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splithorizon said...

SpicyChick is right (Satterwhite had a few 'issues' that he was called out on, and reassigned accordingly for). Bradley Hannon (one of the other lawsuit guys) was dismissed from NSM for some unknown reason, and went on to protect and serve (and undermine a good department).

So why the picture of Mr. Sneed? He's been long gone, and not a party to the lawsuit (his name mentioned, but he's not a defendant).

I say America needs to find themselves, and start getting rid of the lazy troublemakers. Let these people do their jobs, and quit b#$%hing about it.

November 13, 2011 at 8:50 a.m.
splithorizon said...

hmmm... somebody tell the Hanon-cat that this isn't/wasn't illegal after all.

Someone also tell Hanon helping a bondsman break into 3 houses IS illegal.

Hanon (who is IN THE MIX of ALL of this) sounds like the "bad" kind of COP. No? Who is this guy? Why did he ever leave National Seating and Mobility? Research this for us Ms. Harrison, please. Shed some light on his character/background!!

March 9, 2011 at 10:54 a.m.
splithorizon said...

Noogan - you know not of what you speak. The "drunk dictator" you speak of is Monty Millard, who engineered the former Chief's firing. Who had the DUI? uhh huh (hint: Knight - interim chief)... NOT Larry Sneed.

Interestingly, since Chief Sneed's firing, none of the problems have gone away it seems. Very interesting, indeed.

You might want to investigate why Mr. Hanon was dismissed from National Seating and Mobility... That might help build a little character background to spell out who you are dealing with here. All he has is a "mental anguish" defense/case at this point. He might have problems that seem to follow him from place to place.

I certainly think you've put strong labels on some of the wrong folks. Follow the drama!! Chief Sneed is no longer there - but the drama certainly continues. The former Chief knows it's hard to deal with troublemakers like Hanon. It got him fired, but the trouble still persists, doesn't it? I really can't see where Chief Sneed was the "issue."

p.s. I know for a fact former Chief Sneed rarely drank alchohol in the past 10 or so years (most definitely during his tenure at Red Bank). He believed he was in a position where he should set an example (exactly why family and friends paid their fines/tickets just like everone else). He believes in the law that he is sworn to uphold - you can not fault that. That's not to say he never drank - I'm sure he did (it is legal, after all) - but it was most certainly not the norm. To call him a drunk is very dishonest. I truly think you have him mixed up with Monty Millard and/or Mr. Knight.

So before you go calling people "drunk dictators," please get your facts straight!

December 17, 2010 at 2:24 p.m.
splithorizon said...

Seriously? These are the "3 Stooges" - in living color.

They, and if you'll dig a little bit, Mr. Hannon (Shem??) are at the center of all of this drama. And firing the Chief was going to solve it all... lol... well, I can only hope the good citizens of Red Bank can wake up to the antics of Pierce, Millard and Jones!!

October 29, 2010 at 6:54 p.m.
splithorizon said...

Elvis... the overgrown child is only the vice mayor - one of 5 commission members. He got fired from his bank job, knocked his own child's two front teeth out, couldn't stop harassing is ex-wife, and vowed to bring down the RB Police department.

Yes - that is exactly the problem from my perspective, Monty Millard. What a model Vice-Mayor - the disturbing thing is: he got elected!!

Top that (letting this guy represent and create drama) with the fact that the new Top Cop is a DUI offender himself, and Dorsey firing the guy that he "learned a lot from" (his words, not mine), then you get a cluster_fill-in-the-blank_ for city leadership.

Red Bank is just a small version of Washington D.C. - it's just the way things seem to work.

What I wonder is: when are people going to wake up? Vote out the corrupt people and special interest representatives, and get things back on track.

We can certainly see what Chief Sneed and Mayor Glasscock were/are up against. That much has become very clear.

August 25, 2010 at 10:02 a.m.
splithorizon said...

Well, let's see... the defendants want immunity because there was no wrong-doing. So, why do they need immunity if they did nothing wrong? I guess I'm a little confused :p

August 11, 2010 at 3:15 p.m.
splithorizon said...

Red Bank takes the cake!! This is getting to be too funny... Why did he not file suit in 2009? This is 13 months after?!?!!

Next up: Mr. Knight files suit for humiliation during his DUI arrest (now THAT's a top cop I want in charge).

Way to go Red Bank - you all are representing the valley well ;)

August 11, 2010 at 9:28 a.m.
splithorizon said...

Stress: Isn't this guy a Police Officer?? Aren't they trained specifically to handle stressful situations? I hope so... What a hoot to take a leave because of stress!! Can I get one too? I speak the truth a lot, and all this stress of life is just too much to take... too bad my stress-vacation won't be tax payer funded.

"A little more cleaning to do?" I thought the former Chief was THE problem?!?! lol... I really hope Red Bank continues to expose this for what it really is/was.

Get a less stressful job, Hanon - give the tax payers a break.

August 4, 2010 at 9:34 a.m.
splithorizon said...

Seems like Sneed wasn't the problem after all... go figure.

Politicians screwing up a city couldn't be the issue, must be the Chief. Wonder if the new Chief drinks in his city-issued car, or just the personal ones? By the way, if he's interim, why would he re-structure as being described? Shouldn't the new Chief do that??

p.s. Who does Hanon rent from? I'd love to get a report on that - it means so much to this story .

August 3, 2010 at 11:12 a.m.

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