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To: dragnet2
Could you point out where in the article it stated he "popped" the mints in his mouth as the traffic stop commenced?

Have you ever had a breath mint?

If you had, you would know that they usually dissolve in a about a minute in your mouth. Time one someday, with a real watch. A few crunches with your teeth and they are gone in seconds.

Every time I have been stopped for a traffic infraction, there is a wait long enough to dissolve a lot of mints while the cop checks the license plate before approaching the car.

It is just not feasible that he had the breath mints in his mouth before being pulled over. And, how many times have you ever put multiple breath mints in your mouth unless you were trying to cover up some breath problem?

50 posted on 08/20/2009 9:11:30 PM PDT by CurlyDave
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To: CurlyDave

Was there ever any proof that they were not actually breath mints?

Did they find any crack in him, on him, or with him?

‘Suspicious breath mint’ arrest seems rather statist to me.


51 posted on 08/21/2009 5:16:27 AM PDT by Eagle Eye (Kenya? Kenya? Kenya just show us the birth certificate?)
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To: CurlyDave
If I am being pulled over for anything, it is not the time to pop a few breath mints.

Could you point out where in the article it stated he "popped" the mints in his mouth as the traffic stop commenced?

It is just not feasible that he had the breath mints in his mouth before being pulled over.

What?? Not feasible? lol....

There is nothing in the article to support your speculation. Zip nada...

52 posted on 08/21/2009 8:41:11 AM PDT by dragnet2
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