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Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 10:02 pm 
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They got me when the Ve como 1st came out draged then off the lights and when i got pulled up he siad that so i killed him off the line he would let me go if he could have a drive!!!! so he got a drive lol
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Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 11:46 pm 
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They got me when the Ve como 1st came out draged then off the lights and when i got pulled up he siad that so i killed him off the line he would let me go if he could have a drive!!!! so he got a drive lol


what ever mate

 

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Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2009 1:27 am 
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They got me when the Ve como 1st came out draged then off the lights and when i got pulled up he siad that so i killed him off the line he would let me go if he could have a drive!!!! so he got a drive lol


what ever mate


Yeah it does sound pretty realistic that one!!!
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 12:11 am 
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bloody cops, i got $2000 of fines and didn't lose any points.
its a police state :cry:
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:23 am 
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what ever happened to democracy?? freedom? what every happened to police upholding the law not above the law?
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:00 am 
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what ever happened to democracy?? freedom? what every happened to police upholding the law not above the law?


What ever happened to 'Personal Responsibility'??

 

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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:50 pm 
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id just like to say most of the cops that i have delt with have been really nice bout it and not been d**k (possibly because my cars have been next to stock and i wasnt a d**k), my mates on the other hand drive jap sports cars and commodores and they get done all the time even though there mods are all legal (but they al give the cops attitude) it come down to copping it on the chin when u get busted doing the wrong thing, but this also applies to cops i see them turning without indicating, going through red lights with the sirens on only to turn them of 200m down the road, and general speeding. Both parties have to do the right thing
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:04 pm 
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democracy lol. we arnt in a democracy. we are in a representative democracy. our end vote dosent count. its our representative in parliament who has the final vote. and thats all for show and tell.

back in the 70's the Queensland government revoked the freedom of speech and threw people in jail that were peacefully protesting about the Vietnam war. happened once, will happen again.

most people officers ive come across were pretty easy going.
it is all about your attitude.

but for a police officers to be above the law. whens it gonna stop???
next they can break into my home and grab the keys to my car if im a hoon.

OH WAIT THEY CAN DO THAT!
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:15 pm 
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They got me when the Ve como 1st came out draged then off the lights and when i got pulled up he siad that so i killed him off the line he would let me go if he could have a drive!!!! so he got a drive lol


Yea thats like when The Christie's Beach Station got their Undercover Lamborghini and i beat them off the line in my stock 4.0L and then they pulled me over had a nice drive in my car and gave me $2000 and the fluffy dice out of their Lambo !

 

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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:23 pm 
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Maso_Ghia wrote:
what ever happened to democracy?? freedom? what every happened to police upholding the law not above the law?


What ever happened to 'Personal Responsibility'??
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personal responsibility yes fair enough.

but it doesn't justify police being above the law. If i display p's plates up,
thats a $50 buck fine per plate.

"but wtf officer, i woz under cover bro looking for younger girls!"

would i get away with it???

IF I CANT DO IT THEY SHOULD'NT DO IT EITHER!!!
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:32 pm 
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Maso_Ghia wrote:
what ever happened to democracy?? freedom? what every happened to police upholding the law not above the law?


What ever happened to 'Personal Responsibility'??
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personal responsibility yes fair enough.

but it doesn't justify police being above the law. If i display p's plates up,
thats a $50 buck fine per plate.

"but wtf officer, i woz under cover bro looking for younger girls!"

would i get away with it???

IF I CANT DO IT THEY SHOULD'NT DO IT EITHER!!!


you forget... police are above the law!!! thats how they up hold it.. they carry guns, we cant,.. they can break the speed limit, we cant, well we are not suppose to.lol...
and yea it sucks about the p plat thing but if a undercover cop pulls up with p plates and gives it a few revs to gee you up and you gunn it then race him, well they know that your the type of person that will street race..boom they got ya...
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 Post subject: Re: P Plates On A Cop Car
Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:43 pm 
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we should'nt hoon but they eggin u on is entrapment.
but in nsw and vic entrapment must not exist.

in qld when u have those cars on the side of the road with speed camers to catch you out,

they have kind of like a milk bar sign next to the speed camera saying "SPEED CAMERA" and alone the car it also says speed camera.
lol i use to live up there. it triped me out.
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:19 pm 
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the feds in canberra last year had a white BA with bodykit, slammed on chromies and were racing people to the speed limit and then when they backed off and people were flying past they'd turn the lights on and pull em over. havent seen it in awhile but now they have an VE sv6 ute black lowered and they put p plates on the dash. also heard they had an r33 skyline but havent seen it myself. although i have seen a brown busted a** VK with a cop driving it with all the police radios and radar and speed lock stuff on the dash driving my vw up next to him at the lights

 

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 Post subject: Re: P Plates On A Cop Car
Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:39 pm 
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Maso_Ghia wrote:
we should'nt hoon but they eggin u on is entrapment.
but in nsw and vic entrapment must not exist.

in qld when u have those cars on the side of the road with speed camers to catch you out,

they have kind of like a milk bar sign next to the speed camera saying "SPEED CAMERA" and alone the car it also says speed camera.
lol i use to live up there. it triped me out.


Obviously no one reads what i post. Ho hum

Entrapment
They can go out of their way to help a person to commit a crime. What they can't do, is unduly persuade, threaten, coerce, or harass the person, such that a normally law-abiding citizen would participate in the unlawful action.

Its not entrapment when the hoon on his free will decides to race against someone else.
He chose his course of action, being that to break the law or abide by it.



lol i read ur post. but the police must have reritten a new meaning to the word Entrapment.
or maby they just haven't read a dictionary for awhile.


entrapment [ɪnˈtræpmənt]
n
(Law) the luring, by a police officer, of a person into committing a crime so that he may be prosecuted for it.



the meaning doesn't state if its on your own free will bla bla bla.
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Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:42 pm 
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