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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - random mom murdered in front of kids

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E10 wrote: Fri Mar 01, 2024 8:42 pm I wonder if it was Bud Light.
The latest numbers are in. The estimate now is that deciding to use transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney to promote Bud Light has cost Budweiser as much as $1.4 billion in sales. That right there ain't chicken feed. :shock:

https://www.abc12.com/news/business/bud ... 459ad.html

I had to finally look up how long beer lasts before going bad...and there was no good answer. Evidently it's years to decades depending on the type of beer, what container it's in, and how it's stored. The best article I found about it, for any who are interested, is one from a year ago at EatingWell.com.
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philip964 wrote: Fri Mar 01, 2024 10:23 pm https://abc13.com/david-mann-out-of-jai ... /14481132/

Panhandler terrorizing drivers stuck in traffic by busting car windows with crow bar gets released with out bond.
On Wednesday, Harris County Criminal Court hearing officer Courtney St. Julian signed off on a $2,500 personal recognizance bond.... In Mann's case, this included appearing for all scheduled court appearances. But Mann wasn't at his scheduled 9 a.m. hearing on Thursday....

ABC13 called and texted St. Julian to ask why she approved a personal recognizance bond for Mann, who was previously listed as an out-of-state fugitive in 2021.
Just perfect. The border crisis, 19.2% inflation over just 3 years, and all crime everywhere is obviously Trump's fault. Liberal DAs and judges have no responsibility or accountability for the lawlessness in the streets. How exactly did Harris County Criminal Court hearing officer Courtney St. Julian decide that someone already on the books as an out-of-state felon and who was panhandling for change at street corners with the enticement of a crowbar and smashed car windows was perfectly good for a $2,500 personal recognizance bond?

Idiots.
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - random mom murdered in front of kids

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Rafe wrote: Sat Mar 02, 2024 7:53 am
philip964 wrote: Fri Mar 01, 2024 10:23 pm https://abc13.com/david-mann-out-of-jai ... /14481132/

Panhandler terrorizing drivers stuck in traffic by busting car windows with crow bar gets released with out bond.
On Wednesday, Harris County Criminal Court hearing officer Courtney St. Julian signed off on a $2,500 personal recognizance bond.... In Mann's case, this included appearing for all scheduled court appearances. But Mann wasn't at his scheduled 9 a.m. hearing on Thursday....

ABC13 called and texted St. Julian to ask why she approved a personal recognizance bond for Mann, who was previously listed as an out-of-state fugitive in 2021.
Just perfect. The border crisis, 19.2% inflation over just 3 years, and all crime everywhere is obviously Trump's fault. Liberal DAs and judges have no responsibility or accountability for the lawlessness in the streets. How exactly did Harris County Criminal Court hearing officer Courtney St. Julian decide that someone already on the books as an out-of-state felon and who was panhandling for change at street corners with the enticement of a crowbar and smashed car windows was perfectly good for a $2,500 personal recognizance bond?

Idiots.
But does this guy with a crow bar rise to deadly force? Judges may be endangering criminals lives by letting them out.

https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... ghborhood/

Three masked armed men shoot two different neighbors in late night crime spree. Robbed family getting out of car after grocery shopping.

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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - random mom murdered in front of kids

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Remember that you get whatcha vote for...now live with it....

Incumbent Houston District Attorney Kim Ogg lost her Democratic primary to former subordinate Sean Teare. Ogg's election in 2016 made her the first democratic DA elected in Houston in nearly 40 years.

Teare worked as the division supervisor for the Vehicular Crimes Division of the DA's office before leaving in February to run against her. He received the backing of one of Houston's most powerful political figures, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo.

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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - random mom murdered in front of kids

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cherokeepilot wrote: Wed Mar 06, 2024 2:24 am Remember that you get whatcha vote for...now live with it....

Incumbent Houston District Attorney Kim Ogg lost her Democratic primary to former subordinate Sean Teare. Ogg's election in 2016 made her the first democratic DA elected in Houston in nearly 40 years.

