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March 20, 2012


Renee P

Wow, the same thing happened to me in 2007. I was asked to move my vehicle but couldn't b/c I was being blocked by 3 patrol cars and the officer became upset and wanted to show off for his rookie cops that were watching and arrested me b/c I asked how the hell can I move my car with those vehicles blocking me. To this day, that post and forfeit crap is causing me problems during background checks. To Darren Mckinney, you have no clue how certain cops handle things and treat citizens so keep your idiotic comments to your idiotic self.


Would presenting forged documents to attain something one isn't entitled to, be an arrestable offense? Wouldn't a DA who's aware of such offense be obligated to act on credible evidence of such a crime? Wouldn't not acting be a dereliction of duty, also an arrestable offense? Would these be "post and forfeit" type offenses? Could usurpation of an elected office be considered disorderly conduct?


Mr. Fox is a childish fop, bent on wasting my tax dollars. If mature adults don't want to be arrested for disorderly conduct, they should keep a civil tongue in their heads when dealing with police officers. One can courteously discuss and even disagree with a police order to move one's car without being a petulant and insulting clown. As for petulant and insulting clowns, this D.C. taxpaying adult would prefer they be pistol-whipped, arrested and obligated to spend at least a night in jail.

Darren McKinney
Washington, D.C.

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