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Police Helicopter Tracks Down Laser Pointer User

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Description: Police Helicopter arrests laser pointer aimer at aircrafts.

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Police Helicopter Tracks Down Laser Pointer User

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Date Date: Oct 27, 2014

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Comment Tibber | Oct 27, 2014

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Do they not realize that they're harassing the thing that is DESIGNED to fly around finding idiots in the dark?

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Comment Oct 27, 2014

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Originally posted by XenomorphByGod | Oct 27, 2014

And 3 blocks down.... someone is being raped and murdered....

your mom

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Comment Anon | Nov 30, 2016

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Originally posted by hermanthegerman | Dec 21, 2014

The 30mm would be nice too!

On your damn life.

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Comment Nov 21, 2016

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Originally posted by hermanthegerman | Dec 21, 2014

The 30mm would be nice too!

on you, that is.

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Comment hermanthegerman | Dec 21, 2014

Originally posted Nov 14, 2014

I was waiting for the missile to fire

The 30mm would be nice too!

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Comment Nov 16, 2014

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Originally posted Oct 30, 2014

Sure, no problem. As long as its not an "intense laser" but cat's toy, there is a football field or more between me and the toy, and I'm in a moving target. More importantly, I need to be in a moving vehicle that I can control. That way if I felt there was a real danger to myself or the many people I could potentially crash into, I could do the most logical thing and leave the area. Or if it wasn't that big of a deal, I could continue to buzzing around the neighbourhood, spying in people's backyard, and f*ck over some poor shmoe's life just because he had a few beers access to the cat's toy.

Dude, stfu.

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Comment Nov 14, 2014

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I was waiting for the missile to fire

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Comment Oct 30, 2014

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Originally posted Oct 30, 2014

Lets see how you react to an intense laser to the eye, Mr. Iron Retinas.

Sure, no problem. As long as its not an "intense laser" but cat's toy, there is a football field or more between me and the toy, and I'm in a moving target. More importantly, I need to be in a moving vehicle that I can control. That way if I felt there was a real danger to myself or the many people I could potentially crash into, I could do the most logical thing and leave the area. Or if it wasn't that big of a deal, I could continue to buzzing around the neighbourhood, spying in people's backyard, and f*ck over some poor shmoe's life just because he had a few beers access to the cat's toy.

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Comment Oct 30, 2014

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Originally posted Oct 30, 2014

Does no one see the contradiction in the actions in the police? A toy is such a danger to life and property that we need to lock you up for 14 years or fine you the cost of a f*cking house. At the same time the police have no problem risking that same life and property just to track you down. Either this has such a terrible potential to crash the helicopter that we need to back off from the area and take 14 years away from someones life. Or this is more of an annoyance than a real danger. These things fly around all night long. I know how annoying they are. It is easy to see how someone with a cat toy in his pocket and in a moment of weakness could give the guy a little flash. Incidents like this raise more questions that can be explained away by the need for crushing authority than they can be in the name of public interest. If these helicopters and pilots are so fragile that a cat toy can bring them down then shouldn't we ban the helicopters rather than the pointers.

Lets see how you react to an intense laser to the eye, Mr. Iron Retinas.

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Comment Oct 30, 2014

Does no one see the contradiction in the actions in the police? A toy is such a danger to life and property that we need to lock you up for 14 years or fine you the cost of a f*cking house. At the same time the police have no problem risking that same life and property just to track you down. Either this has such a terrible potential to crash the helicopter that we need to back off from the area and take 14 years away from someones life. Or this is more of an annoyance than a real danger. These things fly around all night long. I know how annoying they are. It is easy to see how someone with a cat toy in his pocket and in a moment of weakness could give the guy a little flash. Incidents like this raise more questions that can be explained away by the need for crushing authority than they can be in the name of public interest. If these helicopters and pilots are so fragile that a cat toy can bring them down then shouldn't we ban the helicopters rather than the pointers.

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Comment Oct 30, 2014

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Originally posted Oct 30, 2014

It's called "obstruction of a public service" in that case of the service of the police and this is indictable.

Ok, "obstruction of a public service". If this was such a danger to the pilot that he had to leave the area and couldn't continue whatever it was he was doing, then it really would be an obstruction of the pilots public service, but that is not the case. The pilot doesn't leave. He doesn't leave because its not that big of a deal.

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Comment Oct 30, 2014

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Originally posted Oct 27, 2014

If the laser pointer is such a danger shouldn't the helicopter get the f*ck out of there? If there is a risk that a toy can bring down a million dollar helicopter on some poor guy's house, wouldn't the right thing be to break off and just send cars into the area? But that's just it, there is no a danger. This is just a money grab and a chance for the police to show off their authority. The cops fly around annoying residents all night long and at the first sign of resistance they bring the hammer down. In the US people are getting jailed for 14 years and being fined $100,000.

It's called "obstruction of a public service" in that case of the service of the police and this is indictable.

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