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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    And Mayor Michael Bloomberg said his police department's monitoring of Muslims - even outside the city at colleges in Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and upstate New York - was "legal," "appropriate" and "constitutional."

    Effing prick. There really is nothing more I can add.

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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    what makes you think NYPD have the right to make an arrest outside of New York?

    guess what....they don't.

    when they leave New York State, they are regular citizens.....and have no right to carry their guns or make arrests.
    I never said they could make an arrest as in an arresting officer... However, they could legally detain anyone in an act of committing a crime, ANYWHERE it was taking place, just like you and I could in most circumstances.


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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    And Mayor Michael Bloomberg said his police department's monitoring of Muslims - even outside the city at colleges in Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and upstate New York - was "legal," "appropriate" and "constitutional."

    Effing prick. There really is nothing more I can add.

    he threatened the NYC Council, that if they didn't vote to give him three terms, he would personally finance their opposition in the next election.

    yeah, this man is hard to defend sometimes.

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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
    I never said they could make an arrest... However, they could legally detain anyone in an act of committing a crime, ANYWHERE it was taking place, just like you and I could in most circumstances.


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    sure, if we see someone being mugged, killed, raped, or a house or car being robbed.

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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    sure, if we see someone being mugged, killed, raped, or a house or car being robbed.
    Well, yeah, that's right. I imagine that if XYZ police dude see's some Muslim he's been surveiling about to do some nasty business to some unsuspecting American citizens then he'd have his handy-dandy walkie talkie out calling in the proper authorities..

    So, like I said, as much as you may not like it, Bloomberg was correct in his statement to the media. Now, go out and try and have ole Bloomy removed from office and see how far that get's ya.


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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
    So, like I said, as much as you may not like it, Bloomberg was correct in his statement to the media. Now, go out and try and have ole Bloomy removed from office and see how far that get's ya. ...
    it would be more interesting if Bloomy is charged with a crime in NJ.

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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    yes, there is a crime of "terrorism", in the NYS penal code.

    dude, terrorists have been striking this city since the early 20th century.

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    Thanks, Thunder, Va does not have an anti terrorist law as far as I know or can find.

    It does bring up an interesting point: If Arizona cannot make their own laws to stop illegal border invaders from coming into the state on the grounds that it is a federal function, why, then, does NYC have the right to have their own anti terrorist laws? Even in their own state, let alone elsewhere.

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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    Thanks, Thunder, Va does not have an anti terrorist law as far as I know or can find.

    It does bring up an interesting point: If Arizona cannot make their own laws to stop illegal border invaders from coming into the state on the grounds that it is a federal function, why, then, does NYC have the right to have their own anti terrorist laws? Even in their own state, let alone elsewhere.
    well, terrorism is a crime that can be committed in any state. that's why without such laws, terrorism can be charged in the courts under murder, arson, assault, or other laws.

    sure, a state can do that, if they wish. but honestly, your question is best for another thread.

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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    The government has always infiltrated groups seen as potentially dangerous. I remember on person joking he suspected that there were more government agents in the KKK than KKK members.

    Besides, it's Columbia U. I don't put any stock coming out of that source.
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    Re: NYPD surveillance of students called 'disgusting'

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    The government has always infiltrated groups seen as potentially dangerous. I remember on person joking he suspected that there were more government agents in the KKK than KKK members.

    Besides, it's Columbia U. I don't put any stock coming out of that source.
    the FBI's jurisdiction is the entire USA.

    NYC's jurisdiction is NYC. If we are gonna allow local police to fight crime and do stings in other cities & states, we might as well just make all police Federal law enforcement.

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