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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by steve knight, Oct 9, 2014.
Walking through on the way to the bus and found this I guess a munchy run
Did you keep it ?
No even smelling the smoke closely gives me a headache. Morphine for a kidney stone only have me a headache. Plus the stuff stinks. Smelled it coming from a church once while walking by
So you just left it there? Breaks my heart...
someone else may find it then it would make them happy. it may be full of gravel too. we have maybe 15 pot places within 5 to 10 miles here in Portland so it is not hard to get.
Well, put me in the camp that had no idea what that was or even that it was drugs until I read your comment about a munchy run. Still don't know what it is. Pot?
Yes pot. Been a long time since I saw it in person.
Damn, that's at least $100 worth of primo bud.
Most likely a trap set by the cops looking for someone to pick it up.
"Hey, looks guys! A free 6 digit lawsuit settlement! WOO, I WANT A NEW CAR!"
So are cell phone check points.
Do they fake a roadside accident to try and trick you into pulling out your phone while driving and calling 911 so they can give you a ticket?
They use unmarked cars about a half mile up the road and radio in those without seat belts or talking on a cell phone.
That's not the same as setting someone up to do something illegal. That's just working undercover. Apples and oranges.
That's just identifying those breaking the law. They're not tricking you into removing your seat belt.
Here's what you do.
Before you pick it up, take a picture of the weed and surrounding area, then post it up on your Facebook wall. Give it a caption, like "whoa, look at what I found in the Krispy Kreme parking lot, and NO FUZZ AROUND ANYWHERE." This way, when you grab it, and they come to arrest you, you have a time-stamped picture showing that the weed was lying on the ground at x time, x amount of minutes before they came and arrested you for possession.
It all but spells out entrapment, and you'll end up getting a free car.
Also, everyone else is right, the seat belt cellphone thing isn't entrapment. They have to entice you into committing a crime you wouldn't have otherwise committed before it can be considered as such. The cops in the unmarked car didn't compel you to take off your seatbelt. They just warned their buddies up the street you weren't wearing one, and to pull you over.
That was my first thought though I know it was not. But who knows how many times it was run over or filled with gravel. I could have sold it as a special Krispy Kreme type for twice as much