Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Cold Blooded

The fact that something resembling a human being can even think at this level shouldn't be shocking to police officers. But it is disturbing in any event:
  • Free on parole, convicted armed robber Timothy Herring Jr. was determined not to go back to prison.

    So when the 19-year-old sneaked back Friday to the scene of a burglary he’d committed hours earlier and overheard veteran police officer and evidence technician Michael Flisk say “I’ve got a good fingerprint,” he acted in the coldest of blood, law enforcement sources said.

    Armed with a handgun and wearing an electronic tracking bracelet on his ankle, Herring crept up on Flisk and former CHA police officer Stephen Peters in the alley on the 8100 block of South Burnham and shot both men dead, it’s alleged.

Society needs to be just as cold blooded in this case and pursue the death penalty in no uncertain terms. Anything else is insult piled upon injury.

There are just some people who need to put in the ground. And this asshole is Exhibit #1. He has, never had, will never have any redeeming qualities whatsoever. Every second he lives is depriving deserving people, animals and amoebas of oxygen to breathe.



Blogger Det. Shaved Longcock said...

As always SCC you hit the nail on the head! I could not agree with you more.

11/30/2010 12:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Libtards are pushing for abolishment of the Death Penalty in the Veto Session just starting up in Springpatch.
Thank a Democrat

11/30/2010 12:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He destroyed two family's and took two lives. Now he should receive the death penalty. Anything less would be just an insult to every desent human being.

11/30/2010 12:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anthony Sabella said...

***please post****
The Brotherhood for the Fallen is having a benefit for Officer Flisk Wednesday after the funeral. We will be at the FOP hall from 1800-2300. Officer Flisk leaves behind a wife and four children, we would like to raise whatever we can to help them in this time of need. Pizza and adult beverages will be served we just ask for donations at the door. Anyone interested in donating or helping in any way you can contact me in area 3 gangs

11/30/2010 12:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thought it was especially pathetic that weis had to bend over backwards to "thank the community," for coming forward to help apprehend the offender. Why in the name of God should anyone be thanked for doing the right thing after 2 people have been
murdered over parts of a car?
Am grateful/thankful for tireless work on behalf of law enforcement
agencies, especially CPD.
Don't know anything about Calloway. Yes, he needs to learn how to speak English, and construct a lucid sentence, but I'm (at this point) willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.
Would rather have the truth from an unskilled speaker than fr p or jj with their pointless racist comments.

11/30/2010 12:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So using the tracking info from the GPS ankle bracelet, the f*cker was caught in a lie? Burn in hell.

11/30/2010 12:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I'm making this out right, Herring wasn't even eligible to be out on electronic detention at the time of this killing -- by the IDOC's own guidelines.

Eligible inmates must...not be a current technical parole violator as that admission type provides evidence of non-compliance with required community supervision behavior (absent without leave, curfew, etc.)"


Someone said here that he'd failed a urine test for drugs over the summer, and was therefore a technical violator. (Not to mention having apparently gotten hold of a gun and shot somebody...)

Takes a special kind of person to get in this much trouble within a 100-foot radius, huh?

11/30/2010 01:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scc please create a posting for the following information: An account has been opened at the Chicago Patrolmans Federal Credit Union in officer Michael Flisk's name. Any and all donations to the family of officer Flisk can be made to the Michael Flisk Fund at any of the CPFCU locations. ( I dont have the addreee of the main branch, perhaps you can include it in your thread??) This account will be used for future financial needs of officer Flisk's 4 children as well as his wife's needs. We will NEVER forget!

11/30/2010 01:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Common CPD exempts, lets get a little more professional....

The Commander on television said the offender "committed the breaking into the Burglary" and he looked like his oversized suit coat came from a Talking Heads video.

Come on guys, the whole nation is watching

11/30/2010 01:19:00 AM  
Blogger hemorrhoid said...

You better clear your demand for the death penalty with former governor George Ryan. Please tell Ryan that, if the death penalty still existed, he wouldn't have to worry about getting out of jail!

11/30/2010 01:53:00 AM  
Blogger Defective Detective said...

It is always very evident to me that Rev. Jesse Jackson never speaks (at least publicly) about people who commit these cold blooded murders.

Well, being a man of God, Rev. Jackson must see the good in Timothy Herring.

I don't.

But it appears Timothy Herring himself finally disqualified himself from the Illinois Parole Board. (Hats off to the Illinois Parole Board: Another fine decision!)

11/30/2010 02:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Mike, youll be missed said...

not sure if its true or just a feel good rumor but I heard that they were able to lift a print of the bad guy from the garage. from what I heard the print that they got is from a dusting that flisk was already in the middle of doing before he was killed. If mike did dust that print and that print was the reason the case was broken open that is truly spectacular. If that rumor is true then Mike as always you did a great job. Just like every job you went on your took your time, did the job right and ended the day with the evidence needed to catch the bad guy. Mike your watch is over and may you rest in peace, youve done well. Can anyone confirm if mike had originally found and dusted the print of the man that had killed him?

11/30/2010 02:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

good work by the A/2 dics and all involved. I heard you guys went balls to the wall(as you should have) and really worked your tails off. As a member of this department take my sincere thanks for doing a kick ass job and for getting this case signed sealed and delivered. You guys are great and should be commended for your hard work. thanks guys, I know if I see ya in a bar the first few are on me!

11/30/2010 02:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did I read that right?

He is accused of another violent crime that occurred in June?

This murdering bastard is just a typical result of the Cook County justice system, released from previous felonies in order to attack citizens over and over again.

And why does it happen?

Because everyone who is responsible for his not being in the bowels of a prison, is indemnified!

That's right! It's the WHOLE system that is failing and nobody has to answer for it.

