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7/20/14 1:53 PM
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Selling him weed. Pretty sad and fucked up.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8af0QPhJ22s
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7/20/14 1:58 PM
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Thank you, VU.
7/20/14 1:58 PM
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Disgusting.
7/20/14 2:01 PM
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Disgusting. Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 2:25 PM
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We let this shit go on and even encourage it. Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 2:26 PM
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heatmeiser - Disgusting. Phone Post 3.0
This is the only way to describe the situation. Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 8:44 PM
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ttt
7/20/14 8:49 PM
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ok cliff notes on how retarded kid gets weed to sell?

7/20/14 8:58 PM
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is this the case that was posted here last year? where dude bought a joint of a homelss man. cant watch vid right now, but iirc it was pretty fucked up.
7/20/14 8:58 PM
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Somehow protect and serve means nether protect or serve.

Thanks George Orwell.
7/20/14 9:08 PM
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PINKsinglet -

ok cliff notes on how retarded kid gets weed to sell?

Yea I'm looking for some to Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 9:16 PM
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Drugs_Delaney - is this the case that was posted here last year? where dude bought a joint of a homelss man. cant watch vid right now, but iirc it was pretty fucked up.
That's what I thought but I can't find that thread. I believe it surprisingly happened in Florida. Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 9:20 PM
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Man...

 

Why do we let this happen in our own country? LEO's are meant to serve and protect. This is not serving the United States citizens in any form, and it damn sure isn't protecting my fellow citizens in any way

7/20/14 9:23 PM
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"We felt like our family was totally violated by the sheriff's department and the school district," says Doug and Catherine Snodgrass of Temecula, California. Last December their 17-year-old autistic high school son was arrested after twice buying marijuana for an undercover Riverside county police officer.

The undercover operation, titled "Operation Glass House," spanned a few months and included undercover officers in three area high schools: Chaparral, Temecula Valley, and Rancho Vista Continuation. The officers posed as regular high school students and would ask other students for drugs. Twenty-two students were arrested - the majority of them are reported to be special needs students like the Snodgrass' son.

Their son, who wished to remain unnamed, is noticeably handicapped and has been diagnosed with autism as well as bipolar disorder, Tourettes, and several anxiety disorders.

"Everyday is a challenge for him," says his father.

Their son's list of disabilities have many in the community wondering why he was targeted in this undercover drug operation.

The ordeal began on the first day of school last fall. The family had just moved to a new neighborhood and their son began his senior year at a new school, Chaparral High, in the Temecula Valley Unified School District. Their son rarely socialized, so his mom was thrilled when he announced that he had made a new friend in art class on the first day of school.

"We were so excited. I told him he should ask his friend to come over for pizza and play video games," says Catherine Snodgrass, "but his new friend always had an excuse."

His new friend, who went under the name of Daniel Briggs, was known as "Deputy Dan" to many students because it was so apparent to them that he was an undercover officer. However, to their son, whose disabilities make it hard for him to gauge social cues, Dan was his only real friend.

Dan reportedly sent 60 text messages to their son begging for drugs. According to his parents, the pressure to buy drugs was too much for the autistic teen who began physically harming himself.

The Snodgrass' son finally agreed to buy Dan the pot. Dan give him twenty dollars and it took him three weeks to buy a half joint of pot off a homeless man downtown. This happened twice. When Dan asked a third time, their son refused and Dan cut off all communication.

"Our son was pretty broken up about that and he was back to having zero friends," says Doug Snodgrass.

On December 11, 2012 armed police officers walked into their son's classroom and arrested him in front of his peers. He was taken to the juvenile detention center, along with the 21 other arrestees, where he was kept for 48 hours. First hand reports claim that the juvenile center was caught off guard by the large number of arrests and that some youths had to sleep on the floor, using toilet paper as pillows.

Their son was also expelled from high school.

The Snodgrass' hired a private attorney and took their case to court. In January, he was found not guilty due to extenuating circumstances. The judge had him undergo informal probation and perform 20 hours of community service.

In March, an administrative judge ordered their son to be reinstated into school stating that the district had left their son "anxious and alone" to defend for himself against an undercover police officer
7/20/14 9:27 PM
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PINKsinglet -

ok cliff notes on how retarded kid gets weed to sell?

Yea I'm looking for some to Phone Post 3.0

A cop went undercover as a high school student, then targeted an autistic kid with no friends at all to buy him weed. The kid was excited to have made a new friend so he agreed, the cop gave him 20$ and he was able to score 0.6 grams off of a homeless man outside a dispensary. He gave the cop the weed, than then got charged with conspiracy to distribute narcotics in a school zone and a few other bullshit charges, nonetheless serious felonies. The worst part is prior to executing the operation, police are allowed to go over the files of the students and target the most vulnerable. He had excellent parents who fought it, and he was aloud to go back to school, he ended up graduating a year late though. If you get caught in this particular sting, you get a criminal record, expelled, can't go to college or receive government funding, ect. It happened in California.
7/20/14 9:28 PM
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amazing you guys are buying the retarded kids "cover"  

no telling how much drugs this kid has pushed over the years becuase nobody would expect the retard

7/20/14 9:29 PM
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que farnsworth i don't want to live on this planet anymore pic
7/20/14 9:31 PM
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<blockquote>PINKsinglet - <span id='userPost50211897' class='User-89064'><p>
amazing you guys are buying the retarded kids "cover"  </p>
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no telling how much drugs this kid has pushed over the years becuase nobody would expect the retard</p></span></blockquote><br /> Susie bake oven
7/20/14 9:32 PM
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If you can't do the time, don't do the potato.
7/20/14 9:32 PM
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Fucking bullshit. Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 9:40 PM
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"Dan reportedly sent 60 text messages to their son begging for drugs. According to his parents, the pressure to buy drugs was too much for the autistic teen who began physically harming himself.

The Snodgrass' son finally agreed to buy Dan the pot. Dan give him twenty dollars and it took him three weeks to buy a half joint of pot off a homeless man downtown. This happened twice. When Dan asked a third time, their son refused and Dan cut off all communication. "


Wow that is fucked up beyond all comprehension. What in the fuck was the department thinking? Where they this desperate to fill a quota or something?

Disgusting is correct. Phone Post 3.0
7/20/14 9:44 PM
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damn dude, i have a nephew who is autistic and he is the sweetest little kid, he just doesn't talk a lot.
i can only imagine what somebody could trick him into doing.
makes me sick to my stomach.
7/20/14 9:46 PM
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More WOD idiocy.
7/20/14 9:46 PM
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Real hero's.