ANSWERS: 4
  • Yes twice. Once back in the 80's for drunk driving (I still get asked about it when entering the states). Once way back in the 70's in a case of mistaken identity. Two detectives pounded the snot out of me before they realized they had the wrong guy.
    • Azlotto
      "Two detectives pounded the snot out of me before they realized they had the wrong guy"...I wonder how them corrupt detectives, if convicted, would get along with their fellow inmates.
    • Ice man
      They'd have to be kept in solitary or they wouldn't live very long.
    • Nosmo King
      I hope those detectives were convicted of something and refused solitary.
    • Nosmo King
      What they did to you was totally despicable, and if I was a witness I wouldn't have believed it was a "mistake", I would have taken it to be acting on a personal grudge and I would have reported them for such misconduct.
    • Smary Liyana
      No. I don't have this experience. And I would not like to arrest while I do not break the rules.
  • No, and never will.
    • Azlotto
      Same here, Skunky Stinkerson ...but corrupt policing seems to be out of control here in the U.S...Hey, I saw you over at Amirite. :)
    • Bootsiebaby
      I hope you are right, Skunky, but I wouldn't bank on it if I were you.
  • Once, yes (possession of marijuana). I later heard that the guy who snitched on me is no longer alive. I never had the chance to get personal revenge on him myself but there were apparently over 200 people looking for him (surprise, surprise).
    • Azlotto
      Thanks for your reply.
    • Azlotto
      Well, you have a dark side..jk...Thanks, Bootsiebaby.

Copyright 2020, Wired Ivy, LLC

Answerbag | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy