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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnails View Post
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    Of course not, police after all are citizens also.
    Yes with arrest powers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Yes with arrest powers.
    No arrest was made

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    No arrest was made
    Wow, really you don't say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Yes with arrest powers.
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    As US citizens we all have arrest powers,,,no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Wow, really you don't say?
    Harassment

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    The kid is not correct on the majority of the sh1t coming out of his mouth.
    Ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    The police officer has a right to protect himself during this Terry stop, he could of frisked this idiot and that is not a search. If there was a 911 call man with a gun, the police had mere suspicion to conduct the stop. The kid refusing to give his name because of the police log? This kid is a jerkoff
    Got it. Frisk != Search
    Quote Originally Posted by gunnails View Post
    That didn't take long.

    Apologies, but I am going to quote Wiki on this which I believe to be accurate.


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    In the United States, a Terry stop is a brief detention of a person by police[1] on reasonable suspicion of involvement in criminal activity but short of probable cause to arrest.
    The name derives from Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968),[2] in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that police may briefly detain a person who they reasonably suspect is involved in criminal activity;[3] the Court also held that police may do a limited search of the suspect’s outer garments for weapons if they have a reasonable and articulable suspicion that the person detained may be “armed and dangerous”.[4] When a search for weapons is authorized, the procedure is known as a “stop and frisk”.

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    Huh.... It seems the BS smell is wafting from another direction.

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