Chief Comments on Brockman Bust
A little less than a year ago, the overdose death of a 28-year-old Alton woman apparently put an ordinance outlawing the sale of bath salts in the city on the fast track.
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#1 Mar 30, 2012
I think the recent busts are ok except for the fact we are allowing the illinois AG's office to conduct raids and perform illegal search and siezure when they have know proof that the product they are siezing is illegal. Just because it looks like a fish doesnt always make it a fish. We should stand up for our rights and take away governmental control peacefully. Its ok to enforce the law but only when its done illegally. Whether you like the product or not does not give you the right for illegally going in and taking possesion of it.
#2 Apr 2, 2012
Jerseyville is a very corrupt little town. The local cops are either very corrupt or very stupid or both corrupt and stupd. There is a Jerseyville Mafia that controls all the jobs and drugs in Jersey County and the Brockman family may be a part of that Mafia. If you want a good paying job with the city,county or state in Jersey County you either need to be related to a mafia member or pay then off. The Bank President who stole millions from Jersey State bank was connected to the Jerseyville Mafia
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