State Police Officer Allowed to Drive Drunk

Kevin D. Wackley a Pennsylvania State Police officer was found to be drunk on duty on July 12, 2012. He had an encounter with a local police chief, presumably on some matter of police business, and all the chief did was call his supervisor. They later tracked him down and detained him to get a blood test and he was mailed a summons. The chief should have arrested him on the spot and had him tested - that's what they would have done with you or me. Instead they let him go on his way (he was tested later in the day at .182 so you can imagine how much higher it was when the chief spoke to him). Frankly, I think the chief should be arrested for dereliction of duty as he let a drunk individual drive around who could have injured others. But this is the game. One set of rules for us and another set for those who would rule us!

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Marine Veteran Brandon Raub Sentenced To Up To 30 Days In Psych Ward Over Facebook Posts

This Marine who honorable served his country was fighting for something in Afganistan.  Perhaps he was not fighting for what he thought he was.

Marine Veteran Brandon Raub was detained in connection with Facebook posts critical of the government is being held in a psychiatric ward, Peter Bacqu√© of the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.

"I'm currently in John Randolph in the psychiatric ward being held against my will," Brandon Raub, 26, said in a telephone interview with the Times-Dispatch. "They were concerned about me calling for the arrest of government officials."

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