[*BCM*] MPLS biker tased, detained, framed, taken to trial--all based on clea
pfadfa at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 19 21:46:21 EDT 2007
I completely agree that I should be able to reasonably discuss the point
without being attacked by a taser-wielding goon. But, as we can all tell,
that's not how things are. So, taking them as they are, I'd be interested
in knowing how best to handle an imperfect situation in which I could have a
taser pointed at me. I'd love to snap my fingers and have cops do what
they're supposed to do and drivers do what they're supposed to do and on and
on. But I can't. And I don't know anyone who can. So I'd be interested in
knowing the best way to deal with an obviously imperfect situation.
>From: Jym Dyer <jym at econet.org>
>Reply-To: Boston CM <list at bostoncriticalmass.org>,Boston Critical Mass
><list at bostoncriticalmass.org>
>To: Boston CM <list at bostoncriticalmass.org>
>Subject: Re: [*BCM*] MPLS biker tased, detained, framed,taken to trial--all
>based on clea
>Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 15:54:54 -0700
> > So my question is, if a police officer tells you to do
> > something dangerous, what is the correct way to respond?
>=v= The law's wording changes from state to state, but citizens
>are supposed to obey a police order UNLESS that order is to do
>something dangerous and/or illegal. The basic problem is, who
>is going to to enforce that "unless" part?
>=v= You should be able to reasonably discuss the point without
>being attacked by a taser-wielding goon.
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