89 thoughts on “Supply Your Own Title

  1. Good luck Fullerton. You are gonna need it! Wow! They will need the water tax reinstated to pay all the lawsuit settlements. Those of you who think the city is insured, HAHAHAHA. That is a good one.

  2. Kill a cop go to jail.
    Kill a homeless guy.

    and tell you officers “good job” and then get promoted.

    As far as the other one, create a culture of corruption that has ruined many peoples lives and you get to have a huge pension and continue to worship satan at your leisure.

    Assholes.

    1. “The character of Egghead (as played by Vincent Price) was invented for use in the awesome 1960s “Batman” TV show. He sometimes tooled around with a female sidekick named Olga, Queen of the Cossacks, played by Anne Baxter from “All About Eve.” He wore a bright yellow suit, sported a large bald head, and would throw egg-shaped weapons. I recall that his tear-gas eggs were laid by onion-fed chickens. In a colorful and weird-ass universe, Egghead was probably the strangest villain Batman fought. His dialogue was peppered with stupid egg puns, and Egghead would say the word “egg-zactly”…”
      http://www.geekscape.net/the-top-10-evil-bald-guys-in-pop-culture

  3. The Connection
    New Chief Patrick McKinnley brought in Swat to Fullerton
    New Chief Danny Hughes is swatting down an oversite committee.
    Another connection
    New Chief McKinnley left LAPD does anyone know why?
    Around the same time he joined FPD Hughes, a rookie cop, was with his partner, Tommy De La Rosa on duty when Tommy was killed in the line of duty.
    Maybe they are Bonnie and Clyde?
    Ok Strange Brew.

        1. It’s one of the UK’s intelligence groups – not sure if it’s internal (like FBI) or external (like CIA) – think James Bond

  4. Ron Thomas

    Tomorrow I will be speaking before an advanced Law class at UCI school of Law. I’ll be discussing how I was able (with all of your help “Kelly’s Army”) to bring Kelly’s murder to an international level, and everything that I have done, and am doing to make sure that justice will be done for my son. I will also talk about why I speak to the judge at almost every hearing. I’ve had many media and other professionals tell me that this is never done.

    https://www.facebook.com/Justice4KellyThomas/posts/419017768177061

    1. Will Ron admit taking the picture of his dying son so he could peddle it to the highest bidder? That picture is what opened the national and international doors.

      Or will he mention not being able to recognize pictures of Kelly before he was beaten and killed. Doubtful, he’d have to own up how long it had been since he last saw Kelly.

      1. Evidence of what Ron Thomas knows, knew, or his motives for doing anything may be slightly more probative then prejudicial in a civil case where Ron sues others for the murder of his son.

        Such “evidence” is completely irrelevant when it comes to judging the actions of the FPD and its officers and the City of Fullerton’s response to the murder of Kelly Thomas.

        I not saying Ron Thomas is a prick, in fact I believe him to be honorable, but even if one has a prick for a father such fact does not give the cops the right to beat a child of such a father to death whenever the cops decide it is time to kill someone for daring to exercise an inalienable right.

        The FPD’s murder of Kelly Thomas coupled with the documented culture of corruption warrants the dissolution of the FPD entirely. At the very least ALL management over the FPD should be fired and new, outside management should be hired. And the city attorney(s) should be fired.

        1. So what you are saying is others should of been taking care of Kelly and let Ron Thomas wash his hands of him. Cause he did all he could. But he has no problem capitalizing on his death. You all see one side of the coin. When are you going to open your eye and see this man did not give a damn about his son. Which Ron do you find honorable, cause he has shown a lot of faces. keep on giving this guy credit for what he is doing. The more you do the bigger monster he becomes.

          1. Ron Thomas did not bludgeon to death and electrocute Kelly Thomas. The FPD did. Watch the video. That could have been anyone that night that just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, wasted, a smart ass or just uncooperative with the officers. That routine detainment was needlessly escalated by the officers screwing with Kelly. You don’t need a PHD in psychology to know that Kelly wasn’t playing with a full deck. I could care less about Ron Thomas. He is still alive and well. Kelly is not. If he wanted to live on the streets, that was his choice. I don’t like the looks and the smell of some of those bums but they still are guaranteed and deserve their due process. Jeffrey Dahmer got better treatment than Kelly Thomas did.

