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Sometimes When You Try To Rob A Guy’s House, You’re Ragdolled By A 3 Ton Pickup Truck

 

I hate how our legal system isn’t perfect, case and point, I know that this guy is going to get in trouble some how because he shoved a moving vehicle up a guys asshole until their spine gave out probably, but this should 100% be legal. Like as long as the guy’s not dead its not manslaughter right? Maybe attempted vehicular manslaughter but frankly as long as these burglars can breathe and are alive, I don’t think smashing into them with a moving vehicle is beyond the scope of what’s fare. Like if you’re a criminal it should be pirate rules. You steal my loot, I’m allowed to attempt to run you over in my pick up truck. That’s the legal system I want. A judge in court might rule it as excessive. In my mind, its fair. Pirate rules.

p.s- this is some weird fancy house with a garage in the living room? And how about the motorcycle person who just casually parks their bike and drops their helmet off and runs up stairs to take a pee or something. Its 2017, pull out your cell phone when you see some one get bucked 5 feet across your garage from a pick up truck and an attempted robbery just happened in front of your face.

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Guy Arrested In New York For Impersonating a Doctor In His Basement

STATEN ISLAND , N.Y., Aug. 15 (UPI) -- A 43-year-old former flight attendant was arrested Friday on charges he pretended to be a medical doctor and psychologist, allegedly treating more than 100 patients from his basement apartment for the past three years. Donald Lee-Edwards, of New York, never graduated medical school or earned a doctoral degree to be licensed for either profession, Acting Richmond County District Attorney Daniel Master said. But he prescribed patients medications and took blood and urine samples, investigators said. "He merely bestowed upon himself the professional titles of clinical psychologist and medical doctor," Master said. "He is neither trained nor licensed to provide any mental health or medical services." Prosecutors said Lee-Edwards had been seeing patients since 2013, billing himself as having worked "extensively with family members and victims of 9/11," although it was unclear if he actually did. Lee-Edwards' attorney Matthew Blum said there is no evidence he ever harmed anyone. "They're alleging he was some sort of doctor who was operating on people," Blum said. "They're turning this guy into a monster. He was really just trying to help some people in his community." Investigators said Lee-Edwards came to the attention of law enforcement after a patient became suspicious of his unorthodox bedside manner, talking about other patients, bragging he graduated high school at age 13 and saying he attended law school.

STATEN ISLAND , N.Y., Aug. 15 (UPI) — A 43-year-old former flight attendant was arrested Friday on charges he pretended to be a medical doctor and psychologist, allegedly treating more than 100 patients from his basement apartment for the past three years.
Donald Lee-Edwards, of New York, never graduated medical school or earned a doctoral degree to be licensed for either profession, Acting Richmond County District Attorney Daniel Master said. But he prescribed patients medications and took blood and urine samples, investigators said.
“He merely bestowed upon himself the professional titles of clinical psychologist and medical doctor,” Master said. “He is neither trained nor licensed to provide any mental health or medical services.”
Prosecutors said Lee-Edwards had been seeing patients since 2013, billing himself as having worked “extensively with family members and victims of 9/11,” although it was unclear if he actually did.
Lee-Edwards’ attorney Matthew Blum said there is no evidence he ever harmed anyone.
“They’re alleging he was some sort of doctor who was operating on people,” Blum said. “They’re turning this guy into a monster. He was really just trying to help some people in his community.”
Investigators said Lee-Edwards came to the attention of law enforcement after a patient became suspicious of his unorthodox bedside manner, talking about other patients, bragging he graduated high school at age 13 and saying he attended law school.

Well bro looks like you were one humble brag too many and you got your self fucked. Only thing i know about psychology and being a doctor is you can’t talk about other patients. Everyone old enough to speak knows that i think. That shit happens in T.V shows all the time. Now personally depending on how much he’s charging, i wouldn’t be too pissed. I mean 90% of the time therapy sessions are letting people sit on the couch and tell about their feelings. Thats outrageous that people go pay to do that but they do and it helps. If people went to Donny here just to let out some stress and let the patients breathe then was it really that wrong? Besides, if people cant realize that no real professional psychologist has a practice in their basement with no secretary then thats kinda their fault. But if he could kinda treat people at a fraction of the cost then i can’t be too mad at this guy.

P.s- Bragging that you graduated high school at age 13 is such a loser move and saying you went to Law school instead of medical school doesn’t help your character of a doctor.