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General Chat / Logan has found a new gig after the movies
« on: July 28, 2017, 01:00:59 AM »
Selling voters information on the Dark Web. Son far at $2 dollars a pop.

"The voter data for sale includes first, last, and middle names, voter ID numbers, birthdates, voter status, party affiliation, and addresses for some voters in Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Washington state."

General Chat / Colorado man kills his son allegedly due to...
« on: July 27, 2017, 10:40:27 AM »
the kids finding pictures of him in diapers eating his own shit. I've never heard of weed making someone do that.  Flaka, meth maybe or he was just a sick fuck.


"The son of a Colorado man charged with his murder saw “compromising” photos of him wearing a diaper and eating his own feces before the child's disappearance five years ago, prosecutors and family said.

Mark Redwine, 55, allegedly erupted in anger when his sons, Dylan and Cory Redwine, saw the embarrassing and “disgusting” photos of him.

"I have seen the photos,” Cory told ABC7 in Denver. "It shows him wearing women's clothes and makeup and a diaper and then eating his feces from the diaper. It was disgusting. We couldn't believe it."

And he's ignored a rule that he's supported.  He went through my facebook page to find this image.  And I didn't consent.  And I don't have any of my images posted to the site. 

General Chat / Cosmo is a killer!
« on: July 14, 2017, 03:50:17 AM »
A killer of 4 in PA.  Just seeing this story in Abc. 


"The person of interest named in the disappearance of the four Pennsylvania men, Cosmo DiNardo, has confessed to their murders, one of his defense attorneys, Paul Lang, told reporters late Thursday afternoon.

DiNardo told authorities the location of the four bodies, Lang said, adding that in exchange for the full confession, the District Attorney's Office promised that the death penalty would not be sought. Lang said the motive for the murders will come out in time.

Lang told ABC News that DiNardo felt "deep remorse" and was "very emotional."

The remains of Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown, Pennsylvania were found on Wednesday in a grave 12-feet deep on a sprawling property owned by DiNardo's parents, Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said at a press conference Wednesday.

Jimi Tar Patrick, 19, of Newtown Township, has been missing since Wednesday, while Finocchiaro, Mark Sturgis, 22, of Pennsburg, and Tom Meo, 21, of Plumstead, all disappeared Friday."

More in the link and video.



"Luck ran out Friday for a Western Washington couple that has won more than a million dollars in the last few years gambling at casinos.

Cheryl D. Mann appeared in federal court in Tacoma for sentencing on a charge that she received welfare benefits, while not reporting to the government her casino winnings.

Court records show that gambling winnings from Mann and her husband since 2012 have totaled $1,604,652 on slot machines.

Records show that during the same time period, Mann received more than $80,000 in Social Security disability benefits, food stamps and medical coverage.

The United States Attorney’s Office in Seattle does not dispute that Mann has a legitimate disability, but said she broke the law when she did not report the winnings to the government.

The law requires welfare recipients to report all income, and the $1,000,000 in winnings would have disqualified Mann and her husband from receiving benefits."

More in the article.

General Chat / Deaf autistic Superman gets attacked.
« on: July 08, 2017, 06:50:46 PM »
Pretty fucked up.


MINNEOLA, Fla. - A man accused of beating up a man who is deaf and autistic was arrested Thursday.

Deputies said the victim, Rae Pitt, is known in the area as “Minneola Superhero” because he dresses as Superman and waves at residents and cars passing by.

The report said Pitt doesn’t bother anyone and is very friendly.

Residents said he is well-known in the community.

“He keeps to himself, he waves and smiles. He does his thing and it makes out community happy,” Ashley Payne said.

Pitt explained to deputies on paper that a man, later identified as Tyler McCorvey, 26, approached him, punched him in the chest and slammed his head against a car.

The victim said McCorvey ran off when a witness came to help.

The witness, Terra Brady, told deputies she confronted McCorvey and told him to leave as she walked Pitt to her home.

