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  • pullthehook150
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    Interesting, thanks

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  • GeorgeWendtCFI
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    No. That argument wouldn't hold water in court. The chances that evidence pertinent to someone's medical treatment is on that camera would probably notoutweigh the person's expectation of privacy. Besides, the only way that you would know would be to look at it yourselves prior to transport. And the courts would most likely hold that the fire department were agents of the state.

    It is far more common for you to come into contact with this type of situation post-MVA. Kids today take great pleasure in videotaping their criminal escapades. I have a video of a group of ten kids who set fire to a garage and threatened to kill a witness. They video'd the whole thing. They are motivated by shows like Jack ***.

    I didn't mean to hijack the thread, Ijust saw an opportunity to enlighten people and avoid a possible probelem for someone later on.

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  • pullthehook150
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    George just curious, if on scene a videocamera was found wouldnt you want that to go to the hospitol so the doctors could have a little more insight as far as exposure time and nature of the burns? If that was the case would they need a warrant as well?

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  • GeorgeWendtCFI
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    A video camera was found at the mall and was being kept as
    evidence. The videotape was being withheld from the public and
    media.
    Great story.

    Just a learning opportunity here. If you find a video camera at a scene like this, it IS evidence. It must be treated as such. The tape cannot be viewed without a search warrant. Even by FF.

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  • NJFFSA16
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    For every stunt...there are 2 idiots

    ORANGE PARK, Fla. (AP) - Two teenage boys face arson charges
    after a bizarre fiery stunt on the roof of a shopping mall.
    According to the Clay County Sheriff's Office, the youths, ages
    15 and 16, planned for the older boy to be doused in lighter fluid
    and set on fire, while the other youth captured the stunt on
    videotape.
    Once the youth's clothes were on fire, he panicked, scorching
    his hands as he removed his burning clothes, said Mary Justino, a
    spokeswoman for the Sheriff's Office.
    The incident occurred about 7 p.m. Sunday, about an hour after
    the Orange Park Mall closed for business. One of the youths was
    apprehended by security guards and the other was found hiding on
    the mall's roof.
    The burning clothing caused minor damage to the mall's roof and
    was extinguished by a security guard, Justino said.
    The 15-year-old youth was taken to the Duval County Juvenile
    Detention Center on charges of arson, arson with injury, and
    burglary of an occupied building.
    The 16-year-old was treated at Orange Park Medical Center and
    was released to his parents. He faces similar charges but has not
    been arrested because of his injuries. The names of the youths were
    not released because of their ages.
    A video camera was found at the mall and was being kept as
    evidence. The videotape was being withheld from the public and
    media.

    (Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  • EoneTiller
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    QUIGGER that is the one I’m talking about when I mentioned there was another kid who did this. He sprayed his handsd in bug spray and lit it when his clothes caught fire and he was burning for a few seconds before he jump in the pool. His friends were laughing the whole time. They said " we thought he was acting so we just kept laughing. They also showed the kid getting treatment at the hospital. Also, jackass wasn’t disbanded from MTV, because it is still on. Does any remember the Tom Green show?? And if you do, do you remember why he was kicked off the air?? Anyway, he is coming back with a new show.


    Case 4: April, The Human Idiot
    A twelve-year-old boy named Thomas Hitz was inspired by Jackass to cover his hand in bug spray, light it on fire, and try to put it out on his chest. He burned the hell out of himself, which as you might know, is what usually happens when you light yourself on fire.



    Jackass boy lights himself on fire.


    As they say here on this NJ radio station 94.5 the hawk on the free beer and hot wings show when they do the daily idiot! MAN THATS SOME KIND OF DUMBASS!!!
    Last edited by EoneTiller; 06-27-2003, 09:30 PM.

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  • Quigger
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    Right before Jackass was disbanned on something like 60 min. or some show like that they had a kid who lit him self on fire trying to do what the guys of Jackass did. the parnets where saying how they couldnt control what their kid watched at 10pm on a SCHOOL night
    (kid had a tv in his room I think). The kid didn't act alone he had about 3 or 4 other friends with him and they taped the stunt too. They also showed the kid getting burn treatment. Anyone esle kind of remember this?

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  • EoneTiller
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    Originally posted by dfdex1
    Hmmmm well I guess these kids that light themselves on fire qaulify as "burnouts" now. I hope they dont hold the show responsible,kids fault not the shows.

    actually i think these kids are "burned up". thats what i dont understand if mtv & jackass have the warning do not attempt any of the following stunts, then is it possible for people to sue. in this day and age i wouldnt be surprised if they sued mtv and got some money from them.

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  • dfdex1
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    Originally posted by EoneTiller


    Ok dex I have seen the movie and seen the show and I can tell you I am not a burnout. Another thing that a while ago another kid lit himself on fire and burned a significantly amount on his body
    Hmmmm well I guess these kids that light themselves on fire qaulify as "burnouts" now.
    I hope they dont hold the show responsible,kids fault not the shows.

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  • EoneTiller
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    Originally posted by dfdex1
    network that burnout’s watch!

    "I'd rather burn out than fade away"-laslo on Vrock from GTA: Vice City!

    Ok dex I have seen the movie and seen the show and I can tell you I am not a burnout. Another thing that a while ago another kid lit himself on fire and burned a significantly amount on his body

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  • nmfire
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    This is not the fault of the kid (not very bright, but he IS only 10). It is not the fault of the TV Show. This is 110% the fault of the parents (or most likely a lack there of). A 10 year old should know better than to do that and knowing better is what you learn from your parents. And top top it off, like someone else said... why the hell was their lighter fluid out for a 10yr old to play with?

    THIS PLANET IS DOOMED!!

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  • Airborne
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    This is 100% the parents fault. No doubt that they will try and may be successful in suing Jack***, but in the end it is not the shows fault.

    We have a 10 year old that obviously is not mature enough to be watching this type of show, I doubt that the kid should even being watching the Road Runner or Tom and Jerry for that matter. But the parents rather then looking at themselves will no doubt blame a show that they should never have let there kids watch in the first place.

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  • Quigger
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    How many more morons are out there! Ive seen the show and the movie of jackass. When he lit him self on fire he was wearing protective gear and lots of it but it looks like this kid over looked that fact. lack of common sense on kids folks and the kid.

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  • mdoddsjffhnfc
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    just listen for the parents trying to file suit against the show for giving him the idea. They have the disclaimer and the kid was stupid enough to mess with something as deadly as fire. I bet ya if that kid got a brain scan it would come back an empty picture.

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  • pwc606
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    Sounds to me like Mom and Dad need a smack in the mouth for letting this kid watch such a bunch of crap in the first place. Who in their right mind would let a ten year old watch Jackass?! And where was the parental supervision when this was going on? I hold the parents responsible not the show or the "stars" of Jackass. Common sense must also come into play on the kids part as well.


    Just my view from my corner.


    Matt

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