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From: Round 2: Fight! Aliens on Moonshine and Incredible Power - SpeedDemon Edition ~

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , 05 September 2016 - - - - - - · 297 views

[quote name="SpeedDemon4" post="119238" timestamp="1464138597" date="24 May 2016 - 06:09 PM"]
Heres to another round. Determined to stay Spider mite free this time, hence the new thread. The old one is contaminated...Run far away!!! :b0108:

Lady bug larva battling the bugs!




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From: When To Harvest Marijuana - Peak THC Production an

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in Harvest, Plants 31 October 2015 - - - - - - · 570 views

[quote name="wickedj" post="17171" timestamp="1330633182" date="01 March 2012 - 01:19 PM"]
When to harvest is a great question and just looking at your buds like this you may not know if its the peak moment in THC production. Usually if the Pistils are at this point you should harvest but just by looking at the plant with one of these cheap 30 X magnifying glasses you will be able to see much closer at the Trichromes, these are clear trichromes this is to early to harvest as they are not fully mature. Here we have milky trichromes, these are ripe and at their peak. Once you see amber trichromes, the orange red looking ones, they are going past their prime. Usually 10 to 15% amber means 70% or more milky trichromes and is begging you to harvest. EVERYTHING you will ever need to know for how to grow your own mind blowing top-caliber medical-grade Marijuana. [url="http://goo.gl/RKur6"]http://goo.gl/RKur6[/url]


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From: CuredGreen Strain Review: "Cannatonic"

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in dispensaries 03 June 2015 - - - - - - · 793 views

CuredGreen Strain Review: Cannatonic
Strain: Cannatonic
Farm: Jade Gardens
Dispensary: Cured Green

THC: 15%
CBD: 11.8%
Fresh meadow with raspberry vinegrate and a waft of walnut in the background.
Taste (PAX Vaporizer)
Take the nose, which is sharp and bold, and bring it down to a fading pastel.
Taste (Glass Pipe)
Pure nothingness with a tart chaser. As soon as I started my exhale, I knew something was different. I didn't taste any smoke. I didn't taste anything at all. I don't mean I tasted the same as the air outside, but my mouth was utterly devoid of flavor. And then, just as it faded out, something tart and tangy for desert.
Effect (PAX)
I vaporized two full loads through the PAX thirty minutes apart. The first was on low setting and the second on medium. With two loads, I maybe began to notice pain relief in my lower back. Or maybe I just really wanted it to do something. I tried a couple more times to the same result.
Effect (Glass Pipe)
Putting aside the immediate effects of smoking, the medicinal effects came on quickly and softly. Initially, I feel heaviness and that tiny tingling in my forehead and sinuses. Within ten minutes, my head is feeling heavy, especially around the eyes and nose, and my mouth felt like I had been smiling all day. The heaviness weakened in effect as it traveled down my shoulders and arms. And the room might be a little quieter. This effect settled in nicely.
Within twenty minutes, I had the sensation of large oval pads being applied to my back, first across the shoulders, then at that spot where it curves when I sit lazy in my office chair, and finally in the lower back where the tall part connects to the curvy part and I have some structural damage from a car accident. As the pads sat in place, I felt the tension in my back release and the aches diminish.
At one hour, more pads have been applied in areas where I experience soreness and the total effects are the same as I described just above. My head and arms still feel heavy, as does my chest. However, my brain is lucid, I'm not losing my train of thought any worse than usual, and I have both the dexterity and ability to touch type as quickly as ever. 
It took me a couple hours to realize something even more important. My normal - and very strong - feelings of anxiety were gone. Now, I haven't tried this while joining a raucous protest in downtown PDX to see how it handles the Real Big anxieties, but that general sense that something bad is right around the corner isn't there. It's like the part of me anxiety attaches to has gone from sticky to slippery. That thought tries to take hold, but before I can even register it, the anxiety disappears and doesn't come right back.
This might not be the strain you want to use on the job if you're an EMT or your finger is on the launch button of our ICBMs. My head does feel a little slow. Getting a new sentence started or switching to a new task has an added hesitation, but once I'm going on that thought or project, I'm fine. As a writer, this might be a great work strain. That probably goes for most of us who sit at desks or stand in place. For heavy jobs, the heavy head might drag.
Time to full effect was on the quicker side, which can be important on a busy day. The pain relief isn't going to kill an intergalactic migraine, but it's doing a hell of a lot better than an OTC NSAID. I would keep some in the medicine cabinet just for those days when the ache sets in. And for me, the anxiety benefits are even better. That could put this in my regular lineup.
You can find Cannatonic in Portland, OR at:
In Store: 
3715 N Lombard St Unit B

