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(Tampa Bay Online)   Is there such thing as diplomatic protection from a media circus on your lawn?   (www2.tbo.com) divider line 60
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2012-11-14 12:16:49 PM
Doesn't always work...
i1079.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-14 12:40:15 PM
In Florida?

/just stand your ground
 
2012-11-14 12:43:50 PM
When she called police about news crews camped out in front of her waterfront mansion, she described herself as an "honorary consul general" and asked for "diplomatic protection."

No. Not yours.
 
2012-11-14 01:34:38 PM
Done in one.
 
2012-11-14 01:36:21 PM

NutWrench: When she called police about news crews camped out in front of her waterfront mansion, she described herself as an "honorary consul general" and asked for "diplomatic protection."

No. Not yours.


"Sure ma'am, we'll give you honorary protection. It's like real protection, but fake."
 
2012-11-14 01:37:42 PM
Sigh. Generals get all the good crazy.
 
2012-11-14 01:38:37 PM
These people are in top positions, and apparently being robotically controlled by honey booboo.

We, as a nation, are farked.
 
2012-11-14 01:38:53 PM

PhiloeBedoe: Doesn't always work...
[i1079.photobucket.com image 468x199]


My first thought too, I wonder if that movie was on the night before she made that call
 
2012-11-14 01:39:23 PM
I listened to that on the news and she said...." "I have inviolability. They should not be on my property. I don't know if you want to get diplomatic, uh, protection involved as well. It's against the law to cross my property. It's inviolable."

Anyone here want to take a bet with me that the 911 operator was all like "WTF is inviolability?!?!" and "Just who the HELL is this Biatch"??!?!?

This seems to fir the situation:

static.someecards.com

/loling at everything and wondering just WHO the fark these people think they are?!?!?!
//23 years military.
 
2012-11-14 01:41:06 PM
www.glitterazi.com
 
2012-11-14 01:41:07 PM
If you flirt with generals, yes

Also can get the FBI to investgate your online cat fights with biatches trying to meddle in your flirting and have them intervene in your sisters custody fights
 
2012-11-14 01:41:19 PM
Wouldn't she, as the property owner, be fully within her rights to tell the media to get off her lawn, and to call the police to enforce that?

The diplomatic part is absurd, of course, but that'll sort itself out.
 
2012-11-14 01:43:59 PM

qorkfiend: Wouldn't she, as the property owner, be fully within her rights to tell the media to get off her lawn, and to call the police to enforce that?

The diplomatic part is absurd, of course, but that'll sort itself out.


She's not NEARLY old enough for that.
 
2012-11-14 01:45:09 PM

qorkfiend: Wouldn't she, as the property owner, be fully within her rights to tell the media to get off her lawn, and to call the police to enforce that?

The diplomatic part is absurd, of course, but that'll sort itself out.


I'm guessing if they are on the sidewalk you can't really do anything about it. Kind of like how abortion protestors are legally allowed to be asshats in front of the clinic.
 
2012-11-14 01:45:18 PM
oi50.tinypic.com
 
2012-11-14 01:47:27 PM
She could throw bags of shiat at them. It's not like anything she does is gonna turn back time, may as well go full nuts.
 
2012-11-14 01:48:34 PM
I wish I lived in these people's la-la land. It sounds nice to live in complete fairytale land.
 
2012-11-14 01:50:26 PM
During an interview today on CNN, a retired general mentioned generals have to deal with "camp followers," describing these wome tied up in this scandal as such.

According to Wikipedia, camp followers are "civilians and their children who follow armies. There are two common types of camp followers; first, the wives and children of soldiers, who follow their spouse or parent's army from place to place; the second type of camp followers have historically been informal army service providers, servicing soldiers needs whilst encamped, in particular selling goods or services that the military does not supply, these have included cooking, laundering, liquor, nursing, sexual services and sutlery."

I say these women are the latter type, but I'm not sure what "services" they're both offering.

/Just kidding, yes, I do.
 
2012-11-14 01:52:29 PM
license plate: "Honorary Consul 1JK." Just Kidding.

"She did have base access but does not currently because of her involvement in an ongoing investigation," a military official told the Tribune.

She had a sticker on the windshield of her car.
 
2012-11-14 01:54:50 PM
Heh heh, bank foreclosed on a $1.8 millin dollar loan for their home.

Defaulted on a $2.1 million dollar loan and lost a commercial building used to secure said loan

Defaulted on a $25,000 credit card debt

B-B-B-But Diplomatic Immunity!!!!
 
2012-11-14 01:59:06 PM
Jill Kelly only one E, was a porn star from my ute.
 
