When did the expectation "...don't annoy the public servant or he'll murder you in his official capacity..." become the societal norm? In the phrase "execute the public trust", I think someone's been using the wrong meaning for the word "execute".JoeRepublic said:The dude is lucky he didn't end up with 2 in the chest and his dashcam mysteriously 'disappeared'. I wouldn't recommend trying this in most parts of the country, or even at all. Again, he's lucky this trooper was a level headed guy. Next time, he may not be so lucky.
I had a pretty good idea where she was going, so I caught up with her as she exited the interstate, flashed my headlights, pulled up beside her at the traffic light, and motioned her to the gas station.Need more details... did you motion her over? Just slow in front of her? How'd the conversation go?
LOL No sir. And it isn't likely I'll do this again. I took a calculated risk, it turned out in my favor....this time.Mr. Iceman, have you ever been to jail before? Mr. Iceman?
just what do you think reporting a cop to a cop does?Just yesterday, I turned onto a road behind a police car behind another car. The speed limit there is 25. The first car went 25. The police car's brake lights showed its impatience. When there was a decent enough stretch of road, the police car passes across double-yellow lines. No lights or anything to indicate dire need to get somewhere.
I wished I was close enough to get the car number. I definitely would have reported.