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So what was the best Scooby doo villan lads?

Also quick side note, why in the hell were any of these people arrested?

Pretty sure its not illegal to dress up as and pretend to be a ghost to scare people, even if it involves like, scaring people away from an abandoned theme park so you can buy it super cheap or whatever your plan is

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>>42135624
>So what was the best Scooby doo villan lads?
The one that didn't exist

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Velma.

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>So what was the best Scooby doo villan lads?
The rich white guy that wanted to get more rich.

>Also quick side note, why in the hell were any of these people arrested?

Abduction, trespassing, stalking, harassment, verbal/physical threat, property damage and probably other things.

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>>42135624
>so you can buy it super cheap or whatever your plan is
As per Great Britain's Larceny Act:
Every person who by any false pretence-

(1) with intent to defraud, obtains from any other person any chattel, money, or valuable security, or causes or procures any money to be paid, or any chattel or valuable security to be delivered to himself or to any other person for the use or benefit or on account of himself or any other person; or
(2) with intent to defraud or injure any other person, fraudulently causes or induces any other person-

(a) to execute, make, accept, endorse, or destroy the whole or any part of any valuable security; or
(b) to write, impress, or affix his name or the name of any other person, or the seal of any body corporate or society, upon any paper or parchment in order that the same may be afterwards made or converted into, or used or dealt with as, a valuable security

shall be guilty of a misdemeanour and on conviction thereof liable to penal servitude for any term not exceeding five years.

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>>42135638

Captain Cutler did nothing wrong, dude just wanted to retire with some wealth

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I'm not really a Scooby Doo fan but I did like Mystery Incorporated for having real ghosts and monsters for a change... even if Velma was mostly an ass throughout the series.

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>>42135821

Yeah, that was a pretty decent show, and more Matthew Lillard as Shaggy is always great.

Also the show seems to take place, see image related, in the same continuity (or at least the events took place) as the 2 live action movies, which is pretty neat I guess.
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>>42136119
I think that's just a cameo.
I may not be a Scooby Doo fan but even I know fans don't like the live action movies.

The only Scooby Doo shows I've see are:
A few episodes of Where Are You! which was shown on CBBC in the morning before school but I wasn't that into the show back then. While I did like the mystery solving it was always a guy in a mask.
ScoobyNatural which givne it was a crossover of a TV series with genuine ghosts and spirits meant the group had to deal with the genuine thing.
Zombie Island which had brilliant animation and perhaps the first account of the group dealing with genuine supernatural elements. I've also seen the sequel which I didn't like because it felt it was trying to rob the supernatural elements from the first movie.

I've also been watching Guess Who? because I like how the guest stars arn't always actual characters and sometimes super heroes and cameos. Makes me feel H-B wants to do a shared continuity or something.

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>>42136144

>Fans don't like the live action movies


Lies. Ok, the first live action movie was pretty bad but the second was decent and I will gladly defend it anyday- I mean to fair it was written to be a Scooby doo movie and not a parody like the first, so that helped, and the villans being monsters from the classic cartoon was fun.

>Of a TV show


You mean supernatural? That's a pretty good show in its own right

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Scrappy

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K

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>>42136119
Means nothing.
Comic books have the same looking character that aren't actually the same character.

>>42136144
>Zombie Island which had brilliant animation and perhaps the first account of the group dealing with genuine supernatural elements.
Fucking normie.
>Boo Brothers
>Ghoul School
>Reluctant Werewolf
>Spin off where they hunt down 13 ghosts like some random shonen arc with a magic wielding Vincent Price

>>42136156
It's actually the opposite, first movie was received just a sliver better than the sequel but both are generally considered crap.

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>>42136346

If the movies are crap why did Matthew Lillard, who played Shaggy in them, end up voicing shaggy in the new cartoons then?

Checkmate, atheist

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>>42136346
Oh yeah, I watched Ghoul School as well when I noticed all those monster girls meme pictures that one time.

