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Re: “"Big Dirty" San Leandro Detective Busted Dealing Pound of Pot

No problem, friend. All's fair...

Posted by whytripmon on 05/23/2011 at 11:05 AM

Re: “"Big Dirty" San Leandro Detective Busted Dealing Pound of Pot

Point taken. As this was the first time around, it was a result of the learning curve.

Regarding the term "Constellation of corruption", you're reading the East Bay Express, in which an alternate turn of phrase is a welcome respite from the standardized journalism of mainstream sites.

Permit me to introduce the readership to another member of the constellation of corruption (who is innocent until proven guilty; check the related article and criminal complaint) who is fervently supported by the non-double posting Ms. T.

Deputy Sheriff Abbey of the Stanislaus Co. Sheriff's Dept. was recently arrested for shooting and killing a woman occupying one of her family's slum rentals in Modesto, the largest municipality in the county. While the individual who was killed was not without culpablility, the resulting investigation of the incident, initially described by the county sheriff and the poice chief of Modesto as uncovering no problems with the shoot, revealed that Dep. Sheriff Abbey and her husband, a former Hayward PD officer, had 106 cannabis plants growing in their home, a shotgun stolen from Oakland in 1987, a sawed-off shotgun, an AK-47, and over a dozen vials of steroids in addition to a supply of syringes.

Judge for yourselves:
Kari Abbey, 34, will be arraigned June 1 in Stanislaus County Superior Court on charges of murder, manslaughter, conspiracy, embezzlement from a government entity, cultivation of marijuana, receiving stolen property and child endangerment.

Criminal complaint:

While one is innocent until proven guilty, it took the involvement of the federal authorites to secure the evidence and murder charges. It appears that the deputy was supported by other members of local law enforcement.

Thus, dare I say it, making her yet one more star in a "Constellation of Corruption".

Posted by whytripmon on 05/23/2011 at 7:47 AM

Re: “"Big Dirty" San Leandro Detective Busted Dealing Pound of Pot

Linda Taylor is an unbalanced screeching wretch from Stanislaus County who makes a point of insulting all who don't fall for her prohibitionist propaganda. For more of the waling bansheemale, check her out. She's the blond screaming "medical marijuana is a scam!". She loves the attention.

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Posted by whytripmon on 05/22/2011 at 9:43 PM

Re: “"Big Dirty" San Leandro Detective Busted Dealing Pound of Pot

Linda Taylor is an unbalanced screeching wretch from Stanislaus County who insulted anyone and everyone on the Modesto Bee blog site. For more on this prohibitionst propagandist, check out the banshee wailing "medical marijuana is a scam!" on this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=an7neQrpc94

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Posted by whytripmon on 05/22/2011 at 9:38 PM

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