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Right to resist’ bill raises concerns among law enforcement

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Indiana LEO's are going to be put in additonal danger with this bill that is currently heading toward becoming a law.  It is a right to resist law.  Which includes a clause that allows a 3rd party to intervene if they believe that the officers actions are illegal.!


http://newsandtribune.com/clarkcounty/x2118801643/-Right-to-resist-bill-raises-concerns-among-law-enforcement

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What dumb a$$ legislator sponsored this garbage?


You can't cure stupid.

Just_passin__thru_max50

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Doesn't matter if the bill passes.


Our LEO standards remain the same: Probably cause; Imminent threat; crimes committed in our presence, and on and on. Officer safety is paramount. We won't have time to ascertain the finer points of the third party's perceived law and have round table discussion. Things happen quickly on the street. Just be professional.


If I am arresting someone and a third party steps in, it immediately becomes 'interferring with my investigation' and THAT person is detain or also arrested.


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Just another law made by a union busting State.  This will go over great with the domestic violence advocates.


Stay safe my brothers and sisters in Indiana.


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TheSarge says ...



Doesn't matter if the bill passes.


Our LEO standards remain the same: Probably cause; Imminent threat; crimes committed in our presence, and on and on. Officer safety is paramount. We won't have time to ascertain the finer points of the third party's perceived law and have round table discussion. Things happen quickly on the street. Just be professional.


If I am arresting someone and a third party steps in, it immediately becomes 'interferring with my investigation' and THAT person is detain or also arrested.



BUMP.


The way I see it if an LEO is arresting a suspect and a third party steps in thjen they should be charged and or arrested for interfering. 


I think people need to keep their noses out of it. They have NO right interfering with Law Enforcement  because they don't have any clue as to what the events were or what lead up to the person being arrested..


I think it is a stupis law..


just my .02 cents...


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This would make DUI's a nightmare, since most drunks don't think they are too drunk to drive and their drunk buddies will be the 3rd parties getting involved.

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Stone cold stupid. This is a limitation that is not needed at all.


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What TheSarge said. I do however see some idiot who will claim that he thought the arrest was illegal so he used a firearm on the LEO. This may well end up causing a LEOs death or that of an innocent.

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Bump Sarge, we will make lemonade out of this lemon law!

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BUMP TO ALL..


Robocop33, that is what I was thinking as well.


 


 


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Hope it doesn't spread to Colorado.  What a stupid bill.  What liberal proposed this bill?


 


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I'm surprised somthing this stupid didn't start in California

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Can you say "Taser, Taser?"


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I can see it now, "Citizen Hero Shot While Saving His Buddy. News at 11" Just great.....


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It is what it is....


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