Friday, September 29, 2006

National IMPORTANT POLICE INFO! France names street after a US COP KILLER thats FRENCH!

National Fraternal Order of Police Board Report Of National President Chuck Canterbury Salt Lake City, Utah September 8-9, 2006 The National Fraternal Order of Police has been very active in the period since the March 2006 Board meeting. In an effort to maintain continuity in my reports to the Board, this report will be broken down into four areas: Due to the many activities of my office, this report will highlight the major components of the office of the President. Legislative Administrative Labor Activity Calendar Legislative: The mid term election cycle has begun and many Lodges are involved in the endorsement of candidates for office. During this period, I have answered a number of calls for information on the National's perspective on various candidates. The National Legislative Office can and should be contacted in order to provide you with the voting record on your incumbents and the office can provide you a well prepared questionnaire on the issues of interest to the Fraternal Order of Police. During the period of time since the March Board meeting, the FOP has had a number of achievements on Capitol Hill. I think one of the most significant wins was actually a loss of Cynthia McKinney from the United States House of Representatives. As you know, McKinney struck one of our members while he was performing his duties as a Capitol Police Officer and after a long and protracted presentation to the DC Grand Jury which resulted in a vote against indictment, a campaign was launched by the FOP to assist in helping Candidate Hank Johnson unseat McKinney. I want to thank DC Lodge 1, the Capitol Police Labor Committee, The Dekalb County FOP, the Georgia State Lodge and the National Legislative office for working together to make this a reality. The Local Lodge endorsed Hank Johnson in a Primary, the Georgia State Lodge affirmed their support of Johnson and the National PAC fund made a donation to Mr. Johnson's campaign. The FOP conducted dozens of interviews with local and national media outlets and we were recognized as one of the groups that played a major role in Johnson gaining ground in the original Primary. These efforts where successful and McKinney was defeated in the August 8th run off election. This was a concerted effort and I am proud of the membership for all of their hard work. In May of this year, the National FOP took a strong position of support for a resolution introduced by Pennsylvania Representatives that condemned the actions of St. Denis France naming a street for convicted Cop Killer, Mumia Abu-Jamal. As National President, I traveled to Philadelphia and participated in a protest march at the French Consulate on Bastille Day. Philadelphia Lodge 5 is to be commended for their continued support of the Faulkner Family and to Danny's memory. On May 23rd, the National FOP took a strong stand on the efforts to retry two cop killers in Nebraska and we joined with the Nebraska State Lodge condemning the effort to win a new trial for these convicted offenders. In June of this year, the National worked hard to obtain passage on an amendment that would restrict the implementation of the NSPS system by the Department of Defense. This system will be detrimental to our officers in the DOD system and this bill passed the House and we continue to work to see that this bill passes the Senate and stops this system from having an effect on our members. The FOP scored a major victory when the Senate Passed H.R. 4 the Pension Protection Act of 2006. This bill will eliminate the ten percent early withdraw penalty from a government defined benefit plan for public safety officers who are participating in a DROP plan. Under the previous law, an officer who leaves active service before the age of 55 and opts to receive a lump sum payment under DROP before the age of 59 � is subject to an early withdraw penalty of 10%. The bill also included the HELPS provision which provides a tax benefit to help retired public safety officers afford health insurance by allowing the use on a pre-tax basis of up to $3,000 annually from their pension funds to pay for premiums on health care and long term care insurance. The FOP supported and worked very hard to pass this bill. The FOP also worked hard to restore funds to the budget to Byrne Grants programs and we were successful in assisting to get a $120 million dollar net increase over the FY 2006 budget. The FOP Political Action Committee (PAC) made several donations to key congressional partners but we still need your help in raising funds to make our PAC the force that it should be. Please donate today if you have not and I urge the leadership to continue to work to increase our funding for this vital part of our legislative program. During the months since the past Board meeting, I have traveled to DC on a number of occasions and have had daily contact with the Legislative office and the fruits of our labor have indeed been productive. The National Staff does tremendous work and I hope that you will thank them for their efforts. Administrative: The National Administrative office located at 701 Marriott Drive, Nashville TN, has opened and I am sure that Secretary Yoes will provide a more detailed report but I am proud to say that the building is a vast improvement over our last accommodations and we own this one and it is paid for. The National Board is to be commended for this forward thinking and I want to thank everyone involved for this achievement. I especially want to thank the staff for all of their hard work in making the move. After eleven years in one location, it was a monumental task to pack up and move and the staff did an outstanding job in making this happen. The National Executive Board will be conducting an Employee Compensation Study to ensure that the National pay structure is in line with our peers in the market and we will be working in conjunction with Middle Tennessee State University to complete this project. The National Lodge has also been working on a program to ensure that our employee health insurance program is the best that we can provide and we are working with several companies and accepting bids on health insurance polices. Currently our employees do not contribute to this plan and it is our desire to continue this benefit and we are dedicated to providing the best benefits that we can afford. We have been able to increase the life insurance coverage for our employees for just pennies more a month, we are providing $25,000 coverage and also providing coverage on their spouses and dependant