Mike, you're to caught up in ranting and raving and trying to attack me that you didn't read what I said. I said a picture doesn't prove it's a drug. It's the tape (film Mike) that continues to run that catches other activities, like an armed robbery for example, that might be caught from survelliance. I'm sure you have experience in criminal matters Mike, don't doubt it at all.
I was in an intelligence unit in the Army, when I sold my mortgage company, I kinda retired and did absolutely nothing for about a year, just played. I got bored, I went to work for MJM Investigations, a national investigations firm. I ran survelliance and investigated insurance scams and fraud cases. I did this for the fun of it, not the money. They told me I would be working locally, like a 2 or 300 mile radius from my home. Well, not the case, they had me all over the country. You have no idea what I bumped into and I'm not going to waste any more bits of computer space on explaining anything to you about it.
Just one other thing, since you like to mention my "coaching". When you join BP you have to choose your specialty. I have done it ALL, there is NOTHING on the selections available that I have not done or accomplished, so it was a pick one thing.
I do assist others and I have mentored others for a long time, but not as a vocation, in other words, I don't charge people to assist them, generally. It's not a business for me! I'm not a guru wannabe with a book or tapes. So your continued reference to my coaching is fruitless and without merit, as most of your comments.
IMO, most people who carry guns are cowards, they can't handle themselves without one, that's why they carry them.
I have lots of guns, I don't need to carry them. A training course for conceal and carry won't teach a novice gun owner how to keep the gun, if I'm within six feet of them, chances are good they will lose their gun and if I were someone else, they could likely be shot with their own weapon, like most law enforcement officer shootings. It's a false sence of security and that's what's dangerous!
I'm not anti-gun, I'm anti-idiot with a gun.
Best advice is not be a cowboy, if someone is outside with a gun, stay inside and call the law! Having a gun, even after a 12 hour training course or what ever it is, is a joke to think that is sufficient training to get into a gun battle with someone. Having a camera inside a bag hidden from view with the lens pointed out the window at the subject is much safer.
As Peter mentioned, and I eluded to as well, get on the landlord, if the OPer is in fear for her life, keep the lanlord or the police on the phone. Fifty 911 calls will get results, if nothing else, the police will talk to the landlord.
Edited Jun 26 2010, 13:16