Stolen police uniforms used for unsavoury dress-ups?

johnboy 27 March 2009 141

[First filed: March 24, 2009 @ 16:37
Second filing: March 26, 2009 @ 23:13]

In the predictable carnage that is our comments section following the death of Jamie Joseph Peisley over the weekend this interesting photo was unearthed.

(it’s original source is here)

There are claims that the gun is real and the uniform is stolen.

Which is a bit of a worry when you think about it. Just think of the trouble they could get up to, with the rest of us in the middle.

UPDATE: And we really just had to share this comment by (I have reason to believe) the man himself:

    wot the fucc r u bored internet geeks talking about me for? dont ne of uz haf nefing better to do then talk about ppl behind their bakz on the net… and talk about ppl that are now dead? uz r arguin over shit u dont know nofen about… dnt tlk bout me. p.s the gunz a colt .45 us military model.

So… You’ve been told.


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bigfeet bigfeet 11:46 pm 28 Mar 09

Damn, it is so easy to be drawn into a discussion that is completely off topic and will go nowhere.

OK DMD. I see what you are saying. But at present drug use is illegal, and anyone who engages in drug use knows they are breaking the law. They also must, or should, know that it is not a victimless crime. There are murders happening every day because of the drug trade. Without the consumers there would be no trade, so they are partially responsible for people being killed.

Now if someone believes that those laws are wrong, fine, that is their right. But there are ways to change those laws. Wholesale breaking of those laws is not the way to change them.

That’s it. Not going to be drawn in again on this thread!!
(although I reserve the right to have a similar discussion on another thread)

Spideydog Spideydog 11:40 pm 28 Mar 09

DMD, sorry buddy but I know alot more about drugs than you think. It is very dangerous of you to think I am naive about drugs in any form, especially being on an internet forum. Lets suffice to say I have seen just about every angle and effect of drug use that has helped me form the opinion I have. People are quite free to have and form their own opinions (including you 😉 which I will respect, agree with them is another thing.

People being afraid to voice their taking of drugs on this forum …. please, read the other threads (including this one) people here, are not afraid to type what they think.!!

You can still go to court for weed m8. De-criminalised is a very loose term.

Anyways…. enough from me on this one (promise this time)

Deadmandrinking Deadmandrinking 11:18 pm 28 Mar 09

I should add, sorry to double post, that drug use and child porn are two very different things.

Child porn requires an act that society cannot and never will be able to accept, for very good reasons, most of all because it would require the suffering of an individual. If the production of drugs were to take place in controlled environments, nobody would be required to get hurt. It would be still possible, but more down to their own responsibility rather than anyone else’s.

bigfeet bigfeet 11:17 pm 28 Mar 09

I doubt that it would stun me. I would be stunned if there was an occupation anywhere between Member of Parliament and Street Beggar (inclusive) that did not contain some “consumers”

Deadmandrinking Deadmandrinking 11:06 pm 28 Mar 09

Yeah, too late, see above.

The range of consumers would stun you, bigfeet.

bigfeet bigfeet 11:03 pm 28 Mar 09

Deadmandrinking said :

.. What’s your point? That I support this kind of thing? Well, technically I probably do occasionally – as do a huge, huge amount of other people, all kinds of people too. Middle aged pubes are definitely not free from that.

Should we either stop the consumers, who are growing rapidly every day? Or should we stop the organized crime that supplies them, who grow a little less rapidly, but violently when they do?

Anyway, I don’t think this is the topic for that.

That’s fine. As long as those” huge amounts of other people” are happy to take partial responsibility for the murder at Sydney airport the other day, the Melbourne underworld war, the Bali 9 facing execution or lengthy imprisonment and almost every armed robbery and burglary that happens.

An end user of drugs trying to claim that they are not responsible for drug related crime is like someone caught with large amounts of child porn claiming they are not responsible for abuse of children because they only like to look at the pictures.

But you are right on one point. Not the thread to discuss it. And the topic has been done to death on RA many, many times… and will be again.

Deadmandrinking Deadmandrinking 11:03 pm 28 Mar 09

To be honest, this thread was a bit stupid in the first place.

Spidey-dog, I think you’re a bit naive when it comes to drug-use. It’s not a bad thing, I assure you. Please don’t take this as an insult, but I think, considering your obvious anti-drug stance, people might be a little nervous about admitting to their usage around you. This is not a bad thing, but it does cause your view about drugs to be black and white.

Many stoners I knew and still know are gainfully employed – some with extremely good jobs. I know of and know a fair few people who like the occasional smoke who have families, kids and high levels in the APS. I put to you the uni-students and young professionals who hit civic every weekend and take handfuls of pills. Not all drug users walk around with a sign on their head.

Weed is already de-criminalised anyway, it’s just still not legal. There’s a variety of reasons this has not happened. In some ways, I think it’s because we as a society are extremely hypocritical and that we deny basic truths to maintain traditional values we’ve become adept at working around. For some people, I guess it’s simply easier to lead double-lives, one in ‘accepted’ society, the other as recreational drug users, simply because the system they’ve developed for maintaining both would collapse would they come together.

There’s also a range of other reasons it hasn’t come about, to do with politics and conservative values within society. I just don’t think those reasons justify drugs being illegal.

