I do agree that a normal, sane and rational person would not be there in the first place. Obviously normal people would see the enjoyment of the activities and let the fire department worry about responding to calls.<quoted text>I have to disagree with your post because a "normal person" wouldn't be there to begin with.
Please answer the question of why were you there?? And don't say you were looking for a job application at JRs because nobody will believe that.
But in this case someone with an infactuation that feels they still have to take action should have ONLY had a meeting with the Deputy Fire Chief on duty and not anyone else.
Don't worry folks, there are numerous people that show up in need of medical aid on daily basis at the fire station. This is why there is a fire dispatcher on-duty 24/7 there.
This is why there is an intercom/camera system installed at every door at the station.
Any visitor to the fire station will be met with. It is a law.
The court will look at if Lynch put in place the steps that led to the confrontation.
They will want to know if there was anything else he could have done and the answer is YES.
They will want to know why he didn't remain inside the entrance and notified the dispatcher thru the intercom and wait for the Deputy Fire Chief.
They will want to know why they did not park in the fire department's parking lot.
They will want to know why he didn't inform the 911 dispatcher that he is at the fire station and is seeking help from the fire department.
They will want to know why he did not stay away from the scene until the police arrived.
The problem is if he was never there then he would have never been involved in an incident IT WOULD HAVE NEVER HAPPENED.
The problem is these type of people cannot let go of a situation even after they have reported it before or filed complaints.
They do not understand where their duty ends. They cannot control their anger and take it to the next step.
The judge will ask him why didn't he after notifying 911 about the parking situation go home?
He overstepped his duties by remaining at the scene after contacting 911 and the police.
These type of people usually take the law into their own hands and that will always get them into trouble.