People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby B Luc » Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:50 pm

Agreed.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby lugnutz » Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:55 pm

But to be fair, hero's dont do dumb things...and him admitting he will do it is kind of dumb.

The life long criminal temporarily out on parole I pay to do it, now he would be my hero.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby Section 40 » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:00 pm

Why is this pos even eligible for early release?
The pos killed the kid, ate him and then kept his bones for 8 years.
I like the dad's logic. You know that he's been torn apart by this since 1975, will never get over it and doesn't give a shit what happens to him if he gets to kill this phag.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby lugnutz » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:11 pm

To say nothing of the years of not knowing if his kid was alive or not. No idea how anyone could let him go. I'd do it for him if he hadn't blown his cover.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby B Luc » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:18 pm

Lugz, I think even the dumbest of criminals could successfully torture and inflict serious punishment on the piece of shit. I don't have kids, and I have ways and manners flowing through my head about how I would punish this waste of life.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby lugnutz » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:20 pm

My point was a guy who knows he is going in for good, and that I will fill his canteen account monthly would be the perfect tool to do the job. Maybe film some of it so I can watch clips on special occasions. :lol:
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby tballa55 » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:24 pm

Section 40 wrote:Why is this pos even eligible for early release?
The pos killed the kid, ate him and then kept his bones for 8 years.
I like the dad's logic. You know that he's been torn apart by this since 1975, will never get over it and doesn't give a shit what happens to him if he gets to kill this phag.


agreed...yes i agreed with you again Sect 40..thats like twice in the last few weeks :shock:
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby lugnutz » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:27 pm

You guys going to hug it out at Game on?
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby mcm » Mon Mar 07, 2011 11:36 pm

the father's got to be pushing 70 if he had a 5 yr old in 1975

i bet he doesn't care if he spends the last few years behind bars, probably better than a nursing home
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby Section 40 » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:56 am

We need to save a couple of Bluc's phospherous grenades for this waste of life. Last night on Fox I heard the radio interview and the father is quite determined to see this waste die a gruesome death.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/08/father-says-murder-5-year-olds-killer/
Woodmansee, who was 16 years old at the time, kidnapped and killed Jason Foreman in 1975 in South Kingstown, R.I. He confessed and was convicted of second-degree murder eight years later.
Jason Foreman was presumed to be missing until 1982, when Woodmansee tried to lure another boy into his home. The boy escaped and police began to question Woodmansee about Foreman's disappearance.
Authorities found the boy's skull and bones on Woodmansee's , along with a journal that detailed the gruesome killing. John Foreman told the radio station that Woodmansee wrote about eating his son's flesh in the journal.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby Section 40 » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:59 am

Massachusetts criminals have let us all down.

For his own protection, Woodmansee served nearly all of the last 28 years of his sentence in prisons in Massachusetts instead of Rhode Island, but returned to the state last week, the newspaper said.
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby mcm » Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:18 am

he was granted a reduced sentence as part of a plea so that the parents did not have to hear the details during the trial

how does that make any sense?
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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby tballa55 » Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:08 pm

A pair of Manhattan cops got joyous thanks today from a mother whose baby’s life was saved by their quick action.
"We are really grateful," the baby’s mom, Chinese McCaskey, said at St. Luke’s Hospital — who said the crisis went by so quickly, "it was like a movie."

The officers — Eric Sorensen, 35, and Brian Dennis, 47, both assigned to the 30th Precinct — were called to the McClaskey home at West 148th St. and Amsterdam Avenue in Hamilton Heights on Monday, where Zoe McCaskey’s desperate mom had called 911 for help.
But by the time the officers arrived, McCaskey, her teen-age son and the baby had already jumped in a livery cab and were heading to a hospital.

Sorensen and Dennis gave chase, and found the cab several blocks away.
"The mother was in the back seat with the baby in her arms. She was panic-stricken," recounted Dennis, a 16-year veteran cop.
They moved little Zoe into the back seat of their patrol car, and Sorenson took the wheel while Dennis tried to revive her.
"She had gone into cardiac arrest," said Dennis. "The baby was lifeless.
"I started doing chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
"A minute later the baby’s heart had started beating, but she still wasn’t breathing."
Patrol cars from several precincts stopped traffic at cross streets as Sorensen steered the patrol car down Amsterdam to St. Luke’s Hospital at West 113th Street.
"The dispatcher put the hospital on notice that they were going get a baby in cardiac arrest," Dennis said.
"As we turned onto 113th, the baby vomited and started breathing again.
"We pulled into the ambulance bay, and two detectives went into the emergency room screaming, ‘Emergency! Emergency!’"
Inside the St. Luke’s trauma room, the baby, Zoe McCaskey, started crying. Doctors say she’s doing fine, and she’s expected home Friday.


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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby Bud » Wed Mar 23, 2011 2:24 pm

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Re: People Who Are Bigger Heroes Than The Chilean Miners

Postby mcm » Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:10 pm

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