Re: Alfonzo Dennard
posted at 4/29/2012 4:17 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Alfonzo Dennard : I married the girl I was driving to the night I crashed, she was going to school out of state at the time and I was leaving work and sober, but thanks again for your foolish lies and assumptions. I have been teaching 5th grade Sci/SS for 4 years now My stint in the guard included helping during Katrina for 2 months in '05 A judge excused my felony charge and made it clear the officer was wrong . All the other college campus situations I referenced took place 8-12 years ago, and again, the officers were wrong (they were of course not felonies), caring more about 'catching an underage kid drinking or for possession' over the health and safety of basically teengers growing up and experienceing life is pathetic. Not all officers are like this, but many are. Your comments above are racist (lily white?) and take anything I said out of context. I said racial profiling is a sad fact and players like Dennard/Jenkins are often the victims of it. I said even though police officers treated me and others around me unfairly MANY times, LUCKILY race was never a factor as it is so often for athletes targeted b/c they are black. TRUE FACT. A person who hits a woman or a child is a loser. A person who is involved in drunken bar alteractions with cops or other college aged kids or smokes weed is just being 18-23 years old, and its not as big deal as narrow-minded individuals with a desire to judge others and rant from a soap box like yourself make it out to be an many times the officer is more at fault than the person arrested. If you are an NFL veteran or a 30 year old teacher like me and are out doing this things at night then its a different story. thanks for playing
Posted by rameakap[/QUOTE]
YOU ARE A WINNER.....
YOU drove off the road and damaged someone else's property...... IT WAS NOT THE COPS PLACE TO LET IT GO...... The judge had a right to tell a cop that he felt he overreached- IT IS THE JUDGE's JOB TO DO THAT!
YOu keep using the term that you were SOBER.... had you had anything alcoholic to drink? How was the officer supposed to know that when he spoke with you the next morning? YOU SEE RAMEKAP.... it is the officer's job to investigate and give evidence to the judicial system- NOT TO MAKE THE DECISION. People who drink ( not that I am saying you did)... People who drink say one of two things when they are confronted after an accident.... 1) I was sober..... 2) I only had 2 beers. YOU used one of those- so I am sure that they questioned further making you feel intimidated. They followed up on a known problem. RAMEAKAP.... what is the reasoning that you feel the officer went after you? COME ON... You must have found some way to justify your accident in your mind, and then this man harrassing you. WHAT reasoning do you have for him coming after you? I mean you say it has nothing to do with the law.... he just came after sweet innocent you.... WHY?
Because your story used cliches and didn't make sense. WHY did you not call the cops when you had the accident? Why did you leave the scene abruptly? Why do you use the words "I was sober" vs I had no alcohol?
YOU had a hit and run (by the definition of the law) accident with property damage.... and you wanted him to let it go. HE didn;t give you a break so now he is wrong.... but in reality he is NOT WRONG... and I doubt the judge used those words..... I am sure he was told by the judge that there was not enough evidence for the judge to punish you... but I doubt he was told he was WRONG in charging you at all. He may have been told that you should have been cited for something lesser.... but YOU Admit to driving off the road, damaging property, and then leaving the scene.... MAN! Stuff happens it was an accident.... but I do not want my officers being Judge, Jury and Executioner.... and that is what you want "IF" they let you go!
There job is to protect everyone.... and to investigate strange occurrances....LIKE YOURS...
YOU whined about getting dragged into court.... TRY THIS ONE... SOmeone got caught wreckless driving back in 1982 they claimed to be me..... I never knew it... they had my full name, my address, etc.... and claimed to be me... They were about 5'10-6'0 slight of build with blond hair.... None of my neighbors.... No one I knew personally fit that description.... When I did not show up for court (because I did not know)- they issued a bench warrant for my arrest. 2 days later the cops showed up at my home, put me in cuffs and walked me down the two flights of stairs to their car. The bail was $10,000 because obviously I would not come to court ( I was 21). They figured I might flee... Mom and Dad had to go to a bail bondsman and put the home up as collatteral. We went to court 10 days later- Still not knowing the facts of the situation. I showed up at Arraignment.... The Judge looked over to me... DO you have an attorney? NO SIR! Why not, this is a pretty deep problem SON. I said "SIR I do not even know what you guys are talking about. I know not when I supposedly got pulled over, I know not where, I know not anything about this". He said "GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?" I said "I DON'T KNOW" It pissed that circuit court magistrate off. I said; "May I ask a question?" He let me ask and I said to the officer; AM I the person you saw that day? DO I meet your description?" LOOK I WASN'T THERE.... I am 6'7" tall 240# and well I didn't have blonde hair.... I had very short hair. He said NO... I Still had to go to court. BTW; this was in Rancho Cordova, CA.
SO "I" really did nothing and got caught by the system.... YOU did something and they held you accountable...... WHEN WILL YOU STOP WHINING..... YOU were wrong.... the officer could have given you a break... He did not.... that does not mean that ALL cops are heavy handed and that they should ignore any law that is broken while they are present.
AGAIN IF we want to get all laws dropped I would love to CAP a few people in the name of making it a better world. LOL However we are a scoiety of laws... and we do not pick and choose those which are important to us personally.