Humboldt County Jail Reports: Daily Booking Sheet – December 5, 2023

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Humboldt County Correctional Facility [Photo by Mark McKenna]

The Humboldt County Correctional Facility’s Daily Booking Sheet. This is information from the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department. This shows individuals booked into the jail or given supervised release. Any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty: Click the arrows on the lower left-hand side to see more. It may take a few seconds to load:

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tru matters
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tru matters
2 months ago

On this day in 1936 the great Little Richard was born.

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tru matters
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tru matters
2 months ago
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Motorists traveling through Last Chance Grade south of Crescent City will have to contend with one-way controlled traffic on U.S. 101 for a few days, a Caltrans spokesman said Monday.
And they will have more rain to contend with starting tonight. NWS issued another flood watch.

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
2 months ago
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Bidenomics has made national debt interest expense more expensive than even our defense spending, which is already more than the next four highest defense spending countries combined. The correlation with Senile Uncle Joe assuming office is perfect and causation being Bidenomics that’s put the US on a path to endless HyperBidenflation with explosive monetary expansion followed by default on our debt when treasury interest expense displaces both defense and domestic program spending.
Joe Biden did that!

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PenguinnD
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2 months ago
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Pffffft

D'Tucker Jebs
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2 months ago

Happy Repeal Day!
Today is the anniversary of the ratification of the 21st amendment which overturned Prohibition.

tru matters
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tru matters
2 months ago
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I will drink to that…..

SoHumAlisterCrowleySubdivision
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SoHumAlisterCrowleySubdivision
2 months ago

I support the current thing and will be adding it to my profile pic to show everyone. Anyone know the current thing? Ukraine seems to be out of style now same with pride flags.

BudD
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Bud
2 months ago

Thought crimes and global warming are still popular.

Oh, and supporting the Palestinian insurrection is very trendy…

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HotCoffee
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2 months ago
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About that global warming thing …………………….

Congress at the urging of the Biden administration agreed in 2021 to spend $7.5 billion to build tens of thousands of electric vehicle chargers across the country, aiming to appease anxious drivers while tackling climate change.
Two years later, the program has yet to install a single charger.
States and the charger industry blame the delays mostly on the labyrinth of new contracting and performance requirements they have to navigate to receive federal funds. While federal officials have authorized more than $2 billion of the funds to be sent to states, fewer than half of states have even started to take bids from contractors to build the chargers — let alone begin construction.

Consumer demand for electric vehicles is rising in the United States, necessitating six times as many chargers on its roads by the end of the decade, according to federal estimates. But not a single charger funded by the bipartisan infrastructure law has come online and odds are they will not be able to start powering Americans’ vehicles until at least 2024.
Getting chargers up and running across the country is essential to reaching President Joe Biden’s goal of having half the vehicles sold in the United States be electric by the end of the decade — a key cog of his climate agenda. Americans consistently say the lack of charging infrastructure is one of the top reasons they won’t buy an electric car.

https://www.politico.com/news/2023/12/05/congress-ev-chargers-billions-00129996

HotCoffee
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HotCoffee
2 months ago

Sean Fisher
Mon, December 4, 2023 at 12:00 PM PST·2 min read

Warren Buffett, renowned investor and business tycoon, is no stranger to sharing his insights on various economic and fiscal issues. In an interview with Becky Quick on CNBC, Buffett proposed a daring strategy for addressing the persistent problem of America’s deficit.

Buffett stated, “I could end the deficit in five minutes. You just pass a law that says that anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of GDP all sitting members of congress are ineligible for reelection.” A comment made in 2011 but has been making the rounds on X (previously Twitter), feeling more relevant than ever in today’s inflation and debt filled economic climate — a climate which will be a major talking point in next years 2024 Presidential elections — and perhaps taking a few pointers from Mr. Buffett here will be the way to sway the polls.
But what exactly is the plan?

The Essence of Buffett’s PlanA Matter of Accountability
At its core, Buffett’s plan is about accountability. The current members of Congress would be incentivized to maintain a deficit under 3% of GDP, or risk losing their chance at reelection. This rule would increase lawmakers’ responsibility for fiscal policies, as their political future would hinge on their ability to manage the nation’s debt.

The Power of Incentives
Buffett’s strategy leans heavily into the power of incentives. By tying the prospect of reelection to the country’s economic health, lawmakers would be encouraged to prioritize fiscal responsibility, promoting strategies that align with long-term sustainability over short-term political gain.

Potential Implications and Challenges
Read more here

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/warren-buffett-financial-plan-eliminate-200013178.html

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Me
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Me
2 months ago
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But if members of congress can’t be reelected, then the newbies would need to learn the ropes, and not much would get done.
Oh, wait…

HotCoffee
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HotCoffee
2 months ago

So Liz Cheney and her daddy are pushing her new book, Hmm

Bush and Cheney were not misled by flawed intelligence; they were promoting false information.
David Corn March 20, 2023

Let’s take a look at what the left wing has said.

