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When You Least Expect It, You’re Elected!

"Sometimes it takes a natural disaster to reveal a social disaster" - Jim Wallis   Last night a young man put his car into the ditch in front of me striking a phone pole head on. His airbag saved him. Being that we were in a rural area, it took 10 minutes for EMS to [...]

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The Camera As A Witness – Part III

“Whether the knife falls on the melon or the melon on the knife, the melon suffers” – African Proverb   On July 6, 2015, Haverhill, New Hampshire police officers Ryan Jarvis and Greg Collins responded to a traffic accident on Route 302 near Bath. Dispatch informed them that the scene could not be secured as [...]

The Camera As A Witness – Part II

“Great services are not cancelled by one act or by one single error.” - Benjamin Disraeli   On May 31st, 2015, two Palestine, TX, police officers shot and killed James Bushey (47). Bushy was suspected of shoplifting beer from a local WalMart, and reported by witnesses to have fled and entered a nearby Applebees where [...]