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Re: “Herb Rule battles on

Herb Rule is a good man with fresh ideas. He is not so over his head in debt that he has to depend on perks to pay his bills and pay the dinner tab.

As for the DWI charge, ...does everyone remember what the LRPD did to Arkansas Surgeon General Joe Thompson? But for the dashcams and my persistence, he might not have been cleared as quickly or at all.

This DWI charge was crumped up to skew the election votes for Rule and all Arkansas democrat candidates. Who would have such motive?

DUH!!!... REPUBLICANS!!!!... (Mind you, I am no Obama fan, nor Mitt R(Z)ombie;)

Consider the DWI charge, who watched him leave the restaurant and called in a false DWI to the Fayetteville Police Dept? Do you think it possible that someone followed the storyline from the movie, 'The Campaign'?

Watch the video (transcript time of important comments):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_rmg4O0BXg

Consider these facts:

1.) The officers knew that Rule was driving the car.
2.) Prior to learning about the 2010 (NOT GUILTY) DWI charge,Officer Wicker told his supervising officer Dawson that Wicker did not smell alcohol on Mr. Rule. As soon as the cops heard about the post, Wicker approached Mr. Rule and said that he smelled alcohol on Rule.
3.) Officer Wicker completed the Police Academy in April 20, 2012.
4.) Upon pre-hire investigation, the investigating officer Sgt. Doug Pope expressed concerns that Wicker" has left five (5) jobs in the past seven (7) years and does not has a good record of staying at an employer for an extended amount of time."
5.) The field sobriety test is not to be used on persons over 65 years of age, nor people with back or leg problems, and Mr. Rule has a known knee problem which he told the officer of related to a position being physically uncomfortable. Older people tend to have problems with balance and fine motor skills while sober. The officer failed to apply the NHTSA standards prior to performing the SFST, otherwise he would not have arrested Mr. Rule based upon a procedure which he was legally prohibited from administering to Mr. Rule.
6.) Wicker does not consume alcoholic beverages as a result of a prior family medical history related to alcohol....(Can anyone spell "B-I-A-S"?)

With all of that said, these officers need to be investigated by the Arkansas State Police and the FBI as it appears their actions were taken to illegal interfere and adversely influence and election.

3 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Stanton on 10/04/2012 at 7:04 PM

Re: “Governor gives surgeon general vote of confidence

Most of us have seen enough TV shows that we know serial killers return to the crime scenes to relive their crimes and reaffirm their reasons,... or just for pure Ego enjoyment....Likewise, serial cops (who should be required to submit THEIR DNA to receive employment) return to whatever arena is talking about them,... to bask in their glory or to defend their egos.... Johannes is among us. Look at the posts since this Dr. T incident, and you will see him posting with at least 2 different Usernames.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Stanton on 04/21/2012 at 2:58 AM

 

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