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Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by the book » 07/07/11 07:45:52

He wrote a book, too.

Here's the cover.

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Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by what a joke » 07/06/11 20:35:26

Guest wrote:
gsosbee wrote:Your statement as follows is an harassing threat and is unlawful under the laws of the state of Texas :
"... don't try to flee or elude the police. It would be wrong...... and could be fatal. I'm from the government...."

I therefore call on the moderator and the corrupt & incompetent police to investigate your illegal use of computers for harassment purposes. Also, as you are from the government, the Federal Communication Commission is also being notified of your sick mind and filthy tongue. Seek help and stop threatening this writer. Tell me your name and your department of government and I'm sure the doj would like to have a talk with you, little guy.
geral sosbee (956)536-0439


This is the high modernator. We have your computer's IP address and will contact you soon. We are monitoring the transmissions in and out of your residence to ensure your safety. Remember, we are the government and are herevto help you.


geral sosbee (956)536-0439

His name IS Geral. I thought he couldn't spell General.

He has numerous web pages; I won't waste your time with links, but here is a sample headline: fbi assaults sosbee with single chemically created kidney stone, evidently.
by geral • Thursday, Aug. 14, 2008 at 4:24 PM.

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:roll:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Guest » 07/06/11 10:36:40

gsosbee wrote:Your statement as follows is an harassing threat and is unlawful under the laws of the state of Texas :
"... don't try to flee or elude the police. It would be wrong...... and could be fatal. I'm from the government...."

I therefore call on the moderator and the corrupt & incompetent police to investigate your illegal use of computers for harassment purposes. Also, as you are from the government, the Federal Communication Commission is also being notified of your sick mind and filthy tongue. Seek help and stop threatening this writer. Tell me your name and your department of government and I'm sure the doj would like to have a talk with you, little guy.
geral sosbee (956)536-0439


This is the high modernator. We have your computer's IP address and will contact you soon. We are monitoring the transmissions in and out of your residence to ensure your safety. Remember, we are the government and are herevto help you.

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Guest » 07/05/11 22:36:27

Stay in Texas and stay off our board. Texas is a great place for criminals....highest number on death row and the highest number of executions. The eyes of Texas are upon you....flee and see what happens.

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by gsosbee » 07/05/11 19:25:31

Your statement as follows is an harassing threat and is unlawful under the laws of the state of Texas :
"... don't try to flee or elude the police. It would be wrong...... and could be fatal. I'm from the government...."

I therefore call on the moderator and the corrupt & incompetent police to investigate your illegal use of computers for harassment purposes. Also, as you are from the government, the Federal Communication Commission is also being notified of your sick mind and filthy tongue. Seek help and stop threatening this writer. Tell me your name and your department of government and I'm sure the doj would like to have a talk with you, little guy.
geral sosbee (956)536-0439

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Be wary » 07/05/11 15:47:57

gsosbee wrote:'Be Wary' exactly reflects the low mentality of the incompetent, cowardly and corrupt *police of this nation as he is also a pathological liar and hate monger who engages in ad hominem assaults in order to avoid the real issues. Tell us your true name, little man and take credit for your violent & degenerate statements. The police have gone too far in their manipulation of the slovenly courts and the people have the right and the duty to protect their fundamental human and constitutional rights against the outrageous police killing campaign now underway across the US.
The next time you gun down a man fleeing from your *murderous gang, think less of the silly law cited above wherein you can put the subject away for life (in some cases) , and focus more on your participation in the unacceptable Totalitarian State that the police, fbi, cia, courts, etc. now force on the people..

Here are some links corresponding generally to 'Be Wary's' attempts to discredit:

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/part19a-updatefo.html

http://barbarahartwell.blogspot.com/200 ... lower.html

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/letterformthemed.html

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/geralsosbeearmyf.html

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/hightechassau.html

*
http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/statement.html



Oh my, I underestimated the extent of your derangement.

Aluminum foil isn't going to suffice for your protective helmet. You must use an aluminum cooking pot on your head to protect you from the mind melders. You would probably also benefit from aluminum foil covering all of your windows.

Even this may not be enough. I've heard that the Klingons have some technology that requires a Kryptonite force field for full protection.

In the mean time, don't try to flee or elude the police. It would be wrong...... and could be fatal. I'm from the government and I'm here to help you.

