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    Well then, this isn't an abuse :homer:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/police-searched-maryland-home-after-bb-guns-spotted-during-childs-online-class-report-says/ar-BB15pdNo?ocid=spartanntp

    A Baltimore County mother says police showed up unannounced and searched her home earlier this month after someone spotted BB guns hanging on the wall of her 11-year-old child’s bedroom as he was taking an online class through his elementary school.

    ..

    “So, I answered the door. The police officer was, he was very nice. He explained to me that he was coming to address an issue with my son's school,” Lancaster told WBFF. “And then explained to me that he was here to search for weapons, in my home. And I consented to let him in. And then I, unfortunately, stood there and watched police officers enter my 11-year-old son's bedroom.”

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    The officers reportedly found no violations and left after 20 minutes.






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    #2
    Originally posted by Provience View Post
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/police-searched-maryland-home-after-bb-guns-spotted-during-childs-online-class-report-says/ar-BB15pdNo?ocid=spartanntp




    She fucked up by letting them in the house. I’ve told cops to fuck off and slammed the door in their face. They wanted to come in and look for my roommate. I told them to get fucked.

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      #3
      Depends on the place and approach, but I imagine there could be a situation where the school is pissing their pants enough to the point where the cops may consider it extinuiating(?) circumstances and have that justify entry into the home despite your object and refusal to allow a search. Possible or no?

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        #4
        Originally posted by Yota Up View Post
        Depends on the place and approach, but I imagine there could be a situation where the school is pissing their pants enough to the point where the cops may consider it extinuiating(?) circumstances and have that justify entry into the home despite your object and refusal to allow a search. Possible or no?
        No warrant they can fuck right off.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Aisin View Post

          She fucked up by letting them in the house. I’ve told cops to fuck off and slammed the door in their face. They wanted to come in and look for my roommate. I told them to get fucked.
          This. There was no abuse since she consented. All she had to do was say NO.
          Non Lemming

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            #6
            Amazing the person doing the ratting (presumably the feacher) goes scott free...
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              #7
              Originally posted by Provience View Post
              https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/police-searched-maryland-home-after-bb-guns-spotted-during-childs-online-class-report-says/ar-BB15pdNo?ocid=spartanntp




              And I consented to let him in.
              Dummy

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                #8
                Originally posted by Aisin View Post

                No warrant they can fuck right off.
                Probable Cause is a bitch, and they can make it fit alot of situations when kids/safety are involved. This is some scary fucked up shit.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Aisin View Post

                  She fucked up by letting them in the house. I’ve told cops to fuck off and slammed the door in their face. They wanted to come in and look for my roommate. I told them to get fucked.
                  Since we're sharing these stories:

                  Some guy put his car into the ditch at my house out in the woods. He came to my house to make a call (before cell phones) and I let him use the phone and leave.

                  Two hours later a cop shows up, pulls right into my driveway, lights flashing. I opened the door, figuring it was to do with the crash, and my dogs got out. GSD and a mutt, running around the car barking. Cop, young guy, rolls down his window and YELLS at me: "Put those dogs in the house!" in his best 'arrest a felon' voice.

                  I said to him from the door of course "No, you're going to have to sit in the car!" Looked him dead in the eye too, all challenging like.

                  I saw him make the decision to leave. He just rolled his window up and left 🤣

                  He gave me a look though Never had problem with the cops in that town either.

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                    #10
                    In todays society, it was a check. Cops showed up, checked it out, all was good. Hardly news worthy. They had consent, they did their job. No issues.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by SanDiegoCJ View Post

                      This. There was no abuse since she consented. All she had to do was say NO.
                      it's abuse of the system to make the call about a long arm in the home, regardless spring powered or not.

                      it's abuse of the system to follow through with that by request an armed inspection.

                      it's abuse to intimidate and hide the reason for the knock.

                      there have been court cases where simply granting consent to a search is upheld as not enough justification.


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                        #12
                        Originally posted by DozerDan82 View Post
                        In todays society, it was a check. Cops showed up, checked it out, all was good. Hardly news worthy. They had consent, they did their job. No issues.
                        somebody help me out with the name of the gal who was playing video games with her niece or nephew, cops showed up to perform a check and shot her to death through her back window from her back yard.

                        just a check....

                        edit: hell, also just a check in Baltimore last year or so, cops show up predawn at 4:30 and knock on the door. man answers the door armed (because it is early as fuck) scuffle ensues within moments because "he's got a gun" and the cops shoot him to death in his entry way

                        just a check....


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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Aisin View Post

                          No warrant they can fuck right off.
                          You must have missed the most important thing I said. "extinuiating(?) circumstances" = no warrant needed.


                          As far as "check". That white lady got shot and killed by a cop just because she approached his car and he got scared. You guessed it, Minneapolis.
                          It was also just a "check" for a bbgun when the white unarmed guy got shot and killed in the hotel hallway, too.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Yota Up View Post

                            You must have missed the most important thing I said. "extinuiating(?) circumstances" = no warrant needed.


                            As far as "check". That white lady got shot and killed by a cop just because she approached his car and he got scared. You guessed it, Minneapolis.
                            It was also just a "check" for a bbgun when the white unarmed guy got shot and killed in the hotel hallway, too.
                            the kid playing in his front yard with a dart or cap gun? yup, he's dead.

                            just a check


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                              #15
                              Rights end where feelings are hurt.

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