Suspect some one.

@suzzy3 (8351)
March 19, 2009 4:02pm CST
This has nothing related to me:I was just wondering how long it would take you to hand a family member over to the police if you suspected them of a crime,rape or something .A burglary in the area and your relative had to much money you kid or neighours kids would you dob them in or cover up for them,or just not notice.
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@dodo19 (40192)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
20 Mar 09
If it's something minor, I might let it pass, unless this family member did it a lot of times. If we're talking about something really serious, like rape or murder or something, I'd would call the police without a doubt. It would be difficult, don't get me wrong. But it's something that I'd have to do.
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@suzzy3 (8351)
20 Mar 09
With you on that one.Thanks for response.xx
@Pitgull (1522)
• United States
19 Mar 09
It depends on the "crime." If it was a rape, in a heart beat. My family needs to learn from their mistakes, my condoning them will not help. But there is a such thing as injustice.
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@suzzy3 (8351)
19 Mar 09
Yes I agree with you they have just let some man go who has served twenty seven years for a rape he did not commit now with DNA he could not have done the crime poor bloke.
@ANTIQUELADY (36468)
• United States
20 Mar 09
i hope i'm never put in that position. i don't have much family besides my children & i hope they behave themselves. it's hard to say what you'd do till something like that happens.
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@suzzy3 (8351)
20 Mar 09
It wood be a heartbreaking choice but from what I have gathered you are a strong woman and have passed it on to your kids.Thanks for response.xx
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@ANTIQUELADY (36468)
• United States
20 Mar 09
sometimes u don't have a choice.
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@suzzy3 (8351)
20 Mar 09
Too right.xxx
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@snowcat46 (2322)
• United States
20 Mar 09
I'd have a hard time noticing since I work so much. If I was sure a relative had committed rape, I'd turn him in in a second. I'd ask the relative if they'd stolen, if the answer wasn't as sure as I'd like, I'd call the police. My particular blood line has always felt that the world owed them and what they wanted to do was right. No matter how it might hurt someone else. I'd take great pleasure in turning them in, and have done so. The problem is, the cops like them so it didn't do any good. (That's been many years ago, and I've moved far, far away from them) This doesn't include my daughter, who wasn't raised that way. I'm proud of my kid! I don't have any contact with my blood line. Don't want to either!
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@suzzy3 (8351)
20 Mar 09
Goodness from the sound of them I don't blame you.Thanks for response.xx