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June 15, 2012

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K. Z. Snow

Holy shit, Scott, this is unconscionable! And nobody in the cop shop said, "Uh, sorry, but you shouldn't be here"?

Go for the jugular. Humiliate those pricks. Write letters, appear on local media, hound District and PD muckamucks until that officer is suspended and you get a formal apology and/or financial compensation.

When law enforcement plays fast and loose with citizens' civil rights, a righteous smack-down is in order.

Jamie

Hi Scott, I just finished reading your book and clicked on the link at the end. I'll give you feedback after I've suggested you get a lawyer to go with you to the hearing thing. Maybe it's because my dad is a lawyer and he's always told me to be aware of my rights and stuff like that, but I think you deserve someone to stand up with you and kick some butt. I know you're a smart person, but you need someone who can quote the law at those idiots and really put them in their place (and if you're anything like me, you'd be too nervous to do that). I am outraged for anyone to have to go through that... My dad was a defense lawyer, did I mention that? Anyway, now that I've quit steaming a bit, I'm off to find the proper place to leave feedback. ;)

scottsherman@msn.com

Thanks K.Z. You are always awesome.

Jamie, I await the referral. Believe me, I ain't that smart. I could use the help.

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