children. This is an added benefit and the National pays the entire cost for our employees. The DC Office location needed some cosmetic repairs and these have been authorized and the work is underway. This building has appreciated to almost five times what we paid for it only 11 years ago and we must make sure that we maintain the facility. Jan Gross must be commended for working hard to keep our costs down and I want to thank her for her hard work in this area. The massive computer project is almost finished and by the time of the Board meeting, it should be up and running. This project has been very tough and has frayed nerves, caused ulcers and strained our staff but it will provide us state of the art software and will benefit our membership. All parties involved are to be commended for this wonderful addition to our arsenal of weapons in the battle to provide better member services. The FOP Disaster Relief fund has again been called to action this time by the floods that plagued the North Eastern States in early summer. The Bloomberg Police Department, Bloomberg PA, suffered substantial damage and many of the officers in that area had damage from the floods. I want to thank Gall's for donating 34 sets of BDU's for the Bloomberg Police Department and I am proud to report that the National was able to provide several officers with $500.00 donations to assist them in this time of need. The effort was coordinated by the State Lodge and our system worked well. We continue to struggle with Trademark issues and I encourage you all to report violations to National Secretary Yoes when you find them so we can protect our name. The National FOP RHS program has seen some growth and we continue to work with ICMA to provide them the ability to assist Lodges in implementing programs to benefit our members. The 457 Program has been slow but we are picking up units and this very important FOP owned program needs your support. A report will be provided during the Board meeting on these programs. National Treasurer Penoza and I continue to work on the FOP Bank and we will report our findings as soon as we can but this is a very complicated issue and we must move with slow but deliberate speed in order to protect our interests. Labor: The National Labor Services Director will provide a detailed report on the activities of this section but in an effort to make sure that the important matters are detailed for your review, I offer the following: We continue to work to make sure that the Teamsters and other groups do not find fertile ground to recruit within the FOP family. We are monitoring and working with the Nashville FOP and we have worked with Little Rock in their successful effort to keep the Teamsters out of Arkansas. We have had successful campaigns against the Teamsters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and South Dakota and these efforts will continue. The National Lodge has had requests from several cities to assist in efforts to decertify their current unions and we are working with them to provide the necessary professional services. During this meeting, the National Labor Committee, pursuant to a motion of this Board, will provide a report on the continuing efforts to expand Labor Services. I urge you each to read this proposal very carefully as it will greatly expand our current program. The committee worked very hard to generate this report and your full attention will be required to make sure that we are moving this organization forward. The Labor Services Section continues to work with the Arizona State Lodge and Lodge 32 in their effort to win the bargaining rights for the Arizona Department of Public Safety. This effort will culminate in an election in November of this year. The National Lodge will again offer the Collective Bargaining seminar in April of 2007 and I have worked with the Education Services Committee to keep the costs in line and to provide the best training we can at a reasonable price. I urge all of the Trustees to make sure that your Lodges are made aware of all National Training opportunities. The Committee will be providing the Blueprint for Success Seminar in Louisville Ky November 9-11, 2006 and I urge you all to get this information out to your locals. On the Federal Sector, I have already reported on my activities working with Capitol Police on the McKinney issue but I did not report on the fact that I traveled to DC and met with many members of this unit to first and foremost let them know that the National FOP was supporting them in their hour of need but to also bring the issue to light. We received a lot of media coverage and the Capitol Police Labor Committee is to be commended for their tireless effort to maintain morale and efficiency at the same time. I recently attended an Arbitration with the Pentagon Police and we are working with the Administration on ways to assist this Labor Committee of DC Lodge. A number of meetings have been accomplished and we will continue to work hard to assist these officers. I have daily contact with the Labor Services Director and we discuss every aspect of this office and I will continue to work to improve on our ability to deliver Labor Services to our members. Activities Calendar: This list is not inclusive because many trips and meetings are held on the same day but it is intended to highlight my calendar activities. MARCH Mar Washington, DC 17-19 Mar Southern States, Louisville, KY 22 Mar Meeting with Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) 30 Mar Spring Board meeting, Nashville, TN (enroute travel) APRIL 1-2 Apr Spring Board meeting, Nashville, TN 7-8 Apr Federal Officers Coalition, Myrtle Beach, SC 11-14 Apr Washington, DC � U.S. Capitol Police 20 Apr FOX & Friends Network news MAY 4-8 May Kansas State Conference 12-16 May National Peace Officers Memorial Service JUNE 2-6 Jun West Virginia State Conference hosted by Beckley, Lodge #89 9-11 Jun Washington, DC Legislative efforts 16-19 Jun Missouri State Conference 22-26 Jun Utah State Conference JULY 6-9 Jul Illinois State Conference hosted by Chicago Lodge #7 14 Jul Philadelphia, PA � march on French Embassy with Lodge #5 20-23 Jul Louisiana State Conference hosted by Baton Rouge Lodge #2 23-25 Jul Ohio State Conference hosted by Dayton Lodge 27 Jul Local lodge meeting � Coastal Carolina Lodge #12 AUGUST 31Jul-3 Aug Pennsylvania State Lodge, Pittsburg, PA 6-8 Aug Washington, DC Meeting with White House Attended Pentagon Police Arbitration 9 Aug Attended Virginia State Conference, Charlottesville,VA 18-20 Aug Mid-Atlantic Survivors Retreat in Wildwood, NJ. ~~~SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE! =^.^= ~~~

