The painful truth about Ahmaud Arberry

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Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors...
Yeah, I don't think the Guerilla knew this.

This is why Travis is never going to see a day of freedom again. He killed someone that someone else told him might be someone who trespassed on a construction site.

Travis is about as fucked as fucked can be...
 
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Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors...
Yeah, I don't think the Guerilla knew this.

This is why Travis is never going to see a day of freedom again. He killed someone that someone else told him might be someone who trespassed on a construction site.

Travis is about as fucked as fucked can be...
this is going to blow your mind guys...

you don't have to know someone committed a crime to defend yourself from them when they attack you... perfectly reasonable

Besides Travis knew Maude committed felony assault because he committed it against him

Too bad Maude didn't peacefully surrender, maybe he could have won some money in a lawsuit

Hey look guys this kid didn't see a person commits a crime yet sprung into action how many years of prison do you want to give him?

A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman

By your logic if the criminal in this case attacked the supermarket worker it would be illegal for him to defend himself

LOL are you hearing this
 
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He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
How do you "provoke someone to chase"? A person decides or decides not to chase someone. The decision to chase was solely due a decision by the inbreds, and it had nothing to do with the fact that Arnery was running.

Did the inbreds not possess the self control to just simply follow the guy?
He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
How do you "provoke someone to chase"? A person decides or decides not to chase someone. The decision to chase was solely due a decision by the inbreds, and it had nothing to do with the fact that Arnery was running.

Did the inbreds not possess the self control to just simply follow the guy?
it's pretty simple if someone accuses you of doing something and you flee like a criminal instead of standing your ground and talking to the police it means you did something wrong and gives them probable cause to pursue you
 
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You want to execute a man who was simply trying to defend his neighborhood and was forced to shoot someone after he was attacked
No, I want to execute some inbred redneck who decided he'd play Johnny Law and chase down someone who, so far as anyone can tell, committed the crime of running in a white neighborhood, and kill him.

Pudge wasn't forced to shoot anyone. His fat ass could've owned Arbery in a wrestling match. But, instead, he armed himself in, I believe, the hopes that he'd get to bag a coon...

I wonder what kind of effect that would have on society...
Holding Pudge responsible for the murder of Arbery? Probably a pretty good one...

the next time a Good Samaritan saw a suspect crawling out of his neighbor's daughter's bedroom window covered in blood at 4 in the morning he'll just have to let him run away
Pudge didn't see Arbery crawling out of anyone's window. He didn't witness Arbery doing anything, but chose to pursue him anyway. And that's where he fucked up...

the next time of big strong man saw a disheveled crackhead running away from an unconscious woman's body holding a purse he'll have to just let him run away because he didn't witness a felony
Holding a purse?

Hey, thanks for the reasonable cause you stupid fuck....

The next time a group of law-abiding citizens recognize a wanted serial killer from the photos they saw identifying him they'll just have to let him run away because they didn't witness him commit a felony
If those photos are released by the police, it's perfectly acceptable to effect a citizen's arrest...

No, you stupid fuck.

In each case you link to, a person witnessed a crime. Only after witnessing a crime did they act.

Travis McMichael didn't witness a crime. That's a monumental distinction which you're too ignorant and stupid to understand, and which will land Travis McMichael on death row...

Social media sure can be dangerous once you add a couple dumbass celebrities spreading their fecal material all over our court cases.... the unwashed slack-jawed plebeian masses who don't know dick about the evidence or logistics and fail to understand the consequences of destroying our ability to detain people we suspect of committing a crime will be the same idiots squealing for help when the criminals are ransacking their neighborhood and Escape well before the police arrive over and over again

how entertaining
A bigger, more ignorant ignorant douchebag than you there has never been.

I hope to God your parents got to have some normal kids with the proper number of choromosomes...
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A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman


'Messed with the wrong family:' North Carolina dad fights back against secret peeper he found in child's bedroom

What felony did these people Witness?

reasonable cause
The McMichaels had "reasonable cause" to believe arbery had committed a felony because he was trespassing in a house that had suffered a string of burglaries and trespasses by a guy who looks identical to maude because it was maude

They had what's called reasonable suspicion that he was committing a felony because he instigated the entire series of events by criminal trespassing

He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
"What felony did these people Witness?"

