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Randy Scott Resigns As Columbia Police Chief

As we reported exclusively three weeks ago, Columbia, S.C. police chief Randy Scott’s “indefinite suspension” has become a definite termination. The third-year police chief – who inherited his job in the midst of a major scandal involving the city’s incoming mayor, Steve Benjamin – is resigning in the midst of…

As we reported exclusively three weeks ago, Columbia, S.C. police chief Randy Scott’s “indefinite suspension” has become a definite termination.

The third-year police chief – who inherited his job in the midst of a major scandal involving the city’s incoming mayor, Steve Benjamin – is resigning in the midst of another major scandal. In between these corrupt bookends he provided the city with galling incompetence and a marked deterioration in public safety.

So yeah … that worked out well. And for the bargain basement price of $112,000 a year (not counting benefits).

Scott actually “retired” for fifteen days a few months back and was then “rehired” as part of an effort to milk every last cent out of the state’s pension fund.

He should have stayed gone …

Scott has been accused of all manner of indiscretions – most of them involving his alleged substance abuse problem and the not-so-secret party pad the married father of eight keeps just off of Main Street in downtown Columbia, S.C.

Of course he also figures prominently in several lawsuits filed against the city in recent months … which we’re guessing will be the “official story” related to his resignation.

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160 comments

? April 22, 2013 at 3:17 pm

lol….I remember commenting a couple of weeks back about how everyone knows cops have the best dope and “Mike at the beach” responds that I watch too many cop movies/shows, etc.

Funny shit.

Mr. Top Cop exceeded my normal negative expectations when it comes to gov’t goons, “workers”, etc. by not only dealing in dope by being a Master Pimp that hosts as well.

Kudos to him for setting the bar even lower than my super low expectations.

So when did T-Bone Benjamin go down? Is there any independent gov’t agency ready to cannibalize this fool yet? Or is it gonna take some street thug that didn’t get his crack ball or $10 hoe from Benjamin with a lead pipe to do the job?

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? April 22, 2013 at 3:18 pm

edit: “When DOES T-Bone”

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Sdeezy April 22, 2013 at 5:23 pm

Its probably referring to when he hit that lady a few years back

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Sarge April 22, 2013 at 10:24 pm

No, he’s probably referring his to inside business deals. Trace the money, ownership and “corporate entities” who own the Palmetto Compress Building.

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Mike at the Beach April 22, 2013 at 10:09 pm

Dude, never let people live in your head rent free like that, or at least don’t admit it publicly! Most rational folks don’t think a handful of stories about crooked dufus cops translates into the 10,000+ cops in SC “having the best dope.” That’s just a bit of a leap. It’s actually MUCH easier to buy dope from a trusted confidant than risk getting caught by evidence protocols within a PD, especially now in the “video-era.” I know, because I used to investigate these clowns. If ol’ Randy was going through blow at the rate some of the gossip hounds are intimating, I would bet you that he (or someone kissing his ass) was buying it. That’s just the way it is. You should be much more interested in the $50k+ he conned the City into buying out his retirement with! Scott was obviously hooked up.

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? April 22, 2013 at 11:00 pm

“Dude, never let people live in your head rent free like that, or at least don’t admit it publicly! Most rational folks don’t think a handful of stories about crooked dufus cops translates into the 10,000+ cops in SC “having the best dope.” That’s just a bit of a leap. ”

Well, sometimes I’m too honest for my own good.

That being said, a close relative used to regularly buy dope from cops(plural) all the time. I think you are being naive about the whole thing, but to each his own.

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Mike at the Beach April 22, 2013 at 11:37 pm

No offense, man, but I’ve heard the tired old “I knew this guy who did so-and so” for 25 years, but when you get the investigation cranked down, 99 times out of a hundred it’s just people running their mouths. True in the dope world, the internal affairs world, hell, just about every part of the criminal enterprise. In Mexico, you’d be much closer to the mark. No drama here, though. To each his own, indeed.

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? April 22, 2013 at 11:59 pm

No offense taken, I know the deal. You feel you know the deal. So we disagree obviously. I will depart the conversation with a nice quote though:

“Through my appearance here today…I hope that police officers in the
future will not experience…the same frustration and anxiety that I was
subjected to…for the past five years at the hands of my
superiors…because of my attempt to report corruption. I was made to
feel that I had burdened them with an unwanted task. The problem is that
the atmosphere does not yet exist…in which an honest police officer
can act…without fear of ridicule or reprisal from fellow officers.
Police corruption cannot exist unless it is at least tolerated…at
higher levels in the department. Therefore, the most important result
that can come from these hearings…is a conviction by police officers
that the department will change. In order to ensure this…an
independent, permanent investigative body…dealing with police
corruption, like this commission, is essential.”-Knapp Commission testimony of Frank Serpico

Mike at the Beach April 23, 2013 at 12:06 am

That is an awesome quote, but just a bit unfair! I didn’t know we were talking about NYPD! That’s an entirely different situation (especially back in the 60’s and 70’s). Any good sociologist or criminologist will tell you that serious corruption is much more prevalent in the largest departments (for a host of reasons), and certain agencies are practically famous for it. I just don’t think dinky little Columbia PD fits the bill for large-scale, widespread, serious corruption like dope-dealing, but we all make mistakes…

? April 22, 2013 at 3:17 pm

lol….I remember commenting a couple of weeks back about how everyone knows cops have the best dope and “Mike at the beach” responds that I watch too many cop movies/shows, etc.

Funny shit.

Mr. Top Cop exceeded my normal negative expectations when it comes to gov’t goons, “workers”, etc. by not only dealing in dope by being a Master Pimp that hosts as well.

Kudos to him for setting the bar even lower than my super low expectations.

So when did T-Bone Benjamin go down? Is there any independent gov’t agency ready to cannibalize this fool yet? Or is it gonna take some street thug that didn’t get his crack ball or $10 hoe from Benjamin with a lead pipe to do the job?

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? April 22, 2013 at 3:18 pm

edit: “When DOES T-Bone”

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Sdeezy April 22, 2013 at 5:23 pm

Its probably referring to when he hit that lady a few years back

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Sarge April 22, 2013 at 10:24 pm

No, he’s probably referring his to inside business deals. Trace the money, ownership and “corporate entities” who own the Palmetto Compress Building.

