Confidential Informants---Are they re...

Confidential Informants---Are they reliable?

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NOPE

Whitney, TX

#1 Jun 1, 2010
Not when they are being paid for their testimony or get their sentences shortened for their testimony. That is bribery.
Wounded

AOL

#2 Jun 1, 2010
NOPE wrote:
Not when they are being paid for their testimony or get their sentences shortened for their testimony. That is bribery.
Their testimony is the same as a law officer's. Law officer's are paid to testify also.

Where's the mentality?

I have paper to prove more law officers lie than the average "F-ing ole Joe!

Yet, people are still think like they live in the back woods.
"That is bribery."
It does happen! ;'(

Since: Jun 09

Scrotum, Idaho

#3 Jun 1, 2010
Confidential informants don't testify.

If they did, they'd be worthless in the future.

They do, however, tell law enforcement things they need to know.
Wounded

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#5 Jun 1, 2010
"A: Yes. The crime of perjury is the making of a materially false statement under oath with the belief that the statement is false. Under federal law, perjury is punishable by up to five years in jail. The length of any jail term, as with all federal crimes, will be determined according to the US Sentencing Guidelines (USSG). Perjury is also punishable under state laws.

The purpose of perjury statutes is to keep the process of justice free from false testimony. "

New ordinance was created because of untruth's from a law officer.
I don't want to have any conviction removed from my record.

I will show Lonnie Jonson committed perjury with the help of his supervisors and the DA!
No more, no less.
We need not law officers who will tell blatant lies on the public.
Lordy mercy

Texarkana, TX

#6 Jun 1, 2010
Telstar wrote:
Confidential informants don't testify.
If they did, they'd be worthless in the future.
They do, however, tell law enforcement things they need to know.
So a person has no right to face their accuser huh?
Wounded

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#7 Jun 2, 2010
Lordy mercy wrote:
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So a person has no right to face their accuser huh?
To hear Telstar tell it they don't. "accusers" lie manytimes for their own agendas.
I like to be able to prove them liars. Isn't that true Taz?

AS I DID! If you pay attention it dosen't take a man with a degree to catch a cop in a lie.

Lonnie will blow smoke up the jury's azz every time he is a witness. Yet he is as much the liar as Taz is.

Remember Johnson, I am your first reprimand.
That is according to Bowie county. I don't trust them any more than a one eye' d cop. What made you do the things you did?
Lost all self control you did, WHY? Did it run out that eye socket when you removed your eye ball?
I can tell the people Why. Total incompetence at the hands of his supervisors who told him to change his statements.

The only reason there was a arrest an a conviction is a law officer will lie.

Just the facts mam!
she wounded

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#8 Jun 2, 2010
Confidential informants are people, just like the law officers/officials they inform to. The informers are every bit as honest/reliable as the ones they provide the information to. Put em in a sack, shake em up, throw em out in a pile and you couldn't tell one (the informer) from the other (the officers/officials). Both should have to be proven truthful before their word is taken. Both should be held equally accountable for any lies they tell and any undue suffering imposed upon the innocent parties their lies impact.
Gypsy

Shreveport, LA

#9 Jun 2, 2010
Confidential informants are usually wired for sound and or a camera, thats as close to the truth as you're going to get!
If they are setting up a drug dealer you bet there has to be proof or it would be just hearsay. Most time a CI is a person that has been caught doing something illegal and the law enforcement has struck a deal with them.Isn't that right Wounded?
"Confidential" doesn't meen a thing if a person is smart enough to figure out dates and times.Never heard if a CI testifying!!!!
Musketeer

Dallas, TX

#10 Jun 2, 2010
Wounded wrote:
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Their testimony is the same as a law officer's. Law officer's are paid to testify also.
Where's the mentality?
I have paper to prove more law officers lie than the average "F-ing ole Joe!
Yet, people are still think like they live in the back woods.
"That is bribery."
It does happen! ;'(
law officers are paid to save your ass not kiss it. Police officers are who you call when you need help, someone to protect you and your belonging for thieves. Wounded is a prime example of a person that wants the law to apply to everyone except himself. He wants the law to mold to his lifestyle. He gets in a little trouble and feels that everyone is out to get him. Paranoid like a meth head. Imagine that.
btt

Lititz, PA

#11 Jun 2, 2010
btt
Wounded

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#12 Jun 2, 2010
Gypsy wrote:
Confidential informants are usually wired for sound and or a camera, thats as close to the truth as you're going to get!
If they are setting up a drug dealer you bet there has to be proof or it would be just hearsay. Most time a CI is a person that has been caught doing something illegal and the law enforcement has struck a deal with them.Isn't that right Wounded?
"Confidential" doesn't meen a thing if a person is smart enough to figure out dates and times.Never heard if a CI testifying!!!!
"Most time a CI is a person that has been caught doing something illegal and the law enforcement has struck a deal with them.Isn't that right Wounded?"
I wouldn't know all the facts on how it works. I have helped bring down labs at my own fun.
You should place a space between the end and beginning of a sentence.
Yet!
"Never heard if a CI testifying"
I have! Your man John Flannagan~ when he turned states evidence on Sam Rich.
Also, I was at the table when the deal was arranged for Jason Davis to set Sam Rich up. Yet that dosen't make them completely truthful people. Davis wasn't the only person to talk on your friends.
They are people as Johnson. People with a agenda.
I arranged the meeting for the Davis boy. ;')
CI's do have to testify if a case goes to trial. That is the bottom line. NO More. No Less.
she wounded