Just how fucking nuts are you? :cuckoo:

The first one caught a prowler in his home, "that's in his presence."

The second one saw a robber running away with a woman's purse when he's told a woman's purse was just stolen, that's "within his immediate knowledge."

The third one caught a pervert peeping into his daughter's room, "that's in his presence."

Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors, and the other saw nothing but a black guy running past his house. There was no crime at all committed in their presence or within their immediate knowledge.
no way dude the prowler was just visiting the guys home... he hadn't received instructions not to be there and no crime had been committed until the vicious father attacked him

The grocery store worker might have been illegally profiling a transgender person just because he saw a male with a purse doesn't mean that man's are Criminal what kind of horrible monsters are you?

The other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water and then the horrible man attacked him how many years of prison should he get?
 
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It would be pretty stupid to pursue a potentially armed suspect without a Firearms yourself
ANd, yet, Pudge #1 and Pudge #2 who were the ones doing the pursuing...

a shotgun is a very defensive tool however I would have taken a high-capacity 9 mm and a carbine rifle
So, you admit that someone in Pudge #1's position should've had a more offensive weapon.

I won't disagree, considering the fact that the McMichael inbreds were the instigators of the whole affair...
While the McMichaels were initially pursuing a criminal suspect they stopped and held their ground while calling the police

that's when the criminal suspect elected to run directly at them from a great distance and attack them forcing them to defend themselves
So, do you prefer public hanging or lethal injection for your racist murderer?
since Maude already earned his Darwin Award I guess Society got lucky on that one

You want to execute a man who was simply trying to defend his neighborhood and was forced to shoot someone after he was attacked

I wonder what kind of effect that would have on society...

the next time a Good Samaritan saw a suspect crawling out of his neighbor's daughter's bedroom window covered in blood at 4 in the morning he'll just have to let him run away

the next time of big strong man saw a disheveled crackhead running away from an unconscious woman's body holding a purse he'll have to just let him run away because he didn't witness a felony

The next time a group of law-abiding citizens recognize a wanted serial killer from the photos they saw identifying him they'll just have to let him run away because they didn't witness him commit a felony

What do you think of this new pussy societal ethos these social justice Starbucks sucking Oprah taint living Lady Gaga tampon hugging sissies are pushing Richard?

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A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman


'Messed with the wrong family:' North Carolina dad fights back against secret peeper he found in child's bedroom

Under this new societal Norm all these people would be going to jail because they detained someone they did not witness commit a felony

Social media sure can be dangerous once you add a couple dumbass celebrities spreading their fecal material all over our court cases.... the unwashed slack-jawed plebeian masses who don't know dick about the evidence or logistics and fail to understand the consequences of destroying our ability to detain people we suspect of committing a crime will be the same idiots squealing for help when the criminals are ransacking their neighborhood and Escape well before the police arrive over and over again

how entertaining
You still haven't learned the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony, have you?
and it still hasn't dawned on you that it's perfectly reasonable to pursue someone in an attempt to identify them when you have reasonable suspicion that a felony has occurred

nobody calls 911 or films an encounter when they plan on murdering someone much less releasing the video when they had no requirement to do so
Pursue is one thing... pulling a shotgun is another. Do you even know what the aggravated assault charges are for?
Richard dial said in a court of law that Travis McMichael actually pointed the shotgun at maude as this is a critical factor in charging someone with the crime of aggravated assault in the state of Georgia

Of course he stammered like mad when he uttered his Cavalcade of BS in court

he certainly isn't a very good liar

* of course at no time in the entire situation did Travis McMichael ever point his shotgun at Maude

he was trained by the US Military in law enforcement and was a lifelong Georgia resident plus a Firearms enthusiast who knew better than to do that kind of thing
Richard Dial investigated the matter with full access to the evidence. Far more than you're capable of. It matters not if McMichael was trained. It matters not if he's a lifelong Georgia resident. It matters not if he knew better than to do what he did. He still pulled a gun on a man because he wanted to intimidate him to stop because he thought a crime was committed when in fact, he was indoors and saw absolutely nothing.
it's just really funny the way he said it... has all the Hallmarks of nervous deception
I see.

