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  1. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Explain what gives anyone the right to demand that you open the door to them? Everybody has to come out sometime. If they don't, they are virtually imprisoned, which was likely the intent anyway.
  2. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    I might agree that under some limited conditions to save a life that breaking and entering is warranted. That includes cases you brought up - someone injured or trapped by fire, etc. Even breaking in to save a hostage puts the hostage at greater risk if not done correctly, and I don't think...
  3. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Don't break into someone's house and they likely won't shoot at you. That seems pretty simple.
  4. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    That would be a step in the right direction. However, if someone chooses not to open the door, the cops should not have the right to break it down. Breaking and entering is the real issue - knock vs no nock is simply a diversion.
  5. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    No, I'm not comfortable in living with suspected drug dealers or other criminals, but as a country we have some funny political notions about the concept of sanctuary. Ras and I've been pretty much eye to eye on the castle doctrine, but for somewhat different reasons. I have no problem going...
  6. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    A guest in a home should enjoy the same protections as the owner. By definition you could be implying a child or extended family member doesn't have the same right as a parent when it comes to the castle doctrine.
  7. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Which part? And even if someone showed up yelled "Police" and started to beat down the door, how do you know they were actually cops? The best answer is simply not to break down a door except to save a life - and by the time the door is breached, the life may have been taken anyway.
  8. AM64

    Official Gramps' Memorial Politics Forum Eternal OT Thread

    Sounds reasonable to me.
  9. AM64

    Official Gramps' Memorial Politics Forum Eternal OT Thread

    It's been a while, but one of my Nuc Engr classmates defected to Ga Tech for grad school. We did diffusion theory as seniors (pretty much standard in NE programs) and transport theory at the MS level. We found out from the defector that Ga Tech didn't do that - he used the same book for his MS...
  10. AM64

    Antifa at it again

    Interesting that one of the boxes when this vid ended was of George Carlin. We could use him around to put all this crap into perspective.
  11. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    I've been very clear that rioters deserve anything they get - too bad - wrong place, wrong time, wrong idea. Mob rule and civil disobedience to bring that about has no place in civil society. As to the other, my point is simply there was nothing about this escapade that went wrong to justify...
  12. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    The judge has an obligation to seek out the truth before signing a warrant, and the people presenting the information have an obligation to be honest about all things - those are the guilty parties. The guys at the door are the fall guys unless they actually prepared the warrants and were...
  13. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Note I didn't say the cops, I said the judge and those who wrote the justification for the warrant (perhaps cops); and, yeah, I realize that requiring them to pay is about as useless as huge fines that anybody else can't pay. Systemic abuse like the FBI and FISA warrants go against our...
  14. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    $12M that the taxpayers will be forced to make up. Should be the judge issuing the warrant and those seeking the warrant paying out the $12M - that's how you get accountability. Hold individuals personally accountable, and don't allow them to hide behind the "system".
  15. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Don't bash in a door and somebody probably won't shoot through the open doorway. The whole issue is not knock vs no knock or identified vs unidentified; it's whether anybody including cops has the right to break and enter unless it's perhaps to save a life. This goes back on the judge issuing...
  16. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Isn't it still free speech in any case? I still say somebody some day is going to use "free speech" as justification for murder since actions are apparently now considered "speech".
  17. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Means it's out of control and the media are running cover for their fellow leftists - a few gratuitous fire scenes (they love burning police cars) to get the audience, and then back to some unlucky clowns getting "violently" owned by the cops. My favorites are the guys who go out with bare...
  18. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    They are petulant children. Liberalism is a disease. It inhibits mental development; 3 yo brats just morph into 23 yo brats. Same kid - bigger body.
  19. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Well, it does help with recidivism.
  20. AM64

    Bye Bye Louisville

    Yep, its like I said just above, this has all been about knock/no-knock. The real issue is that the warrant should specifically cover whether breaking and entering is permitted - and the justification for that. Put the heat on the judges and legislators rather than the cops who get stuck...

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