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Man, "Hopped up on Mushrooms," Killed by Police


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#1 Guest_hippie3_*

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Posted 23 August 2003 - 08:04 AM

indeed, lots of cops with real bad attitudes,
actually like to shoot dopers and beat up freaks.
i guess that kind of job just attracts
neo-nazi wannabees.

#2 jim

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Posted 24 August 2003 - 03:51 PM

Did the original story say that the guy rolled the cop car over? How'd he do that?

Also, "my son was on halucinogenic mushrooms..." That's just an excuse; "it wasn't my son's fault, it was because of drugs."

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Posted 24 August 2003 - 07:27 PM

I thought he turned over a cop car, too. Prolly only possible on a combination of steroids and PCP.

He got a running start and rolled over the hood of the car, that's the proper expression.

I'm still undecided, Yay or Nay, but leaning towards Nay.

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 10:39 AM

lol
he rolled OVER the cop car,
not
he rolled the cop car over.

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 12:53 PM

In a town near where I live, a guy who was apparently on mushrooms and drunk was at a party the other night. The party got to big then the cops came to break it up. The crazy SOB ran out of the house, jumped into one of the still running cop cars and took off. HE STOLE THE COP CAR! My flat mate was one house over when all of this happened, skateboarding outside. They had helicopters using infared, CHP, local police, and non-local police trying to find this guy after he crashed into a tree and escaped on foot. It's been two days now and they still haven't found him. I thought this was horribly funny.

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 02:48 PM

there's one that won't end up on COPS Posted Image

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 04:41 PM

Lots of sadistic power-obsessed assholes get attracted to the cops. They love the authority. I know of one who tried to get in. Luckily he failed an exam. He is one of the biggest assholes I know.

It is amazing how often authoritarian personalities wear moustaches.

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 07:51 PM

Yeah, and always the ones that make everyone look like the Unabomber, or Freddie Mercury circa 1983 which makes me wonder....Posted Image

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Posted 25 August 2003 - 10:51 PM

everyone should watch Reno911 wednesday nite on comedy central, it's funny as hell, done like COPS in parody.

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Posted 26 August 2003 - 03:30 AM

Statistics on crime and such in states which allow concealed and unconcealed carrying of firearms paint a much different picture than some single individual's tragic story a a firearm used wrongly, or some poor child maimed/killed by some fool's improper storage of a pistol.

Truth is, the 2nd amendment was placed in there, at #2, for a reason. It is snowballic too (word?).

An armed citizenry is power. It is undeniable power. Power is respect. Having liberty and exercising one's rights are the very keys to being so powerful and prosperous in this country. Why do we seek to change and feel the negativity of such blessings? Human nature it would seem is not perfect and can never be under any system. Why not keep in place a system which has provided for a majoritiy's benefit, including all people of all the melting pot? The government goes too far..

There was a time when tax collectors were not only tarred and feathered (ummm, hmmm, maybe because some taxes were considered not only unconstitutional but even tyrannical? - imagine).

We've come so far. So, so much has changed. Few elements in our American culture remain. Yet there is a reason this country survived and grew to become so rich and so powerful.

Unfortunately it would seem, nearly all pieces of that culture and her laws erode more and more each and every day - and there are more and more servants of federalism to 'enforce" these more and more laws.

Some laws which protect 'minorities' (seems to me we are all minorities in this great melting pot) are right and some wrong. Some laws which change or redirect minor instances are blown so far out off proportion to the effect they denigrate majority instances, and therefore such laws destroy the original intent.

People say Rome wasn't built in one day. Remember too, it didn't die in one day either.

Talk to 1st generation foreigners about the family culture in America today and ask them what they think.

Go ask some South Korean if he/she thinks American high schoolers know as much as S. Koreans.

Go ask some Vietnamese, Bosnian, Mexican, Iraqi immigrant.... blah blah I'm free writing so allow me some leeway ---

Screw it. A cop comes to my house a while back. My friend is staying over and his kids are in my house sleeping. The children's mother has come over to pick them up as my friend's visitation period was now over. Using her bogus PPO order she asked for and received a deputy's presence. As my friend went into my house to retrieve the sleeping children one by one, the cop was about to follow him in to my house. Mmmm no.

"I suspect you understand the bill of rights as well as I do deputy, sir", I said.

And without hesitation, "You even trying to go into my house without a warrant is a bad, bad, bad idea."

And with a stern look and calm voice I never moved a step. At that point on neither did he.

Protections given under the law serve am important and very real service. Depite what some fools may think, freedom is important.

