Deport Justin Bieber and revoke his green card.


B00Mer
#1


We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture. We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked. He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nations youth. We the people would like to remove Justin Bieber from our society.

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...-card/ST1yqHJL

White House to Address Petition to Deport Justin Bieber

If Obama had a son, he would be just like Justin Bieber..

 
lone wolf
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...at least he dressed to meet the Prez...
 
B00Mer
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

...at least he dressed to meet the Prez...

I don't think is as much about his delinquency or bad behaviour, he dissed the USA by saying he would rather raise his kids in Canada..

That's enough of a reason to create a petition... LOL

Justin Bieber Wants To Raise Kids In Canada - YouTube



Sorta reminds me of the FaceBook CEO giving up his US citizenship to move and live in Singapore.. "What do you mean the USA is not the best nation in the world.. how dare you.."
 
grumpydigger
+2
#4
He is merely following a long line of alcoholic drug addicted rock and country stars.

Hank Williams, George Jones, Johnny Cash, who are now idolized .were extreme screw ups. And when it comes to rock stars it's almost a prerequisite.

He makes far too much money for big United States corporations to ever be deported

Elvis had the do-gooders, pulling their hair out simply by the way he gyrated his hips.

Shock value equals fame and fortune in the entertainment business.

Leave the boy alone he'll either straighten out, or will find him in a hotel room with a needle jammed in his arm.
Last edited by grumpydigger; Feb 3rd, 2014 at 12:43 PM..
 
captain morgan
+1
#5
We'll trade you Bieber and Celine Dion for a bag of hockey pucks and a fifth of bourbon (premium)
 
B00Mer
#6
The Miami Police are under investigation.. he won't be deported. But the hype from the media is hysterical ..

Justin Bieber's Miami Arrest Has An Officer Under Investigation! How One Picture Turned A Good Cop Into A Bad Belieber! | PerezHilton.com
 
karrie
+2
#7
I find it an appalling testament to the intelligence and focus of the American people, that this petition came about and found such fame and focus.

When someone is committing crimes, and getting away with it due to their affluence, shouldn't the FIRST thing people demand be that the legal system treat everyone fairly? Where are the petitions demanding he be held to account?

Instead, it's a thinly veiled popularity contest with no chance of being taken seriously, due to the sheer revenue the government can count on from millionaires like Beiber.
 
B00Mer
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

I find it an appalling testament to the intelligence and focus of the American people, that this petition came about and found such fame and focus.

When someone is committing crimes, and getting away with it due to their affluence, shouldn't the FIRST thing people demand be that the legal system treat everyone fairly? Where are the petitions demanding he be held to account?

Instead, it's a thinly veiled popularity contest with no chance of being taken seriously, due to the sheer revenue the government can count on from millionaires like Beiber.



The Miami Dade Police case is falling apart.. Beiber was not behind the wheel of the car, he was not drag racing and he was not under arrest and it was an unlawful stop..

But yes, justice should be equal, but never will be.. just look at O.J. if you can afford the Dream Team.
 
lone wolf
#9
What is an unlawful stop?
 
B00Mer
#10
Stopping a person without just cause... (in the USA)

They can't just pull you over and harass you for no reason.. there has to be a reason an officer pulls you over.. speeding, tail light out...
 
lone wolf
#11
Licence is permission from the state - which gives the state the authority to check
 
B00Mer
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

Licence is permission from the state - which gives the state the authority to check

In order for a police officer to pull you over on suspicion of DUI, they must first have probable cause to do so. If an unlawful police stop lead to your DUI arrest, you may have the ability to fight your charges in court.

An unlawful police stop refers to when a police officer pulls a driver over without probable cause to do so. What is probable cause? Probable cause refers to indications that would lead a reasonably intelligent person to believe that an accused person has committed a crime. Therefore, before a person can be pulled over on suspicion for DUI, the police officer must have probable reason to pull them over in the first place.

This standard is used in criminal law and in DUI arrests. Unfortunately, sometimes a police officer will pull a driver over on a hunch that he or she was drunk driving without having any reason to do so. Police officers cannot legally pull people over at random or cherry- pick them just because they were driving late at night.

It is not uncommon for a police officer to park outside of a bar or nightclub and wait until closing time. Waiting for drunk drivers to come along is especially common on holidays, weekends, late at night, or nearby popular bars or nightclubs. In order for the police officer to pull you over on suspicion of DUI, they must have first observed behavior that was indicative of drunk driving behavior. Such behavior would include: breaking erratically, speeding, swerving, driving without headlights on in the dark, ignoring a stop sign or traffic light, driving too slow or any other traffic violation.

