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EdBuckner there are so many worthwhile causes you could devote this explosion of energy and passion to. Do you refuse to stay in a hotel room that has bibles in the nightstand drawer? BTW I was raised Catholic and now would consider myself agnostic.
Do tell. I am open to changing my opinion based on facts I was not privvy to.
Aimee, You are an inspiration and your attitude is incredible.
Agree with Houghton. GCPD took part in the capture of the rapist/robber (felon) in Duluth last week. He was taken into custody without incident. He had only been out of prison a short time after serving 5 years of a ten year sentence. He probably didn't want to go back. Obviously he weighed the consequences of trying to run or resist. People that choose a lifestyle that puts them in a position of having to go to court/jail/probation, have no one to blame but themselves. They may not have murdered someone, but they won't think twice about breaking in to your house and stealing to support their drug habits. This guy had a history in another state as well. Educate yourself before judging the actions of the police.
So how old will he be when he's eligible for parole?
He should have obeyed the command to stop.
The article states they generate income by providing communion bread to about 100 parishes. Since most have worked, they probably have retirement income. Gwinnett doesn't need another park. I would be more worried about all the inmates living at the Gwinnett County Jail on my taxt dollar.
Congratulations. I always like to see happy stories that balance the glut of woe and tragedy that often permeate media reporting.
I'm just picturing her being booked into the Fulton County Jail.
A protective order is only a piece of paper. It may deter someone who has momentarily exercised bad judgement. But a person like Mr. Sandman will continue to break the law with temporary consequences of being locked up and then released. If I were the former girlfriend I would file for a name change and move.
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