How LA Regulated A Burger Stand Out of Existence

Submitted by: wizemuler 4 years ago in

LAPD asks restaurant owner to "voluntarily comply" with so many "requests" that he goes out of business.
There are 32 comments:
Female 2,691
If there is so much crime there, why aren`t the police there 24/7?
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Male 3,463
And you all thought Florida was f`ed up
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Male 2,513
That is why NWA states,

F` the police! F` the police F` `em!
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Male 560
It`s the only business in the area of course it`sd going to be the focal point of the activity there. It`s a poo hole area with crime of course there are going to be crimes committed there. Crackers be crazy!
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Male 2,764
What I take away from this is that lot`s of crimes take place there, the cops know it, the cops are incapable of doing their jobs for whatever reason- be it incompetence or screwed up legal system, the cops blame business owner.
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Male 17,512
It`s THE ONLY damn burger shop in the area. So of course people are going to go there and possibly commit crimes, that`s not his fault.

It`s no wonder businesses are fleeing California for other states.
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Male 1,920
He should close it and open a doughnut shop.
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Male 38,498

It`s the gov`ment.
You must comply.
Resistance is futile.
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Male 10,855
[quote]Why is it with reason.tv that I get the impression they omit vital parts of the whole story?[/quote]

Like what?
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Male 10,855
I wonder if the cop ever felt like he was talking out of his ass.
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Male 15,832
"Let`s not have all the criminals gather in one place where we can keep an eye on them; let`s scatter them all over the city! Yeah, that`s the ticket!"
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Male 198
you know, it`d probably have been cheaper just to have a cop there 24/7. Because now there will be lost tax money from the business, and like he said, a vacant building will get a lot more graffiti than an occupied one.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Why is it with reason.tv that I get the impression they omit vital parts of the whole story?[/quote]
Because they leave out the lying liberal bull$#!+.
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Male 573
"Why is it with reason.tv that I get the impression they omit vital parts of the whole story?"

Because they are lying lonnie libertarians?
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Male 311
Someone tell those non-nice individuals that the government is supposed to work FOR US, not the other way around.
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Male 7,123
It does seem to be a case of being guilty of having unsalubrious clientelle in an unsalubrious district. I doubt CMOT Dibbler would be troubled.
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Male 250
Why is it with reason.tv that I get the impression they omit vital parts of the whole story?
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Male 3,612
@drawman61
this kind of thing dosen`t happen in North Korea.
and gays can get married there
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Male 3,612
fact criminals eat food.
with out fod criminals would be to hungey for crime.
so it is his fult
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Male 2,604
[quote]If they`re so concerned about crime at that location. Post a cop there.[/quote]

if it makes sense the government cant do it.
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Male 7,754
drawman61-"If this story was from North Korea..."

If this story was from North Korea, there would be no meat, no bread, no vegetables and no report of it.
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Male 2,390
mind you, I do love a tasty burger.
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Male 2,390
DromEd - Since meat == murder and murder is a crime then it would be safe to say that burgers, coming from meat, are == to crime
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Male 15,832
Liberals ruin everything.
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Male 7,775
If this story was from North Korea you would be calling for that governments downfall. Hey, gunshooters, I`m talkin to y`all.
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Male 2,841
Where is john galt when you need him?
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Female 655
We`re asking you to comply voluntarily. However, if you choose not to comply we`ll force it anyway. Seems legit.
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Male 2,468
So they guy runs a successful business in the crappiest part of town and the crime in the area is his fault? Burgers=Crime. Could some of you scientific types do the math and see if that equation balances?
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Male 1,429
If they`re so concerned about crime at that location. Post a cop there.
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Male 11,740
Wow, police and politicians being major douches. What a shock. I wish they would take a tour of the area and have their car break down. At night.
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Male 1,497
F*** the police.


99% of the time.
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Male 19
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