Screw that ....... I refuse to avoid ANY topic like some prepubescent girl with eyes clenched and hands over ears pretending not to sense the reality within which I am immersed. Shut this thread down out of decency? You have got to be kidding me. This was not some cop who had a few beers after work and got grabbed for OUI. Hundreds and hundreds of major drug cases were compromised, cases that real troopers risked their lives to make. Your "tragic" sentiment implies happenstance as does that cop-out heard in court a thousand times a day "what drugs can do". Great and promising career? Please. Decisions were made here. Decisions have consequences.HousingCop";p="64702 said:Well the trial has been on the news and in the paper for over a week and nobody had wriiten a thread on it, YET. You would think that SPD3 might have known better than to pick the scab and insert an object into the festering sore, which the trial has become. There will be no winners here, especially those who are left to clean up the mess after the trial is over.
It's a tragedy for all involved, no doubt about it. It's just a harsh reminder of what drugs can do to an otherwise great and promising career. It's like watching a train wreck happening right in front of your eyes. Can somebody have the decency to shut this thread down?
I believe they have the same last name too...unless the Herald (as read in Saturday's edition) was referring to someone other than the GF.Irish Wampanoag";p="64726 said:Is it me or does the girlfriend look almost identical to the wife?????
Nope, both the wife and GF have the same last name. The Herald usually throws in the no relation line in the story.frank";p="64748 said: