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Fed up

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Feb 26, 2014
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Granny

United States

#2 Feb 26, 2014
I hope the guy in the car, wasn't a terrorist!

Since: Oct 12

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Feb 26, 2014
Granny wrote:
I hope the guy in the car, wasn't a terrorist!
And what possible reason would you have to suspect that?
Granny

United States

#4 Feb 26, 2014
McVey didn't look like one either.
But really, at what point do the cops pull his ass out of that car, and slam him on the ground?
I guess I just never had cause to not answer simple questions an officer might ask me, did you see any cause for the guy to be so shitty?
my morning coffee FYI

Terre Haute, IN

#5 Feb 26, 2014
Granny wrote:
McVey didn't look like one either.
But really, at what point do the cops pull his ass out of that car, and slam him on the ground?
I guess I just never had cause to not answer simple questions an officer might ask me, did you see any cause for the guy to be so shitty?
He had a bad day maybe?
my morning coffee FYI

Terre Haute, IN

#6 Feb 26, 2014
my morning coffee FYI wrote:
<quoted text>He had a bad day maybe?
No, being silly. Actually, I think he was being defensive as a means of self protection. What was your read on that Granny?
Granny

United States

#7 Feb 27, 2014
I guess that could be it, I just still believe being courteous, until you have cause not to be, but then again, I have not had a bad experience with police,, he may have.
hummm

Terre Haute, IN

#8 Feb 27, 2014
A germaphobe might do the same thing. The offer could have been a little nicer when giving the ticket. The man didn't throw his papers at the officer. I wonder if the officer thought it was a racial issue.

Since: Oct 12

Charlestown, IN

#9 Feb 27, 2014
Granny wrote:
McVey didn't look like one either.
But really, at what point do the cops pull his ass out of that car, and slam him on the ground?
I guess I just never had cause to not answer simple questions an officer might ask me, did you see any cause for the guy to be so shitty?
He may have been shitty but here's a news flash... YOU DON'T HAVE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS POSED TO YOU BY THE POLICE. This is a right as clearly stated in the 5th Amendment and settled in the case of Miranda v Arizona. Simply exercising your rights cannot be used as justification for establishing reasonable suspkcion.
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Terre Haute, IN

#10 Feb 27, 2014
Pimpin in a Double Wide wrote:
<quoted text>
He may have been shitty but here's a news flash... YOU DON'T HAVE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS POSED TO YOU BY THE POLICE. This is a right as clearly stated in the 5th Amendment and settled in the case of Miranda v Arizona. Simply exercising your rights cannot be used as justification for establishing reasonable suspkcion.
Pimpin I love it when you change you IP location!

;~o
Granny

United States

#11 Feb 27, 2014
I bet the guy in the car was glad he didn't run I to a real shitty cop, a lot of them would have found a reason to pull him out, an burry a knee in his head, 5th or no.
Agreed

Fort Wayne, IN

#12 Feb 27, 2014
Granny wrote:
I bet the guy in the car was glad he didn't run I to a real shitty cop, a lot of them would have found a reason to pull him out, an burry a knee in his head, 5th or no.
Yep! That's right. If the cops would have made up a story then they other cops on the force would have just lied for him anyway, like they do in Terre Haute. I think it's pretty clear that the police are the REAL terrorists here.

Since: Oct 12

Noblesville, IN

#13 Feb 27, 2014
Granny wrote:
I bet the guy in the car was glad he didn't run I to a real shitty cop, a lot of them would have found a reason to pull him out, an burry a knee in his head, 5th or no.
With the way video technology has progressed, especially with the ability to instantly stream it to somewhere online so cops can no longer destroy the evidence, that would he extremely stupid on the cops end since he and his department would get hit with a civil rights violation lawsuit.
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Terre Haute, IN

#14 Feb 27, 2014
Pimpin in a Double Wide wrote:
<quoted text>He may have been shitty but here's a news flash... YOU DON'T HAVE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS POSED TO YOU BY THE POLICE. This is a right as clearly stated in the 5th Amendment and settled in the case of Miranda v Arizona. Simply exercising your rights cannot be used as justification for establishing reasonable suspkcion.
That's useful to know
my morning coffee

Terre Haute, IN

#15 Feb 27, 2014
Granny wrote:
I bet the guy in the car was glad he didn't run I to a real shitty cop, a lot of them would have found a reason to pull him out, an burry a knee in his head, 5th or no.
On reality shows, no matter what, after the officer has cuffed the offender and escorted him to the squad car, he tenderly places a hand on his head as he ducks into the car. Lol, Ever notice that? I will need to think about that video awhile to decide how I feel about it. Especially since I'm unsure about exactly what was going on. I've never had a negative encounter with the PD and seen them be unfailingly polite with intoxicated people in custody acting like real jerks. Many times I've been glad to have them around. We've set up our society so that we have people we pay to maintain the law and keep order. Not sure why I'd want to make their job hard but as I said- never had a bad experience so........
my morning coffee

Terre Haute, IN

#16 Feb 27, 2014
my morning coffee wrote:
<quoted text>On reality shows, no matter what, after the officer has cuffed the offender and escorted him to the squad car, he tenderly places a hand on his head as he ducks into the car. Lol, Ever notice that? I will need to think about that video awhile to decide how I feel about it. Especially since I'm unsure about exactly what was going on. I've never had a negative encounter with the PD and seen them be unfailingly polite with intoxicated people in custody acting like real jerks. Many times I've been glad to have them around. We've set up our society so that we have people we pay to maintain the law and keep order. Not sure why I'd want to make their job hard but as I said- never had a bad experience so........
I did get a little roughed up at an Elvis concert in Cincinnati 1972. Don't think that counts for anything though- they were rent-a-cops.

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