most who push the envelope and video their escapades have automatic uplink to the cloud as a permanent safeguard of their activities.How did the video get on UTube if the Police kept their cameras?
I suppose there are some answers like live brodcast, or the Police put it on there. Don't know, and not trying to make a point, just asking the question.
Lucky they didn't get shot. I'm guessing that didn't end the way they envisioned it.
We still haven't figured out if that area of the Dearborn PD station is/was posted a Victim Zone. If it wasn't, then IMO, it'd be difficult to make those charges stick since the PD had no real reason to disarm them in the first place.
Yeah, that really doesn't square up much with Onus' clickbait thread title "arrested for open carry in police station" does it?
Oh, and such the poor Liberal you would make as you clearly do not at all understand that emotions, opinions, and "feelings" are what now entirely determine the acceptability of one's behavior and actions, whereas actual constitutionality and/or legality are subjugated to mere footnotes, if, as you have so astutely noted, they are even mentioned at all.
I agree with both of the statements in bold text above, but that is a strawman. The question is not whether the actions were "reckless", "designed to draw attention and a response" or "irresponsible". The question is, was it illegal? I would have never done anything like this, because it is stupid and makes gun owners look stupid and reckless, but is it a matter for police action and arrest? I am not familiar with Michigan law, so I guess I'll have to rely on those that are, but so far, nobody is asking that question. Everybody is too busy getting on the band wagon and condemning the actions, which I agree are egregious, to address the real issue. The overreach of government is usually accompanied by some side issue that they use to justify an action that has no basis in law and they use the outrage over that side issue as a substitute for the rule of law. Not every outrageous or reckless act is illegal. Notice my signature line below, about "necessity".
Apple vs. orange.... but put the shoe on the other foot ~ these idiots breaking into your home...i know my reaction if they come into my home dressed and armed in that fashion and trust me there would not be any type of dialogue whatsoever!!
added...please re-read my posts...never said it was illegal!
touche and well playedThat would be a shame; it's my favorite Mediterranean dessert.