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Old October 22nd 09, 05:54 AM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,alt.seduction.fast,misc.legal,alt.hypnosis
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A accuses B of a crime in an internet posting.

The cops can actually visit *B* to investigate A's claim against B.
Investigating B is possible, but without suspicion (that requires
talking to A first),, it would be easier to just ask A to make the
same statements directly to law enforcement, under oath, of course.
Since A claims to want to protect the public interest, this is an
implied waiver of many rights, including the right to privacy that B
never surrendered.

Now, if, in the course of investigating A's claims about B, OTHER
crimes committed by A were discovered, well, that would be in the
course of an investigation that A initiated himself (or herself), by
claiming to be out to protec the public, and by accusing B of a crime,
thus giving the police grounds to take a formal statement. This also
affords B the right to face his accuser, and to win a civil lawsuit,
using A's own sworn statements (or refusal to make them) as evidence.

A shortcut to achieving this would be to treat any criminal allegation
made against another over the internet as if it were a statement made
to law enforcement.

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RayGordon wrote:
A accuses B of a crime in an internet posting.


So how many hundreds of thousands have you made since the 27th of sep?

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Default Police can investigate internet criminal allegations

RayGordon wrote in news:87d0762d-4541-4799-8d5a-
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A accuses B of a crime in an internet posting.

The cops can actually visit *[A]* to investigate A's claim against B.
Investigating B is possible, but without suspicion (that requires
talking to A first),, it would be easier to just ask A to make the
same statements directly to law enforcement, under oath, of course.
Since A claims to want to protect the public interest, this is an
implied waiver of many rights, including the right to privacy that B
never surrendered.

Now, if, in the course of investigating A's claims about B, OTHER
crimes committed by A were discovered, well, that would be in the
course of an investigation that A initiated himself (or herself), by
claiming to be out to protec the public, and by accusing B of a crime,
thus giving the police grounds to take a formal statement. This also
affords B the right to face his accuser, and to win a civil lawsuit,
using A's own sworn statements (or refusal to make them) as evidence.

A shortcut to achieving this would be to treat any criminal allegation
made against another over the internet as if it were a statement made
to law enforcement.


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