Monday, June 04, 2007

Connecticut State Police "Honey Traps"


Barbara D. Sattal.

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Spike
Wallingford, CT

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Steven_G_Erickson wrote:
If a couple or family members get into a regular argument. All can be arrested and face court.
There is usually probation and family members have to pay to take classes.
Fines are assessed.
The state gets cash for family arguments.
Violation of probation is an easy thing, which can mean prison. If you get prison, you can't go back to your family as they are considered your "victims", even if it is an argument.
Police and the judges not using discretion are breaking up families and damaging adults and children for life, unnecessarily.
If the argument was an isolated incident, a ticket could have been written and a court appearance where family counseling was ordered would be the commonsense thing to do, not arresting little girls and their 58 year old Daddy.
http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2007/02...


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Spike
Wallingford, CT

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Steven_G_Erickson wrote:
There really is not enough information in this piece. Is it an isolated incident or is regular fare?
I knew of no one that had been arrested up until I was 16 or so. Now, just about everyone I know has been arrested.
If your kids get out of hand, you can be arrested and go to prison for trying to disciplining them or for not disciplining them.
So, if you slip up even once, you can lose your family unity, your freedom, credit, home, pets, your job, and everything you have ever worked for.
Other states are not so cash strapped because of corruption and citizens leaving the state.
Other states are growing, what does that say about Connecticut?
http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/


Get new friends.
Spike
Wallingford, CT

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Steven_G_Erickson wrote:
There really is not enough information in this piece. Is it an isolated incident or is regular fare?
I knew of no one that had been arrested up until I was 16 or so. Now, just about everyone I know has been arrested.
If your kids get out of hand, you can be arrested and go to prison for trying to disciplining them or for not disciplining them.
So, if you slip up even once, you can lose your family unity, your freedom, credit, home, pets, your job, and everything you have ever worked for.
Other states are not so cash strapped because of corruption and citizens leaving the state.
Other states are growing, what does that say about Connecticut?
http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/


Also, I told you this before...you must have had a really @$%#@$@*@* attorney. He took you for your money. HA HA HA...and you paid him, that is even funnier.

Monday, June 04, 2007 1:28:00 PM  

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