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(WLSAM)   Man... look at this sweet background of me and my 25 lbs of weed... crap, where's my phone?   (wlsam.com) divider line 53
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2014-05-13 02:12:13 PM  
Fourth Amendment?
 
2014-05-13 02:13:39 PM  
Never consent.
 
2014-05-13 02:14:29 PM  
Not sure if stupid, or the cops lied to get in the house
 
2014-05-13 02:16:32 PM  
"The individual gave consent to search the residence there..." Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton told ABC News.

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2014-05-13 02:17:10 PM  
It's a good thing that Chicago has absolutely no drug problems to report about, so they have to look to Kentucky for such demonry.
 
2014-05-13 02:17:13 PM  

zerkalo: Not sure if stupid, or the cops lied to get in the house


if you let us in without the warrant we promise to go easy on you and only charge you with 18 pounds instead of 25.
 
2014-05-13 02:17:23 PM  

robbiex0r: Never consent.


As soon as I read  "The individual gave consent to search the residence there,

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2014-05-13 02:17:30 PM  
"The individual gave consent to search the residence there, and there was 18 pounds of marijuana we were able to seize because of that,"

Stupid criminals.... NEVER GIVE CONSENT!

Make them get the warrant.
 
2014-05-13 02:18:58 PM  
That's why they call it "dope".
 
2014-05-13 02:19:46 PM  
Wow they really are losing the war if anything over a pound blows their mind.
 
2014-05-13 02:21:57 PM  
Oh, and someone "finds" a phone and puts it in a police car; sounds like ex-gf revenge.
 
2014-05-13 02:22:08 PM  
I have lived in slums, upper middle class neighborhoods, and everything in between.  All of them had drugs flowing like water.  Every one.  The cops busting people has nothing to do with the actual use of drugs, and everything to do with stupidity.
 
2014-05-13 02:22:43 PM  
"I'm not sure why you went through my phone without consent, or why you've never heard of Photoshop, but no, you can't tromp through my house for no reason, thank you."
 
2014-05-13 02:24:42 PM  
"The individual gave consent to search the residence there,

stopped reading there. Stoner deserves what he gets.
 
2014-05-13 02:25:44 PM  
Picture had 20 pounds in it. 18 pounds found in house. Weighed again for charges 16 pounds. 14 pounds entered as evidence at trial. Weighed in at 12 pounds for the retrial. It dried out! Cops never lie.
 
2014-05-13 02:26:44 PM  
School Resource Deputy Montey Chappell discovered a phone wrapped in a paper towel on his cruiser in Frankfort, Ky., last Thursday. The individual who left the phone also left a note that said where they found it.

"So when he went to go turn it on, it had the background picture there. There was this guy with what appeared to be about 20 to 25 pounds of marijuana," Melton said.



Sounds like a good way to get rid of competition.
 
2014-05-13 02:28:35 PM  
yes the police arresting people and wasting everyone's tax money for possessing harmless plant material are indeed dumbasses, subs.
 
2014-05-13 02:28:41 PM  
Call in to the Rush Limbaugh show NOW!!!!

"Is your refrigerator running?"
 
2014-05-13 02:29:11 PM  

Mentalpatient87: "I'm not sure why you went through my phone without consent, or why you've never heard of Photoshop, but no, you can't tromp through my house for no reason, thank you."


That's mental, man.

/not really, will add it to cue card in my wallet.
//not really...
 
2014-05-13 02:29:34 PM  

SquiggsIN: I too am wondering how stupid this guy was to let them search without a warrant and to be dumb enough to flaunt his wares on a cell phone.

CMVenom: It's a good thing that Chicago has absolutely no drug problems to report about, so they have to look to Kentucky for such demonry.

Wasn't there just a link yesterday about how most of Chicago is under camera surveillance and it's a threat to personal freedom?  I'm wondering how that can be true since there's obviously a drug and murder issue remaining in the city.


All Chicago's problems went always once Obama's buddy got in charge. Everyone in the media know this. Get in line with the facts citizen.
 
2014-05-13 02:37:12 PM  
This is why the pot should remain illegal (other than the massive death toll from overdoses): it makes you stupid.
 
2014-05-13 02:37:20 PM  

SquiggsIN: I too am wondering how stupid this guy was to let them search without a warrant and to be dumb enough to flaunt his wares on a cell phone.

Not smart enough to reaize that the cop probably could not have gotten a warrant based on a picture of him with some pot.

 
2014-05-13 02:39:17 PM  
cops are such dicks
 
2014-05-13 02:39:26 PM  
Yes sir, Officer Obie. I cannot lie to you. That's a photo from my recent trip to Colorado. No probable cause now. Thank you for returning my phone and good day, sir. I say, good day.
 
2014-05-13 02:41:17 PM  

rorgus: SquiggsIN: I too am wondering how stupid this guy was to let them search without a warrant and to be dumb enough to flaunt his wares on a cell phone.

CMVenom: It's a good thing that Chicago has absolutely no drug problems to report about, so they have to look to Kentucky for such demonry.

