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Myrtle Beach Online

SC trooper goes on trial in crash case

Rep. Leon Howard and the Legislative Black Caucus of South Carolina have an agenda. Check their website and read their mission statement for yourself. Leon Howard has stereotyped SC State Troopers at every chance calling them a bunch of Cowboys. He states that all troopers think they have the authority to do the things they do. I assure you that is not the case. Stereotypes and generalizations are a form of discrimination and lead to racism and worse. But it's OK if you are a black elected official because THE MAN has been keeping you and your people down all of these years, so turn about is fair play. Right? It baffles me that many black people do not recognize their own racism. **** ! If you look at this videotape you will see where the suspect cuts in front of the trooper's car at the last second in an attempt to escape. The trooper does make a mistake by claiming to have tried to hit the suspect, but I doubt he meant it. Leon Howard's statement indicates the trooper has already been found guilty before the trial. Thanks for looking out for the good guys, you **** . If the Legislative Black Caucus of South Carolina had their way, law enforcement would only be able to target white criminals. Troopers would have to coddle dangerous criminals. Don't you think their jobs are tough enough without our elected officials trying to ruin their hard-earned reputations for political (black) gain? Vote these **** out of office.  (Sep 28, 2008 | post #1)

Myrtle Beach Online

Search for shooting suspect continues nationwide

Thanks, Old Jim 70. Some folks don't have a clue about the pain and loss caused by this situation. The young man that was lost is both the shooter and the shot. I can assure you, Mr. Leggette's days of freedom are coming to an end soon. Mr. Tisdale's family has my deepest condolences. Rest assured we WILL find your son's murderer!  (Aug 21, 2008 | post #3)

Myrtle Beach Online

Fort Bragg soldier found dead

I apologize to the rest of the members of this online community for my language. I should not let hateful individuals bring me down to their level. I will try to not let that happen again.  (Aug 19, 2008 | post #11)

Myrtle Beach Online

Prosecutor: No wrongdoing with DUI tickets

The unfortunate fact is that many DUI cases get pled down. The DUI law we have, to include the new "get tougher" law, is made by lawyers who have a vested (monetary) interest in making money off of the process. This law, one of the weakest in the country, is not made by people who are seriously concerned with the public's safety. Compare the SC DUI law to some of the states that are making a difference with their DUI laws and you will see for yourself. I have lost a close loved one to DUI and know the pain and anger towards someone who kills another beacause they CHOOSE to drive drunk. If I walked into the mall with a loaded gun, waved it around but did not shoot anyone, should not I be charged with and convicted of a serious crime? It is the same thing when someone CHOOSES to get behind the wheel when they are impaired and put the public at risk of being injured or killed. Loaded gun, 5000 pound car. When is SC going to stop playing politics with peoples' lives?  (Jul 30, 2008 | post #3)

Myrtle Beach Online

Four people arrested with nearly 15 pounds of marijuana

There are many violent criminal acts associated with the illegal marijuana industry. Most of our weed comes from Mexico where the drug cartels are ruthlessly murdering, kidnapping and torturing many people. That violence has spread throughout or own country, and we will see more of it in Hometown USA as it continues to spread. The marijuana that is grown in the good ol' USA for domestic consumption is manufactured in a violence-filled environment. The clandestine fields and grow houses are often booby trapped and protected by armed security that will **** you if you interfere with their money making enterprise. Many of these local killings that we are experiencing are drug related (duh...), but you would probably be surprised how many of them are involved in the "harmless " marijauna trade. If you are under the assumption that marijuana is a victimless drug, you are not in tune with reality. Or you are riding on a little boat down a river in Egypt called Denial.  (Jul 26, 2008 | post #31)

Myrtle Beach Online

Five juveniles arrested, charged in area thefts

So let me see if I have got this right. 15 year olds get caught breaking into some cars and they should go to prison? Or get their hands chopped off? Or how about executed??? I agree they should be held accountable, as should their parents. But should doors be shut to them because they screwed up? So they make mistakes as kids (like most of us), but should their futures be limited because of their transgressions? I'm glad that most of the people making these posts have never broken the law or done something stupid as a kid. But you need to think about the ramifications of incarceration. Do we want to ENcourage our misguided youth to become productive members of society, or DIScourage them into becoming the REAL criminals that will continue to put a drain on our limited resources? I agree that they should not be coddled, but put it into perspective. And keep in mind that there is still hope for them as long as we can ENcourage them.  (Jul 21, 2008 | post #19)

