Crooked Guy Cop. .. saying all cops are bad is like saying all Muslims are terrorists....
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#1 - Absolute Madman (05/19/2013) [+] (193 replies)
Why wouldn't you let a cop search your car?
If you done nothing wrong, and are hiding nothing, why would it matter?
#3 to #1 - croc (05/19/2013) [-]
What if I have my vibrator collection in the car and I don't want the cop, or anyone else for that matter, to see it. It's not illegal, but I don't want anyone to know my dirty secret.
User avatar #25 - YoursTruley ONLINE (05/20/2013) [+] (14 replies)
saying all cops are bad is like saying all Muslims are terrorists....
User avatar #12 - whycanticaps (05/20/2013) [+] (12 replies)
I still don't understand all the hate for cops. They are just doing their job
User avatar #13 to #12 - metalguitarest (05/20/2013) [-]
Yes, they are just doing their job. However, hassling a bunch of teenagers just because they look "sketchy"is ****** up and judgmental. Now I know everyone judges but I'm not going to search you because you make me uncomfortable. Police Officers are not aloud to search a house or car with out a warrant and a lot of them force it or plant drugs on you and then haul you in. So yes there is a lot of hate for cops. Let's also not forget the countless cases of police brutality, corruption, and despicable actions taken by a high number of police officers.
User avatar #23 - Sinless (05/20/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I remember back when I was young and had some semblance of confidence in police.

Then one night, a few days after I got back from a camping trip, I got pulled over. He thought I was sketchy looking and asked to search my car. Fine, whatever; I didn't own any drugs at the time or paraphernalia. However, I did apparently own a weapon.

The machete I used to go camping, laying next to the other camping **** I was too lazy to unload. He cited me for a ******* knife I had in the trunk. I didn't really trust cops before that but it made me realize that you can't risk it.

I never let them search me willingly now.
#71 - princesslilian (05/20/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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User avatar #95 - theshadowed (05/20/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I like British Police. We have a few dicks, but not as much as America it seems
#62 - shamusmcfearson (05/20/2013) [-]
Refusal to allow your car to be searched does NOT create probable cause for them to search it anyway. Basic rule of thumb from all my professors (yes, believe it if you want to or not, but I do major in Law Enforcement) is that if an officer is asking to search your vehicle, they have no probable cause to do so.
User avatar #29 - chuca ONLINE (05/20/2013) [+] (10 replies)
it's kinda sad when you realize that most cops( at least where i live) don't care about people at all and just look at it as power and a paycheck

yes there are good cops left, they're just heavily outnumbered by the ones who abuse their power as they see fit or ones that simply don't care at all
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#106 - Absolute Madman (05/20/2013) [+] (27 replies)
Just let them look if you have nothing to hide... you'll leave that much quicker. Why sit there and be an asshole and get stuck there for an hour if you could get the whole thing over with in 5 minutes? Are you really that much of a paranoid nutcase that you think the entire world is out to get you? MAH FREEDUMZ! Shut the **** up you conspiracy theorist. Let the police do their damn jobs.
User avatar #229 to #206 - jajathezombie (05/20/2013) [-]
Searches do not take five minutes. I've had my car searched before. I was on my way home from grocery shopping, the cop made me lay all my food out on the road, and then called for backup and waited around for the other cop while all the food I had just bought spoiled in the sun. Then when the second cop arrived, they took over an hour looking through everything, and they deliberately took a long ******* time. They didn't have probable cause to search me. The only reason they pulled me over in the first place was because I changed lanes without signaling. I was totally cooperative, let them search me because I had nothing to hide, and they were ******* dicks just because they could be. There comes a point when law enforcement is ******* ridiculous for no reason. If cops came to your house tomorrow wanting to search through all your **** , breaking things in the process, would you let them? No warrant, no probable cause? You have nothing to hide, right? So why not let them stomp all over your privacy?
#77 - caesarslegion (05/20/2013) [+] (45 replies)
I'm gonna go ahead and join the red thumb storm by saying;   
If you have nothing to hide, you shouldn't have a problem with him searching your car without a warrant. The only reason people care is because;   
1. They have something to hide   
2. They have some sort of delusional idea that anything is private nowadays.
I'm gonna go ahead and join the red thumb storm by saying;