2012-11-14 02:00:13 PM
Get off my lawn, please.

us.123rf.com
 
2012-11-14 02:04:41 PM
Huh, turns out she is actually an honourary consul for South Korea.

CNN

But maybe not for much longer.
 
2012-11-14 02:10:59 PM
No
Fark you
Does not mean what you think it means and it means it doesn't apply to you, you thieving twat!
flamingchorizo.files.wordpress.com

/zero tolerance or pity for charity scam farks
 
2012-11-14 02:15:40 PM
Throw firecrackers at them. Seriously, this is her private property, they need to get off her lawn. If it were me, I'd be out there with a shotgun.
 
2012-11-14 02:15:45 PM
I lol'd. The world Jill Kelley imagined she was playing in:

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-14 02:18:31 PM

lifeboat: [oi50.tinypic.com image 227x290]


NICE!!!!
 
2012-11-14 02:19:01 PM

manimal2878: qorkfiend: Wouldn't she, as the property owner, be fully within her rights to tell the media to get off her lawn, and to call the police to enforce that?

The diplomatic part is absurd, of course, but that'll sort itself out.

I'm guessing if they are on the sidewalk you can't really do anything about it. Kind of like how abortion protestors are legally allowed to be asshats in front of the clinic.


Why can't they use a loitering charge? Or is that only for teenagers?
 
2012-11-14 02:20:40 PM

nytmare: Or is that only for teenagers?


You spelled brown people wrong
 
2012-11-14 02:27:14 PM

nytmare: Why can't they use a loitering charge? Or is that only for teenagers?


sorta. It's for people without the legal council and resources to cram a BS charge like that right up your tuchas.
 
2012-11-14 02:32:07 PM
I work for the State Department and have had Diplomatic Immunity before so I am getting you know...something out of these replies.

Diplomatic Immunity grants rights and protections under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 in a country where you are credentialed by that country. It does not apply in the US for anyone. To get immunity you would need to be a Diplomat for another country that the State Department has accepted in the US as representing another country.

FYI...even if I were to do stupid crap in a country I am stationed in...it doesn't make me immune from prosecution. My own government can waive my immunity.

Lady sounds as kooky as someone trying to spend a two dollar bill at Taco Bell. There is a whole lot of crazy in these stories...and sounds like some guys are playing with fire by inserting their penii.

(The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 is an international treaty that defines a framework for diplomatic relations between independent countries. It specifies the privileges of a diplomatic mission that enable diplomats to perform their function without fear of coercion or harassment by the host country. This forms the legal basis for diplomatic immunity. Its articles are considered a cornerstone of modern international relations. )
 
2012-11-14 02:43:13 PM
If they were actually on the property I'd get a trespass served against them.

If they were sitting on the sidewalk, I'd try to get a "No loitering" statute implemented via the town/city for my area of town.

For short term, I'd i) setup a high-powered lawn sprinkler system that conveniently was aimed and extended over the sidewalk, ii) have manure delivered and setup in open-top bins on my property immediately adjacent to the sidewalk, and iii) install radio jammers near the property line for GSM/CDMA and other popular frequencies required to operative television equipment.
 
2012-11-14 02:45:34 PM

nickerj1: For short term, I'd i) setup a high-powered lawn sprinkler system that conveniently was aimed and extended over the sidewalk, ii) have manure delivered and setup in open-top bins on my property immediately adjacent to the sidewalk, and iii) install radio jammers near the property line for GSM/CDMA and other popular frequencies required to operative television equipment.


the sprinkler might be the best bet. I can't help but think I'd go to PMTA jail for using a cell phone jammer.
 
2012-11-14 02:46:23 PM

JMacPA: Huh, turns out she is actually an honourary consul for South Korea.

CNN

But maybe not for much longer.


Pffft. Handjob season is over for her.
 
2012-11-14 02:47:34 PM
FTFA: She knew how to get tickets to the theater, to sports events; she arranged welcoming parties and introduced new commanders to South Tampa society. "When you realize the honor of that," Fodiman said, "you don't turn it down."

I expect officers were fighting for a posting there, and the honour of meeting South Tampa society. Which is so, so, much more desirable than meeting the rest of Tampa society.
 
2012-11-14 02:53:23 PM

nickerj1: If they were actually on the property I'd get a trespass served against them.

If they were sitting on the sidewalk, I'd try to get a "No loitering" statute implemented via the town/city for my area of town.

For short term, I'd i) setup a high-powered lawn sprinkler system that conveniently was aimed and extended over the sidewalk, ii) have manure delivered and setup in open-top bins on my property immediately adjacent to the sidewalk, and iii) install radio jammers near the property line for GSM/CDMA and other popular frequencies required to operative television equipment.


