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post #6016 of 6234
In other words, the first judge was a douche.
post #6017 of 6234
"Officers there were accompanied by mine-resistant vehicles, dressed in heavy body armor, carried assault rifles and grenade launchers for tear gas — which drew criticism from many detractors for escalating the situation."

Wtf is going on in Minnesota that you need that
post #6018 of 6234
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

"Officers there were accompanied by mine-resistant vehicles, dressed in heavy body armor, carried assault rifles and grenade launchers for tear gas — which drew criticism from many detractors for escalating the situation."

Wtf is going on in Minnesota that you need that

Big North African immigrant community, I hear.
post #6019 of 6234
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

"Officers there were accompanied by mine-resistant vehicles, dressed in heavy body armor, carried assault rifles and grenade launchers for tear gas — which drew criticism from many detractors for escalating the situation."

Wtf is going on in Minnesota that you need that

Hotdish. Fucking deadly.
post #6020 of 6234
That's Minnesota Nice for you.
post #6021 of 6234
Serious Q- if they break down your door, windows, etc- do they have to pay to fix it?
post #6022 of 6234
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Serious Q- if they break down your door, windows, etc- do they have to pay to fix it?

Looks like no.
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Now he’s fighting Hennepin County in court to reimburse him for the broken windows and doors. The former Army combat veteran is also trying to get his gun back.
post #6023 of 6234
I think the answer is basically "no" as a general rule, although there will be limited exceptions. It's also possible that different localities may have processes in place for submitting such a claim, but I have to imagine that in the vast majority of cases the answer at best is "Usually not."
post #6024 of 6234
Why not? Especially if you're innocent- shouldn't you be reimbursed for the destruction of property?
post #6025 of 6234
You're implying that the police should be held accountable for their actions. This thread shows how laughable that idea is.
post #6026 of 6234
If you're going to make an omelet you're going to have to break some eggs.
post #6027 of 6234
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If you're going to make an omelet you're going to have to break some eggs.

A few concussion grenades will probably do the trick.




post #6028 of 6234
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

If you're going to make an omelet you're going to have to break some eggs.

I've heard this one as "If you're going to make an omelet what about black on black violence in Chicago?".
post #6029 of 6234

you gotta love these akward interview that go off the rails, lil wayne asked about blm snork[1].gif
interesting part starts at 4;30
post #6030 of 6234
Lil' Wayne looks like aliens put together a simulacrum human from spare parts. That shit is freaky.
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