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“A man arrested just before Christmas for allegedly pulling out his gun at a restaurant because he didn’t like the bill is a Special Agent for the U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Division.” Yes, well Curtiss Davis’s remedy for allegedly over-priced papusas wasn’t his only offense. “According to police, on Dec. 22nd, Davis allegedly exposed himself to a 21-year-old employee and asked her to perform a sex act.” After an investigation, the one-time member of the SecDef’s security detail has now been charged with abduction, extortion, exposure and attempted forcible sodomy. Maybe next time he isn’t happy with his bill, he’ll just omit the tip. So to speak.

[h/t FirearmConcierge]

57 Responses to Irresponsible Gun Owner of the Day: Curtiss Davis

    • Everybody is missing the main point.


      I love those things (maybe not quite as much as a tamale)

      One of my favorite “Taco Trucks” is run by Salvadorans. They sell these yummy treats along side Taco Truck classics like Tortas, Sopitos, Huaraches and Tacos de la lingua.

      Now, I want a midmorning snack.

    • My niece’s husband is an E8 with a CID unit. He would beat the crap out of anyone in his unit pulled something like that. But he would be more clandestine. Like taking him to the gym, setting up 400# barbell on the bench and saying come, try this, I’ll spot you. Oops slipped.

      [CID featured in a movie? The General’s Daughter.]

  1. Man, those background checks and screening procedures for people that are going to serve on the protection details of high ranking officials is amazing. They managed to completely miss a complete nutter. You see, background checks only work on the things you did in the past. They know nothing of who you are or what you might or will do. Just what you’ve done that everyone else already knows about.

    • This is CID, basically one step above the MPs. Army’s version of NCIS. (The actual agency, not the meh TV show.) These guys are no more vetted than any other thug with a badge.

      • I’ve gone through the vetting process to be a thug with a badge. It’s pretty intense as BGC’s go. Thankfully I didn’t become a thug with a badge. Pay is too low. Nonetheless, the point is BGC’s don’t stop jack squat. They only detect prior behavior and as such cannot be used to predict or determine future behavior which is a capability people seem to be magically imbuing them with lately. How many complete pieces of garbage have you ever come across that don’t have felony records? Most of them? BGC’s are almost worthless and that message needs to be hammered at clearly.

        • While I agree on the worthlessness of background checks for firearms purchases, the fact is most people arrested for felonies have previous records of being arrested for felonies.

          Past behavior is generally a damned good predictor of future behavior.

          If you don’t believe that, then there are a lot of convicted felons who would love to date your daughter.

        • I do not know about CID, but back in my day, USAF OSI required a full TS clearance with all the bells and whistles. This means the FBI talks to your neighbors, friends, and family. They even open up juvenile records sealed by the courts. If there is anything in your past, it is exposed.

        • “Past behavior is generally a damned good predictor of future behavior.”

          There’s always a first time.

          Or, a first time getting caught.

          Or, a first time getting caught and having it recorded somewhere that will show up in a BGC.

          You can’t be so naive as to think a criminal history check is any kind of real vetting, just because he “looks clean,” can you? Well, it certainly depends on the depth of the investigation, doesn’t it?

          That’s the dude’s entire point. Some BGC’s can only reveal past behavior, and only a subset of that as well.

          There are some that are “symbolic” and others that are more intrusive than an enema. I’ve had the latter for a TS clearance back in the 80’s, and it was more of an in depth examination of my character than simply revealing if I had a formal criminal history. They interviewed my 5th grade teacher, for example.

      • They should have their own TV show, CID-SUV,the first episode could be about government assholes actin a fool in a restaurant.

  2. Sounds like a Gestapo agent in nazi Germany.I wonder if someone explained to this clown that the civilian world isn’t the military.I would have laughed in his face and told him to suck my dick.

    • Dollars to doughnuts this clown was never actually in the Army. Quite a few of these “special” agents come from local police forces.

  3. And yet this government continues to blame the gun for the behavior of the indecent lowlifes it continues to hire. It couldn’t possibly be anything else.

  4. You know, he had special training, which made him better than the average citizen. We can only trust highly trained government employees to carry guns. And we have no need to fear tyranny, because government agents with guns will never illegally intimidate us or force us to do things against our will. This is America, things like that don’t happen here.

  5. Under the Urkel junta, it’s now routine for Federal employees (IRS, VA, BATFE, etc.) to treat U.S. citizens the way the Germans treated Poles and Jews in Eastern Europe.

    There’s literally NOTHING a Fed can do to a citizen these days that will get him fired.

  6. Not to excuse it in any way, and also if this was the case he shouldn’t have been carrying a firearm, but I kind of want to hope (for his sake?) that this guy was at least really drunk or something. I don’t see anything reflecting that in the charges listed or article(s) though, but who knows. Once again just to be crystal clear, if he was intoxicated he’s still every bit as responsible for his behavior as if he were not. It’s just kind of mystifying to me how anyone can behave that stupidly without at least being under the influence of something. Also, if he was not intoxicated and he’s really just always that stupid it kind of makes me wonder how the hell he got as far along in life as he has without already being incarcerated or killed thanks to his amazing decision making skills.

  7. For all we know he pissed off someone at the restaurant and they decided to SWAT him. His “criminal” history consists of two speeding tickets including 80 in a 55 (what a thug)

    • More with apologist thinking.

      Well…perhaps you missed this:

      After an investigation, the one-time member of the SecDef’s security detail has now been charged with abduction, extortion, exposure and attempted forcible sodomy. “

      Seem reasonable that “after an investigation” and being actually charged after said investigation that this is, and I’m just spit-balling here, more than a SWATting?

      At you are consistent.

  8. typical USG employee. Nothing new. Guys like this are going to be armed with full auto weapons protecting “us” if there is any problems…. better hide your daughters,sisters and livestock.

  9. Maybe instead of government taking away guns from its citizens, citizens should be thinking more carefully on whether or not government should be allowed to have guns!

  10. The left has a special love for the corrupt black police. They have always been a good pawn for the liberal plantation. The white liberal press will never give them they same level of coverage as corrupt white police.
    And that is racism.

  11. The benefits to society of EEOC/AA ie. hiring unqualified and/or substandard candidates never ceases to amaze me (sarc).

  12. if he is el salvadorian, honduran or guatemalan he may have been expecting something else when he ordered pupusas.

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