Samantha Kurdilla, 22, was caught with drugs in her “coochie” coming back into the U.S. from Mexico.
*There usually isn’t any laws in crime, but there are certain unsaid blasphemous commandments.
And one of them is, “Thou shalt not text the crime you’re committing.”
According to The Smoking Gun, Samantha Kurdilla, 22, was just on a leisurely walk back into the U.S. from Tijuana, Mexico, “arm-in-arm” with what we assume is her partner in crime, James Perry.
Well, once the Border dogs alerted police to a smell emanating from Kurdilla’s “groin area” Perry immediately disassociated himself from her yelling “I’m not with her!”
Daniel G. Redd, Baltimore City police officer caught with drugs.
*It’s no wonder the Attorney General, Eric Holder, wants The Wire to return to television.
Maybe if the corruption of Baltimore’s police was continuously exposed by the show, it would slow up some of the drugs being sold in the city by city officials.
Daniel G. Redd, 41, is a Baltimore police officer that has been suspected of corruption in his department for years. (more…)
*Crack is whack, but alcohol is worse? What’chu talkin’ bout Willis? Somebody is going to have to show more scientific evidence behind this study because nobody is buyin’ it in the hood.
This study was done in London, so there may be some differences between how crack and alcohol are used socially.
The experts overseas weigh the harm of drugs a lot differently than we do. (more…)
*Like Rick James once said, “Cocaine is a hell-of-a-drug.” Well he was right, God rest his music making soul. A professor, probably in Europe, is suggesting that cocaine and heroin should be legal! He claims the legalizing of the drugs would cut down crime and addicts’ health problems.
I’m a fan of trying new things, but this right here just seems ludicrous. The professor, Sir Ian Gilmore, says the government regulation would save money and “avert the need to try to stop drug production in countries such as Afghanistan.”
Oh now we are getting somewhere. He said the magic words… save money and stop Afghanistan. See, we have to be able to read between the lines of all the garble of those lofty professors and high scholars. (more…)