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July 23, 2014 at 11:58 a.m.
Why would McNally care? He'll be going to jail when his Cuyahoga County Court case is finished.
July 9, 2014 at 5:38 a.m.
To Robert Connelly:
Hey, Bob, a second year journalism student can use a television at a Vindicator office and write the same piece you did. If this article is the best example you can provide for investigative journalism, then go back to school and get a real journalism degree. And, the Vindicator the best newspaper in Ohio? By whose standard?!
July 6, 2014 at 6:27 a.m.
Commend the Austintown Police Department for injecting hyperbole at every turn?! Not in a million years. Granted, Andrei shouldn't have been "allegedly" beating on a four year old, if it's even proven that's what happened. If you listen to Mark Skowron, there were lots of "handprints." Makes for a great sound bite in the media. The empty gun case, all hyperbole to get the task force in there. Make no mistake, Skowron and his gang were hoping Andrei would make a mistake so they could shoot up the place and teach this do do a lesson even though he hadn't even had a hearing to determine if he actually beat the child.
It is moronic people like NoName99 who applaud the police when they constantly abuse their authority. Just when is enough enough with these cops? They just love beating prostrate women (California Highway Patrol), drunks in wheelchairs (Duluth Police Department), and dragging parapallegics from cars and beating them (Youngstown Police Department). NoName99 would be singing a different tune if Austintown cops turned their attention to him or her.
And, the Vindicator?! A standoff?! What standoff?! I have to deeply criticize the Vindicator reporter for lack of imagination. The title of the article and it's content was ripped straight from a WKBN video report. If you listen to these moronic media outlets like WKBN and the Vindicator, you'd think it was the Wild West all over again in Austintown. The media made this situation no better.
So to NoName99 and your simpleton analysis, revisit what just happened: Mindless idiots at Austintown Police Department amped this up because they wanted to put Andrei in the ground. Is this the personification of our American justice system? It sounds more like anarchy to me.
July 6, 2014 at 6:19 a.m.
A proud moment for all--John, APD, the task force, Austintown's Chief of Police, John's wife, and the neighbor who just didn't want to see John shot up by trigger happy task force members. Yeah, a proud moment for the community.
July 5, 2014 at 3:43 p.m.
Nice to see Austintown has a bunch of candy a-- keystone cops who aren't capable of arresting a man on simple domestic violence. This story is one of mindless escalation and a revelation that Austintown is becoming a police state. Was it really necessary to arrest half the neighborhood too? Are these guys morons?
July 5, 2014 at 1:43 p.m.
What this editorial overlooks is a massive trend of corporations to hire people on a temporary basis. If an analysis were performed to determine who has full-time employment, readers would be shocked at the statistics. Another downside to temp employment is the constant layoffs that perpetuate poverty. There is something seriously messed up about this country and what politicians aren't doing.
July 2, 2014 at 2:17 a.m.
Anywhere you see Scott Essad as an attorney, expect some lying.
June 25, 2014 at 5:03 a.m.
"Save your ink," McNally says. As more is divulged, one can easily see that McNally is just as crooked as the rest of the leaders currently in power with this incestuous Democractic Party lineup we have in Mahoning County. Divulging a confidential bid, and as a lawyer, McNally has proven to be just as evil as the rest. "Save your ink," he says? In my estimation, he has to be the biggest moron of the group charged with corruption here.
June 15, 2014 at 7:58 a.m.
I hope the judge sets all their bonds at $1 million. That would wake them up.
May 28, 2014 at 6:54 a.m.