View Full Version : Elderly woman criticized for calling the cops

29-05-2005, 04:46 PM
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LAUGHLIN, NEVADA - An elderly woman who frequents the Harrahs casino in Laughlin is being accused of being a crazed vigilante. On Thursday night she heard gunshots near outside her house in Bullhead City, and when she looked out the window, she saw two Latinos shooting a third Latino. She called the cops, who eventually arrested the two Latinos.

She thought she had done the right thing, but days later she's already regretting the decisions.

"People are labelling me as a vigilante, saying that I'm a crazy old woman who tries to take the law in her own hands," says the woman, who wishes for her name to be kept anonymous. "I don't understand it."

Most of the people who are criticizing the woman are politicians and self-described liberals "who care about the well-being and happiness of all people." Much of the local media has also picked up on the vigilante label.

"The woman's actions are a misguided attempts of vigilantism," says Jose Izquierda, an outspoken criticizer of the woman and a resident of Yuma, Arizona. "She's interfering with the police's job."

When asked why he was labelling the woman as racist, Senor Izquierda simply stated that he is, "merely using the definition that popular figures have given, namely my true president, Vicente Fox, and my technical president, George W. Bush." He also said that many members of the media agree with him, and that both political parties have members who also would agree with the definition.

The woman is not the only person who has called the police after witnessing the crime. Several others are also calling the police whenever they see a criminal doing his work. Some of these people are considering formally joining together and creating and organization of people who call the police whenever a crime is being witnessed. Most of these people were unavailable for comment, but one of them did leave a message saying that the organization would not only help reduce crime by helping the cops, but that it would also bring national attetention to the issue.

In response to the number of people calling the cops whenever a crime is witnessed, the local police have started arresting less people, for fear of proving that calling the cops is actually helpful.

Other groups are calling the woman's actions as racist, since she called the police when she saw two Latinos. One anti-racism activist had this to say: "Notice how it was two Latinos that she called the police on. That makes her racist. She should have called the police on two white people, since they are the only racist that commit crime. And besides, even if Latinos do commit a crime, it is only because of all the hate and racism that they experience in our hateful society. It isn't really their fault."

The elderly woman referred to all the accusations as ridiculous, and refused to comment further.

29-05-2005, 04:57 PM
so hang on....

its the polices job to automatically know about every crime.... and we shouldnt call the police if something happens?

so concern for the community is "taking the law into your own hands"

and whats to say she wouldn't call the cops on two white people? it just happened to be two latinos, she didnt see two shootings, and only report one now did she?

29-05-2005, 05:39 PM
Nothing wrong with that. If I saw the black people upstairs beating the shit out of each other I'd still call the police.

BTW, yay Harrah's, I work at the Harrah's in Kansas.

29-05-2005, 05:40 PM
Met, if you wrote that you should be ashamed, if you stole it of some craphatted website you should send them an email telling them that their writing is terrible. Then cut off your own hands and mail them to a petting zoo so they can do some good.

29-05-2005, 06:31 PM
I wrote it.

I forgot some of the other points I wanted to address though. :(

Anyway, it's fake, but it's a perfect parrellel to the criticisms of the Minuteman Project.

BTW, yay Harrah's, I work at the Harrah's in Kansas.
My uncle used to work at a Harrah's in Mississippi, and then later the one in Laughlin. Not sure why I used it in the article though.

Then cut off your own hands and mail them to a petting zoo so they can do some good.
lol ur hardcore dood

Perhaps it'd be best if you turned up your Linkin Park cd, slit your wrists some more, and then went and whined to some therapists rather than just being lame, unfunny, and pseudo-hardcore here.

29-05-2005, 06:53 PM
Linkin Park, pseudo-hardcore. My, what a devestating repetoire of putdowns you have. Congratulations on writing such a steaming pile of shit. Here is a word for you and every other aspiring propogandist, subtlety.

If you want to talk about the Minuteman Project then feel free to do so, decent, reasoned discussion and debate is always welcome.

29-05-2005, 07:16 PM

Or maybe you're just upset because you disagree with me, but know that your rhetoric is too ridiculous to use any more.

Alas, I don't think it really matters. Either way, your whining isn't going to stop.

29-05-2005, 09:03 PM
What rhetoric? I pointed out that your fabricated piece of agent provocateurism was poorly constructed.
If you want a legitimate debate on something, start one. If you wish to start some kind of flamewar or insult trade or something then say so. It's all good.

30-05-2005, 01:32 PM
Pi Yan Ping Ruangao to you.

30-05-2005, 01:40 PM
Say on the what now?

30-05-2005, 01:41 PM
Its some cream with Chinese ping ying on it. Felt like saying something incoherent.

30-05-2005, 01:48 PM
Good for you.