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Danny says you are either ignorant or misinformed!!!

Danny says you are either ignorant or misinformed!!!

Friends, last week we received the following e-mail from some guy who ran afoul of the fine fellows who make up the FPD. The story’s a bit jangled but you’ll get the picture:

Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2013 1:46 PM
Subject: FPD

Hi Travis, I was recently arrested by the Fullerton PD. I had a professional recording device on my chest, which was recording for some time before I was stopped. There were 3 camera men and myself. We were basically trying to make a public reaction video. It shortly got out of hand. It was in broad daylight. The officers, myself and the camera man were all at the same intersection… All in plain site. I was eventually taken down, then an officer took my recording device and also an sd card from one of my camera men. I was the only one arrested, even though it was a group activity. I’m being charged with police obstruction, which has resulted in a hold on my employment. I’m also facing 100 days jail time. I’m a full time student and I work two jobs. I have no previous criminal record. No one got hurt, and we explained to the officers, what was going on. I feel like I’m being charged for something that shouldn’t have escalated this far.I also feel that they tampered with the audio… which apparently was 12 minutes long. I haven’t heard any one it.

They went through my cell phone, without any permission… 

They didn’t want to give me clean water…

I was shackled and handcuffed, while sitting in a holding cell.

I was held down by multiple officers, while handcuffed.  “Claiming I was resisting” 

The DA read my case report and was hysterical… The Public Defender was the same way.

“They were joking about it in the court room.” Obviously It was a ridiculous case.I plead not guilty to the charges, and I’m now awaiting the pre-trial.If you have any information for me or any questions, I would appreciate it.

Hmm. Is any part of this story true? Was anything left out? I don’t know, but I’d say the burden of proof now lies squarely on the doorstep of Danny Hughes’ Culture of Corruption.

And now for a recap of this guy’s claims:

1. Likely peaceful situation escalated into a dangerous situation by undertrained or malevolent Fullerton cops. Check.

2. Citizen roughed up. Check.

3. Citizen told to stop resisting. Check.

4. Citizen thrown into jail, mistreated. Check.

5. Citizen’s recording devices confiscated without warrant; illegal search and seizure of evidence. Check.

6. Citizen being prosecuted for getting in the way of the cops. Check.

7. “Truthy” Fullerton cops to be called as witness in order to lock up citizen? Check.

Yes, I do believe I’ve seen this show before, starring Kelly Thomas, Trevor Clarke, Veth Mam, Edward Quinonez, Emanuel Martinez; and of course also the men and women of the Fullerton Police Department.

Good luck, dude. My advice is to go to the next City Council meeting and find out what your Police Oversight Commission can do for you.

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  1. #1 by Ron M. on February 18, 2013

    Fullerton would be the perfect city if their police would stop breaking the law. It wouldn’t hurt if they had a few marijuana dispensaries either. Looks like the cops could use some themselves.

  2. #2 by AntiCorruptionUnit on February 18, 2013

    It’s a real possibility Joe, but the first paragraph doesn’t say much. I mean NOTHING that anyone could wrap their arms around.

    In obstruction cases generally one is in close proximity to the cop(s), so the question is how close was this guy to the cop(s) what was he doing or saying, what was the verbal interactions prior to getting arrested, how many times was he warned, etc, etc,

    The guy doesn’t even comment on what should be on that tape that he claims was tampered with.

    If I was on the city council and he showed up saying this I’d go, “sir you have alot more to tell me before I can act on this”.

    So maybe you should contact him or have him come back in here and give A LOT more details.

    The WHO,WHAT,WHEN,WHERE, and WHY is missing from this issue in many ways.

  3. #3 by Joe Sipowicz on February 18, 2013

    ACU, you are quite correct in every detail. The guy wanted his story out so we published it as received. I expect more facts will emerge as the prosecution is pursued by out outstanding justice system.

    We may be able to coax more out of him – such as: what is a “public reaction video?”

  4. #4 by van get it da artiste on February 18, 2013

    Fullerton Police Chief Hughes will quickly fix his force’s pattern of brutality towards fullerton’s community by calling in Rusty Kennedy, executive director of the Orange County Human Relations Commission to give Fullerton PD sensitivity sessions to people who are standing on public streets .
    When Fullerton Police Chief Pat McKinley’s cops were brutalizing the public, Rusty Kennedy twice gave Pat McKinley and his police force awards for their “exemplary” police-community relations in 1999 and again in 2008.

  5. #5 by van get it da artiste on February 18, 2013

    “public reaction video?” an experiment to test out a hypothesis that Fullerton PD routinely engage in brutal tactics to enforce the law?

  6. #6 by Bavis Darber on February 18, 2013

    This is just an example of unprofessional journalism. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

  7. #7 by AntiCorruptionUnit on February 18, 2013

    Joe Sipowicz :
    ACU, you are quite correct in every detail. The guy wanted his story out so we published it as received. I expect more facts will emerge as the prosecution is pursued by out outstanding justice system.
    We may be able to coax more out of him – such as: what is a “public reaction video?”

    That’s good to know Joe. THANKS!!!

    You know I have talked my share of smack about police corruption but this guy is WAY off the mark, SO FAR.

    ONE STRIKE against him out of the gate.

    I have to ask myself did this guy and his crew go out intentially and play some silly games with FPD?

    If he did, I’d say he was behind the learning curve from “minute 1″.

    When you play “sting operation” with the po-po if that was his intent, YOU better damn sure know the rules of the game PRIOR to stepping into the lions den.

    At first glance I ask, will this guy change his story once he realizes he came up SHORT, hmmm, the same thing the cops get accused of frequently these days.

    Gotta call it like I see it.

  8. #8 by Proposal 4 A Police Commission on February 18, 2013

  9. #9 by Joe Sipowicz on February 18, 2013

    I wouldn’t be too judgmental on his statement. It’s obvious that writing a narrative isn’t the man’s forte. I remember how the trolls tried to pick apart the details of Trevor Clarke’s case a couple of years ago. That was right before the Kelly Thomas murder, an event that ripped away the benefit of the doubt goodwill previously enjoyed by Coffman & Co.

  10. #10 by AntiCorruptionUnit on February 18, 2013

    I hear you Joe and agree in part.

    I might add that with all that has happened in the last couple years, I might have come out of the gate with something that had some teeth.

    Yes sir the trolls, lost count of the wars with them.

    I have learned that coming on HARD with most of the primary facts OUT OF THE GATE is causing them grief.

    Just one strategy of course.

