Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Ex-Greece Cop Denied Parole

  
Nick Joseph's next opportunity for parole won't come until 2014.

Merritt Rahn's next parole hearing is in November of this year.

Gary Pignato's next hearing is in March of 2013.

Who Drove Me Home???

SCATS ~~ Who gets out first? Eenie, meenie, miney, moe ... which ex-cop will be let go?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...
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SCATS said...

BLOG Administration deleted the previous comment & reposted it below minus a ridiculous and unfounded insuation about a named individual.

Anonymous said...
... hey why no chatter on the female bus driver, that decided not to press charges, that was hit (by hand) by a student's grandfather after a drop off in the area of Haviland today.

2/01/2012 10:10 PM

SCATS said...

To 10:10PM ~~ I hadn't heard about the incident until you brought it up. I think the media is all in Leroy these days ;)

Anonymous said...

LeRoy is all Jello's fault, unless it's the railroad's fault, unless it was something in the food served in the diner, and don't anybody dare ask what drugs the little darlings were dropping or smoking.

Brocovich and her band of boobs have arrived, and right after they turn it into a circus and get a script written no progress will be made.

Nick Joseph didn't get a fair hearing from the Parole Board. They completely neglectde to take into consideration how many people are suffering because Nick ain't out to sell them a bad Italian sausage with rottin peppers or train them to be armed security guards.

Nick and Merit along with Piglet are getting screwed over for political reasons.
I always did want to write fiction.

SCATS said...

To the wisearse who wants to set the rules for how this BLOG is edited ~~ If you don't like how things are handled here, sorry. You can chose to live with it, BLOG elsewhere or get your own BLOG to control.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, blame the teachers for the test scores...not the role model family members that smack people around in front of the students on a bus, teach their kids it is ok to push/hit someone back if they bother you (MLK would not agree) and that it is not a big deal to get suspended. Also that sports and clubs after school are more important than homework. I could go on...thank goodness for the parents (fewer and fewer unfortunately) who DO care and their kids who come in and really WANT to learn and do their BEST. Also thanks to the parents who actually take their kids places such as museums, art galleries, and cities of history such as Boston or Jamestown. It makes it an absolute pleasure to teach students who have background knowledge and have parents who have fostered a love and desire for learning as much as their brains can possibly soak in. Not passing the buck here, just sharing the wealth...USUALLY concerned parents have the students who are well behaved and care about school. The others, well, I have said enough. Off to work almost two hours early, because despite this blog and people who put all the blame on us teachers, I still do LOVE what I do every day!

SCATS said...

To 7:14AM ~~ While attempting to promote yourself and your colleagues, you wrote & posted about a topic on another thread. As I've said many times, teachers take NO responsibility whatsoever in the educational outcomes they oversee, yet seek applause for what they do. If you can't take the bad with the good, you sacrifice the good ;)

BALANCE is the key ingredient to being functional.

Anonymous said...

not surprised cant wait to read the parole transcript if someone can get a hold of it rumor has it he has not been a model inmate

SCATS said...

To the online shrink ~~ Your "guesses" aren't anywhere near my reality. Of course I think about potential pitfalls. I completely disagree with your assessment about what they were in this particular case. It's quite apparent that YOU can't accept that you were over-the-line with what you wrote and how others might interpret it. REQUEST DENIED. Have a good day ;)