#807 Aug 22, 2013
HE HATE ME - WINNING!
#808 Aug 22, 2013
Phantom Hell Rider, who snatched your balls from you is waiting on you.
You're scared of him - LOSING!!!!
#809 Aug 22, 2013
And he's still scared and on the run.
#810 Aug 22, 2013
Why are you LMFAO'ing ?
He's destroying you. Laying you to waste. And you laugh like a mental patient ?
#811 Aug 22, 2013
You post like a mental patient. Your Xanax didn't kick in yet?
Delusions of grandeur.
You took the bait again,
You switched over to your AOL account,
The only one you're fooling is yourself, KKKrap Slop.
Phantom Hell Rider is waiting on you to get your balls back, or are you TOO SCARED to answer him?
#813 Aug 22, 2013
Owning you 24/7 on Topix.
#815 Aug 23, 2013
You get punked and outed 24 / 7 on Topix because that's where all your time is spent.
#816 Aug 23, 2013
Have you counted your post today?
Did you enjoy TODAYS DOWNPLAYED SAVAGES? I DID
#817 Aug 23, 2013
Another self affirmation of a weak, insecure and pathetic chimpout.
Phantom Hell Rider is waiting for you, watch out.
#818 Aug 23, 2013
Yes, your display today is like yesterdays and the day before that, seek help, go hold ZCs hand.
#819 Aug 23, 2013
Weak. ZC's is not on here and has nothing to do with this, it's me and you punk.
Stop wrist flicking by hiding behind ZC's.
You got punked again.
Phantom Hell Rider says he dares you to go to him and take the balls back he snatched from you, you yellow coward.
#821 Aug 27, 2013
Krap slop's hillbilly kin,does it again
NEW YORK -- An Israeli who helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm during his 2010 campaign has been arrested in New York on immigration fraud charges.
Businessman Ofer Biton was arraigned Friday at a federal court in Brooklyn on charges that he lied about his finances when he applied two years ago for a special visa available to foreigners who invest $500,000 or more in a U.S. business.
His lawyer, Jeffrey Udell, declined to comment.
The arrest comes amid an ongoing FBI probe of money donated to Grimm's campaign by followers of an Israeli rabbi, Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto.
Biton was formerly a top aide to Pinto, who also has headquarters and a residence in New York. During Grimm's 2010 run, Biton acted as the chief liaison between the Staten Island Republican and potential donors in Pinto's congregation.
Some donors have since said that they broke campaign finance law by donating more money than allowed, or by funneling donations from foreigners who aren't legally allowed to give to U.S. candidates.
The criminal complaint against Biton, which was unsealed Friday, doesn't mention his campaign activities.
An FBI agent accused Biton in the complaint of lying on his immigration application about the source of money he was investing in an attempt to get a U.S. visa for foreign entrepreneurs.
The application said the bulk of the money,$400,000, was a personal loan from a family friend. But the FBI said it had witnesses and bank records showing that the money actually came from a "coconspirator," not named in the complaint, who funneled the money through an accomplice to hide where it came from.
#822 Aug 27, 2013
Krap slop's nasty kin, does it again!
A mom who was allegedly caught rubbing feces on her baby’s face has been arrested in Pennsylvania.
Lauren Buzard now faces charges of aggravated assault and reckless endangerment of a child after she used his feces to make him ill.
Her actions were caught on surveillance cameras that had been placed in the 6-month-old boy’s room at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, according to WPXI.com .
WPXI.com reports that the cameras had recorded Buzard retrieving dirty linen out of the hamper, smearing the pad on the diaper and smearing something on the child’s nasal feeding tube.
She also allegedly smeared waste on the baby’s face and told investigators he had vomited.
Doctors believe that Buzard has been actively harming her child in order to “gain the benefit of exhaustive medical evaluation and attention,’ WPXI.com reports.
Doctors had put the cameras in the boy’s room, concerned that the woman might be doing something to make him sick, since he had been brought to the hospital several times.
#823 Sep 3, 2013
Krap Slop's kin, goes on a RAMPAGE AGAIN!!!
An MTA electrician who worked out of a storage yard in Richmond Hill allegedly caused more than half a million dollars’ worth of damage across the Nassau County border early Tuesday when he tore through the town of Elmont, L.I, in a stolen boom truck, leaving a path of downed utility poles, trees and traffic signs in his wake, police said.
