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Posted on November 14 at 1:17 p.m.

It is time to nip the Gang problem in the bud NOW! Waiting until it gets worse until being proactive is a BIG mistake.

Let's just look at what the Gangs, and sorry but mostly Hispanic, have done to S. Ca. I have been here 35 yrs. and have seen the problem grow at an alarming rate. Look at LA for God's sake! Look at the crime section of the LA Times and tell me who is committing the VAST amount of violent crimes including but not limited to, murder, drive by shootings, car jackings, assaults, robberies, stolen cars, drug dealing, grafitti and the list goes on. Over 65,000! documented Gang members in LA....10,000 cops. Do the math. Then there is Compton, Inglewood, Carson, Oxnard, Ventura, Santa Maria, Lompoc, Santa Ana, Long beach, and on and on. ALL once good clean and safe towns..NOW crime infested, grafitti infested and gang infested.

yeah, let's wait until it gets worse here in SB. before we lay down the law.

Every excuse under the sun from the group in this video.

While I do believe that placing a Gang Injunction will help it is just a bandaid on the problem. The good people of Hispanic/Mexican decent that are here LEGAL and work hard and go to school and pay taxes and commit no crimes should not be painted with a broad brush. I believe these good folks should be ALL for the injunction and putting an end to this culture that produces this mentallity of Gangs bad.

On Reactions to Gang Injuction

Posted on November 14 at 12:53 p.m.

On parole for felony theft.............BIG surprise. Well, I guess it's back to prison. Maybe this time he will learn his lesson???...............Nah.

On Bicycle Cops Arrest Chainsaw-Stealing Parolee

Posted on November 10 at 3:15 p.m.

We are on our way Piason!

On Santa Maria Focus of Anti-DUI Efforts

Posted on November 10 at 12:50 p.m.

Check out his photo in the News Press. Also check out the photos of the 3 Lompoc Stabbing Suspects. Same smug cockey look on their faces and one laughing. Picture says it all.

On Domestic Violence Suspect Arrested After Overnight Standoff

Posted on November 10 at 12:42 p.m.

Geez?????????? Santa Maria ranks # 1 out of 104 Cities!!??

Let me take a wild guess??

Ca. slowly but surely becoming a 3rd world State. Been here 36 years and have seen it happen.

On Santa Maria Focus of Anti-DUI Efforts

Posted on November 9 at 5:39 p.m.

Why is it that just about every photo I see of a violent fellon in SB looks like the above. Oh and also on probation and in posession of a fire arm.

Let's see how Murillo reacts and responds to the/her "latino community's" (she is the one that says she rep. the Latino community) continuing gang problem, crime problem, grafitti and tagging, drop out rate etc. etc.

PS. Bet he is back on the street (after serving his next jail sentance) comitting a crime within 90 days of his next parole.

On Domestic Violence Suspect Arrested After Overnight Standoff

Posted on October 27 at 10 a.m.

I have mixed feelings on this one. The "truth" is probably somewhere in the middle. Eye witness accounts can be powerfull but it is still an interpretation of what happened.

2 DUIs within 10 yrs.means he had a suspended lic. without a "restricted" ability to drive to work etc. Also the probation period allows for "0" blood alcohol while driving during that period. Looks like he broke both probationary terms by driving and drinking (he admited to 1 drink which is a violation) My guess is that he violates his probation all the time, he just happened to get busted this time.

Now, the beating............Cops are professionals with the rare authority to use physical force and or deadly force to restrain someone that is resisting etc.I am sure that there are strong guidlines for the use. Based on what I have read from the report and eye witness accounts (from folks that have no axe to grind either way) leads me to believe that the officer was out of line and out of controll.

This was not an armed robbery suspect or murder suspect etc. It was someone that changed lanes without signaling that had PRIOR DUI's.

Just worried that too many folks are staring to be fearful of the cops in any situation based on many recent Police use of force stories.

Tough job, I understand that, but so many of these violent confrontations, especialy with unarmed suspects, are starting to tarnish the police in Ca.

PS. We need a new Police Chief.

On Man Tased 13 Times During Arrest

Posted on October 24 at 4:50 p.m.

Now I know who NOT to vote for. It figures the Independant would pick the 3 Liberals. Yeah....what we need is more spending of tax payer $$ for the bottomless pit of liberal social issues. We need more homeless/transients, (the policy's of these folks will most likley bring in more "homeless") God forbid we get tough on the Gang issue. They are just poor misuderstood young Hispanic youth. SO sick of pandering to the "latino/hispanic community" how about the American Citizen community..You know, the ones that pay the majority of the taxes. The Santa Barbara public school system is looking good also....yeah right. I am really getting sick of working my whole life and paying a TON of tax $ only to see that $ wasted and spent as if they found it came from space. The Gov't can not find it's way out of a paper bag but they want OUR $ and more of it all the time for more programs and ideas that seldom work.
Tired of it. No party or candidate is perfect. Not expecting perfect but better to err on the side of tough on crime,gangs, waste and ineptness.

On City Council Endorsements

Posted on August 24 at 10:46 a.m.

You think SB has a gang problem yet?

This is getting to be a common occurance. The photos say it all. They are creating the stereotype. I just do not understand this culture.

Other than that shaved headed tattooed transient white supremist nut job from last week, this is getting to be the general description of SB's violent criminal offenders.

On Three Arrested for Isla Vista Stabbing

Posted on August 23 at 5:02 p.m.

Wow Hank.....I lived in Miami in the mid 80's for 5 years.

Most of my friends were Cuban or of Cuban decent. The stories they told me would convince anyone on just how corrupt and self serving these guys were. They did a great job. Half the buildings in Havana have crumbled to the ground. A once great Island and City turned into a 3rd. world country ( oh right, they have free school and health care, they can have it!)

One of my best friends was from one of the richest families in Cuba (sugar) and were conned into believing these guys were going to make Cuba free and fair for all. So they gave Castro a Million$$$$ for the cause. Guess what? Castro took over and confiscated their plantations, railroad and all their property leaving them to leave Cuba in the middle of the night on a boat to Miami.

yeah, Viva Che! Viva Fidel!

On <em>Che: Part One</em>

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