Thursday, May 17, 2007

People I Hate

That's right, class. It's Thursday, so that means it's time for another action-packed episode of People I Hate - the weekly post where I expound upon those who help me angry up the blood. Let's rock!

Wesley Cook

I refuse to call this cop-killing piece of shite Mumia abu Jamal. Let his followers call him that garbage. Me? I want to call him that dead piece of shite, since he should have been executed for Danny Faulkner's slaying decades ago! Today, this scumbag is having his umpteenth appeal heard in Philadelphia:
(AP) PHILADELPHIA Lawyers for a former Black Panther who has became a celebrity inmate during a quarter century on death row were at a federal appeals court Thursday to challenge his conviction in a policeman's slaying.

Abu-Jamal, a former radio reporter, was convicted in 1982 of shooting Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner a year earlier. Faulkner had pulled over Abu-Jamal's brother in a traffic stop when Abu-Jamal, according to witnesses, ran to the scene from his nearby taxi and shot the 26-year-old officer repeatedly. Abu-Jamal was shot once, apparently by the downed patrolman. (H/T - KYW.com)
Wesley, I hope your appeal is denied, and your death penalty reinstated. Barring that, I hope you die of blood loss after a brutal prison gang rape leaves your rectum irreparably damaged. It's the least I can hope for after you shot Danny in the face! (For more information on the Faulkner case, check out Justice for Daniel Faulkner)

The Phone Call People

We receive about 50-100 calls a day in the detective division. We're in a very busy section of the city, with a ton of crime, so that's to be expected. Unfortunately, it seems that 90% of the people calling the division are, well, idiots. The usual conversation goes as follows:
"May I help you?"
"Yes, I'm looking for Detective Smith."
"Detective Smith is working night shift today. You can reach him at 4pm."
"Oh. Well, maybe you can help me . . . "
And there it is. What people should understand - but ultimately don't - is that each detective in the division receives about 30-40 cases a month. Most of these are continuing investigations that require a lot of time and effort. By May, every detective is working his or her ass off on something, no matter how swamped they may be. The last thing we need is to track down information of another detective's case - especially if that detective is coming in to work in a few hours!

Look gang, it's Philadelphia. We already have 150 homicides, and it's not even really hot outside yet. We're busy out the ass! If your assigned detective is off, then we'll try and help you find out what you need. If he's coming into work in a little while, CALL BACK LATER!!! Thank you.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa

When I first saw this story, I thought it must be happening in Philadelphia with mayor John Street:
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez are expected to join immigrant-rights protesters Thursday at a rally denouncing police behavior during a May 1 immigration rights rally.

"The LAPD denied our community both a political and physical space to nonviolently claim our rights to legalization for all undocumented immigrants and a fair immigration reform for the country," said the event's organizer, Mexican American Political Association President Nativo Lopez. "Political leaders and organizations throughout the country stand solidly with us." (H/T - Drudge)
I should probably hold my tongue. NAH! Are you frakkin' kidding me? What kind of message does this send to the LAPD (who are LEGALLY in America) when the mayor attends a rally for ILLEGALS???!!! I couldn't care less how the LAPD acted on May 1. These people are illegal immigrants! Let me write this slowly, so you can all translate it into Espanol:


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