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3rd, yes 3rd, amendment case.....

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by .264 magnum, Jul 8, 2013.

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  1. gjk5

    gjk5 Pinche Gringo


    bullcrap.
     
  2. TBO

    TBO Why so serious? CLM

    Keelhauling

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  3. Jose the carwash man

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    Depends on how much they are lying. I am not sure about this particular court but I wanna say the loser pays the winners legal fees in federal civil cases.

    I posted a video from a 4th of July DUI checkpoint and it wouldn't shock me in the least to see those cops do something like mentioned in this case. They are audio recorded off camera berating the subject about how his "rights" don't mean spit to them.
     
  4. CAcop

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    Good question. I know the answer and it points to why this may be BS.

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  5. boomhower

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    How do you figure? Maybe not everywhere but that's certainly the case in my little piece of paradise.
     
  6. Why not a Fourth Amendment rather than Third? Seems definitely like unreasonable seizure.
     
  7. hogfish

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    Make sure the two of you don't hurry up and enlighten us. :dunno:
     
  8. Jose the carwash man

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    Let's pretend for a second that it happened just the way the homeowner said it did. What would you do if those were officers under you?
     
  9. So if the cops did in fact commit this crime as alleged, they're going to get sued. Fired and perhaps prison. But if the plaintiff made this up in the first place, at most they're liable for is court costs?

    Who's going to parse the degree of lying?

    Double standards?
     
  10. CACop is playing a cruel joke on you. He's forcing you to t-h-i-n-k on your own. :supergrin:
     
  11. Let's pretend it comes out the homeowner made this up completely or to a high degree. What should these officers do to the homeowner as payback?
     
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  12. I "believe" the party backing the Henderson plaintiff has a running agenda about suing LE under the 3A.
     
  13. Jose the carwash man

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    Absolutely there is a double standard, the police are involved with enforcing the law, this is why CDL truckers can't get tickets removed from their record. I'd like to see the law where cops get double the punishment for breaking crimes.
     
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  14. Jose the carwash man

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    Way to dodge the question. I'm pretty sure since this is civil, the worst that could happen would be them paying the court costs. On the other hand if what they say is true, the police have committed multiple felonies that land all of us civilians in prison.
     
  15. 2bgop

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    You're new here, cry of double standard is frequent.
     
  16. Police departments accept money from the DHS. Not a stretch to say they are a Federal Police Force, or domestic standing army.

    Stay out of my house. Thank you very much.
     
  17. hogfish

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    If that's the case, I'm out. :rofl:
     
  18. Now you're dodging.

    What retribution is appropriate against the homeowner if he made this up or highly exaggerated this incident?
     
  19. Militarization of the police. Surplussed military equipment. More and more LEOs have military background. Rank structure. LE wear uniforms, including combat styled boots. Use of military terminology. DHS getting delivery of 2.7 billion rounds of small arms ammo since January 1 of this year. Expanded/common use of blue coloured roof lights on police cars indicating merger of UN practices (traditionally, U.S. LE/first reponders only used red and white lights).

    Probably many more indicia that I missed.
     
  20. He's new here. Let him know that the application of double standard is even more frequent. :whistling:
     
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