Sunday, May 17, 2009

Entrapment! Bullshit!

My brother-in-law is an ass. When ever we have our family get togethers he always has some smart ass or derogatory remark about Law Enforcement. It chaps his ass when I don't react the way he thought I would. He's the type that is always stopped and cited for something he didn't do...... yeah right. Like I would jeopardize my career, my motor assignment and retirement to cite someone I've never met until I stopped them..... for a freakin' infraction!!!! PUH-LEESE GET A LIFE!

His latest bitch was about his local police agency conducting traffic enforcement on this winding road with no concrete center divide to separate the opposing traffic. There have been numerous traffic collisions with no injuries to serious injuries up to and including fatalities.

If you noticed I didn't use the word traffic ACCIDENT, because there's no such thing. When will people understand that two objects cannot occupy the same space at the same time?

My butt sore brother-in-law noticed that this local police agency had an officer up in a bucket truck, you know the type the power companies use for work on power lines. Well this officer was using LIDAR at approaching traffic and radioing the lane the car was in along with the make and color to a group of motor officers waiting just down the road.

Now what an ingenious way to catch speeders! I love it. Now that's thinking outside the box (which incidentally is the same shape as my brother-in-law's head).

Now my inbred, uneducated brother-in-law bitched that it was unfair to drivers and it was in fact entrapment. He's of the mind (what little he has) that the police should be out in plain view probably with a flashing neon sign pointing to where the officer is.

You know the old saying, "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink." The same goes for "You can send an idiot to school but you have to have a brain to learn." Hence my brother-in-law's problem.

So to the police agency who does traffic enforcement on that dangerous road, I hope you catch my brother-in-law someday. You'll know who he is when you stop him. He'll be boisterous, he'll try to get your goat by insulting you, your profession, even your mother. And after you cite him, expect a complaint to come your way from him.

He's a spineless pussy and that's how he handles business. He knows nothing about personal accountability. So cite him for what you can and when he's pressing hard on the 3 copies, ask him if his brother-in-law is a motor cop. If he replies yes, make sure you ask him what agency I work for because you've got a loaded starbuck's or peetes card coming your way and lunch is on my dime!

Hell I'd cite him myself if I saw that knuckle head driving head up ass in my city.

1 comment:

  1. Geez, from your description I'd guess you have dozens of brothers-in-law...

    And I've stopped every stinkin' one of 'em.

    It's unfortunate that you have such a brother-in-law, and even more unfortunate that he isn't the only driver who acts like that.