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Who’s Playing Horsey?

July 30, 2009

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Well, it’s Mr. Rodell Vereen of South Carolina. This bugger of a man was charged with buggery after he was caught by a shotgun-wielding lady playing with her horse, Sugar.

I guess Sugar is just too sweet to resist . Ugh!

Here’s the details from- The INQUISITR

Serial horse-shagger Rodell Vereen was charged with buggery and trespassing again… while on probation for buggering the same horse.

The horse’s owner, Barbara Kenley, owns the “Lazy B Stables” in Conway, SC. The bad-ass, shotgun bearing Ms. Kenley caught Vereen with his pants down and in the middle of a tender moment with Sugar, Barbara’s 21-year-old horse. Vereen was jailed for shagging Sugar back in 2007, and Ms. Kenley thought that Sugar’s troubles were over when he was convicted.

Not so. Surveillance cameras, installed after Sugar was assaulted the first time, revealed a human-on-horse act in the stables on July 19th. Sugar’s unwelcome Romeo was indeed back. Kenley alerted police, but the police were unable to identify Sugar’s attacker in the CCTV footage. Kenley knew, however, that Vereen would be unable to stay away, and this time she was ready.

Kenley describes confronting the man who defiled her filly:

“I wanted to catch him firsthand,” she said. “It was just a matter of time before I caught him.”

When Kenley pointed a shotgun at Vereen, he claimed to be looking for a bathroom.

“I told him he was full of crap,” Kenley said. “He apologized and said he didn’t mean to hurt me.”

For the record, buggery is defined similarly to sodomy. Anything further you’ll have to Google on your own, honey.

Read more:http://www.inquisitr.com/31105/rodell-vereen-charged-with-buggery-for-horse-lovin-again/#ixzz0MikssxfS

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Star Spangled err Mangled Banner?

April 20, 2009

This video is a very good excuse for the cops to test their taser guns on one of their own.


Anyway, they  should’ve put the damn cuff on him, read him the Miranda fast and book him for murdering  Old Glory’s hymn. Or they should ask a judge for a gag order so that he will NEVER open his mouth in public again.

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The “Domino’s Pizza” Effect

April 16, 2009

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Michael Anthony Setzer and Kristy Hammonds Thompson, employees of Domino’s Pizza in North Carolina were in hot water over a video Kristy posted on YouTube showing us, consumers on how they do “roll at Domino’s.”

Here’s more from WA Today–

The video showed Michael farts on a piece of salami before putting it on someone’s sandwich, blows his nose in it and puts individual pieces of grated cheese used to make the sandwich up his nose.

“In about five minutes it’ll be sent out on delivery where somebody will be eating these, yes, eating them, and little did they know that cheese was in his nose and that there was some lethal gas that ended up on their salami,” Kristy says.

“Now that’s how we roll at Domino’s.”

In another, Michael sneezes on cheese sticks as Kristy, who filmed the clips, announces: “That’s right, come to our store, we’ll give you a lot of love.”

While the antics were going on, the manager was out at the back reading a newspaper, “as always”, Kristy says in the clip.

In another of the videos Michael wipes his backside with a sponge before using it to clean a pot.


Note: The management of Domino’s Pizza have since apologized for the concerned employees misdeeds and vowed to look deeper into the matter as well as review their policies of hiring people.  Both Kristy and Michael are now facing felony charges for distributing contaminated/ prohibited food in North Carolina.

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Detroit, Shocked!

October 16, 2008

Kwame Malik Kilpatrick (born June 6, 1970) served as mayor of Detroit, Michigan from 2002 to 2008. When elected at the age of 31, he was the youngest mayor in the history of Detroit. Kilpatrick’s tenure as mayor was plagued with controversies which included allegations (not all against Kilpatrick himself) of marital infidelity, conspiracy, perjury, and murder. Kilpatrick is the only mayor in the history of Detroit to be charged with a felony while in office.[2] On September 4, 2008, Kilpatrick announced his resignation as mayor, which became effective on September 18,[3] as part of a plea bargain where he also pled guilty to two felonies for obstruction of justice.

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The Boxer

October 7, 2008
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An Eye for an Eye

October 2, 2008
Yes, give him the DEATH PENALTY…

Uncle indicted in death of 12-year-old Vt. girl

By DAVE GRAM, Associated Press Writer Wed Oct 1, 10:55 PM ET

MONTPELIER, Vt. – Federal prosecutors said Wednesday that a man charged with drugging, sexually assaulting and killing his 12-year-old niece coerced another girl into aiding his plot by claiming to be part of a child-sex club that sometimes selected girls for “termination.”

The federal grand jury in Rutland that indicted Michael Jacques also handed up special findings that would make him eligible for the death penalty if he is convicted of the charge of kidnapping with death resulting.

