9.14.2006

Whoopsie

So you have a murder in Prince William County. Thankfully, the people of Prince William can sleep safe and sound knowing that authorities had detained the alleged murderer, a Mr. Christopher T. Broady. The courts can now dispense some Virginia justice and everyone can give themselves a nice pat on the back for a job well done.

Or you could just release him by accident. Whatever works.

Prince William officials decided to take the latter route. There was quite the little mix-up between prison officials and prosecutors who had arraigned Broady in two different courts. Now Broady's as free as a bird and no one has any clue where he could be.

"He could be anywhere. He could be in Arizona, Mexico, South America," Prince William Commonwealth's Attorney Paul B. Ebert (D) said.

Ebert chose faraway places. Let me change the quote around to make it scarier (and probably more accurate):

He could be anywhere. He could be in Georgetown, Prince George's County, underneath your bed.

I wonder what Jail Superintendent Charles Land has to say for himself:

"I think of course this is again an unfortunate case," Land said. "We are crowded, but I feel we run a safe agency, and I think the community is safe.

You think the community is safe? You just released a murderer into Northern Virginia! That's like the least safe thing a jail superintendent can do. I can't believe this guy has the nerve to say that everything is hunky-dorey.

By the way, Charles Land is running the same prison that held a guy in jail for an extra two months for the crime of being Hispanic. I hate Virginia.

Anyways if you see this guy, there's a $1,000 reward for any information that leads to his arrest. I have no idea why the reward is so low. Probably because he didn't kill a white guy.

46 comments:

  1. This is the worst kind of mistake!! How could one be so stupid? Whoever released this MURDERER accidentally should be fired. What kind of justice is this to the family of the person he killed?!

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  2. krystalkoons (a.k.a. pimp daddy)September 14, 2006

    At first, I thought you were finally posting a photo of yourself. (So that explains everything, I thought. :)

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  3. Jesus of AustinSeptember 14, 2006

    I think it's ironic how all kinds of Mexican criminal rings operate in the United States but whenever our criminals run from the law they head for Mexico.

    It's almost a fair exchange.

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  4. You'll love this. Sources inside the jail say that his sister is ALSO incarcerated (the family that... nah) at the PWADC.

    SHE asked to be interviewed (highly suspect) but says he's hiding out not in some distant locale, but in Manassas park and won't go without a fight.

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  5. krystalkoons (a.k.a. pimp daddy)September 14, 2006

    Oh, that's interesting. My dad is incarcerated at that very facility. Small world!

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  6. Warden's Brother-in-lawSeptember 14, 2006

    You know what, Rusty? You're such an asshole. You've never made a mistake in your life. Jesus H. Christ.

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  7. He shot the guy in an "alleged" drug dispute. At least the person he killed probably deserved it. Maybe he'll do some good while he's out and start popping off some MS-13 members in Northern VA.

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  8. Jesus of AustinSeptember 14, 2006

    That's wishful thinking, my friend. More than likely he'll "pop off" some taxpayers, college ladies or some innocent puppies.

    They need to deport those ms-13 guys, word up.

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  9. Has anyone at the corrections department investigated if this could have been an inside job?

    Also, I've never seen a murderer's bounty set so low! My god, what makes bail? $50?

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  10. well, at least in VIrginia I have the right (and the intent) to defend myself and my family if this savage attacks us since its obvious once again that the state is wholly incapable of doing so.

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  11. How much you want to bet the Gun our boy used was purchased illegaly?

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  12. We love the cock!

    B=====>

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  13. Jesus of AustinSeptember 14, 2006

    The feds need to put a lot of those fellows on airplanes for a return trip to their countries of origin.

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  14. Countries of origin? What are you talking about?

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  15. Rusty, my child, many members of MS-13 are either aliens or illegal aliens from Central America.

    This is based upon solid research.

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  16. sorry, i was talking about ms-13 there in response to another commentator.

    yes, the other fella is our own home-grown american boy, god bless him.

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  17. Yeah, that's where the misunderstanding was.

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  18. It boils down to inattention. They almost released another dangerous subject a while back because the inmate had switched ID bracelets with someone else.

    They didn't catch the fact that he wasn't the guy that was SUPPOSED to be released until he was almost out of the building.

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  19. A little off topic, but what the hell.....

    We have stiffer penalties for felonies when committed with a firearm. We have stiffer penalties for hate crimes. Why not stiffer penalities for gang related crimes? Not that it would do any good, but it would make me feel better to see these little maggot turds locked up for the rest of their pathetic and worthless lives.

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  20. jesus--
    tell me you are joking about the deportation. thats how ms-13 became the international problem that we have today. instead of confronting the issue of racial segregation (sound familiar dc residents?), hispanics, and specificially those from el salvador, formed their own neighborhoods which rivaled one another, hence gangs. by deporting the leaders of ms-13, the gang has only become more popular as pockets appear not only throughout latin america, but in france and other parts of europe as well. so next time think for a minute before agreeing with the way our government is handling an important issue. im sure you will quickly find that they arent doing a very good job

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  21. Jesus of AustinSeptember 14, 2006

    You're right, anonymous. Rather than deporting them, let's let them rot in jail.

    Seriously, I appreciate a "reality-based," academic approach to a problem. You're saying incarceration here makes more sense for taxpayers?

