The World Famous Frawley Castle Website

■■■  Copyright Notice  ■■■


Speed Reader Page


VIDEO FILES are in Flash Player (.flv) format.  AUDIO FILES are in .mp3 format.

designed for viewing at widescreen resolution - 24" monitor - 1920x1080

The WFFCW was created August 5, 2001 :: we're 16 YEARS OLD!

7695759
WFFCW hits since April, 2003


"It's like a nightmare, isn't it?  It just keeps getting worse and worse." .... Keith McCready, in "The Color of Money"

"The only vaccine powerful enough to inoculate you from lies is the truth." .... Al Franken, famous author

WFFCW Quote Of The Second

WHAT IS THIS WEBSITE ABOUT?  Some of this is a personal website containing REBUTTAL, REPLY, and COMMENT to (primarily) public statements and accusations made by various self proclaimed "internet dog training experts".  The majority of the statements and accusations are FALSE, and refer to me, personally.  The nucleus of this website is based on verbatim quotes of public messages, most of which are archived with their respective lists.  Unless noted, nothing has been altered, other than formatting line length to screen width and changing the font style.  Other parts of this site contain OPINIONS, HUMOR, PARODY, COMEDY, and SARCASM which reflect my own personal sense of humor and viewpoints.  The First Amendment of the Constitution adequately, particularly, and specifically provides these rights.  This site is for educational and entertainment purposes.  This is emphatically not a "hate" site.  There is no hate, and never was.  Profanity is kept to a minimum, but it does exist.  If this website seems offensive to you, in any way, please leave now.  Please do not subject yourself to being offended.

TO THOSE IN FEAR OF THIS WEBSITE:  Websites can be terrifying places.  If you're afraid, we'll never understand why, but what can WE do?  You're allowed to be frightened of webpages, or anything else.  This website contains NO THREATS of any nature - no direct, indirect, implied, supplied, or personified threats - it never did and never will.  There is a lot of SARCASM here.  If you're afraid, our heart goes out to you - we don't WANT you to be afraid.  We want you to get help.  Dial 911, and scream for help.  If you wind up in a straight jacket, that's your problem.  If you don't, that's your problem, too.

COPYRIGHT © is clearly acknowledged where, when, and if applicable.  It's even acknowledged where it's not applicableThe USCO website.  This link contains verbatim United States Copyright Law, which clearly allows for rebuttal, comment, criticism, etc.  United States Copyright Law specifically states "COPYRIGHT DOES NOT APPLY TO FACTUAL INFORMATION".  (Read the law - see for yourself.)  Rebutting falsified "factual information" is not a violation of copyright law.

IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE I'M TRUTHFUL, DOWNLOAD ORIGINAL SCREEN CAPTURES 

IF I'M NOT 100% HONEST AND ACCURATE, CALL ME A LIAR and CONFRONT ME WITH FACTS

Main WFFCW Menu


Voodoo Louie Castle
"
My Life As A K9 Martyr"

SEVERE RISK

International Voodoo Louie Castle Security Threat Advisory Level

Current Voodoo Louie Warning Alert

HIGH RISK

HIGH RISK

ELEVATED RISK

GUARDED RISK

LOW RISK

Keep on typin', Louie!
Steve's message to Voodoo Louie Castle

 

voodoo louie leaps in and limps out

Here is a verbatim quote from just one of Louie's own recent messages on the internet, showing

how far a TRUE K9 MARTYR will go.
 

ALL the underlines, italics, bold, and highlights were done by me, not Voodoo Louie.  The words are all Louie's.

I did this so I could refer back quickly, as I rebut Louie's incredible stories.

 

It's interesting to note that since I wrote Voodoo's introduction page, on August 5, 2001,

Louie is suddenly admitting that he IS NOT in charge of the K9 unit in Culver City.

