I meant to get more of a statement from Deputy Nemeth but he was rushing back in, and I will add it to a list of questions i have to ask him when I get a chance to talk to him next…..
Parole: it’s a ticket out of jail, and it strips you of all your freedoms….It’s part of the money monster law enforcement is in charge of feeding.
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22 thoughts on “Deputy Nemeth keeps the monster fed with your freedom”
Felons, unemployed degenerates, Freemans, sovereign citizens and first amendment odditors and their supporters are all cut from the same cloth
Nahhhhh….no piggies in my pad !
There's no such thing as a good cop, they are paid by there sodomite masters to rape take and murder humans… Fuck the thin blue balls gang!!
Murderer Theodore Strelesky killed his professor with a ball peen hammer. He refused parole several times. He was released free and clear, no conditions in about 7 years. Mr. Strelesky was in his 19th year of graduate school when he committed the murder.
Don't want the time, don't do the crime as they say. Not exactly rocket surgery.
If you don't want to be on parole or probation don't break the law. It's not rocket science.
You go girl, you are the realest love, Francis.
Wow you're looking very beautiful Laura
alot of those "PRESS" are actually federal agents takin pictures and video of these ppl commitin crimes as they happen. #payattention
Laura you were spot on with your narration and your description of being on parole…ez pickinz…also it's probably true of half the people on parole that they just got criminalized when they were kids. I never really heard that term before but it defines the whole ordeal perfectly; as I said, you are hundred percent right on all those facts. Preach it sister 💪
@2:28ish… What they make him take off his shoes so they can whif them later?!!
laSd. Must be in their policy manual.
Disagree. You got stripped of your freedoms when you committed the crime.
Sadly they will do what they want on or off-camera
Never allow them unattended in your home, could plant evidence or steal belongings.
Hi Laura. I have no pity for any person on parole or probation it's not hard at all to stay away from criminal activities. My question to you laura is do the police need a search warrant to go in a house to look for parolee or someone on probation? Thank you for your dedication for what you do keeping those tyrants in check.
Good video Laura
New Subscriber! You Rock Laura!!!
Making law enforcement act right…is a hard job thank you for what you do Laura 🦈
Laura Keep up the good work your doing
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