Well judgement is in..now convicted and a felon (pending appeal). Truthfully, he took the Kraken moniker and ran with it(maybe way to seriously).He planned to market it and cash in.Being involved with drugs violence,and crazy people has just killed that.Can he recover from this...to a degree perhaps..but it won't be here in Carolina.When he was drafted,one knock on him was the "character issue" concerns.They have now reared their ugly head.Its been fun Greg, but the black and blue is not in your future.C.J. just became much more important to this franchise.
Turn it in if it's for real. You found it and have alibi's so nothing to worry about. In all seriousness sometimes the missing link on a prosecutable offense is the murder weapon. Small chance but i wouldn't want to be the reason someone slipped through the cracks
You continue to show your ignorance, please quit posting about firearms. Every single one you showed above ( minus the shotguns) is a semi automatic in its basic layout. The aesthetics are what you think make them "dangerous" . My favorite gun I own is my 1942 M1 Garand. It holds 8 rounds, is semi automatic, and even has a bayonet lug. But it has a wood stock so all you ignorant folk won't think its an assault weapon.
NC has a system called Cjleads that is a compilation of dmv and offender records. When I pull someone over I can view their criminal history, and your picture pops up with "alerts", such as assault/domestic violence/ccw/drug , etc. He probably viewed a merged offender record or clicked the wrong one, and when he went back he realized that. My best guess.
In reference to the above statement that literally no one thinks drunk driving is a good idea, I don't mean this to sound condescending but you live in an insulated fantasy world. In my line of work I see more drunk drivers than you can shake a stick at, and the majority of them are repeat offenders who could care less. If you do not advocate an idea per se, but practice it continuously, then you are for all intents and purposes pushing it as a good idea. And an irrefutable fact is that alcohol is a proven killer, directly or indirectly.
1. Guy driving down the street has a brake light out.
2. Guy gets pulled over and car gets searched... well, because as we all know, if you have a burned out light bulb in your car you must be doing something illegal.
3. Guy is convicted of drug trafficking and is in prison.
Thing is, in North Carolina, a vehicle is completely legal with a single operating brake light. But the fact the law enforcement officer didn't know the state law is of no consequence. Hey, 4th Amendment, guess you don't mean poo anymore.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court will decide whether police have probable cause to make a traffic stop if it turns out the officer was mistaken in thinking the driver violated the law.
The justices on Monday said they will hear an appeal from a North Carolina man who claims his Fourth Amendment rights were violated when he was pulled over for having a burned-out brake light. The police officer ultimately found cocaine in the car and the driver and his passenger were convicted of drug trafficking.
A state appeals court ruled the stop was impermissible because state law only required a car to have one functioning brake light. But a divided North Carolina Supreme Court reversed, finding the stop was permitted if the officer's mistake about the law was reasonable.
Really, an officer doesn't have to know the law and can violate your Constitutional rights along the way with no consequence?
Thankfully, the case is going to the United States Supreme Court, where hopefully, someone gets it.
Reference your #2 point, as an LEO myself I have to straighten that out. Those tiny infractions like bulbs burned out are really only there to give you the ability to make contact with citizens. I've found countless drunks, dope, and un served arrest warrants from stopping people for those exact things. Also, while I see this guys point, it could become a slippery slope; for example: A be on the lookout alert for a red Nissan Maxima comes out reference a murder suspect. Say the cop goes out and mistakenly pulls a blue Nissan Maxima or a red Altima. Now say that the original witness statement for the BOLO information was wrong, and the suspect vehicle actually is the red Altima he pulls over. Does the murder suspect walk free because, short of a misunderstanding or wrong information, the officer had no reason to make contact with him? Stuff like that happens, so it will be interesting to see how the Court goes with this one.
To beat a dead horse, but life is about taking responsibility. You can survive on the minimum wage as a single person, ask me how I know. When you start throwing family and kids into the mixture is when it goes downhill.You have to be responsible enough to know how to live within your means. But then that means people have to be personally responsible for their actions, and that's one thing Democrats rail on whether they know it or not.
Zimmerman on the phone with police, complains about "them" always getting away.
Trayvon runs away.
Zimmerman says "poo, he's running." then gets out of car and runs after him.
Why did he get out of the car?
If you've listened or read Zimmerman's statements, he actually did disengage following per the dispatcher and was heading back to his vehicle. He cut through to check a street sign for the dispatcher on his way back to the vehicle. That's when he got jumped. The state has provided no evidence to contradict his statements, or proved malice on Z's part. He doesn't have to prove he is innocent. The state has to prove he's guilty. And they didn't come close. We will see if reason and law overcome emotion in the verdict.
Several local news outlets released the whole thing, but have since removed them. All they are saying is that the LAPD requested they pull them down, and then the LAPD released their own "edited" version. Only question is why.
What you won't hear is this guy was a super-lib. I mean an Obama slobbin, MSNBC watchin, NRA hating, pro gun control liberal. But those parts of his manifesto were redacted. Why? It kills the public narrative that all these people that snap are right wing nut jobs.
Some people just don't have the time to hit a concealed carry class, so they open carry. Being a vet myself, I don't see why you would be bugged out by someone responsibly carrying in a holster. Now if he's in line at a gas station and waistband carrying and the gun falls down his pantleg, then I have a problem with it.