UNITE, Somerset Police target 38 susp...

UNITE, Somerset Police target 38 suspected drug dealers in Pulaski ...

There are 20 comments on the WYMT story from Aug 31, 2010, titled UNITE, Somerset Police target 38 suspected drug dealers in Pulaski .... In it, WYMT reports that:

" Drug trafficking is a huge problem in Somerset and Pulaski County that requires a strong coordinated effort to stop.

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truthseeker

Chesterfield, MO

#3 Sep 7, 2010
Stupidity

Versailles, KY

#4 Sep 7, 2010
stop drug dealing wrote:
<quoted text>I think Unite is a good program.They do a lot of work in stoppig drug trafficking.
Did it ever occur to you that all this Drug activity that has been hitting the papers now, is because the Mayor is using his agenda to get votes. The man didn't give a crap about the drugs until he made the decision to rid the Task Force. Has to get his last ditch effort for votes. Making all this fuss about Homeless and working with Potentials to get a homeless shelter (which who is funding Potentials and exactly who has audited their books lately?)
Give us a break, this is a ploy if you ever seen one. Line the pockets and make a homeless shelter for what? More issues so an organization can put names on a piece of paper to get grants and funding for thier payroll.
Start by getting these people time in jail, not just a pick up and bond out a few hours later. The Mayor, Police and the newspaper don't tell the public the statis for each arrest how many are back on the streets? how many are actually getting jail time? How many are back on the streets selling and the all time snitching to our police force for who and what? This drug round up is BS for a feather in someone's cap during election time, the same as working to get a homeless shelter.

“SINE POENA NON EST LEX.”

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#5 Sep 8, 2010
Good Job. More human trash in the can!!!
jeff

Grand Rapids, MI

#6 Sep 8, 2010
Unite hasn't done a thing since they came to the city of Somerset, now thats it election time, they are taking everyone to jail. Ridiculous!! Funny thing is they are set up just like the task force was. Nelson sure didn't approve them to work for the city. Politics Girdler way! Wonder how come nothing else is said about the FBI requesting records?
Jeffroe

Somerset, KY

#7 Sep 8, 2010
Girdler at his best trying to con the voters him and Nelson

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#8 Sep 8, 2010
jeff wrote:
Unite hasn't done a thing since they came to the city of Somerset, now thats it election time, they are taking everyone to jail. Ridiculous!! Funny thing is they are set up just like the task force was. Nelson sure didn't approve them to work for the city. Politics Girdler way! Wonder how come nothing else is said about the FBI requesting records?
They take their time , making sure they have reason and evidence to proceed with possible indictments or arrests - This ain't run of the mill cite to court stuff - Best odds on a earth shaking reveal is 50/50 -However , knowing that most times , certain concessions are offered up by both sides in a (questionable)?? case , everybody ,(if anybody) may walk clear - Caution and patience - Bad news travels fast but terrible news is slower than my bowels after a big Thanksgiving dinner - Patience , while things happen behind closed doors -
who cares

London, KY

#10 Sep 9, 2010
good job get all these low down drur dealers an users off the streets good job unite an the somerset police
truthseeker

Chesterfield, MO

#11 Sep 10, 2010
the sooner this dumb prohinbition law goes the way of all such moral cursades the better for everyone.
shs86

United States

#12 Sep 10, 2010
stop drug dealing wrote:
<quoted text>I think Unite is a good program.They do a lot of work in stoppig drug trafficking.
I agree...they helped my fiance get through rehab & to get sober. Addicts can only get better if they are willing to. You can't make anyone do anything they don't wanna do!
Another Bites The Dust

Brownsville, TN

#14 Sep 17, 2010
What about the Doctors who are prescribing these medications, if they should be called that. What do they medicate anyway the person or the community.
Ever heard of the saying tell on 3 and you'll be set free. What in the world are they talking about, anyway. Can someone please let me know.
Dust In the Wind

Brownsville, TN

#15 Sep 17, 2010
Would you tell on 3 to get set free. Or would you be responsible for your actions.

How does it help if you tell on someone.

