Creative Ways 2 Get Rid of Drug Dealers

Creative Ways 2 Get Rid of Drug Dealers

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Roscoe P Coltrane

United States

#1 May 8, 2008
8 in NY accused of torturing, robbing drug dealers
Associated Press
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
A gang of vigilante police impersonators abducted and tortured drug traffickers, forcing them to hand over multimillion-dollar stashes by holding their families hostage or threatening to squeeze their testicles with pliers, authorities said Tuesday.
These vigilante citizens were so tired of the drug crime and the lack of police doing anything that they decided to take matters in their own hands. Part of the multimillion dollar stashes were donated to charitable oganizations that benefitted
disadvantaged children. Some of the proceeds were anonymously donated to local PBA's. Citizen Justice, got to love it!
Mohawk Valley

AOL

#2 May 9, 2008
Roscoe P Coltrane wrote:
8 in NY accused of torturing, robbing drug dealers
Associated Press
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
A gang of vigilante police impersonators abducted and tortured drug traffickers, forcing them to hand over multimillion-dollar stashes by holding their families hostage or threatening to squeeze their testicles with pliers, authorities said Tuesday.
These vigilante citizens were so tired of the drug crime and the lack of police doing anything that they decided to take matters in their own hands. Part of the multimillion dollar stashes were donated to charitable oganizations that benefitted
disadvantaged children. Some of the proceeds were anonymously donated to local PBA's. Citizen Justice, got to love it!
Way to go....that seems to be the only answer to the drug problem. Law enforcement has had their " War against Drugs" campaign for what like 20 years. One of those government programs that get millions upon millions and the proble does not even slow down.
Sousa

Olmstedville, NY

#3 May 11, 2008
Mohawk Valley wrote:
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Way to go....that seems to be the only answer to the drug problem. Law enforcement has had their " War against Drugs" campaign for what like 20 years. One of those government programs that get millions upon millions and the proble does not even slow down.
Someone please give these people John Sousa's address.
Charlie Bronson

Reno, NV

#4 May 11, 2008
Cops rather spend their time generating revenue by writing traffic tickets...not dealing with real crime. Only the citizens can guarantee public safety vis a vi Charlie Bronson style:

eggor

AOL

#5 May 22, 2008
all u have to do as when i cop learns of a drug house bust it fat and go to the next it will wipe them fast
Daniel Roberts

Jackson, MS

#6 May 27, 2008
It has been long over due that there are real soldiers in "THE WAR ON DRUGS" . They are within their rights to do so , however they were wrong in impersonating police officers . I personally would have just worn jeans , vest , Glock and my M-59-66
Yugoslavian ( SKS ) and would have shot them for selling poison to the children , ruining families , promoting crime .
However a prosecutor would not like to be outdone by a bunch of pissed off tax payers who truly know the difference between right and wrong.
The prosecutor would rather prosecute the victims in our cities then put a stop to real criminals .
I must say it
THANK GOD FOR THOSE 8 PEOPLE WHO HAVE THE BALLS TO DO SOMETHING AGAINST THE POISON PUSHERS

Bail Enforcement Agent
Daniel A. Roberts
Jackson , Mississippi
Angelo

New York, NY

#7 Nov 30, 2008
It never ends. In five years crime will be worse and our DA will still be on the tv touting his conviction rats nary a word about promoting actual justice.
william davison

UK

#8 Oct 19, 2009
the only way to get rid of drug dealers and drug users that cause all of us grief is to hang the sods publicly re william
Jacob

Salt Lake City, UT

#9 Dec 9, 2009
There is always drug dealers coming through our neighborhood and with a 7 person family, I personally dont want anybody to get hurt. I think the cops might be a part of this, so do you know anyways to get rid of them?
Please write something back, no matter how long ago this was posted.
WeeWee

Utica, NY

#10 Dec 10, 2009
the only way to get rid of drug dealers and drug related crime...legalize drugs!

People want drugs, its not going to change. The more you try to stop it, the more clever the dealers and importers get, and the entire trade becomes more violent.

War on drugs=waste of money
War on drugs=source of much violent crime
War on drugs=tool of the ruling class to dominate the poor and minorities.

