How sweet ... now being nice is grounds for a search.
In Ohio .. where a cop can now just say your speeding and the guberment says "that's all we need"
Now, the appellate court did not agree (neither did lower court).
What kinda a--holes ya have in OH ... to even take this to the appellate court?
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Wait, I just read through the ruling and I do belive it was a good ruling.
So wait, heavy breathing, and overt politeness is RAS for a removal from a vehicle, and a K-9 scent search? Oh well! The ends obviously justifies the means. Besides, criminals don't deserve the same rights that LACs have.
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The court and the appellate court got it right.
Last edited by eye95; 12-03-2013 at 06:25 PM.
---It is ordered that a special mandate issue out of this court directing the common
pleas court to carry this judgment into execution.
Wonder if he got his property back?
Of course now they can tax it.It is ordered that appellee recover of appellant costs herein taxed.
Being overly polite is ... suspicious
Clenching one's buttocks is ... suspicious
Not "cooperating" when asked intrusive questions is ... suspicious
Concealing a weapon is ... suspicious
Not concealing a weapon is ... suspicious
Driving at or below the speed limit is ... suspicious
.. not answered is the question "suspicious of what illegality?"
Anyone else seeing a pattern to all this suspiciousness?
I'm glad it was posted. Just because it's what "should be" doesn't mean it isn't "news worthy" (or actually, discussion worthy, as this isn't singularly a news site, only the news subforum is singularly focused on so called "news"). Positive (which this is) needs to be posted as well as the negative, as well as the call-to-arms.
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I don't "need" to openly carry a handgun or own an "assault weapon" any more than Rosa Parks needed a seat on the bus.
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So they pulled a citizen out of his vehicle and kidnapped him for the safety of the K9 officer and K9 dog?
Now admittedly the police found a gun and some weed so the kidnapping looks justified, however what about on the occasions when nothing is found in the vehicle and the citizen is detained and treated like a criminal simply for " being respectful or in the words of the kidnappers " acting to nice"
The actions of the state are clearly a joke and the two officers, oh well , they simply thought they were doing some good police work.
Good ruling by the appeals court.
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Still not that great of a decision, they keep perpetuating bad precedents.
Cops can run havoc over your rights as long as they do it quickly.
I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.
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rights, due to ignorance." (Paraphrased)
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