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  1. https://www.sigsauer.com/congressional-medal-of-honor-recipient-command-master-chief-britt-slabinski-awarded-with-commemorative-mk25-pistol-and-documentary/?utm_source=Sig+Emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MOH+Blog+Post&utm_content=MOH+Blog+Post
  2. At least it didn't happen in Tennessee - we've had our share lately. https://www.theblaze.com/news/police-arrest-2-arkansas-men-after-men-provide-wild-007-like-story-about-how-one-of-the-men-ended-up-at-a-local-hospital-after-being-shot
  3. Thanks for the info. Those are good prices, too for leather
  4. What a waste of a nice Caprice !
  5. This shows how important it is to elect Sheriff's that are staunch supporters of the 2nd Amendment.
  6. You said you came to Tennessee in 1998. There is a long history waaaaaaay before 1998 of Smyrna being one of Tennessee's biggest speed traps. It was on the main highway to Nashville before the Interstate was built and greatly supplemented the local economy. When the Interstate came through, it killed off some of that revenue. I don't know how it is today. I haven't been down there in years. From what you said above, it sounds like it hasn't improved a lot.
  7. If the laws aren't enforced, there is no need in having them. I would imagine that the Patrolman would never have thought that he would have to use any kind of force on a seatbelt infraction. Normal people would have taken the ticket and gone on about their business. Unfortunately, there's always those few who think the law does not apply to them and they can do whatever they want.
  8. She admitted she made a mistake. She was going for her Taser. It was a bad mistake. However, it would have never gotten to that point had he just taken the ticket and gone to court to argue his point there. Police cannot let someone go just because a person feels they don't deserve a ticket. There would be no need for traffic laws if that were the case. Two ways this could have been prevented. (1) He could have worn his seatbelt. If he didn't like the seatbelt law, he could have contacted his legislative representatives, argued his case, and ask that they change the laws. (2) Take the ticket and go to court to state his case there like most rational people would have done.

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