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Posted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 7:32 pm

Two news sources break this story before it hits our local paper. Shouldn't this be news for TDI when this happened in New Iberia?

Just more fodder to show the type of ship Haney is running. Good job Mad Dog!

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  • Anonymous posted at 7:14 pm on Fri, Sep 28, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    not sure why the daily iberian isn't posting my comments.....let's try again

    At 1am in the morning, with alcohol involved (i was at the berry queens event and saw then) , you have a lady in a position of authority trying to use her authority to sway the decision of a law enforcement officer???? Of course she was arrested. duh.


  • Anonymous posted at 6:01 pm on Fri, Sep 28, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    When you clowns that don't trust police need help, help yourselves. You don't trust them, but you cry for help for every little BS problem in your sorry little lives. Grow up and stop whining like a 2 year old. This self important woman thought that she was above the law and now she will learn that she is not. End of story.

    -Keeping it real

  • skooter2 posted at 5:22 pm on Fri, Sep 28, 2012.

    skooter2 Posts: 1

    She Or He is just getting a taste of their injustice

  • Anonymous posted at 6:44 pm on Thu, Sep 27, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    7:32, you are right, people get arrested all the time for saying they will hurt someone or do something to people but the supreme court already ruled that free speech is protected even if through it is the phone or the internet. The people that get arrested like the kid in New Iberia can't do anything because they can't afford to fight the system and it's cheaper to take probation and walk away. When criminals are protected by a badge against the constitution, we as a country are done.

  • Anonymous posted at 6:14 pm on Thu, Sep 27, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    If you think all cops are clowns, next time you need help, please contact the Ringling Brothers. Then maybe you can learn to show some respect. Attitude like yours is whats wrong with this country.

  • Anonymous posted at 8:56 am on Thu, Sep 27, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    To 7:14 pm
    Seems like this lady suffers from the same unknown syndrome that Jeff Boggs deals with. They both question law enforcement before they know the facts; and suddenly they are on the wrong end of the law. If there is a lesson to be learned from these arrest, it's this; allow the law enforcement people to do their job. If you don't have a dog in the fight; then zip your pie hole. Legal recourse can always happen between an arrest and an arraignment. Gather the facts and present them at the appropriate time. Interfering with a lawful arrest can land one a fine, jail or both. Ask Jeff; it cost him roughly $1,100 dollars to feel important.

  • Anonymous posted at 7:32 pm on Wed, Sep 26, 2012.

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    The sheriff's office knows that they can falsely arrest anyone on any given day and there is nothing anyone can do except bring them to court which cost loads of money and it doesn't cost the sheriff or the clown that does the arrest anything. The taxpayer fronts the cost of Ellidge to do the dirty work for the sheriff department and drag it on till the defendant goes away or the DA office throws it out which will happen on this one. It will go away quietly and the clowns still rule the road. If the cops that falsely arrested people would go to jail for breaking the law, this would not happen but everyone is thrilled when it happens to others. Stop believing that harassing and beating people is making crime go away. It is not only masking the problem but the criminals are the ones policing the good.

  • Tomtom posted at 7:13 pm on Wed, Sep 26, 2012.

    Tomtom Posts: 2337

    From the DI article,which is all we have to go by, it sounds like this attorney though she was above the law. It also sounds like the deputy didn’t believe she was.

  • Anonymous posted at 1:58 pm on Wed, Sep 26, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    I hope the truth comes out and these five dollar cops end up being the ones suspended, without pay. Why dont they go fight real crime?

  • Anonymous posted at 9:14 am on Wed, Sep 26, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    My bet is that the Sheriff deputy over-stepped his authority. These local thugs don't like anyone telling them that they may be doing something improper, they act like they know it all.

    A lawyer questioning the integrity, methods and knowledge of a cop on the side of the road - that is a recipe for disaster.

  • Anonymous posted at 7:34 am on Wed, Sep 26, 2012.

    Anonymous Posts: 128078

    Do you think the DA would put his employee on suspension if the Sheriff's Office mishandled this?

    -Give me a break

  • Puggy Moity posted at 8:20 pm on Tue, Sep 25, 2012.

    Puggy Moity Posts: 33

    First of all, the DA was not arrested. It was a prosecuter in his office. 2nd of all, who is to say the prosecuter broke any laws? Maybe the sheriffs office need to be looked into as to how they handled the situation and used thier law enforcement powers,


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