The Bibb administration is correct that Shane Bartek was not a Cleveland “law enforcement officer” when he was killed during a car robbery

CLEVELAND, OH – What did not take place on Mayor Justin Bibb’s first day in office is the Cleveland Police Patrolmens Association (CPPA) exerting any intimidating influence over his administration’s decision that Shane Bartek’s homicide was “not in the line of duty.”  Cleveland taxpayers bear no financial responsibility for Bartek’s loss of life during an armed robbery of his personal vehicle in Kamm’s Corner.  He wasn’t “clocked in” as a Cleveland municipal employee at the time of his death.  The ruling also changes the legal dynamics of the criminal prosecutions of the man and woman who engaged in the armed…

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Tyron Woodley spars in downtown Public Square ahead of fight with Cleveland’s own Jake Paul

CLEVELAND, OH – Clevelanders can’t hate boxing and mixed martial arts reformer Jake Paul for showing the city a lot of love.  Right now he’s the area’s hottest celebrity in the boxing world and his Showtime fight with former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley of Ferguson, Missouri.  Ferguson is the Saint Louis, Missouri suburb that became know globally for ex-cop Darren Wilson’s shooting death of Michael Brown and the rioting that occurred afterwards.  It’s 6.5 miles from East Saint Louis, Illinois and 75 percent American Negro. Paul and Woodley will be battling on August 30, 2021 at the Rocket Mortgage…

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Pool is a game to be played in a pool room with better players if the only place you’ve played is at home with your family and friends

CLEVELAND, OH – This “business closing” pandemic bullshit Governor Richard Michael Dewine created when he and his quack health director, Dr. Amy Stearns-Acton, lied about the number of CoVid 19 infected Ohioans screwed up my pool game, but not by much. Thirteen Ohioans were infected on March 12, 2020.  Not the 117,000 they’d “estimated.”  Where I’d played at least three times a week, way down from five days a week, I stopped playing for most of 2020 after he and Ohio’s mayors and councils decided they had the authority to tell Americans who weren’t infected to “stay at home.” Now…

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