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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    My observation was broad and neutral. If the shoe fits....

    By his words, ye shall know him.
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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    My observation was broad and neutral. If the shoe fits....

    By his words, ye shall know him.
    Yes sir, officer.

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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    LOL. We're cool.
    Legislating to prevent people's acts is fantasy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    LOL. We're cool.
    Yes we are, my friend. Take care.

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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    Sounds like OP's got a pretty big chip on his shoulder.

    He asked what range you came from? How horrible. And then, when met with odd silence, had the nerve to ask where you're from? My goodness. Its almost as if acting standoffish during a traffic stop is going to pique a cop's interest. Who would have thought.

    And then, after all that, he didn't cite you and let your bro know his LTCF was expired? What a terrible guy. Clearly just wanted you to lick his jack boots.

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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    Quote Originally Posted by PA86 View Post
    Sounds like OP's got a pretty big chip on his shoulder.

    He asked what range you came from? How horrible. And then, when met with odd silence, had the nerve to ask where you're from? My goodness. Its almost as if acting standoffish during a traffic stop is going to pique a cop's interest. Who would have thought.

    And then, after all that, he didn't cite you and let your bro know his LTCF was expired? What a terrible guy. Clearly just wanted you to lick his jack boots.
    As I've told others here, if you're comfortable telling an officer where you were, where you're going, where you live, all for a burned out brake light, then be my guest. I have no chip on my shoulder and have already said I highly respect law enforcement. But respecting doesn't mean letting them ask or do what they want. That's my take on the matter, clearly you disagree. That's cool. Have a good day.

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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    Quote Originally Posted by ExFlyinguy View Post
    Really?
    If I understand this correctly you were pulled over for a faulty brake light- perfectly valid reason. Asked reasonable questions based on plain view items.
    1. You weren't murdered
    2. You weren't beaten.
    3. Hell you weren't even disarmed and your firearms disassembled before giving them back to you.

    If you want to be Billy badass and refuse dialogue that's your right but to come here and whine like a snow flake is pretty weak. Maybe you can start a " #me too" movement to bring awareness to the country that police may actually investigate during the course of their duties.

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    The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.”
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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    Quote Originally Posted by PAMedic=F|A= View Post

    The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.”
    Yea, that doesn't mean a cop can't literally ask you a question about your firearms.

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    Default Re: Why do cops ask about things that are none of their business???

    Not sure what more can be said that has not already been said without this going off the rails.

    /thd.

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