When they re-offend, everyone in the system can't be sued for their ineptitude. Not JUDGES, who sentence with court supervision or probation, or a suspended sentence, not PROSECUTORS who plea bargain for light sentences to get their conviction, not PAROLE BOARDS who release these bastards early. No one has to answer for it because they are indemnified against blame or lawsuits.

POLITICIANS are even worse! They want to cut spending so, hey, let's empty the prison so we don't have to feed, clothe and house all those animals! God forbid they should cut the budget by getting rid of all of the dead-weight suits that are collecting State, County or City paychecks for useless jobs, (We could save hundreds of million$ just by getting rid of the Tollway Authority whose job should be being handled by IDOT!).

Of course, none of these criminals are being paroled into the neighborhoods where the judges, prosecutors, politicians or parole board members live. If they were, you'd be seeing a whole different attitude out of them. They'd be going for life sentences for everything, then!

Why is everyone afraid to get tough? Votes?

11/30/2010 02:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the thought that officer flisk was killed because of a car burglary investigation makes it hurt even more--- a 19 year old convicted armed robber on parole and wearing an ankle monitor--- hello, another asshole let out of jail early who commits another crime--- whoever is responsible for his early release, what can you say to his widow and four children--- you should be the one going to jail along with that filthy governor quinn....

11/30/2010 03:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Officer Flisk will be remembered by all who knew him. The murder will soon be rendered into the prisons for the rest of his useless, miserable life, hopefully put to death and very soon, forgotten by all, as though he never existed.

When we ask the bigger questions about why we're here, we can confidently say that Officer Flisk, albeit taken way too soon, fulfilled the criteria of having lived a life of meaning. He helped people in need. He did the right things, traveled the right paths. He got up every day and worked to benefit his fellow man. In light of the tragedy we all must endure, lets still take time rejoice in the knowledge that Officer Flisk ultimately won the game.

Herein lies the greatest justice of all, regardless of whatever the systems of man may impose. We all meet the same fate, some too soon, some in unfortunate ways, but the best we can strive for during our time on this spinning orb is be a person who matters. Officer Flisk was and is a person who matters.

The murderer is not.

When the final tally is made, all we hope for is that the lives we lead will allow us to take rank amongst the people like Officer Flisk, written in the cosmic book of those who meant something positive to other people.

Officer Flisk did not deserve what he faced, but blessed is he who mattered.

- Saddened 4th District Resident, Hegewisch.

11/30/2010 03:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

slightly OT - leave keith calloway alone, he's a true gentleman and a big teddy bear. would rather see him walk the halls of 007 as opposed to AC/DC

11/30/2010 04:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just dont believe justice will be properly served...No faith in Anita and the cook county system.

11/30/2010 05:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More blood on the hands of Pat Quinn !

Why wasn’t this murdering savage serving out his sentence for armed robbery in prison instead of lurking the streets and murdering at will ??????

How long must we endure the incompetence and blatant disregard for public safety that sacrifices the lives of our brothers and drenches our streets with blood everyday by the criminals in Springfield and City Hall ?

How long ! ? !

11/30/2010 05:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC, let's not forget the guy this asshole shot a block away in june. Just got charged with that one too. Three people shot by this guy, two of which weren't pieces of shit and still not one person from this community will speak out? Fuck them all then!
A/2, you guys did a great job and now it's time to pat yourselves on the back and go home and get some sleep. You've earned it.

11/30/2010 06:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He should be buried up to his neck and let the bugs turn him into a skeleton.

A democrat

11/30/2010 06:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

KC was DK's study partner when they were both in school. Worked midnights in A2 Property. Now DK is the Sup's atty - and Keith is a Commander. Teddy Bear, yes. Qualification other than one hand washes the other - jury is out.

11/30/2010 06:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a walking piece of excrement. No rhyme or reason for his existence.

11/30/2010 06:40:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did I hear a clip of Jody Weiss say You just cant predict these kinds of crimes even if you had a crystal ball? On WLS radio this morning? WTF?
This guy takes Hypocrisy to a whole new level...
FYI the perp was living across the street/alley on home monitoring. Not hard to imagine a violent crime offender on early release committing a more heinous crime is it???
How many Police has he deployed under direction of the "Predictive Analasis Group"
Stay safe officers...For real!

11/30/2010 06:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

November 25, 2010

Quinn acts on another 68 clemency petitions, approving 20 of them

--Sad to say this we will be reading about this again. Quinn is a goof!

11/30/2010 07:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great job! I love that he's eligible for the death penalty.

11/30/2010 07:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You don't understand. It's not his fault. Society let him down. If there were more tax funded programs to give him free schooling, rent, food and medical care as well as SSI so he could have some free money in his pocket, he would not have done this.

He did not have "white privilege" giving him every advantage in life. If there were only some program of affirmative action in place to place him in a position over better qualified applicants, he might have led a very productive life.

This is our fault. It takes a village to raise a child and we, as the villagers, let him down. If only he knew that he could father countless children with no care of supporting them in a "food desert" he may have gone on to do great things.

11/30/2010 07:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Save everyone the cost and grief of dealing with that peice of crap. Take him to Daley Center and stone him to death in front of everyone.The next asshole might think twice :-)

11/30/2010 07:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is the judge that released this POS back into society after he committed an armed robbery just a few months ago?

Who is the politician responsible for prosecuting the armed robbery case who just let this POS walk?

Who is the probation officer who let a failed urine test slide (assuming that rumor is true), instead of violating this POS and sending him to prison where he belongs?

Each and every one of them have the blood of this officer and this citizen on their hands. They are just as guilty of murder as this POS who pulled the trigger.

May you all burn in hell for what you have done.

Just a citizen who supports our police officers.

11/30/2010 08:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Home monitoring braclet? Such a joke. Do they really check or even do anything if the offender leaves his residence?

