Posts Tagged ‘prison’

You don’t stab someone 92 times out of PTSD and depression.  You stab someone 92 times because you are crazier than a sh*thouse rat and need to be locked up forever, not just 30 years.

More later as the day progresses.  Check back later on.

Tonight will be the promised post of the cool idea we’ve decided to call “The [word omitted for exciting literary effect] Alexandria Project.  It will be fun, and I’ll request as many crazy hare-brained peripheral-visionary ideas and thoughts as possible. 

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I loathe prank callers.  That’s why it gives me great pleasure to point you to the article by The Smoking Gun.

Dex of PrankNet gets pwnd.

Here's the little sh*tbag, who still lives with his mommy.

Here's the little sh*tbag, who still lives with his mommy.

What did the little piece of dog excrement do when the Smoking Gun folks effectively had him barricaded in his room?  Ohhhhhh, yeahhhhhh….

Tariq Malik, the 25-year-old founder and leader of Pranknet, decided to call the police.

So what does little weasel-boy do?  Calls the cops.  Great.  Nice.

It was a move that would have chagrined his devoted followers, whose “Dex” is a bombastic, sharp-tongued cop hater.

Hopefully he will get far worse than this:

The increased scrutiny (and TSG’s impending story) have left Malik paranoid. So he has gone on a mole hunt, of sorts, capturing the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of visitors in a bid to somehow sniff out interlopers (New York City residents are immediately suspect since TSG is headquartered in Manhattan). In a post last week, the flustered Pranknet chief notified chat room visitors that phone pranks were not to result in damage, broken glass, etc. So it had come to this: Malik was being forced to deny his own heritage.

He sported a sociopathic outlook according to the article:

Malik was more cocky and carefree when he agreed to a recent TSG interview (back when he was still known to a reporter as only “Dex”). Calling via his beloved Skype, Malik, of course, expressed no remorse for his stunts. Prank targets, he declared, were “responsible for their own actions.” The victims he and his cronies abused and degraded daily were simply “sheep” with “no brains of their own.”

He preyed on the willingness to believe that most people are good people and he also preyed on the fear of others.

A story about [his loss of his home in a] September 2008 blaze appeared in The Windsor Star, which reported that Malik, without a shirt or shoes, fled when he saw smoke billowing from the building. “But the online businessman,” the Star noted, “could not simply watch his home burn without doing something.” Malik told a reporter, “I ran back inside and said, ‘I’ve got to save something. So I grabbed my laptop.” Without that heroic action–screw the family photos and heirlooms–Pranknet was saved from a fiery, if temporary, death. “We need to find a place to live,” Malik told the Star. “I feel displaced, disoriented, borderline lost.”

Even MORE pathetic than preying on good people for your own sick gratification…?  Read on.

Offline friends–if they even exist–are minimal. He is part of that young male subspecies that does not have a job or a girlfriend, passed on college, and spends hours a day playing so-called first-person shooter games like “Counter-Strike,” “Halo,” and “Crossfire.” Malik addresses everyone–including the Pranknet audience itself–as “Dude.” He steals his Wi-Fi. And he’d certainly be living in his mother’s basement if she had one.

Let’s see how he does in prison.


Speaking of weenies…  Politics Daily had this:

Conservative bloggers and opinion leaders Tuesday expressed outrage over the White House’s call for informants to notify it of “disinformation” regarding the health care debate.

From the White House Web site:

“There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end-of-life care. These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain e-mails or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an e-mail or see something on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy, send it to flag@whitehouse.gov.”


Wonder how long until even the libs get weenie-itis?

So much for a most transparent administration.  That didn’t last long, did it?  About 5 minutes, I’d guess.

The Obama administration is refusing to release government records on its “cash-for-clunkers” rebate program that would substantiate—or undercut—White House claims of the program’s success, even as the president presses the Senate for a quick vote for $2 billion to boost car sales.

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JACKSON, Ohio —  Police say an angry 4-year-old Ohio boy grabbed a gun from a closet and shot his baby sitter.

Eighteen-year-old Nathan Beavers was hospitalized Sunday with minor wounds to his arm and side after the shotgun attack. Police say another teen was also injured.

Witnesses told police the child was angry because Beavers accidentally stepped on his foot. Beavers was watching the child at a mobile home in Jackson with several other teenagers and several other children.

Jackson County Sheriff John Shashteen says authorities are investigating. The child has not been charged.

(Source: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,476525,00.html)

What I’m dying to know is whether the issue of charging the kid or not is actually being considered by the authorities or is an example of a reporter with his/her brain turned off.

Honestly now, I have a three year old and six year old.  I’m having a hard time fathoming how either one could be angry and form the intent to grab the shotgun and use it to shoot myself or anyone else.

Anyway, charged and convicted, this kid will be the youngest resident in the Ohio penal system, I’m sure.  I can just see a prison tat with the Wiggles and teardrops and bricks surrounding them.

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Or is it Milquetostes? Can’t recall. Anyway

Inmate paralyzed in escape attempt sues

SCRANTON — An inmate paralyzed in a daring prison escape is suing the warden and other county officials over his post-accident care.

Scott Bolton, 44, was paralyzed from the waist down in October 2003 when he fell about 50 feet from a seventh- floor window.

Bolton, a suspected thief of all-terrain vehicles, and murder suspect Hugo Selenski were trying to escape from the Luzerne County Correctional Facility using a rope made of bed sheets. Bolton was quickly captured after his fall to a lower roof, while Selenski fled but surrendered after a three-day manhunt.

Bolton, now serving an 8-1/2 to 17-1/2-year state sentence, claims in the federal suit filed Wednesday that county prison employees mistreated him afterward. Acting as his own attorney in filing the suit, he cites two instances in which he says he was injured while staff tried to help him shower.

Original Story Here

We had a lot of good movies:

  • Escape from Alcatraz
  • Green Mile
  • Shawshank Redemption
  • The Last Castle

Don’t convicts have any role models anymore? I don’t remember any of them botching the escape quite so badly or later suing because of mistreatment while staff had to shower them. Perhaps they would have benefited from having better parents who could teach them right and wrong and how to behave like a man while in prison.

Aside from that…

Please, for a good laugh, go visit Absolute Moral Authority on this page and look for a graphic captioned “Bastidges”

Embrace your inner retard. I have.

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