You don’t always use Krav Maga…

  • Don’t tell me you can’t move a big old heavy ass couch out of you house by yourself! All it takes is a big pissed off dude and a DeWalt DW304 reciprocating saw. HEHEHE


  • Maybe it’s the Forensic Crime Scene Investigator in me.

    I find myself yelling at the TV when I see how the whole crime scene of the JFK assassination was handled. Daily Plaza was not secured, Officers disturbed the location where the alleged “murder weapon” was found with no thoughts of forensic trace evidence.
    Moreover, someone cleaned the the Presidential Limousine at Parkland Hospital before any evidence could be recovered. It also appears that at least 10 to 15 men of different nationalities were detained by the Dallas Police with no records of the interviews they gave to the Dallas Police Investigators.
    Yes, police science has change in the last fifty years, that said securing evidence has not.
    The Dallas Police paraded Oswald fifteen times in front of the media even allowing Oswald to make statements to the press before he had been given legal advice. The press were admitted inside the secure area of the Police Headquarters; which allowed Jack Ruby to gain entry to the secure area with a hand gun.
    This incident was mishandled by the Dallas Police Department on so many levels ; it does beg the question was the mishandling of the JFK incident done on purpose?

    Carl W. Irvine III

    I’m a fifteen year veteran of Law Enforcement; I have listed below the special training I have achieved in Criminal Justice.

    Basic & Advanced Crime Scene Investigation Certification
    Homicide Investigation Certification
    Undercover Officer Investigation Certification
    DEA Drug Enforcement Officer Certification
    DEA Undercover Investigations Management
    DEA Complex Conspiracy Investigation
    Basic Tactical Operations
    Advanced Tactical Operations
    Field Training Officer
    National Drug Intelligence Analyst
    Law Enforcement Instructor
    CIT Trained Officer


    Charlottesville., Va. – Virginia State Police and Bath County Sheriff’s Office remain on-scene investigating an assault at State Senator Creigh Deeds’ residence Tuesday morning (Nov. 19, 2013). At 7:25 a.m. Tuesday, troopers responded to a 911 call for a residence on Vineyard Drive in the Millboro community of Bath County.

    After the stabbing, Senator Deeds left the scene on foot and walked down the hill of his residence to Route 42. The injured senator was spotted and picked up by a cousin who was driving along Route 42. The two drove to the cousin’s residence where the 911 call was placed to the sheriff’s office.

    Troopers and Bath County deputies arrived to find Senator Deeds, 55, stabbed multiple times about the head and upper torso. Senator Deeds was transported by ambulance to a nearby relative’s farm to a medevac helicopter and was flown to UVA Hospital for treatment of serious injuries. The senator is still at the hospital at this time.

    Senator Deeds’ son, Gus Deeds, 24, Millboro, Va., was found inside the residence suffering from life-threatening injuries associated with a gunshot wound. Despite efforts by troopers and other first responders, he died at the scene.

    “Investigators are working now on confirming the motive and actual sequence of events that took place at the residence this morning,” said Corinne Geller, Virginia State Police spokesperson. “There is still a great deal of work to be done. These things take time and we will follow up with more details once we are at that stage.”

    The investigation remains ongoing at this time by the Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Salem Field Office with the assistance of the Bath County Sheriff’s Office.

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    About Zen

    I’m simply saying that there is a way to be sane. I’m saying that you can
    get rid of all this insanity created by the past in you. Just by being a simple
    witness of your thought processes.

    It is simply sitting silently, witnessing the thoughts, passing before you.
    Just witnessing, not interfering not even judging, because the moment you
    judge you have lost the pure witness. The moment you say “this is good, this
    is bad,” you have already jumped onto the thought process.

    It takes a little time to create a gap between the witness and the mind. Once
    the gap is there, you are in for a great suprise, that you are not the mind, that
    you are the witness, A watcher.

    And this process of watching is the very alchemy of real religion. Because as
    you become more and more deeply rooted in witnessing, thoughts start
    disappearing. You are, but the mind is utterly empty.

    That’s the moment of enlightenment. That is the moment that you become for
    the first time an unconditioned, sane, really free human being.