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(DNA Info)   NYPD cops caught on cam by "igotya" app trying to access iPhone. That is illegal officers, but we'll give you some time to fabricate a tale. Hmm, maybe you were just trying to turn it off?...yeah, let's go with that   (dnainfo.com) divider line 118
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2012-11-17 04:48:41 PM

BronyMedic: First they shoot 9 people while aiming at one guy, and then this? NYPD's running streak of fail continues.


I suspect there is a whole lot in between "first they..." and "...and then this".
 
2012-11-17 04:50:16 PM

Primum: Like we're going to believe anything a guy with a stack of fake or stolen credit cards has to say. Put him in a room naked and throw cold water on him, then beat him with sand-filled rubber hoses.


my sister got her ID stolen and her life was hell for a year. then it was the wifes turn, 5 months of mayhem. this scumbag with a fist full of fake CCs should have them shoved up his pooter, dry.
 
2012-11-17 04:54:50 PM

offmymeds: Primum: Like we're going to believe anything a guy with a stack of fake or stolen credit cards has to say. Put him in a room naked and throw cold water on him, then beat him with sand-filled rubber hoses.

Nah. You want to use the Yellow Pages for that. Doesn't leave any marks.


See, I keep hearing that, also a sack o' oranges. Is it that they don't leave permanent marks? Scars? Because they've got to bruise you up like hell.
 
2012-11-17 06:03:10 PM

Insatiable Jesus: In New York City's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders roll around the city with lights on top of their cars.

duh duh duhnn


In the criminal justice system, these people are brought to justice by special divisions of the police department known as Internal Affairs.
These are their stories.

DUN DUN.
 
2012-11-17 06:24:10 PM
Next the cops will try to charge him for filming them without consent.
 
2012-11-17 07:00:16 PM

CygnusDarius: I've never understood the term 'X finest' when referring to the police. I mean, what, is it like the term 'The Good Folk' when talking about faeries? I'm sorry, but for example, "New York's finest", New York's finest what, assholes?.


Taxi Service?

www.itsvery.net
 
2012-11-17 07:17:17 PM

namegoeshere: offmymeds: Primum: Like we're going to believe anything a guy with a stack of fake or stolen credit cards has to say. Put him in a room naked and throw cold water on him, then beat him with sand-filled rubber hoses.

Nah. You want to use the Yellow Pages for that. Doesn't leave any marks.

See, I keep hearing that, also a sack o' oranges. Is it that they don't leave permanent marks? Scars? Because they've got to bruise you up like hell.


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2012-11-17 08:30:38 PM

Kumana Wanalaia: [assets.dnainfo.com image 320x240]

now that is a punchable face.


Is that Gilbert Gottfried?
 
2012-11-17 10:16:14 PM

Shostie: A fraud suspect who said NYPD officers took his flashy Mercedes-Benz for a joyride

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This is real simple. Whatever miles they put on, they'll take off. They'll just drive home backwards.
 
2012-11-17 10:42:36 PM

AJisaff: Oh look! a tard that doesn't know that rear windows are tempered glass, and front windows are coated with plastic, SO THEY DON"T CRAZE like tempered glass...
and yeah. i know what the fark i am talking about.


I'm not sure which is more pathetic, that you would think the difference between tempered and non-tempered glass so noteworthy that it deserves special scorn if somebody mixes the two up, or that you always call anyone who ever disagrees with you "tard."
 
2012-11-17 11:13:27 PM

ZAZ: Endive Wombat

In Massachusetts a guy was just arraigned on felony wiretapping charges for having his girlfriend record him getting a speeding ticket.  No reason these apps have to be legal if police don't like them.


Have a source for that, because it was Massachusetts (and the First Circuit) who recently affirmed citizens' rights to record cops... and that cops can be personally liable for violations of civil rights when they arrest someone for it.
 
2012-11-18 12:30:51 AM
He is 25, has a 50,000 car, an iPhone, and can't even wash said 50,000 car? What a dickhead.
 