“I saw the man engaging in the same body movements and behaviors that Rae does,” Brady said.

She said McCorvey also pretended to be deaf.

She said McCorvey continued to follow them, but eventually ran off on U.S. Highway 27 when Brady’s daughter’s boyfriend came to help.

“Rae wrote down that he’s terrified and his body hurts, and he wanted to see a doctor,” said Brady. “I was scared he was going to hit me, or do something to get through me to get to Rae.”

A deputy later spotted a man who matched the description the witness gave investigators near a Sunoco gas station.

The deputy said he followed McCorvey, walked into a wooded area, and asked him about the incident.

A report said that McCorvey told the deputy he was trying to fight Superman, but did not hurt him.

McCorvey was taken to the Lake County Jail, where deputies said he cried, screamed and dunked his head into a toilet.


Don't think he's propping her up to run for office do you or just try to put her in the position?


Ivanka Trump sat in for her father at the start of Saturday's G20 working sessions with the 19 other world leaders attending the summit in Hamburg, Germany, two sources told BuzzFeed News.

One of the sources said: "Incredible!!!"

President Donald Trump later returned to take his place. "Ivanka didn't take the floor during her brief 'tenure'," one source said.

One of the sources speculated that Ivanka was at the table because there would be a discussion about women’s empowerment later in the day, adding: “But still!!!”

A Russian negotiator tweeted, but later deleted, a photo of Ivanka sat next to UK prime minister Theresa May.

Music, Movies, Tv and Books / RIP Nelsan Ellis of True Blood.
« on: July 08, 2017, 06:24:37 PM »


Nelsan Ellis, the actor who starred in HBO's True Blood as Lafayette Reynolds, has died, his manager Emily Gerson Saines, told The Hollywood Reporter.

He was 39.

"Nelsan has passed away after complications with heart failure," Saines said. "He was a great talent, and his words and presence will be forever missed."


Is their a way that the Admin or mods can directly change that from 170 to  -2627

I'm thinking it'd be only fair to actually place that number on the person who changed it to what it is now.  And maybe ban or remove them from their position.  Looks like an abuse of someone's feeble powers. 

Debate / Slurs are the key to your downfall!
« on: July 05, 2017, 09:39:23 PM »
So a current cop may lose a job.

I've often wondered about this in certain affects of work.  Where & why should your job fire you for a criminal offense or even one that's morally unacceptable.  We see cops get off with murders, light sentences for rape or whatever.  We've seen politicos numerous crimes, wealthy take Charlie sheen fired from his job.  For his personal life.  And then on the other hand is been revealed he could have objected numerous wartime with Hiv.  And there's a silence to that potentially large scale crime. 

"...Now say it was a person in power/celeb or whoever slanging slurs as a cop, teacher, lawyer, doctor, athlete and their racist bias is affecting what they do & how they handle things.  Affecting the outcome of what's going on & they're a part of the problem.  I find it ironic that say the Nfl has allowed and continued to protect athletes regarding duis, Dvs and other crimes.  But, they're so patriotic and supportive the domestic violence cause.  Which they didn't do until they were paid for it.  
Hell, they still have garbage Qb's that have been around the league for years.  Yet Kaepernick is unable to get a job & they could."

So, what's you're thoughts on jobs firing people for what they do in their personal life and just how much influence should it have over there decision to keep you.


General Chat / Oh, you thought the Az one was good.
« on: June 30, 2017, 03:37:09 PM »
 :o :o  :o


He spent 30 hours bound in a tent, tormented and abused by a homeless man who’d offered to share methamphetamine.

The nightmare started early Sunday after the victim became separated from a friend at a concert and found himself wandering River Road in Puyallup.

With no wallet or cell phone, the man asked for help from a group of homeless people. A 42-year-old transient befriended him, offering drugs and a place to sleep.

