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Task Force Reaches Over State Lines to Grab Offenders

Violent Fugitives Have Fewer Places to Run To

November 3, 2013

WHEELING — In the past, those on the run from law enforcement in the Ohio Valley could help their chances of evading capture by crossing the Ohio River, but now, the Mountain State Fugitive Task......

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Nov-04-13 7:36 AM

We, the people, are the #1 target of law enforcement. Thanks to, yes, Bush, Americans are now the most arrested citizens in the world. Good job this weekend boys..I see several obstructing arrests made..did you get to use your tank or non lethal weapon?

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Nov-04-13 4:58 AM

The PIGS rarely work well together prefering to "root hog" on their own. However, now that the name of the game is seek funds and limit rights they seem to be working and playing better together. Freedom is just another word for the government has yet to get you. Be patient.....

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Nov-03-13 10:47 PM

It's only been 30 years or so since our country was a beacon of freedom for the whole world. Since then, we have become one of the most controlled, monitored, and restricted societies in the civilized world with an ever increasing array of restrictive laws and reductions of individual rights.

If you were to remove the horrible ethnic cleansings imposed by the Nazis from consideration, the average German citizen in Nazi Germany was probably less restricted personally than is today's average citizen here. When a 20 year old with a beer who is well behaved is treated like a common criminal, and somebody 50 feet from the nearest building with a cigarette faces fines the situation speaks for itself.

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Nov-03-13 8:31 AM

All in the fight against terrorism!!!

"The Center for Investigative Reporting found in a 2011 investigation that since 2001, DHS has given out more than $34 billion in grants to police departments across the country, many of which have been used to purchase military-grade guns, tanks, armor, and armored personnel carriers. The grants have gone to such unlikely terrorism targets as Fargo, N.D.; Canyon County, Idaho; and Tuscaloosa, Ala."

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Nov-03-13 8:19 AM

how about you boys head to DC.?

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Nov-03-13 6:34 AM

!,500 violent fugitives arrested, "10-15 weapons seized". Sounds like these "violent fugitives" aren't as well armed as the average meeting of the Elks Club.

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Nov-03-13 4:54 AM

More toys for the Police State USA.

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