Why Diplomats Can't be Arrested

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+1 1. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

So if a diplomat cannot be arrested, but he or she is thought to have committed a murder, how can they be arrested to stand trial to find out if they are guilty or not?

By the way, diplomats are not given any immunity whatsoever in my village, if you are a diplomat and you come to my village, you will be arrested and you will have your ass kicked during the arrest procedure. it's just the way it is, it's nothing personal....unless you are Russian of course then it is personal and you will get your ass well whipped and you can complain as much as you like it won't make no difference except that you will probably get your ass whipped again even harder this time for all that complaining and whining and stuff, if there is anything we hate in my village is a whining Russian diplomat, so look just don't come okay!!:S:x:squirrel:.................................
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0 2. sux2bu commented 2 years ago

Interesting commercial.
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-1 3. milsinanin commented 2 years ago

Interesting video to watch. All the facts told nicely.
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+2 4. bella1 commented 2 years ago

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