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Nowhere Man
05-22-2007, 19:37
A motorcycle officer stops a man for running a red light. The
guy is a real jerk and comes running back to the motor officer.

The violator demands to know why he is being harassed by the
Gestapo! So the officer calmly tells him of the red light violation.
The "Motorist" instantly goes on a tirade, questioning the officer's
ancestry, sexual orientation, etc., in rather explicit terms. The
officer, being a professional, takes it all in stride, figuring
"Battleship Mouth and Rowboat Ass."

The tirade goes on without the cop saying anything. When he
gets done with writing the citation, he puts an "AH" in the lower right
corner of the narrative portion of the citation. He then hands it to
the "Violator" for his signature. The guy signs the citation angrily,
tearing the paper, and when presented his copy points to the "AH" and
demands to know what it stands for. The officer then removes his mirror
sunglasses, gets i n the middle of the guys face and says, "That's so
when we go to court, I'll remember you're an *******!"

Three months later they are in court. The "Violator" has such a
bad record he is about to lose his license and has hired an attorney to
represent him.

On the stand the officer testifies to seeing the man run the red
light. Under cross examination the defense attorney asks; "Officer, is
this a reasonable facsimile of the citation you issued my client?"

Officer responds, "Yes sir. This is the defendants copy, his
signature and mine, same number at the top."

Attorney: "Officer , is there any particular marking or
notation on this citation you don't normally make?"

Officer: "Yes sir, in the lower right corner of the narrative
there is an "AH"... underlined."

Attorney: "What does the AH stand for, officer?"

Officer: "Aggressive and Hostile Sir".

Attorney: "Aggressive and hostile?"

Officer: "Ye s Sir."

Attorney: "Officer . . . . Are you sure it doesn't stand for

Officer: "Well Sir, obviously, you know your client better than
I do!"