11/30/2010 08:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I cant believe this brazen little jagoff did what he did. What a slap in the face to all of us in the community.

11/30/2010 08:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone knew when caught this savage would be a convicted felon released early.How many Policeman have lost their lives because the "system" failed to do their jobs? We the Police are always second guessed and blamed for everything wrong with this "system".... but look at how many murders both P.O.'s as well as civilians have been committed by animals sent home early.
Again there is NO FEAR by these animals...they do not fear us or the criminal courts.This POS got a break and was released early and in order to stay out assassinated a uniformed Police Officer and a retired P.O.
This society is truely backwards..where the good guys are made to look bad and the bad guys do whatever they fucking want!!!!!!
WE will never forget...but the general public will and this WILL happen again.As long as two legged animals are allowed to walk free and the defenders are kept from doing what needs to be done..this will not change but only get worse.
RIP Officers
Please be safe everyone...be alert at all times on and off duty,do not go anywhere without a pistol and do not give these savages any chance to repeat this tragic event.

11/30/2010 08:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The shock and horror of the civilized society need to realise one thing, this is NORMAL THINKING in that community. The lack of impulse control,basic social skills and BARBARIC behavior are the norm. Everyday the gap grows between US/THEM, all the while their behavior is condoned, rewarded and payed for by our sweat. It is just plain sickening. My heart goes out to both the Flisk family and the Peters family in this time of complete sorrow and disgust.

11/30/2010 08:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Veto Session Agenda
Thanks to Ryan and the Democrats there will be no death penalty in Illinois.

Monday November 29th, 2010, 12:35pm

"During the first three days of Illinois' fall veto session, the wheels started to turn on a few initiatives that are critically important to the moral and economic health of the state. When the General Assembly reconvenes this week to finish up its annual business, can we expect swift action on any high-profile bills? Here's a brief preview of what to watch for in the statehouse over the next few days:

Death penalty opponents are confident that their new bill to abolish capital punishment (SB 3539) is picking up steam."

11/30/2010 08:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Bible, Torah, Koran the books of the 3 major religions all teach punishing those who commit crimes. The putting to death of murders is condoned. Society needs to take the action which will stem murder to a degree.

11/30/2010 08:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scc please create a posting for the following information: An account has been opened at the Chicago Patrolmans Federal Credit Union in officer Michael Flisk's name. Any and all donations to the family of officer Flisk can be made to the Michael Flisk Fund at any of the CPFCU locations. ( I dont have the addreee of the main branch, perhaps you can include it in your thread??) This account will be used for future financial needs of officer Flisk's 4 children as well as his wife's needs. We will NEVER forget!
11/30/2010 01:16:00 AM

CPFCU info:

main location: 1407 W Washington
south side: 2766 W 111th
north side: 5310 N Harlem
Hours: M-F: 8-5, Sat: 9-noon

11/30/2010 08:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave Calloway alone. I'd kick down a door with him any day.

11/30/2010 08:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great job by all involved in solving this terrible incident.To have the offender in custody before Officer Flisk is laid to rest is the way this department should operate. To bad he didn't have the balls to try to shoot someone who was not distracted looking for evidence and you guys could have put him in the ground where he belongs. R.I.P. E.T. Flisk Ret.177

11/30/2010 08:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is going to take stand, get to the bottom of these libtard Parole Board members who constantly allow the vermin out of prison? How many rules do these violators have to break in order to keep them in prison where they belong? Another prime example of sheer stupidity and ignorance.
Time to CHANGE the rules and make these people accountable for their inept decision making. It's time for CITIZENS to take a stand on this and get the ball rolling before another officer or citizen gets killed again by these animals.

11/30/2010 08:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
slightly OT - leave keith calloway alone, he's a true gentleman and a big teddy bear. would rather see him walk the halls of 007 as opposed to AC/DC

11/30/2010 04:15:00 AM

Couldn't agree more.It irks me to read comments about Calloways manner of talking in posts about officers being killed in cold blood.Calloway may not speak clearly at times,but he is a bright guy.He's also played "real police"when he was dumped to 003 out of the academy.He learned the job well there for years before moving up.God forbid something like this happens to me or immediate family,but I would be more confident knowing that Calloway was involved in an investigation.

11/30/2010 08:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Calloway may not be the best public speaker, but he is sincere and he truly cares about the police. Not to mention, he is the real police, unlike many others up there- even besides JPW. Despite his rough appearance, Calloway really is a good boss and should be amongst the top CPD brass.

11/30/2010 09:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did anyone catch Jody's reference to a "Crystal Ball"? Kind of ironic, don't you think?
God Bless you Mike. You were a great cop and a great friend.

11/30/2010 09:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about the other cop killers?

11/30/2010 09:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

slightly OT - leave keith calloway alone, he's a true gentleman and a big teddy bear. would rather see him walk the halls of 007 as opposed to AC/DC

He may be a great guy, but a poor choice to speak to the media. Like a previous poster said, the world is watching. They should have had the boy wonder, Lt. Deenihan do the speaking. Mark my words, this kid will be running the department one day--and that's a good thing. At any rate, excellent work A/2. That's how it's done...

11/30/2010 09:49:00 AM  
Blogger Bill said...

The real scary bit: that he shot a neighbor over the summer, the neighbor didn't ID him for fear of retaliation--but now he comes forward. The no-snitching culture of the 'hood is directly responsible for this guy being on the street long enough to kill. Like to hope some folks will ponder this and start talking to the cops about the killers in their midst, but somehow, I doubt it.

11/30/2010 09:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WTF is going on in Chicago? This is insane. I am sure this is easier said then done but take back the f*&cking streets! You get called on it, claim Post Tramatic Stress Syndrome from watching your fellow brothers dying. No one can blame you. Stick together, they can't fire or discipline the whole department. No offense but it is sad to see you guys so beat down. Your superiors aren't going to help you out, do it yourselves!!

