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Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 4th, 2017 @ 1:06PM (1 year ago)

This woman doesn't stand a chance! Watch it...she'll be a "one issue" candidate and that is to "Replace Steve Conrad on the first day in office". She doesn't have a clue! She is the same doofus who puts up those stupid numbers in her office window for the homicide victims. Very attractive lady, that she is! But she is not ready for prime time.

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 4th, 2017 @ 4:32PM (1 year ago)

Whoever the idiot is saying she can't win and is a one issue candidate. Hahahahaha. She can win because she is smart, and won't run on one issue you can tell with her. Tooooooo many scandals to keep track of, lawsuits, and hiding of crime information just a few examples of why she can burn them up. Oh, just remember to bring one issue when it comes to public safety can win too. Cities don't prosper if their people are scared of being victims of crime. You must be one of those ice cream lickers that hold up signs supporting this dysfunctional chief and afraid someone else might make you earn your money protecting our city in the future.

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 5th, 2017 @ 3:59PM (1 year ago)
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Social media reveals all assclownishness.

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 6th, 2017 @ 10:58AM (1 year ago)


Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 7th, 2017 @ 5:01PM (1 year ago)

Charge it, kick the can down the road and worry about paying for it later. That's the liberal, progressive, democrat way. Look at everything government does when Democrats or "moderate republicans" are running the show.

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 7th, 2017 @ 5:08PM (1 year ago)

BOLO: Militant leftist group Antifa launches "Deface Columbus Day" campaign

On Thursday, September 21st, a NYC based Antifa group, Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM), announced a nationwide "Deface Columbus Day" campaign in which they called on antifa groups all across the country to take action and "decorate" their neighborhoods. As we previously reported, RAM is an extremely militant group that advocates for the violent redistribution of property and they recently hosted an "Our Enemies in Blue" anti-police workshop.

These violent, far-left, extremists are not only coordinating a nationwide campaign to engage in criminal activity, they are encouraging their participants to broadcast these illegal actions and use the hashtags #F*ckColumbusDay and #DestroyColonialism.

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 7th, 2017 @ 9:38PM (1 year ago)
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Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 8th, 2017 @ 7:59AM (1 year ago)

The war in crime is back on.

"Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced several Department of Justice actions to reduce the rising tide of violent crime in America. Foremost of those actions is the reinvigoration of "Project Safe Neighborhoods," a program that has been historically successful in bringing together all levels of law enforcement to reduce violent crime and make our neighborhoods safer for everyone.

The Attorney General also announced the following Department of Justice initiatives to help reduce violent crime:

Additional Assistant U.S. Attorney positions to focus on violent crime - The Department is allocating 40 prosecutors to approximately 20 United States Attorney's Offices to focus on violent crime reduction.

More Cops on the Streets (COPS Hiring Grants) - As part of our continuing commitment to crime prevention efforts, increased community policing, and the preservation of vital law enforcement jobs, the Department will be awarding approximately $98 million in FY 2017 COPS Hiring Grants to state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies.

Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force's (OCDETF) National Gang Strategic Initiative -The National Gang Strategic Initiative promotes creative enforcement strategies and best practices that will assist in developing investigations of violent criminal groups and gangs into enterprise-level OCDETF prosecutions. Under this initiative, OCDETF provides "seed money" to locally-focused gang investigations, giving state, local, and tribal investigators and prosecutors the resources and tools needed to identify connections between lower-level gangs and national-level drug trafficking organizations.

Critical Training and Technical Assistance to State and Local Partners -The Department has a vast array of training and technical assistance resources available to state, local and tribal law enforcement, victims groups, and others. To ensure that agencies in need of assistance are able to find the training and materials they need, OJP will make available a Violence Reduction Response Center to serve as a "hot line" to connect people to these resources.

Crime Gun Intelligence Centers (CGIC) - The Department has provided grant funding to support a comprehensive approach to identifying the most violent offenders in a jurisdiction, using new technologies such as gunshot detection systems combined with gun crime intelligence from NIBIN, eTrace, and investigative efforts. These FY 2017 grants were awarded to Phoenix, AZ, and Kansas City, MO.

Expand ATF's NIBIN Urgent Trace Program - The Department will expand ATF's NIBIN Urgent Trace Program nationwide by the end of the year. Through this program, any firearm submitted for tracing that is associated with a NIBIN "hit" (which means it can be linked to a shooting incident) will be designated an "urgent" trace and the requestor will get information back about the firearm's first retail purchaser within 24 hours, instead of 5 to 6 business days"

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 9th, 2017 @ 11:53AM (1 year ago)

Reported assault with shots fired inside a building. Officers waiting outside for an hour, while victims were stuck inside with the gunman, until gunman comes out with gun, and they shoot him. This was an obvious SWAT situation. Someone messed up badly and they're all lucky none of the victims got hurt.


Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 9th, 2017 @ 12:34PM (1 year ago)

A guy on home incarceration murders someone and runs away. Neither his name or any suspect description is put out. Another sterling example of incompetence on the Possibility City Parade Patrol.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- LMPD says a man believed to be on home incarceration is responsible for the city's latest homicide. The call of a shooting came in a little after 1:00 Monday morning in the 800 block of South 23rd Street. Officers arrived to find a man shot dead on the sidewalk, the result of what LMPD spokesman Vadim Dale described as "an altercation of some kind." Dale says they believe the suspect was on home incarceration but are not saying if a monitoring bracelet has been found. Dale says the suspect fled the scene and is still at large. This is Louisville's 86th homicide of the year.

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 9th, 2017 @ 12:54PM (1 year ago)

Judah once again helping the Mayor bring in the west end vote next year being the news media social justice warrior he is.

Pew found 74 percent of whites viewed police positively and rated their feelings for them as "warm" or "very warm." Most black respondents surveyed had a more negative view of police, with only 30 percent reporting positive feelings for them. Twenty-eight percent of black people surveyed had neutral feelings for police. Among Hispanics surveyed, 55 percent reported positive feelings for police, while 25 percent reported neutral feelings.

"We're certainly aware that there is a perception among communities of color that policing has historically been unjust," Judah said. "And so, that's all in the background of what's going on in every interaction that we have. "The living history of institutionalized, state-sanctioned racism is still in the living memory of many of the people in our communities. It takes a lot of time and effort to move past that, and certainly, as a society, we aren't there yet."

Metro Council's Angela Leet announces run for Louisville mayor

October 11th, 2017 @ 5:08PM (1 year ago)

A new challenger for Fischer for the compassion and social justice warrior crown. He could make some promises to get rid of all statues of white men to win Fischer's political base.