Justice Delayed is Justice Denied


The sands of time slip slower for some…

In California victims have rights, too. Unless the perps are cops, it seems.

The other day the defense team of three of the cops charged in the murder of Kelly Thomas asked for, and got a time extension on their own motion to dismiss. You can read about in the Register, here, if you don’t mind getting a bit nauseous.

It is now 17 months since Thomas was brutally beaten by six Fullerton cops and left in the Fullerton Transportation Center gutter to drown in his own blood as the six goons got their scratches band-aided.

The District Attorney sure doesn’t seem to be in any big hurry, either, which might make a cynical person question his real dedication to prosecuting these malefactors.

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  1. #1 by Fred Alcazar on December 1, 2012

    I’m starting to think the entire justice system in OC is waiting for everybody to forget about Kelly Thomas.

    I’m sure T-Rack is 49-51 on this and flips depending on the day.

    • #2 by simmons on December 1, 2012

      I believe the murder of Otto Zehm’s by cops 2006 provides insight to the current actions of the DA in the Kelly Thomas murder – I am just not sure of the exact lesson learned.

      Like the FPD, the Spokane Police Department is a disgrace and represents the antithesis of any honorable system of justice.

      That said, I actually believe the Spokane Police Department is worse than the Fullerton Police Department. Notably, the citizens of Spokane have not been able to get this travesty of humanity disbanded. Thus, good luck in getting the Fullerton Police Department disbanded.

      However, consider this, perhaps the Fed’s actions in the Otto Zehm’s murder by police influenced the actions of the DA and others in the Kelly Thomas case; but perhaps not the way one would expect.

      Quick Background
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Zehm

      Download and read the Fed document at this link and just look at all the corruption at the SPD.
      http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2011/nov/01/thompson-case-goes-to-jurors/

      More links . . .
      http://www.spokesman.com/documents/2010/apr/15/zehm/

      http://www.spokesman.com/blogs/sirens/tags/theresa-ferguson/

      Now, in the SPD murder of Otto Zehm case, the DA had a choice: (1) prosecute the cops, or (2) not prosecute and participate in the extensive cover-up . The DA decided to go with (2).

      What was the result, the FEDs stepped in and put the entire SPD and associated legal structure under a microscope, not just the cops and handeling of the Otto Zehm case.

      As a result, the local DA lost control of the case, putting the FEDs in the driver’s seat, and thus, the local DA could not “accidently” throw the case. Further, the FEDs are looking at everyone now. Not a good result.

      However, while it took 7 years, the murdering cop, who was a cop with a very honorable history, received his well-deserved jail time.

      Now any honorable person would look at this result and say: “Hey, I better do my job and not try to cover for the police.”

      But what about the not so honorable person; what would be the lesson such a person would learn from the Otto Zehm case?

      That you have better prosecute the case so that you (1) retain control, (2) can accidently “throw”/lose the case and thereby protect the cops, and (3) prevent the FEDs from taking over and investigating everyone.

      I guess we will have to wait and see which lesson those in the Kelly Thomas case have learned from the Otto Zehm case.

    • #3 by ricky on December 2, 2012

      Kelly will be history very soon. The DA is corrupt. The executioners will be back to full duty shortly with full back pay and a generous financial settlement from the new Fullerton bosses in office. THE SCARY PHASE IS COMING ON TGE STREETS OF FULLERTON THE BOYS IN BLUE WILL WANT REVENGE AND THEY WILL MAKE IT HAPPEN.

  2. #4 by Disillusioned Ex-hippy on December 1, 2012

    Nice pic. Why are you dragging Flory into this? Just because she was proud of her endorsement by the guys who killed Kelly?

    Oh, wait, right…

    • #5 by Giant1 on December 2, 2012

      I don’t understand why you continue to blame an entire department for the actions of a few. This in itself is an injustice. You’re guilty of exactly what your accusing others of, hypocrite!

      • #6 by Nomad on December 2, 2012

        Because if there were any good cops at FPD there would be no bad cops, or at least cops with balls like Ben Lira!

