Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Police probe gang ties in shooting

The name of a Chicago-based street gang — “Satan’s Disciples” — surfaced for the second time since 2012, when a teenager was arraigned Friday for his alleged role in the June 11 shooting on Summer Street.
http://rutlandherald.com/article/20140701/NEWS02/707019911

4 comments :

  1. Anyone remember the Revolving Door commercial that was effectively used by Bush the Elder against Michael Dukakis in the 1988 Presidential Election? We need a new revolving door commercial that would highlight Judge Karen Carroll's court room. This is disgusting; if a State Agency can't control this man, what makes the Judge think that his Aunt can?

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  2. ooohhhh. poor little broke down life is not fair Adams. Poor baby, he deserves a 100th. chance. Let's support this confused troubled child. Maybe we can lead him on to a brighter path.....

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    1. The Shummmlieee path, follow the yellow brick road, or is it those red brick cross walks in SpringField

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    2. Sorry those red brick crosswalks have been paved over. More tax dollars well spent.

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