Sheriff Schieferdecker Apologizes to “Little Fag Jew Boys”
Schuyler County Illinois Not knowing how the internet works, a Central Illinois sheriff decided the best way to learn was to just jump in head first. He would have chosen feet first but he’d not seen them in years. That’s really not important, the fact he was courageous enough is all that matters. We like that character attribute in those who’re sworn to protect and serve. But a funny thing happened on the way home to plow those fields in farmville after a long night of hunting the [ever so elusive] anhydrous thieves; thoughts of gay-Jewish guys flittered into his brain. And he couldn’t wait to sign onto his computer to opine. Or something like that.
Some of you may remember and some of you may be curious, I was first “introduced” to Sheriff Schieferdecker back in October of 2009. With his stellar professionalism, coupled with the fact Ryan Boyd has yet to go to trial for his “alleged” crimes, it’s no wonder why I continued to remain mildly fascinated and curious with this sheriff. I mean, who would have thought the dead boy’s parents would find out the sheriff had not been honest with them? Not with the awesome communication skills of the idiots involved.
Following up on a “tip”, I followed a link provided which led me to believe I’d find something about the sheriff condoning under-aged drinking. I will admit, I didn’t think I could do much with that information other than tuck it away for a rainy day. But then there it was; looking back at me like a beacon in the dark calling for attention; the simple and innocent statement corresponding with a picture of a young man: ”Yup and his mouth is open, his glasses are off, he’s ready, little fag Jew boy.” Oops. I stuck my head in cold water, refreshed the page, and to beat all odds that statement was still there.
I did what any normal person would do. *I laughed it off. Long after I screen printed the fucker and posted it on Crime Crawlers’ facebook page. (* Laughed if off as in: oooh shit, the fat fuck hung himself)
The young man who’s page hosting the majority of Sheriff Schieferdecker’s musings is 20-years-old. He works for the sheriff. So does the boy featured in the photo: the fag jew boy himself. And as much as Shieferdecker would love for us to believe he was just jacking around with these two boys, as much as he’d love for us to believe it’s a natural thing they shared, it’s important to acknowledge the fact Schieferdecker was/is their boss and equally important: there’s little to no participation from either employee after their clever (and disturbed) superior drops his jokes. But to the sheriff’s defense, how the hell does one top his jokes? The hilarity coming off those fat fingertips would be difficult to rival.
Don Schieferdecker thought this was all a big joke, thought his explanation when confronted would be sufficient and it’d all go away, realizing his succinct words would be enough to smooth the situation over for those who lacked his sense of humor. “Jesse and I work together, we are very very close friends. He is always jacking with me, throwing jabs, kidding around, Spencer and I always jack around with him back. Spencer had put a picture of Jesse on facebook and made a comment about it I made one back. It was a joke back at Jesse as we are always messing with each other. Nothing meant by it, I would do anything for the young man as i know he would back. Just pissing with each other.” To quote Lazlo: ”Ha fucking ha ha”. Funny. Jesse never did jack back in that conversation. Nor did Spencer. Just Don. He’s lucky these two young boys aren’t familiar with sexual harassment law.
Knowing how small-town politics work, I sent a late-night email to a friend of mine who oversees the content in a local paper and urged him to look into the matter. The article appeared as front page news two days later. Forwarding the screen print to a resourceful and clever friend on facebook, he took the information to a local television station and they reported the story the following day. And deciding to try the king of cards, I shouted out to another facebook friend, David Lohr with AOL News, and his story was published 2 hours later (and the first one to include an apology). A shot heard around the world.