Humboldt County Jail Reports: Daily Booking Sheet – December 24, 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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D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago

Happy National Eggnog Day

Tim
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Tim
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

And a merry Feast of the Seven Fishes to you.

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
1 month ago
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Merry VaxxMas from Cancer Schwab
https://youtu.be/9wCoXGMxJnk?si=CLltOiewPiu2np_V

‘Twas ever thusD
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1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

My cholesterol level thanks you.

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

The eggnog riot, sometimes known as the grog mutiny, was a riot that took place at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, on 24–25 December 1826. It was caused by a drunken Christmas party in the north barracks of the academy. Two days prior to the incident, a large quantity of whiskey was smuggled into the academy to make eggnog for the party, giving the riot its name.

The riot eventually involved more than one-third of the cadets by the time it ceased on Christmas morning
WIKI-

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!!!!
and
Happy Hanukkah too….

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well . . .
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well . . .
1 month ago
Reply to  Mr. Clark

Happy Festivus!

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago

The Biden administration hoped to keep the Chinese spy balloon incident a secret and let the device move along without alerting anyone, NBC News revealed Friday.
On January 27, a phone call happened between Gen. Mark Milley and NORAD chief Gen. Glen VanHerck, Fox News reported Saturday.

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
1 month ago

Who we gonna be surprised to see on Epstein’s pedo list come Jan? Will Gates and others be investigated and prosecuted? Let’s hope the whole pedo ring skips the country in the face of jail time.

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Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
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even RFK?

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

GOP
Grand Old Perverts
The GOP (Grand Old Perverts) has been touching America inappropriately since 1854, and somebody needs to keep track of them.
https://www.grandoldperverts.com/

And it’s a long list.

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Tangled Massocells
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Tangled Massocells
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

Thanks for showing the truth about yourself. Everyone impressed by haters – especially this time of year!

North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
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North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
1 month ago

Oh yeah I hear trump skinks like a old fat guy and makeup. 🤣. Let’s all be adults.

Tangled Massocells
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Tangled Massocells
1 month ago

Merry Christmas Eve, North westCertain…

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago

Speaking of Trump.
“Under Crooked Joe Biden, Christians and Americans of faith are being persecuted like nothing this nation has ever seen before,” Trump said in the video posted to Truth Social on Thursday.
“Catholics in particular are being targeted and evangelicals are surely on the watch list as well. Over the past three years, the Biden administration has sent SWAT teams to arrest pro-life activists. The FBI has been caught profiling devout Catholics as possible domestic terrorists and planning to send undercover spies into Catholic churches, just like in the old days of the Soviet Union.”
https://news.yahoo.com/donald-trump-makes-absolutely-wild-165251249.html
Off the rails and out in left field.

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Me
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Me
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

And too many people believe that crap.
They don’t want the truth, as distasteful it is . They want made up shit from a person they think is the greatest of all time. Ever. Anywhere.

And down the crapper we go.

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
Reply to  Me

Made up?

August 9, 2023
Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Subcommittee on the Constitution and Limited Government Chairman Mike Johnson (R-LA) just sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray revealing that the FBI Richmond Field Office coordinated with multiple FBI field offices across the country to produce the memo targeting traditional Catholics as potential domestic terrorists. This startling revelation contradicts Director Wray’s July 12, 2023, testimony before the Committee, when he stated the FBI’s actions were limited to “a single field office.” In fact, the new document—a lesser-redacted version of the anti-Catholic memo—explicitly shows that both FBI Portland and FBI Los Angeles field offices were involved in or contributed to the creation of FBI’s assessment of traditional Catholics as potential domestic terrorists. 

The Chairmen’s letter reiterates outstanding requests, including the request to conduct a transcribed interview with the Chief Division Counsel who approved the Richmond document, invites Director Wray to correct his testimony to fully explain the nature and scope of the FBI’s assessment, and demands new documents and communications to further the Committee’s investigation.
 
Read the letter:
 
“The Committee on the Judiciary is continuing to conduct oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) assessment of traditional Catholics as potential domestic terrorists. From information recently produced to the Committee, we now know that the FBI relied on information from around the country—including a liaison contact in the FBI’s Portland Field Office and reporting from the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office—to develop its assessment. This new information suggests that the FBI’s use of its law enforcement capabilities to intrude on American’s First Amendment rights is more widespread than initially suspected and reveals inconsistencies with your previous testimony before the Committee. Given this startling new information, we write to request additional information to advance our oversight.
 
“For months, we have sought information relating to the FBI’s document generated by the Richmond Field Office, dated January 23, 2023, and entitled, ‘Interest of Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremists in Radical-Traditionalist Catholic Ideology Almost Certainly Presents New Mitigation Opportunities.’ On April 10, as a result of the FBI’s failure to voluntarily comply with our request, the Committee issued a subpoena relating to this document. On July 17, 2023, we wrote to you noting that if the FBI failed to ‘substantially improve its compliance’ with the subpoena, the Committee may seek to enforce the subpoena through contempt proceedings.
 
“On July 25, 2023, the FBI produced a version of the Richmond document with fewer redactions than the two previous versions it had produced. This new version shows that the FBI’s actions were not just limited to ‘a single field office,’ as you testified to the Committee. The document cited reporting from an ‘FBI Portland liaison contact with indirect access’ who informed on a ‘deceased [Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremist (RMVE)] subject’ who had ‘sought out a mainline Roman Catholic community’ and then “gravitated to [Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX)].’ In addition, the document noted how an FBI undercover employee with “direct access” reported on a subject who ‘attended the SSPX-affiliated [redacted] Church in [redacted] California, for over a year prior to his relocation.’ The document states that FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office initiated an investigation on the ‘RMVE subject.’ Most concerning of all the newly produced version of the document explicitly states that FBI Richmond ‘[c]oordinated with’ FBI Portland in preparing the assessment. Thus, it appears that both FBI Portland and FBI Los Angeles field offices were involved in or contributed to the creation of FBI’s assessment of traditional Catholics as potential domestic terrorists.
 
“This revelation raises the question of why you redacted this information in previous versions of the document you produced to the Committee, and it reinforces the Committee’s need for all FBI material responsive to the April 10 subpoena, including the production of FBI’s Richmond document without redactions. We look forward to receiving a briefing on the FBI’s internal review of this matter and to interviewing the Special Agent in Charge of the Richmond Field Office. However, we again reiterate our outstanding requests, including our request to conduct a transcribed interview with the Chief Division Counsel who approved the Richmond document.
 
“We wrote to you on July 18 inviting you to correct the testimony you provided on July 12 related to the FBI’s role in the censorship of American speech. This new information raises additional concerns about the accuracy, completeness, and truthfulness of your testimony. We invite you to amend your testimony to fully explain the nature and scope of the FBI’s assessment of traditional Catholics as potential domestic terrorists.
 
“Finally, to inform our ongoing oversight of the FBI and to ensure the First Amendment guarantee of free exercise of religion is protected from government overreach, please also provide the following documents and information:
 
1. All documents and communications between the FBI’s Richmond Field Office and the FBI’s Portland Field Office referring or relating to the reporting cited in the January 23, 2023, Domain Prospective, entitled ‘Interest of Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremists in Radical-Traditionalist Catholic Ideology Almost Certainly Presents New Mitigation Opportunities’;
 
2. All documents and communications between the FBI’s Richmond Field Office and the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office referring or relating to the reporting cited in the January 23, 2023, Domain Prospective, entitled ‘Interest of Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremists in Radical-Traditionalist Catholic Ideology Almost Certainly Presents New Mitigation Opportunities’;
 
3. A list of FBI intelligence products that have also cited the reporting done by the FBI’s Richmond Field Office and the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office, as well as any other investigations initiated based on the same; and
 
4. Confirm the placement and access of the FBI’s Portland Field Office liaison contact with indirect access and the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office Undercover Employee with direct access.
 
“Please provide this information as soon as possible, but no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 22, 2023. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.”
 
Read the full letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray here.

‘Twas ever thusD
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1 month ago
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FBI has lost a lot of respect and has become a joke.