The man accepted. He even offered to help the homeless man move some of his belongings when they awoke the next day.

That’s when the homeless man began punching him with his fists and a knife sheath, court records show.

The victim “tried to fight back but the defendant was too big,” according to charging papers. “He thought he was going to die because no one else was around.”

The homeless man dragged him into a tent, where he bound the victim’s wrists and allegedly spent the next 30 hours physically and sexually assaulting him.

He laid on the victim when he slept so the man couldn’t sneak away. He licked his face and forced him to eat peanut butter while he chewed on parts of the victim’s body, records show.

Eventually, the victim was allowed to step outside to smoke a cigarette and made a run for it. He went through a marsh and thickets of thorny bushes before reaching a road and flagging down help.
   Puyallup police said the victim’s injuries backed up his story and the homeless man has been accused of several rapes in the past. He was arrested and officers said they found two knives, rope and peanut butter in his tent.

“Law enforcement was told (the homeless man) preys on a person’s fear and they are all afraid of him,” records show.

Pierce County prosecutors charged him with first-degree rape, first-degree kidnapping, second-degree assault and felony harassment.

The man has a 2016 assault conviction for biting and choking others in a homeless camp, as well as swinging a hatchet at them.

Good ol Albuquerque!


Michelle Donaldson, the news director of local Albuquerque station KOB-TV, may be taking back one of her longstanding rules about the NBC affiliate’s stories, after someone stole the station’s news van during an on-location shoot about local crime.

“I have a rule, that you can never be the lead of your own newscast,” Donaldson told the Albuquerque Journal. “So this violates that rule.”

As Donaldson’s crew gathered footage in Downtown Abuquerque for a report about a local company contemplating a move because of an increase in crime, at least one thief made off with their van.

Members of the station were able to recover the van about an hour later without any police intervention. According to reports, crew members used the on-board GPS system in the vehicle to track its whereabouts after the thief apparently abandoned the damaged van. Donaldson said the vehicle was locked and no keys were left inside, leaving her somewhat confused as to how the thief started the SUV.

“Our entire news crew is a little shaken up,” said KOB-TV reporter Kai Porter. “Our news car was stolen from this parking lot here at Central and 1st as we were getting set up for our live shot. Our crew’s okay, we called 9-1-1 and reported it to police. But it just goes to show you that anybody can be impacted by crime down here in this area.”

The live shot was slated to be part of a story about tech startup, Lavu, and the company’s growing concerns about crime in the area. Instead, members of the KOB-TV news staff ended up being subjects of the very type of criminal activity their report was spotlighting.

“We were doing a story about those concerns, and the city’s response to those concerns when, ironically, we became victims of crime ourselves in exactly the area they’re talking about,” Donaldson said.

Despite damage to the SUV, no members of the KOB-TV news crew were harmed.


CARDINAL George Pell is facing multiple child sex charges, police have confirmed.
Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton told a media conference in Melbourne this morning Cardinal Pell had been charged “with historical sexual assault offences” with “multiple complainants”.
He has been charged on summons to appear for a filing hearing at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on July 18.
“The charges were today served on Cardinal Pell’s legal representatives in Melbourne and they have been lodged also at the Melbourne Magistrates Court. Cardinal Pell is facing multiple charges in respect of historic sexual offences,” Mr Patton said.
Police did not reveal the exact charges being faced by the Cardinal.
Mr Patton insisted that Cardinal Pell was being treated in the same way as anyone else being investigated for historical sex offences.
“The fact that he has been charged on summons, we have used advice from the office of public prosecutions and also we have engaged with his legal representatives is common and standard practice. There has been no change in any procedures whatsoever. Cardinal Pell has been treated the same as anyone else in this investigation.”
Cardinal Pell, 76, is Australia’s most senior Catholic but is based in the Vatican, where he is serving as prefect of the secretariat of the economy. He is the third most powerful figure in the Vatican behind the Pope.

More in the link. 

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