Thursday, September 28, 2006


LEGISLATIVE ALERT: DHS Spending Bill!!! ��The House and Senate appropriators and authorizers have stripped out a very important law enforcement provision from an amendment which would reauthorize and fund the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. In its current form, funds which previously flowed through the Department to law enforcement would be redirected to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), effectively making law enforcement answerable to FEMA. ��The FOP will not support the spending bill in its current form, which is slated to be acted on next week. We are asking all FOP members to contact their Senators and Representative and ask that they not support the DHS spending bill unless the law enforcement provisions are restored and that law enforcement grants are kept outside of FEMA. Contact the National Legislative Office if you need additional information. ~~~I will back this up w/ lik from the F.O.P. Fraternal Order of Police website info,or you can go there now Cause this is INSANITY!!! =^.^= ~~~

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

TEDDY KILLS 2,500!!! :-O

Killer teddy bear leaves 2,500 fish dead Associated Press MILFORD, N.H. - A teddy bear has been implicated in 2,500 deaths. Of trout, that is. State officials say a teddy bear dropped into a pool at a Fish and Game Department hatchery earlier this month clogged a drain. The clog blocked the flow of oxygen to the pool and suffocated the fish. Hatcheries supervisor Robert Fawcett said the bear - who was dressed in yellow raincoat and hat - is believed to be the first stuffed bear to cause fatalities at the facility. "We've had pipes get clogged, but it's usually with more naturally occurring things like a frog or even a dead muskrat," he said. "This one turned out to be a teddy bear and we don't know how it got there." The deaths prompted Fawcett to release a written warning: "RELEASE OF ANY TEDDY BEARS into the fish hatchery water IS NOT PERMITTED." He said it's not known who dropped the bear, but urged anyone whose bear ends up in a hatchery pool to find a worker to remove it. "They might save your teddy bear, and keep it from becoming a killer," he said. "It's kind of a cute little teddy bear and people wouldn't think that a cute little teddy bear would be able to kill fish. ~~BETCHA THOUGHT IT WAS UNCLE TEDWARD KENNEDY AT IT AGAIN,DIDNT YOU?LOL!=^.^=


