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SurferJoe46
01-09-2010, 04:20 AM
Paris Hilton denies the cocaine in the purse she was carrying was hers (http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-0831-paris-hilton-20100831,0,2447768.story?track=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+latimes%2Fmostviewed+%28L.A.+ Times+-+Most+Viewed+Stories%29)


Hilton and Waits were stopped near the Wynn Hotel, where a crowd gathered as officers prepared to search the Cadillac Escalade for narcotics, according to the report. Hilton told the officer she needed to use the bathroom and was escorted into the hotel.

Lt. Dennis Flynn of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said Hilton carried the purse into the hotel, and he had her place it on a table in a security room. As they waited for a female officer to arrive to help with the search, Hilton asked for her purse to get lip balm.

"As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggy begin to fall from the purse and into my hand," Flynn wrote. "I then immediately took the purse and dropped the bindle back on the top," waiting for another officer to witness the recovery.

The lieutenant asked "Hilton whose cocaine it was, and she said she had not seen it and" thought it was gum, he wrote in the report.

Hilton told him she borrowed the purse, but the cash, asthma medication, credit cards and Zig-Zag wrappers inside were hers, Flynn said.

She allegedly told Flynn that the cosmetics in the purse were not hers. Flynn noted that Zig-Zag wrappers are typically used to roll marijuana cigarettes.

Hilton's attorney, David Chesnoff, urged people not to "rush to judgment."

I bet she just bought that purse and that stuff was already in it - ya think?

PaulD
01-09-2010, 07:35 AM
"Flynn wrote. "I then immediately took the purse and dropped the bindle back on the top," waiting for another officer to witness the recovery."

A defence lawyer will probably suggest Flynn could have introduced the drug.

prefect
01-09-2010, 07:55 AM
She is just a drug addict.Send her jail its the best place for druggies.

paulw
01-09-2010, 09:21 AM
The problem is she will get a smack on the hand due to her name. Anyone else jail time..

bob_doe_nz
01-09-2010, 10:12 AM
Who is this paris hilton you speak of?

Gobe1
01-09-2010, 10:21 AM
The problem is she will get a smack on the hand due to her name. Anyone else jail time..

Her name, dont you mean her money??

Digby
01-09-2010, 02:16 PM
Yes, send to her a normal jail.
That will teach her a lesson.

She got let off in South Africa!

(and don't all volunteer to teach her a lesson !)

SolMiester
01-09-2010, 03:36 PM
She is just a drug addict.Send her jail its the best place for druggies.

What?...how old are you?....Are people that have a beer alcoholics?, FCS get a grip! How the hell is jail the best place for her. The people with your exact attitude, why we have issues with drugs in our society..

What I want to know, is why she just didn't put her hands up and say fair cop...Apparently the lawyer is trying for unlawful search now....She should just stand up, instead of sniveling and trying to weasel out of the bust!

prefect
01-09-2010, 03:58 PM
They sort their drug problems out in jail because hopefully they cant get any drugs in jail.

Bozo
01-09-2010, 04:20 PM
What?...how old are you?....Are people that have a beer alcoholics?, FCS get a grip! How the hell is jail the best place for her. The people with your exact attitude, why we have issues with drugs in our society..


Alcohol is not illegal, whereas drugs are.

You cannot walk into a store, select your drug from a shelf then go home and 'have a quiet few'. You have to make a conscience decision to go and illegally purchase/acquire drugs, keep them hidden, and use them away from the long arm of the law.

People who take drugs are druggies. I don't care what their reason for taking them is, they deliberately chose to disobey the law (just as speeders do) and deserve to be punished to the full extent of the law.

SurferJoe46
01-09-2010, 04:29 PM
Paris' house got broken into a week or so ago, and I bet the thief put the drugs and makeup in her purse at that time.

SoniKalien
01-09-2010, 06:26 PM
They sort their drug problems out in jail because hopefully they cant get any drugs in jail.

Actually jail is probably the best place to get drugs...

rob_on_guitar
01-09-2010, 07:40 PM
Actually jail is probably the best place to get drugs...

This is very true, although I would say "If you found yourself in jail, you wouldn't have an issue finding drugs".

prefect
01-09-2010, 08:04 PM
Lol I said hopefully they wont get drugs in jail.
It cant be hard to stop drugs in jail surely, cell searches smoke sensors etc.
I just love the idea of prisoners going cold turkey off drugs when they go to jail.
Soon the crooks wont be able to even smoke tobacco imagine the distress they will go through next year. There could be a god.

