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September 18, 2006, 09:18 AM

Originally Posted by Rossi
So it is OK to break the laws if you have no respect for the authority? Nobody is saying that Mexico is not fucked up. But they do have laws which were broken by the "great and righteous" piece of shit bounty hunter. He should be held accountable.

I agree, Police Departments should do it. But ask 99.9% vof bounth hunters to be a cop, and they will all say fuck no, there is no money in it. I have more nobility in my pinky toe than one of those assfucks.
No, its not okay to break the laws if you have no respect for authority, however the crime should fit the punishment. If you had a chance to run, you would have done the same thing.

I am not going to suggest that you can blanket disregard the laws for whatever resident country you are in, however, the double standard is frightening.

Mexico encourages the influx of illegals into this country because they send money home, refuses to extradite criminals to the US, refuses to enforce the border control, and generally does not give a crap about the US.
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