Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Debra Milke persecuted by lying Scum aka Detective Saldate

'As Always Anonymous' posted the following question on my blog the other day . . . I'm posting it here cause it could be important. Take a second and read it before clinking the link below.

 Just think, some of you want Jodi Arias to be put to death by this system of justice.

Well Yea, Why Not??????????????????

A jury of her peers found her Guilty as Charged while a whole bunch of people in 2 juries say yes, but a lone hold out with an agenda has forced a pause in the punishment she deserves for murdering her lover.

Send her to Utah to face a firing squad.

As Always Anonymous

I wrote a fictional account (Brand of Justice) of a story Debra Milke lived. Lying scum, Detective Saldate, was believed over Milke by an informed jury of her peers. She languished for 22 years on death row for a crime she didn't commit! You cannot have a Criminal Injustice System lord over life or death decisions. Listen to this lady, who hails out of Arizona where Jodi is from. She had to put up with all the pundits who wanted to just kill her and be done with it because a 'Jury' did in fact find her guilty.

The Criminal Injustice System is like a puddle of urine that has flowed to a neighborhood near you.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Imagine . . . Delta, Airbus and Me!

So I'm layin' low in Rochester at the Home Wood. Great place by the way. I'm writing my butt off and am ready to roll to Utah and beyond tomorrow and find out I'm on a Airbus. Not a good fib here. Get me off the thing please. How about First Class? No that won't do, I'd rather be castrated with a plastic fork than to fly one of them things. Well I'm headed out west as they say and you thought I didn't care fore my readers. I'm on an Airbus.

Officers can't find Officer!

$25,000 on his head and still no takers. This former marine and officer with the LAPD guns down a guy and disappears a couple of days ago. FBI is guessing he's in Texas. Officer Solis way better at being on the run than old Officer Chris Dorner ever was; he was tracked down, assassinated and buried all in a matter of days.

They always say, you can run but ya can't hid. Or was that? . . . The long arm of the law will get you.

Lets see here, I say he jumped the border and is holed up in Mexico. So who's right? Curt Rude or the FBI? I trained at the FBI Academy so we'll see. Little friendly rivalry here - only time will tell.

Monday, March 23, 2015

The Song remains The Same . . .

Ann Bilansky was killed on this day in 1860 by Minnesota.

The Media condemned her in this to say, "Bad enough to be a harlot and bold enough to be a murderer." Hangings must sell papers.

The prosecutor didn't figure she had a fair trial. It didn't matter after the conviction what he thought. The System smelled blood.

The public was skittish about the criminal justice and thus Governor Ramsey wanted a hanging.

In the days before her death, petitioners urging that Ramsey commute her sentence included the prosecutor, Isaac Heard, who said he had "grave and serious doubts'' about whether Bilansky had a fair trial, and Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Flandreau, who participated in the opinion denying her a new trial. Flandreau wrote that while he supported the death penalty, "it rather shocks my private sense of humanity to commence by inflicting the extreme penalty on a woman.''
In an excellent article on the case in Minnesota History magazine, author Matthew Cecil noted that Gov. Ramsey must have heard arguments for Bilansky's guilt from his brother, Justus, who had been on the jury and who was in business with the governor. Cecil also notes that commuting the sentence would be "likely to anger a public skittish about criminal justice.''
This is what the lady said before she was hung . . . “I die without having had any mercy shown me, or justice. I die for the good of my soul, and not for murder. . . . Your courts of justice are not courts of justice—but I will yet get justice in Heaven.” . . . and the song remain the same. Just think, some of you want Jodi Arias to be put to death by this system of justice.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

One of The Bravest! Doug and Marcie

Doug and Marcie messaged me from Texas. A pair of brave 'cats' here! They included a photo of themselves. I am nearing a 100,000 hits on this blog and it's usually someone named anonymous who messages me. Marcie by the way is putting the finishing touches on a manuscript with 'cats' as characters. Who knows . . . perhaps Mike from Arizona will ship me off a photo. He's just crawling with story lines involving historical non-fiction.

