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Louie the XIV Donating Member (113 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-21-07 01:07 AM
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27. LOL, No just a fellow practicioner of the law
thank you for the welcome.

I can understand how this can be convoluted to the layman, however the doctrine's intent is to deter felonies so I can't see how people can be too upset.
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  -Cop Searching For Suspect Dies In Traffic Accident, Suspect Later Convicted For His Death DeSwiss  Jul-20-07 11:43 PM   #0 
  - By that logic George W. Bushler is guilty of all the deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan  Swamp Rat   Jul-20-07 11:46 PM   #1 
  - Works for me.  GoddessOfGuinness   Jul-20-07 11:49 PM   #2 
  - Agreed....  DeSwiss   Jul-20-07 11:53 PM   #4 
  - That's a bad analogy, because he -is- responsible. (Deaths due to the WAR, anyway).  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 12:59 AM   #19 
  - Not according to BushBots.  Swamp Rat   Jul-21-07 01:04 AM   #23 
  - Well, that's different then!  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 01:13 AM   #29 
     - Exactamundo!  Swamp Rat   Jul-21-07 01:19 AM   #30 
  - How did this even get to court?  pokercat999   Jul-21-07 07:45 PM   #68 
     - These things usually happen because the "DA" is planning a run for political office , that's how. nm  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 10:16 PM   #71 
  - And, of course,  nathan hale   Jul-21-07 06:04 PM   #57 
  - Why stop there?...  misanthrope   Jul-20-07 11:51 PM   #3 
  - And if Mr. Tatoian hadn't been fooling around with Mrs. Tatoian....  DeSwiss   Jul-20-07 11:59 PM   #5 
  - Well-suited conviction  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 12:00 AM   #6 
  - Some are perfectly well acquainted with the law...  DeSwiss   Jul-21-07 12:09 AM   #7 
  - Ugh.  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 12:12 AM   #8 
     - Well, I'll get right on that....  DeSwiss   Jul-21-07 12:19 AM   #10 
        - You didn't  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 12:28 AM   #12 
           - Fair enough... n/t  DeSwiss   Jul-21-07 12:52 AM   #16 
  - Well Said  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 12:16 AM   #9 
  - You mean the ones governing "homicide?"**nm  misanthrope   Jul-21-07 12:20 AM   #11 
  - Care to elaborate?  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 12:29 AM   #14 
  - The only one requiring more acquaintance with "actual laws" is YOU.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 01:01 AM   #20 
  - Are you sure about that?  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 01:07 AM   #26 
  - Yes. I'm sure you're just as wrong, and just as proud of it, as you usually are. nm  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 01:12 AM   #28 
     - You are funny  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 01:26 AM   #32 
        - Not half as funny as you and your new pal Looey pretending to be lawyers. Now THAT'S comedy gold!  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 01:30 AM   #33 
           - LOL  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 01:48 AM   #35 
              - I concede only that you lack understanding of the subject under discussion, and thus appear foolish.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 01:55 AM   #36 
                 - I did read the OP  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 02:03 AM   #37 
                    - You're the one quoting "the law" at everyone- surely you don't need my help to find your error.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 02:11 AM   #38 
                       - I need your help!  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 02:19 AM   #39 
                          - Sorry, I have no formal training in abnormal psychology. I wouldn't know where to begin.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 03:14 AM   #41 
                             - Where to begin? With the actual law.  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 03:19 AM   #42 
                                - Who told you I have no formal training? NO ONE. You're just making stuff up as usual.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 02:40 PM   #43 
                                   - This should help clear it up for you  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 03:11 PM   #44 
                                   - Child, do you understand the phrase, "Don't tell your grandma how to suck eggs" ?  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 03:47 PM   #46 
                                      - LOL, Is this ranting and raving some kind of schtick?  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 04:19 PM   #47 