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Mike at the Beach April 22, 2013 at 10:09 pm

Dude, never let people live in your head rent free like that, or at least don’t admit it publicly! Most rational folks don’t think a handful of stories about crooked dufus cops translates into the 10,000+ cops in SC “having the best dope.” That’s just a bit of a leap. It’s actually MUCH easier to buy dope from a trusted confidant than risk getting caught by evidence protocols within a PD, especially now in the “video-era.” I know, because I used to investigate these clowns. If ol’ Randy was going through blow at the rate some of the gossip hounds are intimating, I would bet you that he (or someone kissing his ass) was buying it. That’s just the way it is. You should be much more interested in the $50k+ he conned the City into buying out his retirement with! Scott was obviously hooked up.

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? April 22, 2013 at 11:00 pm

“Dude, never let people live in your head rent free like that, or at least don’t admit it publicly! Most rational folks don’t think a handful of stories about crooked dufus cops translates into the 10,000+ cops in SC “having the best dope.” That’s just a bit of a leap. ”

Well, sometimes I’m too honest for my own good.

That being said, a close relative used to regularly buy dope from cops(plural) all the time. I think you are being naive about the whole thing, but to each his own.

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Mike at the Beach April 22, 2013 at 11:37 pm

No offense, man, but I’ve heard the tired old “I knew this guy who did so-and so” for 25 years, but when you get the investigation cranked down, 99 times out of a hundred it’s just people running their mouths. True in the dope world, the internal affairs world, hell, just about every part of the criminal enterprise. In Mexico, you’d be much closer to the mark. No drama here, though. To each his own, indeed.

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? April 22, 2013 at 11:59 pm

No offense taken, I know the deal. You feel you know the deal. So we disagree obviously. I will depart the conversation with a nice quote though:

“Through my appearance here today…I hope that police officers in the
future will not experience…the same frustration and anxiety that I was
subjected to…for the past five years at the hands of my
superiors…because of my attempt to report corruption. I was made to
feel that I had burdened them with an unwanted task. The problem is that
the atmosphere does not yet exist…in which an honest police officer
can act…without fear of ridicule or reprisal from fellow officers.
Police corruption cannot exist unless it is at least tolerated…at
higher levels in the department. Therefore, the most important result
that can come from these hearings…is a conviction by police officers
that the department will change. In order to ensure this…an
independent, permanent investigative body…dealing with police
corruption, like this commission, is essential.”-Knapp Commission testimony of Frank Serpico

Mike at the Beach April 23, 2013 at 12:06 am

That is an awesome quote, but just a bit unfair! I didn’t know we were talking about NYPD! That’s an entirely different situation (especially back in the 60’s and 70’s). Any good sociologist or criminologist will tell you that serious corruption is much more prevalent in the largest departments (for a host of reasons), and certain agencies are practically famous for it. I just don’t think dinky little Columbia PD fits the bill for large-scale, widespread, serious corruption like dope-dealing, but we all make mistakes…

Dick Carlson April 22, 2013 at 3:28 pm

I hear that E. W. Crowmartie is available for the position. He’s black, he’s corrupt, and he’s a friend of the Mayor.

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Aloha Steve April 22, 2013 at 3:50 pm

What about Teresa Wilson? She is black, a friend of the mayor’s and incompetent.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 22, 2013 at 4:06 pm

… and a damn sight prettier than EW!

:-D

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Lewis April 22, 2013 at 4:29 pm

His old friend Bob Coble told Jean Toal that EW was rehabilitated and should not be disbarred. Even though the Feds said he cannot practice law because they could not trust Toal to disbar him, Coble made the effort. Being a lawyer is not a prerequisite for being the chief of police, so EW could do it.

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Dan on Divine April 23, 2013 at 1:34 pm

Bob Coble is as bad as the rest of the thugs at City Hall. He sold his soul decades ago. He is an enabler for Jean Toal. Now, he training his robot son to be a clone. Pitiful situation.

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@TechHerding (Dick Carlson) April 22, 2013 at 3:28 pm

I hear that E. W. Crowmartie is available for the position. He’s black, he’s corrupt, and he’s a friend of the Mayor.

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Aloha Steve April 22, 2013 at 3:50 pm

What about Teresa Wilson? She is black, a friend of the mayor’s and incompetent.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 22, 2013 at 4:06 pm

… and a damn sight prettier than EW!

:-D

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Lewis April 22, 2013 at 4:29 pm

His old friend Bob Coble told Jean Toal that EW was rehabilitated and should not be disbarred. Even though the Feds said he cannot practice law because they could not trust Toal to disbar him, Coble made the effort. Being a lawyer is not a prerequisite for being the chief of police, so EW could do it.

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Dan on Divine April 23, 2013 at 1:34 pm

Bob Coble is as bad as the rest of the thugs at City Hall. He sold his soul decades ago. He is an enabler for Jean Toal. Now, he training his robot son to be a clone. Pitiful situation.

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Right April 22, 2013 at 3:29 pm

He’s claiming PTSD. Anyone want to play with that acronym in light of what we know…?

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Truth Dealer April 22, 2013 at 3:41 pm

Petite Teens Sucking his Dick is what got his sorry ass in trouble. PTSD my ass…

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jay April 23, 2013 at 9:32 am

Put That Stem Down… yes it’s a reference to the alleged crack fire in his Main Street apartment.

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Right April 22, 2013 at 3:29 pm

He’s claiming PTSD. Anyone want to play with that acronym in light of what we know…?

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Truth Dealer April 22, 2013 at 3:41 pm

Petite Teens Sucking his Dick is what got his sorry ass in trouble. PTSD my ass…

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jay April 23, 2013 at 9:32 am

Put That Stem Down… yes it’s a reference to the alleged crack fire in his Main Street apartment.

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Reid April 22, 2013 at 4:01 pm

If incompetency is a qualification, how about Lillian McBride for the next Chief of Police?

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Reid April 22, 2013 at 4:01 pm

If incompetency is a qualification, how about Lillian McBride for the next Chief of Police?

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CorruptionInColumbia April 22, 2013 at 4:10 pm

Now to clean out the rest of that snake pit on the third floor, with Santiago, Wiser, et al.

