Latest Update on Large Drug Bust

May 9, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KMAN-AM Manhattan

The number of arrests in a multi-law enforcement drug-related operation is up to 81 now, with additional arrests expected.

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Let's stay on track here. Nothing that I said even comes close to indicating that I blame the victims of poverty of their situation.
You accused me of being racist because I support laws against crack cocaine.
As the result is the school to prison pipeline for young African-American men, that is conclusive evidence you are indeed a racist, and a persnickety self-righteous one at that.
What I said was that people with your attitude do more harm than good for the individuals who are struggling with issues of poverty. When all you do is make excuses for those who refuse to try and break the cycle of poverty, and those who insist on surrounding themselves with crime and drugs, you only contribute to their unfortunate situation.
It is important to understand the root cause of poverty and work to fix it, not excuse it.
Ah, but it is you who is the supporter of crime and drugs with your excuses for your privileged progeny's foibles like Geoirge W. Bush's DWI arrest which his wealthy family hushed up in the 2000 campaign.

The root cause of poverty is oppression, such as is perpetrated by those such as you.

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if thats the case, why dont they just use the powder? dude, you are clueless
Naw, that'd be you. Rock is significantly cheaper than nose candy as any 4th grader can tell you.

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And Kangaroo, I still chuckle to myself every time you post because I know you and you are such a self dilusional jack-tard. I have had the misfortune of having to deal with you on a professional level and it was every bit a dissapointment as I imagined it would be when I first met you.
You are a liar. You have no idea who I am and I seriously doubt you and I travel in the same circles at all.

What "profession" are you, pray tell? Spec 4?

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I know it sucks! And this was my point to Roo - we can make excuses and say "oh well" or we can try to understand the root cause and work toward fixing it. Some people, unfortunately will never be able to escape the hand they were dealt, but even the impoverished can have honor - those who are poor, but turn to crime have no honor.
Every single one of the arrestees has greater honor than a racist, classist prig like you.
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same here
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A breathalyzer does not measure or use saliva, it is strictly based on breath - here is an interesting article that explains it
pretty simply http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/...
Cruel and unusual punishment would be the punishment meted out after a conviction - it has nothing to do with the investigation of a crime.
You did have an option about taking the breathalyzer - it may not have been a good option, but you had it, there is also a system put in place where you could have taken a diversion (but honestly I don't know much about diversions and what exactly they entail.)
My only point here is that if I go out driving and I am exhibiting a driving pattern that could be a threat to others, I have given up my "right" to drive that car. It is the job of the police to get me off the road. I don't have a constitutional right to put your life in danger.
If stopped I would be given field sobriety, if I fail that, showing that for whatever reason (most likely being drunk) that I cannot perform simple tasks, the next step is to find out if I have been drinking - that's when the breathalyzer comes into play.

like I said I was never given the choice to opt out and this was all after the conviction not during the investigation, went to jail for two months than case was dismissed without prejudice, reopened than I was recharged on the same counts. and wasn't given an option for anything cause I was already convicted of the charges,
Such punishment as would amount to torture or barbarity, any cruel and degrading punishment not known to the Common Law, or any fine, penalty, confinement, or treatment that is so disproportionate to the offense as to shock the moral sense of the community. where does it say before or after the conviction, and how is a breathalyzer known to common law, when common law is the ancient law that's followed by the colonies that England colonized. I wasn't drunk when I got arrested and there was no proof of intoxication just hear say, I suffered a head injury when some guy smashed my face into the concrete and called the cops and made false accusations to have me arrested all because of a game of pool, and cuz he was leaving next morning, so I sat in jail on false accusations, went through four public defenders and then had case reopened and did it all over again 4 months later. when I asked about the guy who beat me up they told me there's nothing they can do about it.
& my bond the first time was over 25,000 dollars, no bond reduction cause the DA read wrong paper work and said I had prior failure to appears which I did but from a long time ago, I thought there not supposed to use prior convictions to keep you convicted but if you can't afford a lawyer I guess they can do what ever they want
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Kangaroo = Jerry
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When the court orders the use of an IID, you must have one installed by an authorized installer and provide proof of the installation to the court. The court has special forms and procedures to monitor drivers ordered to have an IID device installed. After the court notifies the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), DMV marks your driving record so law enforcement officers are aware of the IID requirement if you are stopped. DMV will also place a restriction on your driver license. If you fail to comply with a court-ordered IID restriction, the court will notify DMV and your driving privilege may be suspended until you comply with the court order.
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and its a privilege to drive not a right to drive
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I know it sucks! And this was my point to Roo - we can make excuses and say "oh well" or we can try to understand the root cause and work toward fixing it. Some people, unfortunately will never be able to escape the hand they were dealt, but even the impoverished can have honor - those who are poor, but turn to crime have no honor.
Are you talking about the police who get rich off stolen property or the lawyers who get rich stealing propertey they are intrusted with?

