Saturday, January 29, 2011

Korey Rowe Busted for Heroin Dealing

Wow, sad news.

"Loose Change" filmmaker Korey Rowe, 27, of Oneonta, was arrested Thursday by Oneonta police and charged with sale of heroin.

According to a media release from the police, Rowe was arrested with 19-year-old Daniel Marte Jr. of the Bronx after the two men sold seven packets of heroin to an undercover police officer.


I know that some folks will have a hard time believing this, but I really didn't dislike the Loose Change boys and don't wish them ill at all. Assuming this is true, Korey's going to be serving some pretty hard time.

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At 29 January, 2011 17:47, Blogger snug.bug said...

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At 29 January, 2011 22:08, Blogger paul w said...

Wow indeed. And we all thought making 'Loose change' was a big mistake.

Anyone got any ideas of what sentence he will get, if found guilty?

 
At 29 January, 2011 22:25, Blogger Pat said...

Article says up to 9 years; assuming this is a first offense he probably won't get that sentence, but I'd guess at least a year or two.

 
At 30 January, 2011 09:44, Blogger Ian G. said...

I know that some folks will have a hard time believing this, but I really didn't dislike the Loose Change boys and don't wish them ill at all.

I can see that. They certainly don't seem anywhere near as loathsome as veteran charlatans like Alex Jones or David Ray Griffin. I figured they'd eventually out-grow their conspiracy beliefs.

 
At 30 January, 2011 13:23, Blogger Dan K. Stanley said...

Not making excuses for the guy, but didn't he serve in Afghanistan? I'm thinkin it might have messed him up a little bit.

Hope he gets help.

 
At 30 January, 2011 18:29, Blogger Billman said...

I dislike Dylan Avery that much...

 
At 30 January, 2011 18:39, Blogger James B. said...

Oh please, the 187 did practically nothing in Afghanistan. Even Korey admits he just stood guard duty. I was in theater 3 months before he showed up and you don't see me dealing heroin.

 
At 30 January, 2011 19:20, Blogger Triterope said...

I look at Korey Rowe this way: if a man is many things in life, and one of those things is "heroin dealer", that tends to overshadow everything else.

 
At 30 January, 2011 21:21, Blogger C W said...

I really do wish the Loose Change people ill. Huge difference between asking tough questions and making baseless accusations about people whom they never met; especially about mass murder.

I hope they throw the book at him.

Sorry but thats how I feel.

 
At 31 January, 2011 05:46, Blogger Garry said...

'I know that some folks will have a hard time believing this, but I really didn't dislike the Loose Change boys and don't wish them ill at all'.

Fuck him. He and his two pals have poisoned people's minds, and now he's out to become a dealer and to poison people's bodies. I hope some gangster makes him his wife when he's in the big house.

 
At 31 January, 2011 13:33, Blogger Pat said...

If he did the crime, he'll probably do the time and I have no problem with that. But I don't wish him or anybody ill, not even the real hucksters like Gage or Griffin.

This blog is not about Screw Loose Change versus Korey and Dylan and Jason, it's about Screw Loose Change versus Loose Change and the ideas behind it.

 
At 31 January, 2011 14:57, Blogger GuitarBill said...

Corey Rowe's arrest for heroin distribution is not surprising at all. In fact, his arrest for heroin distribution is predictable and perfectly in line with his alleged "character," or lack thereof.

Obviously, Avery, Bermas and Rowe were not motivated to create "Loose Change" out of a sense of "patriotism" or feigned "concern for the victims and their widows." The aforementioned motives are nothing more than a smokescreen designed to mask their real motives for the creation of "Loose Change."

The real motive for the creation of "Loose Change," you ask?

Answer: Money.

And when poisoning the minds of the gullible cretins who advocate 9/11 "truth" failed to produce the expected piles of loot, Rowe turned to preying on the weak and poisoning the bodies and souls of deeply troubled Americans who are predisposed to substance abuse.

Thus, we can see, once again, that 9/11 "truthers" are ruthless, contemptible scum.

Put that in your pipe and smoke it, goat molester.

 
At 31 January, 2011 17:12, Blogger Triterope said...

Good rant, Bill. Peddling both Loose Change and heroin does have its parallels.

 
At 01 February, 2011 12:58, Blogger Pauli said...

If you do drugs, you end up dealing drugs. More times than not.

 
At 02 February, 2011 02:20, Blogger Boris Epstein said...

Don't know the exact circumstances here but this sort of thing is one of the easiest setups to falsely accuse someone of a crime. A usual price for a "baggie" of heroin is about $10 if I am not mistaken. For someone like Rowe it would, for one thing, make little economic sense to get involved in this sort of low-level trade.

 
At 02 February, 2011 13:53, Blogger anonymous said...

Pauli said...

If you do drugs, you end up dealing drugs. More times than not.


Think you got that backwards, dude.

 
At 02 February, 2011 15:00, Blogger GuitarBill said...

You're both full-of-shit.

There's not one iota of evidence to support the claim that Corey Rowe is a heroin addict.

Stick to the facts--you cretins.

 
At 05 February, 2011 04:52, Blogger Triterope said...

this sort of thing is one of the easiest setups to falsely accuse someone of a crime.

Sure, Boris. They framed him. They did absolutely nothing while he was in the military, during which time he could have been accused of any number of things and subjected to the military's opaque criminal justice system. But they didn't do that. They discharged him, let him be a civilian for a year or so, then cooked up a conspiracy that involved at least two police officers and one other person, to frame him for what you describe as selling $10 worth of drugs.

Sheesh, you idiots can't even think up a plausible conspiracy.

 
At 22 May, 2011 13:02, Blogger hsdtech01 said...

Then if it is $10 dollars worth of fucking drugs then it is a bullshit petty crime. And the military did fuck him by having him arrested 18 months after an honorable discharge. None of you bitches were there to see the actual facts so you guys simply speculate. Fuck all of you guys that forgot that in AMERICA YOU ARE INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY...if you disagree with that..then you certainly do have a problem with our country.

 

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