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Va Abuse & Citizen Arrest


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Dear Fellow Veterans & friends.

When we enter a VA faclity we are still US citizens. Crimes happen as much in the VA as they do iin the out side world. Under the law citizen arresst is a time honored traditon.

Flipping my military ID out and anouching United States. F.M.P. That should put the peritrator on notice to clean up there act. If all veterans were to take on the Status as US. FMP. There would be allot less crime in the VA.

Terry Higggins

US. Federal Mental Paitent. (at your service)

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Your FMP card is as good as any. I know if you want to get pepper sprayed just get out of hand at the Tampa VAMC. Thye have a VA cop on hand at all times at the mental health clinic.

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Dear Fellow Veterans & Friends.

My expertize in citizens arrest comes from the Andy Griffen show. Barny Fife was handing out tickets for the smallest traffic infractions. Gomer Pyle got one and was angry about it. Sherrif Taylor told Gover that Barney Fife was accountabel to the street laws also. Gomer flaged barney over to tell him of the illegal U turn Barney had made. Barney was shocked at Gomer holding him accountabel for such a small violtaton and basicly told Gomer to jump into the lake. As Barney drove off, Gomer chased after him yelling "CITIZEN ARREST, CITTEZEN ARREST"

Sheriff Taylor supported Gomers arrest5s.

One thing I wont do again is take my handcuffs and attach one handcuff to my arm while making a citizen arrest on a car and attache the ohter cuff to the door handel of the car in violaton. Thatts ruff when they take off with you still attched to there car. ouch

Terry Higgins

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