Woman Found Beaten, Robbed In Parking Lot

Lexington police are looking for a suspect after a woman says she was assaulted and robbed.

The woman told Police she was walking on 5th Street near Smith Street when a man walked up behind her and knocked her to the ground.

The man took her money.

Police are looking for a black male named Click, who is in his mid-20's and has a medium build.

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  • by c Location: Fkt on Sep 11, 2007 at 07:07 AM
    Unfortunately, Gail, it would do no good to write to anyone! Our governor, supreme court justices, judges, and lawmakers refuse to listen to the crys of their people! They are only interested in the money and fame they can get! I just read were 74% of people of KY support capital punishment, but do you think the governing body of KY will listen, NO! It takes 20 years before all their appeals are finished and justice can be carried out, even then there is no guarntee that the criminal will be executed. There is no justice for victims in America anymore, the criminals have all the rights, not the victims. Lawyers could care less about victims, only about making money. I feel sorry for this dear lady, but her attacker will most likely never serve a day in jail and will continue to victimize others. People will have to start defending themselves against these criminals because the police won't & even if they do, the judges set them free again.
  • by gail Location: winchester on Sep 10, 2007 at 07:26 AM
    Mark how true your words ring and not just for lexingtonians either. It is true for people every where here in KY. What I want to know who is over the judges that sit on the benches? Going to them to regulate the judges to start with might put more of the felons behind bars faster and for a lot longer and inforce the probation of those that are released! If someone could tell me who to write I would!
  • by Mark Location: Lexington on Sep 10, 2007 at 05:41 AM
    Yet another example of the lack of respect for the rule of law in Lexington Kentucky. If any laws are selected for non enforcement then all laws will be disrespected. As long as Lexington is a sanctuary city the residents can expect to be preyed upon by the violent criminals who know the police department is not capable of enforcing the law. Mayor Newberry and Chief Beatty have tied the police officers' hands by creating a policy of non enforcement of felony law violations. They have left Lexingtonians defenseless in the face of new and violent criminal acts that constitute a crime wave created by government violation of their oaths of office and responsibility to defend this nation from all enemies foreign and domestic. God help us all. The corrupt politicians won't.


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