If you have nothing to hide, you shouldn't have a problem with him searching your car without a warrant. The only reason people care is because;

1. They have something to hide
2. They have some sort of delusional idea that anything is private nowadays.
#96 to #77 - icefried (05/20/2013) [-]
Yeah. I have something to hide. That's pretty much the deffinition of privacy. I know or have **** i don't want others to know or know i have.
Imagine if in the glove compartment you have 50 dragon dildos and a bunch of tranny porn. It's nothing illegal, but it's sure as **** nothing i want anyone to see.
So yeah, excuse me for not letting in a ******** who will most likely even plant something on me go through my private stuff.
User avatar #76 - maggotarms (05/20/2013) [+] (1 reply)
does anybody have any stories about crooked officers? ive been caught a few times drinking underage and such and they all seemed like normal people, they just wanted us to clean up the mess we made
User avatar #48 - alfjnn ONLINE (05/20/2013) [+] (2 replies)
To be fair.
When you get searched or are out in public, people can ******* see you.

Privacy is non existent outside your home.

'Sides. What do you have to hide, a dildo Collection?
Like the cop gives a **** .
User avatar #56 to #48 - mrhighguy (05/20/2013) [-]
Sometimes people don't want their damn cars searched. simple as that.
User avatar #38 - sleycer (05/20/2013) [+] (4 replies)
to everyone. U can refuse to let them search your car. If they got nothing on you, you can refuse it. It they ask why, you can tell them that you dont want any of your stuff broken. They need a reason to search your car.
#250 - nexcell (05/20/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I was checking one day (working for a grocery store) and there were three people in line, last of which was a local sheriff. The two in front were obviously over the legal age to buy alcohol, which they were all buying some form of drink or another (it was the weekend). I didn't card any of them. The sheriff was actually getting a bottle of jack, so I carded him, scrutinously looking over his license and even held his $20 up to the light and used the bill marker to check authenticity.

User avatar #147 - bigbeaufort ONLINE (05/20/2013) [+] (10 replies)
I don't know about anywhere else but, in the state of Georgia you just have to say no. They legally aren't allowed to search your vehicle without accusing you of criminal activity.
User avatar #384 to #380 - oxYKellark (05/21/2013) [-]
I agree with everything you just said, im not sure what you got from my comments, but since you know a thing or two, what in your mind is probable cause in the case of a search of someones car? you said that denying a search was not probable cause but i talked to an officer like a month ago and he said it was, of course the obvious AK on the seat or smell of weed is justified but im pretty sure officers can justify a lot more than you think to search. For example, what if a beat up car with 4 kids inside driving slightly fast on a suburban road at 3 am caught the attention of an officer. Now he pulls them over and does the standard procedure but does not smell or see anything besides cigarettes. In my mind he could ATLEAST open the trunk or search any backpacks but you would seem to disagree. I understand the whole concept of denial to search but i gave you that example because i was in my friends car (exact same scenario) and we got off scot free because the officer didnt search anything. In my mind thats good for me but we had a 5th and backpack full of beer and that was a year ago when i was 19.
I'm not denying your knowledge of the law nor do i care that you studied it, every male in my family older than me is an attorney except for my father but that dosent really mean anything here.

TL;DR its not about the warrant or the constitution for a search, but probable cause.
BUT would an actual officer deem probable cause is my question.
User avatar #44 - mhden (05/20/2013) [+] (10 replies)
ooooh wow .. tell me again how you are we going to fight organized drug dealing and body transferring .You think only ******* and crackers do that **** with stupid ass cars
that smell pot from a mile away . NO .. most major drug dealing is done with
everyday people that you would not even THINK of them doing such a thing .

Just get over it . What do you have to hide if you are legal .

I am against the way of thinking of the common COP . But this has nothing to do
with that .
Also its not the cops fault . They are only obliged to ENFORCE the Law .
(Yea no more , citizens security is top priority .. fok Ye 'merica)

User avatar #81 to #44 - undeadwill ONLINE (05/20/2013) [-]
Print your internet search history. If you have nothing to hide.
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#18 to #16 - Absolute Madman (05/20/2013) [-]
No it's not, idiot.
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