posted on Aug, 8 2007 @ 01:05 PM
Originally posted by Badge01
As you say, it kinda teaches one something about one's observational skills under pressure, eh?
Amazing how hard it is to remember a license plate, only three letters and three numbers, while one's only other occupation at the time is riding a
Are you being snarky? Sorry, can't tell.
This is why usually one witness isn't enough for a case, because of the holes. I would be too be also watching their meneuvers to notice the tag
until too late. I sympathize because this is something I would do.
That is why law enforcement know if people have the exact same story, it is collaborated. Becasue people notice differnt things. You may have written
down the tags. I would have been trying to figure out their meneuvers. My hsuband would of told you what rims/tires they had.
Anywhoo, I think this guy did pretty well considering and wouldn't mind him witnessing a crime against me.
I would say it is an exercise. Police do this sort of thing all the time. I used to work for the state park service, cutting grass or something, and I
would see a guy suddenly get mauled by a german sheppard. I tried to think what I should do to help him, which was usually stand there and gawk, when
all of a sudden a uniformed officer came on the scene and retrieved the dog. I guess they needed real world training. Or all of a sudden some infantry
military folks came storming out of the woods. again, real woods training.
Add me to the list of people who haven't seen HS cars before. Must mean they don't have many.
[edit on 8-8-2007 by nixie_nox]