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Posted on February 2 at 4:10 p.m.
Where there's smoke, there's fire. If he resisted arrest, what did he expect? A DUI is no laughing matter, and could easily lead to deaths of innocent people using the road. Officer Tudor, was perhaps accused of trying to subdue this offender in a very tough manner, but I'm now thinking he was only doing his very tough job.
On Denunzio Sentenced to Jail in Battery Case
Posted on January 26 at 10:23 a.m.
This is all a bit confusing. All I know is that if a boyfriend of mine touched one of my sons, I'd kick his a** to the curb, then call 911, get a restraining order and a weapon. Oh, and first I'd let loose my two powerful sons loose on him. If he were an alcoholic, there would be no relationship in the first place. Just common sense.
On Denunzio Guilty of Battery on Girlfriend's Son
Posted on January 26 at 10:10 a.m.
I keep thinking of the children of Dr. Bourne, and how confused and devastated they must be. His wife must be bewildered. His friends must be confused. If his parents are still living, what on earth must be the hell they are experiencing. I hope the other guy keeps breathing so that we might learn more about the whys and maybe study this cancer that grows and grows. We need more information to make it stop completely. Maybe the girl will write a book one day and entitle it "The Mammoth Case." I will read it. What a huge tragedy, all the way around.
On Mammoth Man Accused of Sex Crimes Commits Suicide
Posted on June 4 at 1:52 p.m.
He does look like a smug jerk killer. I'm wondering, though, did she drive him nuts with constant stalking? Did he report her to the police time upon time? Did he ever file a restraining order against her going near him again? Did he block his phone number from hers? Nothing she did could ever be an excuse for what he did. Just wondering about the full history here. If he never tried to go through proper channels to stop her activities of bothering him, he deserves the death penalty.
On Musser Sentenced to Life Without Parole
Posted on May 30 at 8:18 a.m.
One thing is missing here, and that is the fact that the young people, good or bad, love adventure, some more than others, and seldom consider that their precious lives are not infinite. These kids all possess the false belief that "That would never happen to me." And some, like my own son, who is a good person, climbed out his bedroom window during the wee hours of the morning while we slept. He, with a group of buddies, all good kids, drove up to SBCC to road-luge on their skateboards on a long, winding downhill pathway many of you are familiar with. My son hit his leg on a parking curve at the bottom of that hill, shattering his leg, with a nasty compound fracture. His buddy called us, telling us he was in the ER. Seven hours of surgery followed that event, and he almost lost his leg. Eight surgeries later, his leg was saved by an amazing local doctor. His leg is filled with metal plates and bolts, and he is the barometer for our family. We always know "from the leg" if rain is in the forecast. It's been about 18 years since his accident, and he still suffers terrible physical pain, still attends physical therapy and cannot do all he wishes he could do. It's difficult to find a doctor who does not consider him to be a "drug seeker." Believe me, he's not. We observe his suffering. Please share this story with your children who also believe that we parents worry too much. If my son had hit his head instead of his leg, he would have died on the spot. A mistake made, a lesson learned the hard way.
On Kids These Days
Posted on May 14 at 10:34 a.m.
2 yrs off this criminal's sentence? 2 yrs more of a lifetime for his victim? no? Mize and Mora will one day answer before God for what they have done, and should have paid with their own lives.
On Eastsider Facing 19 Years
Posted on March 23 at 10:42 a.m.
What an amazing story.
On Courtney Ferriera’s Lifesaving Lungs
Posted on March 9 at 12:14 p.m.
Awww, come on! Share the location! I don't want to miss it!
On I Was a Flash Mob Virgin
Posted on November 26 at 10:44 a.m.
Great idea for all teens!
On Polishing Up Nicely
Posted on June 11 at 8:56 a.m.
What a wonderful, beautiful description of your relationship with your beloved mother. You gave so much to her, seeing to it that she had fun, great experiences. I lost my own mother 34 years ago; she was 55, and I still miss her mucho. You are to be commended for being a wonderful son to her. God bless.
On Georgette Hillas
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