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Thief steals donation jar meant for sick children from Ma...

He's probably in shock as the Pioneer press NEVER states the race of a criminal. Unless it's a whte guy.  (May 26, 2011 | post #68)

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Authorities lock down two St. Paul schools as they track ...

Funny, when I read the story, I didn't see anything in there about the duplex ownership or where a possible owner might live. Is that what you saw? Do you often see things that aren't there? Do you see dead people?  (May 25, 2011 | post #10)

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Joe Soucheray: Judgment Day - for the Catholic Church

Well, if it isn't the little pest again. Perhaps YOU might have been one of those "chosen few" who got bent over the edge of a desk for a better math grade? No one, not even Joe, would include you in their group.  (May 22, 2011 | post #33)

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Joe Soucheray: Judgment Day - for the Catholic Church

Good job Joe. Perhaps you did open a can of worms but such is what is necessary, especially with the abuse of children. Don't be surprised if now you get the teasing jerk-back treatment with the communion host. I'm still checking those bridge bolts.  (May 22, 2011 | post #7)

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Mothers of U.S. hikers held in Iran begin hunger strike

The Star-Tribune has an article about these dingbats along with a photo of the moms. Just looking that their moms gives one a good idea why these kids grew up to be America hating misfits. By the looks of moms Nora Shourd and Cindy Hickey they could stand a nice long hunger strike.  (May 19, 2011 | post #15)

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Mothers of U.S. hikers held in Iran begin hunger strike

I followed that link you posted and I agree with you that we have yet another "Sarah" (remember Our Little terrorist?) in our midst who has decided that the wonderful country she was born and raised in is **** . Of course, once her unwashed hinder was locked up in some craphole Iranian she just couldn't wait to get back to America. 3 idiots wandering along the Iranian border, just out for a little hike. Yeah, right.  (May 19, 2011 | post #12)

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Five bank robbery convictions are only part of St. Paul w...

"In a Pioneer Press story about the assault, an investigator said the stab wounds were the least of her problems. "Her real problem is brain damage," said Homicide Sgt. Walter Johnson at the time. "None of her stab wounds are really fatal." " "Really fatal"??? Is there something close to a fatal wound that we should avoid? The article sated "Matthew was bludgeoned about the head with a piece of pavement and stabbed 11 times in the chest and neck. A two-inch piece of knife broke off in her neck." How much more does it take?  (May 19, 2011 | post #2)

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St. Paul: City, K-9 bite victim settle for $43,500

Like the person before me said, K-9 dogs are not "trained killers", or as you stated "trainer killers". if they were killing their trainers on a regular basis, not too many people would sign on for that job I imagine. These dags are extremely capable of doing the job they are trained for, running down a suspect, grabbing onto their arm and holding fast. They will not release until commanded to. Bad guys detest these beautiful animals because they can outrun even the swiftest thief/thug/shooter . These dogs are the best of the best and risk their lives every day for your hind end. You should be grateful.  (May 11, 2011 | post #59)

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St. Paul: City, K-9 bite victim settle for $43,500

"Fossum urged witnesses to call 911 if they see people fighting on the street." Just look for a hooded Hispanic bleeding from a large hole in his *ss. Semper fi  (May 11, 2011 | post #51)

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St. Paul: City, K-9 bite victim settle for $43,500

From the newspaper that actually reports news... Uptown robbers target the wrong guy Updated: May 11, 2011 - 10:46 AM The robbers jumped a 61-year-old ex-Marine, but he was armed and managed to fire several shots The Uptown robbers struck again Tuesday night, only this time their victim was armed, police say. Edward Curtis, 61, who described himself to police as an ex-Marine, fired several shots at a group of men who attacked him as he got out of his car near his apartment, according to police records. Curtis thinks he may have struck one of the men, said Minneapolis Police Lt. Mike Fossum. "He had just parked his car in the parking lot," said Fossum. "These guys blitzed him. They just started kicking his **** . He managed to get off three rounds." The suspects, one a heavyset Hispanic man and another a thinner Hispanic man, ran off but may have been injured, police said. Their description and M.O. match that of three other violent robberies that took place in the past few days, all of them within a few blocks of each other in Uptown. The latest attack took place Tuesday at 9:43 p.m. in the 2500 block of Pillsbury Av. S., just a few blocks to the north and east of the other incidents. "These are just brazen, cowardly attacks," said Fossum. The robberies appear very similar to a rash of robberies in Dinkytown starting in late February. Fossum said it's possible same group is responsible for those cases as well. Fossum urged witnesses to call 911 if they see people fighting on the street. MATT MCKINNEY  (May 11, 2011 | post #50)

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St. Paul: City, K-9 bite victim settle for $43,500

Got caught peeking in windows again did ya? Creep.  (May 11, 2011 | post #49)

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St. Paul: City, K-9 bite victim settle for $43,500

This highley trained dog probably mistook him for a crackhead meth dealin' how pimpin' street thug. Maybe if the cops didn't have to spend so much of their time and effort chasing after idiots they wouldn't have to cut corners.  (May 11, 2011 | post #48)