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  22. Jesus of AustinSeptember 14, 2006

    Anonymous,

    Isn't the job of the U.S. government to look after the interests of U.S. citizens?

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  23. Jesus of AustinSeptember 14, 2006

    Anonymous,

    Shouldn't they be incarcerated in their countries of origin at the expense of their countries of origin?

    I mean, ideally. But I see your point.

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  24. Oh come on, anonymous.

    How can we "confront the issue of racial segregation" when these fucking deadbeats refuse to learn English and our government lets them get away with it? Of course they will not assimilate into society. They have no desire to. THAT is the problem.

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  25. More whiny white guilt from Rusty. Waah waaah waaah.

    Yes, we're all glad you hate Virginia Rusty, but when you run from the cops in VA, you better run hard because those pipe-hittin' staties will chase your ass all the way to key west. Oh, you mean they light up people in VA? Oh, gee whiz, that's just turrble.

    See, the reason this is news is because it happened in Virginia, not D.C. Shit, leaving the door open at DC jail is a damn pasttime for this place. That and not solving murders. Ever.

    Who needs Kinshasa when you have D.C. The Third World local government in your own backyard.

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  26. It's not fair to insinuate that Rusty is a tolerant liberal intellectual. I have it on good word that he's really a white supremacist. You Virginian's should like that.

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  27. Captain TardoSeptember 15, 2006

    "Maybe he'll do some good while he's out and start popping off some MS-13 members in Northern VA."

    LOL!

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  28. Rusty, I didn't read the post but that's a lovely doe-eyed picture of you!

    God bless!

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  29. Ted Kennedy's LiverSeptember 15, 2006

    "You Virginian's should like that. "

    Using the possessive apostrophe for a plural--clear sign of turdheadedness.

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  30. Using the double dash instead of a colon is equally turdheadness. So is using the word turdheadness (not a real word) in a sentence.

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  31. what kind of loser criticizes spelling/grammar on a comment board?

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  32. Ted Kennedy's LiverSeptember 15, 2006

    Ted Kennedy's liver does, shitnose!

    LOL

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  33. whitey mcwhiteSeptember 16, 2006

    Yo, Rust. You think it's a problem that the only time you show a photo of a black man on the blog, or a photo of anyone, as far as I can tell, it's a "criminal"?

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  34. whitey,

    If the shoe fits......

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  35. I'm showing him because he's a fugitive. He happens to be a black one. Let's not add race into the conversation where it doesn't belong.

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  36. krystalkoons (a.k.a. pimp daddy)September 18, 2006

    Using the double dash instead of a colon is equally turdheadness. So is using the word turdheadness (not a real word) in a sentence.

    there's no such thing as the "double slash." I think you meant to say double hyphen.... But the (single) dash has it's place and a colon is not always appropriate.

    If you knew more about grammar you'd realize that.

    And yes, turdhead is a lousy concept. I think that's the old krystal koons.

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  37. Well, next time a white fugitive breaks out of a D.C. prison we'll just have to hold Rusty accountable, eh?

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  38. Return to senderSeptember 18, 2006

    Uh-oh, the guy making fun of Ted Kennedy sounds like the former Krystal Koons.

    I thought I told you to git!

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  39. Whitey McWhiteSeptember 18, 2006

    aw, c'mon, rust, show us that that AU degree did indeed involve you studying some critical race theory. If you did, you'd know that a basic tenet of the field--as basic as knowing the elements in physics--is that race is never not there in the u.s. context, but that it always is--and that the best cultural commentators, be it in a blog or at a bar, are constantly attuned to how their language is always racialized. In this instance, the utter lack of any "faces" in the blog over the recent course of its history, and then the sudden inclusion of a black man's face typed as "criminal," means that you are (however unwittingly) reproducing the unique U.S. pahtology of identifying black men above all with criminality. It's, at best, a clumsy move, rust. Indeed, it's what GPB did with Willie Horton--albeit a "lite," bloggy version.

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  40. Oh my god-Reading these comments made me laugh more than I have while reading blog posts proper in a long time!

    Glad this is a virtual space, otherwise I'd be hiding under the table.

    K

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  41. Well, speaking of AU and race theory. I have a graduate degree from AU and once read a book about race written by a couple of professors there (a black woman and a Jewish man). Forget what it was called.

    Anyway, they allowed (though they hated to admit it) that black men are eight or nine times more likely to murder someone than a white man.

    They quoted Jesse Jackson, who said that even he was relieved sometimes to turn and see a white man following him down a street at night.

    I agree w/ your points but all I can say is that I don't feel guilty. I'm an animal like that.

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  42. un-fucking-believable. Blacks commit an astounding amount more crimes around here than whites. Maybe Rusty hasn't had a photo of a white criminal because they are too hard to find?????

    Get real, folks.

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  43. Perhaps the fellow should have studied critical buggary theory.

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  44. that's a nice picture of you. do you have a sister?

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  45. Whitey McWhiteSeptember 19, 2006

    Man, you are a bunch of ignorant mofos! And, for the record, do you think Rust's predecessor James would ever have done the Willie Horton thing? Hell know. My man Jams was intelligent! My man Rust is a mediocre talent--an average dude, sad to say. And so I bid farewell to this blog. I gave it a shot, didn't want to be one of those post-James haters. But it is what it is.

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  46. "Hell know."--Whitey McWhite

    That cracked me up, buddy.

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