Deputy's Suicide Uncovers Cancer Lie

Deputy's Suicide Uncovers Cancer Lie

There are 15 comments on the 10tv.com story from Oct 9, 2009, titled Deputy's Suicide Uncovers Cancer Lie . In it, 10tv.com reports that:

The Marion County Sheriff said Wednesday that a deputy lied about having cancer before killing himself last week.

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Level 1

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#1 Oct 9, 2009
Well, he did die of a fatal disease. Mental illness. It is horrible that he would stoop so low as to fake cancer.
cajun

Broussard, LA

#2 Oct 9, 2009
low life.........
Jock Itch

United States

#3 Oct 9, 2009
Typical, LYING cop. Wouldn't give you a dirty litter box for any of these "public servant" pigs.
Maria Antonia Unplugged

Cleveland, GA

#4 Oct 9, 2009
Jock Itch wrote:
Typical, LYING cop. Wouldn't give you a dirty litter box for any of these "public servant" pigs.
Oh, cOMe on! Like all officers lie about having cancer! Clearly, this person had other issues.

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Level 4

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#5 Oct 9, 2009
What...no racial remarks condemning a whole race for the acts of one?

Oh wait, what color was the perp, that may explain the lack of racist remarks.
RalphNader

United States

#6 Oct 9, 2009
Would it surprise anyone to learn this top cop was honored with Deputy-of-the-year award.

REALITY CHECK;

Spend a few weeks perusing the deviant behavior of those who swore to serve and protect at Injustice Everywhere.

http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/

2,568 – Alleged victims of reported police misconduct.

2,854 – Law enforcement officers alleged to have engaged in misconduct.

207 – Law enforcement leaders (police chiefs or sheriffs) that were cited in those reports.

215 – Fatalities reported in connection with alleged instances of misconduct.

14.7 – Reported incidents of misconduct tracked per day on average or a report of misconduct every 98 minutes.

1 out of every 116.4 – Estimated number of officers who will be involved in a reported act of misconduct this year.

$128,306,406 – Reported costs in police misconduct related civil litigation, not counting legal fees or court costs.
Maria Antonia Unplugged

Cleveland, GA

#7 Oct 9, 2009
RalphNader wrote:
Would it surprise anyone to learn this top cop was honored with Deputy-of-the-year award.
REALITY CHECK;
Spend a few weeks perusing the deviant behavior of those who swore to serve and protect at Injustice Everywhere.
http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/
2,568 – Alleged victims of reported police misconduct.
2,854 – Law enforcement officers alleged to have engaged in misconduct.
207 – Law enforcement leaders (police chiefs or sheriffs) that were cited in those reports.
215 – Fatalities reported in connection with alleged instances of misconduct.
14.7 – Reported incidents of misconduct tracked per day on average or a report of misconduct every 98 minutes.
1 out of every 116.4 – Estimated number of officers who will be involved in a reported act of misconduct this year.
$128,306,406 – Reported costs in police misconduct related civil litigation, not counting legal fees or court costs.
Nothing SURPRISES me.........now let's see this breakdown by other occupations.

“Who likes shots & has 2 thumbs”

Level 1

Since: Jul 07

BOULDER

#8 Oct 9, 2009
I think this guy had mental issues people. I bet he never intended to get money...he was crying out for help by faking he had cancer and people tried to help monetarily. That was not what he needed and the end was inevitable.
My step father did the same thing, only lung cancer and we never tried to raise any money for him. We just listened about how much his bills were and how they drained this and he has to have this surgery..... we only listened. We did not hear him. He too took his own life too.
Ralph Nader

United States

#9 Oct 9, 2009
Maria Antonia Unplugged wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing SURPRISES me.........now let's see this breakdown by other occupations.
WAKE UP bimbo.

Other professions aren't empowered with the authority to deprive you of your life or freedom. We must demand 100 integrity from public servants who SWORE to serve and protect.

Google these killer cops; Josh Griffin, Tim Harris. Two scumbadges (of many) who used their uniform, badge and squads car to abduct, rape and kill women.