Source: CuredGreen Strain Review: "Cannatonic"


From: thank you Powell House Cannabis Club, eddiekirk & PIF

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in PHCC, Health 15 August 2014 - - - - - - · 603 views

[quote name="EDDIEKIRK" post="96811" timestamp="1408060286" date="14 August 2014 - 04:51 PM"]
[font='comic sans ms'][color=rgb(0,0,128)][size=5][b]Thank you for using my name, although truth be told,an anonymous donor donated the cash and [url="https://www.facebook.com/PowellHouse420"]Powell house cannabis club[/url] donated the meds. i did nothing.[/b][/size][/color][/font]


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From: Dabber Dan's one run QWET

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in nitrous qwet, qwet, Health, Health 17 May 2014 - - - - - - · 966 views

[quote name="P8ntxtremist" post="91190" timestamp="1400268137" date="16 May 2014 - 12:22 PM"]

Here we are! Pictures will be step by step.
Once materials are added to the whipping siphon the clock starts on the two minute cycle.
Once you've added your ingredients, close the lid and charge the whipping siphon with a whipper. Shake vigorously and then degass the whipper upright into a glass to prevent spray. Repeat this cycle as quickly as possible for the two minute duration.
next unscrew the lid and strain. Filter all the particulate out and pour into a dish to evaporate.
scrape, vacuum, enjoy!!


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From: Skunk Pharm World Class Lecture Series Announcement:

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in Services, Cancer, Science 07 January 2014 - - - - - - · 470 views

[quote name="EDDIEKIRK" post="76977" timestamp="1389143845" date="07 January 2014 - 05:17 PM"]


Dr. Robert Melamede has agreed to be the next guest speaker in our SPR world class lecture series. Dr. Melamede will be lecturing on the endo-cannabinoid system and its role in the regulation of homeostasis in vertebrates. The key roles that cannabinoids play in humans and how phyto-cannabinoids can mimic these compounds in a clinical setting.
Dr. Melamede has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the City University of New York. He retired as Chairman of the Biology Department at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in 2005, where he continues to teach. Dr. Melamede is recognized as a leading authority on the therapeutic uses of cannabinoids, and has authored or co-authored dozens of papers on a wide variety of scientific subjects. Dr. Melamede also serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of Americans for Safe Access, the Unconventional Foundation for Autism, The World Aids Institute, Board Tim Brown Foundation (The Berlin Patient), Phoenix Tears Foundation, and regularly consults with professional and lay persons around the world regarding cannabis and health issues. He also served as a director of Newellink Inc, a Colorado-based company specializing in cancer research.
Please Join us Feb. 15th at the NCP Pantheon at 5932 Southeast 92nd Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97266.
Check in and networking at 9:00 am to 9:30 am.
Lecture from 9:30 am-12:00 PM, followed by lunch break and Question and Answers from 1:00 until 2:00 PM
Hurry, only 150 tickets available, at $100 each, by RSVP only, first come, first served.
Fee includes on site parking and light refreshments. Lunch is available at cost from the attached New Copper Penny restaurant.
For RSVP and information, contact Graywolf at graywolf@skunkpharmresearch.com.

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When Can the Police Search Your Car?

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in Rights, Rights, OHA/OMMP LAWS 01 June 2013 - - - - - - · 1,008 views

[color=#000000][size=5][b][font=arial]When Can the Police Search Your Car?[/font][/b][/size][/color]


