Billy Dykes got it right, simply go somewhere else. The whole damn
thing sounds shady anyway.
On Jan 29, 2008, at 7:58 AM, Billy Dykes wrote:
> The guy was under arrest, plain and simple. Would a reasonable person,
> put in the same position that he was in, believe that they couldn't
> leave at any time? I think the handcuffs show that to be true.
> But, there are THREE sides to every story. The cops, his and the
> truth. I'm not saying either party is lying, per se. But everybody
> shades their stories to fit their purpose, even the police.
> Smart thing to do it this situation is to be a realist. Cop's "got his
> number" and doesn't want him around. There's probably other
> beaches in the area, patronize one of them for a while. He may find
> that he's got a new favorite spot. He doesn't want to be a jackass and
> get into a pissing contest with the cop. He'll never win!
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