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Chill, Dude, and Police: imported post Hey guys im new to the forums, a friend pointed me in this direction. Ok so here is my story. I was out at the local saki eating with the lady, and in walks city pd. I was sitting with my pistol, secured in its holster, on the outside in plain view. He walks right past my table and doesnt say a word. I continue to eat with the lady, and about 20 minutes later we go to leave The officer follows us outside and says hey buddy can i talk to you a minute. I turn around and say "yes sir?" He then reaches and pulls my gun from my holster and says "whats this?" I reply "my firearm, that i legally perchased, i have the reciept in my wallet if you wish to see if." He looks me up and down and asks "why are you carrying it??" i reply for "self protection, and as far as i know NC is an OC state, and there is nothing illegal about it." He proceeded to tell me it is an OC state but there is a law about terrorizing the public. He proceeded to unload my XD and had it back, he told me to get a CCW I was at first highly annoyed at his behavior, but after going down to the police station to get my extra mag back that he forgot to handover,i learned that the teenage brats sitting behind us had called 911 and just told them there was a guy with a gun. So i understand his agression. So what should i do about OC? i really want to OC, and yes i am getting my CCW <p><a href="https://ausefulblogforputtingthingsin.tumblr.com/post/172450204891/libertarirynn-oh-youve-got-to-be-kidding-me" class="tumblr_blog">ausefulblogforputtingthingsin</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172449796139/oh-youve-got-to-be-kidding-me" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p><blockquote><p>Oh you’ve got to be kidding me.</p></blockquote> <p>Can’t you get in trouble for calling 911 for no reason? Because those teenagers should. I guess if they in good faith thought there was an emergency they’d be justified but the dude was just having a meal. Also this person was so chill even though his rights were being violated and he was inconvenienced and basically harassed. </p></blockquote> <p>Seriously. I mean he says he can “understand the aggression” because the officer was called out there but the cop observed him for 20 minutes and saw he was doing nothing but minding his own business. At that point if you want to get upset with someone, how about the kids who wasted your time? Tell them they had no business calling the police and that it’s legal to open carry and the man was doing nothing wrong, don’t harass *him*.</p>

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Fake, Family, and Life: Justice Is Served: White Man Gets Life Irn Prison Unarmed Black Man In Fake "Neighborhood Watch" Incident For Murdering @balleralert Justice Is Served: White Man Gets Life In Prison For Murdering Unarmed Black Man In Fake “Neighborhood Watch” Incident - blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Back in 2016, a North Carolina man, claiming to be part of “neighborhood watch,” called 911 to warn the operators that he was going to kill the “hoodlums” in his neighborhood. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “I’m on neighborhood watch. I am going to have the neighborhood meet these hoodlums out here racing up and down the street,” Chad Copley said to the emergency operator. “It’s 1 in the morning. There’s some devil in them. They have firearms and we’re going to secure our neighborhood. If I was you, I would send PD out here as quickly as possible,” later adding, “I’m going to kill them.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ After his conversation with the 911, Copley fired his gun and struck 20-year-old KourenRodneyBernardThomas. He then redialed 911 to explain the incident, claiming one of the boys brandished a gun. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ However, upon arrival, officials found an unarmed Thomas with a gunshot wound. He was quickly taken to a local hospital, where he was then pronounced dead. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Shortly after the incident, Thomas’ friend explained that their actions were innocent and completely opposite of Copley’s claims. In fact, David Walker said he and Thomas tried to get into a party on Copley’s block, but when they couldn’t get immediate access, they decided to leave. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ While Walker’s story was slightly different from Copley’s, the end result was the same-Thomas was shot. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ During the trial, Copley, who the family attorney named ‘George Zimmerman 2.0’, maintained he fired in self-defense against the group of armed men. However, after a cross-examination, Copley admitted that he saw no gun and that there wasn’t even a neighborhood watch. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ As a result, Copley was found guilty on first-degree murder charges and sentenced to life in prison without parole.