Judge suspends law aimed at stopping military funeral protests By BRETT BARROUQUERE Associated Press Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. � Kentucky's law forbidding protests within 300 feet of military funerals and memorial services was suspended temporarily Tuesday after a federal judge ruled it was too broad. The law passed earlier this year was aimed at members of a Topeka, Kan., church who have toured the country protesting at military funerals. The Westboro Baptist Church claims the soldiers' deaths are a sign of God punishing America for tolerating homosexuality.� Members of the church traveled to Montana in August to stage a protest at the funeral of Marine Cpl. Phillip E. Baucus, the nephew of U.S. Sen. Max Baucus. U.S. District Judge Karen Caldwell wrote that the law could restrict the free speech rights of people in nearby homes, sidewalks and streets, even if they cannot be seen or heard by funeral participants. The 300-foot zone "is large enough that it would restrict communications intended for the general public on a matter completely unrelated to the funeral as well as messages targeted at funeral participants," Caldwell wrote in a ruling issued in Frankfort. Those found guilty of violating the law, which also applies to memorial services, wakes and burials, would face up to a year in jail. About a dozen states have similar laws in place, and Congress passed a law earlier this year prohibiting protests at military funerals at federal cemeteries. Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo said he would consider an appeal. "I believe that society has an interest in honoring its war dead. Funerals are times of sacred and solemn reflection which must be protected from aggressive disruption," Stumbo said in a statement. Lili Lutgens, general counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, which filed the suit, said Caldwell "reinforced the importance of freedom of expression," and that the ACLU will seek a permanent injunction throwing out the law. "We continue to support the commonwealth's efforts to protect funerals, but we know it's not necessary to violate the First Amendment to do that," she said. Shirley Phelps-Roper, attorney for and member of Westboro Baptist Church, praised Caldwell's ruling. "I'm surprised, but I'm happy about it," Phelps-Roper said. The ACLU filed the lawsuit on behalf of Bart McQueary, a Mercer County man who has protested alongside the church members on three occasions. During their protests, members carry such signs as "Thank God for IEDs," the improvised explosive devices used by insurgents in Iraq.

Friday, September 22, 2006

I formed a new GROUP to help find my NIECES KILLER!

Because of the new evidence in my nieces deadly accident,I have started a yahoogroup dedicated to any info I can put out and you get to me. I appreciate your kind words,prayers and help.THANKS new group: THANK YOU =^.^=

Thursday, September 21, 2006


I ask you to check out this link in Tennessee paper,with her picture.For one whole year we have been in a state of grief and on the one year marker of pain we learn some shit that makes yur mouth drop.Please take a peek and pass to anyone you know in that area.I am going to make sure investigators check every bodyshop,salvage yard,used car sales.Anybody remember some one with a green truck or vehical that was no longer there.Or with lame explain of damage done.I have so much to ask.Thats why I reach out to you all in hope of passing this message.You can put her name in 'Search' bx and pull up alot of stories of the tragedy.Everybody knows some one in Tennessee,and I know some of you are from there.So pass it on,ask questions,email me. I ask you to pray for my sister,me and Naties Dad, Greg,and our entire family to have strength as we face this new kick in the stomach.I LOVE YOU NATALIE!!!! JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED!!!!!!!!!! =^.^= PLEASE RESPECT,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-)

Monday, September 18, 2006


~Over the weekend DOG and crew were freed on $300K bail w/ ankle braclet! He will need a great legal team to keephim from Mexican prison.He,a visitor to Mexico captured an American fugitive,also a 'visitor',who just happened to be living by a Mexican police station!PAYOFF! Anyways,one of Andrew Lusters rape victims STARTED this site for help to keep the Dog outta the dog pound.~~~ Check it out Duane "The Dog" Chapman went out on a limb to help put convicted rapist Andrew Luster behind bars when the authorities couldn't or wouldn't. Now he's in trouble with the law for sticking with Luster's victims. So, we're sticking with "The Dog." This website was built with volunteer time and donations to help the Chapman family raise funds for The Dog's legal defense. Please donate something today. All funds go to The Dog Legal Defense Fund to help get our friend, The Dog, out of the dog house and back onto the streets where he belongs! PLEASE RESPECT,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-)