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#13 Jun 3, 2010
Musketeer wrote:
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law officers are paid to save your ass not kiss it.
There you go again Alice, fell back down the hole into Wonderland again, I see. Law officers are paid "to serve and protect". It's written on most all their cars. Haven't you seen it? At least one should say, "to abuse and lie".
Wounded

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#14 Jun 9, 2010
Musketeer wrote:
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Wounded is a prime example of a person that wants the law to apply to everyone except himself. He wants the law to mold to his lifestyle.
No not at all! I don't want to follow the law as I've known law officers do!
I don't want drugs. I don't want to be found at a cemetary because I was a low life and beat my wife because I was a cop that got fired because I was on drugs.

If Wounded was a prime example, people would be at home most of the time.
They would have to. You can't cross the tracks! ;')
Then there is the outher reason!
I wouldn't want to be a cop that would tell people my eye fell out and I just couldn't remember. ;')
Wounded

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#15 Jun 9, 2010
"law officers are paid to save your ass not kiss it."
That isn't what I read about them. You should study.

I read they are to protect and to serve. I read they are to have a ethical code.
It isn't much from the ethics I've witnessed.

Not to create crimes.
tellthetruth

Show Low, AZ

#16 Jun 10, 2010
A snitch is a snitch no matter what you call yourself.
Nothing more nothing less.
I was raised with a code of ethics and I do not need a policeman or a criminal to tell me what this means.
tanftx

Healdton, OK

#17 Jun 10, 2010
if an alcoholic welder working for a $2-5MM annual sales family owned welding shop decides to cuss and harass you on the job to prove he can get away with it, even if he is a dwi alcoholic on probation, owner and bistate will look the other way and tell you in a not telling you way to eat it. especially if the welding shop has made repair work to the fourth floor bistate. they dont cover that kind of dirty politics in sunday morning services, but thats apparently how it works in the texarkana area
tanftx

Healdton, OK

#18 Jun 10, 2010
meant to reference post #15
Wounded

AOL

#19 Jun 10, 2010
tellthetruth wrote:
A snitch is a snitch no matter what you call yourself.
Nothing more nothing less.
I was raised with a code of ethics and I do not need a policeman or a criminal to tell me what this means.
I read your code of ethics is the same as Mr. Taz. Just many false statements.

You must be speaking about the Sam Rich and John Flannagan crew!

Sounds like your code of ethics is to up hold a criminal.

"I was raised with a code of ethics"
What? Would you have gone and shot the man after he told you he killed your child?
Or would you have done as I? Used what little pee poor legal system we have to remove the man?
What I did was take the man to the table who could set Sam and the clan up!

Let me put it this way. I wasn't as ignorant as itsy told people about me shooting into the man's home.
That was a lie just as the many Taz has told about me. Just as the many you post.
That was Mike Page. He hasn't ever been a man. He is a punk just like Lonnie.

You were backing Taz and his lie about me stalking also! Right?

At least that is what the post read.
Good day!
Wounded

AOL

#20 Jun 10, 2010
tanftx wrote:
if an alcoholic welder working for a $2-5MM annual sales family owned welding shop decides to cuss and harass you on the job to prove he can get away with it, even if he is a dwi alcoholic on probation, owner and bistate will look the other way and tell you in a not telling you way to eat it. especially if the welding shop has made repair work to the fourth floor bistate. they dont cover that kind of dirty politics in sunday morning services, but thats apparently how it works in the texarkana area
It isn't illegal to cuss a law officer. It should be illegal to trap people behind rail road crossings without proper notice.

It is not proper. It isn't safe. I have even seen Life Net down here many times after the incident.
We need help. We don't need a Rail Road cop and a Bowie county cop who have issues.

As I said, we need help.
No Hoot WE are not allowed to use the RICH people's back way out.
You sir are nothing but another Bowie county liar.
People should have to be in our shoes as it has been said.
This is the point.
one of the ants

Whitney, TX

#21 Jun 10, 2010
Wounded wrote:
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It isn't illegal to cuss a law officer. It should be illegal to trap people behind rail road crossings without proper notice.
It is not proper. It isn't safe. I have even seen Life Net down here many times after the incident.
We need help. We don't need a Rail Road cop and a Bowie county cop who have issues.
As I said, we need help.
No Hoot WE are not allowed to use the RICH people's back way out.
You sir are nothing but another Bowie county liar.
People should have to be in our shoes as it has been said.
This is the point.
"Oh, the world owes me a living" said the grasshopper to the ants.. You knew the tracks were there and that there was only one way in and one way out when you "by your choice " chose to live there-in my way of thinking you have no one to blame but yourself!!!I guess you think the RailRoad should ask you when and if they can use those tracks-No one is obligated to provide you with an alternative way out -If the strain is too much for you ,then you should simply move-of course if you did.. that would mean you would have one less thing to cry and whine about !

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