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Head, Hello, and Netflix: EXCLUSIVE RACIST SPACEY Security firm boss accuses actor of using N-word to describe his staff on set SECURIT READ A security company boss has accused Kevin Spacey of racism claiming the disgraced actor used the N-word to describe black staff who were working on the House Of Cards set. Earl Blue, 51, is the head of VIP Protective Services, which managed on-set security in 2012 during the shoot for the first season of the Netflix hit. Earl said Spacey refused to acknowledge black team members when they greeted him or shake their hands and he heard the actor tell his personal security manager: 'l don't want n*"ers watching my trailer." SECURIT EAIIAN Earl Blue, pictured right, with his business partner William Spencer Earl said he knew he 'might have a situation' with Spacey on the first day of filming in Baltimore when he and one of his supervisors, called Eric Lyles, were introduced to the actor. He said: 'The locations manager wanted to introduce him to me and my supervisor for the company and then meet a police officer who was handling the police situation. 'So Spacey comes out of the trailer and the locations manager says, "Kevin, I just want to introduce you to the security team." He introduced me, the supervisor, and the policeman by name. 'Kevin is standing right next to me. He looks me up and down, looks at my supervisor up and down, and reaches across us to shake the hand of the police officer and then walks away We are all standing there looking at each other like, "OK, that was awkward." 'From that point on we had a security officer posted outside of his trailer and my security force is predominantly African-American. 'Every time he walked back he would look at this black officer but he wouldn't even speak. He never spoke to my security guards but he was talking to everyone else. He even talked to the location manager that tried to introduce us to start with 'He talked to all the police officers, laughing and joking with them. Lyles, a 47-year-old who has worked in the security industry for 17 years, also recalls the alleged incident. He said: 'l always meet the stars and see what they're like, what their likes and dislikes are When I went to meet Mr Spacey to say hello to him, I went to extend my hand to him to shake his and he didn't want to shake my hand. I have never had that problem before As company boss, Earl said he would usually position himself next to the main talent, so he was stationed around 15 to 20 feet from Spacey's trailer. He claims that every time the actor left to go on set, he would lock the door behind him and start to walk away before turning around and checking the door a second time Earl said: 'He would look at me, walk back to his trailer and check to make sure the door was locked <p><a href="https://realamerican.tumblr.com/post/169795138780/you-really-believe-this" class="tumblr_blog">realamerican</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>You really believe this?</p></blockquote> <p>I don’t know if I do or not. I wasn’t there. But Spacey has shown himself to be a pretty shitty person so who knows.</p>
Head, Hello, and Netflix: EXCLUSIVE RACIST SPACEY Security firm boss accuses actor of using N-word to describe his staff on set SECURIT READ A security company boss has accused Kevin Spacey of racism claiming the disgraced actor used the N-word to describe black staff who were working on the House Of Cards set. Earl Blue, 51, is the head of VIP Protective Services, which managed on-set security in 2012 during the shoot for the first season of the Netflix hit. Earl said Spacey refused to acknowledge black team members when they greeted him or shake their hands and he heard the actor tell his personal security manager: 'l don't want n*"ers watching my trailer." SECURIT EAIIAN Earl Blue, pictured right, with his business partner William Spencer Earl said he knew he 'might have a situation' with Spacey on the first day of filming in Baltimore when he and one of his supervisors, called Eric Lyles, were introduced to the actor. He said: 'The locations manager wanted to introduce him to me and my supervisor for the company and then meet a police officer who was handling the police situation. 'So Spacey comes out of the trailer and the locations manager says, "Kevin, I just want to introduce you to the security team." He introduced me, the supervisor, and the policeman by name. 'Kevin is standing right next to me. He looks me up and down, looks at my supervisor up and down, and reaches across us to shake the hand of the police officer and then walks away We are all standing there looking at each other like, "OK, that was awkward." 'From that point on we had a security officer posted outside of his trailer and my security force is predominantly African-American. 'Every time he walked back he would look at this black officer but he wouldn't even speak. He never spoke to my security guards but he was talking to everyone else. He even talked to the location manager that tried to introduce us to start with 'He talked to all the police officers, laughing and joking with them. Lyles, a 47-year-old who has worked in the security industry for 17 years, also recalls the alleged incident. He said: 'l always meet the stars and see what they're like, what their likes and dislikes are When I went to meet Mr Spacey to say hello to him, I went to extend my hand to him to shake his and he didn't want to shake my hand. I have never had that problem before As company boss, Earl said he would usually position himself next to the main talent, so he was stationed around 15 to 20 feet from Spacey's trailer. He claims that every time the actor left to go on set, he would lock the door behind him and start to walk away before turning around and checking the door a second time Earl said: 'He would look at me, walk back to his trailer and check to make sure the door was locked