SoniKalien
01-09-2010, 08:56 PM
You might like the idea - but think of the prison guards who have to deal with the backlash! Poor buggers

Winston001
01-09-2010, 08:57 PM
Paris Hilton has already served a short stretch in jail at Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Los Angeles in June 2007 for driving in breach of court orders.

She was held and released in July 2010 for cannabis possession at Figiri airport in Corsica.

I really don't care. She adds nothing to the sum of human knowledge.

Billy T
02-09-2010, 09:40 PM
She'll get back on her feet ok, she'll just lever herself up with the aid of a few million$, but she'll end up on her back again in no time I'm sure, apparently it's her favourite position. :rolleyes:

Cheers

Billy 8-{)

SurferJoe46
03-09-2010, 04:40 AM
NEWS FLASH:::: (http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/entertainment&id=7644913&cmp=emc-kabc-Eyewitness_News,_Southern_Californias_News_Leader-090210-Entertainment5-7644913)

Paris Hilton & Boyfriend Banned From Vegas Clubs

Boyfriend (DUI and in possession of drugs/drug paraphernalia) loses cushy job as manager of two other clubs, after only a week or so employed there.

Grass roach found in his Cadillac Escalade. Car seized by authorities.

Whoops - there goes 80-Grand!

Gobe1
03-09-2010, 12:24 PM
I saw one of those Cadillac Escalade's in the flesh the other day, very striking vehicle. has to bee seen to be apreciated i think

SurferJoe46
03-09-2010, 01:06 PM
I saw one of those Cadillac Escalade's in the flesh the other day, very striking vehicle. has to bee seen to be apreciated i think

They are that!

Think outrageously large and expensive Cadillac in a really beautiful paint job, 24K gold trim (dealer option only) and every possible option that you can imagine inside, outside and under the hood.

Automatic parallel parking
Anti-tailgate/collision/accident prevention Sonar system
Wander-Lane control (sees the white lines)
Rear-view/side-view closed circuit TV
Automatic running boards for in/egress
Eight-zone heating and air conditioning, with keyfob memory for multiple drivers.
Keyfob entry/alarm system.
Keyfob interior settings for seat positions, pedal height, steering wheel tilt and mirror settings.
Back-up radar and automatic collision/back-up brake application
Never-Flat, self re-inflating tires and adjustable tire pressure from driver's seat.
Anti-Roll ABS and PAS system
10.1 theatrical sound system.
WIFI & BluTooth
Onboard DVD and webcam, multiple pop-down screens for passengers
Heated/cooled seats - ALL of them.
Auto-tint side windows, electrically opaque'd
All the airbags you can conceive
GPS and On-Star constant telemetry
Centralized 'light-generator' for all lighting via fiber optics. (Optional at this time)
12,000 lb towing payload
Supercharged & Turbocharged Diesel optional - not in California
Supercharged & Turbocharged Gasoline engine aspiration, 89 R/M Octane only
AWD, no extra charge

More things than I care to mention at the mo.

I will NOT be buying one in deference to youse guys needing some petrol for yourselves next week.

I think the gas tank holds 50 gallons or more, but my Blazer holds 38 gallons - so there!

Here's the Edmonds' Sheet on it::


The current (third-generation) Cadillac Escalade is the most modern and luxurious version of this full-size SUV to date. A stiff, fully boxed frame and a coil-spring front suspension provide a smoother ride than in years past, and handling is more controlled and predictable.

In addition, a variable-rate rack and pinion steering system makes it easier to manage in tight spaces. However, with a curb weight of over 5,700 pounds, it's still a stretch to call the Escalade nimble.

It's not a stretch to call it quick, though, as its all-aluminum 6.2-liter V8 delivers 403 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque, providing brisk acceleration in virtually any situation.

A six-speed automatic transmission handles the gearchanges and even offers a manual-shift mode for those drivers willing to press a pair of buttons on the Escalade's old-fashioned column shifter.

The transmission routes power to the rear wheels on two-wheel-drive models or all four on all-wheel-drive models.

As with the previous generation, there's no option to get four-wheel drive with low-range gearing, as Cadillac has equipped the Escalade for duty in the urban jungle rather than the jungle jungle.

Inside, unlike previous generations, the Escalade no longer feels like a hastily reupholstered Chevy Tahoe. The wood trim isn't real, but it tastefully accents a sleek dash trimmed in very high-quality vinyl or full-cow leather.

Blue-needled electroluminescent gauges are unique to the Escalade, and they match the graphics on the large center screen that handles audio, navigation and rearview camera functions.

