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  • Ninja cops ftw

    Submitted by ImaSexAddict on Apr 28, 10 at 1:35pm
  • Posting strictly so no one can say they did it before anyone else

    Submitted by 69_Charger on Apr 28, 10 at 1:35pm
    • rofl. but in a way, you were still saying "first"\nAND i bet someone will say it anyway

      Submitted by RwarKittyMeow on Apr 28, 10 at 1:36pm
  • Yikes. What school do we think this is?

    Submitted by polomarco on Apr 28, 10 at 11:55pm
  • bad boys bad boys....literally

    Submitted by masta1080 on Apr 28, 10 at 3:30pm
  • ACTUALLY under the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984, only purchasing alcohol and possessing alcohol in public by persons under 21 is illegal by most states. In Texas, consumption of alcohol by persons under 21 in a private residence is not illegal. So those cops f'ed up. Unless you were on campus property.

    Submitted by ALSteele on Apr 28, 10 at 3:39pm
    • consuming is possessing way to go Johnny Cochran

      Submitted by sequioa on Apr 28, 10 at 6:39pm
      • He said in public, moron. Way to read.

        Submitted by Caryla on Apr 29, 10 at 12:23am
        • A college campus is by all technicality public property. This includes dorms. It's how they're able to swing such things as smoking bans.

          Submitted by geegollyitsjosh on Apr 29, 10 at 6:49am
  • Sounds like the cops at my school.. only instead they shot the kid.

    Submitted by RwarKittyMeow on Apr 28, 10 at 1:37pm
  • Note to self lock windows!

    Submitted by uhateme on Apr 28, 10 at 3:48pm
  • First just for rwarkittymeow

    Submitted by jules4 on Apr 28, 10 at 11:04pm
  • also if the cops can see something illegal going on in plain site, as in through a window, they can enter with out a warrant, if they suspect something illegal they cant jus barge in.

    Submitted by vinogirl on Apr 28, 10 at 6:06pm
  • Ninja cops ftwwww !

    Submitted by ingyxo on Apr 28, 10 at 11:24pm
  • is that even legal?

    Submitted by fresh on Apr 28, 10 at 2:01pm
  • Could you shoot the cop dead for unlawful entry and get away with it?

    Submitted by cfreymarc on Apr 28, 10 at 10:34pm
  • Probably Texas Tech, home of the Raider Rash.

    Submitted by whoaaitsmacy on Apr 30, 10 at 2:33am
  • HAHA! ...shiiiinggg *** <---Ninja stars

    Submitted by M3GATR0N on Apr 30, 10 at 2:59am
  • What college was this at?

    Submitted by empotter7 on Apr 28, 10 at 2:51pm
  • To legalizeme...as a matter of fact campus cops can enter without permission since they are on school property...the same way they can enter dorm rooms\n\nFurthmore, cops can enter a residence if they have the probable cause (such as underage drinking). Way to know ur rights...

    Submitted by Splyt on Apr 28, 10 at 2:47pm
    • under age drinking is not probable cause. SIGNS of underage drinking would be probable cause.

      Submitted by Minnesoootan on Apr 28, 10 at 7:42pm
    • That's why I go to Rice University. The campus cops aren't actually allowed to enter a closed room. I've had them bang on the door with tons of underage people drinking inside. As long as you don't answer the door, you're safe!

      Submitted by pkcentral on Apr 28, 10 at 9:24pm
    • At mit, the cops walk past us playing beerpong

      Submitted by Favidavid on Apr 28, 10 at 10:53pm
    • Hey FYI campus police are NOT allowed to enter a dorm room that has a closed door. They need a little thing called a warrant for that. Even a real police officer need a warrant to enter the premises and no underage drinking is not probable cause.

      Submitted by hitch223 on Apr 29, 10 at 12:40am
      • Campus cop weighing in, yeah we do read this stuff; Mr. Junior lawyer here is all ass-backwards on this: nearly every university has clauses in their housing agreements that allow security officers to enter a students room for pretty much any reason at all, with minimal notice. Now, we can suffer disciplinary action on the backside if it was a sketchy call, but that isn't likely to save your butt the-night-of. There are universities that don't roll like that, not so many, though

        Submitted by RURocko on Apr 29, 10 at 5:08am
  • Nice lie or you don't understand your rights. Cops can't enter your property without permission. If this really happened get a lawyer and bankrupt the school.

    Submitted by LegalizeMe on Apr 28, 10 at 2:25pm
    • Most dorms are considered school property and not your property.

      Submitted by Jonjoloe on Apr 28, 10 at 2:53pm
  • Sounds like something that happened at Utah state. I feel those arrested, but get a lawyer and fight it. I did. And I won.

    Submitted by Pud1899 on Apr 28, 10 at 5:08pm
  • Campus cops have jurisdiction off campus in a one-mile radius at my school, which is why I specified.

    Submitted by ALSteele on Apr 28, 10 at 3:40pm
  • Just to make RawrKittyMeow happy.... FIRST!

    Submitted by Soviet_Russia on Apr 28, 10 at 1:39pm
  • Honestly.. If you think this is illegal you are a dumb fuck.

    Submitted by velosite on Apr 28, 10 at 3:35pm
  • dorm rooms are school and/or public property and not your own. therefore, the campus police have every right to enter your room for any reason they deem necessary without a warrent. ppl are so stupid nowadays..

    Submitted by tcountygirl on Apr 29, 10 at 8:57am
  • Awesome!!!!!! I'd like to have my own ninja cops

    Submitted by texasjalapeno on Apr 28, 10 at 9:54pm
  • Moral of the story: Assume everyone is a ninja

    Submitted by Clay180 on Apr 29, 10 at 4:14pm
  • What school?

    Submitted by momottu on Apr 28, 10 at 2:18pm
  • rough night, but that's f'n brilliant! hilarious

    Submitted by telegirl on Apr 28, 10 at 1:50pm