Don't talk to Police

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    Don't talk to Police

    If you haven't seen this video, I HIGHLY recommend it. It's a little long, but this is the very best information I have seen on this topic!


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    That's an interesting video, thanks for posting. I have to admit that I had not thought of those issues before.

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    I find it interesting that the detective also agrees that you should not talk to the police
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    I have bookmarked this video from a year or so ago. It is excellent, and an absolutely must watch. I think I'll download it and put it on my media HD for TV viewing when certain members of my family come over. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Been running for a long time I think. Words of wisdom.

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    Just as a point of thought. Ayoob offers a little different advice to go with this video. Ayoob is a LEO and testifies as an expert witness for gun cases. He feels you should tell the police I am the victim that is the bad guy laying there. My spent shell are here and point them oout. point out the bad guys gun and any empty cases so evidence doesn't get overlooked or moved during the investigation. Then tell the officer you plan on cooperating fully within the next 24 hours after calming down and talking to counsel. Just a little different perspective.

    My Son is a SWAT team member for a large county sheriff department and he has told me not to say much to the police and that my attorney will thank me for shutting up.

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    This is a "G" rated, attorney's version of "Scared Straight."
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    Good video. I knew that it wasn't a good idea to talk to the police, but this really enforces that idea.
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    I saw this and others like it a long time ago. It is definately best to keep your mouth shut until you talk to an attorney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manolito View Post
    Just as a point of thought. Ayoob offers a little different advice to go with this video. Ayoob is a LEO and testifies as an expert witness for gun cases. He feels you should tell the police I am the victim that is the bad guy laying there. My spent shell are here and point them oout. point out the bad guys gun and any empty cases so evidence doesn't get overlooked or moved during the investigation. Then tell the officer you plan on cooperating fully within the next 24 hours after calming down and talking to counsel. Just a little different perspective.

    My Son is a SWAT team member for a large county sheriff department and he has told me not to say much to the police and that my attorney will thank me for shutting up.
    This is the approach I hope I have to never use.
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    Watched it last time it was around here, very informative. Glad I saw it, good for other/new members to see.
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    I have watched this video in its entirety several times, and rely on it heavily when imparting information on this topic to others. Great stuff, and all relevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manolito View Post
    Just as a point of thought. Ayoob offers a little different advice to go with this video. Ayoob is a LEO and testifies as an expert witness for gun cases. He feels you should tell the police I am the victim that is the bad guy laying there. My spent shell are here and point them oout. point out the bad guys gun and any empty cases so evidence doesn't get overlooked or moved during the investigation. Then tell the officer you plan on cooperating fully within the next 24 hours after calming down and talking to counsel. Just a little different perspective.

    My Son is a SWAT team member for a large county sheriff department and he has told me not to say much to the police and that my attorney will thank me for shutting up.
    Ayoob also recommends that you sign the complaint. One thing that worries me about Ayoob's approach is that it requires a lot of self discipline at a time when the adrenaline is sure to be flowing. I've been in a couple of intense situations (before I carried and I never came to any harm or had to harm anyone else, fortunately) and it was really hard to shut up afterwards. I am afraid that once I start talking it will be hard to shut it down. Just my 2 cents, and obviously Ayoob has forgotten more than I will ever know on the subject.

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    It has been posted here several times before but, since it still seems to be getting comments and we have so many new members who may wish to also comment and offer opinions etc. - it can stay here.
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