Police: Nelson David Diaz, of Bridgep...

Police: Nelson David Diaz, of Bridgeport, arrested for stealing UPS packages

There are 14 comments on the News12.com story from Apr 5, 2014, titled Police: Nelson David Diaz, of Bridgeport, arrested for stealing UPS packages. In it, News12.com reports that:

Police say Nelson David Diaz, 25, is facing a charge of sixth-degree larceny after Westport police discovered he had an outstanding warrant in Fairfield.

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BPT

East Granby, CT

#1 Apr 6, 2014
No surprise - typical Bridgeport filth. Bet he stole the car, too.
amydiaz

Bronx, NY

#2 Apr 2, 2015
You have no right to judge anyone and for your information the car is his ! When u assume u make a ass out of yourself! His wife

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#3 Apr 2, 2015
amydiaz wrote:
You have no right to judge anyone and for your information the car is his ! When u assume u make a ass out of yourself! His wife
YES WE WILL JUDGE HIM. He has an outstanding warrant and he was stealing UPS packages. And if he didn’t steal the car, you did. How the FUCK are you worried about a reasonable assumption your husband stole the car, when he’s a criminal, when the whole reason we’re even reading about your husband, is HE’S A DIRTBAG?
amydiaz

Bronx, NY

#4 Jun 3, 2015
You can judge all you want the car wasn't stolen and who gives you that right to judge someone Douchbag. Your mother is a Dirt Bag that's why she brought you into this whole sad excuse for a life! Don't come at me or mines if you not ready. Internet Thug Bye......
amydiaz

Bronx, NY

#5 Jun 3, 2015
Citizen44 wrote:
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YES WE WILL JUDGE HIM. He has an outstanding warrant and he was stealing UPS packages. And if he didn’t steal the car, you did. How the FUCK are you worried about a reasonable assumption your husband stole the car, when he’s a criminal, when the whole reason we’re even reading about your husband, is HE’S A DIRTBAG?
/Send info with this comment !! If you about it ?! Talk is cheap !!!..

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#6 Jun 4, 2015
amydiaz wrote:
<quoted text>/Send info with this comment !! If you about it ?! Talk is cheap !!!..
Here’s some information: your husband stole UPS packages. He’s a dirtbag, you’re a dirtbag.

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#7 Jun 4, 2015
Talk is cheap and so are Citizen many girlfriends.

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#8 Jun 4, 2015
American Gentleman Sam wrote:
Talk is cheap and so are Citizen many girlfriends.
Hmmm…. well, at least my cat is better than your cat!

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#9 Jun 4, 2015
American Gentleman Sam wrote:
Talk is cheap and so are Citizen many girlfriends.
Sam, I have to say that was a good comment! You won today with that one!
BPT

Norwalk, CT

#10 Jun 4, 2015
Study: 90% of Criminal Corporations Are Republican
Ninety percent of the corporations that were criminally convicted between 1989 and 2000 donated overwhelmingly to the Republican Party in 2012.
A study by the Corporate Crime Reporter, Russell Mokhiber, found that,“Ten out of the current top 100 donors to the 2012 political campaign have ple[a]d guilty to crimes.” The criminal-convictions file that was considered in his study included convictions during the ten years between 1989 and 2000.
An examination of this list, by the present reporter, indicates that nine of these ten big-donating criminal firms gave far more to Republican political campaigns than to Democratic ones. Only one firm, Pfizer, donated more to Democrats; and they contributed only slightly more to Democrats than to Republicans. By contrast, each one of the nine big-donating Republican criminal corporations – Honeywell, Lockheed, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Boeing, GE, Northrop, Koch Industries, Raytheon, and Exxon – donated far more to Republicans than to Democrats; and the most lopsidedly political criminal firm of them all, Koch Industries (which organized the “Tea Party” starting when Obama first entered the White House), donated a whopping 98% to Republicans.
At least according to this measure, criminal firms prefer Republican politicians overwhelmingly. It is rare, almost unheard of, to find a population that is so lopsidedly favorable to one Party over the other, as this one is: 90% vs. 10%.
Mokhiber provided the donation-figures, for each of these ten convicted firms, based on federal filings.
Another and related Mokhiber study, which was published on 3 April 2012, was titled “No Fault Corporate Crime,”and he quoted there the first-ever statement that Attorney General Eric Holder had made as the U.S. Attorney General that had employed the phrase “corporate crime.” In this statement, Holder expressed himself as being against prosecuting corporate crime, because he felt that only individuals should be criminally prosecuted. Holder has, however, also opposed criminal prosecutions of top corporate executives as individuals: not a one of them has been even prosecuted, during his term, much less convicted. Mokhiber pointed out that Holder came to his federal office from the elite corporate law firm of Covington & Burling, which defends corporations against criminal prosecutions. Mokhiber also noted,“And he’s going back to Covington & Burling.” So: Holder’s future income will be derived from corporations that will be hiring C&B to defend them from prosecutions for crimes, and from other legal charges against them. In other words: President Obama, when he had hired Holder, was actually hiring a career defender of corporations; and this person, Holder, has been continuing in this very same capacity while on the federal payroll, during his four-year hiatus from his career, as a professional corporate defender. Holder is, in other words, doing what is in his long-term personal career interest: protecting big-corporate criminals.
As the U.S. Attorney General, Holder’s policy regarding corporate criminality has been to seek what is called “deferred prosecution agreements”(basically agreements not to prosecute) instead of outright criminal convictions, against criminal firms. This policy has been carried out by Lanny A. Breuer (also from C&B), Obama’s appointed head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. Breuer’s chief argument for “deferred”(or actually non-) prosecutions, has
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BPT

Springfield, MA

#11 Jun 9, 2015
BPT wrote:
No surprise - typical Bridgeport filth. Bet he stole the car, too.
typical republican filth
mbbr

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#12 Jun 9, 2015
The UPS driver who delivery my packages is stupid and lazy. He refused to knock on my door, and theifs could steal my items like my three in one machine fax, printer, scanner. Shame on him.

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#13 Jun 10, 2015
American Gentleman Sam wrote:
The UPS driver who delivery my packages is stupid and lazy. He refused to knock on my door, and theifs could steal my items like my three in one machine fax, printer, scanner. Shame on him.
Never mind that, your stock ticker should be delivered strictly by ‘signature required’. Same goes for your secretary’s office equipment.

“'never'”

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#14 Jun 10, 2015
If you're really going through with this counter-fitting operation, I would caution you not to give Tippy any of the money. George saw her by the side door of Bishop's the other night... not good.

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