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Erin Adres from ESPN – FREAKS OUT AND CALLS POLICE

In a recent 911 call made by ESPN reporter Erin Andres, before even saying her name,  says “I’ve been in the news recently about being in a hotel naked.” She goes on to say, “I did nothing wrong and I’m being treated like f***ing Britney Spears and it sucks.”

Erin Andrews —became a HOTcommodity on You Tube when videos of her nude in her hotel room were posted.  Since then she has become a little jumpy, and who can blame her!  The videos that were apparently made in at-least two different hotel rooms, shows her walking around and doing daily tasks such as ironing her cloths.  Thank God she didn’t whoop out a tension relieving device!  Don’t bother looking for the videos, they have been removed as has her sense or security and dignity. 

TMZ has obtained the foul-mouthed 911 call made when ESPN reporter Erin Andrews spotted “suspicious people” lurking around her Georgia home last week.

When the police arrived they found that the people lurking around her home weren’t peeping toms but rather reporters looking for an interview.   Not that there is a lot of difference and who’s to say that the people filming the skin flicks weren’t reporters.

I just hope that poor Britney doesn’t take offense to the reporters comments….

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July 29, 2009 Posted by | Celebrity Gossip, Funny, Sexy | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Obama – OPENS MOUTH INSERTS FOOT

OK, people you voted for him now we all have to deal with it for the next 4 years….  Obama showed all through his Presidential campaign his willingness to use both blacks and whites to reach his goal of becoming President of The United States and then toss them aside.  Now he is starting to show his TRUE colors, and they’re NOT RED, WHITE or BLUE!

NATICK, Mass. – A white police sergeant who arrested renowned black scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. said Thursday he is disappointed President Barack Obama said officers acted “stupidly,” despite acknowledging he didn’t know all the facts.

Sgt. James Crowley responded to Gates’ home near Harvard University last week to investigate a report of a burglary and demanded Gates show him identification. Police say Gates at first refused and accused the officer of racism.

Gates was charged with disorderly conduct. The charge was dropped Tuesday for some reason, and Gates has since demanded an apology from Crowley.  Sgt. Crowley refuses to apologize and says that he will not in the future.


Obama was asked about the arrest of Gates, who is his friend, at the end of a nationally televised news conference on health care Wednesday night.

“I think it’s fair to say, number one, any of us would be pretty angry,” Obama said. “Number two, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home. And number three — what I think we know separate and apart from this incident — is that there is a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately, and that’s just a fact.”

 

In radio interviews Thursday morning, Crowley maintained he had done nothing wrong in arresting Gates.

“I support the president of the United States 110 percent. I think he was way off base wading into a local issue without knowing all the facts as he himself stated before he made that comment,” Crowley told WBZ-AM. “I guess a friend of mine would support my position, too.”

Crowley did not immediately respond to messages left by The Associated Press on Thursday.

Gates has said he was “outraged” by the arrest. He said the white officer walked into his home without his permission and only arrested him as the professor followed him to the porch, repeatedly demanding the sergeant’s name and badge number because he was unhappy over his treatment.

“This isn’t about me; this is about the vulnerability of black men in America,” Gates said.

He said the incident made him realize how vulnerable poor people and minorities are “to capricious forces like a rogue policeman, and this man clearly was a rogue policeman.”

Crowley, 42, said he won’t apologize. And his union has expressed “full and unqualified” support for him.

On Thursday, he told WBZ that Gates verbally assailed him. The police report says Crowley asked Gates to talk outside, to which he responded “Yeah, I’ll speak with your mama outside.”

“There was a lot of yelling, there was references to my mother, something you wouldn’t expect from anybody that should be grateful that you’re there investigating a report of a crime in progress let alone a Harvard University professor,” Crowley said Thursday.

Fellow officers, black and white, say he is well-liked and respected on the force. Crowley was a campus police officer at Brandeis University in July 1993 when he administered CPR trying to save the life of former Boston Celtics player Reggie Lewis. Lewis, who was black, collapsed and died during an off-season workout.

Gates’ supporters maintain his arrest was a case of racial profiling. Officers were called to the home by a woman who said she saw “two black males with backpacks” trying to break in the front door. Gates has said he arrived home from an overseas trip and the door was jammed.

The president said federal officials need to continue working with local law enforcement “to improve policing techniques so that we’re eliminating potential bias.”

How is this being bias?  Gates’s own neighbor, who I would think would have recognized him, called in the report.  Gates refused to comply by not showing his identification when asked and then verbally assaulted the officer with slurs about his mother!  If this had been a white man he also would have been arrested.  So once again, how is this being bias?