11/30/2010 10:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the way, the flag was still not lowered to half last night in 023!! Guess the custodians are still on holiday break!

11/30/2010 10:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The FOP should have a march in Springfield to get the death penalty back for cop killers. Why should our tax money pay for this shit bird to remain alive????

11/30/2010 11:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

slightly OT - leave keith calloway alone, he's a true gentleman and a big teddy bear. would rather see him walk the halls of 007 as opposed to AC/DC

Was he the commander of 007 who gave a great speech after Thomas Wortham was killed? He didn't mince words and didn't care about being politically correct. Sounds like we need more white shirts like him.

11/30/2010 11:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If he gets convicted, Gov. Quinn will probably let him go in just a few years, again. Quinn is one of the worst mistakes Illinois ever made.

11/30/2010 11:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Illinois is lost. Democrats are going to abolish death penalty here, pandering to their base. The savages of Chicago have no fear at all.

Give them the service they deserve.

11/30/2010 11:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very well said SCC.

Cicero PD

11/30/2010 12:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave Keith Calloway alone, he is not an unskilled speaker, he doesn't need to learn how to speak English or sentence construction. He's a good guy. And this is about the excellent work that was done to mitigate a tragedy. Keith Calloway has a stuttering problem. But you are a huge goof.

11/30/2010 12:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many times has this piece of shit violated his home monitoring with no punishment. Either nobody checks the gps or those who are supposed to are too over worked and falling behind on their duties. This wouldn't happen if someone actually monitored those ankle bracelets.

11/30/2010 12:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The scary thought is: how many others are on the loose with the same mentality.

It's a dangerous world, brothers; stay alert.

11/30/2010 12:47:00 PM  
Anonymous someone must pay said...

Red HERRING is an idiomatic expression referring to a rhetorical tactic of diverting attention away from an item of significance.For example, Timothy's early release, i.e., the news of his arrest may be purposefully cast as highly suspicious through emphasis or descriptive techniques; attention is drawn away from the true guilty party. WHO LET THIS DOG OUT?

11/30/2010 12:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the Police Bitch-slap some shithead the wrath of J-Fled and A. Alvarez will be upon them.

11/30/2010 01:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keith Calloway has a speech impediment. Big deal!!! He is an awesome man and boss and the Dets in Area Two respect him tremendously! Anyone criticizing him needs a lesson in compassion. I am sure you have faults of your own.

11/30/2010 01:29:00 PM  
Blogger Anoun Amouse said...

Its sickening that this poor example of a human being was on the streets, out of prison. Due basically to politics.Politics of appeasement, of incarceration rates of certain races becoming an act of blackmail by the poverty pimps and unethical reverends. By the politics of the overeducated ultra-left who do not understand that those who are prone to be violent criminals have no place walking free in society. To the politicians who willingly trade their humanity to these groups for votes, if given a choice, I would have you tried and when found guilty hung on a lamppost like Mussolini

11/30/2010 01:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every car should be a 10-4 unit!

11/30/2010 01:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For the sake of us all and more importantly, our families, we must organize and march again to highlight the incompetence of this state and its justice system. If we can organize and march for a contract we can certainly find motivation to march for justice. Enough is enough already. I am sick of brother officers being prematurely taken from their families because of this savagery. Blame does not lie just with the POS but with the Cook County States Attorneys Office, the parole board, the judges and our incompetent politicians. We had two judges (Lampkin and Davy)who were responsible for letting the killers of Officer Valadez out early and what was done about it. They passed the Valadez law that you still have to fight the ASAs to approve. The FOP initially shed light on the two judges who were responsible for letting these killers out early, but guess what if you go back and check the endorsements this past election you'll find that they actually endorsed Davy for retention. How soon everyone forgets. Am I alone here, please let me hear others cry out for justice. Like Officer Flisk,I too am a husband and father of four. While I know the risks of this job, it bothers me immensely to think that I can be taken from my family because someone failed to do their job and appropriately prosecute this POS, incarcerate this POS, or monitor this POS. I can't think of a greater cause to march than this. Lets bring awareness to the nation of the incompetence and reckless disregard that this state and more so, the Cook County States Attorneys Office operate under. May God bless the soul of Officer Flisk and his family.

11/30/2010 02:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Dave in Albany Park said...

Damn, it just gets worse with every new report:

"After he gunned down a Chicago police officer and a former public housing officer, Timothy Herring Jr. noticed one of them still moving, authorities say.

So the 19-year-old parolee went back to them as they lay in a Southeast Side alley and shot each in the head a second time, prosecutors disclosed today in court."

Nineteen and already no longer human.

What really scares me is that I have a feeling that biofilm like this are not nearly unusual enough, and my relatively quiet 'hood is going to lose police officers to the S and W sides....

11/30/2010 02:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

New York city was out of control when Giuliani took over and despite the lousy revruns and the limp wristed liberals in New York City, he brought order to what many considered an ungovernable city. We need a no-nonsense mayor, police superintendent and governor. We'll never get them, but we need them and if we had them, these crumbs would be in prison instead of on the street murdering former CHAPD PO Peters and CPD ET Flisk.

What kind of reasoning did this lousy piece of human debris use when he shot these 2 people? He didn't want to go back to jail for a couple more years? Well hey, douchebag, try the rest of your meaningless life now, asswipe.

Between the link card users and the liberal dim-wits, they're going to destroy our society and then they'll sit there and debate what caused it at their God Damned cocktail parties.

11/30/2010 02:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

IDOC and CCDOC need to ensure that those on home monitoring are actually MONITORED. An ankle monitoring bracelet is useless without anyone to actually monitor it.