What are those "hallmarks"?

Please cite some verifiable source material to back up your opinion.

Or just admit that you're making up bullshit and talking out your ass about things you're completely ignorant of...
People who are professionally trained to pick up on Deception look for several key factors

nervousness is a major indicator

someone who shrugs their shoulders blinks a lot and stammers their words is exhibiting a wide array of deception tells
 

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* of course at no time in the entire situation did Travis McMichael ever point his shotgun at Maude
You are a liar. Suspected Felon#1 shouldered his shotgun and the video shows the weapon aimed at AA’s feet. That caused AA to swerve to the right and run around the passenger side. So quit lying.
 

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People who are professionally trained to pick up on Deception look for several key factors
Right.

Which is why I said you don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

Interesting, though, that you believe every single word that drips out of the mouths of the inbreds, but you all but accuse an ACTUAL law enforcement professional of lying on the stand...

someone who shrugs their shoulders blinks a lot and stammers their words is exhibiting a wide array of deception tells
What "wide array"? Like blinking, stammering and shrugging their shoulders?

Blinking could also be an indicator of chronic dry eye. And, believe it or not, simply being on the stand can make people nervous and cause them to stammer, ever when offering 100% truthful testimony. Shrugging the shoulders is more a "tell" of a person not knowing something than anything else...
 

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Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors...
Yeah, I don't think the Guerilla knew this.

This is why Travis is never going to see a day of freedom again. He killed someone that someone else told him might be someone who trespassed on a construction site.

Travis is about as fucked as fucked can be...
this is going to blow your mind guys...

you don't have to know someone committed a crime to defend yourself from them when they attack you... perfectly reasonable

Besides Travis knew Maude committed felony assault because he committed it against him

Too bad Maude didn't peacefully surrender, maybe he could have won some money in a lawsuit

Hey look guys this kid didn't see a person commits a crime yet sprung into action how many years of prison do you want to give him?

A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman

By your logic if the criminal in this case attacked the supermarket worker it would be illegal for him to defend himself

LOL are you hearing this
In Georgia, you DO have to know someone committed a felony to effect a citizen's arrest and you can't legally point your gun at someone else without legal justification. And get this, fooling yourself into believing a person committed a felony when they really didn't ... is NOT legal justification.
 

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You want to execute a man who was simply trying to defend his neighborhood and was forced to shoot someone after he was attacked
No, I want to execute some inbred redneck who decided he'd play Johnny Law and chase down someone who, so far as anyone can tell, committed the crime of running in a white neighborhood, and kill him.

Pudge wasn't forced to shoot anyone. His fat ass could've owned Arbery in a wrestling match. But, instead, he armed himself in, I believe, the hopes that he'd get to bag a coon...

I wonder what kind of effect that would have on society...
Holding Pudge responsible for the murder of Arbery? Probably a pretty good one...

the next time a Good Samaritan saw a suspect crawling out of his neighbor's daughter's bedroom window covered in blood at 4 in the morning he'll just have to let him run away
Pudge didn't see Arbery crawling out of anyone's window. He didn't witness Arbery doing anything, but chose to pursue him anyway. And that's where he fucked up...

the next time of big strong man saw a disheveled crackhead running away from an unconscious woman's body holding a purse he'll have to just let him run away because he didn't witness a felony
Holding a purse?

Hey, thanks for the reasonable cause you stupid fuck....

The next time a group of law-abiding citizens recognize a wanted serial killer from the photos they saw identifying him they'll just have to let him run away because they didn't witness him commit a felony
If those photos are released by the police, it's perfectly acceptable to effect a citizen's arrest...

No, you stupid fuck.

In each case you link to, a person witnessed a crime. Only after witnessing a crime did they act.

Travis McMichael didn't witness a crime. That's a monumental distinction which you're too ignorant and stupid to understand, and which will land Travis McMichael on death row...

Social media sure can be dangerous once you add a couple dumbass celebrities spreading their fecal material all over our court cases.... the unwashed slack-jawed plebeian masses who don't know dick about the evidence or logistics and fail to understand the consequences of destroying our ability to detain people we suspect of committing a crime will be the same idiots squealing for help when the criminals are ransacking their neighborhood and Escape well before the police arrive over and over again

how entertaining
A bigger, more ignorant ignorant douchebag than you there has never been.

