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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Yea, I have been with State Farm for 31 years. Gotten plenty of notices of cancellation. Day late, they send them out. Very short grace period.
    10 days, not a day.

    and it's a notice, where if you pay, there is no lapse in coverage.


    If there is, then the state follows up with a request to prove you have insurance, this process takes at minimum 40 days.


    so for 40 days, she could have figured out that she hadn't paid her insurance.

    Especially since being "hacked" and getting a new card, I am sure she was hypervigilant about all moneys coming and going in that account at the time.


    Oh, and how dare she let her debit card get hacked. I know right, nail her to the wall for that. Happened to me too, must me a real scofflaw I am. I tell yea. Us out laws running the streets are a real threat to national security.

    No one faults her or you for having your cards compromised, **** happens. but failing to pay and maintain insurance is against the law, and who is responsible for making sure they are an insured driver?

    Not quite as bad as selling .50 loosies on a street corner, but it's still the law.


    And again, what would you do if you found that cop?


    Did you check to see if it was against department regulation to give someone not being arrested or detained a "lift"?

    Did you check to see if it was against department regulations to let her use thier personal phones?

    Did you consider he could have impounded her car?

    Did you or she file a complaint against the officer?



    I've never had a problem figuring out paying my bills, so I can't relate, but I do know my insurance agent would call me if there was an issue.
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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    Ok, whatever Rambo. You brought it up.
    Yes I did. Bad police behavior is something to go after. His commanding officer is well aware.

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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    10 days, not a day.

    and it's a notice, where if you pay, there is no lapse in coverage.


    If there is, then the state follows up with a request to prove you have insurance, this process takes at minimum 40 days.


    so for 40 days, she could have figured out that she hadn't paid her insurance.

    Especially since being "hacked" and getting a new card, I am sure she was hypervigilant about all moneys coming and going in that account at the time.





    No one faults her or you for having your cards compromised, **** happens. but failing to pay and maintain insurance is against the law, and who is responsible for making sure they are an insured driver?

    Not quite as bad as selling .50 loosies on a street corner, but it's still the law.


    And again, what would you do if you found that cop?


    Did you check to see if it was against department regulation to give someone not being arrested or detained a "lift"?

    Did you check to see if it was against department regulations to let her use thier personal phones?

    Did you consider he could have impounded her car?

    Did you or she file a complaint against the officer?



    I've never had a problem figuring out paying my bills, so I can't relate, but I do know my insurance agent would call me if there was an issue.
    Oh, so many stupid questions. Where to begin. Glad you walk on water as well.
    So, you have NEVER missed a bill. Either you have none, or are so young its never happened. Other wise you are full of it.
    But hey, good job making this about me. I should have known the shallow thinkers here would do just that.

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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Oh, so many stupid questions. Where to begin. Glad you walk on water as well.
    So, you have NEVER missed a bill. Either you have none, or are so young its never happened. Other wise you are full of it.
    But hey, good job making this about me. I should have known the shallow thinkers here would do just that.



    You made it about you.


    Missed a bill? sure. had insurance lapse because of it, nope.

    And no I haven't missed a bill in years. Could be because I have an accountant for all that, who knows. *shrug*




    My point has and always has been that garner was attacked, needlessly over a loosie, a "Crime" no worse than not paying your auto insurance/driving on a suspended license. yet one had to walk home, the other got choked, and died.


    Life ain't fair I guess.
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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    You made it about you.


    Missed a bill? sure. had insurance lapse because of it, nope.

    And no I haven't missed a bill in years. Could be because I have an accountant for all that, who knows. *shrug*




    My point has and always has been that garner was attacked, needlessly over a loosie, a "Crime" no worse than not paying your auto insurance/driving on a suspended license. yet one had to walk home, the other got choked, and died.


    Life ain't fair I guess.
    Related a personal story to show that I don't always condone police behavior. That does not make it "about me". Try again.

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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Related a personal story to show that I don't always condone police behavior. That does not make it "about me". Try again.


    CLUE: Stop talking about you and yours and no one else will.


    You can't bring something up then complain when people talk about it. You are ignoring my on topic posts. I would think you would have preferred to steer the conversation away from your personal drama here.
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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Nope, State Farm suspends your insurance as soon as you are late and informs the state with in 72 hours.
    Irresponsible? Yea right. I can bet she makes more than you as a aero space tech.
    Any way, I know you love to jump on anyone that relays a personal experience. Due to the fact you never leave your mothers basement. But I relayed that to show that I don't always every time condone police behaviors.
    Thanks for playing.
    Upon the lapse of your Florida auto policy, your insurance carrier is required by law to immediately notify the state. The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles will in turn notify you to provide proof of new coverage. If you fail to provide this new proof, your license, plates and registration will be suspended for up to three years. Once this suspension is in place, you will have to provide the state with proof of a new policy and pay a fee of $150 to have your license, plates and registration reinstated.