  11. #11 by FFFF Doesn't Like Facts on February 18, 2013

    Vague allegations? Check.

    No names of witnesses given? Check.

    Failure of FFFF to investigate baseless allegations before publishing? Check.

    This so-called victim should be able to give you copies of the police report, the recordings seized, the dispatch tapes, the 911 recording, the original call log, recordings made by the officers on scene, etc. He’s entitled to all of that to defend his case. Instead you irresponsibly publish without verifying anything.

  12. #12 by Stanley Fiala on February 18, 2013

    Where is your Mayor Bruce Whitaker’s public statement about this?

    It is customary that the Mayor would either condone or condemn FPD behavior.

    Obviously, the Mayor Bruce Whitaker is no show because he is busy chatting with convicted felon from the Orange Juice Blog.

    http://www.orangejuiceblog.com/2013/02/remembering-gus-ayer-and-keeping-his-spirit-alive/comment-page-1/#comment-403877

    O’h, I forgot that the left liberal socialist Whitaker would consider comrade Vern to be a bad dude as are his police officers.

    It is clear that the FPD brutality is a product of your left liberal council lead by progressive socialist Mayor Whitaker.

  13. #13 by peanut on February 18, 2013

    Maybe he should ask for Jan Flory’s son to defend him!

  14. #14 by Stanley Fiala on February 18, 2013

    Or Greg Diamond aka Golem #256598

  15. #15 by Fullerton Lover on February 18, 2013

    Bruce Whitaker a left liberal socialist?

    How so?

    I though he was a member of the Republican Central Committee?

  16. #16 by Franklin on February 18, 2013

    Is it just me, or is Stanley on some heavy duty medication? his world is upside down and full of strangely disconnected conspiracy theories that make sense only if your reading comes from dime store sci-fi novels… he never, and I mean, NEVER brings anything to the table.

  17. #17 by Joe Sipowicz on February 18, 2013

    Um, yeah, but what if the stuff was stolen or destroyed. That happened right after Kelly Thomas was murdered by you guys. Check.

  18. #18 by The Fullerton Harpoon on February 18, 2013

    Quit yer cryin, flatfoot. We published the guy’s claim. Joe said he had no idea how much of it was accurate or what was missing.

    However, If I were you I’d start worrying about another civil lawsuit. And for God’s sake don’t put Hampton or Nguyen on that witness stand, if you know what I mean.

  19. #19 by Stanley Fiala on February 18, 2013

    If he would be the Republican he would be so friendly with Vern Nelson from OJB who is super-ultra-left-liberal-progressive-idiot.

    If it is the same Bruce Whitaker than he may be a RINO.

  20. #20 by Stanley Fiala on February 18, 2013

    “Is it just me, or is Stanley on some heavy duty medication?”………. Hmmmmm

    It is just you Franklin!

    Stop watching and reading comes from dime store sci-fi novels and maybe you will see something on the table.

  21. #21 by Really? on February 18, 2013

    Yes let’s get all that info from the cop PIO, always forthcoming!

  22. #22 by FFFF Doesn't Like Facts on February 18, 2013

    Did you even bother to confirm that this guy had actually been arrested, and if so, what the charges were?

    Yeah, thought so.

  23. #23 by Back THe Badge on February 18, 2013

    I’m betting he made the whole thing up just to embarrass our fine men and women in uniform who are out there everyday putting their lives on the line fighting street terrorism that we may sleep safely in our beds.

  24. #24 by Peaches on February 18, 2013

    pot calling the kettle black, sir?

  25. #25 by Peaches on February 18, 2013

    Speaking of lawsuits, does anyone know the back story behind the deceased person’s litigation to be discussed in Closed Session tomorrow?

  26. #26 by Jane H on February 18, 2013

    Learn to ignore him.

  27. #27 by AntiCorruptionUnit on February 18, 2013

    Stanley Fiala :
    Or Greg Diamond aka Golem #256598

    A rookie lawyer indeed.

  28. #28 by Just Two Days of Transients on February 18, 2013

    2/14 Transient Problem – A transient man just tried to take a woman’s purse at noon on 1035 W. Orangethorpe Avenue The victim told police he asked her for money, and when she said no, he grabbed her purse and called her some names.

    2/14 Transient Problem – A man inside the Amtrak station just pooped on a bench, and now he refuses to leave. The employee there referred to the incident as a “continual problem” at 11:28 a.m.

    2/15 Transient Problem – A Hispanic man keeps yelling at customers and threatening to his them on the 2200 block of W. Commonwealth Avenue at 5:55 p.m.

    2/15 Suspicious Person – A man dressed in black keeps asking people in PetSmart for money and following them to their cars if they ignore him on 1411 S. Harbor Blvd. at 6:02 p.m.

    2/15 Transient Problem – A man who continues to crawl under the loading dock on 312 N. Euclid Street to sleep returned though he’s been asked to leave a number of times. An employee, who asked police to move him along and then patrol the area for the next few days advised the man could be found underneath a pile of navy blankets under the dock.

    2/15 Transient Problem – A clerk says intoxicated transients are trying to take items without paying at the 7/11 on 301 S. Brookhurst Road at 1:19 a.m.

  29. #29 by Fred Alcazar on February 18, 2013

    “A man dressed in black keeps asking people in PetSmart for money and following them to their cars if they ignore him on 1411 S. Harbor Blvd. at 6:02 p.m.”

    Johnny Cash?

  30. #30 by Stanley Fiala on February 18, 2013

    “Learn to ignore him”……… Hmmmmm

    So you can become an ignorant (inoramus) like Jane H.

  31. #31 by Stanley Fiala on February 18, 2013

    Looks like Obama is testing his new tax hike proposal.

  32. #32 by Digging for clues & the truth on February 18, 2013

    Stanley Fiala you are a joke. Actually it is more likely you are off your meds.

    As for the story above, it is not complete I wish that the writer would add more detail.

  33. #33 by Brandon on February 18, 2013

    Why would anyone need to make things up to embarrass the FPD? They do a good enough job of that on their own.

  34. #34 by cg on February 18, 2013

    it was Zorro.

  35. #35 by http://stunninginteriordesign.webstarts.com/ on February 18, 2013

    I actually Think that article, “Hey, Wait A Minute!
    I

  36. #36 by cg on February 18, 2013

    Odd post!!!! Did you finish?

  37. #37 by cg on February 18, 2013

    “A man inside the Amtrak station just pooped on a bench, and now he refuses to leave. The employee there referred to the incident as a “continual problem”
    That is wrong, in so many ways. So I guess we need to put some porta-potties at the train station? Or a poop bag dispencer.
    Sorry I know it’s not funny….

  38. #38 by Wrong Guy Is on February 18, 2013

    LOL :)

  39. #39 by And on February 18, 2013

    And I wish Whitaker would get up off his ass and tell nelson where to stick his homeless shelter!!!!

  40. #40 by Swiss Cheese on February 18, 2013

    Let’s take a closer look at his claims, shall we?

    “I had a professional recording device on my chest, which was recording for some time before I was stopped. There were 3 camera men and myself.” “….an officer took my recording device and also an sd card from one of my camera men.”

    So where are the other two recordings?

    “I’m being charged with police obstruction, which has resulted in a hold on my employment.”

    In California, it is illegal for employers to ask applicants about arrests. They can only ask about convictions. The employer would not be able to find out about the arrest unless it was volunteered. He also claims that he works two jobs….so *both* employers put a hold on his employment?

    “I’m also facing 100 days jail time.”

    It’s a minor misdemeanor and he would not serve any jail time if he has the clean record that he claims.

    “The DA read my case report and was hysterical… The Public Defender was the same way.”

    The DA doesn’t file on many good cases, much less bad ones. I doubt this is true.

    “They didn’t want to give me clean water…”

    So they offered him dirty water? Toilet water?

    “They went through my cell phone, without any permission… “

    Currently legal if it was on him at the time of arrest.

    “If you have any information for me or any questions, I would appreciate it.”

    Obviously there are a lot of questions. I don’t suppose you attempted to ask?

  41. #41 by van get it da artiste on February 18, 2013

    Its a blog site, not journalism, its opinions

  42. #42 by Anon on February 18, 2013

    Exactly what I was thinking Swiss Cheese. Someone who is arrested for felony domestic violence with priors doesn’t even get 100 days in jail. If found guilty, this guy would pay a fine.

  43. #43 by karma on February 18, 2013

    My hope is he already has.

  44. #44 by Swiss Cheese on February 18, 2013

    By the way…..remember this hype, David Tovar? Lil Psycho, Casper, Smokey, Shooter, Lil Penis, or whatever his gang name was?

    http://www.fullertonsfuture.org/2012/did-david-tovar-get-up-messed-up-by-fullerton-cops

    Maybe you could do your civic duty and turn him in to FPD or OCSD. He never showed up for his court date on 9/24/12 for resisting, and he’s got a $5,000 warrant.

    Oh, and he never found an attorney to represent him. Not even Garo would touch him.

    Another fine baseless story by FFFF.

  45. #45 by Gonzo, Esq. on February 18, 2013

    Not clear from his post, but it sounds like he’s accused of PC 148(a)(1). That is defined as “wasting a cop’s time”. A person can be guilty of wasting a cop’s time even if they aren’t breaking any other laws.

    Also not clear where he got the “100 days in jail” figure. PC 148(a)(1) is punishable by up to 1 year in jail.

  46. #46 by hmmm on February 18, 2013

    so whats your point? That we need a homeless shelter?

  47. #47 by Genoaco report on February 18, 2013

    One of the recomendations of the Genaco report is that police officers would involve themselves in the community they work. Communicating with the public in a positive way while on duty is an area that still begs improvement.Officers on the street don’t appear to be interacting in a positive way accept with themselves, where you might see about 4 squad cars gathered in one spot talking among themselves & giving an itimidating stare down if you happen to glance in thier direction while walking by.The 2 motorcycle officers who regularly patrol the downtown are the most in need of training; who are extreemly aggressive and radiate an attitude of arragance and smart remarks if you happen to engage conversation with them while on the beat.

  48. #48 by Jurnalist on February 19, 2013

    Stanley Fiala :“Learn to ignore him”……… Hmmmmm
    So you can become an ignorant (inoramus) like Jane H.

    i adore jane, stanley I just pass on by, he and greg- are in love and watching ther love fest is disturbing get a room already.

  49. #49 by Jurnalist on February 19, 2013

    Swiss Cheese :By the way…..remember this hype, David Tovar? Lil Psycho, Casper, Smokey, Shooter, Lil Penis, or whatever his gang name was?
    http://www.fullertonsfuture.org/2012/did-david-tovar-get-up-messed-up-by-fullerton-cops
    Maybe you could do your civic duty and turn him in to FPD or OCSD. He never showed up for his court date on 9/24/12 for resisting, and he’s got a $5,000 warrant.
    Oh, and he never found an attorney to represent him. Not even Garo would touch him.
    Another fine baseless story by FFFF.

    Not even garo would touch him, I bet ron did the recon- O garo, he is not white- OOO Im not standing by his family…Ron- get a fucking hair cut mullet- and seriously stop walking around with that abused woman on oxycodon, its sick.

  50. #50 by Jane H on February 19, 2013

    O.k., now that is strange.

  51. #51 by And on February 19, 2013

    Maybe he’s dead.

  52. #52 by anonymous #2 on February 19, 2013

    There has got to be more to this story.

  53. #53 by Greg Diamond on February 19, 2013

    Yeah — a rookie since 2003.

  54. #54 by Greg Diamond on February 19, 2013

    I’ll say. It’s unrequited on my part.

  55. #55 by Greg Diamond on February 19, 2013

    For all I know (and I’m not looking into it too deeply) he could have a case. He should seek out a criminal defense lawyer who could interview him in depth — including asking questions about what’s left out of this description. It’s hard to assess its merit from just what’s presented.

  56. #56 by AntiCorruptionUnit on February 19, 2013

    Then have the State Bar change that, it says 2008, hence the rookie.

  57. #57 by AntiCorruptionUnit on February 19, 2013

    Hell I don’t want to be accused of giving out bogus info, soooooooo!

    Status History For Mr. Diamond.

    Effective Date

    Status Change

    Present

    Active

    6/4/2008

    Admitted to The State Bar of California

    Explanation of member status

    Feel free to add to your resume.

  58. #58 by Paladin on February 19, 2013

    It never happened.

  59. #59 by Anonymous on February 19, 2013

    He practiced in New York before 2008.

  60. #60 by John Ehrlichman on February 19, 2013

    These brainless fucking pukes don’t know what they want. Especially that idiot cg.

