Sometimes I think there is some central office somewhere writing scripts for police departments to read when they need to oppose (support) something. No matter what city or state, or what issue we’re talking about, police arguments are almost exactly the same.
“If this happens (or doesn’t happen) criminals will have free rein and officers will die in the streets.”
Seriously, that’s barely even hyperbole.
I heard a variation on this theme at my court hearing last week.
Yes. I went to court.
If you haven’t heard, the City of Lexington, Kentucky, sued me. Why? Because I asked the wrong questions.
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