Ten Reasons Not To Talk To Police

I liked this, particularly the last reason, which comes at around the 5:50 mark:

Lesson: always take the Fifth.


  • micky

    May 19, 2013

    This guy sounds like a tweaking meth head in a holding cell. Good grief.
    If this guy were seen talking to cops it probably because he was snitching.
    Which by the way, is good reason to not be seen talking to cops.

    Take the fifth ?
    Screw that.
    For myself, it never got that far.
    I bailed out and left the freaking state.

  • micky

    May 20, 2013

    Pray for Oklahoma, or meditate , those poor people, jeez.

  • Ray

    May 21, 2013

    Yeah, I heard that.

  • micky

    May 23, 2013

    Wow Ray, I can only assume you’re busy or just taking a break from your usual excellent posts but I’m very surprised you’re not all over the IRS and DOJ at this point.
    Maybe you feel like me in that if I do start a post on this crap we’re seeing , it would never end and I’d die next to a mountain of empty Red Bull cans.

  • Ray

    May 23, 2013

    I know, I know. I’ve thought a lot about that. I am, in fact, very busy with my other job, but I also feel as though there’s just so much shit continuously going on with this clownish administration that it’s virtually impossible to keep up.

    Thank you for dropping by.

  • micky

    May 23, 2013

    Yes, “keeping up” has become difficult, to say the least.
    Reminds me of that flick “Gremlins” where everyone was warned to not let the cute little furry liberals (Mogwai) come in contact with water (government) or they’d multiply,transform to monstrous little gremlins and create havoc/tyranny.

  • Biff

    May 27, 2013

    Sound advice, Ray!

    Here is a Chicago-area teacher that is taking heat this May for sharing with his students that very constitutional right … how dare an educator do that, apparently …


    If things ever get out of hand with The Man, I have this handy in my wallet next to my DL …

    I hereby invoke and refuse to waive all the following rights and privileges afforded to me by the United States Constitution.

    I invoke and refuse to waive my Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Do not ask me any questions.

    I invoke and refuse to waive my Sixth Amendment right to an attorney of my choice. Do not ask me any questions without my attorney present. I invoke and refuse to waive all privileges and rights pursuant to the case Miranda vs. Arizona. Do not ask me any questions or make any comment to me about this decision.

    I invoke and refuse to waive my Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. I do not consent to any search or seizure of myself, my home, or of any property in my possession. Do not ask me about my ownership interests in any property.

    I do not consent to this contact with you. If I am not presently under arrest or under investigatory detention, please allow me to leave.

    Any statement I make or alleged consent I give in response to your questions is hereby made under protest and under duress, and in submission to your claim of lawful authority to force me to provide you with this information.

  • Ray

    May 28, 2013

    Thank you, Biff.

    And thank you for dropping by.

  • micky

    June 9, 2013

    We now also have ten reasons not to talk on our phone.
    Seriously, if we look at the criteria DHS set for being a terrorist just about half of Americas calls will be flagged.

    Poor Verizon, right when all this crap breaks out they get stuck with a contracted ad having to use the slogan “Share Everything”.
    probably the most ironic coincidence between the public and private sector ever.

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