“What I think we know separate and apart from this incident is that there’s a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately,” Obama said. “That’s just a fact.”

Gov. Deval Patrick, who is black, said he was troubled and upset over the incident. Cambridge Mayor Denise Simmons, who also is black, has said she spoke with Gates and apologized on behalf of the city, and a statement from the city called the July 16 incident “regrettable and unfortunate.”

The mayor refused Thursday to comment on the president’s remarks.

Police supporters charge that Gates, director of Harvard’s W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research, was responsible for his own arrest by overreacting.

Black students and professors at Harvard have complained for years about racial profiling by Cambridge and campus police. Harvard commissioned an independent committee last year to examine the university’s race relations after campus police confronted a young black man who was using tools to remove a bike lock. The man worked at Harvard and owned the bike.

Richard Weinblatt, director of the Institute for Public Safety at Central Ohio Technical College, said the police sergeant was responsible for defusing the situation once he realized Gates was the lawful occupant. It is not against the law to yell at police, especially in a home, as long as that behavior does not affect an investigation, he said.

“That is part of being a police officerin a democratic society,” Weinblatt said. “The point is that the police sergeant needs to be the bigger person, take the higher road, be more professional.”

July 24, 2009 Posted by | Celebrity Gossip, Controversial Topics, Political, Politically Correct, Racial | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

14 Year Old Girl Tasered in The Head by Police

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News from Albuquerque reports that a 14-year-old girl, Kyley Martinez,  was Tasered by Police Chief, Roger Hatcher which enatvertinatleystruck the girls head, penetrated her skull and then struck her brain.

Stacy Akin and her 14-year-old daughter, Kyley,  were arguing Thursday over a cell phone in front of the Tucumcari Police Department.  The mother had driven the girl to the Police Department seeking help after finding  inappropriate text messages and pictures on her daughters phone she had been sending to older-men.<img style=”margin: 5px 3px; border: black 10px solid;” title=”head” src=”http://www.chattertonguegossip.com/wp-content/uploads/head.bmp” alt=”head” />

The argument that ensued in the front of the Police  Headquarters resulted in the 14-year-old running      from the scene.

The 14-year-old, Kyley was later spotted at a park by Police Chief Roger Hatcher.  Hatcher stated that when he got out of his vehicle and called to the girl she ran.  Hatcher said he tried to catch the girl on foot but was unable to catch up to the fleeing 14-year-old.  He says he believed that he had no other choice but to fire a Taser dart at the girl.

Kiley Martinez says that she heard the officer call to her but decided to walk away.  When she saw him pull his Taser, she became frightened and ran…

The parents are outraged and are questioning whether excessive force was used by Police Chief Hatcher.

Hatcher is currently on administrative leave pending the outcome of the ongoing investigation.

I personally feel a mix of emotions over this incident.  I know that a  more questions must be asked before determining whether the amount of force used by the Police Chief was excessive or not.

Of course I’m outraged at the thought of any 14-year-old being Tasered.  But did the officer keep the girl away from an even larger threat?  Remember, the girl was sending texts and inappropriate pictures to older-men.  Could she have been waiting for one of these men to come retrieve her from the park?  Did the officers actions, although seemingly extreme, keep the teenager from being raped, killed and her body dumped in some ravine?

It also concerns me that she was so willing to disregard direction given to her by an officer of the Law.  Did she think that the Taser was a gun, a deadly weapon, and therefore that is why she ran?

What do you think?  Was the force the officer used excessive?  Click on the Title of this article located at the top of the page and leave your opinions….

July 21, 2009 Posted by | Controversial Topics, Family, Family Interests, Health | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Doughnut Police

“Cops & Doughnuts” is more than a punchline. It’s now a bakery in Clare, Michigan.  It is owned by nine full-time employees of the Clare Police Department. 

The newly renamed bakery opened Wednesday, offering doughnuts, cookies, muffins, brownies and bread. It also has mugs and T-shirts bearing the “Cops & Doughnuts, 100 Percent Cop-Owned” logo, and phrases including “You Have the Right to Remain Glazed” and “Handcuffs and Cream Puffs.”  I wonder if they will carry “Pigs in Blankets”?

Officer Al White says the officers were concerned when the Clare City Bakery’s owners decided to throw in the towel. The 113-year-old bakery would have become the sixth empty storefront in Clare’s three-block downtown.

The officers were on hand for the grand reopening but have hired a manager and will employ local students as staff.

I see a future porn movie in here somewhere!

July 5, 2009 Posted by | Food, Funny | , , , , , | 8 Comments