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Sunday, January 31, 2016


Wow. Sadly, your experience doesn't surprise me even though I don't have any comparable experience. I can imagine the incredulous officer asking "why?" in the tone you describe when you point out something that should be obvious. Ugh!

How dreadful for you! I am furious at those jerks. But do not let it deter you from doing the right thing another time..our God is with you, and we are called to be salt and light in a wicked and hurting world.

Psalm 119:51

1 Peter 3: 14-17

You were right to do as you did. That is what God requires of us--to show courage in the face of evil.

You're lucky to not have ended up arrested. The police see everyone not a cop as either perpetrators or potential perpetrators. Very risky to think you can communicate with them as a human being to a human being--that's strictly for TV shows. That's a very scary situation you were in, and like I said, you were lucky.

No details, no description of the crime being reported...

A friend of mine recently reported a guy who was making drug deals on Twitter. No pot, but heavy duty stuff. My friend's Twitter account was suspended. Go figure.

Never bow to pressure to shut up about criminal activity.

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