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Umatilla County Sheriff's office spread thin

Oct 21, 2012 | 6 Comments

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09:15 am - Thu, October 25 2012
Roxy said:
Should this really be advertised? I mean it's the perfect place for a criminal to show up and plan a bank robbery, home robbery, or something even worse. What a horrible situation!
08:09 pm - Sat, November 3 2012
Dances with Redwoods said:
Of course it should be, Roxy.

Do you not want to know the truth and live under some illusion ..or.. know reality?
01:02 pm - Thu, November 15 2012
Fletch said:
People don't like reality and or the truth. Reality has consequenses...If people know reality or the truth, they feel obligated to do something about it or guilty about not doing anything about it.
01:25 pm - Thu, November 15 2012
Fletch said:
I guess a situation like that leaves one to handle a problem the best way they can. Without any responce from law enforcement, could one be proseccuted for doing the job of an unavailable enforcement officer. If a scared victim shot the perp for being in his/her barn attempting to run off with several thousand dollars worth of their personal property possibly never to be seen again. What would you do?
08:10 am - Fri, November 16 2012
Dances with Redwoods said:
"What would you do?"

I'd project reality, and not be at all stingy about it. That's what I will do. And you?.
12:34 pm - Mon, November 19 2012
Fletch said:
When you say "Stingy", what is that?

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