posted on Apr, 25 2018 @ 10:40 AM
a reply to: Shamrock6
"I'm a concerned citizen and friend of the mayor."
"Don't call me 'miss,' I am 'commissioner.'"
"I'm under no legal obligation to tell you what I will be doing."
"I was there for your graduation when you guys came in..."
"I'm just telling you who I am."
"I'm very disappointed in the way you two are acting."
"You may shut the f**k up..."
"You can't put a sentence together."
Bwahahaha...does that type of thing EVER work? I mean, maybe in Smalltown, Iowa, where the LEO's cousin is the mayor, but does that work in places
like this, or does it depend on the spine of the officer?
I would have given this officer a high five and an attaboy if I had been there. I absolutely despise this type of behavior from people like this.
You know, I have a business card that says "[insert alphabet agency here] Criminal Investigation," so does that mean that I am privy to the legal
issues concerning people other than myself? I should start stopping every time I see someone pulled over, flash that card, and continue to tell the
officers that I am entitled to know why that car was pulled over.
That's gonna work out swell for me, I'm sure.
God, I wish that she would have put her hands on them so that they could have arrested her--this was a moment where that would have been deserved.