18 May 2011

On duncey behaviour

A series of exchanges on the Express website that completely supports my view on why dunces (as opposed to dunceys) on the Rock prevent progression.

gifted wrote:

i realise that you are ALI S family but let me correct some aspects of your misleading statement... firstly the FIU cannot grant firearm licences, the COP is the only person with this authority... secondly.. a police officer can enter into any premises without a warrant and arrest any person once he has reasonable information that an arrestable offence is being committed or has been committed thereon and it would be impractable at the time of receiving that information for the police to obtain a warrant to search...eg you leave your 16 yr old sister at home, bandits break into the home and raping your sister, police get that info, your reasoning is that they should go and look for a warrant or try to find you before they go and get this bandit [Note spelling]

Jumbie’s Watch response:

a police officer can enter into any premises without a warrant and arrest any person once he has reasonable information that an arrestable offence is being committed or has been committed thereon and it would be impractable at the time of receiving that information for the police to obtain a warrant to search.

Can you provide your source for this info? I am currently reading the Police Service Act and I can find no such thing written in it.

gifted wrote:

if you had gone through the act, section 35 [ b] , think this section deals with p o duties and 36 if i remember correctly would have answered your question

Jumbie’s Watch response:

You misremember. Sections 35 and 36 deal with recognition of an appropriate Association.

Section 45 (b)(c)(d) deals with summary offences. This is different from indictable offences or 'either way' offences. No mention is made of arrest within the privacy of one's home, as a right guaranteed under the constitution.

Section 46(1) states, and I quote: A police office may arrest without a warrant ---

(a) a person who is charged by another person with committing aggravated assault in any case which a police officer believes upon reasonable ground that such assault has been committed although not within his view, and by reason of the recent commission of the offence a warrant could not have been obtained for the offender;

Nothing in this suggests a police officer can enter into any premises without a warrant and arrest any person once he has reasonable information that an arrestable offence is being committed or has been committed thereon and it would be impractable at the time of receiving that information for the police to obtain a warrant to search.

"a person who is charged by another person with committing aggravated assault" means a complaint has to be made. And only for aggravated assault, not for 'any ‘arrestable offence’ [sic]

The assault must be 'aggravated'. And the assault must be 'recent'.

Instead of being 'gifted' you merely sound like a typical 3 O level duncey who failed in the school system, joined the police service and we expect them to learn law.

You amply demonstrate the ignorance of why the Police Service cannot and will not rise above its present state.

    • First, you cannot remember the correct legislation to charge.
    • Second, you cannot interpret the language it is written in.
    • Third, you ascribe your own meaning to the written statute.
    • Fourth, you are wrong and won't admit it. Instead you want to be wrong and strong, typical duncey behaviour.

We can see now why so many cases are thrown out and the dunceys have a 3.65% solve rate for crime.

This folks, is why we have dunceys failing time and time again. I admit, I have no evidence gifted is a duncey (right Capitan?!) but his defence, language and mannerisms provide strong circumstantial evidence.

It is his attitude that I abhor though. If dunceys carry this attitude as outlined in my four points above, no wonder the Rock is in deep shit!!

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