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Analysis posted Mar 03 2014, 12:52 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Criminal Justice Student Gets A Taste Of The Criminal Justice System

Chris | InformationLiberation

A criminal justice student admiring the work of police at a speed trap got a taste of the criminal justice system when a cop grabbed her by her hair and dragged her to jail for questioning his authority.

Abie Kyle Ikhinmwin, 25, was sitting on her bicycle at a bus stop while photographing a speed trap on a Texas highway and sharing the pictures on Facebook, I told my friends, 'This is where our funding is going, straight into hard police work.'"

It was then that a "hard working" police officer approached her and threatened to arrest her for being a traffic hazard.

Whats the traffic violation? Im 12 inches from the curb. Am I not 12 inches within the curb?

No maam. Its not the curb.

OK. What is it?

Let me see some ID, please. Let me see some ID.


The officer then arrested her for failure to ID, which again, is not a crime unless you're under arrest or driving a car. Nonetheless, they dropped that charge and instead decided to charge her for "failure to obey a police officer," and "impeding traffic," because charges are things to be made up in post.

Perhaps Abie will now realize she should be fighting the police rather than working for them.
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Posted: Mar 03 2014, 9:37 AM

71237 As I've said before, list his address. Problems like this will be quickly resolved.

Posted: Mar 03 2014, 2:50 PM

170213 millions of people a year drop out of criminal justice and move on to something else once they realize what they are being taught is not what [unless the dollar rules their life] the reality is.

Posted: Mar 03 2014, 9:51 PM

10842 I couldn't make it past the headline: "Criminal Justice Student"....

How is it "justice," if the word: "criminal," is placed before it? And, wouldn't being a "student" of the "criminal justice system," suggest that the student is a criminal in training? I suppose, that's where the term: "it takes a thief - to catch a thief" comes from...

I think the title would speak more truth if were to read: "the criminal's justice system"


Posted: Mar 03 2014, 9:54 PM

It's the *criminal* justice system, as in the justice system is criminal.

Posted: Mar 04 2014, 3:53 AM

10842 @ Chris: define: "criminal."

My next question would be: "who wrote the rules to define the word: *criminal*?
Whomever posted this ^ link, was obviously from Texas.

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