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hoplophobe
03-12-2011, 11:17 PM
http://gatewaypundit.rightnetwork.com/2011/03/suspect-located-in-wisconsin-death-threats/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

http://whbl.com/news/articles/2011/mar/12/suspect-who-allegedly-sent-death-threats-located/


The Wisconsin Department of Justice says it has located one of the people who sent death threats to elected officials during the controversy at the state Capitol. The female suspect wasn’t named, but the state says she was located last Thursday.

One of the 1st thoughts I had was "how long until DU holds a fund raiser to post bail for this idiot?".

megimoo
03-12-2011, 11:25 PM
http://gatewaypundit.rightnetwork.com/2011/03/suspect-located-in-wisconsin-death-threats/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

http://whbl.com/news/articles/2011/mar/12/suspect-who-allegedly-sent-death-threats-located/



One of the 1st thoughts I had was "how long until DU holds a fund raiser to post bail for this idiot?".The Obama DOJ will sit on this one just like the Panthers.

Arroyo_Doble
03-12-2011, 11:46 PM
The Obama DOJ will sit on this one just like the Panthers.

Who did they threaten to kill?

lacarnut
03-12-2011, 11:50 PM
Who did they threaten to kill?

I assume you are too stupid to read the article. 15 Repub lawmakers were threathened.

djones520
03-12-2011, 11:53 PM
Who did they threaten to kill?

Link #1.


“If you and your goonies feel that it’s necessary to strip the rights of 300,000 people and ruin their lives, making them unable to feed, clothe and provide the necessities to their families and themselves then we will ‘get rid of’ (in which I mean kill) the eight of you,” the e-mail continued. “Please understand that this does not include the heroic senator that risked everything to go aganist what you and your goonies wanted him to do.”



It was sent to 15 Republicans in Wisconsin.

Arroyo_Doble
03-12-2011, 11:54 PM
Link #1.



It was sent to 15 Republicans in Wisconsin.

I was refering to those Scary Black Guys Megimoo referenced.

megimoo
03-12-2011, 11:55 PM
Who did they threaten to kill?
Prosecution you dolt .Your idea of being subtle is somewhat childish !

Arroyo_Doble
03-12-2011, 11:56 PM
Prosecution you dolt .Your idea of being subtle is somewhat childish !

Your embrace of silly noise machine douchebaggery is sheep like.

Rockntractor
03-12-2011, 11:56 PM
I was refering to those Scary Black Guys Megimoo referenced.

15 Dolby, that would be both hands and one foot.

Arroyo_Doble
03-12-2011, 11:57 PM
The Obama DOJ will sit on this one just like the Panthers.

Pay attention.

megimoo
03-12-2011, 11:58 PM
Your embrace of silly noise machine douchebaggery is sheep like.If that's the case,don't read em !

PoliCon
03-12-2011, 11:59 PM
Who did they threaten to kill?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4zbwWMqTS4

lacarnut
03-13-2011, 12:59 AM
Your embrace of silly noise machine douchebaggery is sheep like.

You need to pull your head out of your ass once in a while.

Arroyo_Doble
03-13-2011, 01:00 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4zbwWMqTS4

Oh noes! Scary black guys!

PoliCon
03-13-2011, 08:27 AM
Oh noes! Scary black guys!

You asked who they threatened to kill - I gave you the threats made by the one - in his own voice.

NJCardFan
03-13-2011, 10:04 AM
I was refering to those Scary Black Guys Megimoo referenced.

Oh, OK. So you thought it was perfectly acceptable for 2 thugs to sit at a polling place, brandishing a nightstick? I'll remember that the next time something like this happens and it turns out to be 2 white supremacists.

NJCardFan
03-13-2011, 10:06 AM
Oh noes! Scary black guys!

So it's OK if someone threatens someone as long as they support your ideology, right? You're an asshole.

Odysseus
03-13-2011, 04:16 PM
I was refering to those Scary Black Guys Megimoo referenced.
The ones who the DOJ refused to prosecute after they got a default judgement against them for voter intimidation, violations of the Voting Rights Act and menacing? Those guys?

Oh noes! Scary black guys!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neGbKHyGuHU&feature=pyv&ad=3265020430&kw=black%20panthers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX4dcvIYk9A&feature=related
Oh noes! Voter intimidation! Blatant voter intimidation! And the DOJ had a default judgement against them and could have struck a real blow for voting rights for all Americans, but let the charges drop. Do you have any objection to men with clubs standing outside of a polling place and accusing those whites who went in to vote of being white supremacists?