  3. #7 by Anonymous on December 1, 2012

    Maybe Rackauckas nails them, maybe not. But, I would forget about the State’s case. My money is on federal civil rights violations and prosecution!

    • #8 by Pete Mitchell on December 1, 2012

      Call the Feds. I did. They left long ago.

      :(

      • #9 by Anonymous on December 1, 2012

        Just remember one thing, Rodney King SURVIVED the beating he received! Kelly Thomas did not. Uhhh ohh!

        • #10 by MICKEY HALLER on December 1, 2012

          Rodney was not a sick (health) dude like Kelly.

          • #11 by Anonymous on December 1, 2012

            Which makes the Thomas case all the more compelling!

          • #12 by Jack Smith on December 2, 2012

            That’s right Mickey he had a grossly enlarged heart that T-Rack’s M.E. conveniently left out as well as other more serious maladies something that his lying sack of shit father would have known if he had been in his life. Kelly was a ticking time bomb.

            • #13 by Barry'd in the sand on December 2, 2012

              John Huelsman give it a rest/

        • #14 by Van get it da artiste on December 2, 2012

          Kelly Thomas’ mental illness and malnourishment is no defense

        • #15 by Jack Smith on December 2, 2012

          Now Rodney King, that was a beating! I don’t know what video the rest of you are watching. All I see are officers trying to control a raving maniac.

          • #16 by Barry'd in the sand on December 2, 2012

            Hey John Huelsman! I think I want a piece of whatever Miss Cincinelli is giving you. It must be super good because you’re vigorously defending her son like there is no tomorrow while she hides in the shadows.

      • #17 by Anonymous on December 2, 2012

        Pete Mitchell :
        Call the Feds. I did. They left long ago.

        The feds aren’t going to discuss any pending prosecutions with some yahoo over the phone. Good luck with that, pal.

        • #18 by Anonymous on December 2, 2012

          Not even Sgt. O’Dumbfuck, Pomona PD?

          • #19 by Feds on December 2, 2012

            I think the Feds are already investigating that Omeley guy you talk about. Killed some guy.

  4. #28 by MICKEY HALLER on December 1, 2012

    Rackauckas has NOTHING that is why he keeps coming up with stupid admendments at the last minutes to throw the time off.

  5. #29 by You can read about in the Register, here on December 1, 2012

    BAD LINK!

  6. #30 by Thankful on December 1, 2012

    Lynch mob

    • #31 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 1, 2012

      A mother tries to rationalize a sons Sociopathy (or Psycopathy) by asking an online Doctor.

      Dr Ott said they all showed a total lack of empathy and worse!
      $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

      “…In other words, I do not imagine that you have more “emotional capacity,” as you put it, than other people—although I would have to know you personally to be sure of that. To me, a high level of emotional capacity would not mean being overwhelmed by emotions, but quite the opposite. To me, it would mean being able to experience and contain a wide range of emotions of various kinds without being overwhelmed by them. And, sorry to say, I must agree with you that your attitude does have the aroma of ego-mania as you said of yourself. In fact, an egomaniac, which you say you are, is the opposite of an empathic person: the egomaniac is all wrapped up in himself and his own feelings; the empathic person constantly relates to the feelings and concerns of others as well as his or her own. I agree with you also that you are objectifying your fellow humans in a rather strange way, which also is quite the opposite of empathy since empathy, in its purest form, sees no gap between self and others. In other words, the empathic person does not objectify others, but experiences, second-hand of course, their subjectivity. I hope you see this because it will be important in understanding what follows…” -Dr Robert
      http://askdrrobert.dr-robert.com/sociopath2.html

      • #32 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 1, 2012

        Very very few people actually mature, even a little in the opinion off some.