              1. You might want to re-read Superior Court Judge William Froeberg’s opinion that he gave earlier this month regarding Cicinelli and Ramos’s attorneys request for dismissal on which party that the Judge states that Kelly Thomas was compliant and that it was Ramos who intiated the actions that led to Kelly Thomas being savagely beaten to death in our town square by the same officers sworn to protect him.

                1. He is setting it up to fail. The same thing the DA said. No difference. You, me and everyone knows that’s not what happened. Ramos had the right to as an officer the detain, arrest and tell Kelly he was going to F him up. Words not action. That’s all is was. “Implied Consent”.

                2. I think you’re confusing Judge Froeberg with someone else.

                  This Judge is a very moral and intellectually honest individual who doesn’t play games with the powers that he’s been given.

  5. Background:

    At their regularly scheduled meeting of the Orange County Board of Supervisors on January 15, 2013, the County Board of Supervisors voted to approve the purchase and sale agreement for the purchase of property at 301 South State College Blvd. in Fullerton for a year-round emergency shelter and multi-service center for homeless families and individuals.

    The action by the Orange County Board of Supervisors is part of the County’s Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness which includes goals and implementing strategies to effectively end homelessness in Orange County.

    City staff will be meeting with the County of Orange staff to begin reviewing this proposal and will provide updates as they become available.

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

  6. retired Fullerton police chief, recalled Fullerton city council person, chief of Fullerton police department and member of Orange County Human Relations Commission, a commission dedicated to protecting the civil rights of the OC community against civil rights abuses committed by law enforcement when fullerton police officer Albert Rincon was “reprimanded” for sexual molesting female detainees in his squad car and colleague of Rusty Kennedy who is the executive director of the Orange County Human Relations Commission

  7. Citizens Academy: The Police Department will host its Citizens Police Academy starting Feb. 20. The 10-week course provides an overview of the department’s functions and focuses on the various facets of police work. It is intended to open communication between the community and the department, Sgt. Jeff Stuart said. Classes will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays at the station and be taught by patrol officers, detectives, dispatchers and managers. Participants must be at least 21 years old and live, work or attend school in Fullerton. Applications may be obtained at the Police Department, 237 W. Commonwealth Ave. The deadline to register is Feb. 8. Information: 714-738-6836.

    Lou Ponsi

    http://www.ocregister.com/news/-206241-ocprint–.html

      1. By repeating things they are using a calming technique for the mentally ill or adversely minded.

        Psychos naturally do that too.

        “Im no good so the world has to be worse!!!”

  8. 1/15 Transient Problem – A CVS Pharmacy employee says a transient man in his 60s told her he would rape her if he saw her again at the business on 455 N. State College Boulevard at 5:15 p.m.

    1/15 Transient Problem – A transient woman at Chef Ks Burgers told employees to call police and tell them to give her a ride to the armory. When an employee told her she needed to call a cab rather than an officer, she started asking customers for money at the scene on 506 S. Euclid Street at 4:32 p.m.

    1/15 Transient Problem – A man is sleeping in the bushes near the pool on 3235 Topaz Lane at 7:14 a.m.

    1/15 Transient Problem – A man is sleeping under the porch cover on the 1200 block of S. State College Boulevard at 6:43 a.m. By the time police arrived, he had left.

    1/16 Transient Problem – A subject was provided with blankets on 1180 S. Harbor Blvd. at 9:48 p.m.

    1/16 Transient Problem – A white man in a wheelchair is asking customers for money on the gas pump island on S. State College and E. Orangethorpe Avenue at 8:25 a.m. Police arrived, and ended up getting the man medical attention.

    1/17 Transient Problem – A caller asked police to move along a man living behind the business on 1620 S. Harbor Blvd. at 12:08 p.m.

    1/17 Transient Problem – A caller asked police to move a transient from the front of Beauty Avenue on 315 S. Brookhurst Road at 11:24 a.m.

    1/17 Patrol Check – Transients are asked to leave 400 S. Brookhurst Road at this time every day, and the employee at 7/11 asks an officer watch for transients who are angry and j-walking at 4:46 a.m. (ACROSS FROM THE ARMORY)

    1/18 Transient Problem – A white man with gray hair in his 60s is sitting at the bus bench with his pants down on S. Harbor Boulevard and Orangethorpe Avenue at 6:34 a.m. A caller said he is medicating himself.

