Only if the offender is a minor or the record gets sealed (sometimes happens in the case of a rape or sexual offender report to ensure the confidentiality of the victim). Police reports are generally public record.
Originally Posted by h_sh_m
If you are unsure, PM either me or "Samuel Browning" with the report and I or he will take a look at it and let you know what, if anything, you should redact out prior to posting it on the public forum.
The police report would be good. Just redact the arrestee's street address and phone number, and social security number. Other then that he's on his own. :)
When I was stationed at Pensacola, FL there was a guy that used to wear a baggy kung fu uniform with Air Force 1's and an LA ball cap. I've never wanted to choke someone out so baddy at that point in my life.
Originally Posted by colonelpong
Just touching base, the witness statement is with our owners (they have been getting a good laugh out of it) Police Report we still have not gotten but are supposed to according to the manager. Normally takes them a week or so to get us one. (not used to that end).
I was gone most of the weekend but looks like I missed some hilarity lol.
Dude Kung Fu bums must travel around like Cain in Kung Fu, because we got them down here in Florida too.
I remember stumbling out of bar on our strip and seeing a bum randomly practicing some sort of forms. Fortunately mama raised me with some manners, I only laughed half as hard as I wanted to.
He challenged my boy and I to a fight. Unfortunately I didn't feel the need to beat up a bum that night, we simply replied with a "No way dude, you would kick our ass" as we laughed our asses off. Some how it just felt funner to laugh lol.
ROFLMAO at any dude being caught in Tabis lol!
Thanks for the advice Samuel, I was just going to blank damn near everything but the description of events lol. My buddy said he would let me scan his witness statement too, apparently he replaced "ninja" with "ignorant racist" when referring to the ninja. So his should be funny too, especially since he was the one who started to deal with him.
I take it that this was not in Japan?
Originally Posted by Neildo
Toronto is a regular hotbed of nina activity!
My first encounter was a couple of years ago. I was in a local cafe near our club and there was a group of about 4 ninjas. They were wearing black button up shirts with sewn-on crests that made them look like paramedics. There was at least one woman and in general, they looked like a bunch of misfits. The leader was a older, small, skinny white guy with a shaved head and glasses. I didn't get to hear everything they were saying, but I did hear the woman say something to the effect of how she liked ninjitsu and while MA's like karate were great, you would end up crippled at age 40.
I was thinking I might invite them to our club to see what we do, but decided against it since they seemed a bit "disturbed". I didn't want to get in trouble for inviting crazy people in. My first thought was they were bit-players in a movie location shoot, since there is a lot of filming around here.
The second series of encounters was over a couple of months last year. There was this ninja-person (not sure if it was a he or a she) creeping around town. They wore all black with a tatty jacket and their head was shrouded so that I never got a clear look at their face. I saw that the ninja's face seemed to be scarred--like that Ukrainian politician who claimed to have been poisoned. The jacket was always worn, even on the hottest days.
The ninja would suddenly appear from between two buildings where I never knew there was an opening, then dart across the open space and into another alley or passage. I never saw the ninja sitting still--they were always moving. I made about a dozen sightings around the neighbourhood and one a couple of miles away.
The ninja sightings stopped as suddenly as they started. There are a lot of insane people around here, so I assume they were rehospitalized. Oh, and I do have corroborating witnesses in case you wonder about my sanity.
Aside from the local ninjas, I also spotted one at a Border's bookstore in Ann Arbor, MI. He seemed peaceful, if perhaps noticably vigilant and was enjoying a book.