    Obviously your sister isn't all the high income if she's paying her insurance on a monthly basis. Insurance is significantly lower if paid annually.

    PLUS it meant her proof of insurance card was outdated - and she would have known she hadn't gotten a new one. Officers don't phone in to see if the card is good or not, so once again she knew or decided the law does matter to her.

    Not even counting she was driving without insurance, she could have been arrested on the spot, up to 60 days in jail for driving on a suspended license. Plus driving without insurance. Plus what she was pulled over for.

    So the officer gave her a break. A BIG break.

    There is a possibility, of course, she started acting like you. Telling the officer how important she is, how she makes more money than he does, and how she knows a lot of cops and he'll get his if he doesn't just let her off the hook and let her keep driving with no insurance on a suspended license. After listening to her crap he still didn't arrest her. But to her (and your) demand that he just agree she's above the law and can keep driving on a suspended license with no insurance he said no. He got sick of hearing her crap, but still gave her a break not arresting her.

    She overrated her self importance over everyone else and over the officer, which is what your messages reflect about yourself. In short, she was entirely at fault and probably acted like you do in your messages - tantrums and declarations of superiority deserving special treatment - when pulled over.

    Oh, and then there is that she was pulled over too. What illegal activity was she involved in that caused that to happen in the first place?
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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    CLUE: Stop talking about you and yours and no one else will.


    You can't bring something up then complain when people talk about it. You are ignoring my on topic posts. I would think you would have preferred to steer the conversation away from your personal drama here.
    No drama. And yes, I am ignoring you.

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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Upon the lapse of your Florida auto policy, your insurance carrier is required by law to immediately notify the state. The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles will in turn notify you to provide proof of new coverage. If you fail to provide this new proof, your license, plates and registration will be suspended for up to three years. Once this suspension is in place, you will have to provide the state with proof of a new policy and pay a fee of $150 to have your license, plates and registration reinstated.

    Obviously your sister isn't all the high income if she's paying her insurance on a monthly basis. Insurance is significantly lower if paid annually.

    PLUS it meant her proof of insurance card was outdated - and she would have known she hadn't gotten a new one. Officers don't phone in to see if the card is good or not, so once again she knew or decided the law does matter to her.

    Not even counting she was driving without insurance, she could have been arrested on the spot, up to 60 days in jail for driving on a suspended license. Plus driving without insurance. Plus what she was pulled over for.

    So the officer gave her a break. A BIG break.

    There is a possibility, of course, she started acting like you. Telling the officer how important she is, how she makes more money than he does, and how she knows a lot of cops and he'll get his if he doesn't just let her off the hook and let her keep driving with no insurance on a suspended license. After listening to her crap he still didn't arrest her. But to her (and your) demand that he just agree she's above the law and can keep driving on a suspended license with no insurance he said no. He got sick of hearing her crap, but still gave her a break not arresting her.

    She overrated her self importance over everyone else and over the officer, which is what your messages reflect about yourself. In short, she was entirely at fault and probably acted like you do in your messages - tantrums and declarations of superiority deserving special treatment - when pulled over.

    Oh, and then there is that she was pulled over too. What illegal activity was she involved in that caused that to happen in the first place?
    Just to answer the last question. Because all you other statement is BS.
    He pulled her because the plates were also suspended. Because of the insurance. He just ran her plates as he was driving down the road. Bright yellow Mustangs with blonds will get the attention of cops every time.
    You will also notice I have not defended or made excuses for her lapse. Only that the cop left her in a bad place on the side of the road with no communication and seemed to really not give a crap what may or could happen to her.
    Only that he got a chance to screw with someone and write a ticket.
    Enjoy walking on water.
    Personally I would have waited till he was out of sight and jumped in and hauled ass home. But she wanted to "abide" by his commands.
    Being a law abiding citizen is not boiler plate against some cop being a prick.
    And I pay my insurance monthly as well. I guess you think that means something. Well it don't. I have paid it quarterly at times, monthly, yearly. Means nothing.
    Your BS has failed and your insults are the result of you being a weak minded weak kneed individual.
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    Re: No Indictment in Chokehold Death

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    No drama. And yes, I am ignoring you.


    I can tell. Thank you for the concession.


    officer's overenforced the law and the chokehold was out of line with the crime that he was allegedly committing.
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