Arroyo_Doble
03-13-2011, 06:33 PM
The ones who the DOJ refused to prosecute after they got a default judgement against them for voter intimidation, violations of the Voting Rights Act and menacing? Those guys?


Yes. The same Scary Black Guys Fox Limbaugh has been milking for a couple of years now.

Watch out! The Kenyan Muslim is about to start a Mau Mau revolution!

Fucking, Boo.

MountainMan
03-13-2011, 07:20 PM
Yes. The same Scary Black Guys Fox Limbaugh has been milking for a couple of years now.

Watch out! The Kenyan Muslim is about to start a Mau Mau revolution!

Fucking, Boo.

How in the fuck did I get dragged into this? :confused:

NJCardFan
03-13-2011, 08:51 PM
Yes. The same Scary Black Guys Fox Limbaugh has been milking for a couple of years now.

Watch out! The Kenyan Muslim is about to start a Mau Mau revolution!

Fucking, Boo.

You are such a fucking hypocritical asshole it's sad. Go back to the DU where you belong. You know damn well that if the shoe were on the other foot, the cries from the left from the mountain tops would be deafening. Hell, you assholes blamed us when some left wing nut job shot a congresswoman. So fuck you and fuck your ilk. You are killing this great country.

Arroyo_Doble
03-13-2011, 09:00 PM
You are such a fucking hypocritical asshole it's sad. Go back to the DU where you belong. You know damn well that if the shoe were on the other foot, the cries from the left from the mountain tops would be deafening. Hell, you assholes blamed us when some left wing nut job shot a congresswoman. So fuck you and fuck your ilk. You are killing this great country.

Yea, yea. This whole New Black Panther Party, and black in general, intimidation of voters is such a monstrous problem, they have had to milk a vid of a couple of douchebags over two years ago all this time.

Wake the fuck up to the propaganda you are being fed.

Articulate_Ape
03-13-2011, 09:03 PM
Oh noes! Scary black guys!

You are a fool. You ask for evidence and it is given to you by Poli, and yet you ignore that empirical evidence in favor of your own ideology.

I take it back, you are not simply a fool, you are damned fool.

Rockntractor
03-13-2011, 09:16 PM
Yea, yea. This whole New Black Panther Party, and black in general, intimidation of voters is such a monstrous problem, they have had to milk a vid of a couple of douchebags over two years ago all this time.

Wake the fuck up to the propaganda you are being fed.

Dude, it isn't propaganda, it is fact and you know better than to think we are after all blacks.
You can talk a better game than this Mr Mathews.

NJCardFan
03-13-2011, 09:53 PM
Yea, yea. This whole New Black Panther Party, and black in general, intimidation of voters is such a monstrous problem, they have had to milk a vid of a couple of douchebags over two years ago all this time.

Wake the fuck up to the propaganda you are being fed.

And the other video of the nightstick brandishing guy talking about killing white babies...this is all a-ok with you, Mr. Hypocritical Douche?

Odysseus
03-13-2011, 11:12 PM
Yes. The same Scary Black Guys Fox Limbaugh has been milking for a couple of years now.

Watch out! The Kenyan Muslim is about to start a Mau Mau revolution!

Fucking, Boo.

So, voter intimidation is okay with you when it's blacks doing it?

That's what you seem to be saying. That it's okay to threaten voters if they're white and the thugs are black, and that you don't expect the law to apply equally. Is that your point?

Now, let's get back to the OP. Does anyone know any more about the guy who sent the death threats on behalf of the labor cartel? Is it a teacher? And if so, will he be back in a classroom after this?

Rockntractor
03-13-2011, 11:19 PM
Violent Threats Against Wisconsin Republicans Increase





Elected officials in Wisconsin need our prayers. With the Tucson tragedy still fresh in the minds of Americans, at least 18 Republican lawmakers have received death threats since voting for Gov. Scott Walker's modified budget repair bill -- and the number is climbing.

Several suspects have been identified, while obscene phone calls, threatening e-mails and other "thug-like" intimidation tactics continue to be used by union supporters to incite violence and anger toward Republican senators.

One particularly threatening e-mail warned Republican lawmakers to "put your things in order because you will be killed and your families will also be killed due to your actions in the last 8 weeks."

Why all the hate?

The heated battle started when Walker introduced his budget repair bill, which originally contained fiscal language designed to cover a $137 million budget deficit. Most importantly, the bill also placed limits on collective bargaining rights for state union workers, excluding police and firefighters.

