Tuesday, December 7, 2010

2010 Everyday Zeroes Nominees

2010 has been a slow year, but there are three nominees for the "Everyday Zeroes" vigilante category at the Annual Shiitake Awards website. You can access the site by clicking on the link:

http://shiitakeawards.blogspot.com/

Since this is a blog about vigilantes, and since one of them has been posted here already, I'm adding the category here. Go and vote for your favorite!

Jasen D. Bruce, Florida: Marine reservist turned pharmacist and wannabe model, Bruce attacked a Greek Orthodox priest who stopped and asked him for directions. Bruce, who beat the priest with a tire iron, claimed the priest was a "robber, terrorist, and molester." Can't we ship him to Iraq or something? By the way, he's from Florida, what does that tell you?

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Barbara Farris, Florida: Farris has everything we expect in this category-- notoriety, stupidity, and the fact she lives in Florida. She was arrested in Alabama for Menacing; Farris claims the charges were dropped. She never learned her lesson-- she is facing more charges of harassment and impersonating a police officer.

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David Griffon, California: This man assaulted and robbed a sex offender and attempted to rob another registrant before being taken down by the police. He faces multiple charges, including assault, trespassing, vandalism, burglary, and assault with a deadly weapon. He used the Megan's Law website to choose his victims.



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I'm sure there will be no shortage of award nominees next year!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't forget those on this list.

ONLINE VIGILANTES / HARASSERS

Once Fallen said...

You know, for all the crap PJ/AZU have done over the years, lately they've done NOTHING remotely newsworthy. In fact, AZU has never made headlines. The Everyday Zeroes category contains people who MADE headlines. AZU can't even exploit the Amazon pedo book controversy. AZU is on the decline, as evidenced by their own blog as well as their associate blogs.