Who is telling on the Doctors who are killing the community, Just wonder if 3 Doctors tell on another does the offer work for them as well.
Reader

Somerset, KY

#16 Sep 17, 2010
Dust In the Wind wrote:
Would you tell on 3 to get set free. Or would you be responsible for your actions.
How does it help if you tell on someone.
Who is telling on the Doctors who are killing the community, Just wonder if 3 Doctors tell on another does the offer work for them as well.
IT is called scratch my back...the doctors in this community is considered "high class" and those elite will never be touched by the authorities in this area....they are all sitting in church together.
pill drs

Brownsville, TN

#17 Sep 17, 2010
Theres a phys doctor that goes to number of towns arond here that prescribes 90 klonzopin a month for someone I know.That person gets so messed up on them that they are like a zombie.I reported this dr to a man and he said as long as the dr prescribes the dr is in his legal rights.Legal my butt,he is nothing more than a pill pusher.No better than those drs in florida that the feds are closing down.
Lady Di

London, KY

#18 Sep 17, 2010
Its a shame, that all the druggies have corrupted ever avenue there is. This kind of abuse, makes it really hard for a terminally ill patient to have drugs for pain and to make comfortable. Our judges have to give harasher sentences, not just a slap on the wrist. I knew someone who was picking up a presc. for someone terminally ill, there was a person standing around just listening to what kind of prescriptions they were getting. Fortunate that the pharmacist seen and called for mananger and this person bolted before they got there. So, the next time you pickup medicine, pay attention who is around. They might follow you home. Scary.
Truthseeker

West Liberty, KY

#19 Sep 18, 2010
Your "Legal" Drug Vs. My "illegal" Drug?
Alcohol:~400,000

Cannabis:~0 (Zero)

Since: Mar 10

Corbin, KY

#20 Sep 18, 2010
The pill pushers are bad I agree 100%. But the meth has me scared to death. This town has been turned upside down by meth and crack. I never thought the town I grew up in would turn out this way. Now I'm worried what will it be like by the time I have grandchildren? Will we have to start forming our own clean up crews to get our community back?
Truthseeker

West Liberty, KY

#21 Sep 18, 2010
The drug war is misdirected. It is foolish. It is stupid, unworkable, disastrous, tragic and sad. But beyond all that it is evil.

The drug war is grounded in an evil premise: that people do not own their bodies, that they have no right to control what they do with their own lives and their own property, that it is appropriate to lock them in cages if they produce, distribute or consume chemicals in defiance of the state.

This is a monstrosity. As long as America has the drug war, it is not a free country. Politicians who support it and expand it, knowing the evils it entails, have no business lecturing us on morality.
The war on drugs is not a program that should be reconsidered, reformed, or reinvented. It needs not a different set of priorities or a restructuring. It needs to be repealed completely. Its prisoners need to be released without an instant of hesitation. Its greatest victims should be compensated as much as possible out of the pockets of the aggressors. Those at the top of this war must be held responsible for their illegal and immoral acts.

Since: Mar 10

Corbin, KY

#22 Sep 18, 2010
I've been told that the top officials such as our county judges and attorneys who rep these meth offenders do it with the understanding that the lean sentences they receive means that when they are released they manufacture the drug (methe and or crack) for the big dogs and do their duties snitching on the rest of the drug slingers. If they fail doing what they were suppose to do then they go back to jail for another drug bust.

“SINE POENA NON EST LEX.”

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#23 Sep 19, 2010
Country_Woman75 wrote:
The pill pushers are bad I agree 100%. But the meth has me scared to death. This town has been turned upside down by meth and crack. I never thought the town I grew up in would turn out this way. Now I'm worried what will it be like by the time I have grandchildren? Will we have to start forming our own clean up crews to get our community back?
Any sensible person should be scared. The pill heads, the meth heads, and even the pot heads are a danger to our society. No matter their drug of choice the very fact that they are using them ILLEGALLY proves they have no respect for our society and its laws. It's only going to get worse until society realizes that more drastic measures are necessary. I personally wish they would put a bounty on all dopers and make it legal for us to hunt them for sport.

Since: Mar 10

Corbin, KY

#24 Sep 19, 2010
They won't bc the big dogs are putting money in their pockets too

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