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Re: Moron Deer hunters and Keystone Cops!!!!!


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Posted by wisbaker on November 11, 2012 at 16:28:57 from (207.118.181.192):

In Reply to: Moron Deer hunters and Keystone Cops!!!!! posted by JD Seller on November 11, 2012 at 13:10:52:

That was funny!! It might not be the end of your Sheriff, sometimes in the smaller counties the people have a little more sense and if a guy gets clocked but deserved it the sheriff will prevail, the deputy's union will raise a fuss and try to defend Barney Fife's actions but it's obvious the Sheriff was the on scene incident commander and Deputy Fife was having problems understanding that. If the rest of the Deputy corps has much sense they won't want a lot of publicity about this event, it obviously wasn't one of their prouder moments and they do understand they need public support, if nothing else to get raises and more Deputies. Was your truck damaged when Deputy Fife pushed it out of the way with his squad? Seems your insurance company will probably come after the county for that one. Your insurance company may also tell the DNR that the event causing all the damage was from trespassers and if I'm understanding you, they entered from DNR land, they might very well tell the DNR to find the trespassers and collect from them, and oh yes while you're at it here is s bill for the fence and truck or tell them to take it out of the deer tag fees they collect. Insurance companies like denying claims almost as much as collecting premiums. I have USAA and they're pretty good at explaining to folks that you can sue us but you're probably going to loose and then we'll recover damages, court costs, legal costs and administration fees, kind of a pay me now OR pay me a lot more later situation.


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