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Posted on January 2 at 10:16 p.m.
Suicide by cop has become so common in Santa Barbara that its high time one of our local news organization did an investigative report on the SBPD and ask the tough questions. Exacatly how many citizens have been shot to death by police in the past few years? When did the shoot to kill policy become the norm? It seems we have far too many such shootings for our modest population. How does our suicide by cop problem compare with other cities and what is it on a per capita basis in comparison to LA and truely dangerous areas?
On Tacadena Family Files $10 Million Wrongful Death Claim
Posted on December 14 at 8:02 a.m.
"She answered a few of my questions this week via email." That begs the question: which of your questions did she refuse to answer?
On UCSB Professor Surprised by North Korean Execution
Posted on December 11 at 9:16 a.m.
Just another fast talker spinning tales of Valhalla to victims too trusting to put the man's finances through a thorough forensic analysis. Perhpas he can ask Reed Slatkin what jail was like and the two of them can start another fund when Prenatt is released in a decade or so.
On Bad Dream or Ponzi Scheme?
Posted on December 10 at 1:17 p.m.
What a swell opportunity for all the right wingnuts to vent. Hey, why not field a VIABLE CANDIDATE to defeat Caps if you think she's so terrible? Apparently the voters want her in office, despite the clear need for some fresh Democrat leadership talent n her district.
On DUI Hit-and-Run Suspect Raymond Morua Has Criminal Record
Posted on November 20 at 9:40 p.m.
Meanwhile, the Santa Barbara Police Department dispenses roughly a dozen suicide by cop killings each year. If you are an armed and trained law enforcement officer you DO NOT HAVE TO SHOOT TO KILL everytime a drug-addled or mentally ill person challenges you.
On Is the Mexican Mafia Making Moves in Santa Barbara?
Posted on November 20 at 9:32 p.m.
Oswald was a lone nutcase just smart and lucky enough to kill Kennedy. Area 51 does not have aliens. 9-11 was a Saudi sucker punch. None of this is too much of a mystery.
On Oswald Innocence Campaign Descends on Santa Barbara
Posted on September 5 at 8:29 a.m.
Could they possibly jam more development into one city block? This whole mess could have been avoided if one of the smartest and best suggestions about what to put on this land were followed from the beginning: a world class convention center. The idea (I don't remember who tabled it) was to complement the beautiful and historic Arlington Theater with an adjacent convention facility to create a one-block square Arts Center, both for the enjoyment of locals and to attract business conventions and cultural events. I guess that made too much sense, so let's toss up yet another horrific "mixed use" condo/retail/office white elephant.
On When ‘Soul’ Collides With ‘Village’
Posted on August 21 at 4:09 p.m.
The man clearly needs help. Let's hope he gets it without punative strings attached.
On Neil Baker Arrested at UCSB
Posted on August 21 at 4:01 p.m.
I was having a drink in the Montecito Inn bar one afternoon a year and a half or so ago when Ms. Estes blew into the room and began holding court with the handful of people in the room besides myself. She mentioned her company several times and seemed like either a very dynamic businessperson or a huckster. Now we know which...
On Green but Guilty?
Posted on August 9 at 10:30 p.m.
Well thank you for another enormous waste of our tax dollars. When will California finally catch up to the rest of the states that have already made pot legal and are benefiting from taxing it? Lord knows Sacramento could use the extra income...
On Sheriff's Office Eradicates More Weed Fields
This new SBMA favorite returns to perform works by American ... Read More
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