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    I read (or thought I did) the whole thread... I was like a crack-ho looking for the next fix... I didn't even skip to the end and I thought I was awake for all of it, too.

    What was the final result?

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    Long story short

    Dan won. Charges thrown out. Hopefully a lawsuit or three are being prepared against the city and the PD.


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    Thank you.
    "If I know that I am headed for a fight, I want something larger with more power, preferably crew-served.
    However, like most of us, as I go through my daily life, I carry something a bit more compact, with a lot less power."
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    There are multiple threads on Danbus - even relating just to the Waterside incident.

    Short version of long story - not much basis in this case for notable lawsuit - maybe just for recovery of legal fees. We shall see though - haven't heard much from Dan lately.

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    There are multiple threads on Danbus - even relating just to the Waterside incident.

    Short version of long story - not much basis in this case for notable lawsuit - maybe just for recovery of legal fees. We shall see though - haven't heard much from Dan lately.

    Yata hey
    Dan was at the last Tidewater OC Dining Out, and said he was still looking for a lawyer...
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    ChinChin wrote:
    Long story short

    Dan won. Charges thrown out. Hopefully a lawsuit or three are being prepared against the city and the PD.

    I thought Danbus was convicted in the Suffolk case? Obstruction of justice, I think.

    Pretty foolish, that, walking up to a police investigation while OCingand asking what what was goin' on. What was he thinking? :shock:

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    WOS wrote:
    I thought Danbus was convicted in the Suffolk case? Obstruction of justice, I think.

    Pretty foolish, that, walking up to a police investigation while OCingand asking what what was goin' on. What was he thinking? :shock:
    WRONG.

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    Apparently the Judge agreed with Dan.

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    HankT wrote:
    Pretty foolish, that, walking up to a police investigation while OCingand asking what what was goin' on. What was he thinking? :shock:
    Maybe he was thinking "I'm a lawfully armed citizen and I am curious why there is a swarm of law enforcement personnel suspiciously congregated in one place," against which there is no known statute or ordinance to prevent.


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    HankT wrote:
    I thought Danbus was convicted in the Suffolk case? Obstruction of justice, I think.

    Pretty foolish, that, walking up to a police investigation while OCingand asking what what was goin' on. What was he thinking? :shock:
    Dang, Hank. Leaving yourself open to scrutiny like that. Why would you say you think, he who is so detail oriented? You must be slipping, lol. Must be swine flu.

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    Agent86 wrote:
    WRONG.

    You mean it's WRONG that it's foolish to walk up toa police investigation while OCing an asking what was goin' on?

    Or that it is WRONGthat Danbus was convicted?



    Agent86 wrote:

    Apparently the Judge agreed with Dan.



    "Apparently?" You mean you don't know?

    Can't you, um, call someone and find out for sure????






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    bohdi wrote:
    HankT wrote:
    I thought Danbus was convicted in the Suffolk case? Obstruction of justice, I think.

    Pretty foolish, that, walking up to a police investigation while OCingand asking what what was goin' on. What was he thinking? :shock:
    Dang, Hank. Leaving yourself open to scrutiny like that. Why would you say you think, he who is so detail oriented? You must be slipping, lol.
    Must be swine flu.
    :what:I didn't know Hank could fly.
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    :what:I didn't know Hank could fly.
    It's a well kept secret.

    Flying ain't the hard part - landing is.

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    Sorry guys, "still looking for a lawyer" = no case. Looks like Dan will have to sell some more of his guns.

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    HankT wrote:
    ChinChin wrote:
    Long story short

    Dan won. Charges thrown out. Hopefully a lawsuit or three are being prepared against the city and the PD.

    I thought Danbus was convicted in the Suffolk case? Obstruction of justice, I think.

    Pretty foolish, that, walking up to a police investigation while OCingand asking what what was goin' on. What was he thinking? :shock:
    Yeah, that moron. I mean what was he thinking. He may have seen something! How dare a stupid citizen do nothing illegal!



    What a moron! He should know his place.

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    The cop moved, the case was thrown out by the judge. No conviction.





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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Agent19 wrote:
    :what:I didn't know Hank could fly.
    It's a well kept secret.

    Flying ain't the hard part - landing is.

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    That's not nice Grapeshot!

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    Oh, come on now, Rev73.

    Danbus pleaded guilty. He was convicted.

    IIRC, he explained in his thread about the court proceedings.







    ChinChin wrote:
    Long story short

    Dan won. Charges thrown out. Hopefully a lawsuit or three are being prepared against the city and the PD.

    Agent19 wrote:
    WRONG.


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    Apparently the Judge agreed with Dan.




    Reverend73 wrote:
    The cop moved, the case was thrown out by the judge. No conviction.







    bohdi wrote:
    Dang, Hank. Leaving yourself open to scrutiny like that. Why would you say you think, he who is so detail oriented? You must be slipping, lol.
    Slipping, eh?

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    Can somebody post a link to back up what they're saying? Otherwise, you're all just talking out your a$$.

    Actually, let me rephrase that. The other guys can only provide links to things that didn't happen, which I can recall anyway. I don't remember Danladi ever being convicted of anything, or losing any lawsuits.

    So Hank, can you please post a link to a post where Danladi said he was convicted of a crime? I can find the posts where he wasn't convicted all by myself, since they are numerous.

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    Yes, slipping. Your response timegreatly exceeded your historical statistical average. A sub par performance to be sure.

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    Hank, you are wrong. I just got off the phone with Dan. I was correct. The cop moved, the case was dismissed. No conviction.





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    bohdi wrote:
    Yes, slipping. Your response timegreatly exceeded your historical statistical average. A sub par performance to be sure.
    Ah, but is the difference statistically significant? What're the mean and standard deviation, d'ya know?

    Hey, wait a minute...is response time even the relevant criterion here?:P




    TexasNative wrote:
    Can somebody post a link to back up what they're saying? Otherwise, you're all just talking out your a$$.

    Actually, let me rephrase that. The other guys can only provide links to things that didn't happen, which I can recall anyway. I don't remember Danladi ever being convicted of anything, or losing any lawsuits.

    So Hank, can you please post a link to a post where Danladi said he was convicted of a crime? I can find the posts where he wasn't convicted all by myself, since they are numerous.
    Sure, I'll look it up for ....here is one:

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    It must be 3:00

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    Danbus pleaded guilty. He was convicted.
    The kids are out of school playing on the computer.


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    You should really give the thinking thing up, it isn't working for you.

    Post a link to the conviction or go back into hiding.



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    Agent86 wrote:
    It must be 3:00

    HankT wrote:
    Danbus pleaded guilty. He was convicted.
    The kids are out of school playing on the computer.


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    You should really give the thinking thing up, it isn't working for you.

    Post a link to the conviction or go back into hiding.


    Huh? Would you beleeeeeeive, I just did, 86?

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    So, WOS what part of dismissed= convicted?
    If you think like a Statist, act like one, or back some, you've given up on freedom and have gone over to the dark side.
    The easiest ex. but probably the most difficult to grasp for gun owners is that fool permission slip so many of you have, especially if you show it off with pride. You should recognize it as an embarrassment, an infringement, a travesty and an affront to a free person.


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