She's broke.
 
2012-11-14 02:59:10 PM

nickerj1: If they were actually on the property I'd get a trespass served against them.

If they were sitting on the sidewalk, I'd try to get a "No loitering" statute implemented via the town/city for my area of town.

For short term, I'd i) setup a high-powered lawn sprinkler system that conveniently was aimed and extended over the sidewalk, ii) have manure delivered and setup in open-top bins on my property immediately adjacent to the sidewalk, and iii) install radio jammers near the property line for GSM/CDMA and other popular frequencies required to operative television equipment.


Easy just start the landscaping and sidewalk repair project that you have been putting off, the noise of the concrete mixer and the jack hammers will keep the media away.
 
2012-11-14 03:06:47 PM
The conspiracy is obvious.

None of the government workers, from FBI, State, and DOD were shirtless.

Apparently only shirtless FBI workers, and bare chested government and military functionaries bow to this immune and internationally diplomatic Korean consul special person.

Was Eric Cantor wearing a shirt when he called the head of the FBI? The longer this story linger, the more unlikely.
 
2012-11-14 03:32:41 PM
Way to not beep out her phone number!
 
2012-11-14 03:40:06 PM

nytmare: manimal2878: qorkfiend: Wouldn't she, as the property owner, be fully within her rights to tell the media to get off her lawn, and to call the police to enforce that?

The diplomatic part is absurd, of course, but that'll sort itself out.

I'm guessing if they are on the sidewalk you can't really do anything about it. Kind of like how abortion protestors are legally allowed to be asshats in front of the clinic.

Why can't they use a loitering charge? Or is that only for teenagers?


I don't know, looking up the loitering law for Florida it doesn't seem to apply, you have to be in a place you shouldn't be doing something you shouldn't, and the sidewalk is a perfectly reasonable place for people to be.
 
2012-11-14 03:42:21 PM

fireclown: nickerj1: For short term, I'd i) setup a high-powered lawn sprinkler system that conveniently was aimed and extended over the sidewalk, ii) have manure delivered and setup in open-top bins on my property immediately adjacent to the sidewalk, and iii) install radio jammers near the property line for GSM/CDMA and other popular frequencies required to operative television equipment.

the sprinkler might be the best bet. I can't help but think I'd go to PMTA jail for using a cell phone jammer.


I could see spraying people with water in a place they have aright to be being construed as assault.
 
2012-11-14 03:45:02 PM
This is the point where she may be reconsidering poking that hornet's nest by getting this all started. I know I would not have wanted to know anything about it.
 
2012-11-14 04:06:16 PM
Here is her house if anyone is interested: Link
 
2012-11-14 04:22:16 PM
She got some honorary title that let her get diplomatic plates on her car so she thinks she can get protection? Ha!

AirForceVet: During an interview today on CNN, a retired general mentioned generals have to deal with "camp followers," describing these wome tied up in this scandal as such.

According to Wikipedia, camp followers are "civilians and their children who follow armies. There are two common types of camp followers; first, the wives and children of soldiers, who follow their spouse or parent's army from place to place; the second type of camp followers have historically been informal army service providers, servicing soldiers needs whilst encamped, in particular selling goods or services that the military does not supply, these have included cooking, laundering, liquor, nursing, sexual services and sutlery."

I say these women are the latter type, but I'm not sure what "services" they're both offering.

/Just kidding, yes, I do.



Isn't that where the term hooker came from? As in the women that followed General Hooker's men around?
 
2012-11-14 04:32:02 PM

ManRay: Isn't that where the term hooker came from? As in the women that followed General Hooker's men around?


he specifically provided the prostitutes to the men to improve morale
 
2012-11-14 04:36:52 PM

Nunpoo: Here is her house if anyone is interested: Link


Nice digs, looks like you can hit golf balls off of the deck into the ocean.
 
2012-11-14 05:23:10 PM

Kanemano: Nunpoo: Here is her house if anyone is interested: Link

Nice digs, looks like you can hit golf balls off of the deck into the ocean.


That's one way to get salty balls.
 
2012-11-14 05:45:16 PM
Starting to think Paula might not be the nutty one. Maybe she was being genuinely protective "hey crazy lady, get away".
 
2012-11-14 06:03:11 PM
I CAN HAZ DEEPLOMAT ENEMYUNITY.gif
 
2012-11-14 06:27:39 PM
"There is a childish innocence about Jill in some ways that borders on prejudicial naïveté," Phillips said.

What a nice way to say that she's an immature little idiot.
 
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