sweet-daddy-2: LMAO,hope this goes green.Seeing an intrusive,overbearing,media righteous reporter get his arse decked made my day.Stay off my lawn??Hell boy,Stay out of my business.ROFLMAO
2wolves: Hope the reporter presses charges. Old thugs are still thugs.
thenewmissus: I LOL'D. I don't have an opinion as to whether or not he deserved it. It was just funny.
Tumunga: I swear to God! The next time someone posts a video link in here, and I have to sit through a commercial to watch it, I'm going all Newton in this motha phuqa!/just kidding. I'm a pooosy.
mongbiohazard: sweet-daddy-2: LMAO,hope this goes green.Seeing an intrusive,overbearing,media righteous reporter get his arse decked made my day.Stay off my lawn??Hell boy,Stay out of my business.ROFLMAOThen you should probably be seeing a therapist.
the ha ha guy: 2wolves: Hope the reporter presses charges. Old thugs are still thugs.So if a reporter tried to barge into your home or office after being asked to leave, you'd stand aside and let him in?Freedom of the press does not mean freedom from the law, regardless of what some reporters might claim.
buckler: I hope that reporter got the police involved; age is no excuse for thuggery.
Pribar: Now the fact he is operating a used car business without a license and in the face of 3 separate court orders may land him in a bit of hot water....
thisisarepeat: I don't think I will ever tire of seeing pushy reporters get what their have coming. This could only be improved if the reporter sustained a career ending injury and had no hope of collecting any damages.
OtherLittleGuy: Approves, video
lostcat: Figured there'd be a bunch of "Woo! way to show that reporter, cool old dude!" comments.This is Fark.But from the standpoint of someone who's trying to teach his 2-year-old child that it's wrong to hit people, this just makes me feel sad.
lack of warmth: the ha ha guy: 2wolves: Hope the reporter presses charges. Old thugs are still thugs.So if a reporter tried to barge into your home or office after being asked to leave, you'd stand aside and let him in?Freedom of the press does not mean freedom from the law, regardless of what some reporters might claim.He wasn't told he couldn't enter till after being punched. Or is there a new version of the law where you can beat the crap out of somebody at random on your property then tell the to leave and it is legal? Or is there going to be changes to the law that will allow you to go to the house of someone you don't want to come to your property and kick the crap out of them there? Seriously, when do you think you should tell someone to leave, to when you are allowed to deliver violence? Freedom of speech does not mean freedom from knowledge of the law, regardless of what some Farkers might claim.
Brick-House: [media.washtimes.com image 640x427]
Abacus9: It looks like the reporter was trespassing. He didn't need to be told not to.
phyrkrakr: Abacus9: It looks like the reporter was trespassing. He didn't need to be told not to.Yeah he did, a business is semi-public property. Didn't watch the vidya, but did RTFA, and it says the reporter was at the guy's business - a place where the public is generally invited until they're specifically denied entry.My take: Good on the reporter for chasing down a scam artist, but sounds like douchebag investigative technique. Good on the old man for dealing with a douchebag, but bad on him for stealing customers' tax refunds. Total result: meh. Rednecks.
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