Wasn't there just a link yesterday about how most of Chicago is under camera surveillance and it's a threat to personal freedom?  I'm wondering how that can be true since there's obviously a drug and murder issue remaining in the city.

All Chicago's problems went always once Obama's buddy got in charge. Everyone in the media know this. Get in line with the facts citizen.


Newsflash, Captain Teabags: everyone in Chicago hates Rahm, sees the harm he's doing to the city. What, did you think everyoe liked him because he's Obama's "buddy" and everyone in Chicago is supposed to be liberal?
 
2014-05-13 02:46:32 PM  

Headso: yes the police arresting people and wasting everyone's tax money for possessing harmless plant material are indeed dumbasses, subs.


I assume you mean the politicians who outlawed it, and not the cops who enforced, right?
 
2014-05-13 02:46:54 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: What, did you think everyoe liked him because he's Obama's "buddy" and everyone in Chicago is supposed to be liberal?


Well, yeah, that makes it easy to hate and dismiss the plight of a whole bunch of people! Why would you take that away from him?
 
2014-05-13 02:47:22 PM  
...and , if you're into this kind of mischief, make sure your listed address is no where near your grow operation. I got pulled over once, with guns drawn, because somebody used my address for their DL. He was wanted on a felony. It might be good to use your neighbor's, just in case. You'd know early that they were loooking for you.
 
2014-05-13 02:47:29 PM  

SquiggsIN: rorgus: Picture had 20 pounds in it. 18 pounds found in house. Weighed again for charges 16 pounds. 14 pounds entered as evidence at trial. Weighed in at 12 pounds for the retrial. It dried out! Cops never lie.

I think police should be subject to random drug testing more often than the general public... like every week.  It'd get really hard to keep pushing the war on drugs narrative if you showed how corrupt the people enacting it have become.


Then the people doing the testing would be corrupted by the corrupt police and on and on....
 
2014-05-13 02:48:24 PM  
Anyone who does a big enough grow in their home knows better than to take pictures... I would imagine, that is. Rule number one is that you don't talk about it. Dude is giving potheads a bad name..

...not that I know a damn thing about any of that.
 
2014-05-13 02:48:55 PM  
"The individual gave consent to search the residence there,

Well, son. You should give us consent. If not, we'll post an officer here until we can get a warrant which should take all of five minutes. When that happens, there'll be no hope for you. No bail. No plea bargains. We'll go all the way to trial and convict you. The judge will hand down the biggest sentence you'll ever see and you'll go to medium security right off the bat. Now, you give us consent and we'll go easy on you. Get you in to rehab or community service. The DA will take your assistance in to consideration. Maybe he won't even walk the case to the judge. I can make things happen if you comply. Make it easy for us and we'll make it easy for you. What do you say?
(Opens door)
Holy jumpin' Jebus! There's enough dope in here for a dead head convention! Oh, you in big trouble, son. I thought you had one or two plants but this here is an operation! You're going away for a long time! You done messed up!
 
2014-05-13 02:52:21 PM  

LazyMedia: This is why the pot should remain illegal (other than the massive death toll from overdoses): it makes you stupid.


You should probably cut back on your intake.
 
2014-05-13 02:54:09 PM  
Dude, I live in Denver now and I still don't want to broadcast that I smoke pot too much. It just seems kinda crude. I mean, I love to get high, but the thought of wearing a hoodie with a big pot leaf on it doesn't appeal to me at all.
 
2014-05-13 02:56:01 PM  
 
2014-05-13 02:58:33 PM  

ToastmasterGeneral: Headso: yes the police arresting people and wasting everyone's tax money for possessing harmless plant material are indeed dumbasses, subs.

I assume you mean the politicians who outlawed it, and not the cops who enforced, right?


nah both are equally stupid, nobody is forcing these dumbasses to fly around in helicopters looking for weed in the woods or spend hours investigating the owner of a lost phone because there's plant material in a picture when they won't even bother to investigate actual robberies and theft.
 
2014-05-13 03:00:00 PM  
Also, if your phone has hardware GPS, a lot of photo apps will embed the GPS coordinates where the picture was taken, along with the time and date. As a general rule, it's not a good idea to keep incriminating stuff on your phone in an unencrypted format. Gallery Vault is a good choice for Android.
 
2014-05-13 03:06:00 PM  

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I sure hope this is going to make my day when I get home.
 
2014-05-13 03:11:31 PM  

SquiggsIN: Mr.Bobo: [fc06.deviantart.net image 800x533]

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She's nearly perfection (in my opinion).  I guess she could be a redhead...


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2014-05-13 03:20:44 PM  

jst3p: SquiggsIN: Mr.Bobo: [fc06.deviantart.net image 800x533]

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She's nearly perfection (in my opinion).  I guess she could be a redhead...

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And teeny-weeny tiny minuscule nipples.  Don't know if like or not.

And ...

$2,800 a pound, huh?  Better have been some pretty good shiat.  Or, it's cop math.
 
2014-05-13 03:27:16 PM  

Headso: ToastmasterGeneral: Headso: yes the police arresting people and wasting everyone's tax money for possessing harmless plant material are indeed dumbasses, subs.

