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The door was alive, too, until someone cut it down and sawed it up into a door.

RIP Tree #11456. We will miss you.
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post #2733 of 6082
Fuck it, that tree had it coming. You can't disrespect the logger's authority like that and expect to get away with it.
post #2734 of 6082
You can do better than that -- how 'bout "it made a sudden move"?
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The Tucson police department is publicizing hundreds of names and phone numbers that appeared in some cellphones confiscated from several massage parlors around the city. Of course, there could be any number of reasons someone’s number might appear in the phone of a woman working for a massage business that has been accused of prostitution. She might have her handyman or dentist in her phone. Perhaps her friends are in there. Wrong numbers, too. There may even be a city councilman in there, for completely innocuous reasons.

So far, no one whose information was found in the phones has been charged with a crime. That’s why at least some local media are refusing to publish the names.

Bizarrely, Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor confirmed as much when he told the Arizona Daily Star, “The inclusion of information in this list is in no way indicative of involvement in criminal activity.”

The names of any officers found to be involved won’t be released until after the investigation and the appeal process are completed, said Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor.

So, before releasing the names of hundreds of people who appeared in the phones, the city police checked the names against the city’s roster of police officers. They then redacted those names, and released all the others. The police officers’ information won’t be released until they’ve had a chance to clear their names through an internal investigation. As for everyone else, well, good luck explaining to your spouse, your kids, your boss and anyone else who might want to know why your name or number appeared in an accused prostitute’s cellphone.


Membership has its privileges.
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

Membership has its privileges.

Bet you the cops info will never be released. They hope you will forget it about it.
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Can a cop arrest you for trespassing at a store if the property owner has made no such accusation?
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Can a cop arrest you for trespassing at a store if the property owner has made no such accusation?

Only if the civilian is black. It's right in the rule book. In addition, if the civilian protests, resisting and obstruction are additional offenses. If the civilian also uses profanity, tazing is warranted. This all assumes there are cameras.
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http://www.infowars.com/charges-dismissed-against-man-arrested-for-drinking-iced-tea/

TLDR; The charges (criminal trespass and resisting arrest) were dismissed by the judge.. It did take over 2 years though. The guy is a former Army Staff Sergeant with no criminal record. Of course the fascist thug of a Assistant DA disagreed with the judge's ruling.
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http://www.infowars.com/charges-dismissed-against-man-arrested-for-drinking-iced-tea/

TLDR; The charges (criminal trespass and resisting arrest) were dismissed by the judge.. It did take over 2 years though. The guy is a former Army Staff Sergeant with no criminal record. Of course the fascist thug of a Assistant DA disagreed with the judge's ruling.

So the DA thinks there's anti-police sentiment right now so this bogus arrest should stand? That there is some brain power on display.
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Can a cop arrest you for trespassing at a store if the property owner has made no such accusation?

Under California law at least, only if the copy has asked you to leave by the owner's request.
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Under California law at least, only if the copy has asked you to leave by the owner's request.

Incomplete answer. No, the cop cannot arrest you for trespassing unless requested to do so by the owner, but failing to comply with the unlawful order will get you arrested.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Incomplete answer. No, the cop cannot arrest you for trespassing unless requested to do so by the owner, but failing to comply with the unlawful order will get you arrested.

Oh, you guys were looking for a real world answer? Ata already covered that. Aside from telling you to shoot your wife, anything a copy says, goes. Easy peasy.
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Next, cops will drive through the ghettos ordering the folks to vote for the GOP.

If they do not comply, they will be arrested.
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