Protests and death threats against Republican legislators intensified after a modified version of the bill passed the Senate and ultimately the Assembly. To make the vote possible in the absence of 14 Democratic colleagues, all fiscal language was stripped from the legislation leaving only collective bargaining restrictions.

Wisconsin protests turn ugly

Since Walker signed the anti-union bill into law, protests in Madison, Wis. have been anything but peaceful.

After causing an estimated $7.5 million in property damage to the State Capitol, Wisconsin protesters are now the stars of amateur videos springing up on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Earlier in the Wisconsin budget battle timeline, Massachusetts Rep. Michael Capauno told a group of Boston union members that collective bargaining battles were so important "every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody."

On the other side of the fence, Sarah Palin told Fox News Wisconsin union bosses were "acting like thugs" and it's their responsibility to "turn down the rhetoric and start getting truth out there so that nobody gets hurt."

What happens now?

While recall efforts, lawsuits and political strategies are being discussed on both sides of the aisle, there's one thing Republican and Democratic lawmakers can agree on -- the battle over unions and collective bargaining has just begun.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ac/20110313/us_ac/8054678_violent_threats_against_wisconsin_republic ans_increase

NJCardFan
03-13-2011, 11:56 PM
I'm still waiting for Obama to make another call for civility. Something tells me I'll be waiting a while.

CueSi
03-14-2011, 12:56 AM
So, voter intimidation is okay with you when it's blacks doing it?

That's what you seem to be saying. That it's okay to threaten voters if they're white and the thugs are black, and that you don't expect the law to apply equally. Is that your point?

Now, let's get back to the OP. Does anyone know any more about the guy who sent the death threats on behalf of the labor cartel? Is it a teacher? And if so, will he be back in a classroom after this?

It's like sexism being okay when it's women against men. You should know this by now.

~QC

ironhorsedriver
03-14-2011, 06:43 AM
What gets me is, if this had of been threats against Dems, the persons name, occupation, underwear size would have been printed out everywhere. As well, there is noticably, no mention of the person being taken into custody. Again, had they been Dems., we would have seen this person being paraded around in shackles.
there is one hell of a double standard going on in this country.

fettpett
03-14-2011, 08:31 AM
From Vicki McKenna's Facebook page


THIS IS UNCONFIRMED. I received this as an email this weekend:

>>>>Our Capitol a battleground?

This is from Lieutenant (I removed his name to protect him) from the Waukesha Sheriff’s Department who was sent to assist local Madison law enforcement in providing extra security at the State Capitol. What a disgrace.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
On 2/23/11 I was sent to Madison to assist local Law Enforcement in providing security for the Capitol building complex and grounds. I arrived at WSD (Sheriff's Department) at 0315 hours.

I met with 4 Deputies and we loaded a prisoner transport van with riot helmets, gas masks, flex cuffs and extra radio batteries. At 0400 four City of Waukesha officers arrived at WSD and we drove to the Marriott hotel in Madison. Pulling into the hotel parking lot I observed over 130 State Patrol squads and about 110 assorted Wisconsin Police squads. We were ushered into a huge meeting room.

Once there we were spilt into several divisions. I was in the largest division, the interior branch. The good news is we were going to be inside and out of the weather. The bad news, we shared the Capitol with 10,000 screaming protesters. More on those oxygen thieves later. After we were briefed on rules of engagement and communications we were ushered out. Since this is Madison and the lead agency is the UW Capitol police, we were told absolutely no pepper spray.

We were also told that the use of tasers was prohibited to dry stuns only, and then only with supervisory approval. I immediately told my troops, that they had my approval. My priority was their safety and to protect themselves. All 239 cops were led to 5 city buses waiting outside. We were escorted with red/blue lights and sirens by the State Patrol to the Capitol. It felt surreal to be part of this huge convey speeding thru the city at 0530 in the morning.

Upon arriving at the underground parking area of the Capitol we walked to a large walking tunnel. In this tunnel we were instructed to store our helmets, batons, pepper spray and all gear in this tunnel. I can't describe what 239 gear bags and gear look like when they are placed by the wall inside this tunnel. All of us felt that this was a tactical mistake by leaving very important gear stored away in a tunnel. Nevertheless, we complied and were led to our posts.

My division was assigned to the first floor southern area of the Capitol. This is were the Senators offices are located. I made several observations while walking thru the rotunda. This building is a historic jewel. All of the surfaces are beautiful granite with detailed and ornate lighting fixtures and artwork. The building should make every Wisconsin citizen proud.

