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Nutcase Millennial gets taken down by cops

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March 19, 2019, 07:16 AM
justjoe
Nutcase Millennial gets taken down by cops
I was hoping they'd taze her. I love it when they go from screaming, cursing, threatening, screeching to AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!


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March 19, 2019, 07:53 AM
Georgeair
quote:
“...Although as of now, I cannot afford tuition to Stanford, I know one day I will fulfill every dream I’ve ever had of becoming a successful lawyer. I refuse to let this situation impede me from reaching my future plans.....”


Felonies have a way of interfering with licensing for law, accounting, medicine, you know, actual professions.



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March 19, 2019, 10:59 AM
radioman
Wondering....

Clearly from the timeline, she was 20 YO at the time of arrest. That's just a fact.
Not old enough to drink in California. The female officer clearly thought she had been drinking.

Yet no place did I see any indication that she was being charged for being a minor who consumed alcohol. (unless I overlooked it).

Seems like this would have been an easy charge for this nutcase.

Is a 20 YO who illegally consumed alcohol such a small thing these days that cops / courts don't even bother with it??

I recall the days when someone less than 21 who had consumed alcohol would lose their license, even if they weren't driving, and such offenses would make insurance very expensive for years for the violator, again, even if they weren't driving.

Has all this changed? Is it somehow difficult for a cop to arrest on such a charge??


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March 19, 2019, 11:11 AM
Leemur
Proper application of pressure to the wrist holding the cop’s hair would’ve loosened her grip. Really wish they could’ve worn that bitch out.
March 19, 2019, 11:45 AM
radioman
quote:
Originally posted by Leemur:
Proper application of pressure to the wrist holding the cop’s hair would’ve loosened her grip.


I guess the choke hold is out in these times?


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March 19, 2019, 12:40 PM
mlazarus
The term Liquid Lawyer might apply here to the arrested party.


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March 19, 2019, 12:48 PM
ZSMICHAEL
I hope the admissions Department at Stanford sees her video. They might be able to use her in their Band.
March 19, 2019, 01:15 PM
Leemur
quote:
Originally posted by radioman:
quote:
Originally posted by Leemur:
Proper application of pressure to the wrist holding the cop’s hair would’ve loosened her grip.


I guess the choke hold is out in these times?


Ultimately I’d prefer to see her take a hickory implement to the face but since such things are deemed brutality even when deserved I’d settle for a choke too.

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March 19, 2019, 01:37 PM
Bytes
quote:
Originally posted by Georgeair:
quote:
“...Although as of now, I cannot afford tuition to Stanford, I know one day I will fulfill every dream I’ve ever had of becoming a successful lawyer. I refuse to let this situation impede me from reaching my future plans.....”


Felonies have a way of interfering with licensing for law, accounting, medicine, you know, actual professions.


My career would have been severely hampered by a felony or two. Most companies don't like a convicted felon riding herd on their data.
March 19, 2019, 01:39 PM
OKCGene
quote:
Originally posted by radioman:
Wondering....

Clearly from the timeline, she was 20 YO at the time of arrest. That's just a fact.
Not old enough to drink in California. The female officer clearly thought she had been drinking.

Yet no place did I see any indication that she was being charged for being a minor who consumed alcohol. (unless I overlooked it).

Seems like this would have been an easy charge for this nutcase.

Is a 20 YO who illegally consumed alcohol such a small thing these days that cops / courts don't even bother with it??

I recall the days when someone less than 21 who had consumed alcohol would lose their license, even if they weren't driving, and such offenses would make insurance very expensive for years for the violator, again, even if they weren't driving.

Has all this changed? Is it somehow difficult for a cop to arrest on such a charge??


She was not the reason for the stop, another passenger in the car was the reason for hanging out of the car in an unsafe manner.

Little miss big mouth passenger interjected herself into the police interaction, and the rest is, as we say, history.
March 19, 2019, 01:46 PM
Rightwire
quote:
Originally posted by radioman:
Wondering....

Clearly from the timeline, she was 20 YO at the time of arrest. That's just a fact.
Not old enough to drink in California. The female officer clearly thought she had been drinking.

Yet no place did I see any indication that she was being charged for being a minor who consumed alcohol. (unless I overlooked it).

Seems like this would have been an easy charge for this nutcase.

Is a 20 YO who illegally consumed alcohol such a small thing these days that cops / courts don't even bother with it??

I recall the days when someone less than 21 who had consumed alcohol would lose their license, even if they weren't driving, and such offenses would make insurance very expensive for years for the violator, again, even if they weren't driving.

Has all this changed? Is it somehow difficult for a cop to arrest on such a charge??


The bigger point for me is the officer knew she had been drinking, probably had an idea she was underage, and was willing to let it slide if she'd just shut up.

Unfortunately Miss I-Have-to-Know-it-All talked her self into an arrest and grabbed the officers hair. After that she got exactly what she had coming to her.




