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Originally posted by JBA2848
And all of this because a neighbor complained about him speeding? A cop can't even enforce a traffic complaint without being witness to it. If I see you drive drunk a cop can't arrest you unless they see you drive drunk. So the cop had no rights to even confront the man on his property.
Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
reply to post by Rockpuck
--and a knotted tree branch--
That was mentioned because . . . . ?
and a tent with a sign that read, "Hillary."
Originally posted by KilrathiLG
reply to post by Argyll
ahahahaahahahaha "come down"(a come down from pot=being full) not to be rude but seriously man what books u been reading sure some people may have adverse reactions but full on stalinesque paranoia does not happen from pot even if you smoke ounces or pounds of the stuff if anything your more likely to NOT notice the police showing up or be too busy eating chips or pizza bagles to resit in most cases
most pot heads dont end up shooting people thats usualy the tweakers domain when they come down
Cannabis use appears to be associated with an earlier onset of psychotic illness, according to a meta-analysis of previously published studies posted online today that will appear in the June print issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
In the January issue of Neuropharmacology, which happens to have a marijuana theme, two teams of researchers tried to explain what causes some people to feel paranoid when they smoke weed.
If you think it’s impossible to have too much of a good thing — think again.
Yale University researchers have shown that active ingredient in marijuana can cause transient schizophrenia-like symptoms ranging from suspiciousness and delusions to impairments in memory and attention in some patients. The study was an attempt to clarify a long known association between cannabis and psychosis in the hopes of finding another clue about the pathophysiology of schizophrenia.
Originally posted by scooterstrats
reply to post by Argyll
Your credibility here is really going south fast. You can't even respond to or quote the correct poster. I guess police work is that hard.
Originally posted by alienreality
There have been tons of dogs that have been killed by tasers...
A dog can be killed by electric shock easier than a human..
I have much experience with livestock electric fences of lesser voltages than a taser by far, but they still give you quite a jolt, and to a dog I have seen one die, and many other farm dogs lay sick for a couple days recovering from the shock of a fence....
Knowing these things, I feel it is a 50-50 chance a dog can be killed by a taser.. and you just know the cop is going keep zapping the zap button several times like they always do...
Pretty sad situation though, and it sure won't help freedom in my view..
Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by Hillbilly123069
Ummm interesting story. Seems like more than half the facts are completely missing though?
Anyone who defends this creep is an idiot..)