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Monday, April 21, 2008

GOP head rejects case-purge proposal

The Chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party denounces the Charlie Winburn/Nadine Allen plan to erase old warrants in Hamilton County.

Alex Triantafilou, a lawyer and former judge, said in his blog that the plan undermines the criminal justice system.

Read his comments here.


5 Comments:

at 4:32 PM, April 21, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks yer-honor, But... I bet they endorse this clown in 2009. Thanks for moving the city and the republican party forward with clowns like Charlie and Sam.

 
at 4:33 PM, April 21, 2008 Anonymous we're talking war crimes said...

the honorable judge Triantafilou writes:

Under this plan, we will not successfully prosecute 20% of criminal offenders that DESERVE TO BE PROSECUTED.

i couldn't agree more. to show the system works and that americans and especially republicans are serious about crime, i say lets start with bush and start working our way down the ladder.

 
at 10:31 PM, April 21, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Once again the wRong wingnut whacko, party misleader, is XXX judge Tryintofoolyou !

Typical obstructionist mentality with a spend, spend, spend on crony jobs !

Less convictions mean less jail time and less employment opportunities for their young dung chippers !

Not to worry:

The jails will be full of G-rand O-ld P-edophiles !

No matter how much pumping the 'fishwrap' does for that XXX judge Tryintofoolyou grand-standing, NO ONE visits the elephant dung propaganda blog !

PATHETIC 'family values' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 12:06 PM, April 22, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Again --let me remind you: Much too recent for my latest conviction !

I don't recall another sting where I was entrapped by your foot-tapping, wRong wingnut whacko under cover crony in the airport restroom when I hand waved , pick-me, under the partition ?

PATHETIC 'family values' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 9:49 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shooting closes Ferguson Avenue
WEST PRICE HILL – Cincinnati Police have shut down Ferguson Avenue near Glenway Avenue in the area of Western Hills High School after a shooting just before 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Man dies from beating, boys charged
Two juvenile boys have been arrested and charged with murder after a man who was robbed in Camp Washington on March 27 died of his injuries Tuesday, Cincinnati homicide investigators said.

Judge: Buy more ankle monitors
A Hamilton County judge, upset that all of the county’s electronic ankle monitors used as an alternative to jail are being used, wants the government to buy more of them.

Killer's shoes coated with victim's blood
Mark Robey stood on Fred Tucker’s kitchen counter last fall with his shoes drenched in Tucker’s blood, leaving behind the bloody footprints that lead to his arrest.

Man held on $250K bond after pair of gun threats
A North Fairmount man - accused of waving two guns around in front of his home and threatening to kill two men - is in jail on a $250,000 bond


Man gets year for teen sex
MADISONVILLE -- A Madisonville man was sent to prison Monday for one year for having sex with a minor female who is 20 years younger then him

Drugs tossed; 2 charged
EAST PRICE HILL -- A passenger accused of chucking a bag of cocaine from a vehicle as well as the man driving the SUV are in jail.

2 shot, cases may be related
MOUNT AUBURN – Cincinnati police said they didn’t get very far overnight investigating a possible double shooting Monday night because the two victims refuse to explain what happened.

Man arrested in 2006 stabbing
A man wanted for a 2006 stabbing in Mount Washington was arrested Monday morning

Suspect charged with abduction
Toriano Ross is charged with two counts of abduction.He says he just wanted money for his broken car window.


Man survives nine gunshots
A 20-year-old man survived despite being shot nine times during a robbery attempt Saturday night, according to Cincinnati police.

SHOULD WE JUST PURGE THESE CASES BEFORE THEY TIE UP THE COURTS.
BETTER YET
MAYBE COAST CAN LET US KEEP THEM LOCKED AT THEIR HOME.

 
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