I assume you mean the politicians who outlawed it, and not the cops who enforced, right?

nah both are equally stupid, nobody is forcing these dumbasses to fly around in helicopters looking for weed in the woods or spend hours investigating the owner of a lost phone because there's plant material in a picture when they won't even bother to investigate actual robberies and theft.


I'm guessing that most elected officials would complain if police are basically handed an easy investigation into drug distribution enterprise and instead choose to ignore it.

That said, you are obviously right - all police are clearly evil.  Thanks for clearing that up.
 
2014-05-13 03:39:12 PM  

SquiggsIN: rorgus: Picture had 20 pounds in it. 18 pounds found in house. Weighed again for charges 16 pounds. 14 pounds entered as evidence at trial. Weighed in at 12 pounds for the retrial. It dried out! Cops never lie.

I think police should be subject to random drug testing more often than the general public... like every week.  It'd get really hard to keep pushing the war on drugs narrative if you showed how corrupt the people enacting it have become.


Nah.
If you think they are violent and abusive now, you can't imagine what would happen if they couldn't mellow out, and would shift that anger onto the users and use that anger to flame their pursuing of drug users.
 
2014-05-13 03:47:30 PM  

ToastmasterGeneral: Headso: ToastmasterGeneral: Headso: yes the police arresting people and wasting everyone's tax money for possessing harmless plant material are indeed dumbasses, subs.

I assume you mean the politicians who outlawed it, and not the cops who enforced, right?

nah both are equally stupid, nobody is forcing these dumbasses to fly around in helicopters looking for weed in the woods or spend hours investigating the owner of a lost phone because there's plant material in a picture when they won't even bother to investigate actual robberies and theft.

I'm guessing that most elected officials would complain if police are basically handed an easy investigation into drug distribution enterprise and instead choose to ignore it.

That said, you are obviously right - all police are clearly evil.  Thanks for clearing that up.


if instead they put their limited resources into crimes with actual victims I doubt they'd have a problem, sorry...
 
2014-05-13 03:49:39 PM  
Good lord.  Never consent.

/not a bookmark.
 
2014-05-13 03:55:51 PM  

Headso: ToastmasterGeneral: Headso: ToastmasterGeneral: Headso: yes the police arresting people and wasting everyone's tax money for possessing harmless plant material are indeed dumbasses, subs.

I assume you mean the politicians who outlawed it, and not the cops who enforced, right?

nah both are equally stupid, nobody is forcing these dumbasses to fly around in helicopters looking for weed in the woods or spend hours investigating the owner of a lost phone because there's plant material in a picture when they won't even bother to investigate actual robberies and theft.

I'm guessing that most elected officials would complain if police are basically handed an easy investigation into drug distribution enterprise and instead choose to ignore it.

That said, you are obviously right - all police are clearly evil.  Thanks for clearing that up.

if instead they put their limited resources into crimes with actual victims I doubt they'd have a problem, sorry...


Certain areas, you'd be correct.  Decriminalized areas, Colorado and Washington.  Other areas, you'd be completely wrong, and a police force ignoring a drug distribution crime would be fired.

But in no case, do police departments decide that until they solve every murder, they'll ignore all other crimes.  It's a balancing act.  Sometimes done better than other times.

And if you want to argue that removing criminal designation for victimless drug crimes would help that balance, I'd agree with you.  And then I'd blame the politicians.
 
2014-05-13 03:59:19 PM  

ToastmasterGeneral: police force ignoring a drug distribution crime would be fired.


lol, well since we are just saying whatever let me assert that if they ignored this picture on a phone they would have been all given medals and sent to Disney World...
 
2014-05-13 03:59:20 PM  

Noticeably F.A.T.: LazyMedia: This is why the pot should remain illegal (other than the massive death toll from overdoses): it makes you stupid.

You should probably cut back on your intake.


I'm no junky; you'll never catch me putting that stuff in my arm.
 
2014-05-13 04:02:30 PM  
It was shopped. I can see the WHOA DUDE!!!  Look at the pixies!!!
 
2014-05-13 04:22:49 PM  

SquiggsIN: Wasn't there just a link yesterday about how most of Chicago is under camera surveillance and it's a threat to personal freedom? I'm wondering how that can be true since there's obviously a drug and murder issue remaining in the city.

 Google "anarcho-tyrrany"
 
2014-05-13 04:51:41 PM  

Headso: ToastmasterGeneral: police force ignoring a drug distribution crime would be fired.

lol, well since we are just saying whatever let me assert that if they ignored this picture on a phone they would have been all given medals and sent to Disney World...


I'll tell you what, when Kentucky residents approve measures to at least decriminalize marijuana, I'll agree with you that they wouldn't care if their local police chose to ignore evidence of a drug dealer.
 
2014-05-13 06:51:31 PM  

I_Can't_Believe_It's_Not_Smegma: cops are such dicks


The cops don't make the law and you cannot seriously be arguing that you want the cops to apply more discretion in enforcement.
 
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