WOW, poncho70 cool sign in name, are you a police officer? Take the stick out and see the logic in this, you obviously have a grudge on steve, what you didn't like his smear in your mouth so now you had to spend the last week of your life following this post trying to back your words up, your pathetic and have way to much time on your hands, ALSO if the cop was in the right he wouldn't have left, you think of that poncho?....and for the record learn your facts before you want to talk bad about someone personally, Steves from Jersey not New York, hence the name "(GARDEN STATE) BAGELS" You took it way to far "poncho" go smoke something a chill out hater. THANKS STEVEN FOR HAVING A PAIR!!!!
I have fought just about every moving violation/infraction ticket I have ever received, starting when I was 16. I have done probably over 50 contested traffic trials, including 5 in a 10 month period back in 88, and if you preprare your case good and effectively cross examine the cop you have adecent chance of winning.......
And we think your are stupid poncho70! Btw, is 70 your IQ?
Steve has come into my store and talked to myself I see him all over Encinitas, he is a brilliant man who is just passionate about protecting his community from bull shit.
The cop rode away and went to the nearest doughnut shop.
Hooray for Steve Amster!
I really don't care about whether the deputy was there "generating revenue" or saving hordes of children from reckless speeding drivers. Law enforcement needs far more respect for individual liberty and private property. If you want to invite the PD to sit on your property and stick it to people, go right ahead. Mr. Amster did not want them on his property and has every right in the world to tell them to get off of it.
We need more Steve Amsters.
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