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Posted on May 29 at 4:47 p.m.

Well, well, well... Isn't this just perfect? "Therefore, they did not view the videos or conduct a weapons check on Rodger."

As if this absolves them of complete responsibility for failing to THINK or be proactive in any way.
After meeting Roger, didn't they think he was the least bit hinky? Maybe even damned odd?
Wouldn't any reasonable 21st-Century sleuth immediately check out the guy's social media status? Wouldn't you even be curious to find that he had a video up on YouTube?
As for a "search" of his place that night, all they had to do was say "Do you mind if we look around just to make sure you're okay?" Once permitted/authorised inside (even absent a warrant), cops LOVE to "just look around". (which is why you never let one inside your apartment without proper documentation)
These deputies simply blew it, and Bill Brown knows he's got to cover their butts to cover his. This is, after all, the week before his (please, God, no!) re-election.
Such typical SBSD CYA nonsense.

And now (and this is a classic) Joyce Dudley is "conducting an investigation into the officer-involved shootings" of that horrible night. Sure. Just like she conducts "investigations" into every cop shooting in the county...and ALWAYS finds "ample justification" for flying lead. Those four deputies that night were firing into the dark at will. I can't wait to find out how many rounds were fired by them...only one of which actually hit Roger, and non-lethally at that.

We all know that both the SBSD and the SBPD revel in the glory of their armaments. Just watch the episode of that moronic piece of media hype "On Patrol" on KEYT which aired just 24 hours after the UCSB killings, wherein the SBPD describes in grinning detail the firepower they have at their disposal. "And this HK will fire 300 rounds per minute with complete sound and flash suppression..." Oh, and let's not forget the assault rifles now carried by every motorcycle cop in town. Those things come in handy when writing those rolling stop citations, don't'cha know...

There are four gangs in SB: Eastsiders, Westsiders, SBPD, SBSD, and they're all trigger happy, dangerous nuts.

On Isla Vista Killer's April 30 Check-Up

Posted on May 24 at 3:24 p.m.

Chancellor Henry T. Yang has spent the last decade ignoring the problems of alienated students with mental health problems and the I.V. "lifestyle" generated by the free flow of alcohol just steps away from campus.

The socialization and integration of students in the community is an obvious priority for the safety of all concerned...and zero efforts in that regard are made by Yang.

Time to do two things: 1.) clean house at UCSB on the admin level. Perhaps Napolitano has the insight and the political courage to do so. Likely not, however, as rocked boats get everyone's feet wet. 2.) eliminate by County Ordinance the sale of any alcoholic beverages within a 3-mile radius of the UCSB campus. (Back in the day, UCLA's Westwood Village was "dry", and these problems simply did not exist.) So much of UCSB's ills are directly attributable to the free-flow of liquor and suds...and Bill Brown's brownshirts have a habit of waiting until everyone is sh*t-faced before they make any appearance, rather than acting calmly and preemptively.
Business as usual will only see more tragedy in the future.

On Isla Vista Shooting: Echoes of David Attias

Posted on May 24 at 3:10 p.m.

Yup. Another obvious example of the Santa Barbara Police State, wherein anything the cops or the D.A.'s office (why in the world do the assistant D.A.'s need county cars to drive home in?) do is "necessary".

In a community where plastic bags are now an eco-felony, every cop car in the city/county burns fuel 24/365, making our "carbon footprint" that of Godzilla. Wonderful logic.

But...time to get down to the next press conference where the Board of Supes, the City Council, Sheriff Bill, and Chief Cam incessantly congratulate each other so that Paula Sanchez has something to talk about instead of ever dealing with her own illegal behavior or reporting on her husband's AMAZING racism from the bench.

Oh, wait: we're already celebrating Fiesta (3 months distant) and lining up these "dignitaries" for more self-aggrandizement.

Where's my spoon? I need gagging.

On Have Idling Sheriff Cars Wasted More than $1 Million?

Posted on April 30 at 4:41 p.m.

If her slush fund buys her another term, we are so f*cked.

On Capps Leads Money Field

Posted on April 17 at 7:01 p.m.

They're gonna be safer in jail than they will be walking the breakwater at the harbor.

On Commercial Fishermen Arrested for Theft

Posted on April 17 at 6:37 p.m.

whatsinsb, you speak out of apparent ignorance, so don't flaunt it. SBCOJ is regularly filled beyond capacity with marijuana violators, people who dare to drive without a license, people who dare to "resist" by asking WTF are you stopping me here on the sidewalk?, who don't have proof of residence ID, who take a nap in a city park, by shoplifters, by those who dare to defend themselves from random drunken assault...and the list of "hardened" criminal offenses goes on, none of whom are candidates for "redemption and revitalization" opportunities (the very notion of which is a joke coming out of Bill Brown's mouth).
Have you ever been inside SBCOJ? It's an experience in draconian brutality, widely considered among California Custody workers as the worst jail in the state, with the highest inmate death rate in the 11 western states, an operation run by an undersheriff who avoided prosecution for sexually harrassing female staff by summarily resigning (gotta protect that pension too!), and overseen by a sheriff who is more concerned about getting a "Mission style" edifice built with his name on the brass plaque out front.
$80 million? Those funds should be spent on mental health facilities and upon ongoing microscopic oversight of everything local law enforcement does.

On Big Plans for the Big House

Posted on April 16 at 8:01 p.m.

They call them "pigs" for a reason.

On Sheriff Fires Jail Guards Accused of Assaulting Inmate

Posted on April 16 at 7:57 p.m.

Santa Barbara County Jail is widely recognized as the most poorly administered jail in the state. The per capita "death by natural causes" in SBCO Jail tell a tale nobody seems to acknowledge, simply because all inmates are considered "criminals".
Whether or not the plaintiff in this case is a convicted murder-rapist, the fact is that Johnson and Kirsch acted illegally and got busted for it (of course, this kind of crap goes on all day in the jail). The reason is clear: Bill Brown doesn't have a clue what's going on, nor does he have a clue as to how to correct the problem.
The fact that Undersheriff Anderson was forced to resign rather than face criminal charges for violating Federal Labor Laws pursuant to his sexual harrassment of an officer ostensibly reporting to him...a case that was summarily swept under Bill Brown's office rug...should be enough to get Brown himself to resign.

On Grand Jury Indicts Former Jail Guards Accused of Assaulting Inmate

Posted on April 16 at 7:51 p.m.

Proving once again how completely CRAZY the SB Court's sentencing protocols are. Oh, wait...she must be a celebrity...or a relative of Iya Falcone or Paula Lopez. They all walked.

On Fraudster Sentenced to Probation

Posted on April 16 at 7:48 p.m.

Pure and simple.
Let's not forget her original lie: I won't run for my husband's office after filling out his first term.

SHE'S A MACHINE HACK and has never cast a single vote of her own volition. Please, please...keep her out of the next parade.

On Morua Pleads Guilty to DUI and Fatal Hit-and-Run Charges

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