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The very fact that the driver will have explained that she was on the way to the hospital fills me with rage. They should have cleared the roads for her; got her there fast.
originally posted by: charles1952
a reply to: SkepticOverlord
What people are refusing to accept or acknowledge is that I have always agreed they didn't have to. Everybody square with that? Got it?
What is not, apparently, being accepted or acknowledged is the point that even though they didn't have to (clear now?), they were acting within the law when they did it.
Have we come to an understanding?
Would somebody say "Yes, we agree. Bad judgment but not illegal?"
I honestly don't believe I'm trolling. I'm attempting to bring serious, legal, information to a discussion whose members seem anxious to put the officers in jail or kill them, apparently thinking they've done something illegal. Isn't that fulfilling the motto of ATS?