4.04.2010

Everyone Gets Arrested

Not sure all of the Wise County connection but the story mentions that . . .

Worthy left Jesse and another 1-year-old child with Copeland on Tuesday while she went to Bridgeport to have a baby, authorities said. The 1-year-old and the newborn were in foster care Sunday, CPS officials have said.

Story.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is sad....I wish I could have a few minutes with both..............they should have to suffer what that young boy did......The little man is in a better place now.Cant belive someone will defend these losers.

Anonymous said...

Why can't we legalize meth?
Common sense says we should make this stuff more readily available to our youth.

Anonymous said...

6:25
Yep. Why do we have to criminalize what people do to themselves? Shouldn't we just leagalize these "victimless" crimes? If we just legalized drugs, these poor people wouldn't harm anyone else. It's not the drugs, or the behavior they lead to, that are the problem. Right?

Anonymous said...

Weed is found in nature. Therefore it should be legal to give some weed to put in their lungs. Cobra venom is also found in nature, so I guess it therefore should be okee dokee to give someone a big healthy helping of that, too.

Anonymous said...

Thats what happens when you let amebas breed in a thimble non- selective individuals emerge.

Anonymous said...

Of the devil!

Anonymous said...

Stories like this absolutely break my heart...and make my trigger finger itchy.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, we ought to stop harrassing these pool souls who drink too much, smoke marijuana, take pills, and smoke crystal meth - obviously they're just victims of a leviathan government run amok.

They don't harm anyone, do they?

hangman said...

victimless crimes there is no such thing i had a good friend killed by a meth head who had been up for several days and while driving fell asleep and crashed into my friend and killed them there is you first victim. second victims are those wo the meth heads steal from usally while carrying a weapon which they possess illegally and use if people resist them and then the trhird victims the family members who have to put up with them. oh i almost forgot to mention sgrt white who was killed by a meth head with no disregard for his or anyone elses life

Anonymous said...

meth and pot are not the same things, you morons.

Anonymous said...

I had the misfortune of spending the weekend in Austin. The dirtiest, trashiest place in Texas.

The people were rude, literally hundreds of dope heads on the streets, trash everywhere, some of the most animalistic things I have ever seen, from so-called people.

We should make that crap more common, legal?

I hope I never have to go back. Give me Wise Co anytime.

Anonymous said...

1:33 - I would posit that most readers of this blog (yes, even this blog) well recognize the differences between marijuana and methamphetamine. I would even agree, to some extent, that I would feel substantially less threatened sharing the road, or darkened alleyway, with a pothead rather than a tweaker.

In younger years, I was fairly critical of the premise of "gateway drugs", inasmuch as the argument could be taken to irresponsible extremes to suggest that, at the outer limits, even Wrigley Juicy Fruit or Royal Crown Cola could be precursors to drug use.

But, in the cold light of reality, it becomes painfully apparent that once one starts down the road of illicit drug use, it's a pretty slippery slope.