Prison Inmates

Nick on January 11th, 2013

On Wednesday, police in Brevard County, Florida arrested a prison escapee from Delaware after an hours long standoff. Police said 40 year old Kenneth Wood pulled at least two armed robberies on his way south, stole a car, and eluded police after a high speed chase. He was found at the home of relatives who […]

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Nick Russell on April 9th, 2011

On a television news broadcast out of Phoenix a few days ago, an immigration activist was complaining about the fact that illegal aliens (oh, I’m sorry, undocumented immigrants) who are being held in federal custody are called detainees. Apparently, that term has a negative connotation and is demeaning. According to her, illegal aliens should be […]

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Nick Russell on December 23rd, 2010

Last week, the news here in Florida was full of the story of a man who pulled a gun at a Panama City school board meeting and threatened several members of the board before the school’s security chief, Mike Jones, shot him. Jones’ bullets knocked the aggressor to the floor, where he then took his […]

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