11/30/2010 03:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SFPD copper here. . . I don't know how you guys do it. The seemingly endless cop killings and not a peep from the "community leaders" until one of their's is given a traffic ticket. My condolences to the friends and families of the slain, and Godspeed to all of you.

11/30/2010 03:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another dogass piece of shit who doesn't deserve to breathe the same air we do.

11/30/2010 03:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have known Calloway since he was a patrolmen in Englewood. He worked for me before I retired. A fine fellow, a good police oficer and a gentleman. I can say nothing bad about him.And, he is not a dummy!! Sometimes people change for the worse when they get rank. I heard he has not. George Bush has been criticized for his poor english and people on thie blog slam other writers for typeovers and some spelling errors. You gotta give the good guys a break on these minor events.

11/30/2010 03:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

JPUD believes we are all expendable. I can't wait till his circus of a career with the CPD is over. I haven't seen this many police killed in a long time. JPUD's policies and history of threatening, second guessing and stripping P.O.s who do their jobs has finally detroyed the CPD. Depolicing is the wave of the future in Chicago, there is just too much to lose if you work for this guy.

11/30/2010 03:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't imagine how difficult it must be to be a detective handling the murder of one of our own. For them to be able to keep their cool and not kill that mutt while he sat in the interview room takes such composure and dedication to the job. I don't know that I could ever do it. I'm sure they all busted their asses and got this arrest put together as quickly as possible. Just wanted to extend a big fat thank you to our dedicated detectives and every p/o that helped make the arrest of this piece of shit possible.

11/30/2010 03:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Can anyone confirm if Mike had originally found and dusted the print of the man that had killed him?"

--11/30/2010 02:30:00 AM

I've seen in several news stories that he had, and just this moment I heard the following on WBBM Radio -- here's my paraphrasis.

Flisk and Peters were out in Peters' back yard as Flisk processed the crime scene. Herring came over to them and said, "I know who did this."

Either Flisk or Peters (I think it was Flisk) said to Herring, "It doesn't matter. We lifted a good fingerprint and we'll find out for sure."


At this point, Herring turned away, started to walk away -- AND THEN SUDDENLY TURNED AND SHOT BOTH MEN IN THE HEAD.

This is split-second animal cunning, a real street knowledge of human reactions and weaknesses learned in the hardest school there is.

I do believe it's always been called "getting the drop."

Man, oh man.

This was worse than a simple ambush; the guy apparently sought out the officers, interacted with them, got information, and then acted on it.

Sounds like a plan to me. I think they call it "premeditation."

Now, one officer just posted here on SCC about how he'll often keep his weapon in his hand during a street stop, and then bid the person a polite "Good night" and holster the weapon when nothing comes of the stop.

Timothy Herring teaches us --

In the street-stop situation the officer described, where you're concerned enough to have it out in the first place, DON'T BE SO QUICK TO SNAP 'ER BACK IN! Hang back a little and watch 'em go. If they look over their shoulder, well, they'll see you. Still watching them.

By the way -- was Officer Flisk indeed "the first responder," the first officer on this still-hot scene, 10-99 with the burglar still right there with a gun? I don't care "a couple of hours later." Backlog, you know? If so, Weis falls flat on his face again -- not that he wasn't wrong in any case in that ass-covering little speech he made.

"Society needs to be just as cold blooded in this case and pursue the death penalty in no uncertain terms."

Uh -- we have a mad dog here that has to be destroyed before it attacks someone else. Lethal injection, please.

As far as the Superintendent goes, well, please do one decent thing. You don't know how to run the machine and you're going to wreck the factory. Too many people have gotten hurt already. Admit that you're in over your head and resign.

Christ, it's not that important to you. It's not like you don't know where your next meal is coming from.

11/30/2010 03:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh. Excuse me for asking, but --

Where is the Mayor?

No. I mean physically.

You have people getting gunned down right and left, and funeral bunting on police headquarters -- where the f__k IS Mayor Daley?

Hello? Hello?


Captain's not answering.

No one's steering this ship anymore.

I guess that makes it "every man for himself."

Stay safe.

11/30/2010 04:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I just don't believe justice will be properly served...No faith in Anita and the Cook County system..."

--11/30/2010 05:41:00 AM

...all marching along behind Lisa Madigan's "crusade against domestic violence."

Glad to see it's working out so well, huh?

Triple Homicide -- Three Found Stabbed To Death In Morgan Park Neighborhood

"Police are questioning a person of interest in the deaths of Stacy Cochran-Hill, 43, and her daughters Jade, 17, and Joi, 11, in their apartment in the 11100 block of South Bell Avenue, authorities said.

"Officers were called to the large courtyard building at about 10:30 p.m. Monday and found the three repeatedly stabbed, police said. They were all pronounced dead at the scene.

"The relationship between the person of interest and the victims was not known. Police told Ramey that it did not appear to be a break-in..."


It's a lot of work killing one person with a knife...

Mr. Mayor?

Supt. Weis?

Rev. Jackson?

Fr. Pfleger?


This will be pushed off the front page by another one in a day or so...

The city would appear to be engaged in a Totentanz -- a dance of death.

Look, look! See how they leap, and spin...and fall...

11/30/2010 04:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To those hating on KC,

He may not posess great english skills............however he is a policeman's boss. Went toe to toe with people oon the street right next to his blue shirts. They guy used to ride around in 007 as the Commander in a wagon, solo and be the first on cluster#$% scenes when officers called for help, he backed his guys and always said thanks. They guy is top notch especially for a boss. I will take him over 95% of the gold stars in this department and I guaranteed if you knew him you would too

11/30/2010 04:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, here's Daley. Just like clockwork, after the funerals his head pops up again. Man of the people that he is, he's spouting about how "the city faces financial disaster" if taxes are raised on homeowners and businesses.

