Man Tells Cop Summons For "Public Drinking" Doesn't Apply To Private Property -- Cop Tells Man "I Don't Care What The Law Says, You're Getting A Summons"Chris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 12, 2012
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Law? I don't need to know no stinkin' law, I'm a police officer!
Via the New York Times:
As they often do, Andrew Rausa and a few friends spent the evening of July 4 lounging barefoot on the front stoop of a friend's brownstone home in Brooklyn and enjoying a few beers. Escaping the indoor heat, Mr. Rausa and two friends sipped cans of Brooklyn Summer Ale; his girlfriend held an unopened bottle of a blueberry ale.The group has apparently decided to risk it and is going to attempt to fight it out in court. Hopefully, they don't get screwed by some power mad bureaucrat in a robe who also "doesn't care what the law says."