Teare worked as the division supervisor for the Vehicular Crimes Division of the DA's office before leaving in February to run against her. He received the backing of one of Houston's most powerful political figures, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo.

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Teare is Soros funded and clearly outspent anyone other campaign for any position in Harris County in this primary. I give it a 0.01% chance that a Republican challenger can win in November. I beat my head against the nearest wall when Ogg won in 2016, but Teare will be even worse. Hard-line liberal who bends the knee to George Soros "progressiveness." If we think things in the county regarding criminal prosecution are bad now, it's gonna get worse if/when Teare wins.
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - random mom murdered in front of kids

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Rafe wrote: Thu Mar 07, 2024 10:15 am
cherokeepilot wrote: Wed Mar 06, 2024 2:24 am Remember that you get whatcha vote for...now live with it....

Incumbent Houston District Attorney Kim Ogg lost her Democratic primary to former subordinate Sean Teare. Ogg's election in 2016 made her the first democratic DA elected in Houston in nearly 40 years.

Teare worked as the division supervisor for the Vehicular Crimes Division of the DA's office before leaving in February to run against her. He received the backing of one of Houston's most powerful political figures, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo.

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Teare is Soros funded and clearly outspent anyone other campaign for any position in Harris County in this primary. I give it a 0.01% chance that a Republican challenger can win in November. I beat my head against the nearest wall when Ogg won in 2016, but Teare will be even worse. Hard-line liberal who bends the knee to George Soros "progressiveness." If we think things in the county regarding criminal prosecution are bad now, it's gonna get worse if/when Teare wins.
Houston had escaped the bad DA’s like LA, Chicago and NewYork. Ogg did a good job, now she has been thrown out by a Soros supported someone who accused her of being a Republican for criticizing judges who let everyone out with no bail.

https://www.houstonpress.com/news/kim-o ... e-17615629

She lost big. And now we find out, they wouldn’t let Ogg vote on Election Day, because she had already voted in early voting. Sure glad all those election snafus were fixed from the last election, like running out of blank ballot paper at all the polling places in conservative areas in Houston in 2022.
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Sad news, Soros switches from one DA to a worse one.

Good time to vote Republican for DA.
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - Rapper murder capital of America

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https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... ston-area/

Houston - Rapper murder capital of the world.
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philip964 wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 9:27 pm https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... ston-area/

Houston - Rapper murder capital of the world.
Many of us remember exactly where we were when Migos rapper Takeoff was shot and killed in downtown Houston during the holiday season in 2022.

The thought of such a major celebrity taking their last breath so close to home was nothing short of bone-chilling, coupled with the horrific videos that surfaced afterward.
Er... Who?
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Rafe wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:03 pm
philip964 wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 9:27 pm https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... ston-area/

Houston - Rapper murder capital of the world.
Many of us remember exactly where we were when Migos rapper Takeoff was shot and killed in downtown Houston during the holiday season in 2022.

The thought of such a major celebrity taking their last breath so close to home was nothing short of bone-chilling, coupled with the horrific videos that surfaced afterward.
Er... Who?
Exactly.
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The Annoyed Man wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:21 pm
Rafe wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 2:03 pm
philip964 wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 9:27 pm https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... ston-area/

Houston - Rapper murder capital of the world.
Many of us remember exactly where we were when Migos rapper Takeoff was shot and killed in downtown Houston during the holiday season in 2022.

The thought of such a major celebrity taking their last breath so close to home was nothing short of bone-chilling, coupled with the horrific videos that surfaced afterward.
Er... Who?
Exactly.
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston - Bystander kills fake robber

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https://nypost.com/2024/04/09/us-news/t ... sa-scheme/

Bystander stopping a robbery from couple buying gas at a convenience store, shoots and kills the robber. Apparently the robbery was a fake robbery that was staged as a scheme to get a Visas to the US. Witnesses and victims are apparently given US Visas so they can appear as witnesses to a crime.

The guy apparently had been doing this scheme for some time, but this time, a bystander seeing the apparent crime, stepped up and killed him.
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston- clerk dead over bag of chips

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puma guy wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 11:53 am
philip964 wrote: Mon Jan 22, 2024 2:41 pm https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 309110007/

Two teens arrested for murder of clerk over a bag of potato chips.