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oldtinstar April 22, 2013 at 6:48 pm

Nah… they are the good ones. David Navarro is the one to take out. He pledged his allegiance to Randy Scott publicly. Then, today, almost before Randy Scott could leave the building, he was asking people to cut off the Chief Randy Scott rocker on the large wooden plaques in the Media Room. What a back stabber.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 23, 2013 at 2:01 am

The two I named, and possible others, have been responsible, along with Scott, for the systematic harassment, badgering, and intimidation of quite a few senior employees in that department. This includes placing those employees under surveillance in hopes that they might find one little thing they could use to suspend, fire, or otherwise torment them. Such behavior and use of official position to create such a hostile work environment is and should be unacceptable in this day and time. One down, at least two more to go.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 22, 2013 at 4:10 pm

Now to clean out the rest of that snake pit on the third floor, with Santiago, Wiser, et al.

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oldtinstar April 22, 2013 at 6:48 pm

Nah… they are the good ones. David Navarro is the one to take out. He pledged his allegiance to Randy Scott publicly. Then, today, almost before Randy Scott could leave the building, he was asking people to cut off the Chief Randy Scott rocker on the large wooden plaques in the Media Room. What a back stabber.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 23, 2013 at 2:01 am

The two I named, and possible others, have been responsible, along with Scott, for the systematic harassment, badgering, and intimidation of quite a few senior employees in that department. This includes placing those employees under surveillance in hopes that they might find one little thing they could use to suspend, fire, or otherwise torment them. Such behavior and use of official position to create such a hostile work environment is and should be unacceptable in this day and time. One down, at least two more to go.

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Squishy123 April 22, 2013 at 4:20 pm

DJ Randy Scott be hitting it up at da clubs, call for your booking today!

http://www.partytimesc.com/djs.htm

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Aloha Steve April 22, 2013 at 4:27 pm

Is that the same Randy Scott? WTF.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 22, 2013 at 4:38 pm

Mid-life career change…
LOL!

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jay April 23, 2013 at 9:58 am

The token corny black dj, how fitting. They all look like a bunch of retarded magicians.

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Squishy123 April 22, 2013 at 4:20 pm

DJ Randy Scott be hitting it up at da clubs, call for your booking today!

http://www.partytimesc.com/djs.htm

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Aloha Steve April 22, 2013 at 4:27 pm

Is that the same Randy Scott? WTF.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 22, 2013 at 4:38 pm

Mid-life career change…
LOL!

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jay April 23, 2013 at 9:58 am

The token corny black dj, how fitting. They all look like a bunch of retarded magicians.

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Aloha Steve April 22, 2013 at 4:22 pm

Lovely…..

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) –

Documents show the City of Columbia paid nearly $52,000 toward Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott’s retirement fund.

On Friday, city officials released more details on Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott’s “indefinite” leave of absence.

Among the documents released was a Member Service Payment Invoice for the South Carolina Retirement Systems in Scott’s name dated from September 2012. That invoice listed a required member payment of $51,861 which was authorized by Steven Gantt, who was the city manager at the time.

The payment was made by the city to purchase just over 34 months of retirement service credit, which allowed Scott to collect retirement benefits after he was rehired 15 days after retiring at the end of December.

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Right April 22, 2013 at 4:55 pm

That’s how real pimps do it.

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Aloha Steve April 22, 2013 at 4:22 pm

Lovely…..

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) –

Documents show the City of Columbia paid nearly $52,000 toward Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott’s retirement fund.

On Friday, city officials released more details on Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott’s “indefinite” leave of absence.

Among the documents released was a Member Service Payment Invoice for the South Carolina Retirement Systems in Scott’s name dated from September 2012. That invoice listed a required member payment of $51,861 which was authorized by Steven Gantt, who was the city manager at the time.

The payment was made by the city to purchase just over 34 months of retirement service credit, which allowed Scott to collect retirement benefits after he was rehired 15 days after retiring at the end of December.

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Right April 22, 2013 at 4:55 pm

That’s how real pimps do it.

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Sarge April 22, 2013 at 4:26 pm

So how much of the Palmetto Compress Building does Scott own or is he just claiming a share of Benjamin’s?

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Sarge April 22, 2013 at 4:26 pm

So how much of the Palmetto Compress Building does Scott own or is he just claiming a share of Benjamin’s?

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Siamese April 22, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Well let’s see..He will probably get 51% of his salary in retirement.. Free Insurance since it is the city of Columbia.. If he is claiming PTSD will he also be able to get benefits from Social Security or even the VA since he was once a Marine?? Why work when he can make what he did while working!!

We were screwed …again.. Lillian please move over!

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Siamese April 22, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Well let’s see..He will probably get 51% of his salary in retirement.. Free Insurance since it is the city of Columbia.. If he is claiming PTSD will he also be able to get benefits from Social Security or even the VA since he was once a Marine?? Why work when he can make what he did while working!!

We were screwed …again.. Lillian please move over!

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Squishy123 April 22, 2013 at 5:25 pm

All Around Town… da bitches and hoes be lining up for some of Big Randy.

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Squishy123 April 22, 2013 at 5:25 pm

All Around Town… da bitches and hoes be lining up for some of Big Randy.

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Todd Bonner April 22, 2013 at 5:56 pm

Hopefully Stevie is next!

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Franklin April 22, 2013 at 7:31 pm

How much will that move cost? More than Steve is going to make on the Palmetto Compress Building? The brightest property legal minds in Columbia cannot tell you who really owns what part of that building and lot. So many shells in that game.

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Jay April 23, 2013 at 10:09 am

I’m guessing his “exit” might be a little less “voluntary”.

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Invisible Hired Hand April 23, 2013 at 9:04 pm

Jean Toal has approved all of Steve’s business transactions – just as she did Lillian McBride’s. Game over. NOTHING will happen to Stevie.

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Todd Bonner April 22, 2013 at 5:56 pm

Hopefully Stevie is next!

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Franklin April 22, 2013 at 7:31 pm

How much will that move cost? More than Steve is going to make on the Palmetto Compress Building? The brightest property legal minds in Columbia cannot tell you who really owns what part of that building and lot. So many shells in that game.

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Jay April 23, 2013 at 10:09 am

I’m guessing his “exit” might be a little less “voluntary”.

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Invisible Hired Hand April 23, 2013 at 9:04 pm

Jean Toal has approved all of Steve’s business transactions – just as she did Lillian McBride’s. Game over. NOTHING will happen to Stevie.

