Man Found Not Guilty Hopes To Get His Life Back

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Photo Special to the Sun/Donald Spurrell Steven P. Archer, left, stands on the steps of the Greene County Courthouse on Jan.

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Saw where Pat Hankins admitted he lied just to 'bluff' the guy. Had a runin with Hankins a few years back and I can tell you he is not professional police material!
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There's also always two sides to every story. This guy has a record!
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There's also always two sides to every story. This guy has a record!
and having a record makes someone automatically guilty? you must be either brain dead or one of greeneville/ greene counties finest. just because some one makes a mistake shouldnt make them suspect number one for the rest of their life! it would be a shame if any real detective work was ever done in this county!!!
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Dective Pat Hankins has devoted his life to the well being of the people of Greeneville, everyday he puts his life on the line to keep our families safe. The man should be lucky to get off because there was not enough evidence. Pat Hankins is and always will be a great man and top of the line police material!!!
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Jan 21, 2013
 
jimbo102 wrote:
Saw where Pat Hankins admitted he lied just to 'bluff' the guy. Had a runin with Hankins a few years back and I can tell you he is not professional police material!
If you had a run in with him that makes what you have to say pointless because your just a thug.

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If you had a run in with him that makes what you have to say pointless because your just a thug.
Not so.
He thought he was pulling over a teenager because of the sporty car being driven, safely. Shocked to find out it was a law abiding, stone cold sober 'older person' instead of an intoxicated teen. Long story not worth telling but presented himself very unprofessionally.
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Jan 27, 2013
 
Greeneville Tn....You are right. To have a run in with Mr Hankins , you are automatically a thug, no quetions asked you are a thug, since you know him you must be a thug too!!!
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Jan 27, 2013
 
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Dective Pat Hankins has devoted his life to the well being of the people of Greeneville, everyday he puts his life on the line to keep our families safe. The man should be lucky to get off because there was not enough evidence. Pat Hankins is and always will be a great man and top of the line police material!!!
He is a good man, but even good men make mistakes.
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Greeneville Tn....You are right. To have a run in with Mr Hankins , you are automatically a thug, no quetions asked you are a thug, since you know him you must be a thug too!!!
Not a thug,I know him outside his job and I know the hard work he puts into his job and the devotion he gives the people of greeneville. I also so a fathor who riskes his life to protect others and mostly I see my daddy, who I could never be more proud of !!!I'm no thug, just someone who can see the difference between what wrong and whats right!
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Mar 29, 2013
 
I believe I once read "he who has NOT sinned cast the first stone!" I can see where he was a. Suspect but that does not make him guilty and I also agree with the fact that just because you made a bad choice in life doesn't make you forever bad. As far as the police are concerned, it's not against the law for detectives to lie or bluff during a interview. If it was they would never get anyone to confess. So with that being said it doesn't matter if he bluffed him or not. That does not determine if he is a good officer!

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