 

The following was written to a public Malinois message group by Voodoo Louie Castle in AUGUST, 2001.  The original can be downloaded, and the complete message is located below.
Several years ago, while training two new K9's and their handlers for my department I tore a buncha ligaments in my left ankle. The doctors sent me to physical therapy and put me on crutches for monthsDuring that time I still went out and ran training, but obviously I couldn't take any bites.  That continued for about six months, until they did an MRI and then decided that it wasn't going to get any better unless they played with their knives.  After that surgery I would still go out and run training, crutches and allOne day before I was supposed to get off the crutches I slipped, fell and tore the rotator cuff in my right shoulder.  (Jeez whatabozo). That took about another year because the doctor missed the diagnosis. That required another surgeryDuring part of that recuperation I wore an adductor pillow Velcro to my arm and chest.  It's a thingy that resembled a small ice chestI wore it 24 hours a day, except when showering.  It was there to keep the arm as immobile as possibleI still went out and ran K9 training, even though I was off work on disability.  When I went to PT to get the strength back we discovered a new problemThe arm had been hanging from the muscles for so long, that they had shut down.  It took 5 more surgeries, wherein they implanted a shunt into a space in my spinal cord.  A small piece of tubing ran from there up to my shoulder.  When I went to PT they plugged a small wearable pump into the shunt that pumped Lidocaine into the nerve space in my spinal cord.  I would wear this shunt from Monday, when they implanted it, until Friday when it was removed.  Still I would go out and run K9 training, even though I was off from work on disability.

Finally after getting back to working full time I managed to injure my right knee. That put me back on crutches for a while until they cut me again. But I still went out and ran K9 training.  At this time I was still at work, but on LD (Light Duty).  Then one day I got called into the Captain's office.  He said that he'd heard that I'd been going out to K9 training on my crutches.  (Yeah, for about two years).  He said that if I got hurt, even just taking a fall, it  would look real bad for the Police Department in front of the City's Risk Management Dept. and so he ordered me to stop going out to training.  I was then assigned to the SIB, Special Investigations Bureau.  Recently on my Department Bureau restrictions have been rigidly applied.  People aren't permitted to cross into another Bureau to do ANYTHING.  And so I was knocked out of being the trainer by a total of 8 surgeries and a direct order from a CaptainAnd so for the first time in over 20 years my Dept. hired an outside maintenance trainer I haven't been directly involved in my Department's K9 unit for about 20 months or so.

While assigned to SIB I was the Rangemaster for the Department.  While working in the armory restacking some boxes of ammunition, a tall stack of them fell on me, causing another should injury that I'm recovering from right now.  I'm not at work at all.

 
As Voodoo (Highly Coordinated) Louie Castle publicly discloses to the internet world (above), he's got ankle, knee, shoulder, and more shoulder injuries.  He's got implanted shunts, ice chests, velcro, tubing, and pumps attached to himself, dripping Monday through Friday Lidocaine into him.  What does he do on the weekends?  48 hours of convulsions and suffering?  Since when does any doctor prescribe medication this way? 

He's been through 8 (count 'em) surgeries, years on crutches, an atrophied, immobilized arm, adductor pillows, light duty, physical therapy, no duty, and disability.  But what does "8 surgeries" really mean? 

Was Voodoo getting "One-A-Day-Surgery", like those "One-A-Day" multi-vitamins?  Or were all these surgeries stretched out over a period of YEARS?

What about Voodoo's pillow?  He claims he wore it 24 hours a day, and only took it off for showers.  Did he take showers with one arm?  He claims his arm "shut down" - so how could he use it to take showers?  Maybe he just took "half showers", using one arm  - I don't know.

How about the Lidocaine pump?  Actually, if "The arm had been hanging from the muscles for so long, that they had shut down" - that MUST have been a mighty long time!  Millions of people with broken arms or broken legs are in casts for WEEKS, and their muscles don't "shut down".      

But Voodoo Louie still goes out and "RUNS" K9 training!

HOW?

Voodoo Louie claims his own Captain waited TWO YEARS to "discover" he was "going out to K9 training on my crutches", and that "would look real bad" if Louie got "hurt".

Who the hell IS this Captain?  Captain Comatose?  Captain Hallucinate?  Captain Lobotomy?

[Later, after some phone calls and research:  Culver City PD is a small department with ~117 employees, some of which are not police officers.  There IS no "Department K9 Trainer" position in Culver City.  That position doesn't exist.]

Maybe you can believe all this Voodoo bullshit, but I sure can't.  I can't see how this is POSSIBLE.  I feel positive there's another reason Louie was ordered to stay away from police dogs, handlers, and training.  I feel certain it has something to do with Louie's mouth, his attitude, his bloated ego, and his arrogant, confrontational "style".

If this doesn't generate Olympic Gold Medal K9 MARTYR status for Louie, it sure oughta generate some sympathy for the insurance company that's paying all those bills!  And you wonder why health insurance costs just keep going up, up, up?

Louie claims he kept going and going out to training, until his Captain made him stop.  Just like that PINK BUNNY with all the batteries stuck up its ass - he kept going, and going, and going, and going ........