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Phil April 22, 2013 at 7:50 pm

I had business with Randy Scott once. Took me 20 minutes to know he was not to be trusted. Leon Lott never saw that? Columbia’s finest politicians and police never saw that?
Even more disturbing is that regardless of what happens in Columbia, the head folks never seem to suffer. Steve Gant ought to be in chains for purchasing early retirement for a well paid, YOUNG man.
Time after time, money goes missing, records go missing, real scandal erupts, but no top guys ever pay a price.

Corruption, good old South Carolina corruption, is still in prime form.

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Phil April 22, 2013 at 7:50 pm

I had business with Randy Scott once. Took me 20 minutes to know he was not to be trusted. Leon Lott never saw that? Columbia’s finest politicians and police never saw that?
Even more disturbing is that regardless of what happens in Columbia, the head folks never seem to suffer. Steve Gant ought to be in chains for purchasing early retirement for a well paid, YOUNG man.
Time after time, money goes missing, records go missing, real scandal erupts, but no top guys ever pay a price.

Corruption, good old South Carolina corruption, is still in prime form.

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Soft Sigh from Hell April 22, 2013 at 8:06 pm

What are the odds that Columbia can get a competent, professional, honest, public-safety oriented police chief now that the opportunity arises again?

Slim to none?

It’s not like a medium-sized state capital city and big university “town” couldn’t attract one.
But look at who’d choose. Look at whom he or she would work for, in terms of chain of command and degree of authority.

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Soft Sigh from Hell April 22, 2013 at 8:06 pm

What are the odds that Columbia can get a competent, professional, honest, public-safety oriented police chief now that the opportunity arises again?

Slim to none?

It’s not like a medium-sized state capital city and big university “town” couldn’t attract one.
But look at who’d choose. Look at whom he or she would work for, in terms of chain of command and degree of authority.

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Uncle Remus April 22, 2013 at 8:08 pm

P&C in Charleston reporting this is due to PTSD only. Sounds so empty . . .

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Uncle Remus April 22, 2013 at 8:08 pm

P&C in Charleston reporting this is due to PTSD only. Sounds so empty . . .

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jimlewisowb April 22, 2013 at 8:19 pm

When I was 30 or so months from retirement why didn’t I think to go to the Director and demand taxpayers buy out my retirement

Maybe there was a class on how to be a cheap sh”it” like Scott or maybe I wasn’t working for a dumb sh”it” like Gantt who forked over thousands of City of Columbia taxpayer’s money, no questions asked

I hold no ill will toward Scott. If a piece of sh”it” like Scott can rip it off, then rip it off. Of course I don’t live in City of Columbia sh”it” hole nor do I shop in City of Columbia sh”it” hole so it ain’t my fucking money

Maybe with all the freebies the City of Columbia sh”it” hole has bestowed upon him, Scott will head down to the Bahamas or the Caymans and live the good life while the dumbsh”its” back in Columbia pick up his tab

Earlier I posted a comment about South Carolina becoming the Detroit of the South.

My bad, City of Columbia has already exceeded my expectations

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Squishy123 April 22, 2013 at 8:58 pm

He won’t be going to the Cayman’s, he’s got 8 crotch-fruit to support. The city would have been better off getting him a vasectomy.

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? April 22, 2013 at 9:31 pm

“crotch fruit” LMAO! I never heard that one before.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 23, 2013 at 2:13 am

“Crotch fruit”. Fucking awesome!

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Sarge April 23, 2013 at 9:06 pm

We are so much worse than Detroit or New Orleans’ Nagin. Really. A Third World Country.

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jimlewisowb April 22, 2013 at 8:19 pm

When I was 30 or so months from retirement why didn’t I think to go to the Director and demand taxpayers buy out my retirement

Maybe there was a class on how to be a cheap sh”it” like Scott or maybe I wasn’t working for a dumb sh”it” like Gantt who forked over thousands of City of Columbia taxpayer’s money, no questions asked

I hold no ill will toward Scott. If a piece of sh”it” like Scott can rip it off, then rip it off. Of course I don’t live in City of Columbia sh”it” hole nor do I shop in City of Columbia sh”it” hole so it ain’t my fucking money

Maybe with all the freebies the City of Columbia sh”it” hole has bestowed upon him, Scott will head down to the Bahamas or the Caymans and live the good life while the dumbsh”its” back in Columbia pick up his tab

Earlier I posted a comment about South Carolina becoming the Detroit of the South.

My bad, City of Columbia has already exceeded my expectations

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Squishy123 April 22, 2013 at 8:58 pm

He won’t be going to the Cayman’s, he’s got 8 crotch-fruit to support. The city would have been better off getting him a vasectomy.

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? April 22, 2013 at 9:31 pm

“crotch fruit” LMAO! I never heard that one before.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 23, 2013 at 2:13 am

“Crotch fruit”. Fucking awesome!

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Sarge April 23, 2013 at 9:06 pm

We are so much worse than Detroit or New Orleans’ Nagin. Really. A Third World Country.

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mph April 22, 2013 at 8:24 pm

Maybe he quit to concentrate on the prostitution ring. Just kidding. Only a mouth breathing dumb fuck would think the mayor and Scott are running whores. incompetent, stupid and can’t get out of their own way. Sure. Running ass – only Folk’s conspiracy theory, racist sock puppet, ?, would keep throwing that shit against the wall hoping it would stick

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? April 22, 2013 at 9:22 pm

You are right again. Do you ever tire of being right? What happened to your pseudonym “Winston Smith” btw? It was rather appropriate.

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mph April 23, 2013 at 9:00 am

I’m rather surprised you recognized Winston Smith. I figured you were too busy putting together survival kits for the inevitable inflationary doomsday/zombie apocalypse to read anything other than the Left Behind series or the Anarchist Cookbook. Shhh, they’re outside your door listening.

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? April 23, 2013 at 10:11 am

Seriously, share with us why you named yourself Winston Smith for a bit. I’m truly curious to know.

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jay April 23, 2013 at 10:05 am

Running a prostitution ring, likely not. Hiring prostitutes and buying piles of cocaine for the sin den over off of Main Street, plausible. Sounds like Randy thinks he’s Alonzo Harris or something.

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? April 23, 2013 at 10:14 am

Come on now Jay, you are acting like a “conspiracy theorist”-and we all know those people are crazy.

