

Monterey, CA

#57 Jun 1, 2010
Judgement Comming wrote:
Another vagrant drug addict terrorizing the community. Arrest history - catch - release - catch - release... How long are we going to accept this BS from our DA/Judges? Until more people are killed no doubt.
The "victim" started the altercation.. Threatened the stabber. Then chased the guy down the street. Then he got stabbed. Sounds kind of like self defense.
lostworlds

Brisbane, CA

#58 Jun 1, 2010
uhuh...our city council insists that we put up with the transient diversity...good old family values....stabbing and drugging.......our streets are no longer safe...If all the parents knew the truth about our town, they would not send their kids to UCSC.....and Concerned..NO the stabber has a non-latino name....but scum comes in all colors too.
Venezia

Santa Maria, CA

#59 Jun 1, 2010
Look, I know there are good people in Santa Cruz who care and work hard to help the downtrodden, but by providing so many of them with free room and board, Santa Cruz is attracting too many psychopathic, unstable folks to the area. Many of the "residents" at places like the Coral Street Shelter are a danger not only to themselves, but also to their bunk mates and to the residents of Santa Cruz, like this man who was just arrested for a stabbing. The folks who run this shelter should have some idea that they are sheltering dangerous criminals/psychos who have no business roaming the streets day and night but belong in jail or in a mental institution. Is this kind of enablement and negligence not cause for shelters like this to lose their federal grants and funding?
Venezia

Santa Maria, CA

#60 Jun 2, 2010
loweroceanlocal wrote:
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naw, being mexican is contagious... i have lived down here at ocean and barson so long.... i speak spanish, listen to banda music, and love tacos!!! soon all of santa cruz will be infected with mexican... it is too late... viva los mocos locos!!!!
I think the overwhelming majority of Mexican Americans are very good citizens and are probably completely dismayed and shocked by the probable backlash to their commnities caused by increasing Latino gang violence. It's unfortunate to be singled out because of one's color, and on the flipside, this is automatically also considered racists. Communities who have rooted out the Russian mob, the Neo Nazis etc. are not considered racists for wanting to help their community to be free of crime and violence. It is important to distinguish the point here my friend. The perps here just happen to be more often than not Latino, not exclusively obviously, but they are here in Santa Cruz bringing in the drugs and cruel tactics, not?
Wow

Scotts Valley, CA

#61 Jun 2, 2010
whos the suspect wrote:
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The "victim" started the altercation.. Threatened the stabber. Then chased the guy down the street. Then he got stabbed. Sounds kind of like self defense.
Who said he threatened the stabber? And how did he start the altercation? Were you there or do you know the victim? I'm guessing that you don't. People like you extremely piss me off when you talk smack about victims of crime. You should be able to have verbal altercations with someone, he probably regrets giving that scumbag the time of day because it almost cost him his life.
whos the suspect

Monterey, CA

#62 Jun 2, 2010
Wow wrote:
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Who said he threatened the stabber? And how did he start the altercation? Were you there or do you know the victim? I'm guessing that you don't. People like you extremely **** me off when you talk smack about victims of crime. You should be able to have verbal altercations with someone, he probably regrets giving that **** the time of day because it almost cost him his life.
Wait and see.. I doubt they will print anything about it. But there was a short history with the two. the stabber was homeless and not "known" but they had run ins before this. If you know the "victim" ask him or the neighbors about it..
i_heart_blank

Mountain View, CA

#63 Jun 2, 2010
you're getting your stories mixed up - that was the dylan bayly stabbing - or maybe you just don't know what you're talking about. the victim here was pretty much stabbed without provocation.

the stabber is whacked out and not mentally stable - much like dylan bayly imo.

pretty much all stabbing can be traced back to 3 things: mental health, gangs, drugs.
H20 stealer

Richmond, CA

#64 Jun 2, 2010
how does the stab o meter rAte this one?
Wow

Scotts Valley, CA

#65 Jun 2, 2010
whos the suspect wrote:
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Wait and see.. I doubt they will print anything about it. But there was a short history with the two. the stabber was homeless and not "known" but they had run ins before this. If you know the "victim" ask him or the neighbors about it..
Correct, there was a short history with the two, but the victim never started any of it. The stabber is a complete mental case and antagonized the victim. As much as you would like to place blame on the victim, you are completely wrong. I don't have to ask the neighbors anything because they are all yuppy sh**heads that will say what they "think" happened merely because of the house the victim lived in. It is apparent that you must be one of those neighbors, if not then I don't know where you are getting your info, but you are very wrong.
whos the suspect

Monterey, CA

#66 Jun 2, 2010
Wow wrote:
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Correct, there was a short history with the two, but the victim never started any of it. The stabber is a complete mental case and antagonized the victim. As much as you would like to place blame on the victim, you are completely wrong. I don't have to ask the neighbors anything because they are all yuppy **** heads that will say what they "think" happened merely because of the house the victim lived in. It is apparent that you must be one of those neighbors, if not then I don't know where you are getting your info, but you are very wrong.
Nope... You must know the "victim". Which is giving you a skewed sence of reality for this situation.
Like the drug dealer getting killed last week. People saying "what a great guy and he was turning his life around" etc. He was a drug dealer. Had a history of crime here in SC. Got killed commiting a crime and died a criminal.
You know the guy that got stabbed (?) and are making the story the way YOU want it to end. And Id rather have yuppy S**t heads live around me than pure dirt bag trash like your buddy. Whos the only one causing problems on that street??? The "victim".
wow

Scotts Valley, CA

#68 Jun 3, 2010
wow, you're a great human being. I'm curious to know how you know anything about what happened. This dirt bag trash that you are referring to is a better human being than you ever will be. You must be the witness that has set a violent criminal back into the streets to commit his next crime. That's right, the stabber is free and they aren't charging him with anything because you(?) heard him tell the stabber to leave him alone, but with harsher words. Go ahead and think you are right, but I hope most of the people that read these comments will see that this is complete bullsh**! The next time you feel like saying the stabber was the victim, please look into the kids eyes of the real victim and tell them that they would have been better off without their dirtbag father. I hope you rot in hell and stop judging people they way you are judging the victim. And yes I know him.
wow

Scotts Valley, CA

#69 Jun 3, 2010
whos the suspect wrote:
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Nope... You must know the "victim". Which is giving you a skewed sence of reality for this situation.
Like the drug dealer getting killed last week. People saying "what a great guy and he was turning his life around" etc. He was a drug dealer. Had a history of crime here in SC. Got killed commiting a crime and died a criminal.
You know the guy that got stabbed (?) and are making the story the way YOU want it to end. And Id rather have yuppy S**t heads live around me than pure dirt bag trash like your buddy. Whos the only one causing problems on that street??? The "victim".
The real victim is a hard worker, a good man, a good boyfriend and a good father. He's not a drug dealer, he's not a gang banger. he's not a criminal so how exactly are you trying to justify this? It was not self defense!
Gabe Perchinsky

Redding, CA

#70 Mar 31, 2014
You can not hit a person and expect not to be stabbed back.
Gabe Perchinsky

Redding, CA

#71 Mar 31, 2014
and my house is stolen by people like him. i have a rented house for 30 years how that for trancent
Gabe Perchinsky

Redding, CA

#72 Mar 31, 2014
if you don't like the web sites blame the designers.
Gabe Perchinsky

Redding, CA

#73 Apr 25, 2014
if soem one ran at you with a rag of clorfil and tryed pass you out wile holing a gun you whuld stab him too
Gabe Perchinsky

Redding, CA

#74 Apr 25, 2014
and i am a salberty to it up to the secrit servis to say what heppened

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