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#1 Nov 21, 2013
Let's see some???
got it

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Nov 22, 2013
You are a moron. God forbid someone "snitches" on a dope dealer. How dare they! Dope dealers and users are such great contributors to our community.
TH Resident

Terre Haute, IN

#3 Nov 22, 2013
I never understood all of the "snitch" threads until I recently began to understand more about a snitch.

IMO, snitches are dangerous and not for a reason most would immediately assume. I know a snitch who had serious charges - about 10 felonies. The majority of those charges were dropped and he served absolutely no time for the other charges.

I also don't think he was a good snitch. I believe he was so desperate in turning someone else in that he gave false information, or gave information he assumed was accurate.

This guy ends up with absolutely no punishment on serious felonies and gave inaccurate info to the cops on someone else. As a taxpayer he's costing me more money than he would have being an inmate.

Snitches are dangerous and not because of who they may or may not tell on. They're dangerous because they become felons without prosecution.

Since: Sep 12

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#4 Nov 22, 2013
TH Resident wrote:
I never understood all of the "snitch" threads until I recently began to understand more about a snitch.
IMO, snitches are dangerous and not for a reason most would immediately assume. I know a snitch who had serious charges - about 10 felonies. The majority of those charges were dropped and he served absolutely no time for the other charges.
I also don't think he was a good snitch. I believe he was so desperate in turning someone else in that he gave false information, or gave information he assumed was accurate.
This guy ends up with absolutely no punishment on serious felonies and gave inaccurate info to the cops on someone else. As a taxpayer he's costing me more money than he would have being an inmate.
Snitches are dangerous and not because of who they may or may not tell on. They're dangerous because they become felons without prosecution.
Doesn't the prosecutor verify the info is correct before signing the get out of jail free papers?
TH Resident

Terre Haute, IN

#5 Nov 22, 2013
The prosecutors office doesn't always 100% verify info is correct before bringing charges against someone. Blaming the prosecutors office is not my intention.

Fire arms charges dropped. Meth charges deferred for 2 years. All other charges dropped. Dude has always been a dummy. But the meth head is to be believed 100% with his info? I'm not buying it. Desperation is dangerous. Meth heads with fire arms are dangerous.
Do you think its good

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#6 Nov 22, 2013
TH Resident wrote:
The prosecutors office doesn't always 100% verify info is correct before bringing charges against someone. Blaming the prosecutors office is not my intention.
Fire arms charges dropped. Meth charges deferred for 2 years. All other charges dropped. Dude has always been a dummy. But the meth head is to be believed 100% with his info? I'm not buying it. Desperation is dangerous. Meth heads with fire arms are dangerous.
Now I agree that some individuals are dangerous but should the prosecutors office be allowed to just make things up at will like that? I get it to be a good prosecutor you have to have a high conviction rate or you may not be re-elected but why is honesty so frowned upon here? If the cops do lie to the prosecutors office then the other cops and prosecutors will just lie to cover up for them anyway.
really

United States

#7 Nov 22, 2013
Basically by being a snitch its saying your not responsible for your own crime and everyone should pay the price for what they do. Being a snitch is worse then a meth head or thief or whatever because they did the crime and are to much of a coward to do the time
TH Resident

Terre Haute, IN

#8 Nov 22, 2013
Do you think its good wrote:
<quoted text>Now I agree that some individuals are dangerous but should the prosecutors office be allowed to just make things up at will like that? I get it to be a good prosecutor you have to have a high conviction rate or you may not be re-elected but why is honesty so frowned upon here? If the cops do lie to the prosecutors office then the other cops and prosecutors will just lie to cover up for them anyway.
I never said the prosecutors office is making things up. I said the meth head is. The meth head is desperate not to go to prison. I did say the prosecutor may not investigate any further based on "evidence" or the testimony of a desperate fire arm carrying meth head.

“Licensed Fool”

Since: May 12

Not laughing with you...

#9 Nov 22, 2013
TH Resident wrote:
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I never said the prosecutors office is making things up. I said the meth head is. The meth head is desperate not to go to prison. I did say the prosecutor may not investigate any further based on "evidence" or the testimony of a desperate fire arm carrying meth head.
And yet...I do not associate with meth heads or criminals and thus I have no fear of snitches. Let snitches snitch and let criminals go to jail. This thread is the equivalent of worrying about which turds need to be flushed first.
TH Resident

Terre Haute, IN

#11 Nov 23, 2013
The Comedian wrote:
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And yet...I do not associate with meth heads or criminals and thus I have no fear of snitches. Let snitches snitch and let criminals go to jail. This thread is the equivalent of worrying about which turds need to be flushed first.
I don't associate with any either. And I have shared the same opinion every time I see a "snitch" thread. Until recently, I had never put much thought into any snitch. Now that I have I was just sharing.

The person I was referring to was someone I know's son. A meth head who snitched on someone for white collar crimes. White collar crimes that he would have absolutely no clue about.

