Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Layton Family Considers Lawsuit After Son Absolved Over Drugging Accusation

Should the dumbasses of the Clearfield Police Department pay for Mr. Ukena's upcoming mission?  We say YES.  Howbout You?

Another Standard-Examiner story invoking the mantra "Screw the Cops."
Mr. Ukena, the exonerated former defendant, said he will return to work at Subway until November, when he’ll leave to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New York.

Whattaya think, people? Should the dumbasses of the
Clearfield Police Department pay for Mr. Ukena's upcoming mission?

Another Standard-Examiner story invoking the mantra "Screw the Cops."

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