Spideydog Spideydog 8:46 pm 28 Mar 09

Deadmandrinking said :

as do a huge, huge amount of other people, all kinds of people too. Middle aged pubes are definitely not free from that.

Should we either stop the consumers, who are growing rapidly every day? Or should we stop the organized crime that supplies them, who grow a little less rapidly, but violently when they do?

Anyway, I don’t think this is the topic for that.

I cannot WAIT to be in a society of stoners ….. It’s funny to see some of my old school friends that were and still are stoners sucessfully gainfully UNEMPLOYED. Yet the ones the weren’t, or even the ones that were and kicked the habit are making meaningful contributions to society. (like paying for the dole that that druggies readily accept)

The issues in drug use are far beyond your ideals of “pro-choice” and supposedly eliminating crime DMD.

If drug use was so far reaching and accepted as you say DMD, drugs would be de-criminalised. Were still waiting ……………

You will never convince me that open slather drug use will be good for society.

But we shouldn’t head down this discussion path, it will just end in tears !!!!!

Deadmandrinking Deadmandrinking 8:29 pm 28 Mar 09

bigfeet said :

Deadmandrinking said :

Special G said :

You’d love the bloke DMD – he’d be able to hook you up with heaps of drugs. He obviously doesn’t care about legalities.

There’s people I know for that who don’t wave around guns, so I’m sweet.

But somewhere in the chain of getting those drugs to you there are probably several people who do wave guns around, and would think nothing of using them. They may even use them two streets away from a primary school.

Well, it’s not so much a concern to me, as I don’t really use drugs anymore (save a joint at a party every now and again). What’s your point? That I support this kind of thing? Well, technically I probably do occasionally – as do a huge, huge amount of other people, all kinds of people too. Middle aged pubes are definitely not free from that.

Should we either stop the consumers, who are growing rapidly every day? Or should we stop the organized crime that supplies them, who grow a little less rapidly, but violently when they do?

Anyway, I don’t think this is the topic for that.

bigfeet bigfeet 8:17 pm 28 Mar 09

Deadmandrinking said :

Special G said :

You’d love the bloke DMD – he’d be able to hook you up with heaps of drugs. He obviously doesn’t care about legalities.

There’s people I know for that who don’t wave around guns, so I’m sweet.

But somewhere in the chain of getting those drugs to you there are probably several people who do wave guns around, and would think nothing of using them. They may even use them two streets away from a primary school.

Special G Special G 7:50 pm 28 Mar 09

He’s not waving around a gun either. I also played with toy guns when I was a kid.

Deadmandrinking Deadmandrinking 12:05 pm 28 Mar 09

Special G said :

You’d love the bloke DMD – he’d be able to hook you up with heaps of drugs. He obviously doesn’t care about legalities.

There’s people I know for that who don’t wave around guns, so I’m sweet.

Special G Special G 5:09 am 28 Mar 09

You’d love the bloke DMD – he’d be able to hook you up with heaps of drugs. He obviously doesn’t care about legalities.

MsCheeky MsCheeky 10:11 pm 27 Mar 09

No. 85, apparently by the dude holding the gun.

I’m left almost speechless, or is that typeless. Why are we giving oxygen to a completely illiterate brain dead unthinking moron? And I’m not talking Todd Carney here, folks! The photo, the post – they point to someone with an IQ of about 76. Move along people, nothing to see here, move along, move along.

sunshine sunshine 6:40 pm 27 Mar 09

sorry JB

Instant Mash Instant Mash 4:34 pm 27 Mar 09

You’re not as hardcore as you seem to think you are.

/thread

Spideydog Spideydog 4:29 pm 27 Mar 09

Pommy bastard said :

PreciousLilywhite said :

“Too cool …. lol About as cool as 80’s pink leggings.”

Spideydog, I object! (Hot) Pink 80’s leggings, Members Only Jackets and even legwarmers are all totally cooler than this dork will ever be.

+1

LOL to both 😉

peterh peterh 4:00 pm 27 Mar 09

jakez said :

peterh said :

jakez said :

Is that due to most people leaving at them at the club for convenience sake (ie, so they dont have to get the safe in their car and at home)? Or is there a further law with regard to perhaps a category of handguns/firearms that an M1911 fits into?

Also, are you into Sports Shooting Peterh? I went to the open day a few weekends ago and my fiancee and I are considering joining. If you’re involved it’d be good to meet you in person.

I was, but now stick to paintball. the regs in owning and using a sidearm or other firearm in the ACT were one reason, the other was that i don’t have the time to dedicate much effort to the sport, and hobby shooters who never enter comps who know me know I don’t like watching, i like to compete. i have a good eye, my training as a kid and in a prior life made that a sort of interesting factor, and I enjoy non scope long distance shooting.

when the buyback came around, I surrendered several loved weapons, including a kluger squeeze barrel, (my term) world cup 45 special, and a very old .303.

I enjoy shooting, and if you are looking for a sport that encourages patience and accuracy, you will enjoy it too.

montana montana 2:56 pm 27 Mar 09

the fake gun isnt legal if it doesnt have the plastic cap on the end lol.

peterh peterh 2:36 pm 27 Mar 09

Deadmandrinking said :

I don’t think the gun’s legal. Donmeka, I’d get rid of it, fast, if I were you.

hand it in BUTT first, eh?

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