Tim Harris was a POS state trooper from central Florida patrolling my county. He was stalking women on I95 and found a cute brunette to pull over and kidnap. He strangled her with her panties after raping her. She ended up covered with debris in the median this super-pig would park and look for law breakers exceeding the speed limit. Like his mentor, serial killer Ted Bundy, he removed the door handle on the passenger door of his squad car to prevent his victims from escaping. Unlike Ted Bundy this "officer of the law" did not receive a well deserved appointment with the electric chair, and was permitted to get married while incarerated!!!

WHAT A GREAT COUNTRY of law and order we can boast about, huh.
The West Newton Kid

Boston, MA

#10 Oct 9, 2009
RalphNader wrote:
Would it surprise anyone to learn this top cop was honored with Deputy-of-the-year award.
REALITY CHECK;
Spend a few weeks perusing the deviant behavior of those who swore to serve and protect at Injustice Everywhere.
http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/
2,568 – Alleged victims of reported police misconduct.
2,854 – Law enforcement officers alleged to have engaged in misconduct.
207 – Law enforcement leaders (police chiefs or sheriffs) that were cited in those reports.
215 – Fatalities reported in connection with alleged instances of misconduct.
14.7 – Reported incidents of misconduct tracked per day on average or a report of misconduct every 98 minutes.
1 out of every 116.4 – Estimated number of officers who will be involved in a reported act of misconduct this year.
$128,306,406 – Reported costs in police misconduct related civil litigation, not counting legal fees or court costs.
Keep the factual info coming. I like the way that you think. Over here in Massachusetts, there is $80,000.00 worth of marijuana "missing" from the evidence room at the town of Dracut PD. But, somehow, no one has ever been charged in this crime. And, the police have not uttered a peep over it, in 6 plus years.

Let's face it foks, police corruption and wrongdoing is everywhere. But, I think that this may be a first for a cop faking that he had cancer, and then ending his own life instead of facing up to his sham.....
Walking 40oz er

Red Oak, TX

#12 Oct 9, 2009
Extreme self abuse.
Maria Antonia Unplugged

Cleveland, GA

#13 Oct 9, 2009
Ralph Nader wrote:
<quoted text>
WAKE UP bimbo.
Other professions aren't empowered with the authority to deprive you of your life or freedom. We must demand 100 integrity from public servants who SWORE to serve and protect.
Google these killer cops; Josh Griffin, Tim Harris. Two scumbadges (of many) who used their uniform, badge and squads car to abduct, rape and kill women.
Tim Harris was a POS state trooper from central Florida patrolling my county. He was stalking women on I95 and found a cute brunette to pull over and kidnap. He strangled her with her panties after raping her. She ended up covered with debris in the median this super-pig would park and look for law breakers exceeding the speed limit. Like his mentor, serial killer Ted Bundy, he removed the door handle on the passenger door of his squad car to prevent his victims from escaping. Unlike Ted Bundy this "officer of the law" did not receive a well deserved appointment with the electric chair, and was permitted to get married while incarerated!!!
WHAT A GREAT COUNTRY of law and order we can boast about, huh.
Well, aren't you a ball-less wonder!

What is your problem with women that you would call me a Bimbo because I don't agree with the information you vomited up which is entirely off topic? Related to Ted are you?

If you are expecting 100% integrity from humans, you might want to end it all right now to be with those who lived that type of life. Hmmmmmmm, they probably won't want YOU!
Cooper

Atlanta, GA

#14 Oct 9, 2009
Maria Antonia Unplugged wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, aren't you a ball-less wonder!
What is your problem with women that you would call me a Bimbo because I don't agree with the information you vomited up which is entirely off topic? Related to Ted are you?
If you are expecting 100% integrity from humans, you might want to end it all right now to be with those who lived that type of life. Hmmmmmmm, they probably won't want YOU!
Uh-oh. I know what comes after the capital letters. I'm outta here.....
shae

Dillon, SC

#15 Oct 9, 2009
when I had Cancer 2 other people told me they all of a sudden got Cancer, Found out latter they were makeing it all up to get attention they werent very popular but wanted to be, what a sad thing to do to get attention.
lucy naylor

Canada

#17 Jan 9, 2014
Sane people do NOT kill people, in my humble opinion. You have got to wonder about his childhood. Did something happen?

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