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donnyraindog
Grass shack nailed to a pinewood floor
11:13 AM on 07/11/2012
"It scared the mess out of me" she told reporters I like that phrase !
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Ken Koziol
11:08 AM on 07/11/2012
The woman should have had a gun and shot him.
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jla1125
11:00 AM on 07/11/2012
He's lucky he just got "fired" and not "fired at"
10:50 AM on 07/11/2012
He should thank his "lucky stars" that he is ALIVE to have simply gotten "fired"
from his job.......

Some of us are "armed"......and would NOT hesitate to shoot an "unknown"
standing in my bedroom NOT invited........

And certainly wouldn't feel any remorse over it either.
10:39 AM on 07/11/2012
Guess he just wanted to make sure the bushes weren't overgrown either !
10:28 AM on 07/11/2012
Oh, come on. It isn't often that a public employee is so dedicated!
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Eric Graff
All LIBERAL ALL THE LIBERAL TIME
10:16 AM on 07/11/2012
red state law RIGHT into your bedroom! AGAIN
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cobraxus
Defend The Innocent_Protect The Weak
01:04 PM on 07/11/2012
I guess he didn't have time to perform a trans-vaginal ultrasound.maybe next time.
09:44 AM on 07/11/2012
He sounds like the Zimmerman of lawn patrol. May have a future with the TSA.
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brooktarheel
was lib, then con, now indie
10:58 AM on 07/11/2012
Love it! Fanned and faved!
09:40 AM on 07/11/2012
He could have taped that violation on the outside of the front door. What he did is called "breaking and entering," which is against the law and should be treated as such in this circumstance.
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brooktarheel
was lib, then con, now indie
11:08 AM on 07/11/2012
That's what I say! Being a public official should not excuse his criminal behavior. They should be held to an even higher legal standard. Prosecute the SOB! Let this be a lesson to all future over-zealous "code enforcement officers" and other public officials who step over the line into criminal behavior. You let him get away with breaking and entering just because he is a public official, others are sure to follow. Are we the people no longer to be safe in our own homes from unwarranted and unauthorized intrusion by government officials? Heck NO! What the man did is a crime! It should be treated as such!
10:37 PM on 07/11/2012
well said
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Ray Russelburg
08:31 AM on 07/11/2012
Good. He deserves to lose his job. Some people can't handle the authority they are granted and soon start abusing it and start to think they are above the law.
09:32 AM on 07/11/2012
You are spot on Ray!!!
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brooktarheel
was lib, then con, now indie
11:10 AM on 07/11/2012
He also deserves to be arrested and prosecuted for breaking and entering. He HAD to know that what he did was not just wrong. It was ILLEGAL!
12:03 PM on 07/11/2012
That would involve police work and we all know that wont happen.If it doesnt involve donuts they are not to concerned.
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jla1125
03:54 PM on 07/11/2012
When he was first confronted by his supervisor about it, he claimed that he never entered the house at all. It wasn't until after he was aware it was caught on camera that he changed his story. So, yes, he clearly knew it was wrong.