This is what you call a throwaway; he's on his way out the door anyway.

Can't say taxes ever bothered him before.

Little bastard. Go, would you? With friends like you, who needs enemies? Just shut up and go.

11/30/2010 04:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if Quinn will have the nerve to show up at the funeral.

11/30/2010 04:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing turnout at the wake. Very somber and devastatingly sad, however, what a tribute to E.T. Flisk. Thank you to the CFD who walked up and down the huge lines offering fresh hot coffee and hot chocolate. It was much appreciated and helped warm us up who wore nothing more than dress blues. I hope we don't have to go to one of those for a long long time.

Rot in hell eternally Timothy Herring. It's where you belong, suffering the worst fate.

PO in 006

11/30/2010 05:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow, tracked to the scene of the crime. How accurate are those bracelets?

I hope if the tracking data is accurate this cretin tries suicide by cop.

11/30/2010 05:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The last Housing Projects tenants are being forced out of Cabrini. Brace yourself Chicago These uncivilised Mother Fuckers are coming to a neighborhood near you.

11/30/2010 05:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Did I read that right?

"He is accused of another violent crime that occurred in June?"

--11/30/2010 02:57:00 AM

Aside from failing a drug test -- that in and of itself should have sent him back to prison --
parolee Herring got hold of a gun and shot someone in the back, right down the street from Grandma's house where Herring's been staying.

The person survived, but would not press charges for fear that Herring would kill the person's mother.

The state is too busy frantically "picking up the case" when an alleged victim tries to drop "domestic violence" charges to be bothered with some little thing like this.

Special thanks go to Attorney General Lisa Madigan -- "the state's chief law enforcement officer" -- for setting the tone here.

Herring was left free to wander around the neighborhood with his "electronic monitoring" bracelet on, doing whatever he damned pleased.

Now he has killed two people.

Jody Weis and Anita Alvarez were side-by-side in front of the TV cameras just now, looking all pleased with themselves -- as though either of them had actually done anything except worsen the situation through ineptness and through intentional "politically correct" policy respectively, and then try to get political mileage out of these shootings and deaths.

11/30/2010 05:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Weiss says to the News Media WIND Radio, at the 5:30pm. news break, that its "disturbing, when someone gets out [of prison] a little too early". DISTURBING ? A LITTLE too Soon?
This idiot is even goofier than Daley, if that's possible...
God, we are so doomed being led by these political-hack Clowns.

11/30/2010 05:40:00 PM  
Blogger kateykakes said...

If Chicago is anything like Philadelphia in regards to the death penalty, the jury will be filled with liberals and I'm sorry to say, the death penalty probably won't happen. And even if the POS is given the death penalty, there will be appeal after appeal after appeal. Look at the mockery that Wesley Cook (aka Mumia Abu Jamal) caused to the justice system. He was on death row for what? - 30 yrs? for the murder of Officer Daniel Faulkner and that son of a bitch is still alive.

Any monster that takes an officer's life should be hung in public for all to see. No lethal injection - it's much to easy. Hang him and watch him suffer. Just my opinion - not that it means much.

11/30/2010 06:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the poster wondering about Mikes work on the job he was at when he was assassinated. Without giving away to much, I was there, and yes he developed prints and took great photos.
The work he did was above and beyond what was required of him, but typical of Mike and his level of professionalism it was all great stuff and it was used to reconstruct both crime scenes, (the burg and homicide) and will be used to help prosecute the shitbag who killed him.

11/30/2010 06:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"DISTURBING" "A LITTLE TOO SOON" WILL YOU PLEASE JUST RESIGN YOU IGNORANT PIECE OF GARBAGE. How can an allegedly well educated man repeatedly make such assinine comments??? HOW???!!!

11/30/2010 06:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight....The ankle GPS monitored didn't stop this subhuman POS from committing a crime? Sort of sounds like a POD camera stopping a crime.

I'm just saying.

11/30/2010 06:58:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"To the poster wondering about Mike's work on the job he was at when he was assassinated. Without giving away too much, I was there, and, yes, he developed prints and took great photos"

--11/30/2010 06:26:00 PM

...all of which evidence was apparently just left there -- am I guessing right? -- by the person who KILLED the evidence technician in a bid to "save himself."

The mental workings just leave you shaking your head.

After Herring murdered two people "because he didn't want to go back to prison," he is now reported to have told several people in the neighborhood that he committed the crime, and --

He is reported to have cut off some of his braids "to disguise himself," then to have put the hair in a box with the murder weapon -- as neatly as any evidence technician, and I bet there were prints all over it too -- and given the package to some other dullard (who is now charged with UUW) to "hold."


Strap this motherf___er down and do it to him.

11/30/2010 07:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The parole officers and their supervisors assigned to this jagoff should be held accountable.

11/30/2010 07:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Calloway and I do not see eye to eye. If we saw each other we would not even speak to one another. The truth here is, I do not care if the guy spoke in jibber jabber or with a hand full of marbles in his mouth. From what friends in A/2 VC are saying, he did an excellent job on this. So I have to give the man credit where credit is due. If the fact that he has a speech problem is true? anyone making light of that is not right in the head. Good Job to everyone working on this case.

11/30/2010 07:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've never worked for Calloway but have met him a few times. I can honestly say he is the real police, a great guy and more intelligent than those who post ignorant remarks about him based on a 30 second news clip. No I'm not related to him or a desk dolly, I'm just a lowly working P.O. who knows a good boss when he sees one.

11/30/2010 07:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Parole and home monitoring are a joke. Nobody actually monitors these puke's.

11/30/2010 08:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

The last Housing Projects tenants are being forced out of Cabrini. Brace yourself Chicago These uncivilised Mother Fuckers are coming to a neighborhood near you.

