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Shively officer indicted on child abuse, assault charges

Just another nut on the police force here in good ole backarsward Louisville.  (Jan 11, 2008 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

Rockefellers "Joked" About Controlling The World

Elitist sons would carve up the planet into different thiefdoms, "something really behind the joke," admits biographer Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet Tuesday, December 18, 2007 The elitist Rockefeller sons would sometimes "joke" about which parts of the world they would each control according to biographer Peter Collier, carving the world up into different thiefdoms. Collier's admission that there was "something really behind the joke" is an understatement considering the revelations of the late Aaron Russo about what Nicholas Rockefeller told him. http://www.prisonp lanet.com/articles /december2007/1218 07_rockefellers_jo ked.htm  (Dec 19, 2007 | post #1)

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The count of monte cristo:

The count of monte cristo: (French: Le Comte de Monte-Cristo) is an adventure novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It is often considered, along with The Three Musketeers, as Dumas' most popular work. The writing of the work was completed in 1844. Like many of his novels, it is expanded from the plot outlines suggested by his collaborating ghostwriter Auguste Maquet. The story takes place in France, Italy, islands in the Mediterranean and the Levant during the historical events of 1815–1838 (from just before the Hundred Days through the reign of Louis-Philippe of France). The historical setting is a fundamental element of the book. It is primarily concerned with themes of justice, vengeance, mercy, and forgiveness, and is told in the style of an adventure story. Dumas got the idea for The Count of Monte Cristo from a true story, which he found in a memoir written by a man named Jacques Peuchet. Peuchet related the story of a shoemaker named Pierre Picaud, who was living in Paris in 1807. Picaud was engaged to marry a rich woman, but four jealous friends falsely accused him of being a spy for England. He was imprisoned for seven years. During his imprisonment a dying fellow prisoner bequeathed him a treasure hidden in Milan. When Picaud was released in 1814, he took possession of the treasure, returned under another name to Paris and spent ten years plotting his successful revenge against his former friends. The plot of this tale of revenge turns on a acient French legal gizmo called (lettre de cachet) literally meaning, a letter of hiding. The United States as of 2006 are now using this very same legal devise,that have been utterly discredited and centuries thrown on a shelf. This is not about illegal aliens or foriegn residents-this applys to the citizens of the United States of America. At any moment, the President can-without any evidense, and without following any rules of procedures declare any of us to be a danger,"enemy combatments", a discription for which no legal definition excists. Here is a name I'm sure you all have heard "Jose Paddilla", This American citizen was approaching his 5th year in prison by 2006. His first 21 months, he was NOT informed of the charges against him. The Federal Government who held him in their custody elected to ignore the Habeas Corpus guarentees that are in place in this country when we were British subjects. With Congress passing the Bush screw America and its principles "Military Commisions Act", Congress codified that very practice and tossing a 1000 years of Anglo-Saxon criminal jurisprudense out the window. God Bless the U.S.A. (sigh) Because not many of us were helping Ole Bin Laden in Afghanistan this may not cause any of your panties to get in a wad. "To those who scare pease-loving people with phantoms of lost Liberties. My message is this: Your tactics only aid terrorist; for they erode our national unity and diminish our resolve. They give ammunition to America's enemies, and pause to America's friends." Attourny General John Ashcroft, December 5th, 2001 Having knowledge of what was quoted above, any one who mentions lost liberties is considered by George Bush's Attourney General to be guilty of helping terrorist. As the law was written and signed by Bush anyone can be deprived of Heabus Corpus protections by being held in prison without access to a lawyer, without the right to confront their accusers, without the right to a trial and last but not least without even knowing the charges that are against you. God Bless America The entire process is closed, secret,not open to the public's view. This reminds me of the Star Chamber court, abolished in England in 1641. Freedom my friends has literally been catapolted backwards centuries. The law proffesors of today will tell you that nothing like this has been known in the west since before King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.  (Nov 1, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

Jerk of the forums

lol  (Nov 1, 2007 | post #11)

Louisville, KY

The count of monte cristo:

The count of monte cristo: (French: Le Comte de Monte-Cristo) is an adventure novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It is often considered, along with The Three Musketeers, as Dumas' most popular work. The writing of the work was completed in 1844. Like many of his novels, it is expanded from the plot outlines suggested by his collaborating ghostwriter Auguste Maquet. The story takes place in France, Italy, islands in the Mediterranean and the Levant during the historical events of 1815–1838 (from just before the Hundred Days through the reign of Louis-Philippe of France). The historical setting is a fundamental element of the book. It is primarily concerned with themes of justice, vengeance, mercy, and forgiveness, and is told in the style of an adventure story. Dumas got the idea for The Count of Monte Cristo from a true story, which he found in a memoir written by a man named Jacques Peuchet. Peuchet related the story of a shoemaker named Pierre Picaud, who was living in Paris in 1807. Picaud was engaged to marry a rich woman, but four jealous friends falsely accused him of being a spy for England. He was imprisoned for seven years. During his imprisonment a dying fellow prisoner bequeathed him a treasure hidden in Milan. When Picaud was released in 1814, he took possession of the treasure, returned under another name to Paris and spent ten years plotting his successful revenge against his former friends. The plot of this tale of revenge turns on a acient French legal gizmo called (lettre de cachet) literally meaning, a letter of hiding. The United States as of 2006 are now using this very same legal devise,that have been utterly discredited and centuries thrown on a shelf. This is not about illegal aliens or foriegn residents-this applys to the citizens of the United States of America. At any moment, the President can-without any evidense, and without following any rules of procedures declare any of us to be a danger,"enemy combatments", a discription for which no legal definition excists. Here is a name I'm sure you all have heard "Jose Paddilla", This American citizen was approaching his 5th year in prison by 2006. His first 21 months, he was NOT informed of the charges against him. The Federal Government who held him in their custody elected to ignore the Habeas Corpus guarentees that are in place in this country when we were British subjects. With Congress passing the Bush screw America and its principles "Military Commisions Act", Congress codified that very practice and tossing a 1000 years of Anglo-Saxon criminal jurisprudense out the window. God Bless the U.S.A. (sigh) Because not many of us were helping Ole Bin Laden in Afghanistan this may not cause any of your panties to get in a wad. "To those who scare pease-loving people with phantoms of lost Liberties. My message is this: Your tactics only aid terrorist; for they erode our national unity and diminish our resolve. They give ammunition to America's enemies, and pause to America's friends." Attourny General John Ashcroft, December 5th, 2001 Having knowledge of what was quoted above, any one who mentions lost liberties is considered by George Bush's Attourney General to be guilty of helping terrorist. As the law was written and signed by Bush anyone can be deprived of Heabus Corpus protections by being held in prison without access to a lawyer, without the right to confront their accusers, without the right to a trial and last but not least without even knowing the charges that are against you. God Bless America The entire process is closed, secret,not open to the public's view. This reminds me of the Star Chamber court, abolished in England in 1641. Freedom my friends has literally been catapolted backwards centuries. The law proffesors of today will tell you that nothing like this has been known in the west since before King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.  (Nov 1, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

The count of monte cristo:

The count of monte cristo: (French: Le Comte de Monte-Cristo) is an adventure novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It is often considered, along with The Three Musketeers, as Dumas' most popular work. The writing of the work was completed in 1844. Like many of his novels, it is expanded from the plot outlines suggested by his collaborating ghostwriter Auguste Maquet. The story takes place in France, Italy, islands in the Mediterranean and the Levant during the historical events of 1815–1838 (from just before the Hundred Days through the reign of Louis-Philippe of France). The historical setting is a fundamental element of the book. It is primarily concerned with themes of justice, vengeance, mercy, and forgiveness, and is told in the style of an adventure story. Dumas got the idea for The Count of Monte Cristo from a true story, which he found in a memoir written by a man named Jacques Peuchet. Peuchet related the story of a shoemaker named Pierre Picaud, who was living in Paris in 1807. Picaud was engaged to marry a rich woman, but four jealous friends falsely accused him of being a spy for England. He was imprisoned for seven years. During his imprisonment a dying fellow prisoner bequeathed him a treasure hidden in Milan. When Picaud was released in 1814, he took possession of the treasure, returned under another name to Paris and spent ten years plotting his successful revenge against his former friends. The plot of this tale of revenge turns on a acient French legal gizmo called (lettre de cachet) literally meaning, a letter of hiding. The United States as of 2006 are now using this very same legal devise,that have been utterly discredited and centuries thrown on a shelf. This is not about illegal aliens or foriegn residents-this applys to the citizens of the United States of America. At any moment, the President can-without any evidense, and without following any rules of procedures declare any of us to be a danger,"enemy combatments", a discription for which no legal definition excists. Here is a name I'm sure you all have heard "Jose Paddilla", This American citizen was approaching his 5th year in prison by 2006. His first 21 months, he was NOT informed of the charges against him. The Federal Government who held him in their custody elected to ignore the Habeas Corpus guarentees that are in place in this country when we were British subjects. With Congress passing the Bush screw America and its principles "Military Commisions Act", Congress codified that very practice and tossing a 1000 years of Anglo-Saxon criminal jurisprudense out the window. God Bless the U.S.A. (sigh) Because not many of us were helping Ole Bin Laden in Afghanistan this may not cause any of your panties to get in a wad. "To those who scare pease-loving people with phantoms of lost Liberties. My message is this: Your tactics only aid terrorist; for they erode our national unity and diminish our resolve. They give ammunition to America's enemies, and pause to America's friends." Attourny General John Ashcroft, December 5th, 2001 Having knowledge of what was quoted above, any one who mentions lost liberties is considered by George Bush's Attourney General to be guilty of helping terrorist. As the law was written and signed by Bush anyone can be deprived of Heabus Corpus protections by being held in prison without access to a lawyer, without the right to confront their accusers, without the right to a trial and last but not least without even knowing the charges that are against you. God Bless America The entire process is closed, secret,not open to the public's view. This reminds me of the Star Chamber court, abolished in England in 1641. Freedom my friends has literally been catapolted backwards centuries. The law proffesors of today will tell you that nothing like this has been known in the west since before King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215.  (Nov 1, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

Jerk of the forums

Triple: What you don't and wont understand "because you both are morons", is that this is America and Jim and I are standing up for it not against it like you and think, which want this great nation to continue to fall apart because you think your doing the right thing by taking up for corruption. So saying that its you 2 that need to find 2 one way plane tickets to the nearest anti freedom, pro corruption country of your 2 choice.  (Oct 29, 2007 | post #8)

Louisville, KY

List again to name 'deadbeat' parents

Maybe Ole Irv needs to put the names of the people that do not pay their bills, in the Courier, I bet the lending company's would like for the deadbeats to pay their bills. Hey Dem's, remember this when you go to the polls. Ole Irv, loves to lock up his party. I wonder.....Is he sure he is a democrat? As for the Courier Journal's participation in this witch hunt, are we still in the scarlet letter era? How much of a kick back did the Courier Journal get for running these names? How many organizations are out there "in Jefferson County", for the non-custodial father's as there is for the custodial mother's? And Irv, if you care so much for the non-custodial parent as too not want to embarass these people that are in default of their support, why don't you put in effect some orginazations to help the fathers? Or is the intent just to lock them up and drain the tax payers money for lawyers and court procedures, not without forgetting feeding and housing some of these people in prison? I believe that these parents are more then likely dead broke then dead beat. And How about where the child support division calculates in child care for help finding the support amount http://ag.ky.gov/N R/rdonlyres/911CFC 80-249C-4EE3-BED3- C69ECF5CC766/0/wor ksheet.pdf ? And then the custodial parent does not take said child too daycare? Does anyone follow up on this? What about when the non-custodial looses a job or goes down in pay? The support division says that they will drop child support "if its more than a 15% drop" to current pay scale of the non-custodial, but yet at the hearing "if the 15% drop is not reached", they tell the parent that they are capable of making the previous amount and needs to find a job at that amount or work 2 jobs. I don't call this trying to help the non-custodial parent to be able to make his obligated payment and NOT have his or her name thrown all over the newspaper as though they were murder's. The Kentucky child support guidelines are suppossably FAIR. Lets see, A person that makes 5,000 a month and their ex- partner makes the same is obligated to pay 676.00 dollars a month for one kid "insurance is not in this calculation". And a parent that makes 1,600 a month, about 2/3 less pays 293.00 dollars. Now the guidelines are there to make this fair but as you can tell, a person that make 2/3 less pays a little less than half. Who is going to suffer more? A person who has 1,300 a month to live on or 4,324 dollars to live on? http://ag.ky.gov/c hildsupport/suppor t.htm So to conclude on this witch hunt orchestrated by Irv Maze, is that it is not enough for these men and women to be down on their luck as a big number of us are at this time, with the job markets going south and higher electricity and gas bills, gas in its self going through the roof, "these things not calculated in child support figures", but then too be humiliated by their names being in the Courier Journal is immoral and neglectful on both parties.  (Oct 24, 2007 | post #2)

