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    Let's face it, train wreaks are entertaining. Perhaps this is why I like watching Finck unravel and kvetch.

    This thread is to showcase some awesome "Epic Fails" and promote my friend's YouTube in the process.

    Feel free to add your own, bitch.

    " I'm Green Ghost, bitch! What? "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Ghost View Post

    This thread is to showcase some awesome "Epic Fails" and promote my friend's YouTube in the process.

    Feel free to add your own, bitch.

    Your friend looks kinda spakish.. that a word? Spakish. Maybe Spainkikeish or Mexikike. We need marty on this one!

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    I dig that nose, man! Looks like he's eating a potato!

    “The righteous mother of the seven children spake also as follows to her offspring: I was a pure virgin, and went not beyond my father’s house; but I took care of the built-up rib. No destroyer of the desert, or ravisher of the plain, injured me; nor did the destructive, deceitful, snake, make spoil of my chaste virginity; and I remained with my husband during the period of my prime.” (4 Maccabees 18:7-8)

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    That's not my home boy! I've yet to post his site, bitch.

    " I'm Green Ghost, bitch! What? "

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    Ol homeboy looked like a jacked up version of Joe Rogan. UFC, bitch! What?

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    Warden and 2 Jail Guards Held in Death
    Published: March 16, 1989

    A deputy warden and two guards at the Hudson County Jail were arrested today on charges of murder and official misconduct in the beating death of a 27-year-old prisoner.

    The arrests came on a day that included the victim's funeral in a church a mile from where he was beaten, a demonstration outside the jail protesting brutality, minor disturbances by other prisoners and an announcement by county officials that allegations of racism and violence in the badly overcrowded jail would be investigated. The prisoner, Arnaldo Ortega of Jersey City, was beaten for 15 to 20 minutes in a jail elevator late last Wednesday and early Thursday and then was left lying in a holding pen without medical attention for 16 hours before being taken to a hospital, said the County Prosecutor, Paul M. DePascale.

    Mr. Ortega, who was in jail on a burglary charge and was to be released March 30, died at University Hospital in Newark last Saturday. According to the death certificate, he died of ''blunt force injuries to the head, face, neck, trunk and extremities.''

    His death prompted demands by Mr. Ortega's family for an investigation into his death and an allegation by their lawyer, Patrick G. Patel, that there was a ''goon squad'' of correction officers who beat inmates without provocation.

    The prosecutor said at a news conference today that the investigation into Mr. Ortega's death had ended and that no further arrests were expected.

    Mr. DePascale, who was asked Tuesday by County Executive Robert C. Janiszewski to investigate whether such a squad existed, said that there was a special unit that responds to crises but that there was no evidence of unprovoked attacks. He added that it was not within his purview to investigate general conditions at the jail. Mr. Janiszewski, at a news conference following Mr. DePascale's, announced that an independent investigation into allegations of racism and violence in the jail would be conducted by the Public Safety Committee of the County Board of Freeholders and the internal affairs office of the County Division of Corrections.

    He said the committee would not investigate Mr. Ortega's death but would explore why he was allowed to languish in a holding cell for 16 hours after the beating without medical attention.

    Those arrested were identified as Raymond Murray, a 20-year veteran of the Corrections Division who was promoted to deputy warden six years ago; Thomas Murphy, a correction officer for a year, and David Dumers, who has been on the job seven years and William Finck who had been a sergeant at the time, the sentences mean that two men who so brutally abused their authority as prison officials will spend the next decade and a half as inmates themselves.

    U.S. District Judge John Lifland ordered Dumers to serve 15 years and Finck imprisoned for 14 years. Charges Are Denied

    They reported to the prosecutor's office, where they were arrested at 11:30 A.M. Three hours later, they pleaded not guilty in an appearance before Judge Kevin G. Callahan of State Superior Court, who imposed bail of $50,000 for each and referred the case to a grand jury. If convicted of murder, they face 30 years to life in prison.

    Officer Murphy's lawyer, John Moore, complained that the bail was prohibitive. The quiet of the courtroom was broken by the sobbing of one of Mr. Dumers's relatives.

    A mile away in the downtown section, 150 people were attending a Mass in the 125-year-old St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church, where the altar was draped in the purple cloth of Lent. The Rev. Ricardo Gonzalez, the pastor, told family and friends that the death of a young person was the most painful. He did not mention the circumstances under which Mr. Ortega died.

    Mr. Ortega's three brothers were among eight pallbearers who guided the white coffin down the aisle, with their mother, Magda Negron, walking closely behind as an organist-vocalist sang in Spanish, ''Keep in mind that Jesus Christ died for you.'' Demonstration at Jail

    Outside the 63-year-old jail on Pavonia Avenue, about 100 men, women and children demonstrated. The protest was sponsored by the Jersey City branch of the All People's Congress, which its chairman, John Jones, said was a 10-year-old civil rights coalition. He said the demonstration was to protest Mr. Ortega's death and ''racial brutality inside the jail and outside.''

    Maynard Banks, first vice president of the Jersey City chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, who is deputy director of city housing and economic development, told the crowd that his organization supported official inquiries into accusations of brutality in the jail and planned its own investigation.

    The jail, built for 300 prisoners, held about 750 last night. A Superior Court judge had ordered it closed as unconstitutional and inhumane, and the county is now building a new jail in Kearny for $82 million. Paul M. Swibinski, a spokesman for the County Executive, said that during the demonstration the inmates had been noisy and that many tried ''to create as much disturbance as possible.'' He said that several small fires were set in some trash cans in the jail but that they were quickly extinguished with no damage. Tensions 'Running High'

    By evening, he said, there had been no injuries or arrests and the jail was back to normal, with tensions ''still running high.''

    Mr. DePascale, whose conduct of the investigation was praised by county officials and the Ortega family through a brother, Angel M., 31, said Mr. Ortega had been taken from his cell after complaining about not receiving medication for a head pain for which he had visited a hospital earlier in the week.

    He was beaten, Mr. DePascale said, in the elevator between the fourth floor where he was housed and the basement. The three officers, who were suspended without pay, will not be held in the Hudson County Jail, Mr. DePascale said, but in the now-vacant Bayonne Municipal Jail.

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