from our friend John Murphy at StockCharts.com:
"A price channel is a continuation pattern that slopes up or down and is bound by an upper and lower trend line. The upper trend line marks resistance and the lower trend line marks support. Price channels with negative slopes (down) are considered bearish and those with positive slopes (up) bullish. For explanatory purposes, a "bullish price channel" will refer to a channel with positive slope and a "bearish price channel" to a channel with negative slope."
So this street racer crashes his car into a crowd of spectators and the police, who use to patrol the streets but were yanked from their jobs when the mayor decided there was too much regulation, these police never had a chance to control this type of crime and now the jury let's the negligent street racer off from serving time becasue it was an accident and you blame the jury? Street racers break the law in indirect proportion to the amount of enforcement or regulation of the law, or lack of laws an in this case.