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[size=5][color=#000000]For police to legally search your car, a number of circumstances must be met. Because it is mobile and comparatively easy to dispose of, a car has fewer protections against search than a home. Your permission or a valid reason is needed. A warrant is rarely needed.
[b]Consent Might Be Necessary[/b]
If you are stopped for a routine traffic offense (not an arrest), the police officer might ask you for permission to search your car. You do not need to give them this permission. In fact, you should clearly but politely state that you do not consent to a search. If you do give permission, the results of the search would be admissible in court even without probable cause.
However, if asked, you and your passengers do need to step out of the car.
[font=arial][b]Evidence in Plain Sight[/b][/font]
If you are stopped for a routine traffic offense and a police officer looking through a window sees something illegal in the car, like an open container of alcohol or illegal drugs, the officer can do a pat-down search of you and search the passenger compartment of your car. This includes the console and the glove compartment.
The officer can take the evidence and it is admissible in court.
[font=arial][b]Probable Cause a Crime Has Been Committed[/b][/font]
A police officer can search your car if he or she has probable cause to believe there is evidence of a crime in your car. An officer’s hunch is not enough. Even answers to simple questions can be probable cause, so you should invoke your right to remain silent and refuse to answer questions.
Probable cause can also come from 911 calls, confidential informants, or officer observations of activity outside or inside the vehicle. A [/color][url="http://blogs.lawyers.com/2013/02/drug-sniffing-dog-reliable-says-supreme-court/"][color=#000000]2013 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court[/color][/url][color=#000000] supports an “alert” to the presence of contraband by a police dog as probable cause.
Minor traffic violations are not considered probable cause.
After an Arrest
If an arrest has been made, the police can search the body of the person who was arrested for weapons or illegal goods. In addition, the police can search the car and its contents, including the trunk, if there is a reasonable belief that they hold illegal or stolen goods.
Safety of the Officer
If a police officer reasonably believes that his or her safety is in jeopardy, usually because of possible concealed weapons, the officer can make a protective search of the car.
[font=arial][b]Impounded Cars[/b][/font]
If the police have towed and impounded your car, they have the authority to conduct a comprehensive search of the vehicle, including locked compartments or containers. However, police cannot tow and impound your car for the sole purpose of searching it.
[font=arial][b]Call a Lawyer[/b][/font]
The law surrounding searches of cars and other vehicles can be complicated and the facts of each case and the law in each state are unique. A lawyer can help protect your rights and counsel you on the laws in your state.[/color][/size]


Policeman vr. law student, "who gets the gun?" Know your rights!

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in Rights, OHA/OMMP LAWS 27 April 2013 - - - - - - · 879 views
rights, ommp, law


"Am I Free To Go?" Your rights in action

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in Rights 27 February 2013 - - - - - - · 783 views

The following is an array of actual video encounters.



A well informed citizen who knows their rights!

Posted by EDDIEKIRK , in Rights 24 December 2012 - - - - - - · 916 views
rights, police
[b]What makes a police officer powerless? A well informed citizen who knows their rights![/b]

Police officers hate to hear these words:
[b][i]"Am I free to go?"[/i][/b]
[b][i]"I'm going to remain silent."[/i][/b]
[b][i]"I don't consent to a search."[/i][/b]

[b]You have rights during a traffic stop and when a police officer walks up to you on the street. Learn what your rights are and use them![/b]
1. Your Safety - You start with putting the police officer at ease, you know the one behind you with flashing lights. Pull over to a safe place, turn off your ignition, stay in the car and keep your hands on the steering wheel. At night turn on the interior lights. Keep your license, registration and proof of insurance close by like in the "sun visor."
Be courteous, stay calm, smile and don't complain. Show respect and say things like "sir and no sir." Never bad-mouth a police officer, stay in control of your words, body language and your emotions. Keep your hands where the police officer can see them. Never touch a police officer and never run away!
2.[u] Never Talk To A Police Officer[/u] - The only questions you need to answer is your name, address, date of birth, sometimes your social security number but NOTHING else! Instead of telling the police officer who you are, give him your drivers license or your I.D. card. All the information the police officer needs to know about you, can be found on your i.d. card or drivers license. Don't volunteer any information to a police officer, if the cop ask you a question politely ask him [b][i]"Am I free to go?" [/i][/b]If he says yes then leave, if he says no then say [b][i]I'm Going to Remain Silent.[/i][/b]
3. [b][i]I'm Going to Remain Silence [/i][/b]- The Supreme Court says you should never talk to a police officer without an attorney. The Supreme Court ruled you must speak up and SAY to the police officer [b][i]"I'm going to remain silent"[/i][/b] and then keep your mouth shut! How can you be falsely accused and charged with a crime, if you don't say anything? Never talk to a police officer, anything you say or do can and will be used against you at any time by the police.
4. Just Say NO to Police Searches! - [i]If a police officer didn't need your permission to search you, he wouldn't be asking you.[/i] Never give permission for a police officer to search you, your car or your home. If a police officer does search you, don't resist and keep saying [b][i]"I don't consent to this search."[/i][/b]

