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July 29, 2014

IN THAT CASE, SIR, YOU ARE FREE TO GO

When a sergeant asked Medina why he hadn’t stopped, the suspect reportedly said: “I didn’t find it necessary.”

Guess the state.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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"Hey, officer dude, I'm a free spirit, OK? Lighten up!"

"Medina was being held without bond, according to the sheriff’s website."

Yikes! I think there must be more to this story ...

Back when I was in college (stone age), a guy started walking out of a lecture hall. The self-important prof asked him where he was going, and he answered "I think my time could be better spent elsewhere" and kept going. Sometimes you just have to ignore authority figures.

Florida feels bad for him, and sent him an FDL....

Honesty is best, therefore it will be severely punished.

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