  61. #61 by Jane H on February 19, 2013

    Proposal for a Fullerton Police Commission
    February 17, 2013

    http://fullertonrag.com/2013/02/17/proposal-for-a-fullerton-police-commission/

  62. #62 by James Carville on February 19, 2013

    This email sounds like a public servant just tryin’ to have a little fun. I could be wrong, too.

  63. #63 by truthseeker on February 19, 2013

    Did this person also allege that they smashed the DAR’s while they were at it?

  64. #64 by ACU Meds on February 19, 2013

    Damn ACU. You are still spouting your medicated delirious rants here at FFFF huh? No one else will listen so you stick to the 10 people here everyday staring at each other? I figured with all your expertise and experience you would have sound someone to listen to you. Guess not. See ya at the SlideBar buddy. :-)

  65. #65 by ACU Meds on February 19, 2013

    He’s a lying criminal. Prolly found God and is now locked up again telling his mom he’s innocent. Standard cycle. Next?

    :-)

  66. #66 by ACU Meds on February 19, 2013

    Exactly. Garo knew no money and lies. Kicked him out. Plus Garo is wasting tons of time with mullet Ron just to get his 50%.

    Oink :-)

  67. #67 by ACU Meds on February 19, 2013

    Lol funny. I thought bush man was making them take paycuts and pension decreases and going Sheriffs? Whoops. Wasted that million. Lol

    :(

  68. #68 by ACU Meds on February 19, 2013

    Over and out. Lunch at the SlideBar is over. Time to write some tickets. Ya know revenue right?

    Catch ya on the backside.

    :-)

  69. #69 by truthseeker on February 19, 2013

    Are you 10-8? Go to blue.

  70. #70 by ACU Meds on February 19, 2013

    I’m on blue. Listen. Hear that?

  71. #71 by truthseeker on February 19, 2013

    10-4 copy that T

  72. #72 by Anonymous on February 19, 2013

    Omalley go get a life in your own city. Doesn’t pomona have enough problems to keep you busy?

    copy this.

  73. #74 by Angelo on February 19, 2013

    HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
    Thank god the bad apples on the FPD were sentenced to lifetime DISABILITY PENSIONS. I hope they rot away on their PALTRY LIFETIME PENSIONS. HA HA HA
    JUSTICE HAS ARRIVED IN FULLERTON THANK GOD

  74. #75 by cg on February 19, 2013

    We already have one. Also, some like to camp at the library. Which they are allowed to do.

  75. #76 by cg on February 19, 2013

    Let help you “puck”… so angry…..

  76. #77 by Greg Diamond on February 19, 2013

    Thanks for saving me the trouble of explaining it.

  77. #78 by Greg Diamond on February 19, 2013

    May be so. I try not to pre-judge, though. Then again, I don’t do crim defense.

  78. #79 by cg on February 19, 2013

    Jane, is this going to be real? Or just made up of people that are going to cover up? I would like to see only real Fullerton residents. Anyone with City of Fullerton politics, unions, on other commissions, will not be allowed. Then maybe.

  79. #80 by Stanley's Fiala's Motto on February 19, 2013

    ” I always say that there is no greater joy,

    than a fat-bottomed boy!

  80. #81 by Peaches on February 19, 2013

    They worked side jobs; they will rake in money from those – security consultants, K-9 training, balloon companies (seriously), masonry, contractors, bla bla bla

  81. #82 by Latest Update on February 19, 2013

    A Community Meeting regarding the Emergency Shelter and Multi-Service Center is scheduled for Monday, March 11, 2013 at 6:30 pm at the Fullerton Main Public Library located at 353 W. Commonwealth Ave. in Fullerton.

    http://www.cityoffullerton.com/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=1553

  82. #83 by Stanley Fiala on February 19, 2013

    With the oversize butt plug.

  83. #84 by simmons on February 20, 2013

    There are lots of “holes” in the story that need more detail. Would be nice to see at least one video from at least one of the three guys taking video.

    In any event, the past corruption of the FPD and those connected to same means any story of abuse, no matter how unlikely, needs to be considered.

    I believe the best response to take the FPD’s pensions (an other government employees).

    Does the below sound familiar?

    Huge pensions for retired government workers can be found from small municipalities to national governments on both sides of the Atlantic. There is a reason. For elected officials, pensions are virtually the ideal thing to spend money on, politically speaking. Many kinds of spending of the taxpayers’ money win votes from the recipients. But raising taxes to pay for this spending loses votes from the taxpayers. Pensions offer a way out of this dilemma for politicians.

    Creating pensions that offer generous retirement benefits wins votes in the present by promising spending in the future. Promises cost nothing in the short run — and elections are held in the short run, long before the pensions are due.

    http://www.creators.com/opinion/thomas-sowell.html

  84. #86 by Steve Brow on February 20, 2013

    A man playing with video and audio recorders who can not organize his thoughts in writing? Sounds like a dangerous situation to me!

  85. #87 by Spun on February 20, 2013

    Shameless Task Force- where do I get one of those pins?

  86. #88 by Steve Brow on February 20, 2013

    “See ya at the slidebar” indicates you know little about ACU.

  87. #89 by Jane H on February 20, 2013

    “Jane, is this going to be real?”

    I have no idea, but it should be.

  88. #90 by Hospital Discharge for Homeless Comes With Bus Pass on February 20, 2013

  89. #91 by RIGHT WING on February 20, 2013

    That PD will back up their officers. Not like FPD who threw their officers under the bus for doing their job. But they will have their day in court. And after they get acquitted FPD will eat crow and loose a lot of money.

  90. #92 by You can't make this stuff up. on February 20, 2013

    for doing what job?

  91. #93 by RIGHT WING on February 20, 2013

    Protecting and serving stupid. How did the officers know if he was armed or not. He was just burglarizing cars. If they would of let him run and he killed somebody down the road, the officers would have gotten in trouble for letting him go. So you see dumbs shit. They are damn if they do and damn if they don’t. And in this case Ron Thomas hit the jack pot.

  92. #94 by Stanley Fiala on February 20, 2013

    Greg Diamond :
    I’ll say. It’s unrequited on my part.

    Unfortunately, you start a discussion on your fucking OJB and then you print only your crapola and not mine response to it.

    As a medical fact, http://www.jewishgeneticdiseases.org/jewish-genetic-diseases/, you may be carrier of about 35 identified and testable genetic disorders so you may be gross DNA polluter of the human green DNA pool therefore your insufficient intelligence quotient has genetic background.

    http://www.orangejuiceblog.com/2013/02/early-morning-spree-killing-in-oc-follows-ladera-ranch-carjacking/comment-page-1/#comment-404335

  93. #95 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    1) He didn’t have a shirt

    2) They took and searched his bag

    3) He was under observation for at least 20 minutes

    4) He never made an attempt to flee until threatened with violence

    5) They were hardly damned if they didn’t kill the man.