2012-11-18 02:40:15 AM

Theaetetus: ZAZ: Endive Wombat

In Massachusetts a guy was just arraigned on felony wiretapping charges for having his girlfriend record him getting a speeding ticket.  No reason these apps have to be legal if police don't like them.

Have a source for that, because it was Massachusetts (and the First Circuit) who recently affirmed citizens' rights to record cops... and that cops can be personally liable for violations of civil rights when they arrest someone for it.


Irving Espinosa-Rodrigue, 26, was charged with illegal wiretapping after police said he recorded Shrewsbury Police Officer Vincent Scanlon during a traffic stop on Route 9 in July.
 
2012-11-18 05:18:41 AM

Knucklepopper: TheHappyCanadian: ftfa: At first, Lewis did not notice any damage or anything amiss about his car. But when he went to a gas station to have it washed, he spotted scratches on the side and a cracked rear window.

TEMPERED GLASS DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY

Explain that to the Safelite Auto Glass guy coming to my house at noon.


Safelite sucks. Find a vendor that uses Pilkington or PPG.
 
2012-11-18 06:24:27 AM

dittybopper: fluffy2097: TheHappyCanadian: ftfa: At first, Lewis did not notice any damage or anything amiss about his car. But when he went to a gas station to have it washed, he spotted scratches on the side and a cracked rear window.

TEMPERED GLASS DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY

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Oh look! It CAN work that way!

/Today you learned that glass is an unpredictable material with multiple failure modes.

Those are front windshields. By law, they are made of a "sandwich" of glass/plastic/glass to prevent something like a rock kicked up by a truck from spraying glass at your face while you drive down the highway. That is why you can get a big crack in your front windshield but it stays together.

Side and rear windshields aren't required to be of the same material.

Glass by itself, whether tempered or untempered, has very predictable failure modes. In fact, untempered glass is so predictable in the way that it shatters that you can make stuff with it:

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Those are my very first attempts at making projectile points. very first one at the top left, then going in order clockwise. The last two were supposed to be a knife blade like Oetzi carried, but in my inexperience I snapped the large blade, so I turned it into an arrowhead and a spear point.


I would make fun of you for going out of your way to post those in any thread you can, but if I did that I would do the same. Did you learn that from someone or is there some book/site you can recommend that will walk you through it?
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-11-18 09:40:19 AM
The First Circuit did not create an unconditional right to record police. The recording in Glik was not illegal under state law, as a matter of statutory interpretation, and so there was no conflict between statute and rights. Secretly recording a police officer pulling you over is clearly illegal under state law; there is a case exactly on point (Hyde). The Seventh Circuit said there was a constitutional right to record (not merely observe) police doing highly public acts like crowd control. The court's decision in Alavarez did not necessarily imply a right to record a traffic stop or a police officer messing with your phone in a semi-private place. The Third Circuit rejected a constitutional right to record a traffic stop.

Courts have construed Massachusetts' ban on secret recording to allow recording by cell phones and security cameras in plain sight under circumstances where a reasonable person would believe they were recording video.
 
2012-11-18 10:16:19 AM

fnordfocus: Theaetetus: ZAZ: Endive Wombat

In Massachusetts a guy was just arraigned on felony wiretapping charges for having his girlfriend record him getting a speeding ticket.  No reason these apps have to be legal if police don't like them.

Have a source for that, because it was Massachusetts (and the First Circuit) who recently affirmed citizens' rights to record cops... and that cops can be personally liable for violations of civil rights when they arrest someone for it.

Irving Espinosa-Rodrigue, 26, was charged with illegal wiretapping after police said he recorded Shrewsbury Police Officer Vincent Scanlon during a traffic stop on Route 9 in July.


Ah, secret recording. Yeah, as ZAZ noted, the first circuit found a right to openly record cops, not secretly do so.
 
2012-11-18 07:47:35 PM
I'm calling shenanigans on the whole thing...

I just looked for that App and there's no such animal...
 
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