belizianese's comment history

belizianese said...

Now if those other criminals could be exposed for exploiting and abusing the poor. Such as those poor living in public housing who are being routinely kicked out by manangement as an intimidation technique for complaining about abuses. Those extended stay hotels would be needed so much or not in business at all if the poor weren't being routinely having their leases terminated and being kicked out of their public housing apartments.

February 6, 2011 at 12:58 p.m.
belizianese said...

A very major problem with police being hired straight from teh military or are parttime military in America is they've come to operate more like an emotionaly unstable occupying force that goes in to destablize a country rather than peace officer assigned to keeping the peace and upholdin the laws of the land. Things need fixing on that end for a better more stablized America.

February 6, 2011 at 12:45 p.m.
belizianese said...

"Coming from the United States, you expect the police to ask questions and look at the situation and see what's going on," Boutz said. "None of that."


Police don't do that in America either Mrs. Boutz. Maybe those police in Belize received their training in America.

January 29, 2011 at 4:38 p.m.
belizianese said...

Maybe those Belize police were trained by America's police? My aunt was illegally arrested and illegally held in a local American jail where her family members were emotionally and psychologically tortured for well over a period of 13 hours with misinformation when they called to check on her well being after learning of her arrest. Once we were informed she'd been taken to a local hospital, which was not true. Another time, we were told they had no such person on record at the jail.

January 12, 2011 at 10:42 a.m.
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