    6) Shit is dumb. Dumbs is a word that shitty people say.

  94. #96 by DUH! on February 20, 2013

    It’s “lose” not “loose” loser.

  95. #97 by PTSD on February 20, 2013

    You think your Fullerton boys have the exclusve on murdering the disabled? Ha!

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/man-down-syndrome-loved-police-died-police-custody-183111733.html

  96. #98 by Fullerton Citizen on February 20, 2013

    Please post the videos and stills from the photographers that were not arrested.

  97. #99 by Spectator on February 20, 2013

    He wasn’t murdered. Get over it.

  98. #100 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    Uh oh. Someone is getting butt hurt because the DA doesn’t agree.

  99. #101 by Spectator on February 20, 2013

    He had pants. Could conceal a weapon.
    He said the F word more than 10 times. Why is ok for him?
    Exactly they tried for over twenty minutes to get his name.
    He got up cause he was an idiot and didn’t want to cooperate.
    He ran and turned around and sucker punched Wolfe. The poor week man.
    They didn’t kill. He was a diseased person that was on his last breath already. Like Jones said, I’ve seen worst injuries on the battlefield. Listen to the voice of reasoning.
    I agree shitty people like you.

  100. #102 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    If it was your son, you would think differently! Accept the facts, Kelly was murdered!

  101. #103 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    If they were worried about a weapon in his pants, they could have frisked him. Hell, they could have had them take them off. He probably would have.

    It’s OK for him because he has a 1st ammendment right to say it and didn’t take an oath to protect and serve.

    He gave them the correct name at the 5 minute mark. Ramos even repeated it.

    He got up because Ramos was about to murder him.

    Wolfe is a sucker. He didn’t get punched. It’s spelled w-e-e-k you ignorant piece of shit.

    Jones hasn’t seen a battlefield in 40 years. He never saw Kelly or his injuries. He looked at some photos and that’s it. Of course they killed him. He’s dead, dipshit. Died of fat cop.

    Enjoy that special cold circle of hell.

  102. #104 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    W-E-A-K. That’s too funny.

  103. #105 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 20, 2013

    What to expect!!!

    Guy works 2 jobs, hes pissed, he is not stupid enough to not get a lawyer.

    Hes gonna try his damndest to get a sweet settlement. Thats how it works in this city. The Tijuana Alcohol Festival of the North.

    I dont see them having enough money to not take a different tact when dealing with “ALL” citizens.

    It can be real simple, when confronting citizens and visitors, be as careful as always, but afford them the respect and rights afforded Mc Kinley, or Sasha and Maleah Obama.

    If this is bogus, it would be a first for this site, News and papers survive with bad facts, Blogs cant.

  104. #106 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 20, 2013

    Even in the most complex engineering keeping it simple is a priority.

    K.I.S.S. = Keep It Simple Stupid!!!

  105. #107 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 20, 2013

    See you in 2014!!!

  106. #108 by And on February 20, 2013

    He ran and turned around and sucker punched Wolfe.

    Really? How come that didn’t show up on the video?

  107. #109 by And on February 20, 2013

    Jones NEVER saw a battlefield. Chicken Colonel never left the military hospital in Hoonoolooloo.

  108. #110 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    Oh, right . . . because it didn’t happen.

    “I got sucker punched by an emaciated homeless guy after I hit him with a stick! Feel bad for me!”

  109. #111 by streets on February 20, 2013

    Does anyone know the final outcome on the water refund measure? Has it been continued? Is the total amount going to be refunded like the prior city council voted?

  110. #112 by Stanley Fiala on February 20, 2013

    Will the coward Esq. Diamond send me summons or not.

    I have the webpage ready http://diamond-vs-fiala.ocsatire.com/

    Bring on your threats.

  111. #113 by Anonymous on February 20, 2013

    No, sortof, no.

  112. #114 by Greg Diamond on February 21, 2013

    Why would I? It’s not a tort to write what you wrote about Jews polluting the gene pool and such. After giving people a taste of your writing I’m just not publishing any more of it.

    By the way, I wouldn’t click that link even if I were using your computer. Let that be a general warning.

  113. #115 by Spun on February 21, 2013

    Spectator :He had pants. Could conceal a weapon.He said the F word more than 10 times. Why is ok for him?Exactly they tried for over twenty minutes to get his name.He got up cause he was an idiot and didn’t want to cooperate.He ran and turned around and sucker punched Wolfe. The poor week man.They didn’t kill. He was a diseased person that was on his last breath already. Like Jones said, I’ve seen worst injuries on the battlefield. Listen to the voice of reasoning.I agree shitty people like you.

    he had pants on- well thats steller-
    he could of had a weapon-could of? But didnt?
    Ramos and Wolfe could have been cops- right then- but chose to be- thugs with a badge- becuase what Jeanette Di Marco and her pals thought – nice and for all we can get rid of kelly- but that is ok? Wow- no wonder this city is going to hell in a hand basket- the entire town is boot licking money making trolls, yeah for fullerton.

  114. #116 by Spun on February 21, 2013

    If kelly wasnt murdered- then where is he? Just like Goodrich’s wasteline- where is it?

  115. #117 by Spun on February 21, 2013

    RIGHT WING :Protecting and serving stupid. How did the officers know if he was armed or not. He was just burglarizing cars. If they would of let him run and he killed somebody down the road, the officers would have gotten in trouble for letting him go. So you see dumbs shit. They are damn if they do and damn if they don’t. And in this case Ron Thomas hit the jack pot.

    Dumb shit—-spoken like a shitty badged thug from the toker town. We call them clowns.

  116. #118 by Spun on February 21, 2013

    And :He ran and turned around and sucker punched Wolfe.
    Really? How come that didn’t show up on the video?

    I wished he woulda nailed that wolfe with his own baton, Wolfe sucker punched kelly…and you cant handle the truth- Kelly was lucid and said…start swinging..20 bux says none of these badge vaginas would have done a freaking thing on their own- not one good cop huh? all got to be pussies, speaking of pussies- was the MS walker pussy the reaked up city hall, alot of miles on that thing, or was that dannys lip I smelled with jan florys residue on it? Ha ha I dont know what is funnier, the cops or the hill dwellers, and vixen volunteer mr ed, I mean KKKKelller. ANd can anyone tell me why Prick ALvarez is relevant?

