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Old 10-01-2012, 06:33 AM   #41
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Wow, are you admitting to or condoning planting evidence? No wonder myself and many others don't trust cops anymore.
No, no, no, a little something like a an old sap or some bb's in a toddlers sock.

Just enough to put the smart in smartasses.

Never risk getting caught carrying evidence...

Trust ...

Good luck with that one. I don't trust my mother!!
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No, no, no, a little something like a an old sap or some bb's in a toddlers sock.

Just enough to put the smart in smartasses.

Never risk getting caught carrying evidence...

Trust ...

Good luck with that one. I don't trust my mother!!
What you suggest is downright chilling. It is still illegal to do what you are suggesting you did. If a Peace Officer contrives even the tiniest reason to search a person or their property it is a violation of their basic rights. The biggest smart ass on the planet is probably doing so because he is as innocent as a lamb in most cases. Even if he is not it doesn't give a LEO any right to "put the smart in a smartass". That is not your frigging job, *******!

No wonder law abiding citizens like me don't trust cops.
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@mudpupp,

IF I am understanding you correctly here, you are saying that willfully planted evidense at one point in time and would do so again if the individual was being a smartass?

I am one to give a person the benefit of the doubt when possible, if this is a misunderstanding on mine or the other readers part, please clarify. Otherwise, tell the readers what state, county, or city that you patrol, so that us honest law abiding citizens can stay away from it if possible.


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No, no, no, a little something like a an old sap or some bb's in a toddlers sock.

Just enough to put the smart in smartasses.

Never risk getting caught carrying evidence...

Trust ...

Good luck with that one. I don't trust my mother!!
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No, no, no, a little something like a an old sap or some bb's in a toddlers sock.

Just enough to put the smart in smartasses.

Never risk getting caught carrying evidence...

Trust ...

Good luck with that one. I don't trust my mother!!
Mudpupp...

Your posts on this read as past tense so I'm going to assume your a "former" cop?

If so, congratulations on getting out alive before you effed up with the WRONG citizen.

I understand most criminals are:

A. Not to bright and...
B. Generally Pussies with a lot of false bravado

I also understand that there are many honest citizens like myself who know our rights and did not serve our country so we could come home and be talked down to by anyone...even cops.

Those with your attitude should NOT be in ANY position of authority and gives a good indication of why your a "former" LEO.

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In Texas you are required to show proof that you actually own a gun
I've travelled extensively in Texas and never been required to show such proof. I did ask at the welcome center upon entering the State concerning my Tennessee carry permit, but that's as far as it went. No proof of ownership nor even show my permit.

Bob Wright

P.S. Prior to travelling, obtain travel information from AAA as to permit requirements. Double check when entering the state at welcome centers. These will get you in touch with the governing body.

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It was a joke guys... As in "every Texan is supposed to have a gun"
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I think mudpupp's just trolling.

He could not have possibly have truly inferred that, on a regular

basis, LEOs are not only willing, but physically prepared,

to violate the rights of any citizen they deem fit.

If he did, this is an awful, but eye-opening, indictment of our LE

procedures paradigm, in general.

In an age where trust and respect of authority is

suffering the general public's jaundiced eye,

and negatively experienced awareness, this could have severe ramifications.

WHERE did you say you were a LEO, mudpupp?

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Drug enforcement task force? Doesn't that violate unreasonable search and seizure?
You've never seen the flashing sign on 49 north coming back from Gulfport? I think they only set it up on weekends or holidays, but i'm not sure. It announces a "K-9 drug search checkpoint ahead" (or something along those lines), and there are some deputies waiting, waiting at the end of the upcoming exit ramp, not down the highway as advertised. Just ignore it and keep driving on 49.

similar to this setup:
http://www.ca8.uscourts.gov/opndir/01/12/003495P.pdf

"ruse" checkpoint: http://www.riverfronttimes.com/2004-06-16/news/road-rules/ Don't be a sucker, just keep on keepin on.

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Default task force highway stops

the previously mention stop involving a cousin, 3/4 ton extended cab, camper shell, and two Dalmations; seizures included prescription drugs carried without a Doctor's prescrition.
20 some years ago.
Just think of Grandma and Grandpa, with medications not in the original prescribed containers. Like the daily carry pacts.
Now part of a seizure by the "task farce".

Along with a few grams of illegal substances from others.
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We always carried a little something with us that would act as probable cause when we encountered someone like you.

Then you were a bad cop and a law breaker and no better than the "smartasses" you were pulling over. If I'd been your superior and had found out what you were doing you'd have been arrested and prosecuted. Convicted or not your badge-carrying days would've been over. Just the fact the you not only admit this on an open forum but seem to take a certain smug pride in it speaks volumes about what kind of individual you are. I've never been a LEO but I have been a professional and in any of the military units in which I served you'd have lasted about a day.
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