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PERFECT - there is one ignorant volunteer: OG. Thank you. That didn't take long at all. LOL

(Suggest removal) 6/8/10 at 9:08 a.m.

Another case of HPD killing a suspect versus making an arrest. Ice cream memories? There are many ways to handle a situation - its no coincidence that HPD's way of handling situations results in death - repeatedly. All of those who attacked Tedbel: Usually a sign of ignorance and goes hand in hand with supporting heavy-handed policing. Your mockery and anger towards his opinion is also un-American and embarrassing. So, go ahead and now attack me - for every attack written is a screaming example of the sad state of the Las Vegas community's mentality.

(Suggest removal) 6/8/10 at 8:45 a.m.

We have the death penalty and people still kill other people. Tougher penalties do nothing to stem DUI's. The laws are already very tough. In this case, the pedestrian was wrong - so what should we do - lock up the driver in prison because he had alcohol in his system? That is not the law. There are effective ways to stop DUI and having tougher penalties and putting everyone in jail is not one of them...just look at the death penalty and its ZERO deterrent effect.

(Suggest removal) 5/2/10 at 12:06 p.m.

I agree with Journey: "Look, we've all seen the story of the 16-year-old Colorado boy who killed both parents (apart and at separate times), served 10 years, had his record wiped out by the governor and is now a licensed, practicing physician in California, right? What does this true-life story tell us? People can and do change. Theus can become a contributing member of society once released if he chooses to."

People Change. If it is true that this man is changed and that he is zero threat to the public then he should be given another chance. To err is human, to forgive is divine.

(Suggest removal) 4/29/10 at 3:53 p.m.

We should sue the manufacturers of knives because some people chose to stick them into other people. If the knife wasn't shaped like a knife and wasn't so sharp, people would not have been so tempted to stab other people. Shame on the knife manufacturers. 80 trillion dollars to all victims of stab wounds from the corporations that manufacture knives - No one will sue the criminals that commit the crimes, no way - Plaintiffs must sue the totally non-involved company because the companies have lots of money to pay - unlike the broke criminals actually stabbing people. I mean, this is so transparent and phony - this lawyer has a lot of nerve EVEN trying to win this nonsense lawsuit. He's blinded by greed.

(Suggest removal) 4/26/10 at 4:19 p.m.

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