        • #33 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 1, 2012

          “…The problem is not one of an intelligence gap as you seem to think—despite your little experiment I am notoriously hard to fool tete-a-tete—and I doubt that your son would shock me at all, much less make my blood run cold; I have seen and heard a lot. The most difficult barrier to such therapy is simply this: a true psychopath will not respect anyone who evinces any compassion at all. What seems like strength to a normal human being—compassion, emotional intelligence, caring, love, all of that—to a psychopath looks only like weakness. Seeing that “weakness,” the psychopath immediately feels superior and will not be able to accept anything the “weak one” says…”

  7. #34 by bob on December 1, 2012

    Same ol SHIT, JUST ANOTHER DAY, MONTH, YEAR….. AFTER YEAR!!!!!! That is our …”fair, and & just” LOUSY judicial system!!!!! Delay, after delay, after delay, after delay!!!!!! B.S., after B.S., AFTER B.S., AFTER B.S.!!!!!!!! Like the ”rotten 6”`s defense team, REALLY NEEDS more damn time,….. AFTER ALL THIS TIME!!!! THEN, when ever the time DOES come, IF ”THE ROTTEN 6”, even get much more than a ”handslap”, it will be ,”A miracle”!!!!!!! God Bless Ron Thomas, and Kathy, and the entire family,as Ron Thomas believes that ”patience is a virtue”, and I`m sure it is, and there`s nothing more that one CAN DO, but WAIT, & WAIT, & WAIT, & WAIT!!!!! ( WHILE the defense atty`s. ) go thru the usual game playing, & intentional delays, and B.S.!!!!! IF ONE ordinary citizen, murdered ONE cop, absolutely, he, or she would kiss their life good-bye,……….BUT, 6 ROTTEN COPS, can terrorize, intimidate, hassle, and beat the life out of someone else,( AND….. FOR no damn reason besides) and that is a whole different ballgame!!!! They are, after all….. COPS!!! Rotten ones,…. who deserve to burn in hell, but…. they ARE COPS, they are ”privledged”, they are ALLOWED to get away with ANYTHING, and THEY KNOW IT!!!!! Most ALL ”in law enforcement”, from the very top to the bottom, think they are ”GOD”, and EVERYONE SHOULD BOW DOWN TO THEM, BE AFRAID OF THEM, KISS THEIR ROTTEN BUTTS,and treat them as if they are the greatest things God ever created!!!! Quite the CONTRARY!!!! They ARE ”legends”, BUT only in THEIR OWN UGLY MINDS!!!!!! They`ll NEVER GRT WHAT THEY DEERVE FOR ”MURDERING” Kelly!!!!!( not in THIS life anyway) It`s just the way it is, and it could not be any more ….UNJUST, NAUSEATING, AND SICKENING, …. BUT one day , hopefully they WILL PAY, AND BIG TIME,…..as they absolutely DESERVE TO!!!!!!!!!!!( I am NOT forgetting , that ther ARE SOME good cops out there, but it seems like they are unfortunately, in the very few!!!! God BleSS them, and piss on the rest!!!! Just MAYBE, before Kelly`s parents go to see him oneday, the damn thing will finally be over, with at least half-way decent results, and I emphasize ”MAYBE”, AND THE ”ROTTEN 6”, ….and THEIR ROTTEN ATTORNEY`S, ( you`d have to be rotten yourself, to defend such a horrific crime, and rotten so- called ”human beings”…. BUT,…. there is big money in them to be made, huh????) THAT`S what matters to THEM, not the hell & torture that they put Kelly through, …BEFORE they snuffed out his life!!!!! OR, the hell his family has gone through also!!! WHAT do they care, it`s not THEIR son, and family!!!! This is all my opinion, and I am by far, not alone in this opinion!!! I would just really like to know ONE THING though, that no ”wonderful law enforcement person” has ever answered. WHY,….. with 6 ( rotten) cops, and Kelly doing such awful things to deserve the life beat out of him—( according to them… LIARS ) COULD ”6” OF THEM NOT HAVE JUST ”CUFFED HIM & TAKEN HIM IN???????????!!!!!!!!!!!! THAT, was`nt their plan from the ”roll-up”, that was not the way they wanted it to go down, they WANTED to get rid of him, & very probably with the ”help” ( set- up) of someone else, gee, & I wonder who THAT might have been!!!!! They had their ”PLAN” for their fun that night and they followed it through!!!, WHILE,… the ”watch commander….”WATCHED”, AND good ol ”Danny Boy”, and all the rest of the jerks( we all know who THEY are), just said, ”come on ”home”, it will all be okay, we`ll ALL fix it up, you did ”nothing wrong, & were just ”doing your jobs”!!!!! How SICK, what a SIN, AND may they ALL pay oneday!!!!!!! God Bless the the entire ”THOMAS” family, and ….JUSTICE FOR KELLY!!!! ( HOPEFULLY, with God`s help…. oneday!!!!!)

