Prisoner who escaped Dauphin County booking facility still on the lam
"This guy is a drug user, he's going to get picked up at some point. He's not a criminal genius," - First Assistant District Attorney Fran Chardo.
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#1 Jul 29, 2013
Just think if drugs were legal people like him wouldn't be dangerous and half the criminals and law-enforcement/judicial system would be out of a job.
Than you wouldn't have drug users stealing, robbing, raping, and murdering for there drugs.
In fact most "druggies" don't want to be bothered and don't bother others when they have a supply and can indulge without being paranoid of arrest.
You see drugs should not be criminal after all they are put in our food and everything else including drinking water. Did you know that until recent years there was a higher amount of poisons in water? Still is what they consider "harmless" trace amounts.
I say give up the so called war on drugs it puts people at risk and ruins lives.
Once a "junkie" goes to prison what motivation is it to stop using? Going back to jail? I don't think so.
I know it would open up room in prison and again put the criminals and law-enforcment/judicial department in part out of there filthy buisness.
If someone want's to be a "junkie" and the government made it legal they would only be hurting thereself not everyone else but I guess the financial dent that would put on the system as a whole over rides the saftey of others and shows the powers that be are content with more than half the prisons filled with "junkies".
Don't know the guy but prison is not for drug users or dealers these people need professional help to get there lives back on track not prison to tear it further apart.
#2 Jul 31, 2013
The costs of helping people probably would outweigh the costs of the so called "war on drugs".
Our government isn't about helping people or even doing right they are a buisness. All they care about is money and how to keep it coming.
Really? Do you really think they care???
#3 Aug 6, 2013
As if law-enforcement doesn't have bigger fish to fry than to pick on "druggies"
How about going after frauders here's a tip
William R. Curry collected unemployment while working as a certified food saftey personell at plain and fancy catering. this can be found @eatsafepa.gov through inspections data base and the unemployment is refrenced @yorkcountypa.gov civil case NO. 2011-FC-000338-15. So to avoid support order he got unemployment yet remained in the Department of Agricultures data base as a certified worker. This is public record it was presented to the court before JUDGE STRONG and all she did was re-instate the support Order without holding him responsible for government fraud.
Perhaps he was hopping under her bench, after all judge kelley had sex with a public defender while on the criminal bench maybe screwing is aloud in that so called judicial center seems that way doesn't it?
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