Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Jul 10, 2016.
"I was the one who shot the video". Me, me, me, me, me, me, me. OK, you have your 15 minutes.
Pulled over and no insurance - 5 times
Driving with a suspended license - convicted 15 times
No seat belt - 3 times
Stop/stand/park vehicle on any street/ally, at the same location, for more than 48 consecutive hours - 2 times
Abandon motor vehicle on any public/private property without consent
Plus more stuff that was argued down to a lesser charge
I've had insurance 100% of the time I've been driving. I had my license suspended 6 months as a kid while on a learner's permit for speeding. Mom and dad made sure I didn't drive then. After the 6 months dad refused me the keys another 6 months. An 18 year old kid with no driving privileges for a year. Sheer hell. Think I didn't learn my lesson?
But he was a "great guy" who never harmed anyone. JUST FUCKING BEHAVE AND DON'T ENABLE BAD BEHAVIOR. it's really not a difficult thing to do.
yes! he deserved to die a slow, and painful death
yes let them people all die!
To quote her..."The police pulled us over for a busted tail light that was not busted. The officer asked for license and registration. As he was reaching for his license and registration, he told the officer that he was licensed to carry and that he had a bear arm"
Um, you're doing it wrong. You probably shouldn't tell the officer you have a gun while you're reaching behind you. I'm not saying the man should be dead, but you're doing it wrong.
When you say let them die do you mean black people or people who drive without insurance?
The images of the robbery suspect does resemble Philando Castille so one could see why the officer stopped him. Am I wrong?
u have a point remember all black people look.....well u know the rest
well both are equally bad so....
Kansas cop fired for Facebook threat against stranger’s 5-year-old daughter after Dallas police attack: ‘We’ll see how much her life matters soon’
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Saturday, July 9, 2016, 11:33 AM
A Kansas cop was fired for making bizarre online threats against a complete stranger’s young daughter after the attack on Dallas police.
Officer Rodney Lee Wilson was dismissed from the Overland Park force Friday after he commented on a public photo of LaNaydra Williams’ daughter, India — a 5-year-old who lives about 500 miles away in Dallas.
“We’ll see how much her life matters soon,” he wrote on a 2014 photo showing little India posing in a pair of boots. “Better be careful leaving your info open where she can be found Hold her close tonight it’ll be the last time.”
The chilling comment came just after five Dallas cops were killed while protecting an anti-police brutality protest downtown.
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Williams said she doesn’t know Wilson — or anyone else in Kansas — and she’s not sure how the stranger even found her Facebook page.
LaNaydra Williams, of Dallas, said a Kansas cop left a threatening comment on a Facebook photo of her daughter.
“It's not okay. Not my child. She's all I have. India is my heart,” she told WDAF. “We're already on edge, so why would you do that?”
Overland Park police fired Wilson the next morning.
“It was obvious that our officer did not meet the standards of professionalism,” Chief Francis Donchez Jr. said in a statement that did not identify Wilson by name.
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Donchez called Williams to apologize for the harassment, she said. Still, the comment has left the Texas mom shaken.
The cop was fired from the Overland Park Police Dapartment.
“How do I know he won't come and retaliate? How do I know that? I don't,” she said.
And she’s not sure how to explain the threat to little India, a tot who “loves police.”
“Maybe I'll just say he was one bad cop,” Williams said. "Not all of them are like that. I don't think she'll think they're all like that either way.”
Williams’ hometown is still reeling after the Thursday night shooting that killed five officers and left nine people wounded. During a tense standoff, the gunman, 25-year-old Micah Johnson, told police that he wanted to “kill white people, especially white officers.” He said he was not affiliated with the activist group Black Lives Matter but was furious over recent police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.
Let your kkk flag fly bud
That is one really dumb cop
hey skylarbie whos the chick in your av?
thqt's my little sister
I thought it was R Kelly shooting the last chapter of Trapped in the Closet ?
And by her own admission during her directorial debut "we had some weed in the car, that's all".
Stop doing criminal behavior.
You don't see a resemblance?