Tuesday, December 18, 2018

231 results for 'police'

I'm Taking My Suitcase Nuke And Going Home

By slowasigo, published on Aug 15, 2008


We tend to think of these incidents and people as societal aberrations. It is so difficult to understand these monstrous acts that our rejection and revulsion serve to reinforce our humanity.

Dua Kalil was the young girl that was stoned to death. Her murderers never saw justice. The police that watched her die then walked away still work today. This was not a Muslim, Christian, or Hindu incident. It was a cultural one. When society accepts that there is no value to an innocent daughter killed by family, no value to life, Humanity has died. When Humanity dies, we all, in measure,... (more)

Tags: iraq, police, traffic

Clark Rockefeller: International Man Of Mystery

By Crowbar, published on Aug 12, 2008

...Rockefeller convinced his regular driver that he was on the way to pick up his daughter from an angry boyfriend and that they might have to dash away with the child. Rockefeller knew that the girl’s mother was away in London, and probably planned this grab in advanced.

Boston police began searching for Clark and the girl, and on July 31, they enlisted the help of the Fox television show, America’s Most Wanted. On August 1st, the show ran an episode that included Rockefeller and the hot line phones blew up with tips. The most telling call was from the owner of a... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, manhattan, movie, california, police, germany

One Cent, One Community

By Lumiere, published on Aug 4, 2008

...Just in the last few days; the Washington Post reported on Friday that U.S. federal agents have been given new powers to seize travelers' laptops and other electronic devices at the border and hold them for unspecified periods. The Village Voice also ran an article about how the New York City Police Department is pushing for legislation to get rid of search warrants altogether so they can enter our homes with or without probable cause. Then the AM New York ran several articles about how the New York City governer, David Paterson announced a city deficit of 2.3 billion due to the recession, ... (more)

Tags: new york, medicine, police

No Parking Means No Parking!

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 27, 2008

...River joins with the Columbia River.

Some people have what they want, others do not. When those who do not, try to take what is not theirs, is where I come in.

My name is Stensgaard...I wear a badge...I break the law.


That's right, in Portland Oregon, police officer Chadd Stensgaard decided that he didn't have to obey a no parking zone in front of a Japanese restaurant when it came time to stop for dinner.

While Stensgaard was on duty driving a Portland Police car back in March, he stopped outside the restaurant for a dinner break. The stop... (more)

Tags: police, oregon police, oregon politics, above the law, portland law

Amateur Boxing Show At Compton

By 'Mean' Mike Duffau, published on Jul 23, 2008

... gym we are still stabble-mates because we have the same trainer. His name is Charles 'Chilli' Wilson. Everybody knows him simply as Chilli. So I had to go or rather I needed to go... To support them.

This event is the first annual CYAL (Compton Youth Activities League) by the Compton Police Station. They fought other Police youth leagues, which included Norwalk, Century, Lennox, and of course Compton.

The facility was at 700 N. Alameda St. Compton, Ca. 90221. General Admission was only $5.00 at the door. There was fifteen fights on the card and it was a great day for... (more)

Tags: los angeles, police, restaurant

The Dark Knight

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 21, 2008

...crime bosses: he’ll kill the Batman in exchange for half of their immense illegal fortune. But that’s only a scheme within a scheme as The Joker intends to rule Gotham himself. The Joker announces he will kill someone for every day that The Batman does not turn himself to the police and unmask. Despite the disfigured, goofy grin on his face he ain’t kiddin’ around. Panic soon fills the streets as the terrified citizens of Gotham are caught in the middle of a war between Batman and the Joker. But it’s a more than a war fought for control of Gotham:... (more)

Tags: movie, police, batman, heath ledger

Off The Menu Fast Food Specials

By Steven Lane, published on Jul 17, 2008

... 497 eateries. Turned out the lady put the mouse in the soup in an effort to extort the company. An autopsy proved the mouse died of a head fracture, not from drowning, Ahh, thank god for forensic science. KFC/ Taco Bell food tainted with spit and urine..........July 14, 2008, Sidney, Neb. A police officer and his family won $40,000 from a restaurant that served them food tainted by employee's spit and urine. The employee was fined $100. The jury found the restaurant negligent. One of the children became violently ill and had to be hospitalized.

I couldn't make this stuff up... (more)

Tags: new york, police, restaurant

Hanging Out On The Square, While I Still Can

By TCBlair, published on Jul 9, 2008

...did not arise because I realized we were all in our mid-twenties and would soon have families. I was not afraid of our "clic" growing up and drifting apart. No. I knew and know my beloved city will fatefully one day become just another city full of enterprise and suits. We will be harried by police for being on the town squareso late. We will not know the owners of the local pub. Starbucks will flourish as if a $5 cup of coffee could cure the common cold. Our current culture will in the very least be threatened if notdestabilized.Growth and changeare not only inevitable in my city... (more)

Tags: hockey, golf, movie, police, music, traffic, broowaha

Hello, 911, Please Hold...indefinitely!

By D. E. Carson, published on Jul 2, 2008

...presidential assassination into the number one highest priority slot on the blotter. “The president’s been shot! WAIT! There’s been an accident involving a drunk driver? The president can wait we need to arrest everyone and his mother for the drunk driving offense!”

I swear, the police are becoming more and more like the Keystone Kops. There was a time when the moniker “L.A.’s Finest” meant something. Now it’s a very tongue-in-cheek, sarcastic put down. There was also a time when the California Highway Patrol was regarded around the whole nation with the same level of ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, california, police

The Shadow

By DLFerguson, published on Jun 25, 2008

...minds so that they cannot see him. Cranston then returns to New York City to take up the life he had before, that of a rich, spoiled playboy. But secretly he wages war against crime as The Shadow, using a network of agents to assist him. He’s unknowingly helped out by his uncle, Police Commissioner Wainwright Barth who tends to talk a little too freely around his nephew about police business as Barth has no idea Cranston is The Shadow.

It’s a secret that Cranston can’t keep from Margot Lane (Penelope Ann Miller) who has psychic powers of her... (more)

Tags: new york, manhattan, movie, police

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