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Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville at debate

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She is correct

October 17th, 2018 @ 9:47AM (3 years ago)

The councilman is correct. Fischer has fostered some corrupt crap and the citizens are paying for it. He claims all of this progress but where is it. Claiming 1 billion in West End development is hilarious. No one living there sees that because it ain't happening. He forgets he gave away the property on 18th street for a Wal-Mart then bought it back for over a million. A silver spoon living turd who is more worried about his affluent friends than the real people living in louisville. But he will get voted in again for four more years of misery and scandals.

Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville...

October 17th, 2018 @ 10:45PM (3 years ago)

https://www.wave3.com/2018/10/18/lmpd-investigates-video-officers-goofing-around-with-chanel-west-coast/

Someone in PSU will spend the next 3 or 4 months writing up a report about how this woman sat in the back seat of a police car and had officers in her youtube video. All those wasted bodies and overtime hours in S.I.D. would be far more useful clearing the DOZENS AND DOZENS OF UNSOLVED HOMICIDES, ASSAULTS, ROBBERIES, AND RAPE cases.

Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville...

October 19th, 2018 @ 5:50PM (3 years ago)

Has shot spotter resulted in any arrests

Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville...

October 20th, 2018 @ 4:11PM (3 years ago)

A million new Democrat voters may arrive in time to vote in the November election. Their fake IDs are probably already printed. Hooray for open borders.

The government should take a break from investigating 1980s Maryland high school parties and basketball shoe people to do something about it. I doubt they will.

LMPD can at least give them free cookies and some informational handouts about what parts of town to avoid so they won't be killed or robbed by gang members.

Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville...

October 21st, 2018 @ 3:25PM (3 years ago)

Thousands of body cameras used by the New York City police department were pulled from the streets Sunday morning after one of them "burst into flames" while an officer was wearing it earlier in the day on Staten Island. The camera, a Vievu model LE-5, first began smoking, then exploded and fell to the ground and burned, the official said. The suspension affects about 2,990 cameras being used by police officers in 15 out of 77 police precincts, as well as several other commands, authorities said. The NYPD has about 15,500 cameras deployed in the field and has plans to outfit all of its officers with cameras in the coming years.

The incident occurred around midnight outside a Staten Island police precinct. "[The camera] unexpectedly began to smoke and fell from his shirt to the ground," the official said. "It then caught fire and was damaged." The officer was not injured, but the incident is a black eye for the new pilot program that has incorporated the new body cameras into the force.

Following the incident, Police Commissioner James O'Neill issued an internal order suspending any use of the model LE-5 body cameras due to the "possible product defect." The order said the police was removing cameras from the field out of an abundance of caution as it investigates the matter. The other styles of body cameras used by the NYPD are not affected as a part of the order and will remain in the field. "There is the potential for the battery inside the camera to ignite," the commissioner said. "The cause and scope of the defect are currently being investigated."

Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville...

October 27th, 2018 @ 10:20AM (3 years ago)
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November 5th, 2018 @ 6:56PM (3 years ago)
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https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/stacey-abrams-wants-to-confiscate-guns-someone-in-the-media-finally-asked-her-about-it

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November 10th, 2018 @ 7:48AM (3 years ago)
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there are 2 types of liberals

1. naive easily fooled do gooders

2. lying opportunists who exploit them for power or to make money

The homeless roundup was done on orders of the Mayor because of businesses complaining. He is all about his business supporters who make donations.

Not so compassionate after he got reelected, is he?

https://www.whas11.com/mobile/article/news/local/lmpd-officers-ticket-homeless-people-for-sleeping-on-sidewalks/417-613108895

Fischer, Leet offer starkly different pictures of Louisville...

November 20th, 2018 @ 9:04AM (2 years ago)

How many murders this year

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December 9th, 2018 @ 10:31AM (2 years ago)

Illegal immigrants are so good for our economy, say the Democrats. There are no Mexican cartel illegals in Louisville say the Democrats. Pierson made it all up about that cartel bust in Okolona, say the Democrats.

Now we know they're lying.

"According to a police report, Martin Lopez, 43, of Texas, and Ivan Rios-Bustillos, 31, of Mexico, delivered a large package of cocaine to Daniel Sterling, 42, of Louisville, in Louisville on Dec 6. The arrests are part of an ongoing federal investigation." http://www.wave3.com/2018/12/07/ksp-lmpd-assist-arrest-three-men-an-ongoing-federal-investigation/

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December 9th, 2018 @ 8:22PM (2 years ago)
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http://www.wdrb.com/story/39613231/lmpd-investigating-after-videos-shared-on-social-media-show-use-of-force-during-arrest

https://www.wlky.com/article/louisville-police-investigating-arrest-caught-on-facebook-video/25449732

http://www.wave3.com/2018/12/09/lmpd-investigating-use-force-incident-w-broadway/

https://www.whas11.com/article/news/local/man-slammed-punched-by-officers-in-viral-videos-leads-to-lmpd-investigation/417-622446438