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2020-08-07 5:07:15 PM  
FTFA: "A release said Reedsburg Police K-9 Xena was used on the vehicle after Williams was stopped. Officers found methamphetamine and drug-related items, two firearms and more than $3,000 in cash during a search of the vehicle."

Thanks for being so vague. We might have turned this into a gun thread.
 
2020-08-07 6:10:43 PM  
Angel, indeed.
 
2020-08-07 6:14:25 PM  
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2020-08-07 6:18:53 PM  

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why so litigious?
 
2020-08-07 6:23:58 PM  

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Uncanny.
 
2020-08-07 6:23:59 PM  

August11: FTFA: "A release said Reedsburg Police K-9 Xena was used on the vehicle after Williams was stopped. Officers found methamphetamine and drug-related items, two firearms and more than $3,000 in cash during a search of the vehicle."

Thanks for being so vague. We might have turned this into a gun thread.


And what got her stopped by the cops while driving to a drug deal? The expired registration. Then again, no one ever accused a meth-head who deals of great thinking.
 
2020-08-07 6:32:10 PM  
The shat has hit the fan....
 
2020-08-07 6:34:25 PM  
in the 1700 block of Viking Drive.


Why cant I have a cool address like  Viking Drive
 
2020-08-07 6:36:53 PM  
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2020-08-07 6:40:32 PM  
They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP
 
2020-08-07 6:41:33 PM  

August11: FTFA: "A release said Reedsburg Police K-9 Xena was used on the vehicle after Williams was stopped. Officers found methamphetamine and drug-related items, two firearms and more than $3,000 in cash during a search of the vehicle."

Thanks for being so vague. We might have turned this into a gun thread.


We could make it a Lucy Lawless thread....

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2020-08-07 6:44:38 PM  

Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP


Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.
 
2020-08-07 6:50:27 PM  
One police reform I'd like to see is a requirement that they keep records of every time a K-9 'alerts' resulting in them performing a search, and the results of the search. I have a feeling it would show a majority of the time the search is bullshiat, and they'd either have to work to make alerts accurate or risk having all such searches denied for probable cause.
 
2020-08-07 6:50:53 PM  

151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.


That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.
 
2020-08-07 6:53:52 PM  

RussianPotato: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.


You *really* want a meth head running around with firearms?

Not really sure how that helps support a well armed and maintained militia, which is the farking point of the 2nd amendment... not guns just because I can have farking guns...
 
2020-08-07 7:00:24 PM  

GrogSmash: RussianPotato: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.

You *really* want a meth head running around with firearms?

Not really sure how that helps support a well armed and maintained militia, which is the farking point of the 2nd amendment... not guns just because I can have farking guns...


The SCOTUS put a line between the well-regulated militia and the right to keep and bear arms with the Heller decision (and a few other decisions, as well), rightly or wrongly, when they enumerated it as an individual right regardless of militia status.
 
2020-08-07 7:00:55 PM  

151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.


Exactly.  I'm a resident Fark gun hugger and I don't have an issue with them grabbing the guns in this case.
 
2020-08-07 7:01:49 PM  

ClavellBCMI: GrogSmash: RussianPotato: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.

You *really* want a meth head running around with firearms?

Not really sure how that helps support a well armed and maintained militia, which is the farking point of the 2nd amendment... not guns just because I can have farking guns...

The SCOTUS put a line between the well-regulated militia and the right to keep and bear arms with the Heller decision (and a few other decisions, as well), rightly or wrongly, when they enumerated it as an individual right regardless of militia status.


You don't seem to understand.  YOU are a member of the militia.  Everyone is.
 
2020-08-07 7:03:04 PM  

OgreMagi: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

Exactly.  I'm a resident Fark gun hugger and I don't have an issue with them grabbing the guns in this case.


In Michigan it would probably be considered felony possession of a firearm.
 
2020-08-07 7:13:17 PM  
I came in thinking "what did Jason Wohl do now?"
 
2020-08-07 7:16:53 PM  

Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP


Where does it say what they did with all that?  Should they let her go to jail with two guns and $3k in cash?
 
2020-08-07 7:30:53 PM  

OgreMagi: ClavellBCMI: GrogSmash: RussianPotato: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.

You *really* want a meth head running around with firearms?

Not really sure how that helps support a well armed and maintained militia, which is the farking point of the 2nd amendment... not guns just because I can have farking guns...

The SCOTUS put a line between the well-regulated militia and the right to keep and bear arms with the Heller decision (and a few other decisions, as well), rightly or wrongly, when they enumerated it as an individual right regardless of militia status.

You don't seem to understand.  YOU are a member of the militia.  Everyone is.


No, we are not, not under current Constitutional law. The well-regulated militia, under current Constitutional law, consists of the federally-recognized National Guards of the several states, the direct-Reserve components of the regular US military, and those state-only militias that have been given Federal recognition (such as the Texas State Guard), as the militia is required to operate under the discipline set forth by the Congress (per another part of the US Constitution), which gave the US Congress the right to declare what is a legal militia and what is not and what rules they may operate under.
 
