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To: catnipman

Can you rob a bank and then turn the money over when it looks like you might get caught? The way it’s going to be run most likely is over the radio. I guarantee you when the sargeant hears that an officer has run the serial number on a stolen firearm and no arrrest was made he’s going to have a lot of questions for that officer.


12 posted on 05/05/2013 5:51:28 PM PDT by suthener
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To: suthener; All

“I guarantee you when the sargeant hears that an officer has run the serial number on a stolen firearm and no arrrest was made he’s going to have a lot of questions for that officer.”

I have never heard of a prosecution such as you are describing. Have you an article somewhere to show that it has happened?

I am not saying that it is impossible, but I believe such prosecutions to be extremely rare, and as you suggest, politically motivated.

If a prosecutor has decided to prosecute you, no matter what, he can find a way. The average person commits three felonies a day, whether they want to or not.


13 posted on 05/05/2013 8:25:25 PM PDT by marktwain (The MSM must die for the Republic to live. Long live the new media!)
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