:cop:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by gsosbee » 07/05/11 08:31:19

'Be Wary' exactly reflects the low mentality of the incompetent, cowardly and corrupt *police of this nation as he is also a pathological liar and hate monger who engages in ad hominem assaults in order to avoid the real issues. Tell us your true name, little man and take credit for your violent & degenerate statements. The police have gone too far in their manipulation of the slovenly courts and the people have the right and the duty to protect their fundamental human and constitutional rights against the outrageous police killing campaign now underway across the US.
The next time you gun down a man fleeing from your *murderous gang, think less of the silly law cited above wherein you can put the subject away for life (in some cases) , and focus more on your participation in the unacceptable Totalitarian State that the police, fbi, cia, courts, etc. now force on the people..

Here are some links corresponding generally to 'Be Wary's' attempts to discredit:

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/part19a-updatefo.html

http://barbarahartwell.blogspot.com/200 ... lower.html

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/letterformthemed.html

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/geralsosbeearmyf.html

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/hightechassau.html

*
http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/statement.html

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Be wary » 07/03/11 17:08:31

gsosbee wrote:I am anti assassins and I am anti 'their supporters' like you; tell us your name punky one; then, we can credit your great mind and brave heart. Come out of hiding.

Now, regarding the ill advised law of making the fleeing from police a felony: this is a grave mistake because fleeing from serial killers is reasonable under any circumstances. The cops are trained to kill and to bring great harm to anyone at anytime.

The new law may therefore offer the citizen a choice: flee and be charged with a felony, or fight and be charged with a felony.

In any ebent the role of the corrupt and homicidal police in our society is similar to the role of Mafia figures on the street and in theory no difference in their characters exist.
Until this simple truth is realized and the police are disarmed or removed from our streets, violence remains the order of the day, 365.
geral sosbee


http://barbarahartwellvscia.blogspot.co ... -2010.html

http://sosbeevfbi.com/proclamation.html


I'm sure you are right. No doubt those voices you hear in your head have been warning you about the corrupt and homicidal police who are out to get you.

But be careful, it's not just the police. The doctors and nurses have their eye on you too. They've been talking about harvesting your organs and using your cadaver for scientific research.

And, of course, the CIA and FBI are conspiring to have you simply disappear without a trace to prevent having you expose their duplicity.

Watch out for those bag boys at the grocery store. They might switch your purchases for food contaminated with rat poison when you aren't looking.

Actually, it's possible that everyone is out to get you.

You might want to put an aluminum foil cap on your head and stay h0me indoors all the time.

:cop:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by gsosbee » 07/03/11 16:36:02

I am anti assassins and I am anti 'their supporters' like you; tell us your name punky one; then, we can credit your great mind and brave heart. Come out of hiding.

Now, regarding the ill advised law of making the fleeing from police a felony: this is a grave mistake because fleeing from serial killers is reasonable under any circumstances. The cops are trained to kill and to bring great harm to anyone at anytime.

The new law may therefore offer the citizen a choice: flee and be charged with a felony, or fight and be charged with a felony.

In any ebent the role of the corrupt and homicidal police in our society is similar to the role of Mafia figures on the street and in theory no difference in their characters exist.
Until this simple truth is realized and the police are disarmed or removed from our streets, violence remains the order of the day, 365.
geral sosbee


http://barbarahartwellvscia.blogspot.co ... -2010.html

http://sosbeevfbi.com/proclamation.html

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Ho hum » 06/30/11 12:40:29

gsosbee wrote:http://sosbeevfbi.ning.com/forum/topics/fbicia-police-have-a-simple?xg_source=activity
http://sosbeevfbi.ning.com/profiles/blo ... d-warriors
http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/governmentmustcr.html



The fbi/cia/police and their operatives have a simple message for the Target:
We Intend to....

http://www.sosbeevfbi.com/oliverwendallhol.html


Ho hum. Another post by an anti-police loon who doesn't even know how to insert a link to another site in a message.

:snicker:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Guest » 06/30/11 12:31:21

Flee to elude if they got out of a car and was the driver, having been lawfully stopped by an identified law enforcement officer.

