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Riverhead, NY

Son Beaten by Riverhead Jail Sargent

Lord knows your dirtbag drug addict son would never tell a lie or make up a story. I'm sure he would be such an honest, innocent boy who did nothing wrong in the jail to deserve anything. You and your son are useless to society, except for job security in law enforcement.  (Jan 18, 2014 | post #150)

Riverhead, NY

Son Beaten by Riverhead Jail Sargent

My point exactly. Irrelevant posting to the topic.  (Dec 10, 2011 | post #95)

Riverhead, NY

Son Beaten by Riverhead Jail Sargent

Who cares about your life story? Wah wah wah, you even sound like an inmate. Who comes on a public forum to spout there self obsessed "hard knock life" story and gives personal info about what they do and kids and who they work with? Who cares what you do? "Just be yourself" is bad advice for people like you, because frankly, you suck. Go to church? How about go take care of your kids so the jail isn't going to be a revolving door for them? He'll be back, again and again, they don't learn or change, because he's got a parent that begs for sympathy about how hard it is and attention from invisible, meaningless Internet posts. When people don't agree, you post irrelevant retorts that are completely off the topic and wahhhhhhhh!  (Dec 9, 2011 | post #93)

Riverhead, NY

Son Beaten by Riverhead Jail Sargent

Actually, it is exactly like a pound, except that no one wants to bring any of these mutts into their home. At least animals won't steal your credit card, rape a child, rob a bank, invade your home, or get behind the wheel while intoxicated and kill one of your loved ones, and when they show up to the jail, they show no remorse for what they have done. Instead of being upset they mowed some kid down in the street in front of their family, they are worried that their cell isn't close enough to the tv. People make mistakes, and there are a handful of regular people who made a poor decision, but they are responsible for their own actions. If they want to be confrontational and be non-compliant in the facility, they are making just more bad decisions. Sometimes there are consequences, sometimes they get away with it. You speak about the jail like you know what it's all about, but it's apparent that you have your own problems with law enforcement, as to how you speak of officers. Take responsibility for your mistakes and don't cry that your rights are being violated when appropriate action is taken. The mutts have more rights in there than the officers. Plus they get tax payed medications, dental work, and all the other perks of being there at no cost to them. It's really not a bad deal.  (Dec 6, 2011 | post #89)