A special shout out to McDonald’s for helping the obesity rate here in America and for telling Americans that they are too inept or too lazy to learn how to catch condiments with just fries.

 

Amber Alert – Tad Cummins & Elizabeth Thomas

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Where are they?

Sparking a nationwide Amber Alert, when Tad Cummins allegedly kidnapped Elizabeth Thomas on March 13, 2017 her family was in both shock and horror. 

A relationship that seemingly shocked school officials, but shouldn’t have. The two were caught kissing in January of this year by another student, the school completely mishandled the situation and allowed it to end up spiraling out of control right to where it is today.

Authorities have no idea where the two are.

Tad has priors in terms of grooming young girls, much like a true predator he befriends young girls who are emotionally broken, vulnerable and confused so that he might be able to capitalize on the friendship.

Prior to the March 13th alleged kidnapping of Elizabeth according to news reports, a former female student describes how Tad befriended her in a similar fashion. That relationship never went anywhere however, it clearly shows given her account of her emotional state at the time, Tad’s ability to get into the heads of the young and vulnerable.

Regardless, unlike authorities I do not believe that Tad kidnapped Elizabeth, in all likelihood she went with him willingly, initially.

How long that will last depends solely on where Elizabeth is mentally.

A family member reportedly stated that on the day of the disappearance, Elizabeth told them that she would be home by dinner and if she isn’t home by 6pm to call the police. Yet, police found evidence of some type of romantic relationship between the two in messages they sent to one another.

Tad on the other hand, is not going to give up unless he is backed into a corner.

Before the fateful day the two vanished Tad was searching the internet for some rather usual things.

One thing he looked at happened to be the legalities of marriage to teens and in another search, whether or not authorities could somehow track the vehicle he is or was driving or rather intended on driving.

Tad deliberately planned this.

Some authorities believe the two are or were headed to Mexico, I am not so sure of that. Tad would not have wanted to go to Mexico but rather someplace secluded, given his internet search history, I do not believe he intended on leaving the US.

Tad sought out a place where his relationship with Elizabeth would not be frowned upon and where they could hide from the prying eyes of the general public, namely law enforcement.

Tad is very predictable to the trained eye though, he should not be that difficult to track down.

And to date, they have been able to evade law enforcement and travel throughout the US.

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For Tad its about finding a safe haven where he can do as he wishes and where his relationship will be acceptable and a lot less about running. 

Cristal M Clark

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Coward Cop commits suicide – after having admitted to molesting young boy

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Tishomingo, Mississippi – Russ Robinson

 

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On March 24, 2017 one Tishomingo, Mississippi Officer Russ Robinson instead of face the punishment for his crime, committed suicide after allegedly admitting to molesting a young boy, while on duty.

What makes this case more worrisome is that this was not a first and only time deal for Russ.

It would seem that Russ several years earlier, left his part-time job at Brooks Grocery in Iuka, Mississippi following the very same type of accusation. Unfortunately, authorities did not act on the accusation.

Russ committed suicide shortly after he admitted to authorities that he had in fact molested minors. As in, not just one, he was being questioned for molesting a 17 year old boy after he had flashed his headlights at the teen so that the teen would pull over.

He was found dead in his home from a self inflicted gunshot wound.

Going back to the accusations from years prior, it would seem that someone had some type of video showing Russ molesting young boys but not one ever did anything with it and that is unacceptable. Cop or not, if someone is molesting children or teens, they need to be reported.

Clearly this officer had a pattern of molesting young boys and teens and enjoyed using his power of authority in order to accomplish that and get away with it right under the nose of his superior officers and of those in command.

It is disturbing that not one individual “noticed” Russ’s eye for young boys and seemingly let it go when accusations surfaced until this most recent case.

It goes to show that sometimes that thin blue line tends to be a rather thick blue line of blatantly ignoring what is really going on.

Yet the most deeply disturbing part of this particular case is that it clearly shows how privilege tends to be a right of passage.

If the accused had been anyone other than a cop, the minute they would have admitted to the molestation and sexual inappropriateness with a minor, they would have been immediately placed under arrest.  

Yet good old Officer Russ Robinson was allowed to remain in his home, with his gun (s) and instead of face a trial and his accuser (s), he elected to kill himself.

So in this case justice will never truly be served because of a uniform and a badge, the perpetrator was allowed to deal with things on his own terms rather than on legal terms. 

Cristal M Clark

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James Comey – breaking all the rules by having a Twitter account?

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Federal Bureau of Investigation – James Comey -Twitter

Earlier this week as I was enjoying my time off I noted a slew of stories about a reporter who claims to have uncovered the FBI Director James Comey’s Twitter account.