  117. #119 by Gonzo, Esq. on February 21, 2013

    I do.

    Tony, please give this guy my contact info. I’d be happy to talk to him for a sec.

  118. #120 by truthseeker on February 21, 2013

    “the entire town is boot licking money making trolls, yeah for fullerton” -I might add also with consciences seared with a hot iron.

  119. #121 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    Yeah he could of had a weapon, but didn’t. I guess they are suppose to be clairvoyant also. So what do you want them to make minimum wages like you. Why don’t you stand arm and protect. Yeah, I thought so. Don’t have the guts.

  120. #122 by Limericksan on February 21, 2013

    6 authority figures gang bashing a man to death….and some of you are defending this?

  121. #123 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    I can handle the truth cause I know the truth. You dont! Where in the video does it show six officer piled on smelly Kelly? You dont cause it’s not there. 20 bucks is that all you have cheap bastard. If you were smelling Danny’s lips. You were probably in Jan Flory’s crotch yourself. As I sit here and watch the funeral of Officer Mckay and last week of Officer Crain, I am happy to say how much officers are loved and only hated by 10 people on this blog.

  122. #124 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    Another homeless person saying six officers were bashing smelly Kelly. What a laugh.

  123. #125 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    I would like to see you walk down Tokers Town. You would shit your pants. Sissy!!

  124. #126 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    He died cause he wanted to take his own life. Diseased infected alcoholic and drug addict. Why dont you ask his parents? His mother started him on drugs and his father turned his back on him. Blame them.

  125. #127 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    My son wouldn’t be disrespectful to the police or would walk around eating out of trash cans or begging for money. I wouldn’t have started my son on drugs or turned my back on him. How about you?

  126. #128 by silly on February 21, 2013

    hey he has pants on, there could be a weapon…lets beat him to death to be safe.

  127. #129 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    The DA is using me, you and everyone. I guess you don’t get it.

  128. #130 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    Just like you dont see on the video all six officers piled on smelly Kelly. You see what you want to see.

  129. #131 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    Yeah, where did you get your source. O.C Weekly?

  130. #132 by Anonymous on February 21, 2013

    BAC: 0

    Illicit drugs in system: None.

    Blame the cops who killed him and the jackasses who defend them.

  131. #133 by Anonymous on February 21, 2013

    We want brains who protect.

    Not guts.

    Guts are for pigs. Brains are for law enforcement.

  132. #134 by Anonymous on February 21, 2013

    He’d just beat someone with a taser to death, right?

  133. #135 by Anonymous on February 21, 2013

    I get you’re a wank. What else is there?

  134. #136 by Anonymous on February 21, 2013

    No one here hates cops. Take your hate for the public elsewhere.

  135. #137 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    No blame the parents who ignored him. I didnt say he had drugs in his system. READ!

  136. #138 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    So I guess you dont have brains. I can tell.

  137. #139 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    Yep that happens.

  138. #140 by HUH? on February 21, 2013

    Really?? You must be new to this blog. Welcome to the jungle.

  139. #141 by truthseeker on February 21, 2013

    truth

  140. #142 by Anonymous on February 21, 2013

    You also can’t use an apostrophe.

    I think blaming the cops who beat him to death is sufficient. I’m throwing you in just because you deserve it.

  141. #143 by Stanley Fiala on February 21, 2013

    “Let that be a general warning”……….. Hmmmmm

    Now he is generally threatening to harm any one who will seek the truth.

    What is next?

    I hope that this Esq. Diamond character who may carry about 35 different genetic disorders – may be mental, has no gun nor assault rifle.

    It usually start like this, seeing the shadows of Hitler and anti-Semites everywhere, especially being in a company of the convicted felon.

  142. #144 by streets of fullerton on February 21, 2013

    hey heres a good topic to cover for this blog.
    I recently picked up a fullerton newspaper at city hall that has a story on the front page about how our 7 million payout is going to cost this city the next 20 years paying it off. It has a picture of Cathy Thomas. What a cheap shot. What about the “Six-million-dollar scam!”That payout to the homeowners on Euclid accounts for the majority of the city liablility payouts http://imm.io/WYIC and is laughable.(City Manager Joe Felz said the City will pay $6 million to 22 homeowners a settlement agreement after the their properties were damaged by a slope widening project.) Not only is it clearly visible that a small trail expansion at the base of this hill has nothing to do with the hillside collapse after a week of heavy rain, any one who lived in fullerton all thier life will tell you this hillside has always been sliding and draped in plastic from the time the developement started.http://i.imm.io/WYKK.png
    http://i.imm.io/WYKZ.png

  143. #145 by streets of fullerton on February 21, 2013

    Privacy concerns.People opposed to the new homeless shelter site the proximity to local schools. One nice thing is that the nearby elementary school has entrance access up on commonwealth which is not in close proximity of the shelter. If there were a problem with unwanted traffic on walnut some privacy slats could be used on the chain link fence like the school on Beach blvd. near the octa 143 bus turnaround location.
    http://i.imm.io/WYP4.png
    Across street at high school http://i.imm.io/WYNP.png

  144. #146 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 21, 2013

    Impulsive, short sighted, self centered, ignorant decisions have a price, thats why they ran out of money. :(

  145. #147 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 21, 2013

    Union dominated cronyism, fails all the time, but they pay for seats.

  146. #148 by van get it da artiste on February 22, 2013

    so the homeless man may poop on the benches there? so what is your point?

  147. #149 by Fullerton to study transit line from downtown to CSUF on February 22, 2013

  148. #150 by reasonable person on February 22, 2013

    I am so tired of seeing bums everywhere I go in Fullerton. They are multiplying like gremlins. That guys who stands in front of the post office on Pomona and commonwealth begging for money while he smokes cigarette after cigarette is especially annoying. The city needs to pass a law making it illegal to “camp ” within city limits before its too late. Fullerton used to be nice but now its going to shit. I don’t blame the police if they just ignore the homeless problem after the bs protests. Goodbye Fullerton. You had a nice run till the bleating hearts came around.

  149. #151 by van get it da artiste on February 22, 2013

    I wonder if the person you described is a resident of one of the board and care homes in that area?

  150. #152 by reasonable person on February 22, 2013

    Nope. Unless the board and care doesn’t have a shower. He is homeless.

  151. #153 by Anonymous on February 22, 2013

    The story is a crock of shit just like FFFF.

