Archive for June, 2010


Dear Concerned Citizen:

You probably saw that the state of Arizona passed a very tough anti-illegal immigration recently.  This new law will strengthen law enforcement’s ability to identify, arrest and detain those who are in this country illegally. I support this new law 100%.  Even before this law was passed, I was the only law enforcement official in this state enforcing all the laws that our federal and state legislatures put in place to combat illegal immigration and human smuggling. Because I have taken the lead over the years by enforcing existing state and federal laws against illegal immigration, I have become the …Read more […..]

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Mexican Drug Cartel Threatens Nogales, AZ Police Officers with Snipers

What is the US Government waiting for??? Wake up America!!!! …Read more […..]

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Dallas Police Chief’s Son Suspected of Killing Cop

LANCASTER, Texas — Investigators said Monday they believe the 27-year-old son of Dallas Police Chief David Brown shot and killed a man at a suburban apartment complex and then opened fire on responding officers, killing one, before being shot to death. Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez said investigators were still sorting out details, but it appeared David Brown Jr. shot Jeremy McMillan, 23, on Sunday evening and opened fire on Officer Craig Shaw and others when they responded. Shaw, 37, was killed, the first officer to die in the line of duty in Lancaster, a city of 35,000 about 15 miles south of Dallas. Brown …Read more […..]

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Too Funny!

Warning: Contains adult language!

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Calling All Cars, Vol. 27

“Calling All Cars” dramatized true crime stories. It aired on the CBS Radio Network between 1933 and 1939.This product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com’s standard return policy will apply. (more…) …Read more […..]

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Dallas Cops Disciplined Over Vehicle Pursuit

By Tanya Eiserer The Dallas Morning News More than a dozen Dallas police officers, including a supervisor, have been disciplined over a lengthy May 2009 high-speed chase of carjacking suspects during rush-hour traffic. Punishments range from two five-day suspensions to the recommendation that two officers be demoted and minor discipline such as written counseling. An internal investigation earlier concluded that numerous officers violated the department’s pursuit or emergency driving policies while heading to the chase, while actively involved in it, or while following it. Those violations included barreling …Read more […..]

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Red & Black cafe shows Portland officer the door, won’t sell him coffee again

Are you kidding me??? Unbelievable is all I have to say….. By Lynne Terry, The Oregonian June 03, 2010, 3:41PM In mid-May, Portland police Officer James Crooker  went to Southeast Portland on a patrol call. With a few minutes to spare, he decided to get a coffee. So, he popped into the Red & Black  cafe on Southeast 12th Avenue near Oak Street, bought a coffee and was heading out when a customer approached him, saying she appreciates the hard job that police officers do every day in Portland. One of the co-owners of the cafe, John Langley,  has another point of view. While the officer and customer …Read more […..]

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