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    Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    If you discovered a family member or a close friend had committed a crime, would you hand them over to the police ?

    Are there some crimes you'd turn a blind eye too ?

    And some, you'd turn them in straight away for, such as murder or rape ?
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    It depends so much on what they did.

    Most things--- no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    It depends so much on what they did.

    Most things--- no.
    I'd probably tell if it was murder or rape, anything else, i don't think so.
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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    In most cases...no...my loyalty runs really deep...

    For serious things...I would have a horrible struggle with my conscience and if anything I would try to get them to turn themself in before I did it.

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    NO, I'll blackmail them lol.

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    No...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swerve View Post
    No...

    What if you knew or suspected that the person was a serial killer ?
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    The answer was NO with a PERIOD!!!

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    depends on the crime and the circumstances.

    stuff like rape, murder, or assault and I wouldn't hesitate.

    drug possession, internet piracy, a minor fender-bender.... probably not, unless there were mitigating factors.

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    depends on what it is exactly. if it's something REALLY serious, then yeah, i'd talk. certainly wouldn't want to be around a serial killer or a rapist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastofeden View Post
    In most cases...no...my loyalty runs really deep...

    For serious things...I would have a horrible struggle with my conscience and if anything I would try to get them to turn themself in before I did it.
    Same for me. Even for the really serious stuff, it would come down to a question of do I believe what they did shows that they are a continuing danger to themselves or others, or if they need help.

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    I agree with the general consensus.
    Anything like GBH, assault, rape and murder and I'd be straight to the station.

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    It depends a) on the crime and b) on the relative
    Some of my relatives I would shop for parking offences!

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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Same for me. Even for the really serious stuff, it would come down to a question of do I believe what they did shows that they are a continuing danger to themselves or others, or if they need help.
    Yeah...that's it for me too. For instance...if someone I loved was raped and hunted down their rapist and killed them...I would most not turn them in but if I saw they were going to make a career out of it I would try to stop them or get them help.

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    I'm ashamed of all of those of you who would rather have a criminal in their midst then do the right thing and have a criminal pay for what they did. What about any potential victims? How would they feel knowing that you knew who perpetrated a crime against them and did nothing, approving of the criminal activity.
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    Only if Sting, Andy and Stewart had a good reason for wanting them.

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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    If it was for their best interest, ie. drug addicted, murderer, .... possibly. They might hate me forever but depending on the situation, it might be the best thing for them.

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    It would depend way too much on context. In the right context, I could hide a murderer. In the wrong one, I'd turn them in for shoplifting. I think the only one that wouldn't depend on context is rape. Then I might commit some crime on them myself first...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    What if you knew or suspected that the person was a serial killer ?
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    I would turn them in for murder, rape or some serious abuse. I would turn a blind eye to things like drugs or stealing cable or something like that lol.

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    It honestly depends. I would love to say that I would turn them in for very severe crimes but if I were put in the real situation, I may not. It's one of those things that only time would time.

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    Nope .
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    Yes. Blood is not thicker than water.

    But, I would not do so before counseling the relative to turn himself in.

    There may be possible exceptions for harm to the weak, as in domestic abuse, etc., and complete overlooking of stuff like expired tags or drivers license.

    In all cases, it would not be for compliance for the sake of compliance, but for the intrinsic value of public safety which is what most laws I'd enforce would be about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard-up1 View Post
    Yes. Blood is not thicker than water.

    But, I would not do so before counseling the relative to turn himself in.

    There may be possible exceptions for harm to the weak, as in domestic abuse, etc., and complete overlooking of stuff like expired tags or drivers license.

    In all cases, it would not be for compliance for the sake of compliance, but for the intrinsic value of public safety which is what most laws I'd enforce would be about.
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    I would but that is due to childhood trauma.

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    It would depend on the family member and the crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swerve View Post
    YOU are a HARD ASS, Hard-up!!!

    It is actually a fairly easy position to take. The criminals in my family are, like most, stupid enough that they get caught without any help from those of us with the narc gene.


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    I have met SO many Irish-Catholics who insist over and over that blood is thicker than water.…and that their family is more important than any police force.



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    In my mind...family does not equal "loved ones"...

    ......though my answer would most likely be the same...just for different reasons.

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    No. I'd try to convince them that they must turn themselves in. If they disagree, I'd turn away from them for good and they'd never see me again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastofeden View Post
    In my mind...family does not equal "loved ones"...

    ......though my answer would most likely be the same...just for different reasons.
    Agreed. I wasn't picturing "oh my cousin molested a kid." Of course I'd turn in a cousin. (I'm not very close with my cousins.)

    I'm picturing best friend comes to me in tears having killed someone. Turning right around and calling the police on them would seem a really cold thing to do, unless he was a continuing threat to people or was in severe need of mental help.

