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  • I just really have a problem with how Chief Dan Mathews handled the man once they caught up to him

    • by Orrymain
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      Highway Patrol: Human Bomb has the California Highway Patrol trying to chase down a man who has turned his car into a moving bomb. Essentially it’s a case of a very unhappy man who wants revenge on the chemical plant where he was discharged from. This is certainly something we’re acquainted with

      today. Disgruntled employees have flipped out and taken their problems out on innocent people way too often, so this story is as relevant in our modern world as it was in the mid-fifties when it first aired on television.

      The big drama of the story was in having the CHP respond to this crisis ...


      • as a “Civil Defense Red Alert.” That gave them all kinds of special permissions. It also meant that they had to go over and above the normal call to duty to prevent massive destruction.

        I just really have a problem with how Chief Dan Mathews handled the man once they caught up to

        him. He literally strong arms, pulling him out of the car with one hand while keeping his other hand on the device to keep it from exploding. It’s not a believable scenario. It wasn’t a credible setup.

        So, it’s a modern show in old clothes, but it’s over the top in how it was resolved.




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