I hope to God your parents got to have some normal kids with the proper number of choromosomes...
SF Man Catches Prowler In The Act, Hangs Onto Him Until Police Arrive: SFist/


A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman


'Messed with the wrong family:' North Carolina dad fights back against secret peeper he found in child's bedroom

What felony did these people Witness?

reasonable cause
The McMichaels had "reasonable cause" to believe arbery had committed a felony because he was trespassing in a house that had suffered a string of burglaries and trespasses by a guy who looks identical to maude because it was maude

They had what's called reasonable suspicion that he was committing a felony because he instigated the entire series of events by criminal trespassing

He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
"What felony did these people Witness?"

Just how fucking nuts are you? :cuckoo:

The first one caught a prowler in his home, "that's in his presence."

The second one saw a robber running away with a woman's purse when he's told a woman's purse was just stolen, that's "within his immediate knowledge."

The third one caught a pervert peeping into his daughter's room, "that's in his presence."

Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors, and the other saw nothing but a black guy running past his house. There was no crime at all committed in their presence or within their immediate knowledge.
no way dude the prowler was just visiting the guys home... he hadn't received instructions not to be there and no crime had been committed until the vicious father attacked him
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house. He was then arrested by police. No wonder you think the McMichaels are innocent. You don't even know people are not allowed to break into someone's home. :lmao:

The grocery store worker might have been illegally profiling a transgender person just because he saw a male with a purse doesn't mean that man's are Criminal what kind of horrible monsters are you?
Nothing in the article you linked said anything about anyone being transgender. It did, however, state the purse was returned to the woman who was robbed and robber was later arrest. So here again, we see your proclivity to let criminals off the hook.

The other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water and then the horrible man attacked him how many years of prison should he get?
Nope, you're lying again to cover for criminals. There's no mention in the article of the pervert being in the garage. And like the other criminals, it was arrested.

Just like with the McMichaels' case, you're just making shit up to protect the criminals. You sound like a criminal yourself, always defending criminals. Have you ever been convicted of a crime?
 

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he other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water
Am I the only onoe wondering how the guy got a hold of a garage door opener?
 
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he other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water
Am I the only onoe wondering how the guy got a hold of a garage door opener?
Like I said he was probably just visiting the other guys garage looking for a drink of water or something

how many years of prison should that Reckless vigilante get for imprisoning that poor innocent man?
 
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* of course at no time in the entire situation did Travis McMichael ever point his shotgun at Maude
You are a liar. Suspected Felon#1 shouldered his shotgun and the video shows the weapon aimed at AA’s feet. That caused AA to swerve to the right and run around the passenger side. So quit lying.
So you think a an experienced black criminal from the deep south saw two white men with guns blocking his path who had been threatening him and as soon as one aims a gun at his feet he decides to just run around the other side of the truck where it'll be safe...or so he thinks

Never mind the man in the bed with a 357 I'll just jog over here on the passenger side where there aren't any murderous rednecks with guns

of course any innocent jogger being threatened with guns would immediately run between the houses where there was lots of wide-open spaces plenty of places to hide and no fences
 
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People who are professionally trained to pick up on Deception look for several key factors
Right.

Which is why I said you don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

Interesting, though, that you believe every single word that drips out of the mouths of the inbreds, but you all but accuse an ACTUAL law enforcement professional of lying on the stand...

someone who shrugs their shoulders blinks a lot and stammers their words is exhibiting a wide array of deception tells
What "wide array"? Like blinking, stammering and shrugging their shoulders?