Since: Nov 11

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#12 Nov 23, 2013
TH Resident wrote:
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I don't associate with any either. And I have shared the same opinion every time I see a "snitch" thread. Until recently, I had never put much thought into any snitch. Now that I have I was just sharing.
The person I was referring to was someone I know's son. A meth head who snitched on someone for white collar crimes. White collar crimes that he would have absolutely no clue about.
This wouldn't necessarily be a "snitch" problem. The system breaks down when an individual fabricates a reason to wrangle out of punishment and the prosecutor's office fails (yet again) to do the leg work.
Anonymous

Terre Haute, IN

#13 Nov 23, 2013
lot of trafic on corner of 12 and marl..i thnk
TH Snitches

Terre Haute, IN

#14 Nov 23, 2013
Most snitches have no credibility and any good defense lawyer will make that case. They are trying to get out of a punishment by incriminating others so it is pretty obvious they will fabricate a story. I knew a guy that sold marijuana back in the 90s in a very small amount. A "snitch" who had two strikes on himself got caught with some drugs and was facing big time so he fabricated a story and was basically the sole purpose of the other guy spending 8 years in federal pen. Yes the guy deserved a punishment but the "snitch" saved his own ass on his third strike by causing another about 4 times the amount he deserved. CIs are as treacherous as they come because they get to play both sides of the game, have their cake and eat it to, or whatever other analogy you want to use. Undercover law enforcement is almost a thing of the past and they save money by bribing these CIs into doing their dirty work. They know the CIs are worse than the criminals they are chasing but they turn their head the other way. So basically once a CI takes the plunge and becomes
A snitch their is no turning back and the person eventually comes to terms with it. They usually end up strung out, dead, or in prison after law enforcement is done using them for their dirty work.

“Licensed Fool”

Since: May 12

Not laughing with you...

#15 Nov 24, 2013
TH Snitches wrote:
Most snitches have no credibility and any good defense lawyer will make that case. They are trying to get out of a punishment by incriminating others so it is pretty obvious they will fabricate a story. I knew a guy that sold marijuana back in the 90s in a very small amount. A "snitch" who had two strikes on himself got caught with some drugs and was facing big time so he fabricated a story and was basically the sole purpose of the other guy spending 8 years in federal pen. Yes the guy deserved a punishment but the "snitch" saved his own ass on his third strike by causing another about 4 times the amount he deserved. CIs are as treacherous as they come because they get to play both sides of the game, have their cake and eat it to, or whatever other analogy you want to use. Undercover law enforcement is almost a thing of the past and they save money by bribing these CIs into doing their dirty work. They know the CIs are worse than the criminals they are chasing but they turn their head the other way. So basically once a CI takes the plunge and becomes
A snitch their is no turning back and the person eventually comes to terms with it. They usually end up strung out, dead, or in prison after law enforcement is done using them for their dirty work.
So one criminal rats out another criminal and both criminals are miserable as a result. I am OK with that.
Yep

Clinton, IN

#16 Nov 24, 2013
Mertle wrote:
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This wouldn't necessarily be a "snitch" problem. The system breaks down when an individual fabricates a reason to wrangle out of punishment and the prosecutor's office fails (yet again) to do the leg work.
Absolutely. People take advantage of this too. Vengeful people as well as bad cops. Sadly, prosecutors and courts must have a high conviction rate to fill their local status quo so the don't really care if the accused is innocent as long as they get their conviction. I don't think that most people put devious tactics past law enforcement in this country anymore. Add that to the fact of local election fraud to the point of where you can't even vote the bums out if you try and it's just a recipe for a train wreck. You can't change the mafia by voting for the lesser of 2 more mafia members. They keep everyone else out.
NYNN

United States

#18 Jan 1, 2014
Nathan is a dope snitch!
fyi

United States

#19 Jan 3, 2014
So who is this meth head who had fire arm charges and "snitched"? How are you sure of this and what their name? If you're going to talk about somrone don't be a coward and not say names. Inquiring minds need to know.
fyi

United States

#20 Jan 3, 2014
TH Resident wrote:
I never understood all of the "snitch" threads until I recently began to understand more about a snitch.
IMO, snitches are dangerous and not for a reason most would immediately assume. I know a snitch who had serious charges - about 10 felonies. The majority of those charges were dropped and he served absolutely no time for the other charges.
I also don't think he was a good snitch. I believe he was so desperate in turning someone else in that he gave false information, or gave information he assumed was accurate.
This guy ends up with absolutely no punishment on serious felonies and gave inaccurate info to the cops on someone else. As a taxpayer he's costing me more money than he would have being an inmate.
Snitches are dangerous and not because of who they may or may not tell on. They're dangerous because they become felons without prosecution.


First off, I highly doubt you are a tax payer if you have any knowledge of this information. Sounds to me you or someone you know got "snitched" on and you are trying to make some type of point. The government check that you recieve because you'retoo lazy to actually work doesn't give you the right to make your own accusations against someone.
fyi

United States

#21 Jan 3, 2014
Aww. Did your homie get busted..is that what happened? Maybe you don't know what you think you know. Idiots with phones or computers are dangerous as well. They can voice their ignorant opinions for the world to see. Whoever you know that got busted must've been doing something they shouldn't have or they wouldn't have been implicated in anything. A "snitch" can give up information but however, the police still need evidence to use that said "information".
fyi

United States

#22 Jan 3, 2014
And for the record, the prosecutor is not going to let a gun charge go on a felon if they have evidence that that said felon really possessed a firearm. Not to mention, criminal informants are used mainly for big stings. Not petty crimes. And how are you so positive this person "snitched" on the other. Is there psperwork from the courts to prove this or are you being a typical terre haute resident and just assuming your own facts?

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