5. Am I Free to Go? - As soon as the police officer ask you a question ask him, [b][i]"Am I free to go?" [/i][/b]You have to ask if you're "free to go," otherwise the police officer will think that you're voluntarily staying around to talk with him. If the police officer says that you're being detained or arrested tell the police officer[b], [/b][b][i]"I'm going to remain silent."[/i][/b]

[u][b]Anything You Say Can And Will Be Used Against You![/b][/u]
[i]Silence is not an admission of guilt and can not be used against you in court.[/i]
When you talk to a police officer they are either videotaping or audio recording you and this is why you must NEVER talk to the police officer. You have every right NOT to talk to a police officer and you should NOT talk to a police officer unless you have first consulted with a lawyer and the lawyer has advised you differently. [b]Police officers depend on fear and intimidation to get what they want from you and this includes giving up your rights[/b]. The government made a law that allows police officers to lie to American citizens. That's another reason not to trust the police or the Federal government.

Never voluntarily talk to a police officer, there's no such thing as a "friendly chat." Let the police officer do all the talking and you stay silent. The Supreme Court has recently [url="http://policecrimes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8965"]ruled[/url] that you should NOT talk to a police officer without a lawyer and you must say out loud [b]"I'm going to remain silent."[/b] It can be very dangerous to talk to a police officer or a Federal Agent. Innocent people have talked to a police officer and ended up in jail and prison, all because they spoke to a police officer without an attorney.

Police officers have the same right as you "Freedom of Speech." Police may ask you anything they want, but you should never answer any of their questions. Don't let the police officer try and persuade you to talk! Say something like "I'm sorry, I don't have time to talk right now." If the cop insists on talking to you, ask him[b] "Am I free to go?"[/b] The police officer may not like when you refuse to talk to him and challenge you with words like, "If you have nothing to hide, why won't you speak to me? Say to officer again "I told you I don't have time to talk to you right now, [b]Am I free to go?[/b]" If you forget or the police officer tricks you into talking, it's okay just start over again and tell the police officer [b]"I'm going to remain silent."[/b]

The Supreme Court has ruled that if a[b] police officer doesn't force you to do something, then you're doing it "voluntarily."[/b] That means if the police officer starts being intimidating and you do what he[i] "ask" [/i]because you're "afraid," you still have done it voluntarily. ([url="http://straylight.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/89-1717.ZS.html"]Florida v. Bostick, 1991[/url]) If you do what the police officer "ask" you to do such as allowing him to search your car or answer any of his questions, you are '[i]voluntarily[/i]' complying with his '[i]requests[/i].' So don't comply, just[b][u] keep your mouth shut unless you say [/u][/b][b][u]"Am I Free to Go?" or [i]"I don't consent to a search."[/i][/u][/b]

Be as nice as possible to the police officer, but stand your ground on your rights! Where do some of your rights come from? Read the [url="http://policecrimes.com/fourth_amendment.html"]Fourth and Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.[/url]

[u][b]Traffic Stops and Your Rights[/b][/u]
Keep your license, registration and proof of insurance in an easily accessible place, like your sun visor. When pulled over by a police officer stay in the car, turn on the interior lights and keep your hands on the steering wheel. Sit still, relax and wait for the officer to come to you. Any sudden movements, ducking down, looking nervous or appearing to be searching for something under your seat could get you shot.
Don't forget during traffic stops the police are videotaping you, this is why you must NOT talk to the police officer. Police officers like to ask the first question and that's usually, "do you know why I stopped you? Do you know how fast you were going?" The police officer is trying to get you to do two things, admit that you committed a traffic violation and to get you to "voluntarily" start a conversation with him. Remember the police officer is not your friend and should not be trusted! The only thing you need to say is [b]"I'm going to remain silent and am I free to go?"[/b]

The police officer might start asking you personal questions such as "where are you going, where have you been and who did you see, ect." At that point it's the perfect time to exercise your rights by asking the police officer "[i]AM I FREE TO GO[/i]?" There's NO legal requirement that American citizens provide information about their comings and goings to a police officer. It's none of the police officers damn business! Keep asking the police officer "AM I FREE TO GO?" You have to speak up and verbally ask the police officer if your allowed to leave, otherwise the courts will assume that you wanted to stay and talk to the police officer on your own free will.

