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Hoarsewhisper
Thursday, March 23rd, 2006, 10:41 AM
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Have you ever been arrested?

.................:jail

Ever woke up behind the bars? Been prisoned?

This is the poll for freedom loving souls, that no walls or bars can lock in...
And of course we believe that you were innocent, and that the police or the court did a mistake....











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Weg
Thursday, March 23rd, 2006, 11:30 AM
Never. Virgin police record. Snow immaculated white. ;)

Hoarsewhisper
Thursday, March 23rd, 2006, 11:39 AM
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Probably a few lurking around here,
waiting for the moment when it is safe to vote without any chance of beeing recognized....:D

I even was accused of attempt to hate crime...but the detective was reasonable and understood that I only defended myself...

Law, truth and justice are often three different things.

But of course, it is a thin line, and one have to thread careful if trying to balance between these factors.

Most Norwegian cops are patriots, and nobody sees all and everything, they must priorize.

My salute to all the good and patriotic cops!






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nicholas
Thursday, March 23rd, 2006, 11:42 AM
Both cases were because I stood up for what was JUST, and didn't just blindly obey. The police are NOT your friends, might doesn't make right.

nicholas
Thursday, March 23rd, 2006, 12:44 PM
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Law, truth and justice are often three different things.

But of course, it is a thin line, and one have to thread careful if trying to balance between these factors.
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totally agree with this.




My salute to all the good and patriotic cops!


I think that there are good cops but my biggest problem is all the corruption and crooked cops that no one wants to talk about. The american police force has become a safe haven for millitary rejects, bullies, cowards, tattooed punks, and other trash that could easily be behind bars.

Chlodovech
Friday, March 24th, 2006, 05:00 AM
Ever woke up behind the bars? Been prisoned?


Yeah, even been escorted by coppers in civilian clothes, railway police - holding me by the arms (while I didn't resist, that wouldn't have been smart - but I understand they were doing this so I couldn't run away).

They led me - while being handcuffed - through a railway station, during peak hour, I remember everyone staring at me. People never respected (feared?) me so much as on that fateful day. ;)

Anyway, they locked me up in jail for an hour or so, searched me (you don't wanna hear about it) and my backpack, and I never heared anything more about it. I committed a minor offense. :)

...And all this for having 22,5 gr. weed on me (for my own consumption), when I came back from 'shopping' in Holland. I lost 150 euro. :|

And now I'm a known drug courier, according to their files - an officer said.

I happened to be at the wrong spot at the wrong time, that's all.

Theudiskaz
Friday, March 24th, 2006, 05:11 AM
Never! Scouts honor!:grangel

Sigurd Volsung
Friday, March 24th, 2006, 06:09 PM
Never - clean record here.

nicholas
Friday, March 24th, 2006, 06:15 PM
Never - clean record here.
:thumbsup
Is that cuz you've never been caught or because street corner cameras are such a good deterrent?:ctlcenter :)

ostseefront
Friday, March 24th, 2006, 06:20 PM
No, I was not ever in the prison. It will also not let come to it. My best friend seat however in the prison for 4 years.

I am often active, but I where and when conclusion to be white must.

Sigurd Volsung
Friday, March 24th, 2006, 07:42 PM
:thumbsup
Is that cuz you've never been caught or because street corner cameras are such a good deterrent?:ctlcenter :)

Haha! Probably a bit of both :P

thunarsson
Saturday, March 25th, 2006, 07:36 PM
I spent 5 years for taking the law into my own hands, I don't regret it at all.

Annikaspapa
Sunday, March 26th, 2006, 08:31 AM
No-nay-never...

Widerstand_CZ
Wednesday, April 12th, 2006, 03:29 PM
In my country, comrades were arrested and imprisoned for "crimes" like wearing cap containind old Odal runes, wearing T-shirt with words "NO REMORSE", wearing Thor Steinar clothing etc. Police oppression is very high and ZOG fully controls my land. Holocaust denial is crime punishable up to 3 years. Special political police is hunting for any pro-white activities. Concerts of white music are nearly impossible, or you must calculate with brutal police attack, arresting etc.

Prince Eugen
Thursday, April 13th, 2006, 09:05 PM
Yes 3 times!Two for painting graffities (you understand what kind) and once for a fight with local antifa!One time a weekend behind bars!

Lusitano
Friday, April 14th, 2006, 04:28 PM
Yes, for nine long years!

Drömmarnas Stig
Friday, April 14th, 2006, 07:18 PM
No, nay, never!
I have the highest respect for policemen and would never cause any trouble.
However, I might be arrested someday because of my political beliefs which are illegal in post-WW2 Germany.
The irony is that immigrants who commit brutal crimes (like mugging senior citizens) would get a lesser penalty than decent citizens like myself for publishing my beliefs.

