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Kain and Joe again abuse their 'privilege' NanoBob replied in General Chat & Information
Now surely if a PC Diploma police officer in a well known squad is arresting other police officers who have aquired 4 stars by mistake, that is not following the PC code.
Surely avoiding arrest is specifically when a criminal/civillian/group member (non-police group) avoids being arrested. Not cops who are being chased down by other cops. Thats common sense.
I understand your view, however in this circumstance it is clearly unjust the attempt arrest.
The fact that the FBI Leader is encouraging and applauding FBI members for breaking squad rules is shameful and disappointing. It just shows that FBI is really going down hill.
All of the above statements are false.
- You do not have to abide by PC rules when not spawned as PC.
- Avoiding arrest works exactly the same for both cops and criminals.
- Attempting to arrest someone who is wanted is perfectly just.
- The fact that the FBI leader doesn't give in to a rulebreaker's whining is perfectly fine.
Plus technically neither Kain nor Joe broke any squad or PC rules, as they didn't use their squad or PC spawn to arrest you. They used the adminpanel to arrest you after you broke the server rules.
But you are wrong Nanobob as they did attempt to arrest me while spawned as FBI. Are you blind to that or just arrogant?
If I attempt to kill someone is still attempted Murder not just 'oh well you did not murder them so we will let you off'..... use common sense
The leader of FBI clearly did applaude Joe and Kain for attempting to break FBI squad rules. Which is poor leadership and showing that FBI is lacking the correct disipline and gives certain members 'special treatment' as they think they are above the law.
Murder != attempted murder
But kidding aside, that's not poor leadership at all. In fact, I completely agree with his judgement.
So let me get this right nanobob. You agree with the leader of a level 4 squad who applaudes there members for purposefully and knowingly attempting to break their squad rule?
No, I applaud him for being lenient on the rules, using his senes as to where it is sensible to enforce, and where it would be pathetic to enforce them.