You should just accept the PTSD narrative and shut up and go about your business.
You are not to be questioning our masters.

:)

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jay April 23, 2013 at 10:18 am

Yes, you’re right I should just keep shoveling thousands of my tax dollars in the greasy black shit filled hole that is Columbia and just STFU and accept the fact that Steve Benjamin is spearheading the movement to completely ruin what was once a great city.

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? April 23, 2013 at 10:24 am

I personally think Columbia has huge potential(and I like it anyway right now despite its warts) and I’ve lived and traveled in a lot of big and small cities.

It’s probably being retarded, both literally and figuratively right now. I think the key to Columbia thriving is to simply ignore the Statehouse and buffoons in local gov’t.

Business and a thriving economy in Columbia is the key to improving things, while doing your best to ignore the elected idiots despite whatever attempts they make to suppress the economy in the name of “helping” or being relevant in their minds.

The more they are marginalized the better.

Jay April 23, 2013 at 10:47 am

I’ve lived here for 15 years and have watched entire parts of the city become blighted out. Corridors that were once thriving are now boarded up, littered with garbage and frequented by the dregs. Columbia was on shaky ground when Benjamin took office and his poor decision making (professionally and personally) has sped up the regressive nature of this fledgling metro. Meanwhile, Knox White has literally transformed downtown Greenville in the same span of time. There is way too much posturing in city government here to get ANYTHING significant accomplished. The EPA is up their ass and around the corner to fix a sewer system that the city has been robbing the citizens blind to fix for over a decade and it’s not until they get hit with lawsuits that they get off their lazy crooked asses to do anything about. Let’s pump millions into the Palmetto Compress warehouse, but not spend a red penny to try stop our professional baseball team from being lured away to the upstate? All that time and money spent trying to sell the old stadium to Walmart developers, only to have that deal go south. That should tell you something about Mayor Benjamin’s ability to get shit done, not that I ever supported a downtown Walmart. It just proves that our city government is derelict.

I’ve lived in seven states and twelve cities all across the United States. I used to really brag on Columbia, suggesting to any of my friends looking for a place to settle down to “come give Columbia a try”. Sadly, I no longer do that. We play baseball at Trenholm Park, I routinely hear gunfire during broad daylight. I live in a great part of downtown Columbia, I routinely hear gunfire coming from the Gonzales Gardens area. I read report after report about rampant crime consuming Columbia and I just can’t, in good faith, suggest Columbia to ANYONE any longer. To know that our pathetic excuse for a police department is headed up by clowns like Scott and Santiago is to understand why Columbia is eaten up with criminal activity.

? April 23, 2013 at 10:54 am

I understand your viewpoint. I can’t disagree with anything you’ve written. I’d just offer to “keep your chin up”, it can’t get much worse, right? Maybe the situation with the drunk driving, drug using, hoe pimping mayor will resolve itself like the top cop situation?

I’ve always felt like private security in 5 points could do a MUCH better job then the cops anyway. I don’t understand why one of the business owners don’t get everyone together down there and make it happen.

jay April 23, 2013 at 11:00 am

I’m trying to keep my chin up, really I am. Nothing else to do, being an owner of multiple properties in this god foresaken place. My fear is that, if Benjamin isn’t lead away in handcuffs soon, he’s got the election office so rigged in his favor that it will take an act of congress to get the deadwood out of his seat. Thoughts?

Sam April 23, 2013 at 11:20 am

Wonder what Steve-o knows about the Sponseller murder?

? April 23, 2013 at 11:23 am

Yea, I really don’t know. You’ve got business decisions to make on the property’s, maybe juggling short term cash flow with long term expectations(which are up in the air)…so I understand your dilemma. I’m assuming they are income generating properties of course.

If they are not, well yea, I’d consider selling and moving the money someplace to generate cash.

Marc Faber, Jim Rogers, and others believe CERTAIN type of real estate are good hedges for uncertainty, inflation, etc.

I view owning real estate through the lens of it making me a convenient “tax cow” for malefactors in gov’t, but I came to that opinion over time and tax money before liquidating my real estate and leasing my business premises.

I live my life in a way to provide as little as lawfully possible to gov’t and focusing my energies on my business and productivity…

Real estate is really a mixed bag.

Jay Ellington April 23, 2013 at 11:32 am

Neither one are income generating any longer, effective 2007 when the non owner occupancy tax rape was put into effect. BOTH of my “investment” properties cost me dearly in criminal tax rates. I could understand it IF the quality of public school education had increased since I started getting bent over, but we are still at the bottom of the heap. I’ve actually considered ruining my credit and just walking away from all my Columbia property and moving, ALAS I will not be defeated or deflated by this cesspool. It has to start a purification process eventually, right?

? April 23, 2013 at 12:19 pm

Yea, but I agree sometimes the smartest thing is to simply “walk away”. The banks get their bailouts, but rest assured no one is coming to bail you out.

If it’s a negative cash flow situation you got to get out entirely and quickly, given the market that might mean walking away.

You might want to consider bankruptcy for a clean sheet as the issue gets resolved more quickly/cleanly and it makes everything the banks problem, including any past due taxes you have on the property.(you just wait it out, if the property is underwater enough the bank will probably do an “extend and pretend” and they will eventually be forced to pony up the past due taxes).

If you have the cash to play the waiting game, so be it. There are hedge fund researchers I read that say that inflation will stoke house prices back up….but the way I see it I have my doubts on the successful fundamentals to perpetuate things.

The only general consensus I’ve seen on real estate is farm land right now…(being “good”). Of course, many people don’t want to farm…but you can always be an owner/operator. Also, that’s still a “long term” play as well based on the demographics of farming.

jay April 23, 2013 at 12:35 pm

No, luckily I’ve managed to ride it out. Dutifully going down to the Richland Co tax office and emptying out my wallet once a year. Money I will not likely see again. Can’t take it with you right? Although it would be nice to have enough left over to make improvements on my primary residence, but I digress.

surfer, the web, that is April 23, 2013 at 11:19 am

Just like downtown Lexington. The town would flourish without Halfacre. Stace Day should be in charge. Mayor or sheriff would suit him.

Sam April 23, 2013 at 12:14 pm

Hear he was framed when he decided to run for sheriff. Shoud have known not to mess with the Lexington ring.

