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Monday, September 10, 2007


Brett Darrow should hook up with QVC or HSN and start hawking a Cop Buster Vehicle Kit. The bumper sticker might prevent some manic lawman from getting too frisky during a traffic stop.

Professional courtesy is the technique lawmen use for immunity from traffic citations which they announce with decals and license plate frame emblems, and when all else fails they only have to flash the badge, so citizens can achieve some peace of mind with a "DARROW EQUIPPED VEHICLE" sticker.

Until such time all motorists should take the precaution of handheld video cams or audio recording gadgets which are easily concealed. A citizen can never be too safe when you consider the following comment from those wise men in black.

"This year saw, for the first time ever, a United States Supreme Court opinion in which four justices of the Court opined that some citizens might well be justified in their belief that fleeing from an approaching police officer may be the best thing to do, whether innocent or guilty".

It would be easy to get the impression the OFFICERS OF THE LAW at the DUI checkpoint are exhibiting a lawless mob mentality. You only have to listen to the first few minutes of the audio, until the point when the laughing goon commandeers the vehicle (K-9s roaring in the background) and chuckles over the fact he can't drive a stick.

(free association time)



"The arresting officers beat Louima with their fists, nightsticks, and hand-held police radios on the ride to the station. On arriving at the station house, he was strip-searched and put in a holding cell. The beating continued later, culminating with Louima being raped in a bathroom at the 70th Precinct station house in Brooklyn. Officer Justin Volpe kicked Louima in the groin, then, while Louima's hands were cuffed behind his back, sodomized him with a plunger, causing severe internal damage to his colon and bladder that required several operations to repair. Volpe then walked through the precinct holding the bloody, excrement-stained instrument in his hand, indicating that he had "broke a man down."

Brett Darrow obviously doesn't realize how fortunate he really was.

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