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#1 I hope a fund raising effort is being made in Santa Fe for these two employees.
Posted by dacama 2012-05-28 15:09||
#2 Santa Fe - the Deep Blue of New Mexico
Posted by Procopius2k 2012-05-28 15:20||
#3 P2K you're some kind of Tejano---you hate NM so much?
Posted by g(r)omgoru 2012-05-28 15:54||
#4 It's pretty clear that many of our public officials have completely lost any sense of justice or morality. The Professor sometimes mentions tar & feathers. These public officials are abusing those they were hired or elected to protect. The return of "vigilance committees" may not be far off.
Posted by PBMcL 2012-05-28 17:19||
#5 No, g(r)om. I've made it my home, but its not perfect. No place is perfect. It's all a trade off. I've found far more to appreciate than not to. Please don't tell the Californistas abandoning the Golden State. Fortunately, there was no big housing boom here and some of the locals got smart and prohibited 'development' unless the people could come up with 'new' water to accommodate their designs.
Call'm as I see them. Santa Fe is to NM what Austin is to Texas and I don't mean as in 'the state capital'.
Posted by Procopius2k 2012-05-28 18:29||
#6 A local photographer involved in the incident said lamented that only hotel employees, "working stiffs" who were "just trying to protect the diners" and their business, are now facing charges.
More pinheaded devotion to the letter of the law instead of the spirit. The system is broken all the way from the police to the judges. I would love to see if any of these folks could even make it out of the house in the morning without breaking some kind of law.
Posted by gorb 2012-05-28 20:37||