Squishy123 April 23, 2013 at 3:24 pm

Speaking of which, has the Lexington Ring ordeal been officially swept under the rug?

mph April 22, 2013 at 8:24 pm

Maybe he quit to concentrate on the prostitution ring. Just kidding. Only a mouth breathing dumb fuck would think the mayor and Scott are running whores. incompetent, stupid and can’t get out of their own way. Sure. Running ass – only Folk’s conspiracy theory, racist sock puppet, ?, would keep throwing that shit against the wall hoping it would stick

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? April 22, 2013 at 9:22 pm

You are right again. Do you ever tire of being right? What happened to your pseudonym “Winston Smith” btw? It was rather appropriate.

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mph April 23, 2013 at 9:00 am

I’m rather surprised you recognized Winston Smith. I figured you were too busy putting together survival kits for the inevitable inflationary doomsday/zombie apocalypse to read anything other than the Left Behind series or the Anarchist Cookbook. Shhh, they’re outside your door listening.

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? April 23, 2013 at 10:11 am

Seriously, share with us why you named yourself Winston Smith for a bit. I’m truly curious to know.

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jay April 23, 2013 at 10:05 am

Running a prostitution ring, likely not. Hiring prostitutes and buying piles of cocaine for the sin den over off of Main Street, plausible. Sounds like Randy thinks he’s Alonzo Harris or something.

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? April 23, 2013 at 10:14 am

Come on now Jay, you are acting like a “conspiracy theorist”-and we all know those people are crazy.

You should just accept the PTSD narrative and shut up and go about your business.
You are not to be questioning our masters.

:)

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jay April 23, 2013 at 10:18 am

Yes, you’re right I should just keep shoveling thousands of my tax dollars in the greasy black shit filled hole that is Columbia and just STFU and accept the fact that Steve Benjamin is spearheading the movement to completely ruin what was once a great city.

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? April 23, 2013 at 10:24 am

I personally think Columbia has huge potential(and I like it anyway right now despite its warts) and I’ve lived and traveled in a lot of big and small cities.

It’s probably being retarded, both literally and figuratively right now. I think the key to Columbia thriving is to simply ignore the Statehouse and buffoons in local gov’t.

Business and a thriving economy in Columbia is the key to improving things, while doing your best to ignore the elected idiots despite whatever attempts they make to suppress the economy in the name of “helping” or being relevant in their minds.

The more they are marginalized the better.

Jay April 23, 2013 at 10:47 am

I’ve lived here for 15 years and have watched entire parts of the city become blighted out. Corridors that were once thriving are now boarded up, littered with garbage and frequented by the dregs. Columbia was on shaky ground when Benjamin took office and his poor decision making (professionally and personally) has sped up the regressive nature of this fledgling metro. Meanwhile, Knox White has literally transformed downtown Greenville in the same span of time. There is way too much posturing in city government here to get ANYTHING significant accomplished. The EPA is up their ass and around the corner to fix a sewer system that the city has been robbing the citizens blind to fix for over a decade and it’s not until they get hit with lawsuits that they get off their lazy crooked asses to do anything about. Let’s pump millions into the Palmetto Compress warehouse, but not spend a red penny to try stop our professional baseball team from being lured away to the upstate? All that time and money spent trying to sell the old stadium to Walmart developers, only to have that deal go south. That should tell you something about Mayor Benjamin’s ability to get shit done, not that I ever supported a downtown Walmart. It just proves that our city government is derelict.

I’ve lived in seven states and twelve cities all across the United States. I used to really brag on Columbia, suggesting to any of my friends looking for a place to settle down to “come give Columbia a try”. Sadly, I no longer do that. We play baseball at Trenholm Park, I routinely hear gunfire during broad daylight. I live in a great part of downtown Columbia, I routinely hear gunfire coming from the Gonzales Gardens area. I read report after report about rampant crime consuming Columbia and I just can’t, in good faith, suggest Columbia to ANYONE any longer. To know that our pathetic excuse for a police department is headed up by clowns like Scott and Santiago is to understand why Columbia is eaten up with criminal activity.

? April 23, 2013 at 10:54 am

I understand your viewpoint. I can’t disagree with anything you’ve written. I’d just offer to “keep your chin up”, it can’t get much worse, right? Maybe the situation with the drunk driving, drug using, hoe pimping mayor will resolve itself like the top cop situation?

I’ve always felt like private security in 5 points could do a MUCH better job then the cops anyway. I don’t understand why one of the business owners don’t get everyone together down there and make it happen.

jay April 23, 2013 at 11:00 am

I’m trying to keep my chin up, really I am. Nothing else to do, being an owner of multiple properties in this god foresaken place. My fear is that, if Benjamin isn’t lead away in handcuffs soon, he’s got the election office so rigged in his favor that it will take an act of congress to get the deadwood out of his seat. Thoughts?

Sam April 23, 2013 at 11:20 am

Wonder what Steve-o knows about the Sponseller murder?

? April 23, 2013 at 11:23 am

Yea, I really don’t know. You’ve got business decisions to make on the property’s, maybe juggling short term cash flow with long term expectations(which are up in the air)…so I understand your dilemma. I’m assuming they are income generating properties of course.

If they are not, well yea, I’d consider selling and moving the money someplace to generate cash.

Marc Faber, Jim Rogers, and others believe CERTAIN type of real estate are good hedges for uncertainty, inflation, etc.

I view owning real estate through the lens of it making me a convenient “tax cow” for malefactors in gov’t, but I came to that opinion over time and tax money before liquidating my real estate and leasing my business premises.

I live my life in a way to provide as little as lawfully possible to gov’t and focusing my energies on my business and productivity…

Real estate is really a mixed bag.

Guest April 23, 2013 at 11:32 am

Neither one are income generating any longer, effective 2007 when the non owner occupancy tax rape was put into effect. BOTH of my “investment” properties cost me dearly in criminal tax rates. I could understand it IF the quality of public school education had increased since I started getting bent over, but we are still at the bottom of the heap. I’ve actually considered ruining my credit and just walking away from all my Columbia property and moving, ALAS I will not be defeated or deflated by this cesspool. It has to start a purification process eventually, right?

? April 23, 2013 at 12:19 pm

Yea, but I agree sometimes the smartest thing is to simply “walk away”. The banks get their bailouts, but rest assured no one is coming to bail you out.