Phlegethon
Friday, April 14th, 2006, 10:28 PM
I've been arrested about 200 times in my wild years of political street activism. Never got sentenced though. After a maximum of 72 hrs in police custody I always got released without charges.

skipy
Sunday, April 16th, 2006, 08:26 AM
Once, for a brawl i had with some lebo punk.

nooneatall
Wednesday, April 19th, 2006, 03:47 AM
Last year I met a girl off the interweb in a mall with her sis and some of her friends for a sort of group date, one of her friends thought it would be funny to leave early and call the cops to tell them how her 14 year old friend was on a date with a guy over 18. That was fun.

Krissi
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006, 03:25 AM
Never been arrested but I was convicted for minor assault in May 2005... got 1 year probation.

I was only defending a friend who isn't capable of defending him self.



I'm surprised that some of you disrespect the police. I respect the police and I really want to go to the police academy as soon as I can.

Thruthheim
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006, 03:27 AM
Never

nicholas
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006, 02:44 PM
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I'm surprised that some of you disrespect the police. I respect the police and I really want to go to the police academy as soon as I can.

Police are human, they have the same character flaws everyone else has. A badge doesn't change that and you are deluding yourself if you think it does. I respect police to an extent, but the minute they start lyin and manipulating then they are just another thug, no better than some black gang member in South Los Angeles.

Part of it is that many police are millitary wannabees who just couldn't cut it, bullying unarmed defenseless women is more their style. Also take into account that most police review boards are a joke and the Blue Wall of covering yer cop buddies ass is still well in effect.

Weg
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006, 03:38 PM
Policemen are the System's armed arm : slaves.

The Horned God
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006, 03:41 PM
Never, not even close.

Northern Paladin
Sunday, April 23rd, 2006, 02:02 PM
Never. A girl once called the cops on me when I was 15 though.

She was using this guy to bully my friends. So I called her said that we had guns and we would use them if we felt threatened. So she recorded and called the cops. They came to my class and said where here to talk to Spencer about something.

But I told such a sympathetic story about how me and my friends where being buliied by a power hungry bitch that they let me go with some sympathetic remarks "don't let those kind of girls get to you son".:D

angkri
Tuesday, April 25th, 2006, 06:46 PM
No.. never.. But have been close a few times.. Both times for things i havent done ;P So have never been further than sitting in the police car with a flash light in my face..

Imnotwearingsocks
Wednesday, April 26th, 2006, 08:18 PM
No and that's only because I haven't got caught. :P

Allenson
Thursday, April 27th, 2006, 02:18 AM
Yeah, I got hauled in once for driving while imbibed.... But, when subjected to the breathalyzer, I passed with flying colors (I'd stopped drinking many hours before the whole unholy, arresting affair). ;)

So, I was not charged with anything but I did have to pay $150 or so to get my truck from the towing pound... :(

PolitischerSoldat
Thursday, April 27th, 2006, 02:29 AM
Yeah, 3 times:D ! The first time at a bad, bad skinhead party, the second time in the stadium, and the third time just at night on the street! But number 2 and 3 were only arbitrariness of the police! But I was never condemned to something, yet...... :D

Northern Paladin
Thursday, April 27th, 2006, 06:01 AM
Yeah, 3 times:D ! The first time at a bad, bad skinhead party, the second time in the stadium, and the third time just at night on the street! But number 2 and 3 were only arbitrariness of the police! But I was never condemned to something, yet...... :D

Where you beating up Jews in that party?:D What is a bad skin head party like?

Beorncyning
Thursday, April 27th, 2006, 08:40 PM
No and that's only because I haven't got caught. :P

Haha. Same here. :D

Imnotwearingsocks
Friday, April 28th, 2006, 12:19 AM
Haha. Same here. :D

Welcome to the club slick.;)

The Black Prince
Friday, April 28th, 2006, 12:47 AM
Voted 2/3 times,

Got a few times taken to the police station in my teenager years (bar fights, vandalism, etc..), but they never had any proof so I have no record.;)

Huzar
Saturday, April 29th, 2006, 07:39 AM
Voted 2/3 times,

Got a few times taken to the police station in my teenager years (bar fights, vandalism, etc..), but they never had any proof so I have no record.;)


What your mother said ? :P

The Black Prince
Monday, May 1st, 2006, 10:55 PM
What your mother said ? :P

Let's say there where some disciplinary actions. ;)

Enibas
Friday, May 5th, 2006, 10:14 AM
I was never arrested and I hope it will never happends:angel .

SubGnostic
Wednesday, July 19th, 2006, 11:16 PM
Nay, never. Well, ofcourse I haven't lived that much so it could happen. I have quite a short fuse. If taken in for fighting, defending yourslef or your beliefs, I can understand that. But what I don't really understand is vandalism and rampaging the streets drunk. Who self-respecting Aryan would behave like a negro?

Fjoelnir
Wednesday, July 19th, 2006, 11:23 PM
Hi..


