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Re: DOT safety or money (very long post)

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Brad Buchanan

10-03-2012 12:48:22

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Kinda hard to say there is no money being made when you go to pay a $25.00 ticket and there is a $165.00 'mandatory surcharge' and "we don't take credit or debit cards or checks but we have an atm right by the payment window".

" I got out from under the truck in .038759 nanoseconds and grabbed him by the face and drug him out of the truck"

Respectfully I worked in law enforcement for 27 years and when I hear a statement like that I have to think that the rest of the story is the four good men backing you up.

Grabbing a stranger 'by the face' one on one is an excellent strategy if you intend to get your dentures scattered all over the rest area.


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10-08-2012 05:07:09

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 Re: DOT safety or money (very long post) in reply to Brad Buchanan, 10-03-2012 12:48:22  
i wonder if its the young cops, or their training they receive today they seem to have a 'us against them; attitude, seems it used to be different, i had a friend or 2 back in the day who were cops, both did not think like that one thing a cop must have is respect, or he will never be able to do his job, now one of my friends was not your average cop this guy was huge, not fat, but big and built like a bull moose, i have seen him stop a fist fight one time simply by walking in the bar, he didnt even say anything yet and the 2 gents going at it stopped, they knew what was going to happen if they didnt , he hauled both to the clink with nobody else helping, today it seems to take 4 to 6 of them to do the same job

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10-03-2012 17:22:47

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 Re: DOT safety or money (very long post) in reply to Brad Buchanan, 10-03-2012 12:48:22  
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And with equal lack of respect, I did 23 years as a NYS Trooper. If you needed 4 other people to remove one idiot from a vehicle that's your problem. Any real cop should have the respect not to allege someone he's never laid eyes on is a liar. Beyond that, are you attempting to assert that the fine money covers the cost of the court system, the police involved, the administration behind those people, the training, the vehicles, the other unseen expenses on up the ladder? Really? Sure you don't want to re-think that?

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