A Suprising Outcome

Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas announced second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter charges against two L.A. County police officers for the beating death of Kelly Thomas. Officer Manuel Ramos was charged with one count each of second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter in the July 5, 2011 confrontation. Police Cpl. Jay Cicinelli was charged with one […]

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A Very Sad Life

Kelly Thomas was a 37 year-old homeless man suffering from schizophrenia and roaming the streets of Fullerton, California. According to locals he wasn’t aggressive, belligerent or a ongoing nuisance other than he was homeless and committed a variety of petty crimes to survive. Kelly Thomas was also the son of a former Orange County Sheriff’s […]

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Mexican Murder

I’ve been to Mexico about 10 times, vacationing on the Mayan Riviera, the western mainland (Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan) and the California Baja (San Jose, Cabo San Lucas and La Paz). Most of my trips have been great fun, aside from a few nasty digestive bugs and numerous hangovers, but things seem to be changing […]

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The dumb B.C. taxpayer

With the recent guilty pleas and sentencing of David Basi and Bobby Virk for their part in the BC Rail corruption trial, it proves one thing that the present Liberal government has known for years and depend upon during every provincial election. And that is that British Columbia tax payers are exceedingly dumb. Who else […]

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