No fine, no jail, no record, and let that be a lesson to you, officer


"Officer Lopez traveled in excess of 100 mph more than 100 times," said David Schulson, assistant state attorney. Broward County Judge Melinda Brown accepted a request from Lopez's lawyers to keep the case off his record. She said she hoped it would be a lesson to all law enforcement officers to obey the speed limit.

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Created by phonon 2 years 1 week ago – Made popular 2 years 1 week ago
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CaptainWhomp 2 years 1 week 3 days 8 hours ago

Is this supposed to be a good thing? I hate speed limit laws. I suppose this case is supposed to smell of irony. But instead of prosecuting the cop, why aren't we screaming out for repealing speed limit laws? Sometimes I wonder if FTL listeners are merely anti-cop instead of pro-freedom. Are my impressions in an way justified, or am I missing the point..?

It's merely pointing out the double standard

phonon 2 years 1 week 3 days 7 hours ago

If there will be laws then the laws must be applied equally to all. They are not. If they were, the laws would not be so onerous since the enforcers themselves would also bear the burden.

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