cornfedokie: Clearly they were Wonton Criminals. I mean If they had nothing to Hide why didn't they Let the officers in their home and offer to cook them a fine hot meal as well.
Milo Minderbinder: Rincewind53: Jesus farking Christ.They're right, that is a Third Amendment violation. Do you know how rare that is?No, its not. Cops are not soldiers.
halB: Marcus Aurelius: If even a fraction of this story is true, this entire police department is getting their asses sued off.If the resulting judgement is enough to raise taxes, they might even suffer some consequences, like paid vacations and such.Unless one of the officers was in a position to make policy, or they had done this a couple of times before and so there was an unwritten policy, this will be dismissed with prejudice.There are very, very, very few ways to sue the police. You think THIS is bad? I find the fact that it's almost impossible to sue the police to be worse.
TV's Vinnie: wambu: He refused a police order. They put their lives on the line every day to protect him and protect his rights! That day was just not his turn. The ungrateful civilian is lucky to be alive . These cops are [i.imgur.com image 54x11] .You're the type who would have ratted out Anne Frank Helen Keller and her family in their hiding spot. You know that?
wambu: He refused a police order. They put their lives on the line every day to protect him and protect his rights! That day was just not his turn. The ungrateful civilian is lucky to be alive . These cops are [i.imgur.com image 54x11] .
LrdPhoenix: Actually, empirically speaking, it was a great playbook. Hitler did manage to rebuild the German economy and manufacturing capabilities from one of the worst conditions in the history of any country in the world to the point that it could compete on a global scale, and then very, very nearly used that to conquer the world, in only just a decade or so.It's kinda like the lowest rated football team with 0 wins getting a new coach who manages to take them to the Superbowl which they only lose by 1 point.
HempHead: AngryDragon: Dear American Government,THIS IS NOT A PLAYBOOK.[upload.wikimedia.org image 200x310]Actually it is, Hitler laid out his complete strategy and followed it.
WickerNipple: eventhelosers: Plaintiff could have helped the cops out but the point is he had a right to be an ahole and not let them in.??? Refusing to let the cops in your house does NOT make you an ahole.
hardinparamedic: wambu: Walks like a duck.Dresses like a duck.Has weapons like a duck.F**ks up your duck with pepperballs.It's a duck.What apparantly constitutes the Military in your mind:[ionenewsone.files.wordpress.com image 640x380] [media.npr.org image 850x637][www.veteranstoday.com image 370x278]
eventhelosers: Milo Minderbinder: Rincewind53: Jesus farking Christ.They're right, that is a Third Amendment violation. Do you know how rare that is?No, its not. Cops are not soldiers.[endthelie.com image 850x637]
OgreMagi: hardinparamedic: OgreMagi: They violated both the 3rdNo, they did not. There is NO Third Amendment Violation here, as the police are NOT considered under constitutional jurisprudence as members of the United States Military OR a State National Guard or Militia under the command of a Federal military commander.Instead, it's a slam dunk for a fourth, and a fifth amendment violation of their rights.If they aren't military, they need to stop looking and acting like military. Until that happens, they are military.
A Shambling Mound: And anyone that didn't protest the orders to storm this guy's house, doubly so.
m00: So the cops did all this to gain a command post for a domestic violence case? Really? Something's fishy here.
Fluid: The Third Amendment says "no soldier" rather than "no policeman", though.
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