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Originally posted by Mozzy
reply to post by eNumbra
what do you mean how? isn't it obvious. if the reporter goes around asking questions and maybe leading here or there trying to create a juicy story then the people in the accident could be confused about something.
Clearly. Does this mean you have? Would that be your bias? or are you simply jumping down upon a reporter doing his job just because of money. If the officer does his job properly he won't make a trivial mistake. And as PhoenixDemon just so kindly pointed out, they make mistakes all the time anyway, and are often cleared up later with the insurance claim being taken care of properly regardless.
how is that hard to understand? clearly you have never lost an insurance claim because of a triviality.
That "dumb ass" reporter has every right to do his job. The question is, who was discourteous first?
it happens every day. that dumb ass reporter can wait until teh cop is done to ask questions. if the reporter had resisted i think the cop had every right to taze him.
for all we know the cars were full of gun carrying dope smugglers.
just because it's popular to dislike cops doesn't mean each and every one of you doesn't owe them an arm and a leg for something they've done for you in the past.
Same as I do with salesmen, I ask them to leave.
how would you feel if a team of reporters came up to you at your job while you were doing something important?
And that has anything to do with anything how?
my guess is what you do has nothing to do with handling an automobile accident.