    1/18 Transient Problem – A caller says a gray-bearded transient man with a lunch box is trying vehicle car handles on the 2900 block of Gingerwod Circle at 5:32 p.m.

    1/20 Transient Problem – A transient male with a plastic bag got angry with customers on 138 W. Commonwealth Avenue at 10:05 p.m. Someone told the employee he was carrying a knife.

    1/20 Transient Problem – A female transient driving a Chevy Cavalier pooped into a Tupperware container in public, put it in her car and left the scene on 1121 N. Harbor Blvd. at 4:50 p.m. A caller asked an officer to respond, and they did, but were unable to locate the woman.

    1/20 Disturbance of the Peace – An employee asked police to talk to five transients out front in the shopping center on 101 W. Orangethorpe Avenue at Harbor Boulevard at 4:48 p.m. The employee referred to it as an “ongoing problem”.

    1/21 Transient Problem – A caller is concerned about man passed out behind the business on 1133 E. Commonwealth Avenue who doesn’t speak when he tries to talk to him at 9:45 p.m. Police arrived, and spoke to the man.

    http://www.fullertonstories.com/news/crime-log/-police-log-january-15th-january-20-2013-br

  9. James Carville :
    MI-6=CIA
    MI-5=FBI

    Wrong,
    “…The Security Service, commonly known as MI5 (Military Intelligence, Section 5),[2] is the United Kingdom’s internal counter-intelligence and security agency and is part of its core intelligence machinery alongside the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS or MI6) focused on foreign threats,…” -Wikipedia

    There are always Foreign Nationals.
    (“A foreign national is a person who is not a citizen of the host country in which he or she is residing or temporarily sojourning…”)

  10. Office of Sadistic Review :

    James Carville :
    MI-6=CIA
    MI-5=FBI

    Wrong,
    “…The Security Service, commonly known as MI5 (Military Intelligence, Section 5),[2] is the United Kingdom’s internal counter-intelligence and security agency and is part of its core intelligence machinery alongside the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS or MI6) focused on foreign threats,…” -Wikipedia
    There are always Foreign Nationals.
    (“A foreign national is a person who is not a citizen of the host country in which he or she is residing or temporarily sojourning…”)

    Indeed, sort of like the FBI (they do internal counter-intel as well). I was speaking in general terms. In practice MI5 works very much like groups within the FBI. Thank you Wiki Man, don’t know what we’d do without you and your reliable access to Wikipedia. I salute you!

  11. Two reflective domes for rent on search and rescue missions on the high seas. Can be seen for miles during a full moon. Caution: Do not view with unprotected eyes at short range.

  12. Simmons :Evidence of what Ron Thomas knows, knew, or his motives for doing anything may be slightly more probative then prejudicial in a civil case where Ron sues others for the murder of his son.
    Such “evidence” is completely irrelevant when it comes to judging the actions of the FPD and its officers and the City of Fullerton’s response to the murder of Kelly Thomas.
    I not saying Ron Thomas is a prick, in fact I believe him to be honorable, but even if one has a prick for a father such fact does not give the cops the right to beat a child of such a father to death whenever the cops decide it is time to kill someone for daring to exercise an inalienable right.
    The FPD’s murder of Kelly Thomas coupled with the documented culture of corruption warrants the dissolution of the FPD entirely. At the very least ALL management over the FPD should be fired and new, outside management should be hired. And the city attorney(s) should be fired.

    Honorable? I have never seen a parent, of a homicide victim, turn into a lying sack of greedy shit and lie about being a sherriff. Thats what you claim as honor? he is a hack, never gave a crap abut his son until he could make money off him. Honor, not hardly.

  13. Fullerton Lover :I think you’re confusing Judge Froeberg with someone else.
    This Judge is a very moral and intellectually honest individual who doesn’t play games with the powers that he’s been given.

    Froeberg is the oldest judge at Superior Court and he should be out fishing rather than being on the bench. The response to the 995 motion was a cut and paste of what T-rack said. Did he even read the motion? I dont think he did.

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