11/30/2010 05:39:00 PM

They are already IN a neighborhood near you.

There are fewer than 6 families left in that high rise. All others have left already all over the city.

The middle class working black families have been feeling the pain in increased crime already. They don't want the public housing shitheads any more than anyone else does. The project garbage are institutionalized scum and will ruin any building/neighborhood they end up in.

With the end of Cabrini as an example, they are in public housing, on the dole, as was their previous generations, the CHA provides FREE moving vans to take them to their next FREE living quarters and still they refuse and force CHA to take them to court in hopes of extracting better digs.

Ingrained sense of entitlement. It is now in their DNA. Where ever they go will be good for locksmiths and steel door companies.

11/30/2010 08:14:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I know why Mayor Daley has been absent regarding Officer Flisk's death. He has been down in Springfield having the retirement age raised from 50-55 for our new hire pensions. The House just voted on it today! It passed. Thy sneaky POS

This can be the only reason. As we bury one of our own, he is screwing us again thinking we wouldn't notice

This is probably the only big city mayor in America that wouldn't publicly comment on a police officer's death in his own city!

11/30/2010 08:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get rid of the parole board and parole itself. Make these assholes do every bit of time that they are sentenced to.

11/30/2010 08:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No family members of this scum even bothered to go to court for his hearing. That ought to let people know that his parents won't be getting any Parents of the Year awards anytime soon.

11/30/2010 08:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Oh, boy. got blindsided, with everything else going on. Going around the TV, hit on Channel 11, Chicago Stories program, and it was the one about the Our Lady of the Angels fire --

December 1, 1958.

I saw this once. I couldn't watch it again.

Another time we observe in Chicago -- I say a prayer.


11/30/2010 08:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

The Libtards are pushing for abolishment of the Death Penalty in the Veto Session just starting up in Springpatch.
Thank a Democrat

11/30/2010 12:19:00 AM

And Quinn will no doubt get his civil unions bill passed. Quinn said today on the news that the civil union thing will let people know that Illinois is a tolerant state.

Sure, in Illinois they tolerate armed robbery, rape, dope slinging and murder. They all get second, third and fourth chances in Illinois. It's OK if you have a large bodyguard contingent. Then you can afford to be tolerant.

As for me, I will ask for tolerance if I have to blow a hole in their midsection with my shotgun if they get into my house. We'll see how they tolerate magnum 12ga. 00 buckshot propelled out of a Remington pump action.

11/30/2010 08:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An effort to abolish the death penalty is currently moving forward in Springfield. The bill to abolish the death penalty passed out of a house committee today. Atrocities like this is the reason why there is a death penalty. People need to be aware of what is being done under the political cover of a post-election lame duck session.

11/30/2010 08:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

SFPD copper here. . . I don't know how you guys do it. The seemingly endless cop killings and not a peep from the "community leaders" until one of their's is given a traffic ticket. My condolences to the friends and families of the slain, and Godspeed to all of you.

11/30/2010 03:35:00 PM

Not even a peep from our mayor.

The godforsaken scum fucking criminal that he is.

11/30/2010 08:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

End all future paroles until the system can be fixed. Simple easy solution. Can't fix it then no one gets paroled.

11/30/2010 08:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For all you Civilians out there reading this. This is a definition of a SAVAGE!!! Absolute Animal!!!

11/30/2010 08:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Calloway is a good guy. I remember him from 003. He would always back everyone up, take jobs, and didn't dog it

A bunch of us were sent to one of the high schools in 007 that had daily melt downs. Calloway came around to all of the outside units and thanked us for coming to help out.
There are few exempts that will acknowledge your exsistence, let alone thank you for something.

11/30/2010 09:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please Governor Quinn. If you are going to parole these violent rats put them in Winnetka, Highland Park
Lakeview and Hyde Park. Place them near Federal Judges, Bottom feeding lawyers, Liberal professors and others of their ilk.

11/30/2010 09:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"This wouldn't happen if someone actually monitored those ankle bracelets."

--11/30/2010 12:38:00 PM

"Home monitoring bracelet? Such a joke. Do they really check or even do anything if the offender leaves his residence?"

--11/30/2010 08:10:00 AM

"IDOC and CCDOC need to ensure that those on home monitoring are actually MONITORED. An ankle monitoring bracelet is useless without anyone to actually monitor it."

--11/30/2010 03:23:00 PM

Used to be that this consisted of a black box plugged into the physical, wire-line home telephone, and an ankle bracelet. Person could go maybe 100 feet from the box before the thing triggered. IDOC would be on the phone almost instantly, questioning and threatening and, shall we say, verifying that it was the right person they were talking to.

Of course, any attempt to cut or remove the bracelet or tamper with it would set it off. It had what you might call "a number of security features." Not only that, it didn't always work right. Walk behind some metal object and cut off the signal, it triggered. Find some "dead spot," some fluke, and it triggered. Thunderstorm or a power outage, it triggered. The battery in the bracelet got weak, it triggered at 4 AM when the person was asleep, and an armed, armored parole officer would be banging on the door.

Installation and maintenance was done by the private firm that contracted with IDOC to provide the system. The "technicians" were at or below the level of many cable TV installers -- poorly educated overall, ungrounded in theory and not knowledgeable beyond the instruction sheets they were given.

Poor guy was afraid to go outside far enough to cut the grass or get the mail with those old ones. Of course, that treatment was for a "domestic violence" offender with no priors -- after prison, of course. "Zero tolerance!" It was something to see.

Today, if they are using GPS now, I guess they know exactly where the paroled armed robber is at all times -- even when he's down the block shooting someone, or out breaking into garages -- but just don't care.


11/30/2010 09:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He may be a great guy, but a poor choice to speak to the media.
However bad, he beats the s&*t out of jfled...
At least he speaks from the heart... with heart.

