Re: [MPD-5D] Homicide 300 block of S Street, NE
- Again, this sounds like a rationalization for not getting involved and back-peddling.
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- Hey k3's original message read to me as if their was doubt on his part if he made the right judgment call by not calling the police. So it went from a woman asking for help to a mutter under some ones breath? Folks this sight is to inform and request service for issues in our Neborhood not story time. K3 if you were not concern about what you saw don't post it on this sight. That way your judgment is not questioned but you did and from your original message call the police if you see two people argue in a public place and please call if someone even mutters help.
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From: Taylor Armstrong
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 23:17:16 -0500
Subject: Re: [MPD-5D] Homicide 300 block of S Street, NE
I have to say that I agree with this 100%. Some of us have had much more heated exchanges online than what "k3" described. You want me to call the police because I saw someone muttering under their breath on the sidewalk?!?I think using you own best judgement is the key, and I don't see anything in "k3's" original comment that would have caused me to call the police. If it would have caused some of your to do so, I'd better watch myself... my facial expression as I walk down the street to the metro in the morning facing a day at work might get SWAT called to take me into custody! ;)FWIW, I don't get all the references to Georgetown. I spend a fair bit of time in the area every week, and honestly, I think people there are less concerned about their neighborhood than here. There is certainly less of a feeling of community from what I've seen than what I enjoy in my neighborhood.Taylor (PSA502)On Feb 1, 2009, at 5:55 PM, k3 wrote: