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Jose Alberto Miranda. U.S. Marshals photo.
JPF 2361 July 22, 2014 at 09:06 am
JPF 2361 July 22, 2014 at 12:59 pm
A gun toting Drug Dealer shouldn't have been categorized as a LOW LEVEL RISK !! Just another pissRead More poor decision from our Liberal Lawmakers !!!
Photo Credit: Photo by Christa A. Lamb.
pamela boucher July 18, 2014 at 11:50 pm
artie t should be back as the ceo because he cared about his employees ok now to artie s I thinkRead More you make amends with your family right now.
Old Pizza July 19, 2014 at 07:52 pm
Shelves are going empty at most stores. Temporary replacement drivers are moving a limited numberRead More of trucks, but that's about it.
Derrick Julien July 21, 2014 at 01:04 am
now they are putting there lic in cities in towns in jeopardy public health and safty goes to showRead More how uneducated most workers are and there putting there bills and familes and morgatges on the line. a huge private equity firm will buy them out plus all the suppliers will sue them and care if there employees showed up I guarantee market basket could can everyone and have all new hires in a week so many temp firms have people that can fill those needs. its a bad move for the employees and as a fam run firm there too big for local voice.
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A traffic stop in Manchester was part of a major, multi-agency drug bust. Credit: Jeffrey Hastings/Frame of Mind Photography.
Joseph R June 30, 2014 at 09:51 pm
Noelle, a friend of mine is a Concord cop. He said heroin is the biggest problem. It's unbelievable,Read More isn't it?! He works very hard at grabbing these dirtbags, but there's just too many of them. I know, it is scary. I used to live in NYC about 15 years ago. I moved up here to get away from all that garbage. Now it's up here too. Where do people like us move to?
Noelle Hallstrom Pelillo July 1, 2014 at 09:50 pm
I think all the scumbags should be rounded up and put on their own island. (I know it's notRead More reasonable, but it sounds good to me). :-)
Amy Lorenzo July 22, 2014 at 09:22 pm
If they are not selling it maybe they need help.
Seth Mazzaglia awaits jurors at Peirce Island in Portsmouth on May 27, 2014. (Dan Tuohy photo)
Stephen D. Clark June 29, 2014 at 06:03 am
Mazzaglia is a person. You might hate him, but it doesn't change that fact. You'd kill someone toRead More save a nickel because you judge him bad.
Stephen D. Clark June 29, 2014 at 06:06 am
That's just a word game response. Mazzaglia is a person. You might hate him, but it doesn't changeRead More that fact.
skram bled June 29, 2014 at 09:58 am
My stance is that life in prison with no possibility of parole or early release is a much greaterRead More punishment than just executing him. All moral arguments on the death penalty aside, the death penalty is the easy way out for him. Life in prison means his life is, for all purposes, over, and I would rather he suffer the rest of his non-existent, miserable life in a cage than give him a painless, quick way out by executing him.
Seth Mazzaglia and Kathryn McDonough booking photos. Dover Police.
Liz Pierce July 6, 2014 at 08:24 am
Kat McDonough should have gotten Life Without the possibility of parole...also!!!!
Old Pizza July 6, 2014 at 11:46 am
Without the plea deal, the state would not have had her testimony. And without her testimonyRead More Mazzaglia would not have been convicted. Sure, she deserves more. But one of them behind bars is better than none. And the worst one is off the streets for good.
A scene from Bike Week 2014. Credit: YouTube.com
Joe A. (Average) June 27, 2014 at 04:54 pm
This shows that our state is being run well and I think if Scott Brown comes in we will have moreRead More problems to deal with than we do now!
Left to right:  Josh Perry, Alan Perry, Ashley Perry, Damian Perry, and E. Allan Perry. Salem (NH) Police Booking photos.
Donad Ray Griffin June 22, 2014 at 03:11 pm
Inbreeds - They walk among us.
wm as it is. June 23, 2014 at 01:35 pm
see what socialism breeds.
FedUpRealist June 23, 2014 at 05:26 pm
The Fiberal Dumbercrats Utopia - a permanent class of dependents!!!! Keep 'em stupid and give 'emRead More free stuff and they'll vote dumbercrat until the family gene pool hits lotto or occupy a jail cell...
Brittany Macintyre, 20, of 18 Orange Street, Nashua, N.H. (Tewksbury Police Photo)
Ray Guarino June 14, 2014 at 11:56 am
I just can't get enough of kicking people when they are already in the gutter. It's so much fun, andRead More it tells the world so much about me. It takes a lot of "courage" to trash people who need help. That's what makes America such a Christian nation, we are so full of Christian compassion for our fellow citizens. The political party that says America is not Christian enough is just chock full of people with so much "Christian fellowship" it makes us want to puke. Let's all get in on the fun kicking people who are already down.
Old Pizza June 15, 2014 at 09:09 am
Drug addiction may be officially classified as a "disease", but it's a voluntarilyRead More contracted "disease". You don't "catch" it like you do most diseases. You deliberately and voluntarily infect yourself with it by your conscious choice. I don't feel sorry for someone who uses the services of a prostitute and then comes down with an STD. And I don't feel sorry for a person who deliberately starts using illegal drugs and winds up with a habit. They were warned; they knew the dangers; they were aware of the probable outcome; they made the choice with their own free will. Their actions were deliberate. They are a curse on society.
