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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by frizz, Oct 7, 2012.
That cop was very professional.
Again I reiterate, you do that in my neck of the woods and you WILL be proned out and arrested.
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I have been retired for a while
but what happened to the misdemeanor(up to a year in jail)
of failure to identify>
Different states different laws.
In Texas I don't have to provide ID unless I'm operating a motor vehicle or the officer believes I'm lying about my identity during a street contact. All I have to give them in that case is my name.
We need more officers like this guy. I thought he was being totally cool. What is the big deal about whipping out ID, letting the officer do his job and then be on your way? I just don't get it.
No if it was a handgun, maybe, maybe I could see being minorly put off. But why squeeze the officer's shoes about doing his job?
No such statute in Oregon. In a vehicle, someone can be charged with a misdemeanor, but DA's have said they will not accept it on it's own, it must be in combination with another charge.
I didn't watch the whole thing to know he had an unloaded gun. I was talking about how easy it would be to rob him and make him run away crying, if he was carrying a loaded rifle with a round chambered.
By the way, getting abck to the original post theme:
That cop may have acted professional but he looked like crap, from what I must guess is a department run by hippes. Are there really places where officers in cars wear shorts, no socks, and then throw a tactical vest over the top in case they don't already look like low-rent mall security?
I can only hope he was a bicycle cop temporarily in the car.
I remember seeing that kind of thing in places. Our recreation staff have that option.
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Frizz comes on and starts these threads to stir the pot. Then after getting the reactions he wants, he posts something about how he respects what we do, and how dangerous our jobs are.
And if this officer is unprofessional, then I'd hate to see the alternative.
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Wow misleading title lol..should be attention seeking morons and some good cops lol.
Three morons escort an AR rifle looking for attention and get it. The end.
He may be trying to TBO the title.....
If he was, then he sucks at it. His comment in his first post belies that theory anyway.
As it is, it's been over 12 hours since his original post and he has yet to come back to answer any of the questions put to him.
To keep things in perspective, he has not logged in again since that post.
I'm not sure what the OP was going with this. Your thread title does NOT make any sense. This guy is an idiot for OC'ing his AR for the sole purpose of negative interaction with LEO's. He must have been very disappointed to meet a professional officer that day. I dislike these videotaping clowns who get off trying to get 5 minutes of attention by posting a video on YouTube.
Another lose, lose thread here. I'm not a big OC fan, but you can't say that here without getting slammed by the anti-leo's and called a a traitor.
ND on this one
Until he logs back in I'm going to believe he was being waggish.
Yeah, don't respond to people who trash talk you professionally. I did. It got me banned from GTRI.
Or maybe he works for a department that cares more about law enforcement than spit shined shoes and leather gear with a mirrored gloss?