I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Fwd: Man Self Immolates in Protest of Courts, Federal Government and the Death of The Rule of Law

First of all, I think this guy made the wrong decision. However, from what is listed here as his reasoning I can sympathise. The "Second Set of Books" fucks people over every day and something NEEDS to be done about it. Lighting yourself on fire and truly leaving your children fatherless is not it. Does this country need another revolution? Maybe. Let me know what you think. Click on the title right below to read the whole article.

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Man Self Immolates in Protest of Courts, Federal Government and the Death of The Rule of Law

Tom Ball of New Hampshire set himself on fire in front of a Cheshire County family courthouse on Wednesday. The story has received very little attention from the mainstream media, likely because Ball provided the reasons and justifications for his act in a 15 page letter to the New Hampshire Sentinel just prior to his death, in which he unleashed a tirade against the US court system, police, child protective services, the US justice system and its arrest policies, and the Federal government.

From what we are able to gather, his ordeal began in 2001 with what he claims was an accidental injury caused to one of his children when the child was misbehaving. Ball reportedly slapped the child after having warned her thrice and she ended up with a cut lip. The child was not permanently or severely harmed, but the mother called police at the (forced) urging of a mental health practitioner and the state got involved. Ball was eventually found not guilty, but the story doesn't end there.

Among other things, Ball attempts to explain in his letter what happened that night, and the events that followed for the last ten years, finally leading him to self immolation.

By some he will be referred to as a domestic terrorist for his calls of violence, by others as a revolutionary for his actions and call to arms, others still will dismiss him as a head case. This is, however, an important event and the people, as well as government and their agencies, should take notice.

Some excerpts from his letter to the Sentinel:

There are two kinds of bureaucrats you need to know; the ones that say and the ones that do. The bridge between them is something I call The Second Set of Books. I have some figures of the success of their labors. You and I are in these numbers, as well as our spouses and children. But first let me tell you how I ended up in this rabbit hole.

My story starts with the infamous slapping incident of April 2001. While putting my four year old daughter to bed, she began licking my hand. After giving her three verbal warnings I slapped her. She got a cut lip. My wife asked me to leave to calm things down.

When I returned hours later, my wife said the police were by and said I could not stay there that night. The next day the police came by my work and arrested me, booked me, and then returned me to work. Later on Peter, the parts manager, asked me if I and the old lady would be able to work this out. I told him no. I could not figure out why she had called the police. And bail condition prevented me from asking her. So I no longer trusted her judgment.

After six months of me not lifting a finger to save this marriage, she filed for divorce. Almost two years after the incident, I was talking with her on the p...

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Beef Jerky Treat Lands Man In Jail For Theft, Drug Charges

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Beef Jerky Treat Lands Man In Jail For Theft, Drug Charges

UPD Suspect, Anthony Fogg, Age 53UPD Suspect, Anthony Fogg, Age 53

Utica, NY (WIBX) - Police arrested a suspect following a theft at Family Dollar on Oriskany Street in Utica. Officials say 53-year-old Anthony Fogg allegedly stole eight bags of beef jerky from the store. Fogg was also found to be in possession of a controlled substance while being taken into custody. Police charged Fogg with Petit Larceny, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of a Controlled Substance not in its original container.