Blinking could also be an indicator of chronic dry eye. And, believe it or not, simply being on the stand can make people nervous and cause them to stammer, ever when offering 100% truthful testimony. Shrugging the shoulders is more a "tell" of a person not knowing something than anything else...
Yeah right man this guy sounded like Porky Pig with an electrode up his butt nervous cuz he got caught with his hand in the cookie jar

That experienced law enforcement professional knows how to lie on the stand he's just not that good at it

Not only is he stammering like crazy he's also blinking like mad taking deep breaths and nodding in agreement with himself and don't forget the shrugs got to love those shrugs

These are all text book tells of a man who knows that he's lying

 
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You want to execute a man who was simply trying to defend his neighborhood and was forced to shoot someone after he was attacked
No, I want to execute some inbred redneck who decided he'd play Johnny Law and chase down someone who, so far as anyone can tell, committed the crime of running in a white neighborhood, and kill him.

Pudge wasn't forced to shoot anyone. His fat ass could've owned Arbery in a wrestling match. But, instead, he armed himself in, I believe, the hopes that he'd get to bag a coon...

I wonder what kind of effect that would have on society...
Holding Pudge responsible for the murder of Arbery? Probably a pretty good one...

the next time a Good Samaritan saw a suspect crawling out of his neighbor's daughter's bedroom window covered in blood at 4 in the morning he'll just have to let him run away
Pudge didn't see Arbery crawling out of anyone's window. He didn't witness Arbery doing anything, but chose to pursue him anyway. And that's where he fucked up...

the next time of big strong man saw a disheveled crackhead running away from an unconscious woman's body holding a purse he'll have to just let him run away because he didn't witness a felony
Holding a purse?

Hey, thanks for the reasonable cause you stupid fuck....

The next time a group of law-abiding citizens recognize a wanted serial killer from the photos they saw identifying him they'll just have to let him run away because they didn't witness him commit a felony
If those photos are released by the police, it's perfectly acceptable to effect a citizen's arrest...

No, you stupid fuck.

In each case you link to, a person witnessed a crime. Only after witnessing a crime did they act.

Travis McMichael didn't witness a crime. That's a monumental distinction which you're too ignorant and stupid to understand, and which will land Travis McMichael on death row...

Social media sure can be dangerous once you add a couple dumbass celebrities spreading their fecal material all over our court cases.... the unwashed slack-jawed plebeian masses who don't know dick about the evidence or logistics and fail to understand the consequences of destroying our ability to detain people we suspect of committing a crime will be the same idiots squealing for help when the criminals are ransacking their neighborhood and Escape well before the police arrive over and over again

how entertaining
A bigger, more ignorant ignorant douchebag than you there has never been.

I hope to God your parents got to have some normal kids with the proper number of choromosomes...
SF Man Catches Prowler In The Act, Hangs Onto Him Until Police Arrive: SFist/


A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman


'Messed with the wrong family:' North Carolina dad fights back against secret peeper he found in child's bedroom

What felony did these people Witness?

reasonable cause
The McMichaels had "reasonable cause" to believe arbery had committed a felony because he was trespassing in a house that had suffered a string of burglaries and trespasses by a guy who looks identical to maude because it was maude

They had what's called reasonable suspicion that he was committing a felony because he instigated the entire series of events by criminal trespassing

He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
"What felony did these people Witness?"

Just how fucking nuts are you? :cuckoo:

The first one caught a prowler in his home, "that's in his presence."

The second one saw a robber running away with a woman's purse when he's told a woman's purse was just stolen, that's "within his immediate knowledge."

The third one caught a pervert peeping into his daughter's room, "that's in his presence."

Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors, and the other saw nothing but a black guy running past his house. There was no crime at all committed in their presence or within their immediate knowledge.
no way dude the prowler was just visiting the guys home... he hadn't received instructions not to be there and no crime had been committed until the vicious father attacked him
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house. He was then arrested by police. No wonder you think the McMichaels are innocent. You don't even know people are not allowed to break into someone's home. :lmao:

The grocery store worker might have been illegally profiling a transgender person just because he saw a male with a purse doesn't mean that man's are Criminal what kind of horrible monsters are you?
Nothing in the article you linked said anything about anyone being transgender. It did, however, state the purse was returned to the woman who was robbed and robber was later arrest. So here again, we see your proclivity to let criminals off the hook.

The other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water and then the horrible man attacked him how many years of prison should he get?
Nope, you're lying again to cover for criminals. There's no mention in the article of the pervert being in the garage. And like the other criminals, it was arrested.

