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Discussion in 'Corpus Christi' started by txinvestigator, Dec 19, 2015.
It is not due to lack of PC or RS. That's factually incorrect.
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vmax, You forgot Carl's Corner. Which was what I thought of first, until I saw who started it. Still took a minute though.
Thanks for the info. txi. I think I heard something similar from either the DPD, Dallas, or the WPD, Waco. Not sure whether it was radio or tv news but, I know I heard it somewhere.
No the OP said that CCPD policy would require additional RS or PC to stop and ID for OC. Regardless of the legal status of stopping and IDing someone who is OCing depts can and will have their own policies.
No it's there
You need to re-read what I wrote. Jesus Christ, here, I'll help you
No one said open carry was not lawfully PC for a stop. It is THEIR policy that they need ADDITIONAL RS or PC for a stop.
I can use crayons if that'll help you.
Thanks for the info, TXI.
It's really too bad that a simple, non-complicated statement just MUST be challenged and torn down to the "atomic" level in every thread. I really don't understand it. And it's not just this forum. I'm waiting for the thread about stop signs. A stop sign (plain English, fairly large block letters, contrasting colors) can be erected in a city and some ignorant ******* on a forum will fight to the death that the sign doesn't mean you have to stop your vehicle.
You mean a yield sign.
That's probably what the other poster would be arguing about.