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Author Topic: Creating criminals is job security for corrupt police, government agencies, etc.  (Read 650 times)
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April 21, 2016, 12:24:01 AM
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False positive drug tests. Some of the widely distributed field drug tests commonly used by police test positive when exposed to a variety of non-contraband substances. Some even test positive when only exposed to AIR.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djXVnmrlKvE

If you test positive when you have done no harm, and the police arrest you, time to make money.

First thing you say is, "Is that an order," any time a cop tells you to do something. If you are doing something violent, he might not answer you but he just might taze you. But if you aren't doing anything violent, it is one person giving another person an order. Take his order and later, after things have settled down, write up an invoice for payment for following his order without cause.

I mean, you give the waitress your order and then you pay her. So, why shouldn't the cop pay you when you take his order? Money time. It might cost you your job if he gets you on the way to work. Get enough out of him or his bond to cover severance pay and all your hardship.

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As some one that ran a foul of the law as a kid I know better than to blindly believe in the law and most people believe in it till they get burnt by it. Just the way things go for a lot of aspects of life.

That's true, both as a kid and as an adult. That's why we need to ban together and fight the criminal law enforcement people. After all, you as a kid didn't know enough of the law to fight it properly.

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