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  2. abrasivesaint


    This is an important point though. Your average person would have been placed under arrest and then would have to prove self defense or innocence and have the charges dropped. A luxury that a cop was given that a normal citizen would not be afforded.
  3. abrasivesaint


    As far as i know, it simply means he is not free to leave, however he has not been charged with a crime at the time of being detained, but charges can be later issued by a prosecutor. They can hold him in custody for up to 72 hours, if i’m not mistaken, and after that if no charges have been placed on him he is free to leave.
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  5. Faulty question. Now's the time to be getting up, not after.
  6. Anyone try getting a roll of quarters recently? I’ve been trying for two weeks now every store Ive attempted tell me they can not afford to give out any rolls of coins and/or have signs posted stating the same thing. im just tryin to do some laundry
  7. I heard they were funded by George Soros and Bill Gates.
  8. Staring at the floor at work instead of doing other peoples work.
  9. https://nypost.com/2020/07/08/underworld-prison-with-torture-chambers-discovered-in-dutch-town/ https://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2020/07/08/Dutch-police-discover-underworld-prison-with-torture-chamber-in-shipping-containers/3901594180802/
  10. Actually, the LOWY stuff is very digestible. Good stuff. Thanks again.
  11. Hua Guofang


    I guess I don't know what the difference is between 'in custody' and 'under arrest'. Can I assume that if you're only in the custody of cops you can leave if you're not under arrest. Is that correct? Are there any other differences?
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