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megimoo
01-11-2011, 09:57 AM
Redstate: Outspoken Sheriff Accused Of Dismissing Loughner Death Threats

"This was not an act of politics. This was an act of a mentally disturbed young man hell bent on getting his 15 minutes of infamy."

What the The Cholla Jumps site is alleging - and which has not yet been confirmed- is the following:
Jared Loughner has been making death threats by phone to many people in Pima County including staff of Pima Community College, radio personalities and local bloggers.

When Pima County Sheriff's Office was informed, his deputies assured the victims that he was being well managed by the mental health system. It was also suggested that further pressing of charges would be unnecessary and probably cause more problems than it solved as Jared Loughner has a family member that works for Pima County.

The question is, is this true?
http://thechollajumps.wordpress.com/2011/01/09/jared-loughner-is-a-product-of-sheriff-dupniks-office/

http://nation.foxnews.com/arizona-shooting-rampage/2011/01/10/redstate-outspoken-sheriff-accused-dismissing-loughner-death-thr

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His Mother Amy Loughner is a Natural Resource Specialist in the Pima County Parks and Recreation Dept.
Unconfirmed is that Randy Lee Loughner works in, of all places, Child Protective Services.
The question is, did this allow them to pull "strings" to protect a troubled child?

The Sheriff has a lot of questions to answer. Where are the Investigative Reporters with Ethics and Integrity?
http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2011/01/validating-aspects-of-cholla-jumps.html
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I wonder....if the sheriff's office was telling the community that Jared was being well taken care of by the mental health community (which he wasn't) AND that filing charges would make life difficult for Jared's mother, and the father is a "stay at home dad"...it's almost like there's an affair going on that the sheriff is covering up.
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http://www.redstate.com/aglanon/2011/01/10/the-left-puts-a-bullseye-on-the-right/
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Apache
01-11-2011, 12:37 PM
I was thinking about this last night. Why, so shortly after, and with VERY FEW facts, did Dupnik make the comments he did? Why didn't the SO catch the the trend that this guy was falling apart? He's had several run-ins with LEO agencies, why then is talk radio and conservatism being attacked?


Could the good Sherriff be be trying to obscure something?

NJCardFan
01-11-2011, 01:06 PM
As I said, the more facts that come out about this guy, the more the 'blame' crowd is going to end up with egg on their faces.

Bubba Dawg
01-11-2011, 01:11 PM
As I said, the more facts that come out about this guy, the more the 'blame' crowd is going to end up with egg on their faces.

As well they should.

lacarnut
01-11-2011, 01:12 PM
As I said, the more facts that come out about this guy, the more the 'blame' crowd is going to end up with egg on their faces.

I have heard there is a recall for the sheriff who is a Democrat partisan hack.

Adam Wood
01-11-2011, 05:55 PM
I have heard there is a recall for the sheriff who is a Democrat partisan hack.I wouldn't be surprised. This is the half-wit who ran out and declared that he would not enforce the Arizona immigration law if Jan Brewer signed it. :rolleyes:

Articulate_Ape
01-11-2011, 06:54 PM
I'm guessing that Dumdik's days before retirement are numbered. Synchronize your watches.

malloc
01-11-2011, 08:49 PM
I wouldn't be surprised. This is the half-wit who ran out and declared that he would not enforce the Arizona immigration law if Jan Brewer signed it. :rolleyes:

I'm pretty sure there are groups calling for the recall of nearly every elected or appointed official in Arizona since they are all fair game. It really just depends on how big the recall movement gets, how many petitioners than they get on board, etc. There's probably been some sort of movement or another to get this clown recalled since he was first voted in.


I'm guessing that Dumdik's days before retirement are numbered. Synchronize your watches.

I'm hoping so, but this is liberal infested Tuscon, UofA territory, so I would expect his replacement to be just as a big of a tool.

megimoo
01-11-2011, 08:50 PM
What the The Cholla Jumps site is alleging – and which has not yet been confirmed- is the following:

Jared Loughner has been making death threats by phone to many people in Pima County including staff of Pima Community College, radio personalities and local bloggers. When Pima County Sheriff’s Office was informed, his deputies assured the victims that he was being well managed by the mental health system. It was also suggested that further pressing of charges would be unnecessary and probably cause more problems than it solved as Jared Loughner has a family member that works for Pima County.


The question is, is this true? We don’t know – yet – but it’s certainly plausible.

m00
01-11-2011, 10:51 PM
As I said, the more facts that come out about this guy, the more the 'blame' crowd is going to end up with egg on their faces.

But only after the political masters have determined we deserve less freedoms. :p

noonwitch
01-13-2011, 09:26 AM
What the The Cholla Jumps site is alleging – and which has not yet been confirmed- is the following:

Jared Loughner has been making death threats by phone to many people in Pima County including staff of Pima Community College, radio personalities and local bloggers. When Pima County Sheriff’s Office was informed, his deputies assured the victims that he was being well managed by the mental health system. It was also suggested that further pressing of charges would be unnecessary and probably cause more problems than it solved as Jared Loughner has a family member that works for Pima County.


The question is, is this true? We don’t know – yet – but it’s certainly plausible.



If it is true, the Sheriff's office was negligent.

On the other hand, volatile people are rarely managed by today's community mental health system. Some diagnosis are more risky than others-my guess is that this guy is a paranoid schizophrenic, which is one of the more dangerous conditions. Although medication can work on this condition, one of the symptoms is that the patient thinks that the doctors are trying to poison him with the medications.

AmPat
01-13-2011, 02:06 PM
If it is true, the Sheriff's office was negligent.

On the other hand, volatile people are rarely managed by today's community mental health system. Some diagnosis are more risky than others-my guess is that this guy is a paranoid schizophrenic, which is one of the more dangerous conditions. Although medication can work on this condition, one of the symptoms is that the patient thinks that the doctors are trying to poison him with the medications.

Too bad the liberal establishment destroyed what did work, Institutions designed to house these crazies.:cool:

lacarnut
01-13-2011, 02:36 PM
We can thank Jimmy Carter for getting the ball rolling on cutting funding for mental hospitals. Reagan continued the cuts also.