I Hate Saying I Told You SoJune 3rd, 2011 at 1:04 am by Brian
We’re a little over a year removed from the Great Nashville Flood of 2010. Through it all, I remember the countless visions of neighbors helping neighbors. That didn’t include Police Chief Ronal Serpas who abandoned the city a week after the rains hit for greener, golder and purpler pastures.
No, that was the first sign that the city was recovering. As I watched the turd of his ascendancy, buoyed by the rising waters of the Cumberland River, as it floated towards the bowl of New Orleans – I couldn’t help but feel sorry for them
May 15th, 2010 “And This Little Piggy Went Wee, Wee, Wee All The Way Home”
What has happened (to New Orleans)recently??? I’m at a loss unless…wait…there was something that happened just this last week:
Nashville Police Chief Ronal Serpas takes job in New Orleans
Did the bouquet resemble fried bologna, Old Spice, jowl sweat and feet? Because if it did, I think we’ve found our culprit.
For a city that prides itself on bacchanalian revelry, the stale sock of Chief Teetotaler is about to drape across the nose of your good time for the foreseeable future.
I’d say to prepare for the jump in violent crime and unsolved murders too (our’s is close to 40% now), but thanks to the Legacy of Naginomics you all should be ready to make that drunken, hobo stumble into Chicago gangland numbers.
Congratulations to your up and coming funeral home industry and may it replace all the French Quarter businesses forced to close once he starts enacting the same DUI laws that he did here.
Damn, it sucks to be so right.
New Orleans murder studies show rate is 10 times national average
Published: Saturday, March 26, 2011, 1:45 PM
How prevalent is it? How do police stop it? What can be done?
The two analyses, the result of months-long studies conducted late last year by the federal government, attempt to shed light on the myriad factors that conspire to make New Orleans the nation’s most murderous city.
With reams of data and statistics, federal experts determined that New Orleans’ homicide rate is 10 times higher than the national rate and five times higher than the rate for comparably sized cities.
This is just for starters. Serpas has only been there a year. His solution is going to be to break out a computer and start feeding it garbage statistics to make you forget all those bodies you’ll be seeing on the news every night by putting a COMSTAT graphic on the Internet to make you think he’s doing something. And prepare for a full-scale assault by NOPD to bring the full, pedantic force of traffic law enforcement down on the heads of the
citizenry scofflaws to solve the murder problem.
It makes sense as Serpas was recently and curiously cleared of any wrongdoing in a scandal where the contract for reviewing traffic tickets was awarded to his best friend and a myriad of other double-dipping, doling out sweetcake off-duty police work assignment scandals that might sink the average bullshitter.
Indeed, NOLA. It sucks to be you. Flush Serpas now before he starts lulling you into a false sense of security by repeatedly defining rapes and sexual assaults down to “Matters Of Record” like he did to juke the stats here.