  152. #154 by Anonymous on February 22, 2013

    Admin,

    Most of your regular commenter’s range from silly to stupid but this Stanley Fiala is also racists and hateful. You should have done a better job and deleted his above comments regarding Jews. Unless of course, Admin, you are Stanley Fiala?

  153. #155 by Anonymous on February 22, 2013

    “I don’t blame the police if they just ignore the homeless problem after the bs protests”.

    Do you think that we would should have just looked the other way when the police murdered a homeless person in our town square?

  154. #156 by Anonymous on February 22, 2013

    Coffman! Thanks for stopping by! See ya in court!

  155. #157 by "Beefcake" Barry or is it "Cartman Coffman"? on February 22, 2013

  156. #158 by a non mem on February 22, 2013

    Bleating hearts…baa…is that worse than a bleeding heart?

  157. #159 by John Ehrlichman on February 22, 2013

    Huh?

  158. #160 by Stanley Fiala on February 22, 2013

    Next time use your own name Esq. Diamond!

  159. #161 by Stanley Fiala on February 22, 2013

    The point is Esq. Diamante that if you talk about the issues which involve certain race it will be, by the definition racist.

    So that is an idiotic complaint.

    However, to sound intelligently you must ask if the statements made about any specific race are true or false and if true then they can’t be racist.

    The moron mongoloids like you will see everything racist.

  160. #162 by Gonzo, Esq. on February 22, 2013

    Is this the same Stanley Fiala who ran for mayor of Santa Ana a couple years ago?

    If I recall (and how could I forget something so indelible?), he listed his occupation as “Immortality Concept Researcher / Roadie for ELO”.

    Stanley Fiala has got to be an elaborate (and hilarious) practical joke being perpetrated on all of us. No way this guy is for real.

  161. #163 by Leon on February 22, 2013

    He’s real alright…check him out signing a Beatles tune with his buddy Vern Nelson.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fO8RtgIzrk

  162. #164 by Stanley Fiala on February 22, 2013

    Yes that is the same guy.

    No joke, however!

    Actually, I am studying the junk part of the DNA which allegedly contains a blueprint to the immortality embedded in by the Annunakis when they were splicing the DNA between hominid and their DNA to create Homo sapiens. (no homophobia here).

    Now, I may run for the Cal. Senate 34 district against the Mexican communist Jose Solorio if you guys help me to collect nomination signatures.

    Not sure but Fullerton is within the district.

  163. #165 by cg on February 22, 2013

    “The moron mongoloids” You call this alright? shame, shame, shame!!!!!!

  164. #166 by Stanley Fiala on February 22, 2013

    I second that!

  165. #167 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

    We get it, Kelly Thomas went viral and now you are trying to continue exposing your website based on his decayed body. You guys are like the animal cops who hunted Dorner. Expect everyone to call you a hero while you purposely burn him to death so his side of the story is never heard. Find something more constructive to do. Nobody cares about political ass holes running amuck over our constitution anymore. Idiot Fullerton Cops who think they are military, FFFF retards. Get a life all of you and quit wasting our tax dollars.

  166. #168 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cNk-bV40XMc

    Here is the video of the animals trained by the government receiving the order to burn Dorner Alive. You want to fight corruption attack the rich sociopaths that are responsible for selling paranoia and military weapons to cops. Never attack the “hero”, don’t you fools get it. “Support the troops” is a strawman for deterring the argument on the piss poor inner city soldier rather than on the policies and business man profiteering who hold office. If you are going to act like an activist, be smart activist. Research Ron Paul

  167. #169 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

    You amateurs need to learn a thing or two. Leave the poor dumb ass cops alone (who are no different than you) and go after the camera’s, drones, militarization of local law enforcements by individuals in the city hall’s getting rich off of weapon and tactical equipment contracts.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz1SgFPEwUQ

  168. #170 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7_c0AVi7eU

    You want to fight police corruption, stand up to cut funding from the Federal Government (DHS) down the underground tunnel into our local police departments. Turning our police departments into black ops training centers. The cops are you, you morons. Choose your battles wisely.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7_c0AVi7eU

  169. #171 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 22, 2013

    Maybe you should see the pole cam video of Kelly Thomas 33 mins and the piles and piles of documents related and unrelated to that particular case.

  170. #172 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

    Put our police officers back on our side. Ask them to acknowledge and serve their oath faithfully.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF3t0eM-94Y

  171. #173 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

  172. #174 by reasonable person on February 22, 2013

    Autocorrect

  173. #175 by FU FFFF.ORG on February 22, 2013

    Yeah I all ready seen it. I am not concerned with the man who lost his humanity (beating Thomas in the face with his big ass flashlight) I am concerned with where this training comes from, who funds it and disseminates it. Cops are pawns in a wider conspiracy. Fools

  174. #176 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 23, 2013

    FU FFFF.ORG :
    Yeah I all ready seen it. I am not concerned with the man who lost his humanity (beating Thomas in the face with his big ass flashlight) I am concerned with where this training comes from, who funds it and disseminates it. Cops are pawns in a wider conspiracy. Fools

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    City Governments are where people can really change the world and make a real difference.

    Political fundraising is just not our thing.

  175. #177 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 23, 2013

    Now the whole nation has a very dark training video, and cheers for at least some effort as opposed to other cities doing very little, probably because it was so dark and sickening, including the aftermath and ongoing Political Coverup.

  176. #178 by Spun on February 23, 2013

    HUH? :He died cause he wanted to take his own life. Diseased infected alcoholic and drug addict. Why dont you ask his parents? His mother started him on drugs and his father turned his back on him. Blame them.

    He wasnt on alcohol or drugs…the Medical examiner already stated that fact…next one- I mean next lie you wanna produce to validate why you always have always towed the line, good little Nazi, it aint gonna work- your about to get the plug pulled on you corrupt cops..lmao

  177. #179 by Spun on February 23, 2013

    HUH? :I would like to see you walk down Tokers Town. You would shit your pants. Sissy!!

    I do live here you fuck tard…Tokers are fine,never had a problem with them, Now for the FPD, now there is a gang!-

  178. #180 by Fullerton Lover on February 23, 2013

    Ditto.

    I have raised a family in the heart of Fullerton Toker Town for almost 20 years, and have never had ONE problem with a gang member/

    However, I have had the distinct pleasure of trying to get a restraining order against the Fullerton Police Department.

  179. #181 by reasonable person on February 23, 2013

    Without the police do you think the gang members leave you alone? I bet you have never even had contact with the police. You are pathetic for defending gangmembers.

