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Reply #165: it was not justified, dude committed a crime but you don't handle his crime like this [View All]

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pitohui Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-02-11 06:42 PM
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165. it was not justified, dude committed a crime but you don't handle his crime like this
there's no doubt that he put the game in his waistband, this seems to be agreed upon by everyone, if the "i was trying to save grandson" story were true, then he would have simply dropped the game and gone to his grandson, not tried to stash goodies in his pants --

so he did a stupid thing and invented a stupid excuse when he got caught -- and lying, weaseling self excusers are not real sympathetic to security staff or LEOs and i can understand that they got pissed off BUT security staff/LEOs are not allowed to respond to a nonviolent crime with this degree of force -- they are supposed to be trained professionals who know how to handle a situation, not goons indulging in a fit of temper because they were disrespected by a thief w. a stupid story

everybody was in the wrong here
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