I don't agree with the types of governments found in fascist, communist, monarchist, dictatorial, socialist, even so-called democratic and republic types. I have alot to bitch about our own. But I like, enjoy, and seek to preserve as much as I can while here in hopes of staving off or delaying the further erosion of the rights I have in faith that such rights protect me not only now but also in that our government might not more quickly drift toward despotism.

It's sad to see people seeking safety today only to err by losing their rights, their freedoms, and yes even their liberties and lives tomorrow.

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Posted 26 August 2003 - 05:55 PM

Former cop busted in pig pen

A shocked pig farmer could not believe his eyes as he watched a man drop his trousers and assault several members of his herd. The farmer managed to grab a camera and get evidence of the public bestiality, and the animal lover has been convicted, newspaper VG reports.

"It was hard to comprehend what I was in fact seeing," said the Skien farmer. He managed to get nine shots of the former policeman he spotted sexually assaulting his pigs.

Telemark police said the case is closed and the man fined NOK 8,000 (USD 1,060) for violating animal protection laws.

"He has abused these animals in such a way that violated the animal protection act. The man has admitted guilt and accepted the fine," Telemark deputy police commissioner Runar Karlsen told VG.

The farmer decided to talk about the incident because of village rumors that he has been spreading evil gossip about a respected citizen.

The farmer was on a regular trip out to the pens to feed his herd - five sows and a boar, which were kept in a large fence bordering the woods a few hundred meters from his farm.

"Then I saw a man standing among the pigs, inside the electrical fence. Suddenly he took off his underpants and stood there naked from the waist down. Then things started to happen that I didn't think were possible," the farmer said.

"I took nine pictures of the man in action. It was embarrassing delivering the film for development, and I explained in the photo shop what had happened," he said.

Police said that the photographs were central to resolving the case.


link to article:
http://www.aftenpost...rticleID=608096

#12 Guest_hippie3_*

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Posted 26 August 2003 - 09:23 PM

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lol

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Posted 26 August 2003 - 10:25 PM

Posted Image'Scuse me while I throw up......Posted Image

OK....no, here comes another....Posted Image

Oh my goodness! Man, I've heard some crazy shit about Norwegian cops, but this just floors me!

I guess Xylem Flow is from there, do you remember the tale of Willy Kobbhaug, Xy? He was involved in stirring up scare stories of Satanic ritual abuse back in the early '90's, even tried to do a raid on a local lodge of the O.T.O. (A Crowleyan/Masonic sect)Soon after, he was busted when hidden camera video of him exposing himself to the children next door was brought to national attention. This is detailed in a chapter in the book "Lords of Chaos", about the Norwegian Black-Metal kids burning down churches and 2 of them committing brutal murders.

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Posted 26 August 2003 - 10:47 PM

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#15 Guest_hippie3_*

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Posted 27 August 2003 - 10:52 AM

at least he stuck it to his own kind.
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Posted 04 August 2003 - 08:21 AM

Mushrooms have never made me do anything violent, but I suppose different people react differently. And I also suppose this could all just be a load of crap! Either way, read on:


Police in suburban Cleveland say a bloodied, naked man armed with a knife rolled over a police car. He was shot and killed by a second officer when her patrol car's side window was smashed.

Nineteen-year-old Dan Bucci of Mayfield Heights was shot early Thursday and died Friday of a gunshot wound.

Mayfield Heights residents called police about a nude man smashing house windows with his fists.

The man's father says he thinks Bucci was using hallucinogenic mushrooms.

© Associated Press and Dispatch Productions, Inc., 2003.

#17 Guest_hippie3_*

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Posted 04 August 2003 - 09:10 AM

mushrooms can act as an emotional amplifier.
so an angry, violent man on mushrooms
is very dangerous indeed.
or maybe he had just taken so much that he lost grip on reality and was trapped in some personal hell,
and had the misfortune of running into unsympathetic police.


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Posted 04 August 2003 - 03:29 PM

There are just too many madpeople and policemen roaming the streets, I usually sit at home

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Posted 04 August 2003 - 09:05 PM

Holy Shit! Let's just say I live in the general area. I saw the report run on the little ticker of the bottom of the screen, Saturday night, which was fucked up enough, but now we find that the guy was on shrooms?

Glad I got my microscopy supplies when I did, now this guy's gonna speed up the process of them outlawing spores, I can feel itPosted Image

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Posted 04 August 2003 - 09:19 PM

Yea about like the last drunk that killed people and they decided to outlaw booze...
Just pokin friend, this kind of media bullshit really pisses me off.

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