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There's a street here in DC, Georgetown near some of the embassy's where the rich kids go back and forth in their expensive cars with diplomatic plates, trying to get 10 feet of free space so they can burn some rubber. They usually can't find the room so they just rev their engines as they creep up the street.

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I call BS on diplomatic immunity. They have video and know who they are so they should go arrest them. Looks like the guy trashed the Ferrari engine and then scraped the crap out of it pulling into the driveway. Dipshits.

You mean it's not supposed to smoke like that? Lol

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Beverly Hills Police are "investigating" but can't cite them because they didn't see it. They need to park a cop car outside that house and make those idiots very uncomfortable. Where's Axel Foley when you need him?

But yet, they can make an arrest of someone who posts a Video on You-Tube of themselves going 130MPH on the Highway.

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The parties have diplomatic immunity (mentioned earlier in passing). The cops won't even bother citing or arresting them - why waste the time as it will be tossed. They should be reported to the state department though as if there is a history of transgressions they can be deported.

Supposedy that's what they are doing, reporting it to the State Department.

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The parties have diplomatic immunity (mentioned earlier in passing). The cops won't even bother citing or arresting them - why waste the time as it will be tossed. They should be reported to the state department though as if there is a history of transgressions they can be deported.

 

 

 

So diplomatic immunity allows them to break the law?

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So diplomatic immunity allows them to break the law?

 

Yes, to the degree that they can, literally, get away with murder. That was the reference to "I could kill you and get away with it". Some countries will prosecute the crime once the person returns to home territory. Others not.

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