Now Voodoo Louie's in the "Special Investigations Bureau" as a stockboy, restacking ammunition in an armory.  He's undoubtedly doing a special investigation on .....

"How High Can I Stack These 578,000 Boxes Of Ammo 

Until They All Fall Down On Top Of Me
So I Can Get Even More Medical Sick Leave and Disability Benefits?"

When the piles of ammo collapsed, Voodoo Louie tried to run, but he injured his shoulder again.  He narrowly missed falling all over the mustard gas canisters and nuclear warheads in the armory. 

Louie's not at work right now, because he got disabled in the armory.  That leaves Louie with plenty of time for lots more internet ego pumping, arguments, bragging, and promoting his "Department K9 Trainer" lies.  While he's "currently disabled", and "not at work at all", he's advertising his "seminar" in Tampa, Florida. 

Isn't it amazing that Louie is disabled again, unable to work, but he's well enough to fly across the U.S. to do a "seminar"?  

Louie claims he's been a police officer for over 20 years.  That's a long freaking time!  What he really means is that he "rode the sick book" for as long as possible.

For most cops, just being a cop would be a full time job.  We've already discovered - through Louie's own clever, contradictory messages - that Louie doesn't actually train police dogs - he just claims he does.  He tells LIES

And Louie's pretty CAREFUL, too - he does his exaggerated lying on the internet - far, far away from his self-invented "Department K9 Trainer" "job".  In Culver City, they'd just LAUGH him into another ride on the sick book.  Can somebody be disabled from people LAUGHING at them?  I bet Voodoo Louie can.   

Louie's background was very easy to ascertain.  Culver City PD bought a dog from Mandelyn Kennels in Bakersfield, and sent Louie up there to "learn" and "train" the dog, under the direction of Ray Marcois.  That lasted three weeks or less, then Louie was turned loose "on the street" with his new (and only) K9.  Although Louie claims 5 years on the street with this dog, that's doubtful - a few questions shows it was really about 3 years.  (Voodoo Louie probably never realized a WHOLE LOT of people knew Ray Marcois, John Venable, and Tony Bairos.  Some people have been to Mandelyn, and they've read this page, too!)  

But even if he did actually train Culver City's police dogs, what does that amount to?  Two dogs?  Four?  According to Voodoo Louie's own message,

"CC had a maximum of 4 dogs at one time and when the Chief wasn't in the mood, as few as none."

Culver City had a maximum of four dogs, and as few as NONE?  How do you train K9s in a department with "none" K9s?  And what's this?

We can easily figure out he probably hasn't even taken a bite from a dog since about 8 surgeries ago.  According to Louie, he's got no ankles, knees, or shoulders to train a dog with.  How and where is Louie getting all his "dog training experience"?  Is he training his own dog?  Is he training people's pets after work?  Does Louie do in-home training as a "side business"?  Is all this "experience" just more Voodoo Louie bullshit? 

I believe Louie has clearly illustrated the answer - he's been mighty busy recovering from all those injuries and surgeries, and being a cop, and filing all those medical claims, filling out forms, paperwork, being disabled, going to physical therapy, surgeries, hospitals, and doctor's offices.  Louie's been REAL busy "riding the sick book".  He's known as a "sick book rider". 

Where does he get the time to train a dog?  Louie writes a couple thousand messages a week on the internet, and that's gotta take more than an hour or two.  That's even less time left over to train a dog. 

So where are all these dogs Louie thinks he trained? 

Here's a link - check this.

DISABLED, LYING VOODOO LOUIE CASTLE is "screaming" to be shredded (again). 

Voodoo Louie's text is RED.

My text is BLUE.

Fred Hassen's text is BLACK.

Please note the HIGHLIGHTED statements.

X-From_: Sitmeanssit@aol.com  Thu Nov 15 21:41:18 2001
Delivered-To: slprokeys@mail.powweb.com
From: Sitmeanssit@aol.com
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 00:41:13 EST
Subject: Voodoo at his best
To: sleigh at sl-prokeys dot com
X-Mailer: AOL 7.0 for Windows US sub 118

  Here is Voodoo's response to some of the things we wonder about.

> While, according to Fred, this was supposed to go privately, it didn't and it screams for a response.

You're about to GET your response, Voodoo.  Don't scream too loud. 
 
