Licensed vigilante gets nabbed

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Devil_Dog, Sep 15, 2006.

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  1. bloke looks and behaves like a prize tool.
    but nabs scumbags
    although in this case the fbi were after him as well although dog could move faster
    124 years so eligable for parole when he's 80 harsh but fair :twisted:
  2. So what. He may well be a bounty hunter but if he has broken the law he needs to be brought to justice himself!
  3. yep, he's not knight rider.
  4. Him and his wife should have been jailed for life years ago for crimes against fashion! Mullets and leather went out in the 80's :twisted:
  5. and the song he sang was from the fall guy, ye haar

    Well, I'm not the kind to kiss and tell,
    But I've been seen with Farrah.
    I'm never seen with anything less than a nine, so fine.

    I've been on fire with Sally Field,
    Gone fast with a girl named Bo,
    But somehow they just don't end up as mine.

    It's a death defyin' life I lead,
    I take my chances.
    I die for a livin' in the movies and TV.
    But the hardest thing I ever do
    Is watch my leadin' ladies
    Kiss some other guy while I'm bandagin' my knee.

    I might fall from a tall building,
    I might roll a brand new car.
    'Cause I'm the unknown stuntman that made Redford such a star.

    I never spend much time in school
    But I taught ladies plenty.
    It's true I hire my body out for pay, Hey Hey.

    I've gotten burned over Cheryl Tiegs,
    Blown up for Raquel Welch.
    But when I end up in the hay it's only hay, Hey Hey.

    I might jump an open drawbridge,
    Or Tarzan from a vine.
    'Cause I'm the unknown stuntman that makes Eastwood look so fine
  6. What can we say? Bounty-hunting is illegal in Mexico.

    Besides, the show is atrocious.

  7. I don't so much like the show myself, but this is wrong. Sending him to jail for attempting to bring a sadistic serial rapist to justice is a travesty. Bounty hunting might be a legal rocky area, but the guy he brought in was pure evil
  8. Funny how the only time judges, police etc seem to take it personnaly is when people commit the unforgiveable crime of Taking the Law Into Their Own Hands.
    I'd just like to point out: If the system was worth a fcuk, we would'nt have vigilantes.
    Unfortunately, most people realise that the legal system is about as much good as a paper condom; the lawyers are whores, the judges are senile and the politicians would perform oral sex on Satan if there was votes in it(how do you think Blair got elected in the first place?)
    I'm surprised we have'nt seen vigilante groups organised on the lines of terrorist groups and slotting sex offenders, drug dealers etc. Christ knows, there re enough victims of crime and/or their relaties who have been let down by the system. And some of them will be ex-Military.