New Jersey again

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by boogerhook, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. boogerhook

    boogerhook
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  2. ZA_Survivalist

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    .. But but.. They say there are good leos that would stand up to this.. Right?

    HA, everyone can be bought. Leos are no exeption.. This is disgusting. I hope this man sues the HELL out of NJ PD!
     
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  3. B5Ben

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    That should get thrown out within seconds of being in front of a judge.
     
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  4. Riot

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    NRA takes an obviously easy win...exploits the crap out of it...will throw this in your face about how proactive they are in defending your rights...

    :rolleyes:
     
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  5. boogerhook

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    It sounds it was the Sheriff himself who made the arrest decision.
     
  6. boogerhook

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    I agree, it is somewhat a present from gun control. Good example that government tyranny does exist, even here.
     
  7. nehalemguy

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    Lesson number 1: Don't ever consent to a search.

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  8. decklin

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    I'll never understand why some people feel the need to "cooperate".
    Don't make waves. Just go with it. He's just doing his job.
    Foolish.
     
  9. nehalemguy

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    That answer is simple.

    In general, most folks are raised up as children to be nice, cooperative, helpful, and respectful. These are, after all, generally good qualities to have in society.

    So when an officer asks a question or asks to perform a search, good people will let their good nature dictate their response.

    They say "yes" because it's not in their nature to be uncooperative, even when doing so might be in their best interest.

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  11. mjbskwim

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    Lesson #2 is don't live in NJ if you want to have any guns.
     
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  12. PrDubi

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    this is the same state that charged my dad for drunk driving when he was sleeping at a rest stop and in the back seat of his 62 Cadillac with the engine off and no keys in ignition. But that gestapo looking trooper said the keys was in the ignition and the engine was on.. which wasn't true. This was 1973 and my dad has never set foot in that state ever again.
     
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  13. Stomper

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    All I remember about NJ was the potholes on the highway going to Ft. Dix from the airport while coming back from Germany... sheesh. :rolleyes:
     

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