> In a message dated 11/15/01 10:59:43 AM Pacific Standard Time,
>
sitmeanssit@aol.com writes:
>
> Fred Hassen wrote: 
Pam.......if you are waiting for him to retaliate with some positive comments from clients of his . . . we never hear from clients of his on any list, anytime, anywhere.
>
> LC:  I'm really don't feel a need to post rafts of letters from slobbering fans as do some folks.

"Slobbering fans", Voodoo?  "Slobbering fans"??  You're quite disrespectful, aren't you? 

People who listen to you vomit up your idiotic ideas are SLOBBERING FANS?   

> But since Fred has mentioned it, I'll post a couple of comments here from Sharon Scavuzzo who's sponsoring the Annual Thanksgiving SAR Symposium that I'm doing in a couple of weeks. 

Yeah - the same trash "supershow" you tried to get ME to go to - but I wouldn't go near it OR you, Voodoo.
 
> Sharon writes, "We will be hosting the Thanksgiving seminar again this year and we wouldn't even dream of having it without you.  I thought that maybe we would just rename it this year and call it the 2nd Annual LOU CASTLE Symposium - after all, you seem to be what draws people to it each year!"

I certainly feel sorry for Sharon Scavuzzo - the "slobbering fan".  She swallows Voodoo's bullshit, and obviously LOVES it.

> LC:  There are more comments from Sharon and from many others, but these embarrass me so I don't put them up like wallpaper.  I'm not a salesman so I don't need to be constantly selling myself.

You ego bloated liar - all you ever DO is write thousands of lying messages bragging about how great you are.  WE ARE NOT BLIND OR STUPID, Voodoo.  You SHOULD be embarrassed - you're just an internet disease.

> Doing seminars is a sideline for me.  I'm a police officer.

You're a SICK BOOK RIDER.  Being a working policeman is a sideline for you.

> Fred Hassen wrote:  he's not even affiliated with his very own K-9 unit . . . There is a reason that his own department doesn't use him. 

Damn right there is.  The reason is Rodney Spicer. 
 
> LC:  This is find especially rancorous because we've had this exchange before and you know the truth of this matter.  But in spite of that you continue to utter this lie.

Voodoo - YOU are the liar.  I've proven this so many times, you should check into a mental hospital - BEFORE you're committed.

> I'll refer you to the Malinois Bulletin board for the date August 25 of this year.  (Anyone who doubts that this information has been available to Fred since then, can write privately and I'll give them the links.) 
 
> LC:  It's a long story so I'll summarize it here.  Even the summary is fairly long, but then it's silly to assume that 20+ years of dog training can be summarized in a few sentences.  Waaay back in 1979, I was selected as one of three dog handlers when my police department first started up a K9 unit, the fourth in the Los Angeles area.  I was a handler until my dog retired in 1985.  At the outset I quickly realized how little I actually knew about dogs and started down the road to learning more.  I was very fortunate that I fell in with the best trainer of police dogs in this country.  Using what he taught me, and throwing in my own twists I was the trainer for my department for the next 20 or so years. 

Voodoo - you are a proven, confirmed, sick book riding LIAR.
 
> LC:  Several years ago, while training two new K9's and their handlers for my department I tore a buncha ligaments in my left ankle. The doctors sent me to physical therapy and put me on crutches for months. During that time I still went out and ran training, but obviously I couldn't take any bites. That continued for about six months, until they did an MRI and then decided that it wasn't going to get any better unless they played with their knives.

They sure "played" good on YOU, Voodoo. 

> LC:  After that surgery I would still go out and run training, crutches and all. One day before I was supposed to get off the crutches I slipped, fell and tore the rotator cuff in my right shoulder. (Jeez whatabozo).  That took about another year because the doctor missed the diagnosis. That required another surgery.

 

Yeah, I bet it did, Voodoo.  What the doctor really missed is that you need a lobotomy and daily electro-shock therapy.

> LC:  During part of that recuperation I wore an adductor pillow Velcro to my arm and chest. It's a thingy that resembled a small ice chest.  I wore it 24 hours a day, except when showering.  It was there to keep the arm as immobile as possible. I still went out and ran K9 training, even though I  was off work on disability.

I think you were BORN disabled, you ego bloated liar.

> LC:  When I went to PT to get the strength back we discovered a new problem. The arm had been hanging from the muscles for so long, that they had shut down. It took 5 more surgeries, wherein they implanted a shunt into a space in my spinal cord. A small piece of tubing ran from there up to my shoulder. When I went to PT they plugged a small wearable pump into the shunt that pumped Lidocaine into the nerve space in my spinal cord. I would wear this shunt from Monday, when they implanted it, until Friday when it was removed. Still I would go out and run K9 training, even though I was off from work on disability.

