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Old 09-15-2006, 08:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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i think Mexico has every right to ask that their laws be enforced... but i do think they are picking the wrong fight on this.
i also think that the US has the wrong idea on dealing with illegals breaking the law over here, we just send them back and they are free to return and records arn't kept up to make sure they face charges if they come back to our country. if you break the law in Mexico they will lock you in a cell and the State Department won't do a thing to help you.
i think if that's the game they want to play there are plenty of prison work farms in America that could use some hard workers.
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Old 09-15-2006, 08:42 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Meh... he didn't show up for a MEXICAN court. They don't respect our laws... I can't imagine him wanting to respect theirs.

I agree, Mexico never respects our requests to expedite criminals hiding there back to the U.S., yet we turn over our citizens to them without blinking.
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Old 09-15-2006, 08:42 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I can’t say I am sorry to hear this… him and his circus of a crew.
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Old 09-15-2006, 08:54 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Ummmm, besides the Mexico deal, with him being a convicted felon, in MOSt ( not all states ,but I'm pretty sure CA ( where he sometimes works) is one of them), there are laws specifying a person having been convicted of a felony or class B misdemeanor may NOT possess ( spelling?) firearms and deadly weapons. the Mace that he is always carrying falls into the category of weapons he CANT have. Not sure how it works in CA, someone there would have to comment.
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Old 09-15-2006, 09:00 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Ummmm, besides the Mexico deal, with him being a convicted felon, in MOSt ( not all states ,but I'm pretty sure CA ( where he sometimes works) is one of them), there are laws specifying a person having been convicted of a felony or class B misdemeanor may NOT possess ( spelling?) firearms and deadly weapons. the Mace that he is always carrying falls into the category of weapons he CANT have. Not sure how it works in CA, someone there would have to comment.
Yeah, but maybe he can get a job with the WWF or something. Or maybe working a booth at a traveling carnival.
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Old 09-15-2006, 09:36 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Sorry slvr,Mace<oc,cs> does not fall under lethal weapons.They fall under less than lethal wapons as does tasers, pr-24's,a.s.p batons,"bag" rounds and rubber bullets,pepper balls and "sticky foam". I've saw what these "rubber" bullets can do.Might as well shoot them with the reall thing.So he can carry it,hence him being a felon "as 99% of his crew was/is".Cali laws is so screwed up. Anything can be deemed a weapon.
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Old 09-15-2006, 10:23 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I can’t say I am sorry to hear this… him and his circus of a crew.
Yeah... better he and his crew off the streets than the rapist Andrew Lester.
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Old 09-16-2006, 01:15 AM   #18 (permalink)
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I know in MA, felons cannot possess mace. btw, I do believe Dog is out of HI. I do love how he puts on the high and mighty anti-gun act when he cannot have one.
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Old 09-16-2006, 06:01 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Sorry slvr,Mace<oc,cs> does not fall under lethal weapons.They fall under less than lethal wapons as does tasers, pr-24's,a.s.p batons,"bag" rounds and rubber bullets,pepper balls and "sticky foam". I've saw what these "rubber" bullets can do.Might as well shoot them with the reall thing.So he can carry it,hence him being a felon "as 99% of his crew was/is".Cali laws is so screwed up. Anything can be deemed a weapon.
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"Mace" is CN gas in a aerosol spray. OC (pepper spray) is fully lawful in Ca without a permit to those over 18. (unless under supervised release, IE parole or probation)

Any Beanbags, "rubber bullets" and the like over 12 gauge are prohibited and are a felony for anyone to have. Any ex-con may not have a firearm or projectile weapon, Batons and such may be posessed by security guards on duty but not by citizens.

"Dog" is not under supervised release (yet) so in California he may have Pepper Spray.

I have mixed ideas on skip tracers, anything that gets badguys back into custody is fine. However in California any tom, dick, or harry can call himself a bounty hunter and go after bail jumpers. No training, no classes, and guess what...in California he may be armed WITHOUT haveing a armed security guard license. Its a disaster waiting to happen.


BTW, Dog is more show than go. But he does make an honest living putting badguys away.

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Old 09-16-2006, 08:15 AM   #20 (permalink)
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Yeah... better he and his crew off the streets than the rapist Andrew Lester.
Come on now, that is an unfair statement. And it is not a true reflection of how I feel. It is a cheap shot to say the least.

It does not have to be one way or the other. There are laws. And those laws apply to EVERYONE. Dog broke Mexican law. Now he pays.

As stated by Fridaddy, Dog is more show than go. I would not however go as far as to pat him on the back for doing a good job at making a living putting bad guys away. I think he is a total joke and there are other serious bounty hunters out there outdoing him each and every day, and not wanting to get their faces in front of a camera as “the real world” of bounty hunting.
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