Dog the Bounty Hunter, the latest threat against Snowden

Dog the Bounty Hunter has sworn to bring Snowden back to American, though what ever illegal means he can find.

And just who has offered a billion dollar reward for his return? The government isn’t allowed to hire mercenaries or brake international law in pursuit of the accused, so who is backing this?

Was James Holmes part of a conspiracy?

Now that a day and a half has passed, I am starting to look around for what they have pieced together.
We know that much happened in a short amount of time.
The speculation is so deep that we still need our hip waders

I am quite tired of seeing his smirk on all of these stories. I really wish that they would stop using that pic. I also wish (but I know that they won’t do it) that he would be placed in GenPop so that the local detainees could spare us the trial.

I found an interesting page:


What they are questioning is if this is another (alleged) case of being staged. This is the same sort of stuff we see after every domestic atrocity. I suspect that it is fallout from Watergate and other governmental wrongdoings.

Why are all of these people just the nicest people, and nobody would ever expect them to do something like this? It really makes it hard to watch to potential threats. I think that if I were to full on snap, there would be several people that would say… “Yeah, I could see him doing that. Who pissed him off that badly?” Fortunately for me, most would never expect that I would commit such an act.

They are questioning where he would have gotten the gear, let alone gotten the money to do so.

They are also wondering about the timing. The question is being asked if this is related to the UN Small Arms Treat. Time and time again I get email from Rand Paul’s group claiming that Obama is banning weapons, and that this treaty is going to destroy the 2nd amendment… lies, but oh well. It is what I have come to expect from that segment of the group.

They go on to list some of the (global, not just the US) Government sponsored mass murders:

50+ million dead: Mao Ze-Dong (China, 1958-61 and 1966-69, Tibet 1949-50)
12+ million dead: Adolf Hitler (Germany, 1939-1945) – concentration camps, civilian deaths and dead Russian POWs
8+ million dead: Leopold II of Belgium (Congo, 1886-1908)
6+ million dead: Jozef Stalin (USSR, 1932-39)
5+ million dead: Hideki Tojo (Japan, 1941-44)
2+ million dead: Ismail Enver (Turkey, 1915-22)
1.7 million dead: Pol Pot (Cambodia, 1975-79)
1.6 million dead: Kim Il Sung (North Korea, 1948-94)
1.5 million dead: Menghistu (Ethiopia, 1975-78)
1 million dead: Yakubu Gowon (Biafra, 1967-1970)
900,000 dead: Leonid Brezhnev (Afghanistan, 1979-1982)
800,000 dead: Jean Kambanda (Rwanda, 1994)


There has also been speculation that this fuqtard is a Tea Party member. I even received an alert from ALIPAC that these questions were being raised. As if it mattered to anyone. It would of course be used by the anti-gunners, so I guess it would matter to them.  I would like to find out his political affiliation, to to put that to rest. Being in medical school, I would expect that he is a Democrat. When my step-mother was in medical school, her classmates seemed to lean that way.


As I explore more of I am finding some good material. I am having a hard time not getting distract by my research.


Compairing prison systems

It was released that the Netherlands is closing eight prisons do to a lack of prisoners.

Their system can hold 14,000, but since they only have 12,000 they need to close some doors.

What is the major difference that allows them to do that compared what what we are doing?

It is believed that around 40% of the inmates are there for small time drug offenses. Is there something besides the drug situation that sets the two countries so far apart?

It sounds like there are core social differences at work.

What’s wrong with America’s prison system and what would you do to fix the situation.

Why is it that the prison system is a revolving door for those trapped inside?
Is it the money?  Of course it is, but it only profits a few, and costs society much more in the long run.
How should we fix the problem? Privatization?  A “results equals rewards”  system?  Keep the status quo? Something new and different?
Speak out now, or tonight you’ll get no pudding.
[Thank you di da]