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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Foxtrotx1, Nov 22, 2011.
That was funny. Good acting on her part.
Break my tail light plz.
Bahahahahaha! Love it!
This. For the win.
But she wasn't wearing her hat! How can this be legal!
'Twas funny, though.
She can go hands on and handcuff me any day of the week.
Charge her with the federal crime of Title 18 USC 111 for beginnings and ...
Are you sure that's the right offense? According to Westlaw, and Cornell University, 18 USC 111 is concerned with the destruction or damaging of ships.
Go to the federal source, look in search the US Code, type in title 18, section 111, click on the second one, not the first.
Under previous web site mentioned:
Go into this one and you will see sect. 111 mentioned.
WTF? I'd hit it is more appropriate for this thread than what law to charge her with.
Unless you are trying to find a charge to find a reason to "punish" her.
I might have a weapon hidden that needs to be frisked.
Not the "hat of knowledge".
When wearing "the hat", I was only allowed to make brilliant and insightful utterances.
Hence the , and to clarify .
Thanks for the link.
hahaha Priceless! people arguing the law makes it that much better IMO