my concern about our police officers

my concern about our police officers

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just wondering

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#1 Aug 4, 2014
I have recently read a news article about a certain individual who was pulled over and charged with DUI. In the article it says there was a call about "a suspicious driver". They were arrestef amd questioned by DTF.This morning I read again that the same individual was arrested again for a DUI. and again the article says they received a call about a suspicious driver. This happened fairly close to the person's home. Now, my thought are obviously someone is out to get this person and or.is being targeted by greeneville police. Its not fair.
Stick it

Elizabethton, TN

#2 Aug 4, 2014
just wondering wrote:
I have recently read a news article about a certain individual who was pulled over and charged with DUI. In the article it says there was a call about "a suspicious driver". They were arrestef amd questioned by DTF.This morning I read again that the same individual was arrested again for a DUI. and again the article says they received a call about a suspicious driver. This happened fairly close to the person's home. Now, my thought are obviously someone is out to get this person and or.is being targeted by greeneville police. Its not fair.
Let's see. If you get caught breaking the law it is the cops fault for catching you. Hmmmm...just wondering. That's the person being an alcoholic and needs help. If you are truly concerned offer help to the alcoholic. If not then stop this nonsense.

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#3 Aug 5, 2014
just wondering wrote:
I have recently read a news article about a certain individual who was pulled over and charged with DUI. In the article it says there was a call about "a suspicious driver". They were arrestef amd questioned by DTF.This morning I read again that the same individual was arrested again for a DUI. and again the article says they received a call about a suspicious driver. This happened fairly close to the person's home. Now, my thought are obviously someone is out to get this person and or.is being targeted by greeneville police. Its not fair.
If the person is breaking the law, the person is breaking the law period. It's perfectly fair. I'm sure the person knew the risks involved when they pulled out of the driveway. The "suspicious call" was probably a neighbor or someone close whos loved ones or themselves travel the same road and was concerned about their saftey. I'm sure that was not the only two times this person has drove drunk.

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#5 Aug 5, 2014
marthe stewart wrote:
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I have a friend who knows somebody at work that heard from their buddy's next door neighbor that this EXACT SAME THING happened to a second cousin of an ex-girlfriend that the buddy's neighbor used to know in high school.
Seriously, somebody gets picked up for a DUI and the very next day they get picked up for a DUI again? What are the chances of that happening? NONE. Unless they are FOLLOWING HIM AROUND... It's a GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY.
Ummm, It's not a conspiracy. If the person in question is stupid enough to turn around and do it again, they should be behind bars. And yes, once they catch you once.... they will be watchin'. You just became easy money. Pretty simple.

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#6 Aug 5, 2014
From Jenny xoxo wrote:
<quoted text>Ummm, It's not a conspiracy. If the person in question is stupid enough to turn around and do it again, they should be behind bars. And yes, once they catch you once.... they will be watchin'. You just became easy money. Pretty simple.
And that's ALL it's about. The money. Bail,court costs,fines,the DUI puffer you have to pay for in your vehicle. Bond monitoring/drug tests. And the SR-22 insurance.

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#7 Aug 5, 2014
I'm more concerned with the ones watching kid porn or taking a nap on duty... Not the ones catching drunks.

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#8 Aug 5, 2014
Dixie iron fist wrote:
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And that's ALL it's about. The money. Bail,court costs,fines,the DUI puffer you have to pay for in your vehicle. Bond monitoring/drug tests. And the SR-22 insurance.
Exactly! ;) Money racket! This dude that got caught twice has became their new b!t@h.

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#9 Aug 5, 2014
From Jenny xoxo wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly! ;) Money racket! This dude that got caught twice has became their new b!t@h.
Priceless!!!!

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#10 Aug 5, 2014
Just be sure not to ask them to speak up! lol
Shocker

Charlotte, NC

#11 Aug 7, 2014
If miss Kayla Munday wasn't such a white trash whore who got caught tricked out on needle dope and pills with her daughter in the car while high, then they would have no reason to pull her over. But when you act paranoid and jittery around a cop there is usually a reason. Stay sober and you "MIGHT" get little E back.

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