A friend of mine encountered a group of men at a shopping
A friend of mine encountered a group of men at a shopping and they were all watching him and of the said "FBI" when he go close. They did not pull out any credentials so he walked around them keeping a further distance away. As he passed them, one them yelled, "You should call sometime... cause your screwed." When he turned around the group dispersed in different directions.He went to his local police department and was told he had to go the department that has jurisdiction over the mall's location. When he did that he was told that since you was not actually threatened by the group further the incident was not a police matter and just a case of people being jerks. Does this response from the police seem normal? Could this be a case that they could investigate if they wanted to as harassment, disorderly conduct, etc as people going around telling others to call the police would simply create a situation of panic and confusion just as bad as calling in false 911 emergencies.Would this be a completely different situation if the group involved were really the FBI? Thanks for your opinion.
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In State, the question is: if you were hypothetically seeing
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In State, there is a city where people get rude treatment at
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