I must say yes!..i was an bad-girl when i was 17 years old..:D But it was only for a night or some hours, i´ve make a lot of mistakes in this time, but i have learn about it.. So it iss ok for me..;)

Greetings St...

Graegg
Wednesday, July 19th, 2006, 11:30 PM
No, not really.
Only for a Night or a few Hours. The most reasons why i get arrested was my T-shirt, cause the cops dont know if im allowed to were difficult signs and flags, so they take me to the police station...
And sometimes friday night till saturday morning: reason-alkcohol

Greethings Grägg

[i know, my english is verry poor - sry for that]

Tabitha
Thursday, July 20th, 2006, 04:40 PM
Never but if it were ever to happen,I'd be begging for the death penalty, oblivion would be better than my mother's wrath.

Loki
Thursday, July 20th, 2006, 11:10 PM
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Have you ever been arrested?

.................:jail

Ever woke up behind the bars? Been prisoned?

This is the poll for freedom loving souls, that no walls or bars can lock in...
And of course we believe that you were innocent, and that the police or the court did a mistake....


I would not be surprised if you have been ... :|

Sciz
Friday, July 21st, 2006, 01:21 AM
I was arrested once when I was eighteen for "aiding and abbetting a runaway." My girlfriend at the time was being treated, shall we say unfairly, by her father. My options were to not aid her, knowing that she would be running away anyway, staying with a certain "friend" and that she would be in danger of physical harm, or to have her stay with me and know, at least that she would be safe.

In the end, her father found out and I was arrested, but I can't say I regret it. It brought to light how her father mistreated her and she ended up moving to live with her mother in a different area.

VilhelMina
Sunday, July 23rd, 2006, 10:28 PM
No, not as an adult.

Does this include juve? I was a rebel teenager. :lick

Phlegethon
Monday, July 24th, 2006, 09:14 PM
These days one gets arrested on ridiculous mickey mouse charges anyway.

notyourtypicalstereotype
Saturday, August 26th, 2006, 07:49 AM
I've been pulled in before for trying to get the cops to look into a pregnant woman being spit on while we were at an anti-illegal immigration demonstration. I mentioned my right to free speech, and our right to assemble, which is a grave mistake in front of the cops in this particular city. They're known for being huge dicks.

Gefjon
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 04:43 PM
The only time I've been to prison was to visit my friends. I am clean. What about you?

(No worries, the poll's private ;))

The Lawspeaker
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 04:48 PM
Nope ... and I intend on keeping it that way.

Blood_Axis
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 04:48 PM
Your questions sometimes amaze me! :D

No. I've only gone once to visit and discuss with a very old man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._Dertilis) who was not even my friend (a political prisoner, and historical figure).
Entering a prison is not a pleasant experience, in general...I don't think I would do it again.

The Horned God
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 04:51 PM
No. I'm a strangler, but I pick my victims at random, so I haven't been caught yet. :p

Soten
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 05:46 PM
I've never been to jail. But I was once tracked down and taken into custody for "running away". It's pretty embarassing since it was only a few years ago. I wasn't really "running away", I just had a fight with my step-dad and wanted to get away for awhile. My mom over-reacted and called the police to come find me. I guess the fact that I left without wearing a shirt or shoes could have been the reason my mom was so worried! :D

Ælfhere
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 05:49 PM
I've seen documentaries about life in prison and would prefer to stay away from it. I ran a red light years ago, that's the extent of my lawbreaking.

What I don't understand are recidivists, those who for whatever reason can't keep from committing crimes and spending most of their life in jail. :confused:

Gefjon
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 05:51 PM
I've seen documentaries about life in prison and would prefer to stay away from it. I ran a red light years ago, that's the extent of my lawbreaking.

What I don't understand are recidivists, those who for whatever reason can't keep from committing crimes and spending most of their life in jail. :confused:
Some go back to jail cause they like it there. I read some news about a Russian ? guy who committed a crime right after he got out just to get back in. :D

Ælfhere
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 06:00 PM
Some go back to jail cause they like it there. I read some news about a Russian ? guy who committed a crime right after he got out just to get back in. :D

Indeed. The professional street thug types prefer life in jail because they get free room and board, free food, have no responsibility, and get to push others around all day.

NUXiY
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 06:38 PM
No. I'm a strangler, but I pick my victims at random, so I haven't been caught yet. :p

Oh yeah, me too. I kill just for the fun of it, so the police cant find any pattern to get me. Brilliant strategy really. Its like spontaneous chess.

Prison life doesnt seem very fun. Its more like being trapped inside a church for a x number of years. Just horrible. Though, in Norway, it might be a bit too comfy, and even give a person a lot of time to study/read :highfive:

Fafner
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 08:44 PM
The closest I've been of the jail is when sometimes I go to my Aunt's by bus and I pass in front of it :p

Loddfafner
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 09:00 PM
I've gone many times as a visitor, and some prisons treat the visitors as if we were the inmates.