The pre-dawn rampage began when Joel Grasman, 51, absconded with a 2013 Mack boom truck loaded with welding equipment around 4 a.m. from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority yard at Jamaica Avenue and 129th Street, Nassau police said.
Grasman then drove the truck about a dozen miles to his home in Elmont, where he unloaded the stolen equipment, police said.
What happened next, authorities said, was Grasman drove the truck from his house with the boom in the upright position, traveling a few blocks before turning south on Meacham Avenue, where he left a warpath of crooked utility poles and dangling power lines stretching about a mile long.
“While [Grasman was] driving, the boom struck multiple telephone poles, traffic signal lights, utility wires and trees causing damage and interruption to various utilities, including LIPA services, Verizon services and Optimum services, causing in excess of $500,000 damage,” police said.
A spokesman for the Long Island Power Authority said Grasman took out about 15 utility poles as the truck’s boom ensnared the overhead wires.
“It’s not so much the truck hitting the pole, but when the bucket was up and it hit wires, as the wires come down the pole comes down with it if the wire doesn’t snap,” spokesman Mark Gross said.“We had about 60 sections of wire come down and dozens of service lines — the lines going from the pole to the customer’s house. In some cases, we saw meters were ripped right off the house.”
Gross said about 6,100 customers had their power knocked out as a result of the damage, and it took around 100 workers to restore most of the power by late Tuesday night, except for a few homes that were so damaged power could not be hooked up.
#824 Sep 3, 2013
kRAp Slop's kin, goes on a savage rampage again!!
Police are searching for an armed Florida man who allegedly shot at an officer last Thursday.
Allegedly Gary Sarback, 60, from Lake Worth, Fla. tried to remove a pocketbook from a woman near LaGuardia Airport around 4 p.m. on Aug. 22 then fled.
Police ran the license plates and discovered the black Ford had been stolen from West Palm Beach. The truck’s owner said there was .38 caliber revolver in the vehicle.
Around 9 p.m. police saw the pickup wanted in the robbery earlier that day moving southbound on Crescent Street in the vicinity of Broadway.
They allegedly attempted to pull Sarback over. Shots were fired, police said, and one of the officers was struck by the vehicle as it fled.
Both cops were taken to Cornell Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries where they were treated and released.
The abandoned vehicle was later found on 24th Street, in the vicinity of 37th Avenue. Sarback was identified as the suspect when a canvas of the area turned up a cell phone.
#825 Sep 3, 2013
Krap Slop's hillbilly kin, goes savage again!!
TRAVELERS REST, SC (FOX Carolina)-
A woman and her boyfriend have been charged with stealing cash and other items while babysitting, according to Travelers Rest police.
Paige Holly, 25, and Jason Duckett, 24, were both charged with grand larceny, according to police. Duckett was also charged with forgery, as well as held on a shoplifting charge from the Greenville County Sheriff's Office.
Holly was hired to babysit two young children for two days while the parents went on vacation, according to police.
When the parents arrived home after their vacation, they noticed money missing from hiding spots around the house, including a piggy bank, they said.
The victims first became suspicious when they found McDonald's wrappers around the house when they told Holly they wanted the kids to eat healthy, they said in the police report. After that, the victims noticed a dent in the dryer door and money missing from a green clear plastic piggy bank, the report stated.
The victims then looked around the house and found more money and other items missing from different locations, according to the report.
Checks were also reportedly stolen and attempted to be cashed by Duckett, according to police.
FOX Carolina spoke with the father, who wants to remain anonymous. He said that Holly had babysat for his two small children before and that she had been referred from a friend as being trustworthy.
"We feel absolutely betrayed. We feel like we've lost a tremendous amount of trust in people in general as a result of this, which is a very sad and sickening feeling to have," the father said.
He said that of his checks that were missing, one had already been cashed, written to "Jason Duckett." He said Bank of Travelers Rest stopped Duckett before he could cash any more checks.
Police said cash, power tools and jewelry were taken from the house.
#826 Sep 3, 2013
Krap slop's hillbilly kin, goes savage again!
President Barack Obama has praised as "remarkable" the actions of an Atlanta-area school bookkeeper who calmly persuaded a gunman to surrender during a frightening standoff and shooting this week.
Obama phoned bookkeeper Antoinette Tuff to commend her as she prepared for a television interview on Thursday, and then said in an interview that aired Friday that he was impressed with the way that she handled herself Tuesday.
