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Thursday, August 31, 2006

The do's and don'ts of cussing out a cop

Mostly don'ts, I would think
A judge has rejected a New York City man's argument that he had a First Amendment right to tell a police officer to perform an anatomical impossibilty. Allowing such language, the judge said, would amount to a verbal "open season" on cops.

I posted a link to this story in a  round-up earlier today , and it drew this comment:

  • no lie - a friend of mine was arrested for "S[hopping]WB" and after showing he had nothing in his pockets by dropping his pants, he told the security guard (an off-duty KCMO police officer), "now, you can ..." immediate arrest, trauma to this day - and of course the judge laughed his butt off and threw the whole thing out of court.
  • Posted by: kmb | Thursday, August 31, 2006 at 11:10 AM


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