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A DUI stop and arrest

By Richard Gwin · August 14, 2011 · Comment on this

Reporter Shaun Hittle and Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Richie Labahn simulate and DUI stop and arrest.

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wordgenie8 3 years, 4 months ago

This sheriff obviously has an intellectual deficit--like the majority of Kansans I have had the misfortune to run into-- that makes him ask discriminatory questions. It's terribly sad Sunflower State mountain people are so blind to spirit, soul, and interior life. I guess anyone with so much as with a bum knee by perceptive Kansas standards is defective merchandise. Country folk prefer dummies who can run and do endless physical labor. Dang, it's sure frustrating to deal with such toxic people in a state so full of backward, intellectually-challenged, prejudiced folks. Just heard John Lennon on BEDPEACE call cops and their ilk "retarded children." That's the level the powers that be have sunk to, especially in KS and MO--letting ignorance and hate rule and keep thinking people down and rob them of their rights. By the way you can watch BEDPEACE free on line through 8/21:

http://imaginepeace.com/archives/15702

shaunepec 3 years, 4 months ago

Smitty, You know of any LPD officers with DUIs?

Liberty275 3 years, 4 months ago

To do it right, you need to be a first offender, drink just enough to put yourself over the limit, find a random DUI roadblock, get busted, go to jail, pay $1000 and legal fees, lose your license for a while, pay your money for the device, pay the monthly fee with your money and suffer the humiliation every time one of your friends gets into your car for a year.

Do it right, then rewrite the article.

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