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Ccat

Member Since 24 Nov 2008
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In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

30 August 2014 - 10:04 PM

Well I'm glad yall think yall know everything there is to know about police, but you don't.

In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

30 August 2014 - 09:14 PM

No, they didn't get a call about "two guys walking". They pulled that out of their ass. We found out afterwards they were headed to a completely unrelated call in another area and just happened to be driving by on the way there and saw us and for whatever reason decided to see what we were up to. Probably because it was 4am in their minds that automatically put us as suspicious.


How did you find that out?

In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

30 August 2014 - 08:13 PM

um OK, well they had no reasonable suspicion then


That you know of. Someone may have given them bad information and they were investigating that information. Or they may have gotten good information and you may have been unlucky enough to match the general description they were given of the real offender

In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

30 August 2014 - 07:53 PM

I had something similar happen to me about a month ago. Was walking on a sidewalk back from a corner store with my friend, cops drive up and immediately go into asshole mode, GET OVER HERE! PUT YOUR HANDS ON THE HOOD! WHO ARE YOU! WHAT ARE YOU DOING! I asked them what's going on and they said "we got a report of two guys walking" lol that's literally word for word what they said "we got a report of two guys walking".

I told them my name, as I'm legally required to do in the state of Nevada. Didn't answer any of their other questions, where I was coming from, what I was doing, ect. as is my right by the 5th amendment. That's when they threatened to arrest me for trespassing. The property where they stopped us was where I was living at the time, I wasn't trespassing and they had no evidence that I was either. Nobody associated with the property ever claimed we were trespassing and they didn't even check with the owner/operator of the property to see if our names were listed as living there.

They stopped us for no reason, detained us with no probable cause of anything. Threatened to arrest us without any evidence we committed a crime. I had to show them my ID and proof that I was living there, which I'm not under any legal obligation to do, to avoid being falsely arrested.

That's probably only the 3rd worst interaction I've had with the police in the last 12 months. Fun times.


Not saying anything that happened as you described it is right or wrong because obviously I don't know what went on. I just want to let you know for your knowledge in the future that probable cause is not required to detain someone. Probable cause is required for an arrest but reasonable suspicion is the level needed to detain someone

In Topic: Video of St. Louis Shooting of Kajieme Powell Disproves Cops' Version of...

27 August 2014 - 05:47 AM

Bullet proof vest are stab proof as well.



Laziness and or corruption by not applying the spirit of the constitutional law because they have applied their on beliefs, biases and prejudices to the situation and have made the determination at this person deserves to die.


No bullet proof vests are not stab proof as well.

And so if a man starts shooting at a police officer the police officer should just surrender and die without having a chance to defend himself?

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