Suspected drug ring busted

Suspected drug ring busted

There are 100 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Dec 13, 2008, titled Suspected drug ring busted. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

Properties involved in a suspected drug trafficking organization, which authorities believe is responsible for growing marijuana on national forests, were raided by law enforcement agents Wednesday.

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LiFe

United States

#98 Dec 14, 2008
Missing Humboldt Link wrote:
<quoted text>They are not American they are SPOILED Asian Immigrants, TAKING THE EASY WAY INSTEAD OF WORKING HARD AS THEIR PARENTS DID
then why don't you give us a definition for AMERICANS.
LiFe

United States

#99 Dec 14, 2008
Ahhhhsssoooo wrote:
Asians are beyond the cockroach's filth, they are scum.
okay... so what are you gonna call other races?
LiFe

United States

#100 Dec 14, 2008
anb wrote:
Not to be predjudice, but if these people were actually truly affiliated with the Asian gang, LAOS, that's pretty damn scarry!!! I think it's pretty realistic and validated to be seriously concerned about the potential violence these Asians might be capable of. If the Asian gang, LOAS in fact does exist in Eureka, then best to profile any Asian busted for drugs in the area and make sure they're not a part of that gang, and if they are then GET RID OF THEM. If you are not familiar with the brutality of Asian gangs, then do what you can to learn about them. You don't want them in your town.
wow.. what about the notorious mexican gangs?? asian gangs actually aren't that well known!
LiFe

United States

#101 Dec 14, 2008
Preacher of Haight wrote:
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Well, I can see why you might believe that, but you're wrong! I may have had a few too many beers last night, but I REALLY am a police officer. I don't feel any need to "con" anyone into hating us, enough already do.
My statements are true, this is the way things work, whether you want to believe it or not! Do you think it's difficult to pull off a stop-n-search? I say you crossed the yellow line, and what are you going to say? Who's gonna believe you over me? I don't know how you do things out in California, but I can imagine. Dope has turned most of your brains to mush out there, that's for sure. In order to catch the bad guys, we sometimes have to act like they do. You wouldn't know nothing about it, cause you've never done it! Be thankful you got cops out there willing to go to extremes. If you didn't, where would you be? What would you do when some pothead breaks into your house and steals everything for their next fix?
hey dude! make sure you're sober next time when you wanna make an online speech or you're just gonna make yourself and the rest of your team look bad. you sure don't seem like the responsible kind of cop. what's the name of the station you're at? i wanna write them a letter and tell them that one of their guys is DRINKING AND TYPING lol!!! hahahhahahahahahahah!!!

“Illegitimati non carborundum”

Since: Nov 08

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#102 Dec 14, 2008
LiFe wrote:
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hey dude! make sure you're sober next time when you wanna make an online speech or you're just gonna make yourself and the rest of your team look bad. you sure don't seem like the responsible kind of cop. what's the name of the station you're at? i wanna write them a letter and tell them that one of their guys is DRINKING AND TYPING lol!!! hahahhahahahahahahah!!!
Actually I bet his captain would be more interested in knowing about his desired and stated ways he has of dealing with those he disagrees with. It's obvious the internet makes him feel brave. His views would make any precinct look bad which would reflect on other officers.
Ernie

Eureka, CA

#103 Dec 14, 2008
Preach: Drink a few more beers for clarity. Maybe Jeebus will deliver you from all of the evil in this world.

Wait, you're a cop! You're supposed to solve all of our problems!
Dude

United States

#104 Dec 15, 2008
Ok, let me get this straight. The article did not mention anything about any gang. All I read was pot bust and gun possession along with some asian names. Some of you really have nothing according to the article to talk about. This is turning into a racist topic. It is too bad that racism still exist in America. Some of you just proved it.
Dude

United States

#105 Dec 15, 2008
(Off topic Post)

Also, regarding the misspelled words and grammers, maybe we need to set good examples for our kids and the younger generations to stay true to getting it right. The internet is one reason why the younger populations cannot past their English class and mature into the real business world. We cannot use the internet as an excuse to have poor grammers and punctuations. We are judge upon our skills to write and analyze post/comments/articles.

“Illegitimati non carborundum”

Since: Nov 08

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#106 Dec 15, 2008
Dude wrote:
(Off topic Post)
Also, regarding the misspelled words and grammers, maybe we need to set good examples for our kids and the younger generations to stay true to getting it right. The internet is one reason why the younger populations cannot past their English class and mature into the real business world. We cannot use the internet as an excuse to have poor grammers and punctuations. We are judge upon our skills to write and analyze post/comments/articles.
I don't mean to nit pick but if your going to come on here and preach about grammer and punctuation please make sure your post advocating it is not full of misspelled words and typos first. Kids don't "past" 6th grade...they "pass" it. It's "grammar", not "grammer". And "judge" should have been "judged".

“Illegitimati non carborundum”

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#107 Dec 15, 2008
Look...I misspelled grammar the first time myself.lol But then again...I don't really care if everyone spells correctly as long as the point is made. I was just teasing dude about his post asking for proper grammar and punctuation being full of misspelled words and typos.
KnowItAll

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#108 Dec 15, 2008
I didn't know so many hateful people lived up here. Must be the inbreeding, huh?
KnowItAll

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#109 Dec 15, 2008
Hey Preacher of Haight . . . GO SUCK AN EGG.
tired

Eureka, CA

#110 Dec 15, 2008
I'm sure glad they got these Mexican drug smugglers!
LiFe

United States

#111 Dec 15, 2008
Former Ukiahan wrote:
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I don't mean to nit pick but if your going to come on here and preach about grammer and punctuation please make sure your post advocating it is not full of misspelled words and typos first. Kids don't "past" 6th grade...they "pass" it. It's "grammar", not "grammer". And "judge" should have been "judged".
LOL!!
anb

United States

#112 Dec 15, 2008
LiFe wrote:
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wow.. what about the notorious mexican gangs?? asian gangs actually aren't that well known!
we do have the Mexican mafia growing in Mendocino county. They plant guys in the National Forest.
anb

United States

#113 Dec 15, 2008
Dude wrote:
Ok, let me get this straight. The article did not mention anything about any gang. All I read was pot bust and gun possession along with some asian names. Some of you really have nothing according to the article to talk about. This is turning into a racist topic. It is too bad that racism still exist in America. Some of you just proved it.
Six Asian drug dealers for conspiring in a drug ring; sounds gang related. It might not be at all, but reason for concern. I'm sure the cops have already done their profiling and checked into the idea. Would that make them predjudice?
Ryan Marca

Omaha, NE

#114 Dec 15, 2008
Shouldn't Humboldt COunty's government be focusing on more serious problems like the meth in Rio Dell or the heroin going around arcata? Marijuana isn't bad, that shit is......so HUMBOLDT DRUG TASK FORCE, PULL YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR......YOU KNOW!
Impressed

Napa, CA

#115 Dec 15, 2008
Great job! Now make sure they stay behind bars instead of getting released like so many others. It takes too much effort to catch these jerks to let them go!

“Illegitimati non carborundum”

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#116 Dec 15, 2008
Impressed wrote:
Great job! Now make sure they stay behind bars instead of getting released like so many others. It takes too much effort to catch these jerks to let them go!
They call that job security. Catch and release guarantees that a steady supply is available. Haven't you figured that out about our law enforcement and judicial agencies yet? lol
LiFe

United States

#117 Dec 15, 2008
Former Ukiahan wrote:
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They call that job security. Catch and release guarantees that a steady supply is available. Haven't you figured that out about our law enforcement and judicial agencies yet? lol
NICELY SAID!

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