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    BTW here is an example of a shady looking guy that does not fit so called PC/not-PC profiles...

    Originally posted by AZ SIG shooter:



    Note that his 'gun' is black so that pretty much automatically makes him suspect, and PC...or rather is it not-PC?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janq View Post
    BTW here is an example of a shady looking guy that does not fit so called PC/not-PC profiles...



    Note that his 'gun' is black so that pretty much automatically makes him suspect, and PC...or rather is it not-PC?!?

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    Funny...and he looks dangerous, too!
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    Trust your instincts!

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    A few more folks who are shady but do not fit some folks bookcover profiles...


    Pictured clockwise from the upper left are Frankie Brewster, 49; Bobby Brewster, 24; Danny Combs, 20; George Messer, 27; Alisha Burton, 22; and Karen Burton, 46.
    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive...logansix1.html

    ...The suspects in the case have prior arrest records going back several years, according to records from Logan County Magistrate Court. Logan County Prosecutor Brian Abraham said, "I have some familiarity with all those individuals."

    Since 1991, police have filed 108 criminal charges against the six. Frankie Brewster, 49, had the most with 33; Alisha Burton, 23, of Chapmanville had 20.

    The most serious of the previous charges was filed against Brewster, the owner of the Big Creek mobile home. She was charged in 1994 with first-degree murder, but pleaded guilty to lesser charges of manslaughter and wanton endangerment. Brewster was released from prison in 2000 after serving five years in the death of 84-year-old Polly T. Ferrell, court records show...

    Source - http://news.aol.com/story/nc/_a/deta...11152309990001
    Profiling by whatever means only goes so far, until it doesn't.
    Relative demeanor on the hand that is an excellent tell toward those who might otherwise be unknown.

    Meanwhile 'horse sense' aka common sense is what most people use and rely on to save their bacon be it not walking down dark alley ways to not accepting invitations from a known criminal and person to have assaulted you prior to meet them at some backwoods shack for beers or to 'party' or some such obviously could and may likely lead to trouble related action.

    Trust your gut/instincts, if you have any, or potentially suffer consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    One thing that really gets my alert level up are people that surprise you!

    I am usually pretty aware of my surroundings and what's going on, so those people that seem to "pop out of nowhere" will raise my alert level.
    Yes! The sidlers. They sidle up to you. They should all be required to carry a box of Tic-Tacs in their pockets!
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    Janq: I see "shady" person in your selection of pictures, maybe it's the ORANGE JAIL JUMPSUIT that makes me nervous. Too bad all shady people didn't just wear them jumpsuits, sure would make it easier to pick them out.


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    Janq i use azsig's holster setup on a back brace some and it works well , IMHO that old man has his duckys in a row for concealment .. he can get out there a bit on correspondence tho lol .

    Shady or " Spydie sense " ( a phrase i despise lol ) is nothing more than experience, knowledge ( from reading ect ) , and observation that happens at the primitive level of our brain .. If you have a bad feeling there is a reason , and if you pause and start looking at things taken one at a time ( really look not scan as normal ) you likely can see what set the alarm off in the hind brain . As a note i suggest you listen to the hind brain and insure your safety before you start " thinking it through " tho. For myself it has made the difference between a hit on a vest and a hit between the panels .
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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepingZ View Post
    Janq: I see "shady" person in your selection of pictures, maybe it's the ORANGE JAIL JUMPSUIT that makes me nervous. Too bad all shady people didn't just wear them jumpsuits, sure would make it easier to pick them out.
    SZ,

    Those are booking pics and only one of the six is wearing an orange top which is not at all likely to be a jail jump suit.
    I own an orange colored shirt and they are sold everywhere.

    Another in recent news that is a confirmed person of shadiness is the following...

    Cops Have Suspect in Hanging of Girl, 6
    6-Year-Old Girl Found Hanged in Texas Garage; Deputies Say Mom's Boyfriend Is Suspect


    Kevin Wayne Anders is shown in this Sept. 12, 2007, booking photo provided by the Navarro County Sheriff's Department, in Corsicana, Texas. Although sheriff's deputies have not charged Anders in the death of Hanna Mack, they did identify him as a primary suspect, Chief Deputy Mike Cox said Thursday. Sept. 13, 2007. Anders is the boyfriend of the dead 6-year-old girl's mother. He was arrested Wednesday on a charge of possession of child pornography. (AP Photo/Navarro County Sheriff's Department)

    The story as reported by ABCNews can be found at; http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=3598203

    Real world sketchy/shady people come in all colors and styles.

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    Funny how , once caught they all have that vacant stare for their pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    Funny how , once caught they all have that vacant stare for their pic.
    As mentioned before about demeanor/state of being being relative to a given situation I think this common look/expression is associated with being booked.
    The ones where people are smiling or laughing those really stand out as odd relative to the situation.

    I've never been booked so I can't say for sure but I'd bet that once you get to that stage the last thing on ones mind is smile for the camera.

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    I have seen my share of arrested people. Before cuffed or informed of arrest many look angry, sad or upset. Once actually cuffed and arrested most get that stare. Guess it finally hits em, they are not going free.
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