Sunday, December 30, 2012

Yeah, cops know how much good restraining orders do

against actual bad guys:
“Did Ned threaten you — physically, I mean?”
“Said I belong to him and no one else. That’s about it. But I know what he means.”
“What did the police say?”
“The last cop, as he was leaving, whispered to me to get a gun.”

 From Kevin a while back on the subject:

1 comment:

Bob said...

Well, the restraining order fills the same role a deer stamp does on a hunting license. Makes everything legal and aboveboard when you shoot the bastard. Have to explain that carefully to the woman involved. What it isn't is an invisible force field of protection.