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Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police contract public


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Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 1st, 2021 @ 10:20PM (3 weeks ago)

The contract is garbage...

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 4th, 2021 @ 1:53AM (3 weeks ago)

The super spooks should put this news about actual crime in their intel reports right before that crap about Trump hat people talking about election fraud. It might make their garbage intel reports somewhat useful.

Might even be worth assigning a few people to track these kids down.


Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 5th, 2021 @ 9:47PM (3 weeks ago)
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September 5th, 2021 @ 10:11PM (3 weeks ago)

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Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 6th, 2021 @ 1:33PM (3 weeks ago)
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Fresh off their defeat in Afghanistan, it appears the democrats are preparing General Mark "I Want To Understand White Rage" Milley to fight what they call "the Texas Taliban". They say the Supreme Court violated the Constitution by making a ruling on abortion and that they are right-wing extremists now. Calling the US Supreme Court extremists tips their hand about how broadly they define that kind of term.

Liberal progressive democrats sometimes reveal a little more about their true motivations than they intended. You can take the demagogue out of the klan robes, but you can't take the klan robes out of the demagogue.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 6th, 2021 @ 5:27PM (3 weeks ago)
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September 9th, 2021 @ 12:48AM (2 weeks ago)

Our yellow dog democrat media won't report this, but others are:

"Nato allies urge rethink on alliance after Biden's 'unilateral' Afghanistan exit" https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/asia-pacific/nato-allies-urge-rethink-on-alliance-after-biden-s-unilateral-afghanistan-exit-1.4649515



President Biden claimed in his interview on August 18 that chaos in Kabul was inevitable, but just six weeks ago at a White House briefing he said the Taliban takeover was 'NOT inevitable'.

On the Taliban

July 8: 'The likelihood there's going to be the Taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely... it is not inevitable'.

August 18: 'The idea that somehow, there's a way to have gotten out without chaos ensuing, I don't know how that happens.'

On the Afghan army

July 8: 'I trust the capacity of the Afghan military, who more competent [than the Taliban] in terms of conducting war.'

August 18: 'When you saw the significant collapse of the Afghan troops we had trained, that was -- you know I'm not -- that's what happened.'

The Taliban swept to power in Afghanistan in less than two weeks after they took their first provincial capital.

On the evacuation

July 8: 'Our military mission in Afghanistan will conclude on August 31st. The drawdown is proceeding in a secure and orderly way'

August 18: 'Americans should understand that we're going to try to get [the evacuation] done before August 31.'

There are still around 15,000 Americans and allied citizens stranded in Afghanistan, with the Taliban deciding who can and can't reach the airport. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said: 'We don't have the capability to go out and collect up large numbers of people.'

On the Embassy

July 8: 'There's going to be no circumstance when you're going to see people being lifted off the roof of an embassy. It's not at all comparable [with Saigon].'

The US embassy was closed on Sunday, August 15 with staff and the US flag hastily evacuated by chinook helicopter from the roof.

On the Afghan government

July 8: 'The Afghan leadership has the capacity to sustain the government in place.'

August 18: 'You had the government of Afghanistan, the leader of that government, get in a plane and taking off and going to another country.'

On Afghan translators

July 8: 'We can guarantee their safety.'

August 18: The Taliban control the area around Kabul airport and have shot and beaten crowds of people trying to get through for evacuation.

Ex-US soldiers have said the lives of Afghans who helped the US are in grave danger and will likely be executed.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 9th, 2021 @ 4:33PM (2 weeks ago)

Comparison of January 6 with the 2021 BLM riots

Incidents: 1 riot lasting 5 hours on January 6, 574 riots involving violent acts in 140 cities for the 2020 BLM riots

Weapons: Poles, bats, chemical irritants on January 6 and shootings, explosive devices, molotov cocktails, hard objects thrown, lasers fired into officers eyes, fire (arson), knives, cars as weapons, bats, poles and irritants for the 2020 BLM riots

Officers assaulted: 140 on Jan 6 and 2037 for the 2020 BLM riots

Federal charges: Over 175 for Jan 6 and 44 for the 2020 BLM riots

Cost of damages: $1.5 million for Jan 6, $2 billion for the 2020 BLM riots

Outcomes: Jan 6: Dozens of Capitol defendants held in solitary confinement. Some beaten by guards using racist rhetoric. BLM: 90% of charges dismissed for crimes ranging from rioting to arson to felony assault. Suspect who shot 2 LMPD officers put on home incarceration.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 10th, 2021 @ 6:37AM (2 weeks ago)

Pay raises and more accountability.

