Two Orosi-area crimes remain unsolved

Two Orosi-area crimes remain unsolved

There are 4 comments on the Visalia Times-Delta story from Dec 5, 2012, titled Two Orosi-area crimes remain unsolved. In it, Visalia Times-Delta reports that:

An unsolved homicide from 2010 and an attempted homicide from last month have deputies in the north county seeking help from the public.

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#1 Dec 6, 2012
It's funny how it seems they never find anyone to do with these shootings unless its a norteno that died. XD
Cholo Avenger

La Mesa, CA

#2 Dec 25, 2012
Deezntz wrote:
It's funny how it seems they never find anyone to do with these shootings unless its a norteno that died. XD
Yeah like the Oct. 2008 shootings when surenos killed 1 person and nortenos killed 5 but only surenos got arrested? Seems fishy to me.

San Leandro, CA

#3 Aug 3, 2013
Deezntz wrote:
It's funny how it seems they never find anyone to do with these shootings unless its a norteno that died. XD
YES they are.

It appears that THEY really lack common sense or maturity, and suffer from a disease the medical profession calls "inflamed ego and arrogance". This disease causes extreme swelling of the head, shrinking of the brain in the cranial area, and arrogance reflected as invulnerability.

Just prior to the close of the Orange Cove City Council meeting on Wednesday, July 23, two of the attendees left the chamber. John Malos, Editor of the Orange Cove and Mountain Press, and Fred Hall, Publisher of the Times and four other local newspapers packed up their notebooks and went to their car in the parking lot.

It is reported that RANKIN took it upon themselves to instruct the Editor and Publisher of the only local newspaper that they considered recent newspaper stories to be all lies. MR RANKIN told the newspaper men to get out of town and change their attitude -- and it is assumed they want the content of recent reporting changed also.

"... and we are just the guys that can get the job done...", was part of the conversation. THE LAW was the chief spokesperson for the dynamic duo.

PEREZ filed a complaint with the Fresno County Sheriff's Deputy that was on duty in Orange Cove on the evening of July 23. "In all my years at work , I have never been threatened in that manner", he said after the confrontation had calmed.

Fred Hall with over 40 years of reporting on his resume, indicated the same conclusion.

The Sheriff's Department is still investigating, interviewing witnesses, and preparing the applicable reports. No charges have been filed at this time.

Visalia, CA

#4 Feb 23, 2014
Haha snitches get stitches. Big Norte

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