Neal Pollard I served the Livingston Police Department in Sumter County, Alabama, as a reserve officer for two years. I had a uniform and a badge, though the service I rendered was as chaplain. The relationship between law enforcement and citizens there was very positive, but I remember talking with officers about the media bias … Continue reading Misguided Malice
Neal Pollard There was a disappearance and a murder confession. So, the last thing police expected when they stopped at “Mrs. Schneider’s” apartment in Dusseldorf, Germany, was to find the 1984 murder victim, Petra Pazsitka, talking to them. Thus began the unraveling of an elaborate plot by Ms. Pazskitka to disappear and reemerge with a … Continue reading AFTER 31 YEARS, MURDER VICTIM IS FOUND ALIVE
Neal Pollard Baltimore was the host of history yesterday. Never, in nearly 150 years of professional baseball in America, has a regular season baseball game between two Major League teams been closed to the public. I estimated the crowd inside Camden Yard to have been exactly zero fans in the stands, breaking Baltimore’s old record-low … Continue reading No Fans?
Neal Pollard I am sad whenever anyone in a position of power and authority abuses that, worse whenever that abuse turns deadly. I am sad whenever anyone, of any color, demonstrates prejudice toward any group, race, ethnicity, or similar common denominator. I am sad whenever anyone tries to commit a crime and get away with … Continue reading “Every Way Of A Man Is Right In His Own Eyes”