If you're not doing anything wrong, why worry about accountability?

Seems to me you all know you're ****, and now MIGHT be held to your own currently worthless mission statement.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 15th, 2021 @ 4:41PM (1 week ago)

While any person with a heart should be happy that people got helped. We also know they would rather be in their own homeland if it was safe. Which it is not, obviously. However we have homeless, poor white brown black citizens of our own we should be concerned about first. Our politicians and others need to wake the **** up and take care of American citizens first. These refugees need to be required to learn English and be required to live as americans. They do not deserve special benefits while our poor kids stampeding struggle because they are not refugees. Just saying.


FOP Members Reject Proposed Contract

September 21st, 2021 @ 4:35AM (4 days ago)

Good! FOP members soundly rejected the proposed contract. DO NOT give up your legal and contractual rights for a little more money. Once those rights are gone, you'll never get them back.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 22nd, 2021 @ 4:09AM (3 days ago)

Fischer will always be remembered as the mayor who singlehandedly ruined the police department and corrections department in Louisville Metro. Louisville has become a paradise and safe haven for violent criminals.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 22nd, 2021 @ 11:44AM (3 days ago)

Headlines about 240 carjackings and a teen murdered at a bus stop in one morning. More thoughts and prayers from Metro and more promises of catching the bad guy from the feds.

They might think they're original since few of the people in charge have watched this train wreck unfold since the beginning of Louisville Metro. We heard the same old sh_t from their predecessors for almost 20 years.

There is no fixing stupid in Louisville Metro government because the voters here are mostly stupid themselves. Louisville was briefly a relatively safe town in the late 80s-90s when everyone agreed the felons needed to stay behind bars. The democrats returned to their own hug-a-thug ways after that and you see the very deadly results. The feds can catch a few of the worst criminals, but they don't have the numbers of people needed to police the city. If LMPD is in bad hands, which it is, then you can forget cutting crime.

I never see any BLM, their soy-consuming white allies or other civil rights protestors getting mad about any of these murders. They're all a bunch of cowards.

Council members urge Louisville mayor to make proposed police...

September 23rd, 2021 @ 7:17PM (1 day ago)

LMPD has made multiple arrests following a crime spree that began last Wednesday in the area of the Highlands and every single one was a teenager. "These are young people with guns, committing horrible crimes," according to LMPD Lt. Colonel Josh Judah.

Several carjackings and attempted carjackings were reported, along with armed robberies. Neighbors and police are on high alert. And officers, according to Major David Allen, whose division includes the Bardstown Road corridor, have been working long hours. "There's definitely been a lot of sleepless nights recently for the detectives and the officers. They are working hard. They're taking it personal and they're not quitting until they wrap up each individual case," Allen said.

LMPD partnered with the ATF and FBI to recover several stolen cars and make multiple arrests. Allen said the suspects did not seem to have specific targets. "The victims have been all across the board. Young people to older people, males and females. People just eating at restaurants, to folks who just got home and are getting ready to walk back in their house," he said.

In fact, crimes were reported at El Nopal and El Mundo on Bardstown Road and nearby in the 2000 block of Spring Street, 2300 block of Tyler Lane and in the alley behind the 1200 block of Bardstown Road.

And while several arrests have been made, some suspects remain outstanding. LMPD urged the public to help prevent additional crimes.

"These carjackings are being facilitated by stolen weapons a lot of which are coming out of good people's cars, who made a mistake. Don't facilitate this crime," Lt. Josh Judah said. Police are urging those in the Metro to lock up their cars, secure their guns, and be on high alert. So far this year, 249 carjackings have been reported in the Metro. That's compared to 300 at this time last year.