B.S. In Bend

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  1. jim97701

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  2. Trothkin

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    I thought OR didn't recognize concealed carry from other states? Or is this one of those LE exemption things that makes them better than us?
     
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  3. DieselScout

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    LEO exemption passed with a bunch of post 9/11 Homeland Security stuff.
     
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  4. The Heretic

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    Sounds like the Bend PD is protecting "one of their own" even if he is from out of state. Sweep it under the rug. :rolleyes:

    How can we respect LEOs when stuff like this happens and they don't police their own? One set of rules for the "civilians" and another for the LEOs? :mad:

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

    I used to be a federal LEO and what this cop did is wrong in a number of ways even if there are "conflicting statements". He should not keep his job, he is a ticking time bomb IMO.
     
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    The double standard rears it's ugly head again.
    Cops shouldn't have a separate set of rules. As I peruse the various gun forums I've read many threads about cops pulling their guns on open carriers, other LAC's, suspected criminals that ultimately were innocent.
    If any of us pulled a gun like they do we'd all be arrested.
     
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  6. Blitzkrieg

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    Fixed it for ya o_O
     
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  7. Norm0931

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    Would have been legally interesting if a CC had shot Tribble for drawing on them. Technically, under Oregon law, Tribble should be charged with reckless endangerment for being intoxicated with a firearm.
     
  8. balaperdida

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    Is there a photo? Is there an abandoned quarry near Bend?
     
  9. decklin

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    Huh?
     
  10. Morpheus

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    I don't care if there is an extension of conceal carry to LEO. That isn't a huge issue to me. What is serious issue, is the drunk while carrying. I believe that is a straight up felony if convicted in Oregon.

    That is the part which is unacceptable to me. No one, and mean no one, should be given a pass for carrying a firearm while drunk. You get behind the wheel, you are done. You carry while drunk, you are done.

    Go to jail, do not pass go, do not collection $200 dollars.
     
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    § 163.195¹
    Recklessly endangering another person

    (1)A person commits the crime of recklessly endangering another person if the person recklessly engages in conduct which creates a substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person.

    (2)Recklessly endangering another person is a Class A misdemeanor. [1971 c.743 §96]
     
  12. Norm0931

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    I'm honestly curious if the cop would have been charged with murder if he shot someone. On the flip side what would have happened to the guy on the ground if he would have been carrying and shot the cop on top of him. IMO the CA cop has punched you, jumps on top of you, draws a handgun, that's practically a text book example of reasonable fear of death.
     
  13. Morpheus

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    Keep digging, Recklessly Endangerment should be start of this guys crimes. There is another crime, if I remember correctly, related directly to being intoxicated while carrying a firearm.
     
  14. SOrez

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    Retired or out of state LEOs should not have any more rights to carry than ordinary citizens.
     
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    Concealed carry, open carry, and all other gun laws should apply equally to LEOs and "civilians" - no exemptions.

    It doesn't matter that they are LEOs, the same laws should apply to them as they apply to us.

    You can bet then that there would be a lot more LEOs opposing gun control laws.
     
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    The one off China hat is. And your taking your life in your hands being out there. Used to be fun. Not so much anymore...
     
  17. The B

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    Negative. There's absolutely no prohibition against drinking and packing.

    And shouldn't be.
     
  18. Morpheus

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    Uh, I didn't say drinking, I said drunk. As in intoxicated to the point where you are impaired. If you have a beer or two over the course of a few hours, you aren't drunk (Well some people might be, but most won't).

    That is no different than getting behind the wheel of a car while drunk.
     
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    I've been hammered with a gun on my hip, and I've been hammered behind the wheel of a motorvehicle. Hammered behind the wheel of a vehicle is WAAAAAAAY more hazardous than hammered with a gun.

    And no- no prohibitions against being absolutely bubblegum-faced blitzed and packing. Nothing. Though if a cop is dealing with you because you're hammered, you can bet he's gonna relieve you of your sidearm.
     
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  20. Norm0931

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    Any LEO should not have more rights than ordinary citizens, retired, out of state, or current employed. Being an LEO does not make you special or above the law.
     

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