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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    I hope you didn't misunderstand my statement. (none / 0) (#6)
    by KG One on Sat Sep 25, 2010 at 08:50:13 PM EST
    Cops don't like being talked back to or when people start to make a big scene. That's when they invoke this.

    And if they even think that you are in any way going to physically attack them...watch out!

    Contrary to the public spin most departments like to put about acting "professional" in those situations, people have a tendency to get their backsides handed to them en route to the station for processing.

    Someone handing out brochures, or recoding people handing out brochures, at a public event shouldn't wind up with a black eye or lose any teeth for their troubles.

    You're 100% right. If this was a legitimate situation, the cop could've easily answered her question and went on about his business.

    But, based upon what I've read on this matter and the video I've seen, they have p.o.'d the wrong person/people in Dearborn, and are going to be made an example of.

    I'm still curious, since the ACLU feels that our laws are the model for the nation, will they be taking an active role in this case (like filing charges against the Dearborn PD, along with the City of Dearborn)?

    Or will they just sit on the sidelines and observe the outcome?


    • aclu by Tom McMillin, 09/25/2010 11:50:37 PM EST (none / 0)

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