Passengers in your vehicle need to know their rights as well. They have the same right NOT to talk to a police officer and the right to refuse a search "unless it's a 'pat down' for weapons." The police will usually separate the passengers from each other and ask questions to see if their stories match. All passengers should always give the same answer and say, [b]"I'm going to remain silent and am I free to go?"[/b] Remember you have to tell the police officer that you don't want to talk to him. [url="http://policecrimes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8965"]It's the law[/url]

How long can a police officer keep you pulled over "detained" during a traffic stop? The Supreme Court has said no more than 15-20 minutes is a reasonable amount of time for a police officer to conduct his investigation and allow you to go FREE. [u]But you have to keep asking the police officer "[/u][u][i]AM I FREE TO GO[/i]?[/u][u]" [/u]

During a traffic stop a good time to ask "[i]AM I FREE TO GO[/i]," is after the police officer has given you a "warning or a ticket" and you have signed it. Once you have signed the ticket the traffic stop is legally over says the U.S. Supreme Court. There's no law that requires you to stay and talk to the police officer or answer any questions. After you have signed the ticket and got your license back you may roll up your window, start your car and leave. If you're outside the car ask the police officer, "[i]AM I FREE TO GO[/i]?" If he says yes then get in your car and leave.

[u][b]Car Searches And Body Searches[/b][/u]
Remember the police officer wouldn't be asking you, if he didn't need your permission to search! [i]"The right to be free from unreasonable searches is one of America's most precious First Liberties."[/i]
Police officers swore an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution and not to violate your rights against unreasonable search and seizure [url="http://policecrimes.com/fourth_amendment.html"]Fourth Amendment.[/url] Denying a police officers request to search you or your car is not an admission of guilt, it's your American right! Some police officers might say, "if you have nothing to hide, you should allow me to search." Politely say to the police officer [b][i]"I don't consent to a search [/i][/b][b]a[/b][b]nd am I FREE to go?[/b][b][i]"[/i][/b]

For the safety of police officers the government allows the police to pat down your outer clothing to see if you have any weapons. If the police officer feels something that he believes is a weapon, then he can go into your pockets and pull out the item he believes is a weapon.

A police officer may ask you or even demand that you empty your pockets, but you have the right to say "NO! AM I FREE TO GO?" There's NO law that requires you to empty your pockets when a police officer tells you to do so. The only time a police officer should be taking your personal property out of your pockets is after you have been arrested.

The police officer is allowed to handcuff you and/or detain you in his police car. Don't resist or you will be arrested! There's a big difference between being detained and being arrested. Say nothing in the police car! Police will be recording your conversation inside the police car, say nothing to your friend and don't talk to the police officers inside the car!

If you are arrested and your car is towed, the police are allowed to take an "inventory" of the items in your car. If anything is found illegal in your vehicle, the police will get a warrant from a judge and then charge you with another crime.

[u][b]Don't Open Your Door At Home If A Police Officer Knocks! [/b][/u]
If the police knock on your door at home, there's no law that says you have to open you door to police officers. [i]"Don't worry if they do have a search warrant, they'll kick in your door before they knock." * [/i]There is NO law that requires you to open your door to a police officer.* Don't open your door with the chain-lock on either, police officers will shove their way in. Simply shout to the police officers "I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY" or [u]just don't say anything at all[/u].

Guest and roommates staying in your home/apartment/dorm need to be told of their rights and not to open the door to a police officer or invite police officer into your home without your permission. Police officers are like vampires, they need your permission to come into your home. Never invite a police officer into your home, such an invitation not only gives police officers an opportunity to look around for clues to your lifestyle, habits, friends, reading material, etc; but also tends to prolong the conversation.

Never agree to go to the police station if the police want to question you. Just say, "I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY."

* In some emergency situations (for example when a someone is screaming for help from inside your home, police are chasing someone into your home, police see a felony being committed or if someone has called 911 from inside your house) police officers are then allowed to enter and search your home without a warrant.

Teenagers have rights also, if you're under 18 [url="http://policecrimes.com/kids.html"]click here.[/url] If your children don't know their rights and they go talking to a teacher, school principal, police officer or a Federal agent without an attorney, it could cost your family dearly and change the lives of your family forever!

[u][b]Dealing With A Police Officer In Public[/b][/u]
NEVER give consent to a police officer and allow for a conversation to start. If a police officer stops you and ask to speak with you, you're perfectly within your rights to say "I do not wish to speak with you," then say good-bye. At this point you should be free to leave, but the police officer will probably ask for your identification. If you have identification on you, tell the officer where it's at and ask permission to reach for it. "In some states you're not required to show an I.D. unless the police officer has reasonable suspicion that you committed a crime." Know the laws of your state!

