Kentucky State Police use Taser numerous times on Louisville man during arrest in Elizabethtown

Apr 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Courier-Journal

A Taser had to be deployed on a Louisville man numerous times when he refused to comply while being arrested in Elizabethtown, Kentucky State Police said.

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couchburner

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#41
May 14, 2013
 
also... it's u people whose ruin'n my country, and we libs got guns too... civil war u want? ayt... who is against who? what's the dividing lines?
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#42
May 15, 2013
 
Handyman434 wrote:
<quoted text>Evidently you have a lot of time enjoying the correctional systems and with that you have showed not only your lack of competency to obey the laws but also your below average common sense. So go ahead and keep breaking the laws while continuing to get the strip searches and so on. Just think of it as my gift to you since it is my tax dollars that is taking care of you while you continue to be a scab on the ass of society.
hey you brave pos thieves ,cotherns,stillwells,boone rd trash go steal from joey fible blueball ch rd area he leaves a good blood trail for the KSP to follow !go steal from ole joey !!!
believe a cracker

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#43
May 15, 2013
 
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Just like in all of your other dumb a$$ comments I am calling you a liar! If they were at your house, it was for a reason. They don't just randomly show up... NEVER! Especially KSP. And if your dogs are aggressive towards them then they, absolutely, have the right to defend themselves by shooting your dog. Be a responsible dog owner and put them up while the police are there, and you are stupid enough to act aggressively while they are investigating a complaint then, YES MAM, you can go to jail for AI if you are outside of your house!!! This post by you confirms that you are a bottom feeder...
first, they were looking for someone that had nothing to do with me or my property. second my dogs were put up behind a six foot privacy fence(so I didn't really understand the their threatening to shoot my dog. fourth I didn't act aggressively , i simply went outside to see who was in my yard at 2:00 am (which I think is a perfectly natural action). when I figured out it was the ksp, I hollered out to warn them of a huge sinkhole that brush had grown over, its hard to see at night even with a flashlight. if you consider that aggressive behavior, perhaps you are one of them?
im not understanding why any of this would make me a "bottom feeder"? btw, you cant get a public intoxication on your own property and I am not a "mam".
believe a cracker

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#44
May 15, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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Exhibit A. Depending on how many share your worldview, I'd encourage DHS to maybe buy a billion more rounds. You get the Government you choose at the ballot box...that's the American way. If you can't accept those terms, and you want to cry revolution like some third world yokel, then DHS needs to keep you under control. That's called law and order, son, and folks like me who have spent their lives playing the game respect the rules.
did "the joker" say one word about revolution? that's "exhibit a" in a long list of your idiotic responses to people. I cant speak for the joker, but most people that believe like me think a revolution is completely ridiculous and unpatriotic! its a revolution of the mind ,and the mind only. government has a purpose , but it needs to stay in the parameters of the constitution, that's what separates us from the third world ,and more oppressive countries.
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#45
May 15, 2013
 

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It's all a gubmit conspiracy to people these days. They think Obama sends the KSP to shoot their dog, school civics classes turn kids into Socialists, and that the News Enterprise is paid to cover it all up. Between Fox News, talk radio and irresponsible Internet bloggers, people who used to be normal, respecting, law-abiding citizens have been turned into wild-eyed anti-government anarchists. It's turning into a cultural train wreck. I hate to think of the alternative we face when people no longer trust their democratically-elected government.
I am not anti police , but I do think the ksp in this area need to take a step back and evaluate how they treat law abiding citizens. in my personal situation....a simple knock at the door explaining the matter , and apologizing, would have went a long way with me. if that would have happened, I would not tell the story to anyone. its a matter of principle and mutual respect.
believe a cracker

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#46
May 15, 2013
 
the point, you are nothing more than a pawn full of talking points, almost robotic in nature!
if someone doesn't agree with you, they need to be watched , and controlled......perhaps I may get an audit from the irs?
why is it that if someone disagrees with you, they are wild eyed , conspiracy theorist ,racist , homophobic , anarchist .....ect. now you have went one step further and accused someone that doesn't agree with you of being violent!?! really? have you lost your mind? what kind of crap do YOU listen to?
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#47
May 15, 2013
 
if the ksp would learn to conduct themselves like gentleman , i and the rest of the public would be willing to come to their defense in any national accusation , or situation. like i said , its a matter of mutual respect.
The Point

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May 15, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>did "the joker" say one word about revolution? that's "exhibit a" in a long list of your idiotic responses to people. I cant speak for the joker, but most people that believe like me think a revolution is completely ridiculous and unpatriotic! its a revolution of the mind ,and the mind only. government has a purpose , but it needs to stay in the parameters of the constitution, that's what separates us from the third world ,and more oppressive countries.
Uh, you might want to check his use of the word "Civil War" for your answer. That implies armed resistance to the duly selected representative government pursuant to the process outlined in the Constitution. And the penalty for that, in case you missed the 1860's, is a bullet from the Federal government. It's our government. If he doesn't like it, he can (1) vote others to represent him,(2) leave the country, or (3) go to jail/die.
The Point

