posted on Mar, 29 2010 @ 01:54 PM
I just bet there have been some measures set up (and 'on display' in a locked filing cabinet) whereby there is no legal recourse for the
If you find some big guy climbing through a window and you beat the tar out of him, you get arrested for assaulting a police officer. If you have
sensitive/confidential material in your home and the 'burglar' policeman sees it, you have no way of pursuing them in the courts. If you have
something illegal on your premises and they find it, I bet there's a raid coming very shortly. Usually it would be inadmissible due to the lack of
warrant. In this case it was 'accidentally discovered during a community outreach program. It's all in the 'interests of the community'. This is
I have no quarrel with the law or law enforcement, but there's a part of me that really wants to see one of these intruders get the snot beaten out
of them. As many have noted, if you tried this in the US you'd likely get something pointy and fast coming at you from a big ol' firearm.
Stupid. Community policing should be about walking the beat, not breaking and entering.