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Old 06-02-2012, 06:59 PM   #11
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I'll add Costco to my list of buisness's i wont be shopping at


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Badge or no badge. In God's eyes it is murder. And in time will have to answer unto a higher authority.


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Badge or no badge. In God's eyes it is murder. And in time will have to answer unto a higher authority.
So you can bring a religious point of view into this? Why not, your right. If a Leo or anyone else thinks they are above the law they aren't considering the real consequences.
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If the shooting wasn't bad enough they broke into his home and took his guns then tried to say he was carrying more than one that day. Sounds like allot of covering up to me. Vilianize the dead man to make it look justified. What a travisty.
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So you can bring a religious point of view into this? Why not, your right. If a Leo or anyone else thinks they are above the law they aren't considering the real consequences.
One of these badge toting Rambo wannabe's crosses the line with my Family, he won't be waiting for Gods judgement. A badge allows for absolutely ZERO protection in my eyes. The courts will be given thier chance to deal with it and I hope they do because my punishment WILL be proportionate to the crime.

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Many years ago during a recess in court I had an old judge tell me " Son, Justice has absolutely NOTHING to do with the Law."
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I think the thing which has kept me out of jail,

all these years, is I went to court when I was young,

to help deal with a minor matter in which I wasn't

directly involved.

All my illusions of the Justice System which had been

carefully propped up around me in my youth came

crashing down around my ears that day, as I watched

the court make a mockery of truth, justice, and

"the law". I vowed never to become caught up in the

crushing grinder of our merciless justice system at that point...


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