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Suspect nabbed for indecent exposure

April 15, 2014

ESCANABA — A 29-year-old Rapid River man — charged with six counts of indecent exposure — remains lodged in Delta County Jail this morning in lieu of a $25,000 cash bond....

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Apr-17-14 10:07 AM

Get down to basics.

1) Prisons are full of poor people.

2) Poor people have less money to spend on defending their behavior.

3) Rich people are hard to find serving time in prisons/jails

4) Rich people have more money to spend defending their behavior

5) Would you rather be rich and do wrong or

6) Would you rather be poor and do wrong?

Poor people make for cheap, easy convictions by law enforcement agencies.

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Apr-17-14 9:29 AM

So because not everyone who commits a crime, breaches the public trust, abuses their power, etc., is caught and/or punished, we shouldn't worry about other "minor" crimes? If you are waiting for justice to prevail everywhere, you've got a long wait. I happen to believe that dealing with crimes on the local level needs to continue, even if there are issues elsewhere that may be more important in the grand scheme of things.

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Apr-17-14 9:16 AM

brave snot,

Evidently, you've only read the daily rag.

Apparently, you’ve not followed what’s going on elsewhere in lansing, washington, rome,

outside/inside the beltway, church headquarters?

Sure, there's much to talke about, care about,

but what about the trust placed with people supposedly cut, draped and dressed from different cloth?

Why aren't their names in headlines?

One reason,

lack of money and too much money.

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Apr-17-14 9:05 AM

What this idiot needs is a good a** kicking. Someone take care of this filth the right way and save the state some money.

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Apr-17-14 1:51 AM

Cheese, so if this perv flashed his junk in front of your wife, daughter, granddaughter, etc., it would be "much ado about nothing?" Nice to know how much you care.

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Apr-16-14 2:25 PM

On the other hand,

in the other hand,

all who have charter cable tv have at their beck and call,

“naked in the wilderness“,

but doubt that anyone ever calls law enforcement to enforce indecent exposure when they pay for it monthly.

Maybe his mistake was not understanding that he wasn't far enough in the wilderness.

Perhaps he should have declared himself a republican, taken out a franchise license, made people pay, all would be ok.

Instead he knew what his services were worth,

gave it away, a freebie.

Much ado about nothing.

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Apr-16-14 11:35 AM

I heard the judge made him pull his pants down in court then dismissed the case for lack of evidence.. lol.....

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Apr-15-14 10:12 PM


You could let 50 thousand pounds of fish rot in a gill net and get less for that.

Oh wait.....

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Apr-15-14 9:28 PM

LIFE??? in prison?????? Of all of the crimes committed by people, this is disgusting, but life in prison? You can kill people and get less than that. Just doesn't sound right to me.

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Apr-15-14 1:32 PM


All this talk about “indecent-exposure”.

What, pray tell, is “decent-exposure”?

Is that like when fat people wear bikini’s and speedo’s ?

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