Oklahoma Spring Water, The Secret To ...

Oklahoma Spring Water, The Secret To Living Longer?

There are 2 comments on the News9 Oklahoma City story from May 8, 2012, titled Oklahoma Spring Water, The Secret To Living Longer?. In it, News9 Oklahoma City reports that:

Water. Refreshing. Cool. Clean. But could this thirst quencher also be the best medicine for what ails us? Nestled in the heart of Arbuckle country lies Sulphur, Oklahoma and its Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

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Concerned Citizen

Sulphur, OK

#1 Jun 26, 2012
As a resident of Murray County and a tax payer that pays the local sheriffs and police department’s salary, I say we hold them accountable for their actions. Just a couple of weeks ago in the Sulphur Times Democrat a deputy stated that he caught a suspect inside their house doing something illegal by looking through the shades. Is this really how we want to live in this county, a local law enforcement officer suspects someone of something and they have the right to go looking through windows. I have young kids and personal do not trust or am I willing to trust their judgment on what they think they should be looking at when illegally looking in through windows on private property that I pay taxes on which in turn pay their salaries. I say that as citizens and taxpayers we should as a community go and look through our local law enforcement officer’s windows to ensure that as our employees they also are doing the right thing while off duty and in their residence. Since they stated in the local newspaper that it is alright to go and look in someone’s windows because they are suspected of doing something there should be no repercussion’s in doing so on the law enforcement officers of Sulphur and Murray County, because everybody knows most of them and would have legitimate suspicions of them doing illegal activities inside their home.

Since: Jul 11

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#2 Jun 27, 2012
Concerned Citizen wrote:
As a resident of Murray County and a tax payer that pays the local sheriffs and police department’s salary, I say we hold them accountable for their actions. Just a couple of weeks ago in the Sulphur Times Democrat a deputy stated that he caught a suspect inside their house doing something illegal by looking through the shades. Is this really how we want to live in this county, a local law enforcement officer suspects someone of something and they have the right to go looking through windows. I have young kids and personal do not trust or am I willing to trust their judgment on what they think they should be looking at when illegally looking in through windows on private property that I pay taxes on which in turn pay their salaries. I say that as citizens and taxpayers we should as a community go and look through our local law enforcement officer’s windows to ensure that as our employees they also are doing the right thing while off duty and in their residence. Since they stated in the local newspaper that it is alright to go and look in someone’s windows because they are suspected of doing something there should be no repercussion’s in doing so on the law enforcement officers of Sulphur and Murray County, because everybody knows most of them and would have legitimate suspicions of them doing illegal activities inside their home.
You are right,but your posting on the wrong forum. This one is about water.

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