Everyone is well aware of Rosie O donnels New Alpha Dog stance on her new gig 'The View'.She is highjacking the show and her daily outbursts have costars pulling their hair out.Esp. major Republican co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck, who is a new mom.Seems Lizzie is wrecked by the hate Bush attacks from Lezzie.Lizzie is holding firm on the Bush stance and General of Lezbollah is on a rampage. Its funny to write Rosie O Donell HATES BUSH! LOL (spank me!) The latest has been her attack of our government in comparisson to the terrorist states. I read into her hate speech thatit wasnt just about collater damage or war. She was hating on our religion and gov. due to their stance on gay marraige,gay adoption gay,gay,gay,,blah,blah... She believes the stance of Bush and Co. are tearing up good gay family life.And that aint her America folks! Much like Ray Nagins 'Chololate City', General of Lezbollah Rosie O wants a Rainbow Universe where all things gay are right on!She so wack remember how 'in love' she was with Tom Cruise? Theres your sign... She is gaying it up so much the show will soon be on Bravo Networks I am sure. She is dominating the show and Barbara Walters might need to bring Martha Stewart in there and craft a 'shive' and shank her fatass! Thats ratings kidz.She realy isnt a great fit for that formula. So,for now, let her rant, she Out and Proud and Loud.And soon fird,I am sure. meow! YYYYYEEEEEEEEAAAAAWWWWHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! PLEASE RESPECT,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-)

Friday, September 15, 2006


Mexico has alot of internal and external problems lately.Fox cancelled Independence Day, the latest elections loser is claiming victory.The 10's of thousands of ilegal drug runners and human smugglers that they,the Mexican government,allow to cross our borders.10's of thousands of the worlds illegals and unlawfuls hiding from their own countries.Most of them get the 'get outta jail card' due to the old payoff of Mexican officials.The government is corrupt and millions of decent Mexicans are judged in a poor light due to the way the government chooses to run things.Any slimy terrorist (and there are probably thousands laying low in Mexico waiting to invade us and continue with war on us infidel pigs.Having said ALL THAT ... I bring ou this news story...Duane 'DOG' Chapman, TV's Dog The Bounty Hunter, a kick ass roughneck who took down that rapist pig on the run Andrew Luster who was hiding in Mexico until Dog took a bite outta him 3 years ago and brought him(another AMERICAN) home to America for long awaited justice.Well, Mexico gets a Hawaiian judge to issue warrants for Dog and his 2 sons who helped nap the rich rapist.They are in a cell,no bail for the bail bondsmen,and its gonna get nuttier.This sickens me in many ways.Throw the freakin Dog a Bone! He apprehended a violent and evil rapist ciminal!!! Vincente Fox is way out of control and now wants American blood.Oh, its on, its on like Donkey on =^.^= ~~~Duane Dog Chapman reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman and two co-stars on his show were arrested Thursday in Hawaii on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in the bounty hunters' capture three years ago of a cosmetics company heir. Chapman, son Leland Chapman and associate Timothy Chapman were taken into custody and did not resist arrest, said Mark Hanohano, U.S. Marshal for the district of Hawaii. "It went down without incident," Hanohano said. Mona K. Wood, a publicist for the star of the popular cable series "Dog The Bounty Hunter," said Chapman would be vindicated. "He arrests the bad guys - and he is definitely not one of them," she said. The charges stem from Chapman's capture of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster on June 18, 2003, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, said Marshals spokeswoman Nikki Credic in Washington. Chapman's capture of Luster, who had fled the country after being convicted of raping three women, catapulted the 53-year-old bounty hunter to fame and led to the reality series on A&E. The three are being held in Honolulu. Bail has not been set. They will face an extradition hearing to Mexico under terms of treaties between the U.S. and Mexico, Credic said. Chapman's son Leland, 29, and Timothy Chapman, 41, no relation, assist Chapman in exploits chronicled for the TV show around the Hawaiian Islands. The show focuses on Chapman's family as much as the bounty hunting, which generally involves tracking down bail jumpers, often creating emotional scenes with repentant captives. Charges have been pending against the three since local police in Mexico arrested them shortly after they roped in Luster. They posted bail but never returned to Puerto Vallarta for their court hearing on July 15, 2003, Credic said. Mexican authorities demanded that the Chapmans transfer Luster to Mexican police. Their refusal to do so led to their initial arrest. A U.S. warrant for their arrest was signed by a federal judge in Honolulu on Wednesday. PLEASE RESPECT,SUPPORT & PRAY FOR OUR TROOPS and THEIR FAMILIES ;-) =^.^=