Clerk followed the robbers in his car, then they started shooting.

https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... -of-chips/

Quannel X is involved as he was with the teens when they turned themselves in.

They are saying it was self defense. Did clerk use car as an offensive weapon? Or they were just in fear of their lives because they were being followed by a man in a car?
Quanell says it's self defense. That defense line is about as lame as lawyer Allen Tanner's 'Rap defense' for the murder of state trooper Bill Davidson in 1992 by a thug whose name I refuse to include. Tanner's ridiculous use of rap music being the inspiration for murder was a failure and the murderer was finally executed October 6, 2005. I hope these thugs get the same sentence.
17-year-old not indicted on murder charge stemming from stolen chips in Humble
https://abc13.com/mario-young-not-indic ... /14690278/
A 17-year-old charged with murdering a store clerk is a free person after a Harris County grand jury chose not to indict him on Tuesday.

Mario Young was charged in the shooting death of Humble store clerk Asif Maknojia during a dispute that started with a stolen bag of chips....

"These young men were not guilty of anything other than trying to protect themselves at a time when they thought something was going to happen to them," Lott Brooks [Young's attorney] said.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't an individual have to be at least 18 years old to to possess and transport a handgun in Texas? And while there is an allowance for licensed carry for individuals 18 through 20, didn't HB1927 made it legal in Texas for qualifying people 21 or over to carry a handgun in a holster without a permit both openly and/or concealed?

So the 17-year-old wearing a hoody with the hood up to hide his face from store cameras and carrying a gun illegally while shoplifting was just a saint doing Peace Corps work and he is "not guilty of anything other than trying to protect himself at a time when he thought something was going to happen to him"?

The poor baby. His mother said, "He's physically and mentally depressed, he's stressed, and he's going to need some counseling."
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston- clerk dead over bag of chips

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Rafe wrote: Fri Apr 19, 2024 12:59 pm
puma guy wrote: Tue Jan 23, 2024 11:53 am
philip964 wrote: Mon Jan 22, 2024 2:41 pm https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 309110007/

Two teens arrested for murder of clerk over a bag of potato chips.

Clerk followed the robbers in his car, then they started shooting.

https://www.click2houston.com/news/loca ... -of-chips/

Quannel X is involved as he was with the teens when they turned themselves in.

They are saying it was self defense. Did clerk use car as an offensive weapon? Or they were just in fear of their lives because they were being followed by a man in a car?
Quanell says it's self defense. That defense line is about as lame as lawyer Allen Tanner's 'Rap defense' for the murder of state trooper Bill Davidson in 1992 by a thug whose name I refuse to include. Tanner's ridiculous use of rap music being the inspiration for murder was a failure and the murderer was finally executed October 6, 2005. I hope these thugs get the same sentence.
17-year-old not indicted on murder charge stemming from stolen chips in Humble
https://abc13.com/mario-young-not-indic ... /14690278/
A 17-year-old charged with murdering a store clerk is a free person after a Harris County grand jury chose not to indict him on Tuesday.

Mario Young was charged in the shooting death of Humble store clerk Asif Maknojia during a dispute that started with a stolen bag of chips....

"These young men were not guilty of anything other than trying to protect themselves at a time when they thought something was going to happen to them," Lott Brooks [Young's attorney] said.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't an individual have to be at least 18 years old to to possess and transport a handgun in Texas? And while there is an allowance for licensed carry for individuals 18 through 20, didn't HB1927 made it legal in Texas for qualifying people 21 or over to carry a handgun in a holster without a permit both openly and/or concealed?

So the 17-year-old wearing a hoody with the hood up to hide his face from store cameras and carrying a gun illegally while shoplifting was just a saint doing Peace Corps work and he is "not guilty of anything other than trying to protect himself at a time when he thought something was going to happen to him"?

The poor baby. His mother said, "He's physically and mentally depressed, he's stressed, and he's going to need some counseling."
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