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dunkinsdonut 10/22/12 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by Br&New182 (Post 114465282)
Guess he was driving in the wrong Neighborhoods


lolol

PirateSkater182 10/22/12 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by nicolerork (Post 114465672)
Haha, I meant "neck" tattoo. Whoooops!

Haha I was just picking.

ChaseTx 10/22/12 10:45 AM

He's right though, it's inefficient and an extreme inconvenience to a law-abiding citizen to be held for 4 hours without a real reason. The fact that he was trying to pick up his kids makes it worse. When they do this to someone, they should be required to repay them for the inconvenience.

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Originally Posted by Poochemist (Post 114464752)
If it ever happens again, you don't have to consent to searches if they ask. If they do it without permission, you can file a complaint for an unlawful search.

Cops actually have a right to search based on "reasonable suspicion", which is up to their judgement, so whenever they want.

ZachMadeMeOdd 10/22/12 10:48 AM

I get what he's saying, and maybe a car search was a little extensive. But he should try and understand that LAPD deal with gang members and dealers regularly who have illegal mods to cars and are covered in tattoos DAILY. Unless this cop insulted him, and/or blatantly profiled him, get used to it. You look like a crackhead Barker.

Archael 10/22/12 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by ablueskytragedy (Post 114462872)
Cops are assholes most of the time. Get a clue man...

With that being said Travis Barker is taking this like a little bitch

1st statement is debatable

2nd is not, good on ya

paperlung 10/22/12 10:52 AM

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Originally Posted by ChaseTx (Post 114465822)
Cops actually have a right to search based on "reasonable suspicion", which is up to their judgement, so whenever they want.


Not to mention if they have dogs and the dog gives any sort of reaction, that is definitely enough to be considered 'reasonable suspicion'.

HereOnAndOut 10/22/12 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by ChaseTx (Post 114465822)
He's right though, it's inefficient and an extreme inconvenience to a law-abiding citizen to be held for 4 hours without a real reason. The fact that he was trying to pick up his kids makes it worse. When they do this to someone, they should be required to repay them for the inconvenience.


Cops actually have a right to search based on "reasonable suspicion", which is up to their judgement, so whenever they want.


He was held "4 an hour" not for 4 hours lol. That's not entirely unreasonable...and I think the biggest point is if u drive without a tag, expect to get pulled. Lol

ChaseTx 10/22/12 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by HereOnAndOut (Post 114466372)
He was held "4 an hour" not for 4 hours lol. That's not entirely unreasonable...and I think the biggest point is if u drive without a tag, expect to get pulled. Lol

ah, ok, shorthand threw me off, haha. Still a huge pain, and could have caused a problem if his daughter was waiting somewhere for him.

koryoreo 10/22/12 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by guitarguy211 (Post 114462632)
Celebrities complaining about the authorities doing their duty annoys me so much.

EDIT: Profiles are made because they're generally true.

That is a ridiculously ignorant opinion. So is it alright to stereotype people too because stereotypes hold true "most" of the time according to your "logic"? People shouldn't have to fear being questioned by police because of how they look. If you aren't guilty of anything, it's pretty embarrassing/a big inconvenience to be questioned by police for no reason other than you look "suspicious". You obviously don't understand because you are sheltered and don't understand how things work in the real world. Put the shoe on the other foot and you probably wouldn't be making such a blasphemous statement.

tell that mick 10/22/12 11:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Poochemist (Post 114465382)
Thanks for the post, that was really informative.


UnderMyDreams 10/22/12 11:29 AM

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Originally Posted by jonwangcb (Post 114463092)
So the same thing happened a year ago? Meaning, he got a fix it ticket a year ago and didn't fix it? Cops had the right to pull him over. Getting pulled over, rightfully, twice in the span of a year or so is not profiling.

And I doubt they "accused" him of having drugs or weapons in his car...they probably asked, like they ask most young people who get pulled over.


If they weren't "accusing him" then why did they detain him and search his car...?

Poochemist 10/22/12 11:59 AM

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Originally Posted by tell that mick (Post 114467762)

Ha, sincere!

tell that mick 10/22/12 12:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Poochemist (Post 114468962)
Ha, sincere!

Well in that case, you are very welcome, and I apologize for my skepticism. :-)

IV. 10/22/12 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by guitarguy211 (Post 114462632)
Celebrities complaining about the authorities doing their duty annoys me so much.

EDIT: Profiles are made because they're generally true.

You and other people gave him the name "celebrity" Im sure if you asked him what he was he would say a normal guy that plays music. People forget that these "celebrities" are human. And he was just going off about something that makes him mad. Like a normal human being is allowed to do.

DandonTRJ 10/22/12 12:18 PM

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Originally Posted by sammyboy516 (Post 114463692)
The Los Angeles police department police.

/thatguy

Hah, came here to say the same thing.