Louisville, KY

List again to name 'deadbeat' parents

List again to name 'deadbeat' parents By Jason Riley jriley@courier-jou rnal.com The Courier-Journal It's gaining in popularity and notoriety each year -- bringing in calls from around the country from people who want to duplicate its success. Specifically, it's the Jefferson County attorney's office's third annual published list of people delinquent in child-support payments. This time around, the list to be published Sunday in The Courier-Journal will include 670 parents -- including a record number of women -- who have not made a child-support payment for at least six months. "As soon as people see this news report, we'll start getting calls," said County Attorney Irv Maze at a press conference to announce the new list. "We've been very, very, very surprised about the outcome of this." Besides the thousands of tips the list generated, the county attorney's office has also heard from prosecutors as far away as Los Angeles, asking about the program and its results. So far, the effort has found 600 parents who owe money -- and $1.5 million in back child support. In the past, Maze's office has been accused of picking on men. This year, however, 112 of the names are women who owe child support. In total, the people on the list owe more than $10 million -- with one person owing $105,000, Maze said. "We are not trying to embarrass anybody," Maze said. " … It's not easy to collect child support. Sometimes you have to find new ways to attack old problems." With that in mind, Maze also announced a new child-support program, an automated call that will remind people who are at least 45 days behind in their payments. "It's a good idea to catch these cases before they end up on ads such as this," Maze said, holding a copy of the list of names to be published. The auto-dialer will deliver about 30 messages a day. "If this doesn't work, I'll try something else," Maze said. "I'm not scared of trying new things."  (Oct 24, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

New York Police Corruption Surges

New York Police Corruption Surges Murray Weiss NY Post Monday October 22, 2007 THE number of NYPD cops using drugs, stealing property - even from the dead - and committing other acts of corruption, including extorting sex from female suspects, spiked sharply last year, according to a confidential NYPD report. The astonishing wrongdoing in cluded everything from cops solicit ing sex in exchange for overlooking crimes to stealing credit cards from the homes of dead people to hiring a hit man to commit murder. Sound Off: Tell Us What You Think The tawdry tales include stories of cops not only betraying their badges, but also their brother and sister officers in blue. (Article continues below) In one case, two cops allegedly disclosed the identity of an undercover officer who came into a restaurant while they were bartering for sex with a woman they had once arrested. In another case, two Manhattan cops were caught looting money from a precinct house's kitty that included cash collected from T-shirt sales for the cancer-stricken daughter of yet another cop. "It was ugly," a source said. In yet another incident, a cop teamed up with a "police impersonation " robbery ring after she could not find another corrupt cop to work with the gang. And then there was an officer who hung out with drug dealers who also made "friendly " bets on sports events - with the payoff in marijuana. The revelations contained in the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau 2006 Annual Report - obtained by The Post - include: * Arrests of New York's Finest rose 25 percent in 2006 over the previous year, from 91 to 114. * The number of cops caught using drugs last year jumped 138 percent, from eight incidents the previous year to 19, including one cop using PCP (phencyclidine), and another shooting steroids into his butt. * Fraud allegations involving insurance, credit card and welfare swindles rose 85 percent to 50 complaints from 27 the previous year. * The number of cops stripped of their guns and badges and placed on modified duty jumped 55 percent, from 137 to 212, but suspensions fell 11 percent from 159 to 142. The Post pieced together the accounts using sources, court records and district attorneys' offices, along with the tightly guarded annual IAB study.  (Oct 23, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