Friday, March 20, 2015

I Love L.A. and Punxsutawney Phil is innocent.

Now. Now. Here's the deal . . . Brand of Justice relates how the police make honest mistakes and the media follow along. Read this silly piece. Didja spot the boo-boo? It was a gopher driving Bill Murray nuts in Caddyshack. They're after the wrong rodent. I'm tellin' ya, it happens more than you'd like to think.

New Hampshire police to Punxsutawney Phil: Paws up, varmint!

MERRIMACK, N.H. (AP) -- Police in snow-swamped New Hampshire are hunting for Public Enemy No. 1: The suspect is described as short and furry with brown eyes and big, pointy teeth.
Looking to lighten the mood after a series of snowstorms, Merrimack police posted a gag on their Facebook page asking the public to rat out Punxsutawney Phil, the Pennsylvania groundhog who last week predicted six more weeks of winter.
"We have received several complaints from the public that this little varmint is held up in a hole, warm and toasty," said the posting that was accompanied by an image of the mischievous groundhog from the movie "Caddyshack." "He told several people that Winter would last 6 more weeks, however he failed to disclose that it would consist of mountains of snow!"
Police Chief Mark Doyle said the idea came during a conversation with Lt. Denise Roy as they shook their heads over the three major storms that have thumped New England since Jan. 27.
"We were chatting about how sick and tired we were, and she came up with the idea," Doyle said. "Everybody is looking at it for what it is: a tongue-in-cheek, lighthearted look at the winter we're having in the Northeast."
Doyle has heard from good citizens that Phil may be in Canada with Sasquatch. Others say the critter was spotted in New Orleans with a fistful - pawful? - of Mardi Gras beads.
It's not the first time Phil's gotten in trouble with the law: Officials in Ohio in 2013 "indicted" him for misrepresentation of spring, a felony "against the peace and dignity of the state."
On the New Hampshire Facebook page, Phil is described as "armed and dangerous." Doyle says if he gets his hands on the wily woodchuck, he's got the perfect sentence in mind:
"Life in the hole without parole," he said.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Chris Rock & How Not to Get Thumped

You can learn a lot from a Comedian!

Question from the mailbox . . . Two Mower County jailers have been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into an alleged incident.
“We’re in the process of investigating an issue that involved these two,” said County Coordinator Craig Oscarson, who confirmed Tuesday that the two jailers were on leave.
Due to data practice laws, Oscarson could not release the jailers’ names or details about the alleged incident. He said more details likely won’t be made available until the matter is entirely resolved.

So is this a new story line for you?

An educated guess here, I'm thinking they were probably in the process of making little jailers in the ol' broom closet. And to think, Data Practices was all about doing away with Nixon Cover-ups. Now they are the cover-up. This story line has been told and retold. Many thanks for sharing.  

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Questions regarding Henry Solis . . . Los Angels Police Department . . . and the State of our Police State.

Okay. So those who are sworn to serve and protect us have to pass some kind of mental evaluation-right? Chris Dorner went bonkers. Now we have Henry Solis shooting a guy after leaving a Night Club. Both these guys represent LA's finest. Couple of questions here.

First . . . the mental health practitioners aren't exactly batting a 1000%. Striking out is more like it. I mean they just gave this guy a recommendation as in his fitness for duty exam during the hiring process. He was only on the force seven months.

Second . . . why does the law enforcement community always have to pull the wool over our eyes? Take this comment regarding Solis after he gunned down a guy. Shoots him five times. You get the picture. “He was a good officer, as far as we know,” LAPD Lt. Ronald McDonald told the Times. “Whatever happened, happened.” Lincoln answers the Lieutenant best . . . Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
Third . . . who is going to protect us from our protectors?
Fourth . . . if these guys are LA's finest what do the worst look like?