Dog Chapman Arrested? More Crap!

Discussion in 'Green Room' started by madmatt, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. madmatt

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    Such BS. Here is a guy performing a service to this country by catching scum. He does something even the police can't do. And he has compassion after the fact and tries to help those that he catches.

    Just because some rich piece of trash has the money and the backing (bribes I'm sure) he is able to go after Dog.

    I personally love the show and what he does.
     
  2. omg its nlm

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    wow thats is lame, I like the show as well.
     
  3. Petros

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    You get punished for doing the right thing if it crosses the wrong people. That's so stupid...I hope he wins this case big.
     
  4. madmatt

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    Furthermore, the Mexican government is pathetic.
     
  5. lancer

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    Madmatt i totally agree, what bs..... but this is what this world is like.
     
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    Bounty Hunting is illegal in Mexico.

    Don't worry, he'll get off. Condi will bail him out I think.
     
  7. Perris Calderon

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    is this true?

    if it is, I'm wondering why anyone has a problem with mexico wanting to get him extradited.

    the man is hunting criminals and breaking the law to do it, wht does anyone think he gets a pass?

    if america wants mexico to extradite people that break our law, then we have to extradite people that break their law

    I don't get the fuss...hey dog, dude, you broke the law now pay the price like you want everyone else

    sheesh
     
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  8. Mastershakes

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  9. Perris Calderon

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    ya, a fine and a warning not to break their law, he provides a good service and I don't think they'll jail him.

    this will help his ratings and in the long run will be good for him
     
  10. madmatt

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    However, Dog had permission from the Mexican authorities to "bounty hunt". From what I gather, they changed their minds afterwards.
     
  11. Perris Calderon

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    true?

    then why did they want him extradited?

    did they rescinded the permission before he did it?...did they give him notice?...if not, they are morons
     
  12. madmatt

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    To prove a point, likely.
     
  13. Mastershakes

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    He didn't have permission at all - only the word of a local cop (which means jack)

    Duane Chapman

    Just fine him and let him continue working legally as a bounty hunter in USA.

    Dog's own speculations:

    Don't know if I believe that, but anyways.... hearing is set for the 16th (This Thursday)
     
  14. madmatt

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    I thought I read he had permission, but you are right.

    Regardless, it is CRAP.
     
  15. Johnny

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    There is talk that the individuals family, who he caught, paid the Mexican government to go after him. With how corrupt the Mexican government is, I tend to believe that. Especially since the biggest part of the revenue down there is from drugs trafficking ..
     
  16. Mastershakes

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    Interesting idea, but I don't think it happened.

    Money doesn't buy everything, the rapist is in Cali serving 124 years.
     
  17. madmatt

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    Total and utter crap!

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17184294
     
  18. Johnny

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    Total crap. He will get nothing but unfair trials and convictions. Mexico is a bogus country ...
     
  19. tdinc

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    Unbelievable!!! the system sucks....
     
  20. falconguard

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    hmmmm so as long as he remains out of jail and does ot visit Mexico he remians a fugitive from their justice system. Am I missing something? inorder for him to be extradited he would have to violate the laws over here, and than they would go through the formal extradition.