“clark mills”

Since: Nov 09

clark mills

#11 Dec 10, 2009
or let the drug dealer just keep doing drug. and pray that they will overdose.
Long Time Utican

Manlius, NY

#12 Dec 10, 2009
WeeWee wrote:
the only way to get rid of drug dealers and drug related crime...legalize drugs!
People want drugs, its not going to change. The more you try to stop it, the more clever the dealers and importers get, and the entire trade becomes more violent.
War on drugs=waste of money
War on drugs=source of much violent crime
War on drugs=tool of the ruling class to dominate the poor and minorities.
YOU ARE 1005 WRONG! There are many of us that have lived our lives completely Drug Free. We are intelligent to know that "feeling good" comes from living your life according to God's Commandments, taking care of your family, and obeying the laws of Society. We do NOT get worried and hide if a Police car drives by our house. Living this type of life makes us "feel good" - NOT DRUGS!

They have not made the drug that cures anyone's "problems"; drugs only creat bigger "problems". Drugs will never be legalized as long as the majority of us know how to live and want to live DRUG FREE.

“clark mills”

Since: Nov 09

clark mills

#13 Dec 10, 2009
drugs lol
Long Time Utican

Manlius, NY

#14 Dec 10, 2009
Sorry for the typo - it should read "100% wrong."
paper chaser

New York, NY

#15 Dec 10, 2009
legalize to a certain extent and make min mandatory sentences for anything possesed beyond that point, and stop imrisoning addicts...
Long Time Utican

Manlius, NY

#16 Dec 10, 2009
paper chaser wrote:
legalize to a certain extent and make min mandatory sentences for anything possesed beyond that point, and stop imrisoning addicts...
I was under the impression that addicts caught with drugs were handled in Drug Court and given a mandatory sentence where they had to undergo Counseling in lieu of a prison sentence. I agree with this - but it should only be given once. If the drug addict doesn't change their life around and give up drugs - then sentence them to a prison sentence where they will have to give up drugs.
WeeWee

Utica, NY

#17 Dec 11, 2009
Long Time Utican wrote:
<quoted text>YOU ARE 1005 WRONG! There are many of us that have lived our lives completely Drug Free. We are intelligent to know that "feeling good" comes from living your life according to God's Commandments, taking care of your family, and obeying the laws of Society. We do NOT get worried and hide if a Police car drives by our house. Living this type of life makes us "feel good" - NOT DRUGS!
They have not made the drug that cures anyone's "problems"; drugs only creat bigger "problems". Drugs will never be legalized as long as the majority of us know how to live and want to live DRUG FREE.
Exactly, you know that feeling good comes from living a clean, responsible life. So even if drugs were legal, you would not use them. Good choice. Unfortunately, not everyone makes the right choice, and it seems that the laws dont matter. So why not save a lot of taxpayer dollars, end unfair inprsonment, and help people with drug problems live a more normal life, all the while reducing violence. Legalizing drugs doesnt mean that they have to be sold next to the candy bars at walgreens. Most people that choose not to do drugs now wont do them when they are legal. But legalizing them will get them out of the underground, making neighborhoods safer, making kids safer. Im not saying they should be legal because i think everyone should be doing it, I just think that approaching the problem humanely will lead to a safer, stronger society.
haha

Jamesville, NY

#18 Dec 11, 2009
2 ways

1)Make U.P.D. work
2) Make U.P.D earn thier money

im not saying police isnt a dangerous job or really easy....but if u and i can spot a drug house.......
Say What

Utica, NY

#19 Dec 11, 2009
Roscoe P Coltrane wrote:
8 in NY accused of torturing, robbing drug dealers
Associated Press
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
A gang of vigilante police impersonators abducted and tortured drug traffickers, forcing them to hand over multimillion-dollar stashes by holding their families hostage or threatening to squeeze their testicles with pliers, authorities said Tuesday.
These vigilante citizens were so tired of the drug crime and the lack of police doing anything that they decided to take matters in their own hands. Part of the multimillion dollar stashes were donated to charitable oganizations that benefitted
disadvantaged children. Some of the proceeds were anonymously donated to local PBA's. Citizen Justice, got to love it!
About damn time someone did something lmao
your mom

Ithaca, NY

#20 Dec 11, 2009
drugs are good mmm..k?

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