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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-08-2019, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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Another Warden assault

Presented without comment, other than another warden has been assaulted in an ATV trespass case, with injuries.

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post #2 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-08-2019, 09:30 PM
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hope the warden heals well and the person involved gets what he deserves
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I seen that on fb today and was wondering if anyone was going to post it.
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In case you haven't noticed in our society today there is a lack of respect for law and order especially our law enforcement. Our laws are too lenient on these bums! Throw the book at them then throw another! To all the law enforcement who are reading this and are members of this forum you have my utmost respect and I appreciare all you do! Be safe.

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At least no one has thrown water on any wardens yet, like they've been doing to cops in NYC? When I was growing up, someone assaulting or taunting LEOs and getting away with it, was unheard of.

Perhaps I've missed something?

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In case you haven't noticed in our society today there is a lack of respect for law and order especially our law enforcement.
And when did that lack of respect start? I'll give you a hint.....during the Obama administration and it continues to this day.
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At least no one has thrown water on any wardens yet, like they've been doing to cops in NYC? When I was growing up, someone assaulting or taunting LEOs and getting away with it, was unheard of.

Perhaps I've missed something?
Spent over 25 years as a PA State Trooper. Been in many fights with lawbreakers. Tuned many people up. Never had water thrown on me or disrespected during a fight. A fight is a fight as long as it is fair between the cop and criminal. So glad I do not have to police in these times now.
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The punishment for illegally driving on state gamelands needs to be extreme enough to discourage these idiots from ever thinking of breaking the law.
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The punishment for illegally driving on state gamelands needs to be extreme enough to discourage these idiots from ever thinking of breaking the law.

The problem is it will become common practice and acceptable because people think it is tax dollars that make this "public" land. Soon trails will be established so the law breakers can reach more areas to ride. I see it now when they are stopped on SGL roads open to vehicles. Warning number 75. Waugh!

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