Twenty years ago this week, Bush and his sidekick Vice President Dick Cheney launched a war against Iraq. They greased the way to this tragic conflagration with the false claims that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein possessed an arsenal of weapons of mass destruction that directly threatened the United States, and that he was in league with al Qaeda, the perpetrators of the horrific September 11 attack. Their invasion, which led to the deaths of over 4,000 American soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians—and the violence and instability in the region that resulted in ISIS—is now widely considered to have been a strategic blunder of immense proportions. Three months before he died in 2018, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz), a leading advocate of the war and the post-invasion troop surge, published his final book, The Restless Wave, which included a self-damning verdict: “The principal reason for invading Iraq, that Saddam [Hussein] had WMD, was wrong. The war, with its cost in lives and treasure and security, can’t be judged as anything other than a mistake, a very serious one, and I have to accept my share of the blame for it.”
Other one-time cheerleaders for the Iraq war have voiced regret and, occasionally, shame. In a 2018 book, Max Boot, an analyst who was once deeply ensconced in the world of neocon foreign policy, wrote, “I can finally acknowledge the obvious: It was all a big mistake. Saddam Hussein was heinous, but Iraq was better off under his tyrannical rule than the chaos that followed. I regret advocating the invasion and feel guilty about all the lives lost.” Three years earlier, New York Times columnist David Brooks, who had been a loud (and naive) beater of the war drums in 2003, opined, “[T]he decision to go to war was a clear misjudgment.” Last week, in the Atlantic, David Frum, the pro-war speechwriter for Bush who coined the “Axis of Evil” phrase that justified targeting Iraq (and North Korea and Iran), noted the decision to invade was “plainly” unwise and that the war was a “misadventure.”
Let’s give one or two hurrahs for those who can declare they got it wrong. Yes, this conclusion is now obvious, given that no significant WMDs were found in Iraq after American bombs and troops were unleashed on the country and that the invasion, contrary to the assurances of the Bush-Cheney administration and its cocksure neoconservative allies, did not trigger a flowering of democracy in the Middle East.

Much more @

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2023/03/the-iraq-invasion-20-years-later-it-was-indeed-a-big-lie-that-launched-the-catastrophic-war/

Or read …..

Remembering Why Americans Loathe Dick CheneyAs the former vice-president releases his memoir, it’s useful to recall the many reasons Americans disapproved of his tenure.

When Vice President Dick Cheney left office, his approval rating stood at a staggeringly low 13 percent. Few political figures in history have been so reviled. As his memoir, In My Time, hits bookstores today, and he does a series of friendly interviews in the press, some Americans with short memories might wonder, “Why is it that so few were willing to endorse his performance in office?”
This is a reminder.

The most succinct statement of his misdeeds comes from “The People v. Richard Cheney,” a 2007 article by Wil S. Hylton. The piece recounts how Cheney undercut the CIA by instructing subordinates in that agency to stovepipe raw intelligence directly to his office. He also worked with Donald Rumsfeld to establish an alternative intelligence agency within the Pentagon. Both of these actions directly contributed to the faulty information that informed the decision to go to war.
Hylton then lays out his most powerful argument:

By Conor Friedersdorf
August 30, 2011

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2011/08/remembering-why-americans-loathe-dick-cheney/244306/

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Like Father, like Daughter.

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HotCoffee
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2 months ago
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Liz Cheney, outspoken Trump critic, weighs third-party presidential run
The former congresswoman says she is determined to stop Trump. Other Trump critics think a third-party candidacy could help him.
https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:_ErZI0ejF48J:https://www.washingtonpost.com/elections/2023/12/05/liz-cheney-trump-president-2024/&hl=en&gl=us

‘Twas ever thusD
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2 months ago
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Liz is a one trick pony.

Fly On The Wall
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2 months ago

Is anyone else experiencing a Verizon cell service outage in Southern Humboldt? My bill is paid but my phone has been in SOS mode since last night.

HotCoffee
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HotCoffee
2 months ago

Frontier in Northern Mendocino County is working, but we are having
a solar spike with AM radio interference.

Fly On The Wall
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2 months ago
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Thanks HC.

Kym Kemp
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2 months ago

Mine is working.

tru matters
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tru matters
2 months ago

WASHINGTON — Speaker Mike Johnson said Tuesday that House Republicans are blurring footage from the Capitol attack before releasing it publicly because they don’t want Jan. 6 rioters to be charged with crimes.

“We have to blur some faces of persons who participated in the events of that day because we don’t want them to be retaliated against and to be charged by the DOJ,” Johnson said Tuesday.
Yahoo News-

Right….Isn’t that called obstruction of justice?

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D'Tucker Jebs
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2 months ago
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Well, the Justice Department has been picking on criminals quite a lot lately.

PenguinnD
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2 months ago
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The bastards!

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
2 months ago
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Certainly Justice had access to original video from the start, blurring is for public release not to thwart criminal prosecution

D'Tucker Jebs
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2 months ago

Happy Krampusnacht.
Tonight is the night when Krampus goes searching for naughty children to either flog them with a birch switch, kidnap them and drag them to Hell, or eat them.
Hope you’ve all been good little boys and girls!

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
2 months ago

Maybe this comment actually belongs in the jail reports…

https://lostcoastoutpost.com/2023/dec/5/his-life-saved-three-others-organs-successfully-tr/

Eric Matilton’s liver and both kidneys were recovered during an autopsy on Saturday, and they’ve been successfully transplanted into three organ donation recipients, according to Robynn Van Patten, chief legal and administrative officer/executive vice president of Donor Network West, a nonprofit organ procurement organization.

…” “I’m in awe of how much strength they had in the face of everything they’d gone through,” Van Patten said of the Matiltons.

“Their strength and courage of conviction got the message about [the importance of] organ donation out, so who knows how many other lives have been saved or will be saved because of what they did.” “…

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