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May 15, 2013
 
Proctologist wrote:
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Quit yer f$ckin' cryin'. If you don't like it so much, seek refuge elsewhere. Things are bad, but yer whinin' ain't changin' nothin'. Push to impeach that piece of sh!t and we all might stand a chance. Less than that and yer just being a crying b!tch.
Oh so you want to impeach the elected President because your guy lost? You want to circumvent the Constitution so that your side gets a do-over, against the will of the majority? Sounds to me like you might be a bit of a crying b!tch yourself.
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May 15, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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Uh, you might want to check his use of the word "Civil War" for your answer. That implies armed resistance to the duly selected representative government pursuant to the process outlined in the Constitution. And the penalty for that, in case you missed the 1860's, is a bullet from the Federal government. It's our government. If he doesn't like it, he can (1) vote others to represent him,(2) leave the country, or (3) go to jail/die.
do you honestly think that is what he meant? do you think he is ready to mount a militia? you idiot! please stop it!
do you want to talk about what president Lincoln killed? focus your attention on me! quit picking on people....you are a bully, in the worst terms!
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May 15, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text> do you honestly think that is what he meant? do you think he is ready to mount a militia? you idiot! please stop it!
do you want to talk about what president Lincoln killed? focus your attention on me! quit picking on people....you are a bully, in the worst terms!
No, he isn't going to mount anything but his mom's couch while he plays Call of Duty. The point I'm making is that he needs to get involved in the political process, the right way, if he wants to make a difference.

What did Lincoln kill? He killed traitors who didn't get that the fate of the nation and well being of its citizens was more important than some small group's greedy self-interest. Bravo to him.
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#52
May 15, 2013
 
I'm married with my own house and I'm not real fond of call of duty. Point, your a Marxist idiot. Its you that needs to move out of this free country and go beg for foodstamps in Cuba you socialist scum
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#53
May 15, 2013
 
The Joker wrote:
I'm married with my own house and I'm not real fond of call of duty. Point, your a Marxist idiot. Its you that needs to move out of this free country and go beg for foodstamps in Cuba you socialist scum
you are correct, the point is a Marxist. its funny, he and the dhs is making war against the law abiding citizens of this country, not the reverse. its sad, but it seems that they are concocting a threat that doesn't even exist. I am a devout constitutionalist, and a tea party activist, but I have never came into contact with one person advocating violence against anyone in his fabricated revolution.
its funny how Marxism twist the mind into believing crazy conspiracy , and I think they own him lock, stock and barrel. its such a waste of a good mind.:(
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#54
May 15, 2013
 
The Joker wrote:
I'm married with my own house and I'm not real fond of call of duty. Point, your a Marxist idiot. Its you that needs to move out of this free country and go beg for foodstamps in Cuba you socialist scum
Wait, I belong in Cuba? You're the one saying viva la revolution! Maybe you'd like to overthrow democracy like your buddy Fidel? I especially like being called an idiot with a "your" in front of it.
The Point

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May 15, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text> you are correct, the point is a Marxist. its funny, he and the dhs is making war against the law abiding citizens of this country, not the reverse. its sad, but it seems that they are concocting a threat that doesn't even exist. I am a devout constitutionalist, and a tea party activist, but I have never came into contact with one person advocating violence against anyone in his fabricated revolution.
its funny how Marxism twist the mind into believing crazy conspiracy , and I think they own him lock, stock and barrel. its such a waste of a good mind.:(
Hey Mr. Constitution, how about reading the part about how we elect our leaders? And, yes, threats of Civil War are sedition and have always earned you a government bullet in this great country. You want change, then vote. If you don't like the outcome, you shut up and try again next time. Still don't get the outcome you want? Well that probably means you're an idiot who can't recognize what your countrymen want, and no one cares what you think anyway. See how easy that is?
The Point

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#56
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The Joker wrote:
I'm married with my own house and I'm not real fond of call of duty. Point, your a Marxist idiot. Its you that needs to move out of this free country and go beg for foodstamps in Cuba you socialist scum
BTW, I especially like being called a Marxist by the guy who said the "gubmit aint done jack for him." What would you like the gubmit to do for you?
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America was built upon Revolution, and govt should be democratic... it should be so big, that every person can get underneath that tent. Everybody should be allowed to have a democratic cup of coffee. On election day, which douchy do holds in such high esteem from above, is when we the people give our power away. That is not freedom. Thomas Jefferson said when govt is afraid of people, that's freedom. But when people is afraid of govt, that is tyranny... cops rule the road, the society. everywhere. and they are the 99%
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#58
May 15, 2013
 
couchburner wrote:
America was built upon Revolution, and govt should be democratic... it should be so big, that every person can get underneath that tent. Everybody should be allowed to have a democratic cup of coffee. On election day, which douchy do holds in such high esteem from above, is when we the people give our power away. That is not freedom. Thomas Jefferson said when govt is afraid of people, that's freedom. But when people is afraid of govt, that is tyranny... cops rule the road, the society. everywhere. and they are the 99%
And that's why Jefferson helped write a Constitution to ensure that we had a government of the people (not like the monarchies he was referencing). Jefferson was also a little less a fan of revolution when he saw his buddy Louie's head hit the ground in France a few years later. Do the rich and powerful have disproportionate influence in elections and governing? Yes, but they always have, here and everywhere else in the history of time. You want to change that? Then vote out folks like Mitch who fight tooth and nail against campaign finance reform. Don't vote for Presidents who are going to appoint people like Scalia and Thomas to the Supreme court to give us decisions like Citizens United. But you DO have the choice and mechanism, thanks to people like Jefferson. But to use a quote from Jefferson to disparage the system he helped design doesn't make a lot of sense.
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#59
May 15, 2013
 
Like good old Obama? Presidents inherit the US and are under oath to protect our freedoms and rights as well as judges. They do not get to interpret the law to fit their belief which is exactly what they all do. The whole system needs gutted.
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#60
May 15, 2013
 
Ron Paul shoulda been elected

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