Sleeping inside the rotunda was between 600 - 900 people. These people have been living inside the Capitol for six days. The garbage and stench were nauseating. Taped to every surface were signs protesting the Governor. Some signs were simple such as "teachers don't sleep at home, they sleep at the Capitol". Some were nothing more than vulgar hate speech. Don't believe the media, not all protesters are peaceful loving people.

I then walked over to my assignment which was to guard a stairwell that was in front of the office of Senator Leah Vukmir and Senator Fred Risser. Senator Vukmir is a republican Senator from Tosa. She is a tough republican with good strong core values. Throughout the day I had many good conversations with her. She reported for work, while Senator Fred Risser fled the State like a coward.

Please google her, read about her and support her. The Senator and her staff took great care of us in law Enforcement. She and her staff treated us with respect and thanked us for our dedication to their safety. The staff that supports Senator Risser looked at Law Enforcement with disgust. They would not establish eye contact and complained about having to show us their ID's. Our team, all 10 of us maintained our posts from 0600 till 1930 hours.

At about 0700 the protesters started their demonstrations. Imagine 10,000 people yelling, screaming, beating steel drums, blowing whistles and waving signs that spew hatred. Now imagine this inside the Capitol. Think of how your high school locker room smelled at its worst. Now amplify that odor 20 fold. The noise was deafening and we were encouraged to wear ear plugs. The floors of the Capitol shook with all of the noise and marching.

Some of the protesters were normal well dressed people. But I also observed a man in a wheel chair who appeared all crippled up. And then before the media arrived I, with my own eyes observed this wheelchair bound man stand up and walk. He then started stretching and appeared to walk as good as any of us. As soon as the media showed up, he sat back in his wheelchair, rounded his shoulders and bent over as if he was crippled up.

I observed people who had been sleeping in the Capitol for a week, clean themselves in the bathroom sinks. We were told not to touch any railings or use the microwaves as the homeless and others were washing their socks in the sinks and drying laundry in the microwaves. Again, think high school locker room at its worst.

One of my partners observed a toddler, 4 to 5 years old eating pizza. The child was standing next to his mother and was still hungry. The mother looked at the child and raised her shirt up. The child began to nurse from his mothers chest while he was standing next to her. This child was old enough and tall enough to nurse while standing.

Throughout the day I met and worked with many cops from around the state. We have allot of good cops here that work very hard.

My final observations. I witnessed history in the making. I'm glad I was there and was able to experience this first hand. It was a long day after standing on a granite floor for 10 to 13 hours. The Capitol is a beautiful building that needs to be locked down. They need to secure the Capitol and move these squatters outside.

There is a growing health risk of having that many people living/sleeping inside the Capitol. Some have not showered for a week. There are piles of hair 3 inches high along the walls. It is by the grace of God that we kept a lid on the protesters. But, it felt as if we were on the brink of losing that control at any moment.

Statewide Law Enforcement is not able to continue to provide security for this event long term. I fear this could last a month or more. With the Capitol open and the free food pouring in, why would they every leave. The National Guard needs to respond and start replacing us. When the protesters reach their breaking point, and they are getting close. Wisconsin will need the Guard to step in. The media reports with a slant and I wanted you to know what yesterday was like."


Sent from my PC
XXX XXXXX>>>>>>>

jediab
03-14-2011, 08:41 AM
From Vicki McKenna's Facebook page

Even if the email isn't true, it does bring up a good point. How many tax dollars of the people of Wisconsin are being spent providing extra hours and overtime to the police and security forces needed at the capital?

fettpett
03-14-2011, 08:47 AM
Even if the email isn't true, it does bring up a good point. How many tax dollars of the people of Wisconsin are being spent providing extra hours and overtime to the police and security forces needed at the capital?

very true...add all the OT money being spent on them, plus w/e local communities are having to spend on temp cops in their communities while their reg cops are off in Madison.

Odysseus
03-14-2011, 11:51 AM
Even if the email isn't true, it does bring up a good point. How many tax dollars of the people of Wisconsin are being spent providing extra hours and overtime to the police and security forces needed at the capital?
It rings true to me. That many people living in a building that was never meant to be a dormitory for over a week would be a nightmare of disease vectors. And remember that these are not just unionized teachers, but any bodies that could be carted in by the unions to increase their numbers. Some of these people probably were homeless (and from the spelling on the signs, I'm hoping that they were, since the thought of teachers with that level of illiteracy is terrifying), and that just adds to the mix of odors, hygiene issues and potential health hazards.

very true...add all the OT money being spent on them, plus w/e local communities are having to spend on temp cops in their communities while their reg cops are off in Madison.

Yes, and all of that will be added to the state's budget issues. All in the name of collective bargaining.