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March 19, 2019, 04:50 PM
Tonydec
Love it, but yea, Taser would have been awesome. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.


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March 19, 2019, 05:03 PM
HayesGreener
This is what happens when the toddler who throws an uncorrected tantrum in the supermarket reaches age 20. This is probably the first time she has ever been held accountable for anything and couldn't believe it when she encountered an adult who wouldn't back down. Parents are raising these entitled assholes and can't figure out why they behave like entitled assholes.


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March 19, 2019, 07:00 PM
Butch 2340
Made my flipping day. Razz


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March 19, 2019, 07:15 PM
smschulz
quote:
Originally posted by OKCGene:
Oh this is rich. Just google Samantha Luna.

What a fool. She’s even started a Go Fund Me. Go google her name and read her statements. Pathetic.

From her Twitter “
A video of me getting arrested by a WHITE FEMALE COP for no reason and then getting tackled by 4 grown men because she couldn’t handle herself when I had her by the hair.“

Um, yeah, go ahead and admit you assaulted a cop.



She is pulling out all the Millennial Stops on this one with shit everywhere.
It looks like it is really effective too - raised a whole $1500 since last summer. Eek
Would love to see the follow up after her conviction. Smile
March 19, 2019, 10:02 PM
DaBigBR
quote:
Originally posted by Rightwire:
quote:
Originally posted by radioman:
Wondering....

Clearly from the timeline, she was 20 YO at the time of arrest. That's just a fact.
Not old enough to drink in California. The female officer clearly thought she had been drinking.

Yet no place did I see any indication that she was being charged for being a minor who consumed alcohol. (unless I overlooked it).

Seems like this would have been an easy charge for this nutcase.

Is a 20 YO who illegally consumed alcohol such a small thing these days that cops / courts don't even bother with it??

I recall the days when someone less than 21 who had consumed alcohol would lose their license, even if they weren't driving, and such offenses would make insurance very expensive for years for the violator, again, even if they weren't driving.

Has all this changed? Is it somehow difficult for a cop to arrest on such a charge??


The bigger point for me is the officer knew she had been drinking, probably had an idea she was underage, and was willing to let it slide if she'd just shut up.

Unfortunately Miss I-Have-to-Know-it-All talked her self into an arrest and grabbed the officers hair. After that she got exactly what she had coming to her.


We have a charge here for Possession of Alcohol Under the Legal Age that is only filed for people possessing alcohol, not those who have consumed it. I know that's probably a fairly fine line, but "internal possession" is not something anybody bothers arguing here and I'm not certain it would be successful. The public intoxication law applies to everybody regardless of age.
March 20, 2019, 05:19 AM
downtownv
Don't worry a liberal Judge will give her 5 day probation and the right to sue the city police. Get big reward$$$$ for being a Mexican in Cali.


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March 20, 2019, 05:20 AM
parabellum
Cut it out. Take the cynicism elsewhere.
March 20, 2019, 06:44 AM
jljones
quote:
Originally posted by Rightwire:
quote:
Originally posted by radioman:
Wondering....

Clearly from the timeline, she was 20 YO at the time of arrest. That's just a fact.
Not old enough to drink in California. The female officer clearly thought she had been drinking.

Yet no place did I see any indication that she was being charged for being a minor who consumed alcohol. (unless I overlooked it).

Seems like this would have been an easy charge for this nutcase.

Is a 20 YO who illegally consumed alcohol such a small thing these days that cops / courts don't even bother with it??

I recall the days when someone less than 21 who had consumed alcohol would lose their license, even if they weren't driving, and such offenses would make insurance very expensive for years for the violator, again, even if they weren't driving.

Has all this changed? Is it somehow difficult for a cop to arrest on such a charge??


The bigger point for me is the officer knew she had been drinking, probably had an idea she was underage, and was willing to let it slide if she'd just shut up.

Unfortunately Miss I-Have-to-Know-it-All talked her self into an arrest and grabbed the officers hair. After that she got exactly what she had coming to her.


Think of it like this. If someone is trafficking in meth, I can't charge them with trafficking in meth, and possession of meth. If they trafficked in it, at some point, they had to possess it, right? I know we can construct some wild ass scenario to where they trafficked in it, but never touched it, but 99 percent have dope, and hand it off to someone else for profit.

The next county over you can charge both. It's called home cooking, and each jurisdiction is a little different on what can and can't be charged by the prosecutor.

Alcohol Intoxication usually has a component of being a "danger to themselves or others". It is the worse charge. Or because of the nature, perhaps the cops didn't want to appear to be charge stacking.

Who knows, but it is far from uncommon. Here, possession of alcohol by a minor has NEVER been an arrest able offense.


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March 20, 2019, 09:05 AM
maximus_flavius
Plain few folks talk their way out of jail.

A lot of folks talk their way into jail.