+3When Julie Swetnick is shown to be a big fat liar, should she be prosecuted to the full extent of the law? More
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+20For every 1000 incidences of sexual abuse or rape: 310 are reported to police; 57 lead to arrest; 11 result in charges; 7 result in convictions and zero (0) result in the women gaining riches, popularity, or power. Why then, in our society are so many people convinced that women often file false reports of rape? As if there was some benefit for reporting rape and abuse? Let’s give women the benefit of the doubt – at least until there can be a fair trial.
If the police are investigating a robbery, and while executing a search warrant stumble across a basement full of counterfeit money and cocaine, should they ignore it? Would the cops be 'overstepping' their authority if they pressed charges?
I volunteered too much information to the cops; something like an eagerness to help took over me...then I wondered...why is that so bad? Shouldn't one be helpful to the police?
-4I’m a big proponent of conceal carry and people’s right to defend themselves. I believe in 99% of cases, shootings by people defending themselves is justified. Today I saw an incident where a bail bonds-woman killed a man for no reason, and got acquitted. More
I hear that automatic/assault weapons are made to do one thing. To kill lots of people. So why do police need assault weapons? To protect and serve? Disarm the police, and I will disarm. Not really, but you get the point. More
9% That's crazy. We need protection from bad guys who will always get illegal weapons despite the law. THAT's what makes them bad guys!!! 14% No. Cops are good, and wouldn't harm anybody. You can trust them. 9% What. are you running a meth lab? What are you hiding? 9% Obey the law and you, your family, and your dog won't be killed. 0% Un-American TRAITOR!! 9% Not ALL cops.... 14% I agree. You don't need automatic assault weapons to protect and serve. 36% Other