Escalades have supple leather upholstery as standard and can be configured to seat six, seven or eight passengers.

A power-folding second-row seat option eases access to the third row.

The Escalade also boasts considerable cargo capacity, though there's still no fold-flat third-row seat -- instead, the pair of heavy seats must be removed from the vehicle.

The latest Cadillac Escalade model debuted for the 2007 model year.

Since then, changes have been light and related mostly to new standard and optional features.

The following year saw the introduction of the plush Platinum Edition while 2009 brought E85 fuel capability and available high-tech features such as a blind-spot warning system, LED headlights, Bluetooth and a rearview camera.

The '10 Escalade received cylinder-deactivation technology; those models produced earlier achieve 1 fewer mpg.

That year also saw the addition of new front side-impact airbags, a strengthened door design and a new USB connection for portable audio devices.

Lovely - but not my cuppa.

Gobe1
03-09-2010, 02:19 PM
Automatic parallel parking ?? how does that work??

kenj
03-09-2010, 02:26 PM
They are that!

Think outrageously large and expensive Cadillac in a really beautiful paint job, 24K gold trim (dealer option only) and every possible option that you can imagine inside, outside and under the hood.

Automatic parallel parking
Anti-tailgate/collision/accident prevention Sonar system
Wander-Lane control (sees the white lines)
Rear-view/side-view closed circuit TV
Automatic running boards for in/egress
Eight-zone heating and air conditioning, with keyfob memory for multiple drivers.
Keyfob entry/alarm system.
Keyfob interior settings for seat positions, pedal height, steering wheel tilt and mirror settings.
Back-up radar and automatic collision/back-up brake application
Never-Flat, self re-inflating tires and adjustable tire pressure from driver's seat.
Anti-Roll ABS and PAS system
10.1 theatrical sound system.
WIFI & BluTooth
Onboard DVD and webcam, multiple pop-down screens for passengers
Heated/cooled seats - ALL of them.
Auto-tint side windows, electrically opaque'd
All the airbags you can conceive
GPS and On-Star constant telemetry
Centralized 'light-generator' for all lighting via fiber optics. (Optional at this time)
12,000 lb towing payload
Supercharged & Turbocharged Diesel optional - not in California
Supercharged & Turbocharged Gasoline engine aspiration, 89 R/M Octane only
AWD, no extra charge

More things than I care to mention at the mo.

I will NOT be buying one in deference to youse guys needing some petrol for yourselves next week.

I think the gas tank holds 50 gallons or more, but my Blazer holds 38 gallons - so there!

Here's the Edmonds' Sheet on it::



Lovely - but not my cuppa.

Yeah, but will it go without a push start Joe?

Ken

Gobe1
03-09-2010, 02:34 PM
my Blazer holds 38 gallons - so there
That would cost you nearly 300 bucks to fill up here in upsideown land Joe (did i calculate that right?)

SurferJoe46
03-09-2010, 04:01 PM
Automatic parallel parking ?? how does that work??

Never drove a car with that option - but you pull up to the place you need to park, parallel to the next more forward vehicle in this case and it automatically backs whilst steering and finally settles itself into the space all by itself.

Kinda kewl - huh?

SurferJoe46
03-09-2010, 04:06 PM
Yeah, but will it go without a push start Joe?

Ken

It's not a moped! I think you can push it to NY and back and the engine won't turn over once.

It WILL, however smoke the tires for a few city blocks! Trust me - I've seen them run.

Modern automatic transmission aren't built with a rear pump the activate things inside. The rear pump - if it had one - would have run off the output shaft as it turned with the wheels/differential/d-shaft, etc.



my Blazer holds 38 gallons - so there
That would cost you nearly 300 bucks to fill up here in Upsidedown Land Joe (did i calculate that right?)

It's an Imperial Gallons verses US Gallons verses Liters and such and so far counting by tens isn't one of my biggest talents - and converting them even less so.

BobM
03-09-2010, 04:21 PM
About $250 NZ.

prefect
03-09-2010, 05:42 PM
About $250 NZ.

About the price of a good cheap secondhand car then like a Morris 1300.

prefect
03-09-2010, 05:44 PM
Automatic parallel parking ?? how does that work??

Maybe a fold out helicopter type rotor comes out of the roof and you can hover the car to the side of the kerb.
:)

SurferJoe46
04-09-2010, 04:21 AM
About the price of a good cheap secondhand car then like a Morris 1300.

Good + Morris = FAIL.