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Stephen Kruiser

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October 15, 2013 - 8:43 pm

They don’t tell them this in the academy?

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s lieutenant is among more than 20 people who were arrested during a prostitution sting in Riverside County last week.
Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore says 49-year-old Michael Strickland has been suspended with pay and working from home until his case is resolved.

Strickland was arrested at a motel in Moreno Valley after authorities received complaints of loitering, drug activity and prostitution there. The majority of those arrested were cited and released. Four men were booked into jail for investigation of selling marijuana.

Strickland, who lives in Riverside County, is a lieutenant at the sheriff’s Industry substation.

Forty nine years old too. The more you read the news the more is seems like common sense left the building with Elvis.

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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"...49-year-old Michael Strickland has been suspended with pay and working from home until his case is resolved." More time for him to spend wanking off while accessing porn on the Internet which, if he had bee doing that in the first place, he wouldn't have been arrested in a prostitute sting.
44 weeks ago
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...wanking off while accessing porn...

Gee. The article did not say anything about porn or wanking. I wonder where those subjects got birthed? Can you say "in my head"?

By the way, why is it any of your business what anyone is reading while wanking? You seem to be obsessed with this kind of thing. Where is that coming from?
44 weeks ago
44 weeks ago Link To Comment
Life is not rocket science.

Tell me again why anyone should be arrested for using a prostitute?

Or has PJMedia decided to become a haven for prudes and apologists for big government that involves itself in the victimless choices of Americans?

Kruiser? Is that you?
44 weeks ago
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"Tell me again why anyone should be arrested for using a prostitute?" Maybe because it just happens to be illegal in Riverside County? One can argue about whether or not prostitution should be illegal (I believe that it's not a "victimless crime"), but a 49-year-old sheriff's lieutenant should have known better than to take the chance of being arrested for breaking a law (even if it's in another county) and embarrassing himself and his department. I suppose he could plead ignorance like George Costanza (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RvNS7JfcMM) and claim that he didn't know that "that sort of thing was frowned upon here".
44 weeks ago
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Stupid laws and the stupid people enamored with them don't make acceptable arguments.

If the sheriff's wife had been home, taking care of the sheriff maybe the sheriff would have chosen otherwise. Let that be a lesson to all you womyn [sic] out there. Either way, it should be his choice. Not yours. Get your noses out of our underpants.
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