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Not escape » 06/14/11 10:02:38

Guest wrote:When did you ever charge someone who flees on foot from you with FLEEING??????? Didn't think so. Brush up on your statutes ROOK.
No escape wrote:
Average Joe wrote:
Guest wrote:I think AJ was musing about charging people with escape. I do not believe any of the Justices suggested charging people with escape for fleeing in a vehicle.



Was asking a serious question.

The courts have ruled that if one flees from you on foot and he knew he was going to be arrested then this person is escaping and can be charged as such. Why not the same with cars? i am not saying to do this all of the time, but if you need to keep the person in jail in order to by you time to complete your investigation than why not. They would be held with a no bond.

Just saying sometimes you need to be creative, but then I am sure you would have a very hard time finding a supervisor that would stick their neck out and sign the CRA.


No, you are confusing things. The fleeing on foot is just that... fleeing.

The justice clearly was talking about the hazards associated with automobiles in his ruling. "Risk of violence is inherent to vehicle flight," Kennedy said. "It is well known that when offenders use motor vehicles as their means of escape they create serious potential risks of physical injury to others." That is where the violent felony comes in.

You can't be creative with your charges where there is no Florida Statute to support you. Don't get hung up on the term escape.

:roll:



Since there are multiple quotes in the message, it is unclear who you are addressing your remarks to.

What do YOU charge someone who flees on foot that you have never had in lawful custody.....escape? Quote the statute.

:?:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Guest » 06/14/11 02:33:17

When did you ever charge someone who flees on foot from you with FLEEING??????? Didn't think so. Brush up on your statutes ROOK.
No escape wrote:
Average Joe wrote:
Guest wrote:I think AJ was musing about charging people with escape. I do not believe any of the Justices suggested charging people with escape for fleeing in a vehicle.



Was asking a serious question.

The courts have ruled that if one flees from you on foot and he knew he was going to be arrested then this person is escaping and can be charged as such. Why not the same with cars? i am not saying to do this all of the time, but if you need to keep the person in jail in order to by you time to complete your investigation than why not. They would be held with a no bond.

Just saying sometimes you need to be creative, but then I am sure you would have a very hard time finding a supervisor that would stick their neck out and sign the CRA.


No, you are confusing things. The fleeing on foot is just that... fleeing.

The justice clearly was talking about the hazards associated with automobiles in his ruling. "Risk of violence is inherent to vehicle flight," Kennedy said. "It is well known that when offenders use motor vehicles as their means of escape they create serious potential risks of physical injury to others." That is where the violent felony comes in.

You can't be creative with your charges where there is no Florida Statute to support you. Don't get hung up on the term escape.

:roll:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by No escape » 06/12/11 16:46:24

Average Joe wrote:
Guest wrote:I think AJ was musing about charging people with escape. I do not believe any of the Justices suggested charging people with escape for fleeing in a vehicle.



Was asking a serious question.

The courts have ruled that if one flees from you on foot and he knew he was going to be arrested then this person is escaping and can be charged as such. Why not the same with cars? i am not saying to do this all of the time, but if you need to keep the person in jail in order to by you time to complete your investigation than why not. They would be held with a no bond.

Just saying sometimes you need to be creative, but then I am sure you would have a very hard time finding a supervisor that would stick their neck out and sign the CRA.


No, you are confusing things. The fleeing on foot is just that... fleeing.

The justice clearly was talking about the hazards associated with automobiles in his ruling. "Risk of violence is inherent to vehicle flight," Kennedy said. "It is well known that when offenders use motor vehicles as their means of escape they create serious potential risks of physical injury to others." That is where the violent felony comes in.

You can't be creative with your charges where there is no Florida Statute to support you. Don't get hung up on the term escape.

:roll:

Re: U.S. Justices rule fleeing police is a violent felony

Post by Average Joe » 06/11/11 20:29:30

Guest wrote:I think AJ was musing about charging people with escape. I do not believe any of the Justices suggested charging people with escape for fleeing in a vehicle.



Was asking a serious question.

The courts have ruled that if one flees from you on foot and he knew he was going to be arrested then this person is escaping and can be charged as such. Why not the same with cars? i am not saying to do this all of the time, but if you need to keep the person in jail in order to by you time to complete your investigation than why not. They would be held with a no bond.

Just saying sometimes you need to be creative, but then I am sure you would have a very hard time finding a supervisor that would stick their neck out and sign the CRA.

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