Tuesday, May 24, 2016

More ATF road rage.

Driver of unmarked ATF vehicle prompts complaints, investigation


B-4 said...

I can install lights an such on anything, never stop for an unmarked unit no matter who they think they are! Call 911 as soon as they light/sound you up and, keep driving or drive to a safe area. If it's a legit stop the marked unit will take lead with their lights an sound. You can hash it out in court but never ever stop for an unmarked unit, no matter how tough you think you are. B-4

Anonymous said...

Ahhh, yes. Another case of Only-Ones-itis.
"We are The Only Ones authorized to be on and use the public roads. Now move over, peasants. I have an emergency appointment with a doughnut."

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Typical for the ATF Cartell!

Dr.D said...

the typical "the law is for thee and not for me"


Chris Morton said...

Typical of the BATFE ( REFUSE to indulge their three letter agency envy).

Recall them putting on their own little taxpayer funded Klan rally in the '90s, the "Good Old Boy's Roundup".

They've been scum from the day of their founding and remain that to this day.

Anonymous said...

I agree never stop for your case b-4 - especialy in regards to young girls out in the country stopped by who knows who at night time. ( Had a go with a imposter around here a couple years back).

But there is also the Lavoy example to contemplate.
If LEO wants you dead, you will be dead one way or the other.
Its pretty harsh when LEO becomes the criminal, eh?

As for ATF specifically, well, they are above the law, well, rather, outside the law, from the get go so who can expect them, any of them, to operate under the rule of law itself?

Anonymous said...

A police force accustomed to getting away with abusing the civilian populations, will continue to do so until the that population defends itself ysing lethal force against them. NO BULLY rezpects a population that will NOT fight back and fears it. The US police are no different than banana republic ones.

There i said it where no one else will, yet again.

Sign me, Neal Jensen