Just like with the McMichaels' case, you're just making shit up to protect the criminals. You sound like a criminal yourself, always defending criminals. Have you ever been convicted of a crime?
this was my favorite part, especially coming from a guy who's trying to defend an idiot who got caught TRESSPASSING
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house
LOL....SO DID ARBERRY!!!!!!
 
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By your cowardly interpretation of the law this Good Samaritan would be going to jail because his Detention of this purse snatcher would be deemed a felony crime superseding the simple theft

By your definition this man would be an evil Thug depriving the purse snatcher from his freedom to travel and arresting him just because he was running while holding a purse

perhaps he was just an innocent transgender citizen out for a jog

Not every man jogging with a purse is a criminal you know!!

Just because someone claimed a jogger committed a crime doesn't mean you have the right to run them down and illegally arrest them

How many years in prison do you think this evil grocery store employee deserves for his crimes

he's probably a racist
 

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You want to execute a man who was simply trying to defend his neighborhood and was forced to shoot someone after he was attacked
No, I want to execute some inbred redneck who decided he'd play Johnny Law and chase down someone who, so far as anyone can tell, committed the crime of running in a white neighborhood, and kill him.

Pudge wasn't forced to shoot anyone. His fat ass could've owned Arbery in a wrestling match. But, instead, he armed himself in, I believe, the hopes that he'd get to bag a coon...

I wonder what kind of effect that would have on society...
Holding Pudge responsible for the murder of Arbery? Probably a pretty good one...

the next time a Good Samaritan saw a suspect crawling out of his neighbor's daughter's bedroom window covered in blood at 4 in the morning he'll just have to let him run away
Pudge didn't see Arbery crawling out of anyone's window. He didn't witness Arbery doing anything, but chose to pursue him anyway. And that's where he fucked up...

the next time of big strong man saw a disheveled crackhead running away from an unconscious woman's body holding a purse he'll have to just let him run away because he didn't witness a felony
Holding a purse?

Hey, thanks for the reasonable cause you stupid fuck....

The next time a group of law-abiding citizens recognize a wanted serial killer from the photos they saw identifying him they'll just have to let him run away because they didn't witness him commit a felony
If those photos are released by the police, it's perfectly acceptable to effect a citizen's arrest...

No, you stupid fuck.

In each case you link to, a person witnessed a crime. Only after witnessing a crime did they act.

Travis McMichael didn't witness a crime. That's a monumental distinction which you're too ignorant and stupid to understand, and which will land Travis McMichael on death row...

Social media sure can be dangerous once you add a couple dumbass celebrities spreading their fecal material all over our court cases.... the unwashed slack-jawed plebeian masses who don't know dick about the evidence or logistics and fail to understand the consequences of destroying our ability to detain people we suspect of committing a crime will be the same idiots squealing for help when the criminals are ransacking their neighborhood and Escape well before the police arrive over and over again

how entertaining
A bigger, more ignorant ignorant douchebag than you there has never been.

I hope to God your parents got to have some normal kids with the proper number of choromosomes...
SF Man Catches Prowler In The Act, Hangs Onto Him Until Police Arrive: SFist/


A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman


'Messed with the wrong family:' North Carolina dad fights back against secret peeper he found in child's bedroom

What felony did these people Witness?

reasonable cause
The McMichaels had "reasonable cause" to believe arbery had committed a felony because he was trespassing in a house that had suffered a string of burglaries and trespasses by a guy who looks identical to maude because it was maude

They had what's called reasonable suspicion that he was committing a felony because he instigated the entire series of events by criminal trespassing

He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
"What felony did these people Witness?"

Just how fucking nuts are you? :cuckoo:

The first one caught a prowler in his home, "that's in his presence."

The second one saw a robber running away with a woman's purse when he's told a woman's purse was just stolen, that's "within his immediate knowledge."

The third one caught a pervert peeping into his daughter's room, "that's in his presence."

Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors, and the other saw nothing but a black guy running past his house. There was no crime at all committed in their presence or within their immediate knowledge.
no way dude the prowler was just visiting the guys home... he hadn't received instructions not to be there and no crime had been committed until the vicious father attacked him
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house. He was then arrested by police. No wonder you think the McMichaels are innocent. You don't even know people are not allowed to break into someone's home. :lmao:

The grocery store worker might have been illegally profiling a transgender person just because he saw a male with a purse doesn't mean that man's are Criminal what kind of horrible monsters are you?
Nothing in the article you linked said anything about anyone being transgender. It did, however, state the purse was returned to the woman who was robbed and robber was later arrest. So here again, we see your proclivity to let criminals off the hook.

The other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water and then the horrible man attacked him how many years of prison should he get?
Nope, you're lying again to cover for criminals. There's no mention in the article of the pervert being in the garage. And like the other criminals, it was arrested.

Just like with the McMichaels' case, you're just making shit up to protect the criminals. You sound like a criminal yourself, always defending criminals. Have you ever been convicted of a crime?
this was my favorite part, especially coming from a guy who's trying to defend an idiot who got caught TRESSPASSING
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house
LOL....SO DID ARBERRY!!!!!!
You're too stupid to recognize actual felonies being committed so I'm not surprised you don't know entering an unoccupied home is only a misdemeanor if there is no theft or intent to steal.

And you didn't answer ... have you ever been convicted of a crime? If so, what crime(s)?
 

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By your cowardly interpretation of the law this Good Samaritan would be going to jail because his Detention of this purse snatcher would be deemed a felony crime superseding the simple theft

By your definition this man would be an evil Thug depriving the purse snatcher from his freedom to travel and arresting him just because he was running while holding a purse

perhaps he was just an innocent transgender citizen out for a jog

Not every man jogging with a purse is a criminal you know!!

Just because someone claimed a jogger committed a crime doesn't mean you have the right to run them down and illegally arrest them

How many years in prison do you think this evil grocery store employee deserves for his crimes

he's probably a racist
You've jumped off the ledge now. You're a pancake on the ground below.

Pancake, what part of -- the purse was returned to the victim and the robber was arrested for petty larceny, don't you understand?
 
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You want to execute a man who was simply trying to defend his neighborhood and was forced to shoot someone after he was attacked
No, I want to execute some inbred redneck who decided he'd play Johnny Law and chase down someone who, so far as anyone can tell, committed the crime of running in a white neighborhood, and kill him.

Pudge wasn't forced to shoot anyone. His fat ass could've owned Arbery in a wrestling match. But, instead, he armed himself in, I believe, the hopes that he'd get to bag a coon...

I wonder what kind of effect that would have on society...
Holding Pudge responsible for the murder of Arbery? Probably a pretty good one...

the next time a Good Samaritan saw a suspect crawling out of his neighbor's daughter's bedroom window covered in blood at 4 in the morning he'll just have to let him run away
Pudge didn't see Arbery crawling out of anyone's window. He didn't witness Arbery doing anything, but chose to pursue him anyway. And that's where he fucked up...

the next time of big strong man saw a disheveled crackhead running away from an unconscious woman's body holding a purse he'll have to just let him run away because he didn't witness a felony
Holding a purse?

Hey, thanks for the reasonable cause you stupid fuck....

The next time a group of law-abiding citizens recognize a wanted serial killer from the photos they saw identifying him they'll just have to let him run away because they didn't witness him commit a felony
If those photos are released by the police, it's perfectly acceptable to effect a citizen's arrest...

No, you stupid fuck.

In each case you link to, a person witnessed a crime. Only after witnessing a crime did they act.

Travis McMichael didn't witness a crime. That's a monumental distinction which you're too ignorant and stupid to understand, and which will land Travis McMichael on death row...

Social media sure can be dangerous once you add a couple dumbass celebrities spreading their fecal material all over our court cases.... the unwashed slack-jawed plebeian masses who don't know dick about the evidence or logistics and fail to understand the consequences of destroying our ability to detain people we suspect of committing a crime will be the same idiots squealing for help when the criminals are ransacking their neighborhood and Escape well before the police arrive over and over again

how entertaining
A bigger, more ignorant ignorant douchebag than you there has never been.