The police officer might start asking you questions, at this point you may ask the officer "Am I Free to Go?" The police officer may not like this and may challenge you with words like, "If you have nothing to hide, why won't you speak to me?" Just like the first question, you don't have to answer this question either.

Police officers need your permission to have a conversation. There is NO law that says you have tell a police officer where you are going or where you have been, so keep your mouth shut and say nothing! Don't answer any questions (except name, address and age) until you have a lawyer.

[u][b]Probable Cause[/b][/u]
A police officer has no right to detain you unless there exists reasonable suspicion that you have committed a crime or traffic violation. However a police officer is always allowed to initiate a "voluntary" conversation with you. You always have the right [b]not [/b]to talk or answer any questions a police officer might [b]ask [/b]you. Just tell the police officer [b][i]"I'm going to remain silent."[/i][/b]

Under the [url="http://policecrimes.com/fourth_amendment.html"]Fourth Amendment[/url] of the U.S. Constitution, police may engage in "reasonable" searches and seizures. To prove that a search is reasonable the police generally must show that it's more likely than not that a crime has occurred and that if a search is conducted it's probable that the police officer will find evidence of the crime. This is called "probable cause."

Police may use first hand information or tips from an informant "[url="http://whosarat.com/"]snitch[/url]" to justify the need to search your property or you. If an informant's information is used, the police must prove that the information is reliable under the circumstances to a judge.

Here's a case when several police officers took the word of a "[url="http://whosarat.com/"]snitch,[/url]" claiming he knew where a "drug dealer" lived. Corrupt police officers in Houston Texas took it upon themselves to go to this house that the snitch had "picked at random" and kicked in the front door at 1:30 in the morning. Police never bothered to get a warrant from a judge. The aftermath was... [url="http://policecrimes.com/tx_pedronavarro.html"]Police Officers In Texas Are Allowed to Murder Innocent People and Get Away With It[/url]

[b][u]Can We Trust Police Officers? Hell No![/u][/b]
Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don't try to "out smart" a police officer and don't try being a "smooth talker" because you will loose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected.

Teach your children that they must call a parent for permission before they're allowed to talk to police officer. Remember police officers are trained to put your child at ease and build trust. A police officers job is to find, arrest and help convict a suspect and that suspect could be your child!

Although police officers may seem nice and pretend to be on your side they're wanting to learn your habits, opinions, and affiliations of other people not suspected of wrongdoing. Don't try to answer a police officers questions, it can be very dangerous! You can never tell how a seemingly harmless bit of information that you give to a police officer might be used and misconstrued to hurt you or someone else. Also keep in mind that lying to a federal agent is a Federal crime. "[i][b]That's why Martha Stewart went to prison, not for insider trading but for lying to a Federal Agent."[/b][/i]

[b]Lies Police Officers Will Say To Get You To Talk[/b]
There are many ways a police officer will LIE and trick you into talking. It's always safe to say the Magic Words: [b]"Am I free to leave? I'm going to remain silent and I want a lawyer." [/b]

The following are common lies the police use when they're trying to get you to talk:

* "You will have to stay here and answer my questions" or "You're not leaving until I find out what I want to know."
* "I have evidence on you, so tell me what I want to know or else." (Police can fabricate fake evidence to convince you to tell them what they want to know.)
* "You're not a suspect, were simply investigating here. Help us understand what happened and then you may leave."
* "If you don't answer my questions, I won't have any choice but to take you to jail."
* "If you don't answer these questions, you'll be charged with resisting arrest."
* "Your friend has told his side of the story and it's not looking good for you, anything you want to tell me?

[u][b]If The Police Arrest You[/b][/u]


* Don't answer any questions that the police ask you, (except for your name, address and age.) Any other questions the police officer ask you, just say I want to talk to my lawyer.

* Police officers don't always have to read to you the Miranda Rights after you've been arrested. If you "voluntarily" talk a police officer, then the police officer doesn't have to read your Miranda Rights. Talking to a police officer at anytime can be very dangerous!

* Never talk to other jail inmates about your case.

* Within a reasonable time after your arrest or booking, you have the right to make a local phone call to a lawyer, bail bondsman, relative or any other person you choose. The police can't listen in on phone call, if you're talking to your lawyer.

* If you're on probation or parole tell your P.O. you've been arrested and say nothing else!


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