If it’s a negative cash flow situation you got to get out entirely and quickly, given the market that might mean walking away.

You might want to consider bankruptcy for a clean sheet as the issue gets resolved more quickly/cleanly and it makes everything the banks problem, including any past due taxes you have on the property.(you just wait it out, if the property is underwater enough the bank will probably do an “extend and pretend” and they will eventually be forced to pony up the past due taxes).

If you have the cash to play the waiting game, so be it. There are hedge fund researchers I read that say that inflation will stoke house prices back up….but the way I see it I have my doubts on the successful fundamentals to perpetuate things.

The only general consensus I’ve seen on real estate is farm land right now…(being “good”). Of course, many people don’t want to farm…but you can always be an owner/operator. Also, that’s still a “long term” play as well based on the demographics of farming.

jay April 23, 2013 at 12:35 pm

No, luckily I’ve managed to ride it out. Dutifully going down to the Richland Co tax office and emptying out my wallet once a year. Money I will not likely see again. Can’t take it with you right? Although it would be nice to have enough left over to make improvements on my primary residence, but I digress.

surfer, the web, that is April 23, 2013 at 11:19 am

Just like downtown Lexington. The town would flourish without Halfacre. Stace Day should be in charge. Mayor or sheriff would suit him.

Sam April 23, 2013 at 12:14 pm

Hear he was framed when he decided to run for sheriff. Shoud have known not to mess with the Lexington ring.

Squishy123 April 23, 2013 at 3:24 pm

Speaking of which, has the Lexington Ring ordeal been officially swept under the rug?

Truth Dealer April 22, 2013 at 9:25 pm

So…any guesses on how long it will take for Former Chief Shorty to end up back on the payroll at the RCSO? I’m guessing somewhere around May 2nd. I wonder where Leon will stick him now…

I also wonder about that retard Ruben. What a lying, backstabbing puppet he is. “Randy was my mentor for 14 years…” Look here…that ain’t anything to brag about dumbass…not if you want a legitimate shot at being the Chief. Of course…I’m quite sure he will end up back on the payroll at RCSO too…

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Jay April 23, 2013 at 9:41 am

I always thought Ruben might possibly be mentally retarded. Thank you for confirming this.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 23, 2013 at 2:32 pm

Ruben might be qualified to be this guy’s boss. Then again, maybe not…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jkBOU9etRA

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Truth Dealer April 22, 2013 at 9:25 pm

So…any guesses on how long it will take for Former Chief Shorty to end up back on the payroll at the RCSO? I’m guessing somewhere around May 2nd. I wonder where Leon will stick him now…

I also wonder about that retard Ruben. What a lying, backstabbing puppet he is. “Randy was my mentor for 14 years…” Look here…that ain’t anything to brag about dumbass…not if you want a legitimate shot at being the Chief. Of course…I’m quite sure he will end up back on the payroll at RCSO too…

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Jay April 23, 2013 at 9:41 am

I always thought Ruben might possibly be mentally retarded. Thank you for confirming this.

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CorruptionInColumbia April 23, 2013 at 2:32 pm

Ruben might be qualified to be this guy’s boss. Then again, maybe not…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jkBOU9etRA

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Bill Sherman April 22, 2013 at 9:54 pm

Must you Black to be a Chief in a Black South Carolina town ?

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Bill Sherman April 22, 2013 at 9:54 pm

Must you Black to be a Chief in a Black South Carolina town ?

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Morty April 22, 2013 at 10:16 pm

Hey Navarro…..you hear that whistle blowing?? That is the karma train coming!

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Morty April 22, 2013 at 10:16 pm

Hey Navarro…..you hear that whistle blowing?? That is the karma train coming!

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Rascal April 22, 2013 at 10:20 pm

Scott’s crying act on the 7:00 O’clock Report made me sick. With all of this corruption and taxpayer dollar abuses the citizens should be crying – not the politicians.

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jimlewisowb April 23, 2013 at 8:53 am

f I had to pull my mouth off a tit giving away that much free milk, I would probably cry

Now that he has labeled himself a victim it will be interesting to see who the little fucktard cons into putting him on their payroll

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shifty henry April 23, 2013 at 9:14 am

This photo reminds me —-

A guy was concerned that he could die in circumstances where his family might not be able to locate his last will and testament.

His attorney told him to have it tattooed on his penis, and it couldn’t be lost. After the pain and inconvenience of doing just that, he began to have doubts about it.

He was extremely upset after discussing this with the probate judge who then told him it was no good because “it wouldn’t stand up in court” !

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jimlewisowb April 23, 2013 at 9:30 am

Fella strolled into whore house. All the girls began turning away except the newest girl of the house.

What are y’all afraid of she asked. Finally the madam said the girls didn’t care for the tattoo on the fella’s pecker.

The new girl was intrigued so she walked up to the fella and invited him upstairs. As soon as they got in the room she asked to see his tattoo which he willing obliged.

When he dropped his shorts the letters MSU were prominent on his pecker. The new girl was surprised and excused herself for a few minutes. She went downstairs and confronted the Madam and told her she was disappointed in the little MSU tattoo.

The Madam replied, Darlin why don’t you go back upstairs because by time you get up there that little tattoo will read Mississippi State University and you will be screaming for help.

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shifty henry April 23, 2013 at 10:40 am

A prostitute in a brothel told her madam that this would be her last night working. The madam replied, “Why, honey, you can’t quit. You’re
the most popular girl here. I see you going up and down those
stairs 20 times a night.” “I know,” she says, “My feet are killing me!”

shifty henry April 23, 2013 at 10:51 am

Final thought – this is one of my favorite short stories….
“The Whore of Mensa” (Woody Allen)

Rascal April 22, 2013 at 10:20 pm

Scott’s crying act on the 7:00 O’clock Report made me sick. With all of this corruption and taxpayer dollar abuses the citizens should be crying – not the politicians.

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jimlewisowb April 23, 2013 at 8:53 am

f I had to pull my mouth off a tit giving away that much free milk, I would probably cry

Now that he has labeled himself a victim it will be interesting to see who the little fucktard cons into putting him on their payroll

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shifty henry April 23, 2013 at 9:14 am

This photo reminds me —-

A guy was concerned that he could die in circumstances where his family might not be able to locate his last will and testament.

