Sluggo

Cedar Lake, In

  1. Mr Kiesling I should assume that you believe no one that commits a crime can pay his/her debt to society and ever recover from their mistake? That's sad. Some people, cops included make a bad decision in life and are forever branded. Many people have a moment of lax judgement and move on from it, returning to the same great citizen they were. We must remember the entire incident. The feds spent tens of thousands of dollars investigating the task force consisting of many fine police officers. They gave immunity to the truely bad cop that was tied to gangs, who were stealing bullet proof vests & guns from cops. All the feds came away with was a misdemeaner crime of stealing a coat from a drug dealer. The real criminal of major felonies, they let go!! Yes, what Officer Davies did was wrong and he admitted to it, taking his punishment. The real story should be to his credit for picking himself up and moving forward in a credible manner.
    August 13, 2012 3:30 am on MARK KIESLING: Does convicted cop deserve state's top award?
  2. You are on target again Doug, Then again, why rebuild a bridge that should have lasted. And it would have, if it received regular inspections from INDOT, like they were charged to do. By the time they inspected our bridges, they are in need of closing and major repairs. Rather than keeping up with the minor fixes over the years. But hey, lets not talk about that.
    June 27, 2012 1:17 pm on Why pay to build bridge, then pay to cross it?
  3. You would think he was from Lake County. Appoint the Board, that in turn appoints you to a $500,000+ job, of which he has no experience in. Hmmm........
    June 27, 2012 1:12 pm on EDITORIAL: Gov. Daniels prepares to Boiler Up

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Southern Baptist

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"It Is What It Is"

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