Police Videos : Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

Just curious. Or more precisely, some of them.

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Re: Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

"but i do always want the criminals to escape"

"not that i'm saying i condone criminal behaviour, or anything"

You just did.

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Re: Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

Nah, never.

The criminals have the ACLU, most of the better Hollywood talent, Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson on their side. They don't need me.

Re: Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

No, but his narration makes me want to become a criminal. More specifically, a murderer, with he being my victim.

"Ehhh ehhh ehhh?"

Re: Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

I don't find the narrator annoying, i could deal with it.
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and if you're offering me Diamonds and rust…I've already payed….

Does he(the narrator) make you want to root for the suspects?

He sounds like Mr Garrison from South Park.
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