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1 month ago

Frankly I once worked in a building with an FBI regional center. They always were a bunch of way over paid suits. But they used to have a great PR Drpartment. Then came Facebook and Twitter and suddenly their political ridden management was exposed. In fact, in their eagerness for glory, they mostly did the exposing themselves. The politics changed as the government did but the arrogant attitude is always the same.

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago

It has become the US stasi

Country Joe
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1 month ago

Along with the CIA and DOJ…

D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago
Reply to  Mr. Clark

This is a press release from Jim Jordan and should not be confused with anything fact-based- although, clearly some poeple will still be fooled by this.

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

And as usual blown way out of proportion as to what actually happened.

But the SPLC does list several Catholic organizations as hate groups. And there seems to be an overlap with far-right nationalist movements.
https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2007/12-anti-semitic-radical-traditionalist-catholic-groups

And the Catholic Church does have a bad habit of covering up bad things within it.

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BudD
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Bud
1 month ago
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The original post was that religious groups are under attack.

This was followed by a post that Catholics were targeted as possible terror threats by multiple FBI field offices, contradicting statements made to Congress by FBI director Christopher Wray.

D’tuck said it wasn’t factual because the House Judiciary Chairman released the information to the press.

You respond to D’tuc saying it is blown out of proportion, and link to a site listing Catholic groups that are viewed as radical by the SPLC.

So in your somewhat baffling post you claim that it is “misleading” that the FBI targeted Catholic groups (despite being provided with an FBI memo to that effect), then provide a list of Catholic groups that the SPLC thinks should be targeted.

For veering off topic and providing evidence in support of the original post that you apparently oppose, you get:

0 out of 10 points…

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  Bud

The whole issue ended not with a bang, but a whimper.
Did Trump blow it out of proportion. Yes.
Are there extremist Catholic groups. Yes.
Is there extremist Traditional Catholics. Yes.
Some Traditional Catholics are not considered part of the Catholic Church.

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well . . .
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well . . .
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

Southern property law has made some horrible blenders that have seriously damaged their credibility. They named Sam Harris as islamophobic for example.

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  well . . .

How about the ADL?

For decades after its founding in 1970, the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), which is the foremost global Traditionalist Catholic organization, continued to preach that contemporary Jews are responsible for deicide, endorsed the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, and claimed that there was a factual basis for the medieval blood libel. One of its bishops, Richard Williamson, is a well-known Holocaust denier. In recent years SSPX has moderated its position to some extent, and expelled Bishop Williamson. However, the Traditionalist Catholic movement continues to wrestle with antisemitism and a tendency towards extremism.

https://www.adl.org/glossary/traditionalist-catholicism

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BudD
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Bud
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

For denying reality when faced with obvious facts, you receive:

0 out of 10 points…

BudD
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Bud
1 month ago
Reply to  Mr. Clark

For a stinging well documented rebuttal that completely contradicts the leftest talking point:

10 points out of 10…

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1 month ago
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Ever wonder why people are so ready to believe this sort of spin? Because they read the hate on college campuses and news reports? From politicians, the industrial social justice agencies, religious lobbyists and online everywhere? Then see it echoed here on local sites? Why should any sensible person discount such spins when such pieces of nastiness such as the comment that led to this thread are everywhere? In a world shouting hate for other people is routine and people are determined to keep it up until they shout so loud no one else can be heard, it would be stupid to discount it. Everyone has a grievance just begging for more attention.

Me
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Me
1 month ago
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Too bad some beg for more attention than others…and the more outrageous and foolish, the more it gets attention.

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
Reply to  Me

Made up?

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago

Found in The Gospel According to S. Luke (KJV)

In the account by Luke of the birth of Christ there is a line which states that the angel which announced the birth was accompanied by a “heavenly host” (a large army of good angels) who urged that there be “peace on earth”:

10 And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

11 For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.

12 And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.

13 And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying,

14 Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.
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Well, looks like another year gone by and still no peace on earth.

well . . .
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well . . .
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

There will be peace when all accept the flying spaghetti monster as lord and Savior. May you be touched by his noodly appendage.

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North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
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North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
1 month ago
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Two corinthians walk into a bar.
How can anyone think trunp is a Christian when vile lies spew forth for all to see.