Tuesday, September 12, 2006



Friday, September 08, 2006


"UnderCover Kitten' Fred, a decorated Brooklyn law enforcement kitty has died after a life from stray to hero. I have enclosed the page with his face and 'badge'.Lets hope he has a few other of his 9 lives left!Its taken me this long to type this horrible story out to ya'll ;-( Its a sad sick world............ Traffic accident my ass......smells like Mob Hitt to me! ;-( =^.^= (C,C&P address if not clckable)

Thursday, September 07, 2006


Police: Girl, 11, sexually assaulted by 20 boys POSTED: 9:52 p.m. EDT, September 7, 2006 Adjust font size: MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin (AP) -- An 11-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by as many as 20 boys as a 16-year-old girl watched and told her what sex acts to perform, authorities say in the latest mob attack to rock Milwaukee and set off another round of civic soul-searching. "It almost leaves me speechless. It is just senseless acts of violence. It is inhumane. It is embarrassing to the city of Milwaukee and its people. ... There should be outrage," Barbara Nuell-Moore, director of the neighborhood-improvement group Project Respect. The 16-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy have been charged in juvenile court in the attack, which authorities said took place on Monday in a house on the city's north side. A 40-year-old man who also had sex with the child may also be charged, authorities said. As for the others, "we're dealing with a lot of nicknames so we're trying to track down these people," said prosecutor Matthew Torbenson. Numerous violent crimes have shocked the city this summer, starting with a Memorial Day weekend in which 28 people were shot. Homicides overall are down this year, but two other categories of violent crime are up from 2005 -- assaults by 22 percent and robberies by 36 percent, Police Chief Nan Hegerty told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Hegerty's spokeswoman said the chief had no comment on the alleged gang rape. According to court papers, the 11-year-old girl told police she was interested romantically in the 16-year-old girl, who looked and dressed like a boy. The alleged victim and two friends went to the 16-year-old's house, where the child performed oral sex on three teenage boys, according to court papers. The 40-year-old uncle of the 16-year-old admitted he also had sex with the 11-year-old and told police that the 16-year-old was directing the child, the papers said. The 11-year-old then went to the basement, where there were about 15 males and she told police she "began to choose who she wanted to perform oral sex on," court papers said. The 16-year-old told police that the 11-year-old had told her she wanted to perform oral sex on the boys in the house. The 16-year-old denied encouraging her. The 16-year-old girl and the 15-year-old boy were charged with being a party to sexual assault. Torbenson said he will probably seek to have them tried as adults. Several mob attacks have taken place in Milwaukee's inner city in recent years. In 2002, more than a dozen people, mostly boys, chased a man through the streets and beat him to death with shovel handles, rakes and tree limbs. A mentally ill man died after being beaten and robbed by a group in 2004. Four days after that attack, a 14-year-old boy was kicked, punched and hit on the head with a piece of lumber after he exchanged words with a girl. He was in a coma for two weeks. Also that summer, four brothers were beaten by a group armed with bats, bottles, sticks and socks stuffed with canned food. On Thursday, Alderman Mike McGee Jr. walked through the neighborhood where the alleged sexual assault happened and talked to residents. He later declared there is a crisis in the city's neighborhoods. "We have to have the community held responsible, parents held responsible. That's the bottom line," he said. Willie Brown, 26, who lives in the area of the alleged sexual assault, said Thursday that neighbors are outraged. "If all those brains couldn't get together and figure out that was a baby?" he said, adding he has a 3-year-old daughter. "I don't have no respect or no love for people who do that." He added: "Whatever they get, they got it coming." ~~~~MAY GOD BLESS & PROTECT YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES~~~ =^.^=