Bait car!!

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Eric007, May 13, 2013.

  1. Eric007

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    That's one of my favorate shows!

    Check that smile at 2:54...LOL:D
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmxDLAtj6jE

    And " I'm gonna drive this m**********r:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9Dmj1dsbGI

    And this time around police LOSES:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsGlKjZbKKo

    I like watching that BUT I also think these operations are a bit wrong in the sense that they target high Crime Area with temptations to ensure the jail cycle continue for those already doing it hard...

    This is creating more crime on top of existing ones...BUT/AND this is their way of creating jobs...LOL

    Enjoy!
     
  2. #12

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    I've seen real entrapment, and it doesn't look like this. People that will take anything that isn't nailed down are criminals. My friend, who refused to get drugs for a cop for 4 months, and finally gave in and got him some drugs, demonstrated for 4 months that he wouldn't ordinarily do that, but he couldn't afford to buy justice so he spent a year in prison. THAT was entrapment.

    If the cops stood by the bait car for 4 months trying to persuade a person that kept saying, "no", that would be entrapment.
     
  3. Georacer

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    Eric, do you think posting that particular collection of videos does good service to the site community?
     
  4. Eric007

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    I am sorry Sir!:(

    Well I thought as this is *off topic* and these videos ain't nothing to do with politics, religion and...so that would not be a problem!

    Je suis desole!
     
  5. Georacer

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    You haven't broken any rules, but judging by the recent past, trouble will find this thread soon.

    I 'll leave it open, though, since it's within bounds. I hope time proves me wrong.
     
  6. JoeJester

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    No one went up to the thieves and asked them to commit a crime. They saw the opportunity and took it. What's next? The owner of the car is at fault because they left the keys in the ignition?
     
  7. #12

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    I've actually seen that happen. I was vacationing in Indianapolis when I saw a man checking for unlocked doors. When he found one, he went into a garage, opened the rear door of a station wagon, lifted up a concealing cover, and stole the spare tire. I asked another seemingly respectable person from that neighborhood about what happened and she said it was unreasonable to present that level of temptation to a passing stranger.

    I think it's OK to say who the respectable person was because she is dead now.
    http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/flo-garvin-deakyne-succumbs/Content?oid=1205218#.UZG2YUrdWHt
     
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