Next World
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 09:03 PM
I've never been to prison or jail other than to pay visits.

I'm a law-abiding citizen for the most part.

A lot of people I have been very close to (nobody in my family, though) have been to jail and prison multiple times. Not necessarily for doing bad things, but for doing things which were perceived as illegal acts. They can say they wish they never went, but for the most part, it has built better character for most of them. I know it doesn't work for everyone, or even for most people, but some good people do walk out of prisons and have their cuffs removed. The difference is that they were good people going in. They're just more experienced people, now.

I've written extensively about one friend's prison experiences as he dictated them to me. Even just knowing someone who is comfortable talking to you about what it is like is enough to change your perspective of certain things. I don't think I know any women who have been to prison. I've known girls who have gone to jail a few times for stupid crap, but none who have been in actual prisons as inmates.

It's really sad that the government can take our tax money and literally set up barred-in ghetto-complexes, and what's worse, put men in there who really shouldn't be living that sort of life.


To comment on people who try to get back into prison to stay there: some people have been in prison for so long that they really don't understand how the outside world works and cannot maneuver in it. It's not always that they don't want to take responsibility, there are a lot of diligent workers locked away in prisons, a lot of people who strived with all of their might to care for their families and communities. People go to prison for some really ridiculous things. Prisons have different programs that are supposed to help inmates melt back into society properly, but from all accounts I've heard; they're crap. A lot of the time, you just get 20 bucks and the clothes on your back when you leave. While it is possible to rebuild a life off of that, it is very difficult in a society like hours.

Of course, there are also people as mentioned who simply don't want to go through the routine of life and hold their own. But what lies within a prison really isn't a walk in the park, either. Of course, if one is good at bullying others, and sincerely doesn't care about life, prison would be a fine choice for them, as an alternative to suicide. Although, suicide costs taxpayers less money.

Other people treat prisons much like mental hospitals. Services for the homeless and mentally ill are somewhat limited. One story I recall particularly well, which I will be brief with, is as such: a veteran comes home from war, starts a business and hits it off, he gets a nice house with his wife, settles down, and has a family, a few years later, while he is at work, his wife and his children are killed. He set fire to the plaza his building was in, as well as his house. He wound up in prison, rather than a mental health institution. He's out now, and he chooses to be homeless. He's a senior citizen and a veteran. He'd like to go back to prison. He says that at least there he feels like he has some sort of purpose to serve, even if it is just his lame little prison-job, or to be the guy who spins "string" from old fabric to sell to other inmates.



It's pretty sad that this stuff happens, but in a society like ours, it's not surprising.

Gefjon
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 09:42 PM
I've gone many times as a visitor, and some prisons treat the visitors as if we were the inmates.
Oh, hell yes, especially in maximum security. Puts me off from even wanting to go near a prison. The searches and restrictions are humiliating, it's not like we're terrorists or something. :rolleyes:

Next World
Friday, December 14th, 2007, 10:11 PM
Oh, hell yes, especially in maximum security. Puts me off from even wanting to go near a prison. The searches and restrictions are humiliating, it's not like we're terrorists or something. :rolleyes:I support them doing the searches they do. Visiting a prison, you don't realize what can be harmful within a prison, because we don't think in such a way out here. I wish the searched prisoners returning from work release, better. That's allegedly how the drug trade stays so alive in most prisons. I honestly don't even know why they put them out on work release... I wouldn't risk it.

SwordOfTheVistula
Saturday, December 15th, 2007, 01:32 AM
Yeah it's amazing what they can make weapons out of in prison

Kurtz
Saturday, December 15th, 2007, 07:37 AM
I leave this kind of places to Haitians, Arabs, Amerindians, Italians and all our other friends. Home is fine for me.

Lyfing
Saturday, December 15th, 2007, 07:51 AM
Funny this thread shows up one day after I go to court for an "open container" charge and get "swindled" for about $250. I did 10 months for running from them at 18. And 6 and 5 months later on. When I was 13 they tied me up for a year and a month.

I say one can commit nearly any crime as long as they got the money to pay for it..:mad:

And further because that is all they seem to care about it is not to help folks or anything just to get money.

No wonder some are weary of the government for they cheat folks..:mad:

Not saying I don't take responsibility for myself as I've done quite well.!! but they shouldn't chain folks up over petty things for long times taking their chances away when young..that is crooked..

They lock you in a cage and you can't talk to your family and you can't do anything to make a life for yourself. All of your dreams are put to halt. You are powerless. There aren't even good books to read..the bible..eh..there is nothing you can do but hold your mind still and focus and hold your anger in.

I remember only my dreams keeping me going. At one time they took me and I was in love. I cried out for her and beat my head and fists until bloody. I imagined Freya hovering in the sky as I laid on the concrete floor in my suicide suit ( with feet wrapped in toilet paper because it was so cold ) and felt her loving like embrace.