    • #35 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 1, 2012

      Having very strong reresentation is something Policemen get, in exchange for an Oath or Oathes given.

    • #36 by Cadillac Jack on December 1, 2012

      Those who know the least know it the loudest.

      • #37 by Jack Smith on December 2, 2012

        You must be talking about Kelly’s Rabble.

  8. #38 by Gin Flurry on December 1, 2012

    I’m proud of all my supporters!

    • #39 by Barry'd in the sand on December 1, 2012

      Its funny, a Fullerton cop could be caught on video blowing a handcuffed guy’s brains out, dropping his pants then skull fucking the remains and Gin Floozy would still thank her supporters in front of the world.

      That is how disconnected she is.

      • #40 by Michael on December 1, 2012

        There is no need to question the sense of self a twisted person may possesses.

        Lies, deceit, manipulation and pain are GLORIOUS. (to them, even in a sexual way)

  9. #41 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 1, 2012

    Recall Flory and Chaffee.

    • #42 by Cadillac Jack on December 1, 2012

      Why? They’re Democrats.

      Republicans have comprised 85% of City Council for the past 17 years (Lira’s career). They’re the ones who ignored the culture of corruption.

      From 2001-2005, Republicans Shawn Nelson, Chris Norby, Mike Clesceri, and Leland Wilson were chums of the FPOA and received its blessings.

      Before you go lynch mobbing and witch hunting for libs, look in the mirror and point the fingers at your own reflections. Historically, the culture of corruption has evolved on your watch, not theirs.

      • #43 by Mazda Jill on December 1, 2012

        Left or Right, it doesnt matter because we’re getting fucked either way. Corruption always picks the winning side.

        • #44 by Cadillac Jack on December 2, 2012

          Elect Democrats and Green Party candidates to the Council for the next 15 years. Then, and only then, can a true comparison be made.

          • #45 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 27, 2012

            Democrat$ like Flory? 3@50? Redevelopment corporate welfare? Cronyism?

            Yeah just what we need 15 years of. Spoken like Pam Keller. Or Quirk’s ex-husband.

            • #46 by Fullerton Liver on December 27, 2012

              25 days later = slow-witted response. ZZzzz . . . snore.

              • #47 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 27, 2012

                Cadillac Jack, AKA Fullerton Liver, Shawn Quirk, et al. Get a life. Get something.

                • #48 by Bobby Ganoush on December 27, 2012

                  I have something. It’s called a career. Something you’ve never had.

      • #49 by The Fullerton Harpoon on December 27, 2012

        Too bad Republican doesn’t equal conservative. Clesceri and Wilson and the Three Dim Bulbs were as liberal as Quirk and Silva.

        • #50 by Fullerton Liver on December 27, 2012

          It took you, too, 25 days to think up a response. I can’t really call this a slow-witted one because herein is not a bit of wit. Just a dull retort, dimly lit.

          • #51 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 27, 2012

            Are you still here? Jesus, your a loser. Oh, wait. Jesus is number two.

            • #52 by Flaa Full on December 27, 2012

              Get a job, slob.

              • #53 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 28, 2012

                Heh heh. I knew it. Busted!!

        • #54 by Flaa Full on December 28, 2012

          “Too bad Republican doesn’t equal conservative.”

