Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Feb 12, 2015.
Thought I read somewhere that "they" were addressing those CAF radical abuses of power
Cash... what is that?
Last time I used cash was in the VIP room and her name was Lexus
They just keep up making rules. Cant do this cant do that. F.u.
Once again, John Oliver nails it. This is mind blowing
Fucking Jon Stewart told John that he should leave the Daily Show because he needed to host a show....
KNOWING that he was leaving the Daily Show himself... WTF John???
Oliver would have been a natural fit as the next host.......
Holy Crap. I understand the principal, take away the proceeds of crime, but, how can there not be some sort of check system. The overwhelming majority of police officers are good people, but, there are some bad ones who would abuse the shit out of this.
Obviously there's a big difference between a reggie in a shitty car with random pockets full of hundred dollar bills folded in a way that indicates drug sales, and a business owner taking the day's receipts to the bank or to home for safekeeping.
I would personally never carry around thousands of dollars in cash anyway, as I'd risk losing it or being robbed. I do agree that there have been abuses of the system though and there needs to be some checks and balances - like a judge requiring some level of evidence before police can confiscate money for their own use.
You're not actually believing the OP's stupid theory that the cops just take your money, and you have no recourse, are you?
The California highway patrol is the biggest piece of money grabbing shit....
Did you watch the John Oliver piece?
Some one learnt how to cut and paste. Good boy.
Next lesson : wiping your ass tutorials from sal governale.
Courtesy : THSS
ya buts its a black guy of course there gonna take his shit and maybe sprinkle some crack on em
You have recourse, but you need to PROVE that you did not get that cash from illegal activities.
Have fun with the years and lawyer $$$ that takes.
That is correct. In the early 90's Chicago passed a vehicle noise ordinance (Rap) in which we could impound the vehicle for excessive noise. The city wanted the cash from the court/hearing fees, fines, the tow and storage fees. There were incentives, such as paid court appearances and time due/early days for most pulls. The area around the station resembled an auto auction after awhile. Guys were pulling 3-4 a day. Loud music, boom gone. Bad look, gone. Bad day, GONE. I didnt participate, I was on the Gang team and I hated writing tickets anyway. IMHO is was excessive..
The cops will take your car too. I once had a civil forfeiture when they took a whole bunch of stuff, including an old Corvette Stingray. I heard that the prosecutor wanted to acquire that for himself at a discount. After the hearing, my client lost some guns but got to keep the Stingray.
I'm gonna go get the paper, get the paper