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and its a privilege to drive not a right to drive
...as opposed to...?
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As the result is the school to prison pipeline for young African-American men, that is conclusive evidence you are indeed a racist, and a persnickety self-righteous one at that.
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Ah, but it is you who is the supporter of crime and drugs with your excuses for your privileged progeny's foibles like Geoirge W. Bush's DWI arrest which his wealthy family hushed up in the 2000 campaign.
The root cause of poverty is oppression, such as is perpetrated by those such as you.
Wow this is getting funny, so you support this school to prison pipeline as inevitable for young black men, defend their criminal behavior and drug use but somehow I am the racist - too funny.
Where is the world did you get the idea that I am a "supporter of crime and drugs (and have) excuses for your privileged progeny's foibles like Geoirge W. Bush's DWI arrest which his wealthy family hushed up in the 2000 campaign."
You really are just simply making things up now.
And please, humor me - how do perpetuate oppression?:)
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Every single one of the arrestees has greater honor than a racist, classist prig like you.
Keep up with the conversation here Roo - I wasn't talking about any of the people who were arrested. You by the way are probably the worst offender of racism and classism of any of those who have posted on this thread. Don't preach about honor until you get a little yourself
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anthony wrote:
and its a privilege to drive not a right to drive
I do wish you luck in getting what seems like a mess cleared up. I have no doubt there are many cases that are dealt with unjustly, but I still don't see the loss of constitutional rights as it pertains to cruel and unusual punishment - we could probably just agree to disagree on that one.
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jcpd right up thier with the new orleans police department.so sad anybody remember that booher case
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...as opposed to...?
I don't understand as opposed to what, what do you mean?
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I do wish you luck in getting what seems like a mess cleared up. I have no doubt there are many cases that are dealt with unjustly, but I still don't see the loss of constitutional rights as it pertains to cruel and unusual punishment - we could probably just agree to disagree on that one.
its degrading and a tool used for punishment, and on top of court costs court fines and everything else the case continues until the sentence of the court ordered iid is completed, and you pay for it on top of it, any instrument for punishment falls under cruel and unusual punishment, any one who sees you using it is going to assume that your an alcoholic or are unsafe by the standards of the state, so your punished for 3 years after the conviction as well as the jail time and fines you have already paid. and if you can't afford it your suspended indefinitely. all due to false accusations or unproven accusations. idk its really difficult to define cruel and unusual punishment when the only ones allowed to decide whether it is or not are the same ones incarcerating you. but that's my opinion.
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...as opposed to...?
someone said something about losing their right to drive the car, you only have a right to travel freely and unmolested, its a privilege to be a licensed driver, or that's what your told when you do ckf classes that your a criminal and a burden to the state and its privilege to drive you don't have a right to drive

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I don't understand as opposed to what, what do you mean?
You said it's a privilege to drive, as opposed to something driving is not or that is not a privilege?

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so you support this school to prison pipeline as inevitable for young black men
No, but in a reality like we have now where store managers watch black youth more closely than white youth, it's inevitable in some cases.
defend their criminal behavior and drug use but somehow I am the racist - too funny.
Dope is not a criminal problem - it is a health problem.
Where is the world did you get the idea that I am a "supporter of crime and drugs (and have) excuses for your privileged progeny's foibles like Geoirge W. Bush's DWI arrest which his wealthy family hushed up in the 2000 campaign."
You're not? Cool.
And please, humor me - how do perpetuate oppression?:)
see "Pedagougy of the Oppressed" by Paolo Friere or go talk to some bruthas on a street corner if you really want to know
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You said it's a privilege to drive, as opposed to something driving is not or that is not a privilege?
oh no somebody said something about losing their right to drive and I said its a privilege not a right

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