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    I have a cop buddy who said his dept gave a briefing about a Marine who was stopped for UOC. The main reason for the brief was to educate the deputies and let them know the people who are exercising their right to OC are doing so to sue the city and the department.

    The LT at the station made a comment about the Ex-Marine is a bad guy at which time my buddy tells her he is a Former Marine not and Ex Marine. She replied with another comment about this guy should be considered ex and not former.

    She left the room so my buddy wasn't able to ask her why she thought this is a bad guy when he hasn't broken any laws. There were a few deputies who thought like the LT but he said for the most part the deputies didnt see the issue with what the guy was doing. He spent a few minutes explaining that the Marine wasnt breaking any laws and shouldn't have to worry about it.

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    Was part of why I was trying to contact this person but no response

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    _Patriot wrote:
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    Was part of why I was trying to contact this person but no response
    Oh, I was wondering what that was about. I guess it's fair to guess that they don't frequent the boards. But they seem to know what they are doing.

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