After the initial announcement hit, story after story followed in what would appear as shock and awe over the fact that James even has a Twitter account.

I sat back stumped over the ordeal in shock myself but not because James has any social media account, I was more shocked that the media played it up so much. I’ve often pointed out that those in law enforcement, are after all, human beings pretty much like the rest of us so what is the big deal over James having a Twitter account or any other form of social media?

The big deal is smoke and mirrors, it must have been a slower than usual news week. He isn’t breaking any rules, up to and including rules that have to do with national security. He maintains social media accounts to keep in touch with family and loved ones.

Big deal, so he is like the majority of the world in that respect.

So as the story goes at a dinner James made an off the cusp remark that he does in fact maintain secret social media accounts and as luck would have it, one of those accounts happens to have 9 followers that are relatives of his.

While some have referred to it as being great sleuthing, I see it more as cyber stalking, Gizmodo’s Ashley Feinberg took it upon herself to unmask and reveal to the world Director James Comey’s twitter account or rather what she thinks is his twitter account. And as further luck would have it, she did in fact reveal his Twitter name.

The picture she painted about how she was able to find the account is reminiscent of what stalkers in the past have done to find my hidden accounts on social media.

I’ll refrain from publishing the name of the said account, I mean after all it could very well be his personal account, what gets me is that the media seems to feel that it is okay to cyber stalk the Director of the FBI and label it “sleuthing.”

By all accounts it is a form of stalking and very much in poor taste. It could be labeled criminal because for no other reason it is ripe with malicious intent.

To humiliate, to prove a point to the intended victim, to reveal personal information about the victim without the consent of the victim, either way that you look at it, it was a move based on some very poor judgement and shows how completely low the media will go just to prove a point in a rather ugly way.

It is a disgusting attempt at reporting on something that is not even news worthy.

Way to go to Gizmodo’s Ashley Feinberg.Cristal M Clark

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New video in Michael Brown saga sparks more – protests

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The latest video in the Michael Brown case has sparked some new protests and the video by the way according to some news sources is unconfirmed as entirely accurate.

What’s more is that according the family of Brown, the video proves that the police lied, which it all reality it does not prove anything other than Michael Brown was dealing drugs.

So let’s get to the details of the video;

According to Director Jason Pollock,the video shows Brown did not rob the store before being stopped by police.

What it does show however, in rather graphic detail is Brown giving the store clerk drugs in a brown bag in exchange for cigarillos.

Brown was shot hours later, several hours later and this is where details about the supposed robbery get sketchy.

Brown handed the clerk back the cigarillos during the drug exchange, he went back to the store hours later leaving some to suspect he went to retrieve his much previously earned cigarillos.

The St. Louis County Police Department, the video was not pertinent to the investigation into the shooting of Brown because Darren Wilson stopped Brown for walking in the street, not the robbery call.

The video by the way is not a new thing, the full unedited version of the video was handed over to police, the FBI and also the Brown family early on into the investigation.

The video simply had nothing to do with the actual shooting of Michael Brown, if anything it only makes the argument that he was an innocent young man who had been unfairly shot by police that much weaker.

Cristal M Clark

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Denver Cop runs over K9 Partner – manages to keep job

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Denver Police Department

 

The K9 German Shepherd lost a piece of her ear and also recovered from other non-life threatening injuries and has since returned to duty.

The individual responsible for her injuries as it turns out happened to be her partner, one Thomas J. McKibben.

Thomas says that he inadvertently threw one of her toys underneath his vehicle, he ordered the dog into her kennel inside of the car, pulled forward not realizing that he did not secure the latch on her kennel so the dog happily jumped out to retrieve her beloved toy, thus getting hit by the vehicle, which happened back in December. 

Thomas lost an entire vacation day and has subsequently been reassigned.

Thomas by the way happens to be the second officer to be disciplined this year for the mistreatment of an animal.

While it sounds as if he was negligent, I doubt that he purposely or negligently caused harm to his K9 partner, it seems as if this was purely an accident and not negligent at all.

That accident is one that anyone could have had, at anytime.

I am all for disciplining an officer who did something so as to cause blatant harm to another including his or her K9 partner, however, this was not blatant and was in fact, a complete accident.

I say this a lot but police are just like the rest of us. They make mistakes and sometimes they even make horrible mistakes.

We too often mistakenly put them upon a pedestal and our expectation is that they are better than we are in that, they are superior, mistake free and absolutely perfect compared to the rest of us.  

Because of how we view the police, when an officer makes a mistake, they never seem to be able to escape it or live it down.

It really is all about perception, which sometimes needs a little tweaking when it comes to how society views police.

Cristal M Clark

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