While Ghoul School andReluctant werewolf does confirm supernatural elements in Scooby Doo, are these movies canon or is there are alternate universe where Shaggy wears a red shirt instead of green?

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>>42136421
All the old shit is one continuity. The Hanna-Barbera-verse.

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>>42135624
>Pretty sure its not illegal to dress up as and pretend to be a ghost to scare people, even if it involves like, scaring people away from an abandoned theme park so you can buy it super cheap or whatever your plan is

Operating on the grounds of property you do not own is considered trespassing. The main reason you may not see it is because in the US trespassing is considered an illegal action, while in the UK it is only illegal under specific conditions. For example, Penal Code 602 PC is the California statute that defines the crime of criminal trespass. A person commits trespassing when he or she enters -- or remains on -- someone else's property without permission or a right to do so. Conversely, in the UK trespass to land is not generally a criminal offence unless some special statutory provision makes it so.

Since the events of Scooby Doo take place in the US, they are subject to US laws.

On top of that, a lot of the time, these people set up traps or try to capture people that are trying to snoop around. These types of traps are classified as Booby Traps, and they are against the Geneva Convention, which states:
A booby trap may be defined as any concealed or camouflaged device designed to cause bodily injury when triggered by any action of a person making contact with the device. This term includes guns, ammunition, or explosive devices attached to trip wires or other triggering mechanisms, sharpened stakes, nails, spikes, electrical devices, lines or wires with hooks attached, and devices for the production of toxic fumes or gases.

If a person sets up such a trap to protect his/her property, he/she will be liable for any injury or death even to an unwanted intruder such as a burglar. It is illegal to set a booby trap on one's own property to prevent intruders.

Without prejudice to the rules of international law applicable in armed conflict relating to treachery and perfidy, it is prohibited in all circumstances to use:

a. any booby-trap in the form of an apparently harmless portable object which is specifically designed and constructed to contain explosive material and to detonate when it is disturbed or approached, or

b. booby-traps which are in any way attached to or associated with:

1. internationally recognized protective emblems, signs or signals;

2. sick, wounded or dead persons;

3. burial or cremation sites or graves;

4. medical facilities, medical equipment, medical supplies or medical transportation;

5. children's toys or other portable objects or products specially designed for the feeding, health, hygiene, clothing or education of children;

6. food or drink;

7. kitchen utensils or appliances except in military establishments, military locations or military supply depots;

8. objects clearly of a religious nature;

9. historic monuments, works of art or places or worship which constitute the cultural or spiritual heritage of peoples;

10. animals or their carcasses.

It is prohibited in all circumstances to use any booby-trap which is designed to cause superfluous injury or necessary suffering."


Such actions are liable to be classified as a war crime under the Geneva Convention, though how each country deals with such things is up to the country in question. Chances are though it will be classified as criminal negligence, and it is definitely grounds for detainment.

Also, wearing a mask specifically to hide one's identity when knowingly commiting a crime (Which applies to the above) itself is illegal, according to Section 185 of the penal code:
Section One Hundred and Eighty-five. It shall be unlawful for any person to wear any mask, false whiskers, or any personal disguise (whether complete or partial) for the purpose of:

One—Evading or escaping discovery, recognition, or identification in the commission of any public offense.

Two—Concealment, flight, or escape, when charged with, arrested for, or convicted of, any public offense. Any person violating any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.


It is also illegal to wear a disguise with the intent to threaten harm another individual.

So yes, there are MULTIPLE charges in which these guys can be brought up on.

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>>42135624
Lockdown says no. Maybe in your hone on some silly YouTube channel

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>>42136656
Does that mean Fred, the guy who loves setting up traps to capture the ghosts, is also a criminal? Or given he sets his traps on the property owned by others that means the captor can press charges on whoever he's been haunting?

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>>42137000
They helped the police and didn't kill anyone.


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