"When I heard the 911 call and, you know, read the sequence of events, I thought, here's somebody who's not just courage and not just cool under pressure, but also had enough heart that somehow she could convince somebody that was really troubled that she cared about them," the president told CNN's Chris Cuomo. "And, you know, I told her, I said, that not only did she make Michelle and me proud, but she probably saved a lot of lives, including the life of the potential perpetrator."
Tuff had said she was thrilled to receive Obama's call and would like to meet him, and the president indicated that an invitation to the White House might be in the works.
"I think we might have to have her maybe make a visit to the White House," Obama said.
Obama's remarks came a few days after police say Tuff helped persuade Michael Brandon Hill, 20, to surrender following a standoff and shooting Tuesday at Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur, a suburb east of Atlanta.
Police and school officials said that Tuff helped avert a tragedy with her quick thinking and calm and understanding demeanor after she was taken captive by Hill, who has a history of mental health issues. He went to the school armed with an AK 47-style rifle and nearly 500 rounds of ammunition, police said.
#827 Sep 3, 2013
KRAP Slop's savage kin, kills AGAIN!!!
KNOTTS ISLAND, N.C.- Police in North Carolina have arrested 16-year-old Rebecca Blackmore, who is accused of stabbing her newborn baby girl to death.
The Currituck County teenager is being held on $500,000 bond on a charge of first-degree murder.
Currituck County Sheriff Susan Johnson says the incident happened on June 17. Blackmore was admitted to the emergency room at Chesapeake General Hospital in Virginia, saying she had given birth and that the child had died.
Currituck deputies found the baby's body in a closet at Blackmore's Knotts Island home.
Johnson says an autopsy completed Monday showed that stab wounds caused the newborn's death.
The court clerk's office says Blackmore next court appearance is scheduled for July 6.
#828 Sep 3, 2013
kRAP Slop's kin, goes savage and kills AGAIN!!
Prosecutors announced during a brief proceeding that they will be indicting Maxwell Sherman in the murder of 18-year-old Lauren Daverin. Daverin’s body was found on a footbridge in Rockville Centre on August 22.
Sherman, 18 of Long Beach, was accused of the murder last week and indicted by a grand jury on Friday. Nassau County prosecutors have not revealed the specific charges against Sherman, but according to Newsday, he will be facing second-degree murder charges.
Daverin, who was from Lynbrook, was found on the Mill Pond footbridge between Merrick Road and Sunrise Highway. Local residents say the footbridge is a popular hang-out spot for teenagers. Daverin was pronounced dead on the scene by paramedics, and it was later revealed that she was strangled to death.
During a proceeding in Mineola, Assistant District Attorney Everett Witherell told District Court Judge Francis Ricigliano in Mineola that an indictment had been secured. Since he is accused of a felony, Sherman’s arraignment will be held in County Court.
Sherman’s attorney, William Petrillo, stated that the indictment was expected. Sherman attended the proceeding in handcuffs.
“A grand jury indictment in a situation like this doesn't come very much as a surprise. There's a very low burden of proof in the grand jury in order to obtain an indictment," Petrillo said in an interview with Newsday.
Police have not stated a possible motive for the killing. Nor have they stated what the relationship was between Sherman and Daverin, who was married.
The day before he was arrested, Sherman was interviewed by reporters from CBS News. He admitted that he was with a group of friends near the murder scene on the night that Daverin was killed.
“I met her for like five minutes,” he told the reporter.“It’s right in the middle of town,[I’m] surprised.”
Sherman is being held without bail.
#829 Sep 3, 2013
Krap Slop's kin goes savage and gets his.
An inmate who escaped from an Iowa prison was shot dead by 71-year-old homeowner on Tuesday after a four-hour hostage ordeal, according to local media reports.
The escaped convict, Rodney Long, had eluded officers trying to track him down for four days before he broke into the Bedford home of Jerome Mauderly, a retired prison guard, and his wife Carolyn Mauderly at about 10:15 p.m. on Monday night, according to the Daily Iowegian.
Long disabled the phones in the Mauderlys' small one-story home in a rural area next to cornfields, and was suspected of trying to gather supplies to help in his escape, the Des Moines Register reported.
But after four hours as a hostage Jerome Mauderly had had enough and retrieved his shotgun, police said.
“As the situation wore on, a decision was made by the Mauderlys that they were going to defend themselves,” the state's lead investigator Mitch Mortvedt told reporters at a Tuesday news conference, the Register reported.
Mauderly shot Long once, officials said. No one else was seriously injured in the shooting.
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