His attorney told him to have it tattooed on his penis, and it couldn’t be lost. After the pain and inconvenience of doing just that, he began to have doubts about it.

He was extremely upset after discussing this with the probate judge who then told him it was no good because “it wouldn’t stand up in court” !

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jimlewisowb April 23, 2013 at 9:30 am

Fella strolled into whore house. All the girls began turning away except the newest girl of the house.

What are y’all afraid of she asked. Finally the madam said the girls didn’t care for the tattoo on the fella’s pecker.

The new girl was intrigued so she walked up to the fella and invited him upstairs. As soon as they got in the room she asked to see his tattoo which he willing obliged.

When he dropped his shorts the letters MSU were prominent on his pecker. The new girl was surprised and excused herself for a few minutes. She went downstairs and confronted the Madam and told her she was disappointed in the little MSU tattoo.

The Madam replied, Darlin why don’t you go back upstairs because by time you get up there that little tattoo will read Mississippi State University and you will be screaming for help.

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shifty henry April 23, 2013 at 10:40 am

A prostitute in a brothel told her madam that this would be her last night working. The madam replied, “Why, honey, you can’t quit. You’re
the most popular girl here. I see you going up and down those
stairs 20 times a night.” “I know,” she says, “My feet are killing me!”

shifty henry April 23, 2013 at 10:51 am

Final thought – this is one of my favorite short stories….
“The Whore of Mensa” (Woody Allen)

Jim A April 22, 2013 at 11:29 pm

City of Columbia what a joke. I feel sorry for all the officers who have not gotten pay increases for years.

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Jim A April 22, 2013 at 11:29 pm

City of Columbia what a joke. I feel sorry for all the officers who have not gotten pay increases for years.

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danman1213 April 23, 2013 at 4:54 am

PSDT!!!! My ass.. It a pitty party . The elite of Columbia has been burning the mid night oil and his sex pad.. Lies cover up have caught up with Cheif Shorty .. A lot could be said on how this was handle but it would do no good. The local news will not break the story if it were handed to them. Lets see what cushy job Cheif shorty has Ina year after things quite down.. Lets not forget the 5100.00 retirement buy out.. Will he repay..

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Dan April 23, 2013 at 4:54 am

PSDT!!!! My ass.. It a pitty party . The elite of Columbia has been burning the mid night oil and his sex pad.. Lies cover up have caught up with Cheif Shorty .. A lot could be said on how this was handle but it would do no good. The local news will not break the story if it were handed to them. Lets see what cushy job Cheif shorty has Ina year after things quite down.. Lets not forget the 5100.00 retirement buy out.. Will he repay..

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jch9596 April 23, 2013 at 9:42 am

Shame on Randy Scott for making a mockery of those who really do suffer from PTSD as well as the memory of the officer who got killed back in 2005. He should be man enough to make up another lie instead.

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jch9596 April 23, 2013 at 9:42 am

Shame on Randy Scott for making a mockery of those who really do suffer from PTSD as well as the memory of the officer who got killed back in 2005. He should be man enough to make up another lie instead.

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Carpe Jugulum April 23, 2013 at 9:56 am

PTSD!?! They REALLY DO think we are that stupid. Where is all the other media on this. This is an insult to to the individuals who actually suffer from this illness. I must admit however, that I did have to wipe away a tear when I saw the photo of General Lott and the Fire Chief in the “group hug” with Weeping Randy. Well, now that this clown has crapped his pants who is the next loser we will have to pay for? Oh, a nationwide search is planned. Excuse me, I have to go vomit now.

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Carpe Jugulum April 23, 2013 at 9:56 am

PTSD!?! They REALLY DO think we are that stupid. Where is all the other media on this. This is an insult to to the individuals who actually suffer from this illness. I must admit however, that I did have to wipe away a tear when I saw the photo of General Lott and the Fire Chief in the “group hug” with Weeping Randy. Well, now that this clown has crapped his pants who is the next loser we will have to pay for? Oh, a nationwide search is planned. Excuse me, I have to go vomit now.

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Scrappy April 23, 2013 at 11:56 am

This whole deal is a load of BS! None of this makes sense! For starters……PORS retirement would have been based on 54% of his highest earning years. He was at his max income in his career. A smart man would have stayed another year and gotten 3 full years to base that 54% on. That would have made a huge difference in retirement income.
IMO he was offered the buy out of 51K to get him to STFU and move on.
There is more to this story.

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Scrappy April 23, 2013 at 11:56 am

This whole deal is a load of BS! None of this makes sense! For starters……PORS retirement would have been based on 54% of his highest earning years. He was at his max income in his career. A smart man would have stayed another year and gotten 3 full years to base that 54% on. That would have made a huge difference in retirement income.
IMO he was offered the buy out of 51K to get him to STFU and move on.
There is more to this story.

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mark m April 23, 2013 at 12:22 pm

Very Very interesting!After last Sun headlines about the city buying out his retirment for over 50,000.oo,I knew for sure There was something rotten in Denmark!!When Columbia Action Council Executive Director,Judy Stringer, retired after almost 30 years service to the city retired,she was stripped of her retirement promised by Mayor Coble and city council and was all but humiliated!!

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mark m April 23, 2013 at 12:22 pm

Very Very interesting!After last Sun headlines about the city buying out his retirment for over 50,000.oo,I knew for sure There was something rotten in Denmark!!When Columbia Action Council Executive Director,Judy Stringer, retired after almost 30 years service to the city retired,she was stripped of her retirement promised by Mayor Coble and city council and was all but humiliated!!

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trueamericanhero April 24, 2013 at 3:40 pm

what they need to do is look into these three females at the police agency..Jennifer Jordan, Jackie Rivas and Bridget Caffery…all three of these females were having a sexual relationship with Randy Scott and it is known to many of this…Bridget is still with Randy Scott to this day….I am sure that she is with him now..

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trueamericanhero April 24, 2013 at 3:40 pm

what they need to do is look into these three females at the police agency..Jennifer Jordan, Jackie Rivas and Bridget Caffery…all three of these females were having a sexual relationship with Randy Scott and it is known to many of this…Bridget is still with Randy Scott to this day….I am sure that she is with him now..

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MisterBigPickle July 8, 2013 at 12:33 am

Good riddance to bad rubbish

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Guest July 8, 2013 at 12:33 am

Good riddance to bad rubbish

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