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This was recorded on Police 10-7 our version of AMW/COPS, if you "get" it, it's friggin hillarious

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2oVTULyWZk

See the news clip on it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cRkrF5dGyQ

And the New Zealand Herald article http://www.3news.co.nz/Always-blow-on-the-pie-catapults-Kiwi-cop-to-online-stardom/tabid/418/articleID/127544/Default.aspx

...And the South Park parody

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The nearest I can get to this, is Gene Hackman as Popeye Doyle in "The French Connection", when he rattles a suspect by asking him, over and over, "Do you pick your toes in Poughkeepsie?"

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I know that this didn't happen in the US, and thus might not have the same rights, however this is why you never talk to the police...

Part 1 Law school lecture on not talking to police http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4097602514885833865#

Part 2 Second half of lecture with a detective confirming everything in part 1. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4097602514885833865#docid=6014022229458915912

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Hey man I used to live near Poughkeepsie!

@ JP; listen to the cop again when he asked what else the guy had he told him "you don't have to show me, you're not obliged to" then when the cops arrested the dumb bastard they read him his rights.

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Hey man I used to live near Poughkeepsie!

@ JP; listen to the cop again when he asked what else the guy had he told him "you don't have to show me, you're not obliged to" then when the cops arrested the dumb bastard they read him his rights.

I heard that, however protection from search and seizure in the US is pretty strong and I'm fairly ignorant about the protection in other countries. For example, anyone walking down the street in the UK can be subject to search from the news articles I've seen. Without reasonable articulable suspicion, there's no requirement to allow an officer in the US to search you. Additionally, anyone who's watch US Cops knows that the perps rarely exercise those rights. The only proper question that the kid should have been saying was "Am I under arrest? Am I free to go?" especially if he is guilty.

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The cop ruined it by his facial expression. I just don't fricken get it. I mean, I get it, but I see no humor.

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The cop ruined it by his facial expression. I just don't fricken get it. I mean, I get it, but I see no humor.

That's the whole point. Its the deadpan delivery that makes it so funny.

I want one of those always blow on the pie t-shirts.

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That's the whole point. Its the deadpan delivery that makes it so funny.

I want one of those always blow on the pie t-shirts.

That arranged can be. Next time we catch up or just send me a PM.

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