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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    No, it was due to the fact that the yelled at the police, which is not against the law.
    It can be.

    Police may use a disorderly conduct charge to keep the peace when a person is behaving in a disruptive manner, but presents no serious public danger.

    Disorderly Conduct - Criminal Law

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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by tlmorg02 View Post
    Where is the law stating otherwise?
    I just posted a link describing disorderly conduct.

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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
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    Jul 24, 1:57 PM EDT
    By BOB SALSBERG
    Associated Press


    This should put to rest the BS about the arresting officer being the racist.
    In this story there are two racists Obama and Gates.
    Obama should be forced by public pressure and opinion to apologize on National TV.
    Not to be ironic, but this "story" is the same kind of race-baiting nonsense that the Harvard snob was engaged in.

    Oh, a black man says it wasn't racist so that makes it so!

    I don't need a minority to validate my opinion. I know there was nothing racist about this arrest. Silly article.

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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by aps View Post
    I just posted a link describing disorderly conduct.
    fortunately, we are still a republic, and each state is different.

    a generic link regarding disorderly conduct isn't really cutting it.

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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by Anima View Post
    Well, this officers opinion is certainly different than that of his employer, Cambridge PD, who have not only decided against persuing charges on this matter but have called the hole matter "regretable" and have said it should not be seen as demeaning Gates' character.

    Not to mention that the officer in question stated that he believed he was dealing with a home-owner after presented with Gates' idea, yet continued to escalate the situation. Gates was right in refusing the officer entry to his home; under US law, officers CANNOT demand entry to your home without a warrant. Good on the professor for exercising the few rights Americans still have regarding privacy and property.

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    Charges dropped against Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr.; arrest was 'regrettable'
    I agree that the Sgt's opinion differs from that of his employer, but I disagree with Gates refusing the officer entry. The officer most certainly had every right to enter the home without Gates consent given the nature of the 911 call. He thought he was investigating a burglary in progress.

    I absolutely disagree with the arrest for a multitude reasons, but the officer was well within his right to enter the residence, demand Gates I.D., and even handcuff him during the contact based upon all the circumstances.
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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Not to be ironic, but this "story" is the same kind of race-baiting nonsense that the Harvard snob was engaged in.

    Oh, a black man says it wasn't racist so that makes it so!

    I don't need a minority to validate my opinion. I know there was nothing racist about this arrest. Silly article.
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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    fortunately, we are still a republic, and each state is different.

    a generic link regarding disorderly conduct isn't really cutting it.
    FIrst of all, I am addressing the general statement that people can yell all they want if they are on their own property.

    I posted the Massachusetts law yesterday. It's written very archaicly. You can keep saying the arrest was wrong. I'll feel differently. You use the mayor as your rationale for saying it was wrong. I'll use the Cambridge Police Commissioner (who likely knows a teeny tiny bit more about the law than the mayor) for my position.

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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    breaking news - national news - world news - azcentral.com

    Jul 24, 1:57 PM EDT
    By BOB SALSBERG
    Associated Press


    This should put to rest the BS about the arresting officer being the racist.
    In this story there are two racists Obama and Gates.
    Obama should be forced by public pressure and opinion to apologize on National TV.




    Irony. This article does not help. When you point out that a black man agrees with white man cop, all you are doing is playing the same race card our president did and this professor did.
    You should try to remember, ideas are conveyed by researching information, vetting sources, and confirming said information. Not by regurgitating talking points given to you by your "news" station.
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    Re: Black officer at scholar's home supports arrest

    And it's that first element that screws Crowley's case. He never proved Gates had purpose to alarm the public nor did he substantiate his claim that there was a member of the public that was actually alarmed. His crappy report was very transparent and it cost him the case.
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