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There are 56 comments on the NBC 4 Washington, DC story from Jul 4, 2008, titled Protestors Call For Reforms In Prince George's County - News St.... In it, NBC 4 Washington, DC reports that:

More than two dozen people attended a protest Friday at the Prince George's County jail, demanding reform in the county's criminal justice system following the death of an inmate accused in a police officer's ...

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rceiss

Bowie, MD

#1 Jul 5, 2008
Cpl. Findley was Not an ALLEDGED victim. He was a murder victim. This was a case of an intentional killing of another person. WHITE was a person who had no regards for human life. He made a conscious decision to kill a police officer.
Washington DC

Rockville, MD

#2 Jul 5, 2008
Agree! Cpl. Findley was Not an alledged victom but a murder victom that was a police officer that was run down and dragged underneath a van a stolen van to his death that Ronnie White was driving.

Smearing a dog or deer across the road using a vehicle is cruel and unusual epecially when deliberate and for a human to do such a thing to another human is barbaric and primative.

Ronnie White had a choice and made the very poorest cruelest possible one.
R U Kidding Me

AOL

#3 Jul 5, 2008
Officer Findley (R.I.P.) was NOT an alledged victim.

Mr Whites death, while tragic, served as justice for the officers family & it also saved the tax payers of MD $50,000 per year to feed & clothe ths cop killer. Mr White was the type of citizen, that would have been in & out of jail/prision for the rest of his life anyway. Already, Mr White has gotten more media coverage than he deserves. Put him in the hole, and cover him up & lets move on.
Taylor

Vienna, VA

#4 Jul 5, 2008
Officer Findley has a murdere victim not ALLEGED, and Ronnie White was allegedly, a human being.His own testimony as a character witness for his own self casts serious doubt.
Ben Dayho

Since: Apr 08

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#5 Jul 5, 2008
To hell with reform in the justice system. This case is effiency at its utmost. This has saved the taxpayers a truckload of money. We would have to feed and care for that POS for the next 50 years. Why don't these protesters put this energy into something worth fighting for? Like working with the kids so they don't turn out like Ronnie White.
Hector

Henry, TN

#6 Jul 5, 2008
rceiss wrote:
Cpl. Findley was Not an ALLEDGED victim. He was a murder victim.
Murder requires intent. At best, the officer was the victim of negligent homicide. Negligent homicide is a misdemeanor in some states, but typically the misdemeanor charge of negligent homicide is not used for civilians, it is used to charge police officers who kill civilians by negligent "accident". If a civilian did the same, they'd be getting the death penisula.

"Arkansas State Police Trooper Larry Norman shot and killed Joseph Erin Hamley last year in a case of mistaken identity. A judge Thursday sentenced him to 90 days in the county jail, 30 days of community service, a $1,000 fine and a year's probation.

His lawyer, John Everett, asked him why he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor negligent homicide in the death."
Hector

Henry, TN

#7 Jul 5, 2008
Ben Dayho wrote:
To hell with reform in the justice system. This case is effiency at its utmost. This has saved the taxpayers a truckload of money.
You'd have to be insane to believe this rubbish. Ronnie White's family is going to own PG county.
Ben Dayho

Since: Apr 08

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#9 Jul 5, 2008
How much more intent do we need? Cpl. Findley was run over by a vehicle he was attempting to stop. That seems to be pretty intentional.
Ben Dayho

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10 Jul 5, 2008
Hector wrote:
<quoted text>You'd have to be insane to believe this rubbish. Ronnie White's family is going to own PG county.
Gee. An expert on PG County. How do we look from Elkhorn, Wisc. anyway/
Jen

Silver Spring, MD

#11 Jul 5, 2008
I can't believe that criminals have more rights than the people they killed, what about the victim family's rights officer Findley was a father,husband, police officer, firefighter and a volunteer. that was tremendous lost not a 19year old criminal that only purpouse in life was to hurt and brake the law. where was the mother then?
Hector

Henry, TN

#12 Jul 5, 2008
Jen wrote:
I can't believe that criminals have more rights than the people they killed, what about the victim family's rights officer Findley was a father,husband, police officer, firefighter and a volunteer.
There's no such thing as "more rights than". Additionally, dead people don't have rights, name one.
Hector

Henry, TN

#13 Jul 5, 2008
Ben Dayho wrote:
<quoted text>Gee. An expert on PG County. How do we look from Elkhorn, Wisc. anyway/
You looked like crap from Henrico county, but I could only afford to move this far away from you, so at least I got that going for me.
Hector

Henry, TN

#14 Jul 5, 2008
rceiss wrote:
Cpl. Findley was Not an ALLEDGED victim.
Correct, Findley has a license plate embossed in his chest and his lunch ticket was permantly punched, that is a fact.

However, since the selfish jail guards allegedly killed Ronnie White before his trial, Ronnie White will allways be the "alleged" killer. See how the jail guards allegedly robbed "the people" of justice? Is it sinking in now?

Ronnie White will allways be the ALLEGED killer of the police officer.

By the way, was the stolen license plate made by an inmate of the mary land correctional institute? If it was, that's allegedly some ironically funny stuff right there, I don't care who you are.
Well

Lusby, MD

#15 Jul 5, 2008
Hector wrote:
<quoted text>You'd have to be insane to believe this rubbish. Ronnie White's family is going to own PG county.
They have to prove that someone working FOR Prince Georges County in fact killed him. Glenn Ivey has already said that he needs evidence in order to bring an indictment. Well, there seems to be no evidence....
Eye roller

Battle Creek, MI

#16 Jul 5, 2008
Yeah Ronnie was definitely not the pillar of society. I have seen his My Space page and trust me he was not the good kid his friends make him out to be. Better off without him.
LOL

Washington, DC

#17 Jul 5, 2008
Thousands of people came to Cpl. Findley's viewing and funeral. "Two dozen" came to protest for Ronnie.
Hector

Henry, TN

#18 Jul 5, 2008
Eye roller wrote:
Yeah Ronnie was definitely not the pillar of society. I have seen his My Space page and trust me he was not the good kid his friends make him out to be.
The only way you saw Ronnie White's "my space" page was if it was taped over his belly button.
Washington DC

Rockville, MD

#19 Jul 5, 2008
LOL wrote:
Thousands of people came to Cpl. Findley's viewing and funeral. "Two dozen" came to protest for Ronnie.
Thanks for the stats the news media would be too afraid and fearful to post such. Even decating a storyline about two dozen (24 people) protesters is questionable in deed when no such news coverage is afforded other protests with such lack luster attendance.
No Name

Gaithersburg, MD

#20 Jul 5, 2008
Washington DC wrote:
Agree! Cpl. Findley was Not an alledged victom but a murder victom that was a police officer that was run down and dragged underneath a van a stolen van to his death that Ronnie White was driving.
Smearing a dog or deer across the road using a vehicle is cruel and unusual epecially when deliberate and for a human to do such a thing to another human is barbaric and primative.
Ronnie White had a choice and made the very poorest cruelest possible one.
I agree with your comments.

PG County for years has black and white issues.
duh

Washington, DC

#21 Jul 5, 2008
If the situation were reversed--if a white man rolled over a black man, killing him, and if the white man were consequently murdered in prison, would they be calling for reform? Probably not.

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