What not to do and not to say to the police or the press.

told to drop his trousers, he managed to conceal his weapon.

Asked to comment he said: "I'm smooth." …

I had to catch this one. Firefox is addled with Microsft add ons on my computer. Worse, the news downloader is once again BBCentric.

This made me smile though:

Originally posted by BBC:

Retired police chief John Comparetto was attending the meeting of 300 officers when he was allegedly held up at gunpoint in the men's toilets.

He handed over money and a phone but then he and some colleagues gave chase as the suspect tried to flee in a taxi.

They arrested a 19-year-old man over the incident… wearing an ankle holster with a gun, and when told to drop his trousers, he managed to conceal his weapon.

The Associated Press news agency reported that when a journalist asked the suspect for comment as he was led from court, he said: "I'm smooth."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7969934.stm

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2 thoughts on “What not to do and not to say to the police or the press.

  1. Yes. I'm not a big admirer of the BBC but someone there must have written the article like that on purpose.Maybe there's hope for us yet.

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