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(WESH Orlando)   The police show up at your house thinking someone is injured. What do you do? A) Let them know they have the wrong house. B) Pretend you're not home. C) Call 911 to complain   (wesh.com) divider line 54
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2013-08-13 11:45:58 AM  

AndreMA: If they were not, it was by definition burglary while in possession of weapons. An emergency; they might be illegally entering other houses in the neighborhood.


You might want to educate yourself on US law.

They were not entering to search for evidence of a crime, they were entering because they had reason to believe someone had been shanked.
 
2013-08-13 12:20:29 PM  

hardinparamedic: AndreMA: If they were not, it was by definition burglary while in possession of weapons. An emergency; they might be illegally entering other houses in the neighborhood.

You might want to educate yourself on US law.

They were not entering to search for evidence of a crime, they were entering because they had reason to believe someone had been shanked.


No. They claimed to have such reason. The claimed that a passer-by reported the fight. Until that person is arrested and charged with making a false report, I find it more believable that the police heard the party or saw the cars there and invented the passer-by and knife fight to justify entering the residence, where any evidence of a crime would fall under the "plain sight" rule. Absent that bit of fiction, they would only be justified in at most telling them to quiet down.
 
2013-08-13 01:37:39 PM  

hardinparamedic: AndreMA: If they were not, it was by definition burglary while in possession of weapons. An emergency; they might be illegally entering other houses in the neighborhood.

You might want to educate yourself on US law.

They were not entering to search for evidence of a crime, they were entering because they had reason to believe someone had been shanked.




Some people believe in ghosts. Some people in a great creator. Others believe that leprechauns have large pots of gold. I believe you think I am questioning your authority. Do you think I am questioning your authority?

What is quantifiable about belief? Hard-won, expert opinion, has value. So, you believe that the law enforcement officers believed that there was a believed shanking that had occurred? Or they were utilizing the rigor of the system under which they must, by law, operate?

/aleprechaunist
 
2013-08-14 12:40:12 AM  

AndreMA: invented the passer-by and knife fight to justify entering the residence, where any evidence of a crime would fall under the "plain sight" rule. Absent that bit of fiction, they would only be justified in at most telling them to quiet down.


And it's just as plausible that an Alien Spaceship landed in front of their cruiser, and L. Ron Hubbard told them that someone was stabbed.

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Hey, since we're pulling stuff out of our ass.
 
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