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19 May 2011
at 10:37 a.m.
has it ever occured to the staff at the humane society that $114.00 is about a zillion times more expensive than anyone in town wants for a dog, and cats can be aquired in front of city market for free. no wonder they are glutted with animals.
16 April 2011
at 6:53 a.m.
its about loyalty. loyalty to your job, community and friends. some stay loyal others not so much. but you know all about that, right ?
tim has remained loyal to his job. he has became a very good politician. i suppose craig needs to feel honored to have him.
hope he sometimes remembers who worked to get him where he's at.
16 March 2011
at 5:34 p.m.
o.k. lets try this one more time and hope some morons who only read into a story what they want to read will listen up and try to understand this.
at no time had anyone, including little miss wonderful, ever accuse jeff of putting his hands where the didn't belong. little miss wonderful was complaining clear back to sheriff valdez. and it was so bad, and caused her so much pain, that she was only able to withstand it for what ? 15 or 16 years ?? in those years over 55 jobs opened up in the county, how many did she apply for ? none i know of. so that will show just how badly she was suffering.
now please understand, i don't know this for a fact, but i was told by another woman employee at the county back then that miss wonderful asked her to join in the lawsuit, telling her that her sister in arizona had just did it and recieved an “out of court settlement” and her sister had told her how to do it. again, this is second hand info.
but this is not ! there were over 30 people deposed and scheduled to testify in jeffs behalf, not one single wittness got to testify. why ? cause just like she said, she got an out of court settlement from the insurance company to make it go away. crap ! even murderers get to face their accuser. so remember when you start accusing jeff, unless you were there and wittnessed what you say happened, be very careful what you write to the newspapaer. unless of course you are willing to tell it to jeff to his face.
7 January 2011
at 10:14 p.m.
i just finished watching the dateline special. what a wonderful lesson in forgiveness, something dateline isn't really famous for. what those kids had to endure is sad, but the end will serve as a reminder that God said he would not forgive those who would not forgive others.
as i watched jeffs interview, it took me to places i really didn't want to go. i spent a great deal of my life in law enforcement, working in some really mean places. just following the story, realizing that jeff and his crew went out there knowing full well who was out there and the extent they were armed. but they still went, with no malice in their hearts. who would have blamed them, who would have cared, if they had just killed both these scumbags ? but no, they did the right thing and brought them back alive, i'm not sure i was ever that good a cop, but i have always known that jeff corriveau had that spark of honor about him. its like jeff to bring them back unharmed. i feel proud to have known him, and even prouder to have worked under him.
thanks jeff - we truly love you.thanks dateline for telling it right “this time”
7 January 2011
at 7:43 a.m.
im glad they included jeff corriveau in this, he was a good and honorable lawman in this town. not many know jeff put a total of 14 murderers away in his career. losing him over a bogus scam to get money from the counties insurance company was a black mark on craigs history. law enforcement is a very unapreciated endevor. most who will jump up and try to defame an officer, wouldn't have near the courage to do their job. to all law enforcement officers - thanks for serving !
25 December 2010
at 8:34 a.m.
hmm, lions huh ? well while i don't have a real problem with the deer, a lion would be a different story. i'd have to dispatch that rather quickly and waiting till DOW drove up from meeker wouldn't be quickly. maybe just call the sheriff and have tim come and shoe it away.
15 December 2010
at 4:51 p.m.
sorry i didn't mean to imply jeff corriveau was the sheriff at that time, just the officer who went up their and bagged the two scumbags. jeff was “old school” and didn't just sit around and give directions, he got “personally involved” his arrest record was amazing, both as an officer and later on as sheriff.
15 December 2010
at 11:43 a.m.
gosh i wonder if they will get tom cruise to play jeff corriveau in the movie ? as i recall it was jeff and bruce johnson who went out there (i could be wrong) losing jeff as a sheriff was a big loss for moffat county. jeff was hell on crime here in the county. too bad we lost him over crappy coverage by news media and a stupid sensless lawsuit. oh well, i hear they fired three grand jct. cops last year for cutting some tents down in a derelict hobo camp. thats what we do in america now. we get rid of our “very best”, just to make our “very worse” happy. welcome to the new world order !
10 December 2010
at 8:31 p.m.
odd ? did anyone hear me say odd ? i just didn't want to ruin a good pair of shoes with the bull –-
like i said, if you want diversity go shop at wal mart - if you need healing, have a talk with God, if you want to scam simple minded people, well, never mind, good old capitalizm is fine with me, thats why we went to far away lands and fought wars, to protect your diversity. now, where the heck did i put them boots ??
10 December 2010
at 12:44 p.m.
good greif ! wheres my taller boots ?
diversity ? we have sheep, elk hunting, coal, and cowboys. no one needs more diversity than that - and whats that thing she has tatooed on her forehead ?
you want diversity - go shop at wal mart
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