I hope to God your parents got to have some normal kids with the proper number of choromosomes...
SF Man Catches Prowler In The Act, Hangs Onto Him Until Police Arrive: SFist/


A Vermont grocery store worker was fired after stopping a purse snatcher who stole from an elderly woman


'Messed with the wrong family:' North Carolina dad fights back against secret peeper he found in child's bedroom

What felony did these people Witness?

reasonable cause
The McMichaels had "reasonable cause" to believe arbery had committed a felony because he was trespassing in a house that had suffered a string of burglaries and trespasses by a guy who looks identical to maude because it was maude

They had what's called reasonable suspicion that he was committing a felony because he instigated the entire series of events by criminal trespassing

He provoked them to chase him by fleeing and then he escalated the conflict to violence
"What felony did these people Witness?"

Just how fucking nuts are you? :cuckoo:

The first one caught a prowler in his home, "that's in his presence."

The second one saw a robber running away with a woman's purse when he's told a woman's purse was just stolen, that's "within his immediate knowledge."

The third one caught a pervert peeping into his daughter's room, "that's in his presence."

Compared with the McMichaels, one of whom saw nothing at all as he was indoors, and the other saw nothing but a black guy running past his house. There was no crime at all committed in their presence or within their immediate knowledge.
no way dude the prowler was just visiting the guys home... he hadn't received instructions not to be there and no crime had been committed until the vicious father attacked him
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house. He was then arrested by police. No wonder you think the McMichaels are innocent. You don't even know people are not allowed to break into someone's home. :lmao:

The grocery store worker might have been illegally profiling a transgender person just because he saw a male with a purse doesn't mean that man's are Criminal what kind of horrible monsters are you?
Nothing in the article you linked said anything about anyone being transgender. It did, however, state the purse was returned to the woman who was robbed and robber was later arrest. So here again, we see your proclivity to let criminals off the hook.

The other guy used a garage door opener to walk inside someone else's garage maybe it was a mistake or he was just visiting the garage looking for a drink of water and then the horrible man attacked him how many years of prison should he get?
Nope, you're lying again to cover for criminals. There's no mention in the article of the pervert being in the garage. And like the other criminals, it was arrested.

Just like with the McMichaels' case, you're just making shit up to protect the criminals. You sound like a criminal yourself, always defending criminals. Have you ever been convicted of a crime?
this was my favorite part, especially coming from a guy who's trying to defend an idiot who got caught TRESSPASSING
You dumbfuck, the intruder broke the law when he entered the house
LOL....SO DID ARBERRY!!!!!!
You're too stupid to recognize actual felonies being committed so I'm not surprised you don't know entering an unoccupied home is only a misdemeanor if there is no theft or intent to steal.

And you didn't answer ... have you ever been convicted of a crime? If so, what crime(s)?
actually I've been accused of multiple crimes but they could never get a conviction on me... I bet youve never been accused of a crime

there was an actual felony committed

when your criminal hero attacked a military veteran and a father trying to protect his neighborhood he committed a violent felony and that touched off the scenario that ultimately cost him his life

do you have a sexual attraction to Arberry?

perhaps there's something clouding your judgment
 
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By your cowardly interpretation of the law this Good Samaritan would be going to jail because his Detention of this purse snatcher would be deemed a felony crime superseding the simple theft

By your definition this man would be an evil Thug depriving the purse snatcher from his freedom to travel and arresting him just because he was running while holding a purse

perhaps he was just an innocent transgender citizen out for a jog

Not every man jogging with a purse is a criminal you know!!

Just because someone claimed a jogger committed a crime doesn't mean you have the right to run them down and illegally arrest them

How many years in prison do you think this evil grocery store employee deserves for his crimes

he's probably a racist
You've jumped off the ledge now. You're a pancake on the ground below.

Pancake, what part of -- the purse was returned to the victim and the robber was arrested for petty larceny, don't you understand?
Yeah but the grocery store employee didn't know that when he imprisoned him!!!

it could have just been a trans person jogging with a purse!!!

why do you hate trans people?

you're disgusting and terrible for hating trans people... I don't know if I can continue this conversation

he saw a trans person running with a purse and attacked him

He imprisoned that person even though he didn't see them commit a crime

He just saw somebody jogging and assumed they were guilty probably because he's a racist and transphobic

How can you support a racist transphobic individual who imprisons someone just because they were jogging with a purse???
 

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