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September 09, 2014


Fort Mill man calls 'base' on police after car chase

(Thanks to Ralph K.)


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In that case, sir, you are free to go.

All my base are belong to you.

He also claimed that by shutting his eyes, he would be invisible to the deputies.

if he goes to jail, he'll be debased.

"Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, my client distinctly, and with witnesses present, called dibs on the accused, and as it states in section 3, clause 9 of the County Highway Code, once dibs are called, there are no givesy-backsies."

"Objection, your Honor. The counsel for the prosecution is avoiding the question as to whether, while my client may be rubber, his is, indeed, glue."

"Sustained. There will now be a fifteen-minute recess."

"Wheeeeeeee! YOU'RE 'it'!

Here in the Carolinas that's a recognizable defense.

In Texas "he needed killin'" is a defense to a murder charge.

No tag-backs!

We intend to take this case.

This phenomenon puzzles me.
In our area we had a robber/killer who was shooting gas station operators in the head for a few hundred dollars.
Then one operator got off a shot in return and the guy fled with State Police right on his tail.
They followed him about 45 miles to his home trailer, where he rushed in. Then he claimed they couldn't arrest him because he'd "made it".
He was wrong.

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