Fentanyl mover walks free

Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby cutter7 » Jan 25th, 2019, 4:46 am

Today its fentanyl yesterday it was oxycontin.
All a person has to do is Google oxycontin billionaires and do a little research to see the true origins of these drugs and who is really profiting.
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby dontrump » Jan 25th, 2019, 1:57 pm

GordonH wrote:
cutter7 wrote:The judge did his job properly , if you want convictions get the police to do their jobs properly as well.


Police forces in this country need to make a shift change, from 100% arrest record to insuring as close as possible a 100% conviction record.

Added: this can be done, it means police officers doing the job they are paid to do. Doing so within the law.



Like the cop was supposed to know that according to the judge the dog sat improperly and therefore breached this scum bags rights ? so this Judge feels this criminal scum bags rights are more important than the general public at large whom scum bags like this one endanger ? iam sorry but this judge has his head up his :swear:

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby dontrump » Jan 25th, 2019, 6:00 pm

you know what I was trying to explain this deal to my wife just now and this judge is so so embarrassing to us in general I finally had to just laugh and let it go :swear: :swear: :swear: :swear:
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby cutter7 » Jan 25th, 2019, 6:47 pm

A person goes to law school becomes a lawyer then a judge, then rises to supreme court , pretty sure he understands the law and how to interpret evidence.

If the prosecution thinks they have a case, they can appeal
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby common_sense_guy » Jan 26th, 2019, 10:30 am

What part of the rule of law don't you people understand. Yes he was obviously a drug dealer but the laws are there and you've all known them and they broke the law to do the search plain and simple. You want to blame anybody blame the police for not following protocol. You're blaming the judge who has set laws that he has to go by. Most of you are very misguided it appears. If you think that laws unfair stop whining and here and do something about it like the first post that said to talk to Steven furh
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby the truth » Jan 26th, 2019, 10:56 am

laws are there to protect the criminals, nothing more
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby RUEZ » Jan 26th, 2019, 3:14 pm

dontrump wrote:B .C. Supreme Court Justice Michael Brundrett is a *bleep* poor judge in fact in this case hes a *bleep* :swear:


https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/man-acquitted-after-police-seizure-of-27000-fentanyl-pills-thrown-out
be angry at the police who ruined this arrest by violating his rights. Upholding the charter of rights is more important than one criminal.
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby dle » Jan 26th, 2019, 4:45 pm

RUEZ wrote:
dontrump wrote:B .C. Supreme Court Justice Michael Brundrett is a *bleep* poor judge in fact in this case hes a *bleep* :swear:


https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/man-acquitted-after-police-seizure-of-27000-fentanyl-pills-thrown-out
be angry at the police who ruined this arrest by violating his rights. Upholding the charter of rights is more important than one criminal.



good grief....the drug dog couldn't sit exactly as he was trained because of the damn curb! The guys' rights weren't violated - the Judge should have taken the dog's "point" and attempt to sit exactly where he was supposed to, and all the dog's other actions in his investigation of the car that pointed to drugs being in that vehicle as his signal - not ignore the fact the dog had no room to do his "sit"! It's ludicrous! If he COULD have spoken he WOULD have plainly said "damn drugs are right there in the wheel well gggrrrrr but there's no room for me to park my butt woof woof"!

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby dontrump » Jan 26th, 2019, 4:58 pm

common_sense_guy wrote:What part of the rule of law don't you people understand. Yes he was obviously a drug dealer but the laws are there and you've all known them and they broke the law to do the search plain and simple. You want to blame anybody blame the police for not following protocol. You're blaming the judge who has set laws that he has to go by. Most of you are very misguided it appears. If you think that laws unfair stop whining and here and do something about it like the first post that said to talk to Steven furh


not so and cops never broke any law this :swear: judge made a decision that the dog did not in fact alert the cops about drugs so the :swear: judge said it was a unwarranted search ;; he took personal opinion and over ruled common sense and let this scum bag off the judge is out and out :swear: in my opinion
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby dontrump » Jan 26th, 2019, 5:01 pm

it just appalls me that all u liberals here side with the judge and start blaming the police or whatever
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby JagXKR » Jan 26th, 2019, 5:35 pm

RUEZ wrote:be angry at the police who ruined this arrest by violating his rights. Upholding the charter of rights is more important than one criminal.


More BS. Be angry at a system that puts criminals rights before the victims rights.
Why use a big word when a diminutive one will suffice.

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby JagXKR » Jan 26th, 2019, 5:44 pm

common_sense_guy wrote:What part of the rule of law don't you people understand. Yes he was obviously a drug dealer but the laws are there and you've all known them and they broke the law to do the search plain and simple. You want to blame anybody blame the police for not following protocol. You're blaming the judge who has set laws that he has to go by. Most of you are very misguided it appears. If you think that laws unfair stop whining and here and do something about it like the first post that said to talk to Steven furh


What part of the laws are broken don't you understand? And talk with Furh? That will not do anything. Waste of time.
This whole broken system is the fault of left wing liberal ideals and will never be anything other than a system to continually victimize victims over and over again.
Vigilante justice will start to be seen more and more as people are getting fed up with a system that does not and will not be for the innocent. A system that does nothing to stem a tide of criminality that shows no sign of getting better. A system does not protect the innocent.
Why use a big word when a diminutive one will suffice.

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby JagXKR » Jan 26th, 2019, 5:49 pm

cutter7 wrote:A person goes to law school becomes a lawyer then a judge, then rises to supreme court , pretty sure he understands the law and how to interpret evidence.

If the prosecution thinks they have a case, they can appeal



Pretty sure they interpret the law due to their own prejudices.
And yes there goes the never ending cycle that the system perpetuates. No real justice and money poured down the drain for dirt bags.
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby GordonH » Jan 26th, 2019, 5:49 pm

RUEZ wrote:be angry at the police who ruined this arrest by violating his rights. Upholding the charter of rights is more important than one criminal.

JagXKR wrote:More BS. Be angry at a system that puts criminals rights before the victims rights.


I will re-quote what I said earlier in this thread.
GordonH wrote:Police forces need to do their due diligence & follow those laws they are responsible to up hold, no cutting corners.
If the police suspect something then do it by the book i.e to the letter of the law (so the judges can't throw it out).

So it is airtight for the crown attorneys to get a conviction (lazy policing needs to end)
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby RUEZ » Jan 26th, 2019, 6:36 pm

JagXKR wrote:
RUEZ wrote:be angry at the police who ruined this arrest by violating his rights. Upholding the charter of rights is more important than one criminal.


More BS. Be angry at a system that puts criminals rights before the victims rights.

The sad part is, the cop has some good intuition and was right all along. Had he gotten a search warrant instead of relying on sketchy dog detection we wouldn't be having this discussion. It's common knowledge that they train these dogs to react on their command.
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