View Poll Results: Is it smart to give out information concerning an investigation in this forum?

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  • Only if you want to help LEO and the TROLLS!

    1 5.56%
  • Only if you are mentally deficient and shouldn't carry anyways!

    1 5.56%
  • No absolutely Not!

    16 88.89%
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Thread: How many people think it is smart to give out info on a legal case in this forum?

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    Come on now don't be afraid.

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    Hmmm, that's it? Only 3 votes huh.

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    JG,

    I don't fully understand the question. In fact, the title of the thread and the question in the poll don't match, so it's even more confusing. Are you talking about cases generally, or just "investigations?"

    I think it would be kind of silly not to give out information on cases as it becomes public. I habitually post information in this and other fora about gun cases I have, because I think they are of interest to people on the fora and I want people to know what is happening in the courtroom as it pertains to gun issues. In addition to letting people know what's happening, so they can react appropriately, an informed electorate makes better decisions at election time. People we elect include judges, or presidents that appoint judges, prosecutors, etc. They have a very real impact on what happens with gun issues.

    Now, I'm not sure what you mean by "investigations." What information would people have about ongoing investigations? Such information is not generally publicly available.

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    And when it does come into the public domain then it should be widely publicized. The thought that only the best face should be shown is disingenuous.

    Not speaking for JG, we may be seeing some intemperate temper that I find quite understandable.

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    depends upon the topic being discussed, we all come to share and learn. but slamming an individual, or publicizing his woes, is NOT good.

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    It doesn't take a poll or vote to know that blabbering about sensitives issues is a bad idea.

    Only post ****** like Masterbator Doug or Gossip Girls who need to get a life feel the need to dredge up dirt all the time.

    You are like dogs who eat their own vomit. Leave it the fcuk alone or it will make you sick and affect many people, not just the main actor.
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    J.Gleason wrote:
    Come on now don't be afraid.
    J.Gleason, I think we should all use common sense and not write anything that can be twisted and turned into something that can be used to demonize the poster or anyone we may be "discussing". We all should know by now that EVERYONE watches these posts in this forum and can be guaranteed that they are all being recorded to be used in a negative light.

    I feel I know why you started this thread and I agree with you 100%. What we write here, if used in court, will most likely be twisted into a Cerberus type creature with nothing good coming from it. Be careful what we write......very careful.

    Oh, and I voted NO.
    “The Constitution shall never be construed... to prevent the People of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms.” -- Samuel Adams

    “Today, we need a nation of Minutemen. Citizens who are not only prepared to take arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as the basic purpose of their daily life and who are willing to consciously work and sacrifice for that freedom.”

    —John F. Kennedy

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    Is it smart to give out information concerning an investigation in this forum?
    That depends on which side you are on.

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