There are many stories to tell. Maybe someday when I have more time I will tell them. For now I go lay with my wife in fetal position of eternal embrace..:)

Later,

-Lyfing

NUXiY
Saturday, December 15th, 2007, 03:55 PM
In other words, you have been to jail quite alot of times, Lyfing.

Gefjon
Saturday, December 15th, 2007, 04:06 PM
Funny this thread shows up one day after I go to court for an "open container" charge and get "swindled" for about $250. I did 10 months for running from them at 18. And 6 and 5 months later on. When I was 13 they tied me up for a year and a month.

I say one can commit nearly any crime as long as they got the money to pay for it..:mad:

And further because that is all they seem to care about it is not to help folks or anything just to get money.

No wonder some are weary of the government for they cheat folks..:mad:

Not saying I don't take responsibility for myself as I've done quite well.!! but they shouldn't chain folks up over petty things for long times taking their chances away when young..that is crooked..

They lock you in a cage and you can't talk to your family and you can't do anything to make a life for yourself. All of your dreams are put to halt. You are powerless. There aren't even good books to read..the bible..eh..there is nothing you can do but hold your mind still and focus and hold your anger in.

I remember only my dreams keeping me going. At one time they took me and I was in love. I cried out for her and beat my head and fists until bloody. I imagined Freya hovering in the sky as I laid on the concrete floor in my suicide suit ( with feet wrapped in toilet paper because it was so cold ) and felt her loving like embrace.

There are many stories to tell. Maybe someday when I have more time I will tell them. For now I go lay with my wife in fetal position of eternal embrace..:)

Later,

-Lyfing
Sounds horrible. It's ridicuous what kind of stuff they put you in jail for nowadays. :rolleyes:


@ Next World I understand why they do these searches. Some visitors smuggle drugs and weapons to their inmates in the sneakiest ways and if they are caught it means trouble for the inmates as well, as they can be sent to the hole. Was just sayin it's humiliating for us... some just go there to see their friends and loved ones, they'd never smuggle anything to cause them trouble. :)

Death and the Sun
Saturday, December 15th, 2007, 04:21 PM
Nope ... and I intend on keeping it that way.


The same here; I've never as much as gotten a parking ticket, nor I do intend to.

ChaosLord
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 08:30 AM
I was put in a holding cell for a couple of hours on an assault charge against a person who attacked me with a weapon. Wasn't put in jail though.

Drakkar
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 08:57 AM
I just got taken in overnight for a misdemeanor charge doing something that I would only do in the state of intoxication :o. For the next 3 months or so, I'll be going to meetings for pre trial intervention in order to clear my record :(. I will tell you, spending a night in prison really scared me straight. All I can remember is the horrible people and the awful smell of everything. The employees when you have to register and do your little mug shot were nice... the whole process there is just sooo long. I never intend to go to any correctional facility again.

Oski
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 09:25 AM
::sighs::

Yes
I've been to jail over 25 times.

I've spent about 6 months of my life in county jails at different times, big whoop.

Evolved
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 11:08 AM
I have never been in jail or prison as a prisoner or a visitor, and I wouldn't associate with the kind of person who commits crimes. :o

mischak
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 11:26 AM
I have never been in jail or prison as a prisoner or a visitor, and I wouldn't associate with the kind of person who commits crimes. :o

I regularly download music and movies without paying for them, I guess you wouldn't want to associate with me then. :rolleyes::o

Gefjon
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 11:56 AM
I drank when I was underage once, oops. Wasn't caught though, so I'm no criminal. :p Oh not to mention all the Europeans who commit what would be considered thought crimes in their countries. :rolleyes:
I support folks' association with whomever they want though. That's why I've got friends in prison, I'm less judgmental about crime than your average American citizen. :p

Jantelover
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 01:01 PM
No, but then again I haven't met anyone from this board yet either. ;)

Elgar
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 01:38 PM
Indeed. The professional street thug types prefer life in jail because they get free room and board, free food, have no responsibility, and get to push others around all day.

From what I have seen of US prisons, they are dens of sodomy. I saw a documentary about a prison and basically the weaker guys get made into 'bitches' - though this was a prison with a majority of blacks.

Personally I think being incarcerated with the dregs of society must be a hell on earth. A childhood friend of mine went to prison for stabbing somebody (it sounds worse than it is, he lost his father in an accident and was working as a chef alongside a guy who constantly made jokes about his father's death, no excuse but he had the red mist and a knife in his hand, the guy survived and mad a complete recovery) and he said it was very unpleasant and he's not soft.

As for me - I have no criminal record at all, though I was arrested aged eighteen for handling stolen goods but released without charge and cautioned for underage drinking aged fourteen. I can honestly say that I am unlikely to break the law at all, and if I ever did it is likely to be for some political reason.

Scarily now, if you are arrested by the police then you have your DNA taken and added to the database (it now contain approximately 4 million peoples'), even if you are relerased without charge it is not destroyed.

