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(WWLTV New Orleans)   If you're a homicide detective, and find yourself using a murder victim's blood to doodle his name on the street at the crime scene, it may be time to find another line of work   (wwltv.com) divider line 14
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2014-06-06 06:42:14 AM  
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2014-06-06 05:28:05 AM  
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2014-06-06 10:11:25 AM  
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strangeluck: This will be the plot for a new cop drama. "Brilliant Detective solves crimes through his artwork."


Working title: "Brush With The Law"
2014-06-06 09:28:30 AM  
2 votes:
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2014-06-06 07:02:08 AM  
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EggSniper: devildog123: Hobodeluxe: That's not the job of a homicide detective. The job of a homicide detective is to sit around the office drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes until someone calls you with the name of the murderer.

Yup. Most of the detectives I know, when they're being honest, admit that 90% of the time, when they manage to "solve" a case it comes from one of four places.

1. The killer was at the scene when cops arrived.
2. They were caught within a block or two of the crime, with the weapon, by responding officers.
3. A friend or relative turned them in.
4. Someone calls to rat them out in exchange for a lighter sentence.

If, as a murderer, you can avoid those four things, odds are you will get away with it.

But the TV told me that they can ID you with a complete DNA analysis from a single hair (the only piece of tiny debris among thousands in the area that they bothered to test), even when no law enforcement agency (or any other entity) has a sample of your DNA to which it can be compared.  Are you suggesting real life isn't amazing enough to be entertaining?


You can also say enhance to the computer a bunch and get a clear photo
2014-06-06 06:28:00 AM  
1 votes:

devildog123: Hobodeluxe: That's not the job of a homicide detective. The job of a homicide detective is to sit around the office drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes until someone calls you with the name of the murderer.

Yup. Most of the detectives I know, when they're being honest, admit that 90% of the time, when they manage to "solve" a case it comes from one of four places.

1. The killer was at the scene when cops arrived.
2. They were caught within a block or two of the crime, with the weapon, by responding officers.
3. A friend or relative turned them in.
4. Someone calls to rat them out in exchange for a lighter sentence.

If, as a murderer, you can avoid those four things, odds are you will get away with it.


But the TV told me that they can ID you with a complete DNA analysis from a single hair (the only piece of tiny debris among thousands in the area that they bothered to test), even when no law enforcement agency (or any other entity) has a sample of your DNA to which it can be compared.  Are you suggesting real life isn't amazing enough to be entertaining?
2014-06-06 06:23:20 AM  
1 votes:
All I could see in the article was that he wrote a "message" but couldn't find anything elaborating on what that message was (nor anything about a name).

/My money's on "ouch"
2014-06-06 06:19:34 AM  
1 votes:

A Terrible Human: Stress may have been a contributing factor, Hessler said

Now I don't know about any of you but I've never been so stressed out that I wrote stuff in human blood.


Well aren't you just a pillar of society...
2014-06-06 06:00:16 AM  
1 votes:
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That's not the job of a homicide detective. The job of a homicide detective is to sit around the office drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes until someone calls you with the name of the murderer.
2014-06-06 05:35:38 AM  
1 votes:
Stress may have been a contributing factor, Hessler said

Now I don't know about any of you but I've never been so stressed out that I wrote stuff in human blood.
2014-06-06 05:33:12 AM  
1 votes:

HotWingAgenda: It would be helpful to know what the name was. It's creepy and wrong no matter what, but there are several levels of extra creepy between something short like "Al" and something long like "Guillermo La Paz de Contador y Guerrero".


Nah, it's only creepy if he draws a smiley face after the name or writes something like "lol".
2014-06-06 05:30:23 AM  
1 votes:

BowtoMogul: Maybe he should try collecting rocks.


They're minerals.
2014-06-06 05:26:42 AM  
1 votes:
Maybe he should try collecting rocks.
2014-06-06 05:26:35 AM  
1 votes:

granolasteak: " Hoffacker may have used poor judgment, but said the detective never intended any harm and did not violate any departmental rules."

Wow.  If that's his only defense, he needs serious mental help.   There    is nothing right about drawing or writing anything in a crime victim's blood...especially if you aren't the victim.


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