Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (11-30-2013)

Side Bar: Who left the gate open?!
Gargamel got out!

It's not the knockout game, but it is a knockout over a game.

A psycho Oregon father is in jail after allegedly knocking out a teenager after his son was elbowed during a pickup football game.

If I was this boys father they would have been picking this jerk up after the pick up game.

Investigators in Coos County, Ore., arrested Mark Andrew Colton, 34, last Saturday for second-degree assault stemming from an October incident involving his 10-year-old son.

The boy had been playing football with a group of kids at the city park when he was elbowed in the face during a play.

The child went home and told his father, who then went to the field and demanded to know who had hit his son.

When a 13-year-old who had not struck Colton's child spoke up the suspect allegedly struck him in the temple, knocking him unconscious.

The kid was taken to a hospital and treated.

Colton was taken to the Coos County Jail and held on $25,000 bail. Hopefully someone remembers to lock the gate this time.

Before you even read this story let me ask all of the mothers. How many of you would let your 12 year old daughter go out looking like this?

An African-American girl could be expelled unless she cuts her hair.

Twelve year old Vanessa VanDyke was told she has a week to decide whether to cut her natural hair or leave Faith Christian Academy in Orlando, Fla.

"It says that I'm unique," VanDyke said. 

Nope! It's says that your mother didn't, can't or won't braid your hair.

"First of all, it's puffy and I like it that way. I know people will tease me about it because it's not straight. I don't fit in."

In my opinion the issue is not about her hair being straight. It's about her hair looking like the girl from " Beasts of The Southern Wild". Even "Hushpuppy" got her hair done when she got some money.

VanDyke's mom, Sabrina Kent, said her daughter has had the same hairstyle since the beginning of the school year, but school officials only became concerned after Kent complained to them about her daughter being teased.

"There have been people teasing her about her hair, and it seems to me that they're blaming her," Kent said.

Faith Christian Academy did not immediately return calls nor did the school answer any questions from the media.

Kent said officials told her VanDyke's hair is a "distraction."

I guess that is the politically correct way of putting it.

One of the reasons I love writing "Just When You Thought You Heard It All News" is because I can always manage to find a crazier story week after week, and I can always manage to find a dumber criminal than the last.

The narcotics trafficking defendant who attended a Florida court hearing wearing a sweatshirt imprinted with a cartoon like recipe for producing crack cocaine was convicted last week for a pair of felonies and sentenced to 3 years in state prison.

They should give him 3 more years for wearing his confession to court.

Christopher Patterson, a convicted felon who previously served time for cocaine possession entered no contest pleas last Tuesday to distribution and conspiracy charges related to the sale of the painkiller Oxycodone to an undercover cop.

The 27-year-old Patterson, who was jailed following his plea, has an August 2016 release date. 

As seen above, Patterson made an unfortunate wardrobe choice when he appeared last year in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom for a hearing in the Oxycodone case. Patterson’s colorful sweatshirt carried the slogan “Stack Paper Say Nothing” and included drawings-baking soda, spoons, an open flame, and a crock pot depicting the procedure to manufacture crack.

The photo of Patterson was taken by a lawyer who noticed the defendant’s incongruous courtroom attire. Patterson’s sweatshirt was manufactured by a firm called Stash House and had a zipper pull in the shape of a handgun.

Patterson’s criminal history includes arrests for pot possession, larceny, resisting arrest, probation violations, and failure to appear in court. He has also been convicted several times for cocaine possession. 


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