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  • Re: Oregon Militia: Welcome to Oregon Cliven Bundy. You're under arrest.

    dispatch.o wrote: »
    Inkstain82 wrote: »
    dispatch.o wrote: »
    dlinfiniti wrote: »
    can fiore and this radio host be charged with conspiracy now that they're actually dispensing advice too?

    I think that only works if they give instructions that result in the commission of a crime. Like, "Here's how to make some tear gas out of what you have" would be a crime. I dunno about general advice. IANAL though. I just recall some stuff about things journalists have to learn on what can actually incriminate them.

    I got an A in comm law and that never came up that I recall. It was all about how not to get sued for libel. I feel kind of ripped off now.

    Eh, don't read too much into what I said. My mom just went to law school and I went through some of the books for fun. I think it was when she was doing her Criminal Law classes with regard to aiding and abetting maybe? She had these "What if" scenarios that she'd have to scour the books. Like, "What if someone on accident shoots another person who was already jumping off a building to commit suicide while threatening their wife with what they assume is an unloaded gun" type stuff. I remember one where a journalist has to talk someone through using a fax machine to send legally protected documents. As soon as the reporter helped send documents, they broke the law.

    i mean as far as I can tell these militia are already in commission of a crime and any advice that these two give that isn't "put your guns down and surrender now" or "do what the FBI says" qualifies
    especially when you combine them with statements like "they have to give you concessions now, you need to demand concessions" and "this is all government incompetence, these guys are incompetent"
    dlinfiniti on
    Preacher
  • Re: Oregon Militia: Welcome to Oregon Cliven Bundy. You're under arrest.

    lol
    y'all want some nugs?
    who wants some nugs?
    Elki
  • Re: Oregon Militia: Welcome to Oregon Cliven Bundy. You're under arrest.

    propane and propane accessories
    Element BrianNartwak
  • Re: [nfl] Broncos win! Goodbye to Lynch, Johnson, and (hopefully) Manning.

    Pellaeon wrote: »
    I may have made a terrible mistake by asking a girl who knows nothing about football to watch it with me.

    Yeah. Sounds terrible for you.

    To be fair he is a browns fan, it's not his fault he doesn't know what success looks like.

    probably end up trying to sneak out in the middle of the night and end up in baltimore
    DasUberEdwardAresProphet
  • Re: [MMA]"Who's knocking on my door like the police?"

    8 limbs enter...
    Campy815165