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warbob

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Date Signed Up:6/23/2011
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#27 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 08/12/2016 on Shut down +3
#49 - dudewitharake (08/12/2016) [-]
I really don't like him
#57 - if you're right, that is an incredibly stupid law.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2016 on so thankful 0
#58 - leoric (08/11/2016) [-]
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#55 - they can't prove **** about what you were thinking of using th…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/11/2016 on so thankful 0
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#56 - leoric (08/11/2016) [-]
Except with civil forfeiture cases the accusation is not against you, it is against the money itself, so they do not in fact have to prove anything regarding your intentions - they only need a "cause", and not even a probable one at that.

There are literally cases out there where they have just straigth up claimed they think you are going to buy drugs with the money and taken it, no proof and no evidence - just the "suspicion".

Its why there is so much heat against that set of laws, especially as it has a history of hitting certain groups quite hard.

Here, have a youtube video by a comedian covering the subject. Not the best source about it but at least it is a somewhat Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Civil Forfeiture HBO amusing take on a fucked up issue.
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#57 - warbob (08/11/2016) [-]
if you're right, that is an incredibly stupid law.
#58 - leoric (08/11/2016) [-]
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#52 - I mean, yes, I guess you could answer them and not be a bitch …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2016 on so thankful 0
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#97 - steampoweredbot (08/11/2016) [-]
Maybe he's throwing a bread party
#50 - ******** Even if there was some legal way for the pol…  [+] (17 new replies) 08/11/2016 on so thankful +3
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#68 - Izen (08/11/2016) [-]
man. Intent. Its a pretty popular thing.
They asked, he answered, so they assisted.
He knew that if he didnt disclose, they'd follow him
So its either lose $400 on bread, or get sent to jail
#106 - anon (08/11/2016) [-]
That's not $400 worth of bread. Are you simple? A giant loaf of bread costs a handful of dollars, plus this isn't even in the US so it is probably cheaper.
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#112 - guto (08/11/2016) [-]
its in brazil and bread isn`t that cheap in our currency
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#113 - guto (08/11/2016) [-]
plus he lives in a poor area so any amount of money would be a big amount of money for him
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#110 - Izen (08/11/2016) [-]
>not the US
how do you know?

and dude I'm not good with numbers and shit
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#134 - Izen (08/11/2016) [-]
i still don't believe countries outside the US exist
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#137 - lype (08/11/2016) [-]
Brazil used to be called United States of Brazil.
USB, close enough right?
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#53 - leoric (08/11/2016) [-]
If it is real he should feel lucky since at least he still got some bread out of it. Because with civil forfeiture laws in some states they dont have to prove anything to take whatever cash you have on you, all they need is a half assed suspicion "claim" that can be anything from a gut feeling to you driving around at night or in the wrong area.

It is then up to you to prove that the money was not for drugs against the words of the police in a court of law, something that is incredibly hard to do.

Shits pretty fucked up.
#107 - anon (08/11/2016) [-]
He's not in the US.
#55 - warbob (08/11/2016) [-]
they can't prove shit about what you were thinking of using the money for.

You could even just say "I was carrying that money around that day because I felt like it" and still get away with it.

THEY are the accusers, THEY must be the one to prove their claim. And there is literally close to no way to prove your thoughts unless you voiced them out.

You could even be standing in front of someone selling drugs with the drugs in hand, but so long as you haven't said that you'll buy the drugs and haven't pulled out the money you can literally just say "He was trying to sell the drugs to me but I had no intention of buying them" and still get away with it.
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#56 - leoric (08/11/2016) [-]
Except with civil forfeiture cases the accusation is not against you, it is against the money itself, so they do not in fact have to prove anything regarding your intentions - they only need a "cause", and not even a probable one at that.

There are literally cases out there where they have just straigth up claimed they think you are going to buy drugs with the money and taken it, no proof and no evidence - just the "suspicion".

Its why there is so much heat against that set of laws, especially as it has a history of hitting certain groups quite hard.

Here, have a youtube video by a comedian covering the subject. Not the best source about it but at least it is a somewhat Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Civil Forfeiture HBO amusing take on a fucked up issue.
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#57 - warbob (08/11/2016) [-]
if you're right, that is an incredibly stupid law.
#58 - leoric (08/11/2016) [-]
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**leoric rolled image**Oh it is.
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#51 - frizzyo (08/11/2016) [-]
You're probably forgetting that people panic in front of police. Ergo, poor judgement calls.

Cops can ask. You just don't have to answer.
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#52 - warbob (08/11/2016) [-]
I mean, yes, I guess you could answer them and not be a bitch to a cop. It's fairly logical. They ask you a question, you see no reason not to answer since they're just probably just doing their job.

But going to spend tens or even over a hundred bucks to buy bread? Doubtful.
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#97 - steampoweredbot (08/11/2016) [-]
Maybe he's throwing a bread party
#1220138 - how the **** would I know, I'm asking the same question 08/10/2016 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#1476383 - but wc4 would be based off or would even retell at least a part of WoW  [+] (1 new reply) 08/10/2016 on Video Games 0
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#1476562 - thechosentroll (08/10/2016) [-]
Yes, but they would be a new story and they won't have to base the whole story around "how do we milk this villain enough to get 5 levels of quests?".
#1220085 - So can anyone tell me whether Servamp is worth watching? …  [+] (5 new replies) 08/09/2016 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
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#1220137 - awesomedewd (08/10/2016) [-]
I've only seen like 2 episodes yet, but it's kinda funny and kinda interesting.

I agree with toiletpaper, it's around 6/10.
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#1220151 - toiletpaper (08/10/2016) [-]
weeeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoooooo!
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#1220087 - wcpapier (08/09/2016) [-]
its not 'worth' watching but it isnt that horrible either.
i rate it a 6/10

as for arguments i cannot give one, cause i either like or dont like it without giving it much thought
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#1220086 - nomora (08/09/2016) [-]
Name a single thing about that that sounds like it would be worth touching
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#1220138 - warbob (08/10/2016) [-]
how the fuck would I know, I'm asking the same question
#1475931 - I'd get the cow ****. I can resell it as a fertilizer… 08/09/2016 on Video Games +1
#1475930 - >$60 isn't even a huge amount of money don't forge… 08/09/2016 on Video Games 0