LCO gets charged with Felony Assault

Discussion in 'Stolen Equipment' started by nosparkplugs, Jul 26, 2008.

  1. punt66

    punt66 LawnSite Fanatic
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    nope. Dont trust him. Mcain is my only choice. Im not a loyalist nor a labeler. I live with common sence. You should try it.
     
  2. 4 seasons lawn&land

    4 seasons lawn&land LawnSite Gold Member
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    are'nt you allowed to kill people on your property if they're stealing? guess not
     
  3. punt66

    punt66 LawnSite Fanatic
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    that would make murder way too easy dont you think? " but officer my girlfriend was stealing my tv so i shot her in the head"
     
  4. TXNSLighting

    TXNSLighting LawnSite Fanatic
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    Man you are missing the point man. good god
     
  5. TXNSLighting

    TXNSLighting LawnSite Fanatic
    from DFW, TX
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    :hammerhead::hammerhead:. you are something else
     
  6. mtnzone

    mtnzone LawnSite Member
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    while your first sentence is right one, the last two sentences are so wrong that you lost all credibility
     
  7. punt66

    punt66 LawnSite Fanatic
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    im not looking for your or anybody elses approval. But here you go.





    London - At least 470 people were executed in China last year, making it the highest overall figure for any single country, followed by Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and the US, according to Amnesty International's report on Death Sentences and Executions in 2007. The report, published in London, brands China as the "world's top executioner," and says that the true figure for executions in China "is undoubtedly much higher."

    "As the world and Olympic guests are left guessing, only the Chinese authorities know exactly how many people have been killed with state authorization," the Amnesty report said




    The US executed 42 people in the same time period
     
  8. mtnzone

    mtnzone LawnSite Member
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    hmmm wonder about all the other countries in the world that dont report....

    they may have executed 470 but look at Danfur, somalia, and several other African countries where the leading political party holds mass executions.... then say that china is a leader...

    and they do not have a high crime rate as the govenrment is swift in reprisals.

    but numbers can be skewed to look anyway you want them too....
     
  9. punt66

    punt66 LawnSite Fanatic
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    were talking about convicted executions not genecide.
     
  10. punt66

    punt66 LawnSite Fanatic
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    Trading will never be the same.BEIJING, Jan 30 (Reuters) - China reported 4.75 million criminal cases in 2007, roughly the same as 2006, but serious crimes such as detonating explosions and homicides dropped considerably, a senior police official said on Wednesday.

    "In general, we are still in a period of a high crime rate, but it has been stable," Wu Heping, spokesman for the Ministry of Public Security, told a news conference.

    The number of crimes in China had jumped from over 2 million in the 1990s to more than 4 million around 2000, he said.

    The 3.7 million theft, robbery and burglary cases across the country, which dropped only 0.5 percent from 2006, accounted for the bulk of the crimes, Wu said.

    Street robbery and burglary have been top public safety concerns for many cities in recent years as breakneck economic growth brings a widening wealth gap.

    There were 586 crimes involving explosives and 6,011 arsons in 2007, down 25.2 and 11.3 percent respectively. Homicides were 10.3 percent fewer than in 2006.

    A total of 84,000 economic crimes such as tax evasion, fraud and illegal fund raising were reported last year, a 4.2 percent rise from 2006, Wu said, adding some 59,000 crime gangs were cracked.

    In 2007, 1,418 people died in 158,000 fires in China, down 11.6 percent from 2006, Wu added.

    Chinese police were collecting "all kinds of information" and were paying attention to the "prevention of terrorist attacks" to ensure security for the Olympic Games Beijing hosts in August, Wu said. (Reporting by Guo Shipeng; Editing by Nick Macfie and Katie Nguyen)
     

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