Gefjon
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 02:43 PM
No, but then again I haven't met anyone from this board yet either. ;)
What, are ya one of these rough and tough Polaks who's bitter about Germanics and wants to beat them up? :o:D

Next World
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 03:59 PM
From what I have seen of US prisons, they are dens of sodomy. I saw a documentary about a prison and basically the weaker guys get made into 'bitches' - though this was a prison with a majority of blacks.Most prisons in the US are like that. Even in areas where there is a considerably lower black population than in other parts of the country, like around here, there are still more blacks and "Latinos" in the prisons than whites. It isn't fair that weak guys are abused, but if it weren't for those fears, neither the AB nor SB would probably exist. A lot of people talk crap about the AB, mainly because of drug use and such, but a lot of us would have a different perspective if we were actually in prison for a 10+ year sentence. My ex isn't AB, and even he has talked crap about them from time to time, but he said that even if I hate them and think they're all worthless pieces of crap, I should respect them, because they're the only people in there who are going to stand up for some scrawny little white guy who comes in on a non-violent crime charge.

I think what is stranger is that plenty of guys volunteer to be "bitches", even though they've been heterosexual their whole lives. I guess that's another thing I can't understand without having been there. Guys who don't want to bother getting beat up or finding a decent way to make money often bind together, sag their pants, and start what is essentially a "sweet gang". Everybody makes fun of them, but they're still a force to be reckoned with, allegedly.

I'm not even going to talk about what happens in female prisons because all I really know about it is based off of documentaries and my brother's criminal justice book. Personally, their idea of "families" bothers me more than the male-prison idea of gangs.

Gefjon
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 04:07 PM
According to what one of my friends told me, some guys volunteer to be "bitches" or "girlfriends" cause they get protection that way. He said in prison sometimes you're forced to end up one of two, a thug or a "girlfriend", so you gotta make a choice. It's easier being a "girlfriend" than a thug for some folks, cause to be a thug you gotta get in fights and kick someone's ass to make a name for yourself and you could risk your life. While being a "girlfriend" you just have to... well, you know. Though being a "girlfriend" doesn't really get you protection for ever cause some guys have the habit to trade their "girlfriends" for some drugs or gamble them.

Loddfafner
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 08:09 PM
From what I hear, the accounts of sex and violence in prison are greatly exaggerated. The reality, for most inmates, most of the time, is just long periods of excruciating boredom occasionally punctuated by sudden incidents of manufactured drama.

ladybright
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 08:47 PM
I have never been arrested, to jail or other such incareration.

What I have heard from people (mostly my parents generation and not many at that)I have known is that prison is mostly waiting. Weeks or months of bordom and moments of extreme danger. But none of my friends have been to jail recently so I could not give an opinion on what it islike now. Prison documentaries all seem increably biased one way or the other so I do not trust them.

Elgar
Sunday, December 16th, 2007, 10:37 PM
According to what one of my friends told me, some guys volunteer to be "bitches" or "girlfriends" cause they get protection that way. He said in prison sometimes you're forced to end up one of two, a thug or a "girlfriend", so you gotta make a choice. It's easier being a "girlfriend" than a thug for some folks, cause to be a thug you gotta get in fights and kick someone's ass to make a name for yourself and you could risk your life. While being a "girlfriend" you just have to... well, you know. Though being a "girlfriend" doesn't really get you protection for ever cause some guys have the habit to trade their "girlfriends" for some drugs or gamble them.

A life of anal rape, then. Nice! Even if one volunteered to be a bitch, is it really consensual or is it coercion ie. rape? Put it this way, as a heterosexual male I can think of very little worse than being sodomised, let alone by the possibly HIV infected filth in a jail.

The funny thing is, in the UK prisons homosexuality is taboo, it might happen but if it was known you would be shunned by most of the other lags.

harl
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007, 03:41 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-ZAL1oNvE4

That should keep everyone away from prison.

Cuchulain
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007, 06:07 AM
I've been to jail twice, both times for committing victimless "crimes" which I feel ought to be well within my rights, and which I will continue to commit as I see fit. I've never been locked up for doing anything I felt bad about, and doubt I ever will. I do acknowledge that I was aware of the consequences of my actions before I did them, and I don't feel sorry for myself at all. Underage drinking and cannabis.

Gefjon
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007, 06:16 AM
I've been to jail twice, both times for committing victimless "crimes" which I feel ought to be well within my rights, and which I will continue to commit as I see fit. I've never been locked up for doing anything I felt bad about, and doubt I ever will. I do acknowledge that I was aware of the consequences of my actions before I did them, and I don't feel sorry for myself at all. Underage drinking and cannabis.
Guess you got unlucky. I've done both and haven't been caught. :p They shouldn't be crimes in the first place, certainly not a reason to put folks in jail. Leave jail for the really dangerous folks.