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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    For serious crimes, yes. Minor offences, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    Is there a reward ? $$$ talks.
    Now YOU are changing the whole DIMENSION of the TOPIC...

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    Odds are they're going to get caught anyway. May as well cash in before they're gone.



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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    Hmm.

    My immediate family would have do something really messed up. Murder/rape would do that, I think.

    Some of my other family, well... That changes things. Probably depends on their demeanor towards me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FPNY View Post
    I'm ashamed of all of those of you who would rather have a criminal in their midst then do the right thing and have a criminal pay for what they did. What about any potential victims? How would they feel knowing that you knew who perpetrated a crime against them and did nothing, approving of the criminal activity.
    Morality is a made up concept, unless you believe in the 'greater good' then there isn't really a *right* or a *wrong*. Which is the reason people from the Westboro Bapist Church can sleep at night, because they have different morals than most people.

    I doubt I'd turn my parents or siblings over to the law, but a spouse - I wouldn't hesitate for a moment (depending on how severe it is of course).

    I seem to end up in these types of conversations quite often, people often mistake my understanding of the differences of opinion for justifying the actions of 'bad' people.

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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    Yes. murder, rape, child abuse, or anything like that.

    basic theft I turn a blind eye too but if it was a home invasion then the person is fucked up.




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    I think people are saying too quickly they'd do it even for murder.

    Imagine your mom did it. Imagine she had reasons.

    You'd be the one to send her off to prison, possibly for the rest of her life, severing all relationship with her forever?

    I imagine that's harder than it is to say you'd do it.

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    I was going to say I agreed with this:
    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    depends on the crime and the circumstances.

    stuff like rape, murder, or assault and I wouldn't hesitate.

    drug possession, internet piracy, a minor fender-bender.... probably not, unless there were mitigating factors.

    but then I read this:
    Quote Originally Posted by LeicsDom View Post
    It depends a) on the crime and b) on the relative
    Some of my relatives I would shop for parking offences!
    Absolutely true!
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    I think people are saying too quickly they'd do it even for murder.

    Imagine your mom did it. Imagine she had reasons.

    You'd be the one to send her off to prison, possibly for the rest of her life, severing all relationship with her forever?

    I imagine that's harder than it is to say you'd do it.
    If my mom murdered someone, but there were extenuating circumstances, I'd still turn her in (if she didn't turn herself in first), but I'd also hire the best criminal defence attorney I could.

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    ^I think that "loved ones" in THIS thread is too often translated into family...

    WHAT IF it was your PARTNER...

    A REAL "loved one"...

    For something as SILLY as admitting that when he was in high school and an 18 YO senior slept with a 15 YO sophomore...

    Are you going to CALL THE COPS???

    Its just a SILLY proposition...

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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    It really depends on the situation. If something mild like thief, self-defence etc. I can turn a blind eye.

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    It depends if it involves another loved one. Then I'd have to choose sides. But for the most part, no, I would not turn them in.

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    For really serious crimes I'd turn them in if they didn't turn themselves in. I'd expected to get arrested for any criminal activity I did. I am not going to run to the Police right away but when it comes to murder/rape/abuse the potential of other victims and trauma they'd go through because of one of these outweighs my "loyalty."

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    Everyone always thinks of murder as being the worst crime you can commit, this thread shows it with all the 'only if they committed murder' views and it's the only crime in the US that gives the death penalty right?

    I'm going to get flamed for this I can see it coming... But honestly I don't think it's nearly as bad as a lot of other crimes that carry far more lenient sentences. Ofcourse it depends on the circumstances, but say you come home from work one day early to find your partner in bed with another guy... Well i'm not saying I would kill him, I honestly don't know what I would do, i'd probably be in shock and just stand there but I couldn't rule out the possibility.

    Child porn, child abuse or rape or what that woman did the other day having her 14 year old daughter raped by two men so she could film it. Well if that was my daughter then hell yes i'd kill them all.

    I would only turn a loved one in if their crime was something involving hurting kids, rape or extreme nasty stuff. If a boyfriend got in a bar fight and ended up killing someone I wouldn't sell them down the river.
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    Re: Would You Hand A Loved One Into The Police ?

    Sometimes, one of the worst things that can happen to a person is to get away with wrongdoing.
    In one sense, if the person has a conscience, they never really get away with it. It nags and maybe even
    haunts them for years. On the other hand, some people have no conscience and quickly learn if they got away with
    it once, they can do it again. They become serial criminals.

    I have to be honest, however, if it were my child, my protective instincts would kick in and it would not be so easy to
    take a clear cut stance as it might be with a brother who has been an asshole. While love might try to cover up some sin, it
    doesn't make it right. Knowing what is the right thing to do and doing it are two different things.
    Everyone wants to be heard. No one wants to listen.

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    The nature of the crime and the nature of the relative will dictate my decision.

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