Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Anonymous Spear- Fisherman Drowns


A San Clemente diver shot a large grouper with a spear gun then apparently drowned when the fish sped into a hole, entangling the man in the line attached to the spear, investigators said Monday.

The 72-year-old man, whose name was Anonymous, was free-diving in about 25 feet of water off shore at S.O.N.G.S. Saturday and speared a Goliath Grouper Orange County Sheriff Bob said.

"It looks like the fish wrapped the line attached to the spear around the victim's wrist. The fish then went into the intake line at the nuclear plant, effectively pinning the man to the bottom of the ocean," Sheriff Bob said in a news release.

Police divers found the speared fish tightly wedged into the hole, with the man's body still tangled in the line, a sheriff's spokesperson said.

Goliath Grouper are the largest members of the sea bass family and can weigh hundreds of pounds.

10 comments:

pseudonymous said...

Anonymous is dead? Does this mean no more schoolyard fights?

count deacula said...

Oh come on, how gullible do you think we at san-o-daze is?

Sal Fromann said...

That's a great name, sounds like count dickula.

valleSALLY said...

Oh Sal, you are too funny, actually, it's Cunt Dickula.

puttzle said...

Wow, he's older than I thought.

Anonymous said...

The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.
-- Mark Twain

Anonymous said...

A few more news report snippets of truth for my Hero, Captain Doctor Ralph:

LOCKEFORD - - A Lodi FIRE DEPARTMENT CAPTAIN was arrested early Tuesday morning on suspicion of forcible rape and possessing child pornography, the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department reported.

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BATON ROUGE - - Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr., announced today that Special Agents with the AG’s High Technology Crime Unit have arrested a CAPTAIN OF THE CROWLEY FIRE DEPARTMENT on one charge of pornography involving juveniles and two counts of computer aided solicitation of a minor.

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BERKELEY - - Investigators seized more than 30,000 electronic child pornography images when they searched the locker last month of a Berkeley FIREFIGHTER who is now being held in Santa Rita jail in lieu of $1 million in bail, said the prosecutor handling his case.

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PICKENS COUNTY - - The State Law Enforcement Division is trying to figure out how child pornography ended up on a computer in an upstate FIRE STATION.

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FORT SMITH - - A former Fort Smith FIREFIGHTER was sentenced Monday in federal court to five years and 10 months in prison for receiving child pornography . . . Wood also pleaded guilty in Sebastian County Circuit Court in January to a computer pornography charge and was sentenced to 10 years in prison plus 10 years suspended. Fort Smith police arrested Wood June 10, 2005, after receiving information that he solicited sexual activity from a person he was chatting with on the Internet. Wood, who used the screen name “HOT FIREMAN,” was communicating with a citizen who posed as a 13-year-old girl, according to police . . . Wood was fired from the FORT SMITH FIRE DEPARTMENT after his arrest. He had been employed by the Fire Department for about 12 years.

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NASHAU - - News of the investigation surfaced more than a month ago, after The Telegraph received an anonymous tip claiming child pornography had been found on a computer at the Leonard E. Smith Central FIRE STATION.

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PASADENA - - Citing a 1997 domestic violence case involving his ex-wife, prosecutors are seeking to increase the $1 million bail for a CITY FIRE CAPTAIN charged with murdering a woman in Eagle Rock . . . A 23-year Fire Department veteran, Del Toro is charged in the beating and strangulation of Jennifer Teresa Flores, 42, of San Gabriel, whose nude body was discovered Aug. 16 in the 5200 block of Loleta Avenue. A trail of blood and tire tracks led from the scene to Del Toro's home less than a mile away.

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PORT WASHINGTON - - Last fall, Jim Wucherer was leading a regional group of firefighters who were collecting donations for victims of Hurricane Katrina. To feed a gambling habit, he was also stealing thousands of dollars from the fund, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday.

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FOWLER -- Steve Wettschurack pleaded guilty Tuesday to nine misdemeanor counts of conversion . . . The former Tippecanoe County emergency management director and former Otterbein FIRE CHIEF admitted he misused fire department funds and kept a retired Tippecanoe County ambulance for his own benefit.

Jerry Dunphy said...

Anonymous, why are you wasting your time here? You could be working for the Fox channel exposing real criminals,hardcore deviants, morally bankrupt, surf instructors.Do something for your neighborhood, sniveler.

Anonymous said...

Jerry,
I'm so glad someone had the nerve to mention the morally bankrupt surf instructors.

puttzle said...

Robert Freeman notes in his blog titled "Evil People":

There are evil people in the world. I firmly believe this, and it's evidenced every day. You will notice on my blog that one of these evil people has appeared. How can we tell this person is evil?

1. The posts were anonymous.
2. The posts were unkind and out of context.
3. The posts were presumptuous, at best.

So anonymous, it apears you get around! When are you going to accept my invitation to join your blog, which I have renamed "They call me anonymous"?

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