2020-08-07 7:48:53 PM  

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Uncanny.


Local waitstaff breath a sigh of relief as this excitable woman is dealt with by the state.
 
2020-08-07 8:03:05 PM  

ClavellBCMI: August11: FTFA: "A release said Reedsburg Police K-9 Xena was used on the vehicle after Williams was stopped. Officers found methamphetamine and drug-related items, two firearms and more than $3,000 in cash during a search of the vehicle."

Thanks for being so vague. We might have turned this into a gun thread.

And what got her stopped by the cops while driving to a drug deal? The expired registration. Then again, no one ever accused a meth-head who deals of great thinking.


I will never understand why criminals don't keep their vehicles and driving habits 100% legal. I mean, that's something even The Wolf taught you in Pulp Fiction. And every year I see a pro athlete who is driving with a suspended license. Even your league minimum is more $ than I'll ever make but you don't pay your speeding tickets?
 
2020-08-07 8:07:30 PM  

ClavellBCMI: OgreMagi: ClavellBCMI: GrogSmash: RussianPotato: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.

You *really* want a meth head running around with firearms?

Not really sure how that helps support a well armed and maintained militia, which is the farking point of the 2nd amendment... not guns just because I can have farking guns...

The SCOTUS put a line between the well-regulated militia and the right to keep and bear arms with the Heller decision (and a few other decisions, as well), rightly or wrongly, when they enumerated it as an individual right regardless of militia status.

You don't seem to understand.  YOU are a member of the militia.  Everyone is.

No, we are not, not under current Constitutional law. The well-regulated militia, under current Constitutional law, consists of the federally-recognized National Guards of the several states, the direct-Reserve components of the regular US military, and those state-only militias that have been given Federal recognition (such as the Texas State Guard), as the militia is required to operate under the discipline set forth by the Congress (per another part of the US Constitution), which gave the US Congress the right to declare what is a legal militia and what is not and what rules they may operate under.


Your fark law degree failed you.

10 U.S. Code § 246 - Militia: composition and classes

(b) The classes of the militia are-
(1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval Militia; and (2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval Militia.If you are able bodied and not a member of the military, national guard, state militia, or law enforcement, you are considered part of the unorganized militia.
 
2020-08-07 8:14:24 PM  

dickfreckle: ClavellBCMI: August11: FTFA: "A release said Reedsburg Police K-9 Xena was used on the vehicle after Williams was stopped. Officers found methamphetamine and drug-related items, two firearms and more than $3,000 in cash during a search of the vehicle."

Thanks for being so vague. We might have turned this into a gun thread.

And what got her stopped by the cops while driving to a drug deal? The expired registration. Then again, no one ever accused a meth-head who deals of great thinking.

I will never understand why criminals don't keep their vehicles and driving habits 100% legal. I mean, that's something even The Wolf taught you in Pulp Fiction. And every year I see a pro athlete who is driving with a suspended license. Even your league minimum is more $ than I'll ever make but you don't pay your speeding tickets?


Because drugs impair judgement. People on drugs make poor choices.
 
2020-08-07 10:03:06 PM  
Holy crap, Reedsburg!? Two towns away from my hometown.  Although mine seems to be more of a meth ridden craphole because of 94
 
2020-08-08 12:05:59 AM  

Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP


How much you wanna bet they helpfully supplied the meth?
 
2020-08-08 12:09:59 AM  

OgreMagi: ClavellBCMI: OgreMagi: ClavellBCMI: GrogSmash: RussianPotato: 151: Stud Gerbil: They had no  right to seize the guns and money, but they did anyway.   Probably auction the car off too.   So they got her on meth and expired plates, then took everything they could to pad their report and their coffers.

FTP

Guns were used in the commission of a felony, they are now evidence, counselor.

That's probably bullshiat and you know it.  People who smoke meth love guns more than anyone else.  Odds are the guns were just for recreation, not to aid the drug running.

Then again you probably already knew that, fascist.

You *really* want a meth head running around with firearms?

Not really sure how that helps support a well armed and maintained militia, which is the farking point of the 2nd amendment... not guns just because I can have farking guns...

The SCOTUS put a line between the well-regulated militia and the right to keep and bear arms with the Heller decision (and a few other decisions, as well), rightly or wrongly, when they enumerated it as an individual right regardless of militia status.

You don't seem to understand.  YOU are a member of the militia.  Everyone is.

No, we are not, not under current Constitutional law. The well-regulated militia, under current Constitutional law, consists of the federally-recognized National Guards of the several states, the direct-Reserve components of the regular US military, and those state-only militias that have been given Federal recognition (such as the Texas State Guard), as the militia is required to operate under the discipline set forth by the Congress (per another part of the US Constitution), which gave the US Congress the right to declare what is a legal militia and what is not and what rules they may operate under.

Your fark law degree failed you.

10 U.S. Code § 246 - Militia: composition and classes

(b) The classes of the militia are-
(1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval ...


Welcome to the militia!
 
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