Skip to comments.Arrested on fishing without a license charge, is it unusual or not?
Posted on 08/15/2008 9:48:02 AM PDT by AuntB
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Reader/Commentator gets Fried
Last comment to “Theantiterry” rips him a new one.
“It is VERY rare to be arrested for a lot of the things people are getting arrested for in Alamance County. Mainly Brown people.” -anti
Examples please. It’s easy to spout off here but harder to back up your statements with actual facts.
As for driving without a license, did it ever occur to you that people who don’t know our driving laws put EVERYBODY on the road in danger including themselves?
Lady, just a week or so ago, a lady here in Mebane was stopped with an EXPIRED, note I said EXPEIRED in both post, license. No insurance. EXPIRED tag. She DROVE away with a ticket.
These guys were arrested for no FISHING license. The story said they had no license among them. They were no caught or charged with operating a motor vehicle with no license.
Learn to read woman, or Monte in drag.
No fishing license is a prime example.
Expired license is another, usually a ticket, not jail.
Expired inspection is another.
There are a lot of things people are getting locked up for.
I do not have the time to argue with someone who can’t read, you are dismissed!
You seem to have difficulty understanding the difference between having a valid, verified NC resident’s address (as was the case with the Mebane woman, even though it expired) and not having any verifiable, legal residence whatsoever (as was the case with the five illegal aliens). The Officer explained the five illegals had no verifiable address and posed a definite flight risk for any citation issued and it was his duty to deter them, with incarceration if need be. Or didn’t you bother to read that part? Don’t worry, it appears Ehber Rossi has the same dysfunctional cerebral response.
READING IS FUNDAMENTAL.
Comparing a legal resident of the state with an expired license to an illegal alien who is a certain flight risk is not using good judgement because any STATE ISSUED DRIVER LICENSE number has an ADDRESS and now a SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER associated with the NAME, whether the license is revoked, expired, or even lost.
The Officer did his job and did it well. We should make a note of an accusatory tone of racism from your “Mainly Brown people,” comment. For your information, because some 98% or more of illegal aliens who steal/have stolen their way into the US have Mexican or Latin American origins, and because some who have chosen to be here illegally eventually end up getting caught when checked for any host of unrelated issues does not make Officers prejudiced nor does it make others racist for pointing out those facts. The DHS’s own statistics as reported by the US Border Patrol on apprehensions by nationality attest the 98% - READ IT. So GUESS WHAT? that statistically makes the chance of crossing paths with one who entered the US illegally “BROWN”, by your definition. If you want to insinuate racism toward Brown people, might I suggest you begin lodging your complaint with Chertoff and the DHS for issuing their numbers?
You are now dismissed as well.