Elysium
Wednesday, December 19th, 2007, 07:26 AM
I have never been in trouble and been sent to prison! :D

I wouldn't be surprised if in a few decades I get found guilty of thought crimes and related things.

Matamoros
Thursday, December 20th, 2007, 09:06 AM
I've never been to prison and I don't ever want to! I don't know anyone who has either. :)

The Lawspeaker
Thursday, December 20th, 2007, 03:41 PM
The poor sods wouldn't want me there.:D

Siegfried
Friday, December 21st, 2007, 10:30 PM
Only to visit clients of the law firm I work for.

Diarmuid
Thursday, January 3rd, 2008, 05:52 AM
I've never been incarcerated or detained in my life and I don't intend to be. I've never even gotten in trouble with the law period, let alone been jailed. Some of my friends have been detained for underage drinking, thankfully I wasn't there that night.

Northern Paladin
Tuesday, January 8th, 2008, 06:16 AM
No. I'd like to go someday though. I head solidary confinement is highly therapeutic.

Old Winter
Wednesday, January 9th, 2008, 12:34 AM
Never

And jail is a black man's paradise and a white man's hell.

Hersir
Friday, January 11th, 2008, 06:04 AM
Yes, drunken arrest for just one night.

Mrs. Lyfing
Friday, January 11th, 2008, 04:06 PM
Never been & hope to Never Go...I would be scared

Alice
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 02:35 PM
No, I've never been arrested or incarcerated, and hopefully I will never be. But given that one can be jailed nowadays for 'deadnaming' or 'misgendering' someone, it might be a possibility!

Gareth Lee Hunter
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 03:49 PM
As I've stated before, people are free to believe whatever they want to believe. But I don't waste my time fabricating tales to impress anyone. And I really have nothing to hide, or be ashamed of.

Yes. I have been charged and held for two violent offenses. I was cleared of both charges in court, which proves that everyone who is arrested for 'allegedly' committing a crime isn't necessarily guilty.

I have also passed a background check later in life for the purpose of obtaining security clearance for an occupation I held, which a criminal record would have prevented.

I also have a valid LTCH permit to carry a handgun, which I would not have been able to obtain if I were a convicted felon.

Sometimes the winding road we follow through life is rockier for some than others. So don't be too quick to judge those who seem to be stumbling more without actually falling.

Þoreiðar
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 03:57 PM
Back when I was 18, I had managed to injure my head at house party, and was bleeding quite a bit. Some neighbors called the cops due to loud music, and they showed up to investigate, only to see my gushing wound and demanding I come with them to the local emergency room. However, I was having a great time, despite my injury, and refused to go anywhere. Some less polite words were exchanged, and one of the officers attempted to drag me along by a choke hold, ending up in a brawl on the ground in the front yard. They managed to put the cuffs on me, threw me in the back of their van, and drove me to the drunk arrest in the neighboring town where I had to stay the night. Don't know if it is normal procedure, but they also undressed me by force in the cell, to nothing but my boxers, which was quite humiliating and unnecessary.

They never gave me any medical exam, and actually inflicted me with more injuries than what I had from the beginning, including a crooked tooth. And of course, I got a hefty fine for resisting arrest the next morning. Never had much respect for the police since then.

GroeneWolf
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 04:35 PM
Closest thing I got to being arrested was an encounter with a cop who wanted to make sure I did not steal my own bike. Because he thought I went a bit to fast on it.

Finnish Swede
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 07:43 PM
LOL. I have not even gotten any parking ticket.

LillyCaterina
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 07:43 PM
Yes. I was arrested and jailed for DUI resulting in a massive amount of property damage, and leaving the scene of an accident. But the police assumed I was intoxicated when I actually suffered an epileptic seizure brought on by exhaustion caused by sixteen hours of work.

Ironically, the brain damage that caused my epilepsy was caused by a violent car crash that killed three of my family members when I was seven. Thankfully, I no longer have seizures, and I don't have to take powerful meds to control them. But the normal life I could have led was destroyed by the injuries I sustained because of that terrible wreck.

schwab
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 07:54 PM
Because you were born perfect....................

SaxonPagan
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 08:38 PM
I got into a punch-up at a Front National rally in Toulouse.

Arrests were being made pretty randomly from what I could see and I could easily have been one of them. Parenthetically, the CRS tear gas affected me badly and I puked up a couple of times during the night.

Gareth Lee Hunter
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 08:40 PM
LOL. I have not even gotten any parking ticket.

Don't worry about it. You've got a lot of years ahead of you to make a wrong turn...

https://i.pinimg.com/564x/4a/0d/ca/4a0dcad88805a3dfc3f187f4eaee56fa.jpg

schwab
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 08:41 PM
We, in the Gendarmerie Nationale had no love for the CRS and vice versa

Finnish Swede
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 08:45 PM
Don't worry about it. You've got a lot of years ahead of you to make a wrong turn...