Val June 16, 2014 at 12:48 pm
Those that haven’t been in this place should be thankful they have never felt the pain toRead More drive them to addiction, and have a little compassion for those that are trapped in this cycle of sickness. As "JK" said, she is "chasing the high". I'm not a drug user or alcoholic, so I can understand how people “don’t get it” and blame the addict. I did too before I became educated. I have been through a rehab program with loved ones (a few times) and I learned through this program about how this happens. Both drug and alcohol abusers start out self-medicating to ease whatever pain they’re in, be it physical or mental. Some also start doing it to “fit in” or “to be cool” because of peer pressure and get trapped. What I was told (by a former/recovering addict and drug counselor) about certain drugs vs. alcohol is that once you’ve experienced that first "high", it is better than any feeling you've ever had in your life. But the catch is that you will never be able to obtain that same level of “high” again. The addict will continue to “chase the high”, trying in vain, to re-live the first high until they either die or enter recovery. Yes, the person initially makes a conscious choice to do the drug(s)/drinking for whatever reason; but nobody ever thinks they will become addicted, or that they will stoop to any level to feed their addiction. They think that it only happens to OTHER PEOPLE, not to them! They think that they will just STOP because they think that they are strong enough to control it, but when they try, the drive is so strong that they can't. They are physically/mentally addicted and will do ANYTHING to get that high again. They NO LONGER HAVE A CHOICE at this point. Some of you think this poor woman choses to do God knows what to feed this demon? I think NOT!! Ask yourself, who would chose to continue this path if they thought they could change it? I pray she is able to get the help she needs before it’s too late.
Marsalis Johnson. U.S. Marshal's photo.
Heather June 11, 2014 at 03:54 pm
He doesn't look black so why is race filled in as black?
Snag man June 11, 2014 at 05:30 pm
Oooooh.... neck and hand tats, with a Bieber pose... dang dude, you are so cool. .....OK, no, youRead More are an idiotic lemming.
Old Pizza June 11, 2014 at 08:56 pm
Isn't he really special? After all, how many people can claim to be a complete idiot?
Seth Mazzaglia and Kathryn McDonough booking photos. Dover Police.
Old Pizza June 11, 2014 at 05:22 pm
Barth has gone on for days and days in a horribly boring line of questioning with the objective ofRead More showing McDonough lied in her previous testimony - a fact that she has already admitted to. I'm sure the jury is bored to death and half asleep at this point. He certainly isn't scoring any points for the defense. On the contrary, he's probably helping the prosecution by annoying the jury. Listening to her tell both renditions of how Lizzi died, I believe the one she is currently telling in court to be the truth. Barth has tried time and time again to trip her up and has failed. Granted, he doesn't have much on his side to work with, but to go on and on with this line of questioning is not helping his cause at all.
Seth Mazzaglia and Kathryn McDonough booking photos. Dover Police.
Mehy June 10, 2014 at 12:42 pm
They are both not human, they are animals. Put them down like dogs, which they are.
Jimmy Stevens June 10, 2014 at 12:50 pm
Whoa, that's a little unfair to dogs.
CBS News2 video photo
KPez June 10, 2014 at 06:42 pm
Sorry, I didn't read all that. Your first 2 lines proved you read what into my comments what youRead More wanted to. If you read carefully you would see that I was not biased. I actually didn't take a side. I simply said it was still under investigation and that all the facts are not known. My second comment is also indicative of me not being biased. I am not easily baited into senseless debate Sorry if you thought addressing me would cause me to engage.
Brookhaven999 June 11, 2014 at 07:39 am
Kristen wrote:"Your first 2 lines proved you read what into my comments what you wantedRead More to." Oh, really? The first 2 lines I wrote were "my uncle was a Teamster all his life, and I've known many tractor-trailer drivers but I'll be the LAST one to start..." So, you did read my entore posting. And more comedy:"Sorry if you thought addressing me would cause me to engage." I found your first posting ridiculous and extremely biased and I wrote a rebuttal. You didn't have to become provoked, but you obviously were :-).
KPez June 11, 2014 at 10:58 am
OK sorry, the first 3 lines. I quit reading at biased & clairvoyant. Listen, I am sure that yourRead More views are quite valid (I am not being sarcastic). I am also quite sure you have your own bias, as we all do. You mistakenly assume that I am provoked. In my experience people who start of with a subtly insulting question intend it to provoke. So I stopped right there in order to avoid becoming provoked and engaging in pointless debate, and in competition to see who can come with the best subtle zinger (because in my own pride I know I have a propensity to do so - which is not a good quality). Maybe had you asked a different question that didn't seem so insulting I would have read the rest. I made no declaration of who was was at fault in the case because this particular article only said that it was under investigation and there was no cause listed (but maybe I misread it). Also I did not read any other articles, and any other "facts" brought to bear were from comments of others who claimed to read other articles or some special knowledge (note they didn't site their sources so I have no way to validate them). So in regard to this case, no, I am not biased. Like you, I was not there. Now if you want claim that I have other bias, I may grant you that. For instance, I am bias against New Jersey drivers, but saying that does not have any bearing on the facts in this particular case nor does another truck drivers experiences. I am sure there are a number of things in my comments that others would not agree with, just as I disagree with or hold in contempt some of the comments made by others on this thread.
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