Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Okay, who let the chicken hawks out? Newsflash: Barrow a gomer magnet.

Top of the morning gents,

I'm getting paranoid. Is my infectious and sick humor merely hot air and runny bullshit or are we chuckling at aspects of arctic existence?

In just the last week, our local cop shop has been racing about serving warrants up the fucking ass. Lots of dipfucks getting cuffed and thumped for Failure to Appear and lots more dickweeds entangled in our Eskimo marijuana mafia.

When cops offer Get Out of Jail Free Cards to any chirping bird, the domino effect sends ripples of green shit through our collective village ass paint buckets.

The new twist in arrestive fever includes child poachers and baby gomers.

No shit. Like speeding tickets at the Indy 500, our NS brown shirts are picking up baby rapers faster'n selling shit to Eskimos and freezers to cow pastures. Adii, Slysdexia Karluk Puq Nigluq.

Whatever dudes. Since when were Alaska Piss Officers supposed to pick up and persecute the incontinent rights of infant splitters?

Take a peek below at the HUMONGOUS list of warrants and indictments our much beloved AST, ABI, NSPSO dick skinners punched out just this last week.

"Feeling better?"

"Better get me a bucket, I'm going to fucking puke!" (Monty Python). Same bat time. Same bat channel.

Inupiaqoochuk Attigignik seems to include children AND white trash losers.


Location: Prudoe Bay & Wasilla

Case number: 08-29709

Type: Possession of Child Pornography Investigation, Indictment

Text: In October, 2006, the Alaska Bureau of Investigation, Computer and
Financial Crime Unit (ABI CFCU) was asked by the North Slope Borough
Police Department to assist them in the investigation of Rheuben Morgan,
age 62 of Wasilla. During this time period, a USB thumb drive was found
outside of a Doyon Security vehicle in Prudoe Bay. The thumb drive was
searched and found to contain child pornography. The CFCU conducted and
examination of the thumb drive, as well as Morgan's laptop computer,
which was seized from his room on the North Slope. Many images of child
pornography were found during the search.

On 9-4-08, a Barrow Grand Jury indicted Morgan on 20 counts of
Possession of Child Pornography. Morgan was issued a summons to appear
in court.

Received Friday, September 05, 2008 9:05 AM and posted Friday, September 05, 2008 9:41 AM


Eielson airman gets prison, demotion for child porn possession
By Staff report

Published Thursday, September 4, 2008

FAIRBANKS — A 23-year-old senior airman on Eielson Air Force Base was convicted last week of possessing child pornography, a military spokesman confirmed Wednesday.

Jeremy Scott Russell was sentenced in a military court to a year in a prison.

He was demoted to basic airman and is being dishonorably discharged, according to Eielson spokesman Lt. Frank Hartnett.

“He will be confined in a military facility,” Hartnett said.

Sgt. Ron Tidler of the Anchorage Police Department said Russell was accused of trading child pornography on the Internet.

Tidler heads a statewide cyber crimes task force.

Russell’s computer was seized in 2006, but civilian authorities handed off the case to military authorities for adjudication, Tidler said.


North Slope worker wanted by police

Anchorage Daily News

Published: September 5th, 2008 01:43 AM
Last Modified: September 5th, 2008 02:10 AM

Police are looking for a North Slope worker wanted on charges of possessing child pornography, according to the Alaska Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

Jess Peacock, 24, of Barrow, is wanted on a $25,000 warrant issued Tuesday for two counts of possessing child pornography, Anchorage police detective Sgt. Ron Tidler said.

An investigation revealed that Peacock was downloading pornographic images while at work at the Kuparak oil field camp, Tidler said. Officers working with Conoco Phillips officials in June discovered a laptop computer in his quarters that was in the process of downloading child porn, Tidler said.

A forensic examination of the computer and other evidence was completed Tuesday and a judge issued a warrant for his arrest, he said.

Police think Peacock might be in the North Slope Borough or possibly the Fairbanks area. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call police at 907-786-8900.


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