Time will tell ... until then ... I keep myself as a good human.

schwab
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 08:47 PM
Shame on you cop, you are supposed to kiss her.................

Finnish Swede
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 10:17 PM
Shame on you cop, you are supposed to kiss her.................

Well ... I guess today's USA is full off all kinds of MGTOW etc.
... and no ''cowboys'' anymore.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsq_jZiB1_U

Kauriraris
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 10:50 PM
I did 7 flat.

SpearBrave
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019, 11:04 PM
I plead the fifth. ;)

Sure, I have been in both civilian and military jails. Never anything serious though and no felonies. The charges range from public intoxication, battery, assault, and I got caught with transporting untaxed spirits (moonshine). I only received fines and probation.

Sigurdsson
Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, 02:02 AM
Nope

Herr Rentz
Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, 02:25 AM
I was arrested and held for a couple of hours for DUI in 1987. Charges dismissed after completing court supervision for 12 months.

schwab
Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, 03:48 AM
I was once detained as a murder suspect of the Prefet de Strasbourg wife Henriette Tremeaud. She was killed opening a postal box of cigars on May 17 1957.
At that time I was vacationing in Hamburg, Germany. When I came back, I was arrested at the train station. I was a suspect because I kept writing nasty letters to several French politicians complaining the way Alsace was treated and that my Country should be reunited with Germany. At that time there was an organization in Germany called "Kampfverband fuer ein Unabhaengiges Deutshland". The belief was that I was part of that organization.
To make a long story short, I was released, they could not find any proof.
It had to do with communist East Germany and communist Czechoslovakia.
The story took years to be solved.
Up to this day I believe that Alsace/Elsass should be part of Germany.

Eoppoyz
Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, 02:50 PM
Yes, sadly I was arrested by ICE in the US. It's the immigration section in the Homland Security in the US.

It started with I wanted to study at college in the US. The embassy in my country were complete assholes for no reason at all. I applied the same visa three times and on the last one they even denied me a visa I didn't even apply for (for vocational school). I went to the US as a tourist and tried to solve it from there since they are too incompetent in my country. I sent in all the documents to USCIS.

After a while I started to call them at least three times to make sure the documents reached them (if not my tourist visa would end and I would become an illegal) so it was crucial they got them. They said yes all the times. Since I moved to a different location I made sure they would send me the receipt to the correct address. As a foreigner I sent in a change of address for to the authorities (I think it went to South or North Carolina but don't remember exactly). But around 1.5 month later when I still waited for the receipt from them I was sick for a few days. Me and my American girlfriend were going to eat something at a fastfood restaurant and we went out to the car. I was just going to get in to the car which was parked on the side of the street when a black car with no lights suddenly came from nowhere and blocked the car in front of us. Two Homeland Security agents jumped out and said I was under arrest. It was like a movie except they didn't used their guns.

I went to their office downtown (Cleveland, OH btw). Then I found out the documents I had sent in to USCIS were completely gone. That gave me a problem since I was suddenly an illegal. I had no opportunity to get copies to the documents which I regret. They lost the documents I had called about at least three times about. Then I knew it wasn't the postal service who lost them unless they lied to me on the phone.

They took me to the city jail. About 1.5 day later they suddenly said they were going to release me but instead they took me to a county jail across the state. They took me to administrated segregation. At first I thought it was because I was still sick and it was for protecting others because of this. A few days later I found out the ICE had googled my name and read about me. The problem is 99% of everything about me online are pure lies. They thought I was a really bad guy because they believed in the lies. I demanded a meeting with the ICE and got a phone meeting with them. They even brought the FBI to the meeting. The FBI meeting was a nice guy and after that meeting the FBI seemed to lose the interest for me. The FBI agent had been political himself but I think he was a Conservative but I'm not sure about it.

Despite the ICE knew since then I wasn't a bad guy they still kept me in administrated segregation. I was in jail for almost four months because I refused to sign the deportation order. During that time I got a chronic desease I will suffer for the rest of my life unless there will be a cure. Because I took it to immigration court I lost because I was denied showing my documents properly. While in jail I applied for new documents and in total I was "illegal" for only 1.5 month or so. I was sentenced to deportation and being banned to entering the US for ten years. I found out afterwards that if I had signed that document immediately I would have been in jail for few days and then be deported and banned for only five years.

I can apply for "mercy" and ask for permission to return to the US before the ban ends. It's very expensive and I do have good chances to be approved. I was considered illegal for less than 6 months. I didn't commit any crimes in the US. I didn't cause any troubles in jail. I was friendly to everyone in jail except one pedophile that everyone hated not only for his crimes but also he was very annoying. I may have 70-80% chance to be approved to end the ban before the ten years ends. But I don't feel like paying hundreds of dollars because of returning to the US earlier. I have had enough for American bureaucracy that is even worse than in my country. Now I only have a few years left on the ban.