                                         - there is more in my "schtick" than is DREAMPT OF in your philosophy.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 04:38 PM   #48 
                                   - Well, that about summed it up! nt  Bluebear   Jul-21-07 03:14 PM   #45 
  - Just ignore them.  baby_mouse   Jul-21-07 07:40 PM   #66 
     - Poking morans with a pointy stick is one of the few evil habits I still allow myself.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 07:51 PM   #69 
  - It seems to be a question of proximate cause.  TahitiNut   Jul-21-07 01:01 AM   #22 
  - Nope  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 01:06 AM   #24 
  - The cause-in-fact requirement is often stretched to its limits in criminal law  BullGooseLoony   Jul-22-07 08:18 PM   #77 
  - Maybe that particular law is just fucking stupid  alcibiades_mystery   Jul-21-07 04:42 PM   #49 
  - So if a firefighter dies while putting out a fire caused by an arsonist  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 05:28 PM   #50 
     - Arson's a special category  alcibiades_mystery   Jul-21-07 05:45 PM   #52 
     - So there is no inherent risk of injury to bystanders in an armed robbery?  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 06:07 PM   #59 
     - Having been a firefighter at one time,  MadHound   Jul-22-07 10:03 PM   #81 
  - I have a question  dsc   Jul-21-07 06:08 PM   #60 
  - The Felony Murder Rule  aint_no_life_nowhere   Jul-22-07 05:41 PM   #74 
     - The officer was joining the pursuit of the armed felon  Louie the XIV   Jul-22-07 10:15 PM   #83 
  - Better luck next time, officer  Jed Dilligan   Jul-21-07 12:28 AM   #13 
  - Classy.  Raskolnik   Jul-21-07 05:39 PM   #51 
     - Glad someone noticed  Jed Dilligan   Jul-21-07 05:57 PM   #55 
        - Yeah, bullshit posts like that usually are just cries for attention.  Raskolnik   Jul-21-07 06:03 PM   #56 
           - Other than the enormous amount of damage  Jed Dilligan   Jul-21-07 06:07 PM   #58 
              - That officer was responsible for all that?  Raskolnik   Jul-21-07 06:23 PM   #61 
                 - They are all complicit, every last one of them.  Jed Dilligan   Jul-21-07 06:31 PM   #62 
                    - Broad brush meet utopian bullshit....  TnDem   Jul-22-07 05:12 PM   #73 
                       - The few good ones aren't worth saving.  Jed Dilligan   Jul-22-07 07:44 PM   #75 
                          - lol...  SayWhatYo   Jul-22-07 08:08 PM   #76 
  - So if a boy scout gets lost in the woods and a cop gets eaten by a bear searching for the scout.....  slampoet   Jul-21-07 12:46 AM   #15 
  - Here's a clue  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 12:57 AM   #17 
  - Ok so the Boy scout gets lost after stealing $1500 of scrap metal. A felony.  slampoet   Jul-21-07 09:22 PM   #70 
  - And a violent felony, at that. nt  BullGooseLoony   Jul-22-07 08:25 PM   #78 
  - This doctrine only applies when the suspect has committed a felony  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 12:57 AM   #18 
  - Hey are you my twin brother? LOL  Truthiness Inspector   Jul-21-07 01:01 AM   #21 
  - LOL, No just a fellow practicioner of the law  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 01:07 AM   #27 
     - SUUUURE you are. That's just so totally believable. I'm buying it completely, Looey.  dicksteele   Jul-21-07 01:26 AM   #31 
     - It isn't convoluted. It's idiotic.  baby_mouse   Jul-21-07 07:37 PM   #65 
  - Hm-m-m-m...thanks for the clarification.  Suich   Jul-21-07 01:30 AM   #34 
     - Did that involve an arsonist being charged for the death of a fireman?  Louie the XIV   Jul-21-07 02:30 AM   #40 
        - The son of the owners of the warehouse set it on fire,  Suich   Jul-21-07 06:39 PM   #63 
  - the scout did not commit a felony by getting lost in the woods EOM  pitohui   Jul-21-07 05:47 PM   #54 
  - Ah yes, that reminds me of this wonderful post from Citizen Spook!  yodermon   Jul-21-07 01:06 AM   #25 
  - uh yeah, this is the law in many states  pitohui   Jul-21-07 05:46 PM   #53 
  - What a stupid law.  baby_mouse   Jul-21-07 07:34 PM   #64 
  - It's just the felony-murder rule. It's extremely controversial.  BullGooseLoony   Jul-22-07 08:34 PM   #79 
  - This is completely absurd and unjust!!!!!!!! OMG, I'm getting to absolutely HATE THIS PLACE.  WinkyDink   Jul-21-07 07:45 PM   #67 
  - Don't commit a violent felony and you will be alright  Louie the XIV   Jul-22-07 10:17 PM   #84 
  - Well I'm glad to see that there are a few others....  DeSwiss   Jul-22-07 03:35 PM   #72 
  - why don't people inform themselves at least a little before going off on these extended rants?  pitohui   Jul-22-07 09:04 PM   #80 
  - Wow, I can't believe this will survive an appeal.  dorkulon   Jul-22-07 10:04 PM   #82 

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