          Hmmm? The FFFF administrator posted this in an blog article on 8/12/12:

          “Last night the OC GOP Central Committee endorsed incumbent Fullerton City Councilmembers Bruce Whitaker and Travis Kiger for re-election in November.

          From a practical standpoint that’s good news for Whitaker and Kiger. The party still carries a lot of weight in Fullerton elections as demonstrated by Leland Wilson’s blow-out of Jan Flory in 2002, and even Pat McKinley’s razor-thin victory over Doug Chaffee in 2010.”

          Sounds to me like someone on this site likes the GOP.

          • #55 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 28, 2012

            Sort of racist, aren’t you. Know any Mexican jokes, besides the obvious one?

  10. #56 by Brandon on December 1, 2012

    And remember, Ramos would likely still be in jail awaiting trial if not for the efforts of Benjamin Lira. This is such a mockery of justice it’s not even funny. At least the cowards have to live with their consciences every day, if they in fact have any.

    • #57 by MICKEY HALLER on December 1, 2012

      Lira did not bail Ramos out. His parents did and no one else.

      • #58 by Ben Liras Ghost on December 1, 2012

        Not true. Donations paid half his bail. I know. I wrote them a check.

        • #59 by MICKEY HALLER on December 1, 2012

          No true, I wrote the check.

  11. #60 by Ben Liras Ghost on December 1, 2012

    Normal court process. Look at big dollar murder trials. OJ and others. They take years. This is normal. Both cops will get off though. Count on it now. No jail time. I know all.

    • #61 by MICKEY HALLER on December 1, 2012

      Both cops..there is three, what do you know.

  12. #62 by Gonzo, Esq. on December 1, 2012

    These things take a lot more time than people imagine. To be totally accurate, the defense asked for more time to prepare a response to the DA’s 100-page opposition brief. They are entitled to that by law.

    Patience, people. If a judge denied a reasonable request for a continuance at this point, it could constitute reversible error. We don’t want this conviction overturned on appeal.

    • #63 by Ben Liras Ghost on December 1, 2012

      Exactly. What do you think Gonzo? July August trial? Maybe later?

    • #64 by Greg Diamond on December 2, 2012

      Whoa! Someone here making sense!

      • #65 by Anonymous on December 2, 2012

        Did you ever get that pumpkin off your big fat ass?

        • #66 by Greg Diamond on December 2, 2012

          Wasn’t my ass. Got my pumpkin off the City Council, though!

          • #67 by Anonymous on December 3, 2012

            And put a witch on the city council that was 90% financed and directed by Barry Coffman’s union.

            I’m sure your parents are proud of you Greg.

            No one else though.

            • #68 by Greg Diamond on December 7, 2012

              Ghostly spirit, those were independent expenditures (at least by and large) and don’t bind her. She was useful as a means of getting Kiger off of the Council. If you think that she’s not her own woman, you should at least have better evidence.

              As for the smack talk, either get better at it or drop it.

          • #69 by Fred Alcazar on December 3, 2012

            I can’t wait for the post about Corporate Subsidized Quirk. Bought and paid for by the giants of corporate America!

            • #70 by Joe Sipowicz on December 3, 2012

              Patience, amigo. I’m working on that: how the giant unions and the giant corporations teamed up to launder money to Quirk, demonstrating that big business loves big government!

              • #71 by Greg Diamond on December 7, 2012

                And it will be a load of crap, too. Looking forward to debunking it!

      • #72 by Nomad on December 2, 2012

        Greg, a man your age, and clearly in such poor shape, unless you are a pear, ought be more concerned about getting right with God, of your choice, rather than subjecting your beard, to further embarassment. Shame on you, you grew up to be a schill.

        • #73 by Greg Diamond on December 2, 2012

          I can’t even understand what you’re saying. Thanks for the choice of Gods, though.

    • #74 by Gin Flurry on December 2, 2012

      What conviction? The DA will fumble it intentionally (he’s already started). There will be no civil trial because Dad will settle for a huge amount; Flory, Fitzgerald and Chaffee will agree to a huge amount to protect Danny and His Gang of Thugs.

