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Old 03-27-2014, 07:10 PM   #1
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Thumbs up He took the fifth and won on appeal.

http://news.yahoo.com/man-successfully-argues-fifth-deer-killing-case-100210808.html

Deer? What deer? Whatchootalkinboutofficer?
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Old 03-27-2014, 07:24 PM   #2
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He "stood his ground" in the legal sense and won. Good for him. I hope he had a nice big fat venison burger upon acquittal.
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Good to see the little man prevail.
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I think he was baiting that game warden, his intentions were bad, therefore his constitutional rights shouldn't have been exercised. He's making all deer hunters look bad.
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I think he was baiting that game warden, his intentions were bad, therefore his constitutional rights shouldn't have been exercised. He's making all deer hunters look bad.
Baiting or not he dose have the right to shut up when ever he wants. He should have just started by shutting up rather then ending by shutting up. No matter how guilty someone is they ALWAYS have the right to shut the heck up. Those rights are in the Bill of Rights for a reason and if someone undertakes the freezing of one right there is nothing to stop them from taking all of them.

I am also of the opinion that it is always open season on whatever critter stupidly chooses to come on to my property. If Bambi is on my land, in season or no, if I want to eat him I will blow his head off and the government shouldn't have a word to say about it. The only time the government should get involved is if I hurt another citizen by force or fraud, other then that they need to wander off into the woods and get lost.
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Baiting or not he dose have the right to shut up when ever he wants. He should have just started by shutting up rather then ending by shutting up. No matter how guilty someone is they ALWAYS have the right to shut the heck up. Those rights are in the Bill of Rights for a reason and if someone undertakes the freezing of one right there is nothing to stop them from taking all of them.

I am also of the opinion that it is always open season on whatever critter stupidly chooses to come on to my property. If Bambi is on my land, in season or no, if I want to eat him I will blow his head off and the government shouldn't have a word to say about it. The only time the government should get involved is if I hurt another citizen by force or fraud, other then that they need to wander off into the woods and get lost.
Green text means sarcasm. There are a few here who would actually say that about certain topics.

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Green text means sarcasm. There are a few here who would actually say that about certain topics.
Lol, okay. Missed that one. Though I was serious about eating Bambi if he wandered onto my property.
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As I understand it if you have a hunting license in CA you have abrogated many of your rights, including your 4th Amendment rights.
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A state can not take away your constitutional rights. Hunting license or not.
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As I understand it if you have a hunting license in CA you have abrogated many of your rights, including your 4th Amendment rights.
Lol, I don't see green text so I will assume (you know what they say about assum?) that you are serious.

My understanding of Original Intent about this subject is that a state statue can not override the Constitution as a requirement for issuance. Since then the Black Robe Gangsters have "Interpenetrated" the ever living snot out of the Constitution to get away with all manner of thuggery.

So now we have things like parolees having to sign wavers that give up their 4th and 5th Amendment Rights as condition of release. While I applaud the idea of being tough on criminals, it is not a good idea to treat a person who has a hunting licenses in the same manner you would a paroled rapist. I am not sure that the excuse that the game warden was just doing his job flies Constitutionally and if the guy showed up on my property here in AZ I would politely tell him to "Go get stuffed, and BTW, you're trespassing."

Hmm, I think I got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.. I might be the teensiest bit grumpy.
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