These types of behaviors would provide the police officer with “reasonable cause" to pull you over. But what if you weren’t demonstrating any of the above behaviors? If the police officer “cherry- picked" you or pulled you over at random, then they violated your constitutional rights. A skilled criminal defense attorney may be able to demonstrate that you were pulled over without probable cause, if they are successful, your case may be dismissed or your charges dropped. Your lawyer will have to prove that the traffic stop was unreasonable, and in violation of prevailing statutes and case law.

If you were arrested for drunk driving and you feel that the stop was unconstitutional, and if it can be proved that the police officer stopped you without probable cause, this can be used as a DUI defense to fight your charges. If your attorney can prove that the stop was unjustifiable and that there wasn’t a sufficient reason to pull you over, then any evidence against you cannot be allowed in court. Your rights are extremely important and deserve to be protected, especially if you were a victim of an unlawful police stop. So please, contact a DUI defense attorney before it is too late and your driving privileges are suspended.

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source: What Is An Unlawful Police Stop? - Avvo.com
 
lone wolf
+1
#13
All the cop has to say is he thought he saw hanging equipment or an unlit light - and his/her partner will swear to it.
 
B00Mer
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

All the cop has to say is he thought he saw hanging equipment or an unlit light - and his/her partner will swear to it.

Yeah... O.K.

Florida cop investigated for misconduct in Justin Bieber arrest

Most police ride solo these days.. at least where I live..



But don't worry, when his buddies show up they will take turns kicking the **** out of you..
 
lone wolf
#15
He wasn't stopped where you live, was he?
 
damngrumpy
+1
#16
Good grief, there is a long list of misbehaving actors, musicians and even politicians
that go to another country and behave in a less than stellar fashion and we don't see
them being deported. Keith Richard comes to mind top of the list. Here is a kid with
no discipline and too much money behaving like a kid with no discipline and too much
money. Should he be given some justice to straighten him out YES should he be
deported? no. Conrad Black destroyed more investors lives that this kid ever did and
he got more favorable treatment. No I am not defending him or his bad behavior I am
saying punish him in a constructive manner and get on with it Ms Spears straightened
out as did Paris Hilton they all had the same problem. Beiber is no different he's an
idiot but that is it.
 
B00Mer
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

He wasn't stopped where you live, was he?

No suburbia Dade County.. I doubt officers ride double there.. probably a gated community too..

At least when I deliver there each month, I rarely see two officers per car..

Adam 12 is Hollywood lone wolf, Cities have financial responsibilities and can't afford 2 offers per car anymore..
 
lone wolf
#18
We had someone else who knew everyone, done everything and been everywhere. Please excuse me for doubting you.
 
B00Mer
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

We had someone else who knew everyone, done everything and been everywhere. Please excuse me for doubting you.

No.. not claiming that.. however, as far as been everywhere in the USA.. just about..

I'm a truck driver, and run 48 states.. currently in Phoenix, Arizona (62F & overcast) picking up a load for Atlanta, Georgia tomorrow... just say'in.

I live in Texas, I travel the country.. where do you live lone wolf??



MY rig

 
lone wolf
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post


I live in Texas, I travel the country.. where do you live lone wolf??

At home.... What's it to you?

You never did tell us how bad the pussies on ice were when you were "just leaving" for Atlanta 4 days ago....
 
B00Mer
+1
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

At home.... What's it to you?

O.K. so you live in Canada, not the USA and know little to nothing about law enforcement in the USA other than what Hollywood feeds you via the CRTC.

Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

You never did tell us how bad the pussies on ice were when you were "just leaving" for Atlanta 4 days ago....

Actually that was on the 28th of Jan, when I was here in Phoenix picking up a load for Atlanta.. (my log book does not lie)

When I arrived in Atlanta, there was plenty of cars and trucks in the ditch, but most cleaned up. There was still bad areas on I20 that took 1 hr for 10 miles of road because of ice in a construction zone.

The warehouse was 3 days behind I had a 6 hour wait to be unloaded.. slept and wrapped it into my 10hr off duty so I could get out of there..

I had a worse time driving to Phoenix between Weatherford, TX and Odessa, TX on I20 Feb 2nd.. the big rigs were trying to be safe.. they all slowed down to 45MPH, just left 100 feet between them..

I passed them and tried to stay in the lead.. I'd rather they hit me in the rear, than I hitting them in the rear..
 
L Gilbert
+1
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post



We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture. We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked. He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nations youth. We the people would like to remove Justin Bieber from our society.

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...-card/ST1yqHJL

White House to Address Petition to Deport Justin Bieber

If Obama had a son, he would be just like Justin Bieber..

Waaahh.
He pays taxes in the USA. Gov'ts like taxes.
Besides, why turf Bieble when there are folks like Michael David Elliot running around loose?
 

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