The Dumbing Down of America

http://www..rmatio nclearinghouse../a rticle15280.htm  (Oct 15, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

Pres. Carter: US tortures prisoners, 'I know it'

David Edwards and Jason Rhyne Raw Story Wednesday October 10, 2007 Former president Jimmy Carter isn't just suspicious that the US is using torture to extract intelligence from detainees -- he's absolutely convinced. Asked by CNN's Wolf Blitzer if, by Carter's definition of the word, the United States had used torture during the Bush administration, the Nobel Peace Prize winner was adamant: "I don't think it, I know it," he said. "Certainly. " Pressed by Blitzer on whether that meant that President Bush was lying, Carter was equally clear. "The president is self-defning what we have done and authorized in the torture of prisoners," said Carter."Yes. Earlier in the interview, Carter said Bush's denial this week that the US did not in fact torture detainees was "not an accurate statement if you use the international norms of torture as has always been honored in the last 60 years, since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was promulgated." "But you can make your own definition of human rights and say we don't violate them," he added, "and you can make your own defintion of torture and say we don't violate them." Carter was equally outspoken in a Wednesday interview with the BBC, calling Vice President Dick Cheney a "disaster, " according to Reuters. "He's a militant who avoided any service of his own in the military," he said of Cheney, adding that the vice president "has been most forceful in the last 10 years or more in fulfilling some of his more ancient commitments that the United States has a right to inject its power through military means in other parts of the world." "You know he's been a disaster for our country," Carter continued. "I think he's been overly persuasive on President George Bush and quite often he's prevailed." The following video is from CNN's Situation Room, broadcast on October 10, 2007. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=zjUe7 FUhcNo  (Oct 11, 2007 | post #1)

Louisville, KY

Young man taunted by policeman wants officer fired

"which equates to self-defense. "????????? Self defense means SELF LOL your a morron LOL Does the little boy want a definition of self? LOL "Officer #2 was then assaulted by a player and then by many members of the crowd, even after he was down and unable to defend himself", Sort of like people that are in hand cuffs. Please stop because you look absolutely retarded.  (Oct 9, 2007 | post #19)

Louisville, KY

David Snyder talks about Friday's Roseland town council m...

(SBT24/7News) St. Joseph County Prosecutor Michael Dvorak announced Wednesday that he will ask a grand jury to review the Sept. 14 incident involving Roseland Town Council member David Snyder and Town Marshal Jack Tiller. Dvorak revealed his plans on the eve of what was scheduled to be Snyder’s initial appearance in Superior Court on Thursday. Snyder said he plans to appear to enter a plea of not guilty. He should be notified of the prosecutor’s plans and that no charges are on file. “The investigation involves all parties involved in the incident,” Dvorak said when asked if Tiller’s conduct, as well as Snyder’s, will be under scrutiny. “Doesn’t Mr. Dvorak know Indiana law? He doesn’t need a grand jury to bring charges against anyone,” Snyder said by phone Wednesday. “The videotape of the Sept. 14 incident is very clear about what happened and who was in the wrong,” Snyder said in a prepared statement. He was referring to the widely circulated footage of the incident posted on the Internet. The prosecutor will present evidence about the matter beginning Dec. 18 to six grand jurors whose job will be to evaluate the information and determine whether criminal charges should be brought against anyone, according to Dvorak. The grand jury also may decide no charges are warranted, which is called a “no bill.” Whether or not the grand jury will view the Sept. 14 video of the encounter between Snyder and Tiller was not addressed by Dvorak, who said he limited his comments because of state laws regarding grand juries. Snyder was facing potential misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after his arrest Sept. 14 when Snyder was ejected from a Town Council meeting. As Snyder was leaving Town Hall, there was an encounter involving him and Tiller.  (Oct 9, 2007 | post #10)

Louisville, KY

Martial law

:)  (Oct 9, 2007 | post #10)

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