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    Quote Originally Posted by Bann View Post
    My first thoughts about the guy's rant is that his statement about "everyone has guns" at the CCDC is false. The CO's don't carry. The ERT members are obviously armed. The van driver/escorts to and from the CCDC to the Courthouse are armed. The "regular" CO's are not armed. My 2nd thoughts about the guy's rant is that he ratcheted up his screed by "naming names". I think the legal ramifications of that are many and might not work out so well for him in the future.
    ...and that's all I got to say 'bout that.
    I believe he meant it in a way that he's handcuffed in a place full of cops that had access to guns where he didn't.

    The guy's version of events is very well written. So he appears educated. And I am sure that he most likely understands that nearly all encounters with cops are recorded and also in lockup. So I'm sure he hasn't lied or embellished about the events. But if he has, I'm sure Laura Martin, Calvert's States Attorney, will have Evan's back and file suit. I must add though, I never heard about this until the press release was issued. Maybe by issuing the press release, Evans really opened up a can of worms? Of course he can name names. Nothing illegal about that. Though every deputy, and maybe Evans, might be looking for him everyday on the road from now on. Which, if it does happen, would be an extremely large black mark on the Sheriff's Office for such petty and childish behavior, which, it seems, that they are getting well known for now as it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LightRoasted View Post
    And I am sure that he most likely understands that nearly all encounters with cops are recorded and also in lockup. S
    Then it would be a very simple thing to contact a lawyer and have that recording subpoenaed in the lawsuit. Cha-CHING!

    I'm okay with people who really are victims of rogue or overzealous police making it hurt financially. I'm not big on cops "having each others backs" - if you have a bad cop on your force, s/he needs to get gone and not covered for. Penalty for not policing your own should be enormous because of that public trust issue I mentioned earlier. But there should also be a huge penalty for filing a false report, and for lying on social media to create a hostile policing environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LightRoasted View Post
    If I may ...

    I believe he meant it in a way that he's handcuffed in a place full of cops that had access to guns where he didn't.

    The guy's version of events is very well written. So he appears educated. And I am sure that he most likely understands that nearly all encounters with cops are recorded and also in lockup. So I'm sure he hasn't lied or embellished about the events. But if he has, I'm sure Laura Martin, Calvert's States Attorney, will have Evan's back and file suit. I must add though, I never heard about this until the press release was issued. Maybe by issuing the press release, Evans really opened up a can of worms? Of course he can name names. Nothing illegal about that. Though every deputy, and maybe Evans, might be looking for him everyday on the road from now on. Which, if it does happen, would be an extremely large black mark on the Sheriff's Office for such petty and childish behavior, which, it seems, that they are getting well known for now as it is.
    As I said, the regular CCDC CO's do not have access to guns. Mr. Hall specifically stated he was handled and talked to AT THE CCDC in a particular way...and "everyone has guns". No. Everyone does not. So that is false.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightRoasted View Post
    If I may ...

    I believe he meant it in a way that he's handcuffed in a place full of cops that had access to guns where he didn't.

    The guy's version of events is very well written. So he appears educated.
    According to his FB page post he IS VERY INTELLIGENT. He graduated from HS with an IQ of 187.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bann View Post
    He graduated from HS with an IQ of 187.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bann View Post
    According to his FB page post he IS VERY INTELLIGENT. He graduated from HS with an IQ of 187.
    A high IQ doesn't mean anything to me, in fact, I find those with high IQ unable to handle emotions very well, JMO.

    I read his complaint and felt he needed to file a formal complaint with the sheriff's office, otherwise, the entire thing is frutile.

    I was stopped years ago with another forum member that has long left the forums and the officer was a complete hot head. It was scary and we were just standing in a parking lot. His partner left and said "I am not having any part of this." That officer was later terminated over another matter involving his hot head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota View Post
    A high IQ doesn't mean anything to me, in fact, I find those with high IQ inable to handle emotions very well, JMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LightRoasted View Post
    If I may ...

    I believe he meant it in a way that he's handcuffed in a place full of cops that had access to guns where he didn't.

    The guy's version of events is very well written. So he appears educated. And I am sure that he most likely understands that nearly all encounters with cops are recorded and also in lockup. So I'm sure he hasn't lied or embellished about the events. But if he has, I'm sure Laura Martin, Calvert's States Attorney, will have Evan's back and file suit. I must add though, I never heard about this until the press release was issued. Maybe by issuing the press release, Evans really opened up a can of worms? Of course he can name names. Nothing illegal about that. Though every deputy, and maybe Evans, might be looking for him everyday on the road from now on. Which, if it does happen, would be an extremely large black mark on the Sheriff's Office for such petty and childish behavior, which, it seems, that they are getting well known for now as it is.
    BTW, just because you never heard of it before the CCSO press release - does not mean it wasn't out there. My FB newsfeed showed me the post from Smnewsnet FB page which linked to the post from the guy.

    I think the gentleman would have lawyered up and filed suit immediately if anything remotely like he claims happened actually did happen. I think all will come out in the investigation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota View Post

    A high IQ doesn't mean anything to me,
    Of course not.

    Anyhoo, IF his IQ is that high, he seems to be something of an under-achiever, and is certainly wasting his time working where he's working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bann View Post
    Of course not.

    Anyhoo, IF his IQ is that high, he seems to be something of an under-achiever, and is certainly wasting his time working where he's working.
    I do social service type work and am suprised when I see high IQ's that are low in life because they have such a difficult time communicating and getting along with others, basically, they just don't play well with others.

    I have a friend I've known my entire life who has a PhD and everytime he gets a new job he whines how everyone is unfair to him. It is pathetic.
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