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Old 03-25-2013, 10:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This is the result of successful brainwashing that guns are bad and anyone armed must be up to no good. However, the officer should know the law and has no excuse. It makes me sick that this happened here in Texas.
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Does me too and I'd put money on the resisting being BS too.

They needed to charge him with something to make themselves look better. That's one of the biggest BS charges made right along with the good ole PI
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Its going to get far worse. You can't blame the cop from wanting to get control of the guns. You can blame him for not respecting private rights. This approach could get out of hand fast.
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I understand that being a cop is a difficult job at times.

I also understand from my experience that there are a lot of cops out there that don't act professionally in turn making every cops job much harder and also more dangerous.

I am skeptical about every cop I come into contact with that he/she is on the up and up.
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Most of them I have come to know are human.
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They still have that gentlemans property. Sometimes you just have to swallow your pride and admit you're wrong. Seems like the Temple PD is having an issue with that.
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Originally Posted by kwo51 View Post
You can't blame the cop from wanting to get control of the guns.
Sure you can. Why did he need to control the guns when the man hadn't done a damned thing? To say he needed to control the guns is to say that simply being armed is a suspicious act.
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Sure it is ask a cop. We need to get past that mentality I understand,we are not there yet.
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No, it is a perfectly legal act and we need to quit making excuses for those who treat it as if it isn't.
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