  180. #182 by Spun on February 23, 2013

    I wasnt defending gangbangers, where have I dont that? I said, If you read it correctly- I have never had a problem with Tokers,thats a fact, never been tagged by their shit,never had anything stolen by them, never had an issue.
    Lets talk FPD, they have done nothing, but abuse their power, Rincon now there is a stellar guy, or Mater, Or Mejia or Hamptson,Craig, Sissynelly, and the rest- they have cost me more money in law suits than I care to address this early in the morning, but can say I have less fear of your “gang banger”…than I do the badged wearing gang members. Ashamed of myself, that is rich- Im ashamed I have to share the city with the likes of you, why not get off your fat ass and do some heavy lifting, for once.

  181. #183 by reasonable person on February 23, 2013

    “Tokers are fine” what do you call that? Sounds like you’re defending them. I bet you would rather share the city with gamgmembers and homeless rather than me, a honest taxpayer. Makes sense. It is amazing how people can be so ignorant. A gangmember never tagged my wall so they are fine. Fuck everyone else that they intimidate, rob and murder. As long as its not me. And save the bullshit line “that’s what the police do.” And I say that last quote in a little girl voice. Again. Pathetic.

  182. #184 by Fullerton Lover on February 23, 2013

    Just being honest. If that upsets you, oh well.

  183. #185 by Fullerton Lover on February 23, 2013

    There is nothing “honest” about you.

    You are simply mistaking your prejudices for “being honest”.

  184. #186 by reasonable person on February 23, 2013

    Weak response.

  185. #187 by reasonable person on February 23, 2013

    Restraining order against the police? Interesting. That tells me you or your children are problems in the community. You are probably, “that house ” on your block.

  186. #188 by Fullerton Lover on February 23, 2013

    Like I said earlier to you “reasonable person” that you’re mistaking your prejudices for candor.

    My children are honor students, and have NEVER had a problem in school, or in the community.

  187. #189 by cg on February 23, 2013

    For being a so called “reasonable person” your really not too reasonable. Judgmental, is more like it.

  188. #190 by reasonable person on February 23, 2013

    Then explain why in the world someone would need a restraining order against a police department.

  189. #191 by reasonable person on February 23, 2013

    Reasonable aren’t allowed to judge. Isn’t that what everyone on this blog does. Judge everyone else.

  190. #192 by cg on February 23, 2013

    no, just opinions. You do learn a lot, what’s going on in the City of Fullerton. Some good things and some not so good things. You can read the Fullerton Observer, and get just one side. Your choice though.

  191. #193 by Peaches on February 23, 2013

    Isn’t “honest taxpayer” an oxymoron?
    And, if “reasonable” is “reasonable” he or she would have no difficulty seeing all sides of an issue nor understanding that most opinions are based on personal experience…

  192. #194 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 23, 2013

    reasonable person :
    Weak response.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    On this blog Troll Speak is usually Union Political opposite speak!!! :)

    In Fullerton its worse the FPOA represent the Brass, its a political free for all abusive brutality “NIGHTMARE” from what basically should in all logic be at the top of a Forbes list for places to live “IN THE WORLD”, an economic island of excess and a living paradise for everybody!

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Police (Union) Brutality: Montgomery County Police “Effects” Bargaining Bludgeons Public Safety
    by TREY KOVACS on OCTOBER 23, 2012

    “…Union bosses’ allegiance lies solely with their members and not the public. When negotiating contracts or bargaining the effects of management decisions, the sole objective for labor representatives is to negotiate the most lucrative contracts with optimal working conditions for their members they can. This conflict of interest hinders governments ability to provide essential services in a reliable fashion…”
    http://www.openmarket.org/2012/10/23/police-union-brutality-montgomery-county-police-effects-bargaining-bludgeons-public-safety/

  193. #195 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 23, 2013

    Instead we have a Bell City type, Council Member smirking, delusionally passifying, proud of police abuses, murder (1st Charges) and brutality on CNN.

  194. #196 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 23, 2013

    Were it not for the News stories and political climate, Fullertons downtown would still have its accolades as the best downtown in Orange County.

  195. #197 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 23, 2013

    Now it pretty much is a nightmare, even on Cable News Networks.

    Its going to change this summer, the trials start, Feds really dont like it when you mess with young people!!!

  196. #198 by Fullerton Lover on February 23, 2013

    To protect my family.

  197. #199 by cg on February 23, 2013

    Sorry FL, that you have had go through that. I hope things are cooling down. I know how involved you are with the City. It should not be this way. It hurts. I raised my family here, now it’s just left brain and me. My kids have long moved away.

  198. #200 by Steve Brow on February 24, 2013

    LA’s fine but it ain’t home. New York’s home but it ain’t mine no more!

  199. #201 by Steve Brow on February 24, 2013

    Is it a “conspiracy” or is it a “society”?

  200. #202 by Steve Brow on February 24, 2013

    The ability to make judgemnts is a key quality that raises humanity above mere animals.

  201. #203 by Office of Sadistic Review on February 24, 2013

    Fullerton College, 20,000 plus
    Cal State University Fullerton, 20,000 plus
    St Jude Medical Center.
    Disneyland visitors.

    Fullerton Leadership needs to keep it clean and cool.

  202. #204 by Fullerton Lover on February 24, 2013

    Thanks for the kind sentiments CG.

    My family and I are doing well, thanks for asking!

  203. #205 by Anonymous on February 24, 2013

    Then you are a dirt bag banger yourself. You deserve whatever the police give you. The police need to be tougher on all the gang bangers.

  204. #206 by Fullerton Lover on February 24, 2013

    Not even close troll.

  205. #207 by reasonable person on February 25, 2013

    Do you even know the meaning of oxymoron? So paying taxes makes me dishonest?

  206. #208 by Fullerton Lover on February 25, 2013

    “Jumbo Shrimp” and “Open Secret” are probably two of the best examples of an oxymoron.

    Not sure if I think that “honest taxpayer” would qualify as an oxymoron though?

    I would probably classify the expression, “honest taxpayer” as a paradox instead of an oxymoron.

    Lot’s of people confuse the two.

  207. #209 by reasonable person on February 26, 2013

    I hope peaches reads this.

  208. #210 by GViera on February 26, 2013

    Dude oviously you went looking for trouble. Drove around wired and with cameras. Ya we feel sorry for you cause your the victim. How much money are you asking for? Mr victim

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