Myrtle Beach Online

First day on the job goes awry for youth

I am saddened by the majority of comments posted here that focus this crime and the rest of our issues on race. We are all one people, given our own circumstances and life experiences. There are good white and black people, and bad black and white people. For me to fumble for the words to try express how I see the world is pretty feeble, but what I’m trying to say is this: If the first thing you focus on is the race, then you have a problem. Every person is an individual. Rhonda has the right idea. And I feel for her and those in her situation. Rhonda- Don’t give up hope. There are good people out there. Black, white, brown, and many other colors. My son (white) was murdered by a black man. I do not judge all black people based on the actions of a few. I know and love good black folks, and I know and love some good white folks. My current job puts me in the front lines of dealing with all segments of our society on a daily basis. I treat ALL with dignity and respect unless given the reason to do otherwise. The job I had in the Army for 21 years taught me that we are ALL one people and there is good and bad in ALL of us. Life is all about choices. If this young black man chose to throw an explosive device on this young white man, that choice will have brought sadness and pain on ALL parties involved, black and white. To quote a great man:“I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together.” I am still a soldier. A soldier who tries to do the right thing-always  (Jul 15, 2008 | post #74)

Myrtle Beach Online

Man charged with throwing explosive in teen's vehicle

I am saddened by the majority of comments posted here that focus this crime and the rest of our issues on race. We are all one people, given our own circumstances and life experiences. There are good white and black people, and bad black and white people. For me to fumble for the words to try express how I see the world is pretty feeble, but what I’m trying to say is this: If the first thing you focus on is the race, then you have a problem. Every person is an individual. Rhonda has the right idea. And I feel for her and those in her situation. Rhonda- Don’t give up hope. There are good people out there. Black, white, brown, and many other colors. My son (white) was murdered by a black man. I do not judge all black people based on the actions of a few. I know and love good black folks, and I know and love some good white folks. My current job puts me in the front lines of dealing with all segments of our society on a daily basis. I treat ALL with dignity and respect unless given the reason to do otherwise. The job I had in the Army for 21 years taught me that we are ALL one people and there is good and bad in ALL of us. Life is all about choices. If this young black man chose to throw an explosive device on this young white man, that choice will have brought sadness and pain on ALL parties involved, black and white. To quote a great man:“I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together.” I am still a soldier. A soldier who tries to do the right thing-always  (Jul 15, 2008 | post #249)

Myrtle Beach Online

Man charged with throwing fireworks in car

Thank God you are not employed in law enforcement since your prior military experience. The same Constitution we both fought and bled to protect says that our citizens are innocent UNTIL proven guilty. I'm all for swift justice, but not at the expense of human rights. THAT is what puts us above the terrorists we are currently at war with. When we start compromising our basic principles in the name of "Justice ", we admit to the enemy that we have been defeated. They can not stand the fact that we give our most heinously accused ALL of the rights that everyone one of our citizens are allowed. Your comment to "Shoot him on sight" was a natural response, it was not a very American response. I am not calling you unAmerican, I am merely trying to remind you of the great counrty we both sacrificed for that upholds individual's rights, and how our country IS better than any other because we DO value our citizens' rights.  (Jul 15, 2008 | post #95)

Myrtle Beach Online

Man charged with throwing fireworks in car

I am saddened by the majority of comments posted here that focus this crime and the rest of our issues on race. We are all one people, given our own circumstances and life experiences. There are good white and black people, and bad black and white people. For me to fumble for the words to try express how I see the world is pretty feeble, but what I’m trying to say is this: If the first thing you focus on is the race, then you have a problem. Every person is an individual. Rhonda has the right idea. And I feel for her and those in her situation. Rhonda- Don’t give up hope. There are good people out there. Black, white, brown, and many other colors. My son (white) was murdered by a black man. I do not judge all black people based on the actions of a few. I know and love good black folks, and I know and love some good white folks. My current job puts me in the front lines of dealing with all segments of our society on a daily basis. I treat ALL with dignity and respect unless given the reason to do otherwise. The job I had in the Army for 21 years taught me that we are ALL one people and there is good and bad in ALL of us. Life is all about choices. If this young black man chose to throw an explosive device on this young white man, that choice will have brought sadness and pain on ALL parties involved, black and white. To quote a great man: “I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together.” I am still a soldier. A soldier who tries to do the right thing-always.  (Jul 15, 2008 | post #93)

Myrtle Beach Online

Former Marine served community

God bless Louie Sauceda Jr. and his family. We need more people like him here, but the Lord needed him more. I hope others are inspired by this man who only wanted to give, give, give.  (Jul 13, 2008 | post #5)