Brooke Bennett, of Braintree, disappeared June 25 and was found dead a week later. Her disappearance triggered Vermont‘s first-ever Amber Alert, and state residents were shocked when her body was found in a shallow grave July 2.

Other charges against Jacques, 42, of Randolph, in the indictment announced Wednesday include five child pornography counts.

Two of Jacques’ lawyers — public defender Michael Desautels and death penalty expert David Ruhnke — didn’t return telephone calls seeking comment on the indictment.

Jacques has been in custody since before the girl’s body was found, but the indictment contained new details about the slaying.

Jacques allegedly persuaded the second girl, identified only as “J1,” to help kidnap Brooke by sending messages saying that Brooke had been “designated for termination,” falsely telling the girl that Brooke “was causing significant problems for J1’s father, resulting in him becoming suicidal.”

The indictment said Jacques told J1 about a child-sex club called Breckenridge — a nonexistent group that Jacques allegedly made up to coerce her into sex for years and to get her to help with Brooke’s abduction.

Beginning in 2003, Jacques “intimidated, deceived and persuaded a nine-year-old girl (J1) into believing that a powerful organization named ‘Breckenridge’ would harm or kill her and her family if she did not engage in sex acts with” him, U.S. Attorney Thomas Anderson said in news release.

Between 2003 and 2008, Jacques caused J1 to engage in sex acts that he videotaped and shipped in interstate commerce, the indictment said.

It said he used fake e-mail, text and other messages to convince J1 that she was hearing from Breckenridge operatives and “that on occasion, Breckenridge ‘terminated’ girls. J1 was informed that, while she would not be required to participate in such a termination, she might be required to assist in related planning.”

Such assistance was required in May and June of this year, the indictment said, when Jacques ordered J1 to help him plan Brooke’s abduction by convincing Brooke that she would be attending a pool party at Jacques’ house.

According to the indictment:

• Jacques lured Bennett to his house June 24, saying she would be attending the pool party the next day. The next morning, he took her to a Cumberland Farms store in Randolph and dropped her there within view of its video cameras “to create the pretense that he was ending his contact with her.”

• He and J1 picked Brooke up nearby a short time later and took Brooke to Jacques’ house. Jacques told J1 to leave before he killed the girl.

• A medical examiner determined Jacques “drugged, sexually assaulted and murdered Brooke Bennett.” Prosecutors would not comment on what drug was used.

Anderson said it would be up to U.S. Attorney General Robert Mukasey whether prosecutors seek the death penalty against Jacques. That decision “is not expected for several months,” which could leave it up to the attorney general of a new presidential administration.

Brooke’s disappearance and death has triggered calls by the public and political leaders for toughening Vermont’s sex offender laws.

Her father, James Bennett, of Bethel, didn’t immediately return a call seeking comment Wednesday.

Also Wednesday, Anderson said federal authorities have dropped an obstruction of justice charge against Raymond Gagnon, 40, the girl’s former stepfather — a charge lodged in connection with her disappearance.

Gagnon, of San Antonio, has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Texas on charges of production and transportation of child pornography.

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Good Riddance

September 29, 2008

Another one bites the dust. Yes, here’s a toast to the gallant father of the intended victim, who defended the honor of his daughter.

Yeah, Let them all Sex Offenders rot in hell!

Here’s the good news from the Associated Press–

Intended Victim’s Dad Kills Sex Offender

INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 28) — A convicted sex offender died Sunday during a struggle with a father who found the naked man in or near his 17-year-old daughter’s bedroom, police said.

Police responding to a call from the city’s northwest side about 3:20 a.m. found 64-year-old Robert McNally on the hallway floor with his arm around the neck of 52-year-old David T. Meyers , who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police spokesman Sgt. Matthew Mount said Meyers had a heart condition and may have had a heart attack. An autopsy was planned.

Police said Meyers was naked except for a mask and latex gloves and had entered the home through a window near the girl’s bedroom with rope, condoms and a knife. He was familiar with the home’s layout because it belonged to a relative, police said.

The girl awoke and screamed when she saw the man in her room, police said. The father responded and struggled with the intruder while the girl’s mother phoned 911.

Police did not anticipate any charges against McNally.

“If a person breaks into your home, you are justified in using deadly force in defending your family,” said

Mount. “In this situation, I don’t think he was trying to kill him, he was trying to hold him down.”

Meyers had served 10 years in prison for criminal confinement and sexual deviate conduct and was wanted in Boone County for failure to register as a sex offender. He was registered as a sex offender in Marion County.

Police said Meyers lived with his mother and had recently lost his job.

The death is under investigation and will be reviewed by a Marion County prosecutor.

“Nobody wins,” McNally told The Indianapolis Star. “It’s a lose-lose situation for everybody. He has family also.”

He said his daughter went to church Sunday after the incident.