No question - A LIVING, LYING MARTYR.  The Voodoo Martyr that spent years perfecting "Disabled - Easy Income Without Working!".    

> LC:  Finally after getting back to working full time I managed to injure my right knee. That put me back on crutches for a while until they cut me again. But I still went out and ran K9 training. At this time I was still at work, but on LD (Light Duty).

I feel sorry for Voodoo Louie and all his bullshit - somebody should have taken his crutches away.  (Know the "crawl" exercise, Voodoo?)

> LC:  Then one day I got called into the Captain's office. He said that he'd heard that I'd been going out to K9 training on my crutches. (Yeah, for about two years). He said that if I got hurt, even just taking a fall, it would look real bad for the Police Department in front of the City's Risk Management Dept. and so he ordered me to stop going out to training. I was then assigned to the SIB, Special Investigations Bureau. Recently on my Department Bureau restrictions have been rigidly applied.  People aren't permitted to cross into another Bureau to do ANYTHING. And so I was knocked out of being the trainer by a total of 8 surgeries and a direct order from a Captain. And so for the first time in over 20 years my Dept. hired an outside maintenance trainer. I haven't been directly involved in my Department's K9 unit for about 20 months or so.

What does that mean, Voodoo?  A couple years?  9 years?  15 years? 
 
> While assigned to SIB I was the Rangemaster for the Department.  While working in the armory restacking some boxes of ammunition, a tall stack of them fell on me, causing another should injury that I'm recovering from right now.  I'm not at work at all. 

Of course not.  You're just riding the SICK BOOK again. You have "DISABLED" down to a science.  But you missed something.

You really need to get BOTH OF YOUR HANDS disabled - then you couldn't TYPE your bullshit Voodoo Louie messages!  

> LC:  But I have been doing seminars in that time. I've been to Illinois, Chicago, Florida, Massachusetts (twice), Washington, here in Calif. and buncha other places I can't recall.

YOU CAN'T EVEN RECALL WHERE YOU'VE DONE SEMINARS, VOODOO?

> I've had to turn down about twice the number of seminars that I've done because I only get so much vacation time. Just to remind you Fred, I'm a police officer not a salesman.  That's just a side job. 

I almost agree.  LYING and SICK BOOK RIDING are your FULL TIME jobs, Voodoo.

> LC:  Let me put it this way. My Department was the fourth in the Los Angeles area to start a K9 unit. That was back in 1979. I was one of the first three police officers selected to be in the startup group. I was a handler for the next 5 ½ years until my dog retired. On my department all assignments are rotating.

That illustrates pretty clearly how LITTLE time you were involved with K9.

> My next assignment was in Vice / Narcotics, but I managed to stay in the K9 unit as the trainer. I stayed there, no matter where I was assigned until 8 surgeries, a transfer and a direct order from a Captain (On my department that's two steps below the Chief of Police) took me out. It wasn't until that time, less than a year ago, that the Department hired an outside trainer.

This is totally in conflict with what you wrote 5 paragraphs above!  I haven't been directly involved in my Department's K9 unit for about 20 months or so You just LIED again, Voodoo. "less than a year ago" .... "about 20 months or so"  You can't tell the same story twice without lying TWICE! 

In the world of Voodoo, "about 20 months" is "less than a year"! 

> I think that's a pretty good run for a small town boy.

Don't you mean a "small town DISABLED LIAR?"
 
> Fred Hassen wrote:
Hell, I'm not even a police officer, and I've already done more police seminars in one year, than he's done in 20.  
 
> LC:  Another reminder Fred, while I've been using Ecollars for over 17 years, I've just started doing seminars in the last couple of years.

Voodoo - you couldn't put on a REAL seminar any more than you could fly the space shuttle.  You are an ego-bloated LIAR

Always were - always will be. 

> Fred Hassen wrote:  It's all out there for a reason, none of this happens by accident. 

> LC:  If this is the truth than you sent this to this list on purpose.  It wasn't an accident. 

TOUGH SHIT, Voodoo.  You write messages by the million, trying to make people seem INFERIOR to you.  Now you get some back.  EAT IT, you ego bloated liar.  Here's a link for your disabled, lying ass - your own, personal menu. 

> Regards,
> Lou Castle, Los Angeles, CA
> (UnclLou@aol.com)

142498