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(The Ledger)   Man spits on grass after refusing pat-down. Backup officer spits on grass after arriving on scene. Guess which one spent the night in jail for spitting on the grass?   (theledger.com) divider line 104
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2013-01-30 09:22:04 AM

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2013-01-29 05:58:35 PM

Dirtybird971: What criminal activity did the cop 'reasonably suspect' he was engaged in??

walking at night, breaking curfew, and eventually not obeying a policeman's direct order.

So, to your way of thinking, simply "walking at night" is enough evidence for you to "reasonably suspect" that that person is committing a crime??

There is no curfew that I saw in the article. Also, a case could be made that curfews violate the 1st Amendment (that whole 'Right to peaceably assemble' thing)

A person is required to obey a cops LAWFUL order. Once they start detaining you ILLEGALLY, that ceases to be LAWFUL.


really? I thought obvious troll was obvious. I guess not.
 
2013-01-30 09:25:03 AM

Dirtybird971: fredklein


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2013-01-29 05:58:35 PM

Dirtybird971: What criminal activity did the cop 'reasonably suspect' he was engaged in??

walking at night, breaking curfew, and eventually not obeying a policeman's direct order.

So, to your way of thinking, simply "walking at night" is enough evidence for you to "reasonably suspect" that that person is committing a crime??

There is no curfew that I saw in the article. Also, a case could be made that curfews violate the 1st Amendment (that whole 'Right to peaceably assemble' thing)

A person is required to obey a cops LAWFUL order. Once they start detaining you ILLEGALLY, that ceases to be LAWFUL.

really? I thought obvious troll was obvious. I guess not.


Obviously not.
 
2013-01-30 10:00:24 AM

Dirtybird971: fredklein


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2013-01-29 05:58:35 PM

Dirtybird971: What criminal activity did the cop 'reasonably suspect' he was engaged in??

walking at night, breaking curfew, and eventually not obeying a policeman's direct order.

So, to your way of thinking, simply "walking at night" is enough evidence for you to "reasonably suspect" that that person is committing a crime??

There is no curfew that I saw in the article. Also, a case could be made that curfews violate the 1st Amendment (that whole 'Right to peaceably assemble' thing)

A person is required to obey a cops LAWFUL order. Once they start detaining you ILLEGALLY, that ceases to be LAWFUL.

really? I thought obvious troll was obvious. I guess not.


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2013-01-30 01:38:04 PM
Just about every time I meet with a Law Enforcement Officer and they "run" my info, I'll overhear the Dispatcher say "Subject 10-96. 10-4?".

(That means, in copspeak, "He's nutzo, got it?")

Then I usually start ramping it up with a little George Carlin routine, and add a few special observations of my own about their mother.

I've been thinking about having a window installed in my stomach - it would be nice to see where I'm going after they invariably stuff my head up my own ass.

(But they always serve me breakfast!)
 
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