      Dream on.

    • #75 by Shimon Mednel on December 3, 2012

      I would imagine any judge would grant any reasonible request for more time to prepare their case. The trial judge doesn’t want his his/her hand slapped on appeal. Anyway, the whole thing justice being denied is simple impatience by people with a very focused agenda – bring down the FPD. How about this for another legal cliche: the wheels of justice turn slowly.

      • #76 by mc satan's catharsis on December 3, 2012

        Its a 2 speed transmission-low gear for the power structure and high gear for us- the slaves

        • #77 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 3, 2012

          About 90% make a deal instead of going to trial.

          Not that many millionaires in America.

          • #78 by mc satan's catharsis on December 3, 2012

            Unless they are funded by the taxpayers or their insurance company (AIG) was bailed out by the taxpayers.

  13. #79 by Brandon on December 1, 2012

    @ Mickey: Do you really think Ramos’ parents had a million dollars lying around? I know you’re not that dumb.

    • #80 by Annonymous on December 1, 2012

      They didn’t put up a million.

    • #81 by Anonymous on December 2, 2012

      The more you comment the more stupid you sound. The bail was one million dollars, not the bond was one hundred thousand. His parents put that up.

      • #82 by Howard Hughes on December 2, 2012

        No, I wrote the check.

        • #83 by Donald Trump on December 2, 2012

          No, I wrote the check. And Coffman you’re fired!

          • #84 by Warren Buffet on December 2, 2012

            No, I wrote the check. It was a good investment.

            • #85 by Paul McCartney on December 2, 2012

              Bloody Bollocks! I’m the chap who wrote the check, mate!
              Live and let die.

              • #86 by John Doe on December 2, 2012

                Tax payers wrote the check. Not even a penny of FPOAs $650k account was used. Nice war chest boys.

                • #87 by Leland on December 2, 2012

                  Well it’s all gone now. See ya in 2014.

              • #88 by Vicente Fernandez on December 2, 2012

                Mentiras! Yo puse el cheque cabrones!
                Viva Mexico!

                • #89 by John Doe on December 2, 2012

                  Chupa?

  14. #90 by fullerton observer ... without the spin on December 1, 2012

    interesting to note from the grand jury transcripts that some of the witnesses were mentioned that were not even present that made the police look justified. Why the prosecution presented a taxi driver saying that he saw Kelly hit an officer that wasn’t even present but refused to bring in a witness that saw the officer who specifically infliceted facial injuries is beyond me. It only makes me feel skeptical as to who will help those officers the most on there quest for exoneration, the defence… or the prosecution team?

  15. #91 by Nomad on December 2, 2012

    C’mon minnie haller!

    • #92 by MICKEY HALLER on December 2, 2012

      Where is my Minnie?

  16. #93 by ricky on December 2, 2012

    Brandon :
    @ Mickey: Do you really think Ramos’ parents had a million dollars lying around? I know you’re not that dumb.

    THE FPD SHAKEDOWN FUND HAS IT AND IT WILL GROW ONCE THIS KELLY THOMAS INCIDENT IS DROPPED BY THE DAs OFFICE. AFTER THE HOLIDAYS IT WILL BE SQUASHED. THE DA IS WAITING FOR HIS XMAS PRESENT FROM THE BOYS.

  17. #94 by Nomad on December 2, 2012

    Dammit” Omal, Skraw… Minnie Haller my girlfriend said not to work myself up over a punk like you, she said “Que no valez verga!” but I stood up for you, Minnie, I told her ” Que si, valez verga!” (sp) You have a nice day Skrawneey!

    • #95 by John Doe on December 2, 2012

      Why is everyone Omal? Can’t us with opposite opinions be someone else like Danny?

  18. #96 by AntiCorruptionUnit on December 2, 2012

    AntiCorruptionUnit :
    LOL, I’ll buy a cop like you a beer who won’t hide behind the keyboard.
    I bet your a fat ass who hasn’t seen his toes in years but thinks you should produce and direct the next Rambo movie.
    I am sure the next cop that steps up for whatever reason will be a pussy too? That’s all you crooks in blue have at this time to defend you shit is the keyboard. SAD!!!!!
    You need to get the sand out of your mangina before you go 10-8.
    If it falls into your hamburger, you’ll cry about that too.

