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(8 News Now)   Officer: ''you didn't see any kids drinking did you?' And I said, yeah I did. And he said, 'no you didn't,'' - federal lawsuit against police department allowed to proceed in death of Farkette's friend   (8newsnow.com ) divider line
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2014-05-16 10:56:03 AM  
9 votes:
Weird that a guy named Miranda is the one speaking out.
2014-05-16 08:11:16 AM  
4 votes:
I am truley sorry for your lots.
2014-05-16 12:30:53 PM  
1 vote:
"When you talk about the party and who was at the party, everybody dumbs down. Nobody saw anything. They were all in a groups talking together during the party, but when you ask them all individually, they were all facing the wall. They were all lined up at a party facing the wall," Cook said.

One can only hope that's the position they'll take when the time comes to mete out their punishment.
2014-05-16 12:30:38 PM  
1 vote:

Zeb Hesselgresser: brimed03: Zeb Hesselgresser: "I'm sure they wanted us to drop dead, dry up, and blow away. Basically, what they did with Angela. We're not going away," Angela's father Frank Peterson said

"Their employees were drinking with underage children and let them leave? And take no responsibility for this. It could happen to their children," said Linda Peterson

Your daughter was 24 years old.  She was an adult.  The driver was 24 years old.  While certainly a tragedy, I don't see the School District being responsible for her death.

You want to blame someone, blame this guy, the drunk driver.

Zeb, I'm not sure Hooked On Phonics worked for you.

-nowhere in tfa does it say the woman killed had been at the party, at any time.
-tfa does, however, say the drunk driver who killed her was an *18-year-old.*
-tfa also says the driver was a high school student.
-tfa further says that the party was hosted by and at the home of a school cop. That person is therefore legally and morally responsible for serving alcohol to a minor; and is also legally and morally responsible for the consequences of that.

Let me guess. At some point as an adult you hosted, or supplied alcohol to an underage party; or, at the very least, you believe underage drinking is no big deal and underage drinking laws are stupid. Either way, you're looking for an excuse as to why this wouldn't be the fault of the older adults who hosted and drank with the high schoolers.

That's my guess because I find it hard to believe your reading comprehension sucks this badly. So I'm chalking it up to psychic self-defense, inventing facts in your own head, at complete odds with what's stated, in order to defend previously-held beliefs.

But maybe I'm wrong. There could, in fact, be a completely different yet equally bizarre reason you mangled this so very badly.
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"nowhere in tfa does it say the woman killed had been at the party, at any time."

I never said she was at the party.  I got his age wrong, from another poorly written article.
 

"Either way, you're looking for an excuse as to why this wouldn't be the fault of the older adults who hosted and drank with the high schoolers."

I said "I don't see the school district being responsible", the idiots that threw the party, them I never mentioned.

 I've got a reading comprehension problem? You surrendered to your pedantic side and lost your way.


So you've just admitted that you read TWO articles badly... and yet claim that you're not the one with reading comprehension issues.

OK.
2014-05-16 11:39:25 AM  
1 vote:

Zeb Hesselgresser: "I'm sure they wanted us to drop dead, dry up, and blow away. Basically, what they did with Angela. We're not going away," Angela's father Frank Peterson said

"Their employees were drinking with underage children and let them leave? And take no responsibility for this. It could happen to their children," said Linda Peterson

Your daughter was 24 years old.  She was an adult.  The driver was 24 years old.  While certainly a tragedy, I don't see the School District being responsible for her death.

You want to blame someone, blame this guy, the drunk driver.


Zeb, I'm not sure Hooked On Phonics worked for you.

-nowhere in tfa does it say the woman killed had been at the party, at any time.
-tfa does, however, say the drunk driver who killed her was an *18-year-old.*
-tfa also says the driver was a high school student.
-tfa further says that the party was hosted by and at the home of a school cop. That person is therefore legally and morally responsible for serving alcohol to a minor; and is also legally and morally responsible for the consequences of that.

Let me guess. At some point as an adult you hosted, or supplied alcohol to an underage party; or, at the very least, you believe underage drinking is no big deal and underage drinking laws are stupid. Either way, you're looking for an excuse as to why this wouldn't be the fault of the older adults who hosted and drank with the high schoolers.

That's my guess because I find it hard to believe your reading comprehension sucks this badly. So I'm chalking it up to psychic self-defense, inventing facts in your own head, at complete odds with what's stated, in order to defend previously-held beliefs.

But maybe I'm wrong. There could, in fact, be a completely different yet equally bizarre reason you mangled this so very badly.
2014-05-16 11:39:22 AM  
1 vote:
Oh look, he can do a duck face. Bubba's gonna find him *very* pleasing in PMITA. I hope the prosecutor doesn't cut this one a deal

/Murder 2 at least
//Get him for every other thing too, even the broken tail-light.
2014-05-16 11:35:47 AM  
1 vote:

Cletus C.: Weird that a guy named Miranda is the one speaking out.


You'd think he of all people would know his rights.
2014-05-16 11:33:17 AM  
1 vote:

Zeb Hesselgresser: You want to blame someone, blame this guy, the drunk driver.

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Wow, that is one of the douchiest looking douches I've ever seen, and I've been to a NIckleback concert.  (Covered it for my college newspaper - don't judge)

It's a tragedy he didn't die in the crash instead of subbette's friend.  I have zero sympathy for drunk drivers who hurt themselves and a vitriolic hatred for the ones who hurt others.
2014-05-16 11:05:24 AM  
1 vote:

Cletus C.: Weird that a guy named Miranda is the one speaking out.


Failing at coming up with a decent Serenity reference.
A corruption/cover-up happening in a police department in Las Vegas; what are the odds...
2014-05-16 11:00:00 AM  
1 vote:
If you trust a cop, you must have paid him well.
2014-05-16 10:59:22 AM  
1 vote:

AverageAmericanGuy: I am truley sorry for your lots.


First thing I thought of and I'm not surprised that you posted it first.

/no, no I'm not giggling at all...nuh unh
 
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