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Old 06-27-2013, 11:43 PM
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I was driving down the street in my 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme as an LEO speed past me only to get caught at the red light intersection next to me. I leaned forward to put out my cigarette and looked up afterward to see him gleaming down into my car as if I were hiding something, putting out a joint maybe? Sticking a gun behind the stereo maybe? I donít know what he was thinking. I then looked forward at the stoplight as it turned from red to green and slowly pulled off. The LEO suddenly pulled out of right-turn-only lane and came up behind me with his lights flashing. I quickly pulled to the right. He walked up to my window and asked my why he pulled my over. I looked at him baffled and said no officer, I donít. He said yes you do and that he fights his battles in court. I was even more confused and said I donít understand officer. He said you were speeding werenít you. I said that I was not going any faster than the cars passing me up including him. He appeared angered and had is hand on his radio button while covering his badge. He said it again to me ďYou were speeding werenít you! Maybe your tires are oversized or your speedometer isnít workingĒ I nodded once to give him satisfaction but didnít say yes because I was not speeding. I actually wasnít sure because I wasnít checking my speedometer. I drive that street every day and can feel that Iím not doing over 40. He then appeared satisfied that I nodded and then asked me for my driverís license and registration. I was happy to provide it to him because his attitude seemed to reflect that he assumed I didnít have either. He took a quick look and handed them back, then told me to watch my speed. As he walked away, I tuned in with my bionic ears and heard him say to himself ďwhy do they drive those cars?Ē The moral of this story is to try and not look suspicious for any reason. Donít drive old cars with tinted windows or eyeball LEOís, especially after your putting something away. I later bought a Ford Crown Victoria and since had police wave at me as if I were undercover or captain or something. I even got away with speeding. They pulled over the other guy. Itís about profiling... you got to fool them because they can be ignorant as hell.

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