11/30/2010 09:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The last Housing Projects tenants are being forced out of Cabrini."

--11/30/2010 05:39:00 PM

Not without getting chesty, they're not. "We don' want no trouble here but..."

They're recounting their thirty years' residency as though it were a great achievement -- something that makes them worthy of some special recognition.

The radio was recounting some of these achievements just now -- "The stairwell (where something awful enough to make the history books happened), the building where seven-year-old Dantrell Davis was gunned down on his way to school..." Stuff like that. Was this the same building where a kid wouldn't steal candy for a gang, so they threw him out the window, or was that in another 'jet?

The gangways had to be retrofitted with steel mesh to stop them from heaving refrigerators and s__t over the railing at the police. Go in your bathroom, snap on the light, and whoa! Motherf___er with a gun be crawling out your medicine cabinet from the next unit over.

They tell us that "warehousing human beings in high-rise buildings" was the cause of all this foolishness. If so, nearby Sandburg Village is living proof.


11/30/2010 09:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not CPD; But Family and Friends are. I can only imagine if one of the CPD ranks was responsible for this POS being on the street instead of the Parole Board. They would have been stripped of their Badge and Gun and been crucified in the press.
Where is the outcry from the Press, Goudi, Savini, Kass and other bottom feeders. Why not find out WHO and WHY this animal was released.

11/30/2010 10:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If only there were a specialized group of people assigned to keep track of these thugs while on parole and ensure they follow the rules of their early release.

11/30/2010 10:43:00 PM  
Anonymous The Box Chevy Phantom said...

Public Hanging...

Then leave him on the scaffold for the crows.

Do this enough then maybe, just maybe this will encourage the criminal element to cease their campaign of terror against decent people.

Of course the crooked alderfools, the thug hugging, dope money laundering rever'rear-ends and all of their friends won't allow for the street criminal to be driven to extinction. They fear the fed-up citizens will finally come after THEM and exact a severe accounting for their high performance fuckery.

The same thing with keeping CPD mired in fuckery, bullshit and nonsense. They can't have the guardians becoming a great force for the public good because they read this blog. They know if CPD gains traction, their very way of life, living and "doing business" is in grave danger. They know we despise them for self enrichment on the backs of and self aggrandizement at the expense of those who swore an oath and try their level best to honor that oath.


The most vicious and cold blooded of killers sit on the City Council, in the suite of offices on the Fifth floor of City Hall and the executive suites at CPD Headquarters.

Playing the game of spite, politics and payback has cost the lives of too damn many good Police Officers. The above mentioned may well have pulled the triggers themselves for the great peril this city is in and the even greater peril Policemen are in.

Guilty! Every last one.

This experiment in terror is nearly three years old and the smartest Police managers in the world and their masters (x3) haven't come up with one sustainable, level headed idea to stop the bleeding on the streets.

They're full of ideas on how to punish the Police into submission though.

They WILL pay for what they've done to this city and this Department.

Hell... They're paying now because it's fairly obvious they've outsmarted themselves assuming coppers are weak-minded and stupid.

We say to them as an anonymous U.S. Paratrooper during the Battle of The Bulge remarked about the Germans, "Poor bastards, they got us surrounded... again."

Stay Safe. Go home and enjoy your families. *a clink of the rock glass*

11/30/2010 10:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FIRE ANITA AVEREZ AND VERILE GAMBINO,MARGERET WOOD, and Jim BYRNE, because they do not care about us

12/01/2010 12:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is nothing dearer to us than life. Wheater a man be rich or poor, if he does not live out a long life, he will not accomplish his true purpose.

The gift of life is so specail and I don't no where it was lost. The liberal society should realize there are people working hard for the American dream and there are takers out there. When someone getts convicted of first degree murder it should be automatic that the death sentence kicks in. If life is not important than all is lost.

Just some of my thoughts after attending the wake.

12/01/2010 12:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"If only there were a specialized group of people assigned to keep track of these thugs while on parole and ensure they follow the rules of their early release."

--11/30/2010 10:43:00 PM

They're called "parole officers." They're equipped well, all the latest.

12/01/2010 12:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"For the sake of us all and more importantly, our families, we must organize and march again to highlight the incompetence of this state and its justice system. If we can organize and march for a contract we can certainly find motivation to march for justice. Enough is enough already. "


12/01/2010 03:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They need to kill that POS. Above all they need to correct this fucking system. There is no reason he should have made parole in the first place. Keep these waste off the streets,
It's always darkest before the dawn. Officer Flisk didn't deserve to go like this, and his family doesn't deserve to go through something like, they are great people.

12/01/2010 03:14:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe in the right to life and with it comes a willingness to pay the expense of housing a cretin for life w/o parole just in case of a false conviction since you can't call life back.

This one may be an exception that I could square with my belief system.

12/01/2010 05:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so angry that my friend was murdered by some piece of shit. If I knew how to make this never happen again I would. My heart breaks and I just cannot make my brain understand. Why, Why, can't we as a society not keep these killers where they belong! They dont belong in jail, they belong six feet under after being hanged by their balls and choking on their own feces! I am so outraged and I want this killer to fry! Please please post all future court hearings for this animal. I need to be there to see his face and watch him answer for his evil. I hope that I can work through this senseless murder. I hope mikes family can overcome this terrible, evil deed.

12/01/2010 06:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight....The ankle GPS monitored didn't stop this subhuman POS from committing a crime? Sort of sounds like a POD camera stopping a crime.

I'm just saying.

11/30/2010 06:58:00 PM

Why didn't Commander Goldfinger predict this one? Why isn't he earning his salary?

12/01/2010 08:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Timothy Herring found guilty of murder on 6 May 15. Justice at last.

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