Cop Questions Escaped Convict, Lets Him Go

Submitted by: Dr_Sexy 4 years ago in Weird

The name"s Robert, Did I say Robert? I meant Jimmy.
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Male 4,163
this is not the con you`re looking for
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Female 4,359
lol
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Male 700
Good guy criminal
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Female 6,381
Oh, this guy is smooth! Okay, except for the Robert/Jimmy thing. I wonder if he was jailed for pulling cons on people.
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Male 2,143
It`s 114 degrees and this cop throws his cigarette on the ground. Wonder how many roadside fires occur in his vicinity?
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Male 684
yeah, 110 makes brain no worky. that being said if you have s man with no id, and an escape convict, you probably should detain them until you can verify their identity.
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Male 390
The fugitive is pacing and moving about nervously the entire time. Huge giveaway. Not saying this is an easy situation, but in retrospect the guy is moving way too much for a regular citizen being stopped by police.
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Male 7,807
better 100 men go free than for 1 man to be wrongly imprisoned.
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Male 1,471
The guy is a good actor.. Yeah, the cop should have probably caught the name change..
But as @paperduck says, here is a cop that actually hold true to the principles that you all cry for, when there is video of some cop harassing people on the street for no reason...
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Male 946
[quote]No one ever said cops were smart.[/quote]

Actually, cops are pretty smart. Consider for a minute the officer treated this man respectfully and the man treated the officer with respect as well. The only thing the officer did wrong was miss the name change from Robert to Jimmy. But you have to remember, it was 114 degrees outside, it was a 10 minute friendly conversation, and the officer IS human. So he missed the name change. So what. As police confrontations go, this was a win.
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Male 1,803
114F. Fark that`s hot...
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Male 840
How old can we go? 2006 but still interesting. Why run when you can talk your way out of trouble?
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Male 1,745
If he demands ID or detains first and asks questions later of an innocent person, then everyone will complain of their rights being violated. If he abides by the principle to presume innocence of citizens and interfere as little as possible with their freedom and accidently let`s an escapee go, people then complain that he didn`t do his job or that he`s stupid.
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Male 311
No one ever said cops were smart.
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Male 76
Those WERE the droids we were looking for.
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Female 1,894
DERP.
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Female 65
My hometown. People were freaking out about this.
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Male 39,603

That was sarcasm, don`t hate me, haters.
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Male 39,603

Well, in the cops defense, this guy was white so it`s not likely he committed a crime.

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Male 453
The Sherlock is strong in this one.
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Male 3,115
Send this cop to the illegal, ineffective immigration checkpoints located well within our borders- he`ll fit right in.
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Male 646
That was awfully buddy-buddy from the beginning. I wish cops here were that nice; they`re usually just serious.

This reminds me of the Chapelle skit
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Male 1,596
Link: Cop Questions Escaped Convict, Lets Him Go [Rate Link] - The name`s Robert, Did I say Robert? I meant Jimmy.
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