    This comment was for skull service.

    • #97 by JOHN DOE on December 2, 2012

      Hey, you are not John Doe, I am John Doe. Get the hell out of here impostor.

  19. #98 by Anonymous on December 2, 2012

    Was glad to see that you caught on this morning. Post please.

  20. #99 by Justice for Kelly on December 3, 2012

    Kelly’s case needs to be taken out of Orange County. It is impossible for there to be justice with all of the intertwined relationships.
    All of them need to be tried in a place where they have no connections and there is no temptation by anyone to manipulate the situation.
    Think about it, Chief Sellers and Rackauckas are buddies.

    • #100 by MICKEY HALLER on December 3, 2012

      So were Judge Walter Schwarm and T-Rack. And he went with the DA. So It doesnt matter.

  21. #101 by Nothing is done right. on December 3, 2012

    • #102 by Joe Sipowicz on December 3, 2012

      Yes, he “hired them all.”

  22. #104 by I Know What You Did Last Summer on December 28, 2012

    Bobby Ganoush :
    I have something. It’s called a career. Something you’ve never had.

    Fixating on a blog is not a career Shawn!!

  23. #105 by I Know What You Did last Summer on December 28, 2012

    Fullerton Crapper :
    Everyone is O’Malley that’s on the cop side. Duh! Next!

    Fullerton Crapper :
    Everyone is O’Malley that’s on the cop side. Duh! Next!

    Fullerton Crapper :
    Everyone is O’Malley that’s on the cop side. Duh! Next!

    Fullerton Crapper :
    Everyone is O’Malley that’s on the cop side. Duh! Next!

    How much did ya cost Pomona on that one Crapper?

    BTW, perfect name for yourself!!

  24. #106 by Simmons on December 1, 2012

    Funny. If ture, good for Tony. We need more like him in this country.

    I like the idea also. Citizens of Fullerton should test the cops like this at least one a week.

    Maybe even pull a “peek” prank or “air spray can” prank and see what happens.

    Could get some good footage.

    http://youtu.be/N7TzPEYci_w

    http://youtu.be/jnLqcm-GpmI

  25. #107 by Barry'd in the sand on December 1, 2012

    The FPD has to be disbanded because of juvenile schoolyard bullshit like this.

    You guys cannot just put on a uniform and do your jobs, no you have to stalk people and write up little rambling posts on the internet as if that is supposed to scare them.

    “Duuuuhhhh we watched you and now you’re scared! Duhhhhhh!!!!” …c’mon! Grow the fuck up!

  26. #108 by MCSATANS GLORY on December 1, 2012

    Hormone Replacement Therapy. :)

  27. #109 by Nomad on December 2, 2012

    Too bad for you, now everyone, not just “Tiny” and “Travis” know you are an idiot.

  28. #110 by Fullerton Lover on December 2, 2012

    “Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom”

    Thomas Jefferson

  29. #111 by AntiCorruptionUnit on December 2, 2012

    LOL, I’ll buy a cop like you a beer who won’t hide behind the keyboard.

    I bet your a fat ass who hasn’t seen his toes in years but thinks you should produce and direct the next Rambo movie.

    I am sure the next cop that steps up for whatever reason will be a pussy too? That’s all you crooks in blue have at this time to defend you shit is the keyboard. SAD!!!!!

    You need to get the sand out of your mangina before you go 10-8.

    If it falls into your hamburger, you’ll cry about that too.

  30. #112 by Nomad on December 2, 2012

    Oh shit!, mangina? Still LMMFAO!

  31. #113 by Skull Abuse. on December 2, 2012

    I just pictured licking a mangina. Yum.

  32. #114 by Jack Smith on December 2, 2012

    Lesson 1 for Ron Thomas.

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