Originally Posted by ComicStalker
Let me put it this way. If I caught you in my house stealing 10 dollars and I beat you up and cracked you up-side the head I might say to you," Dont let me catch you in here again." That doesnt mean its the 2nd or 3rd time Ive caught you in my house. It just means that I dont want to see you in my house again after this 1st time I caught you. I dont understand how people can be so confused by this statement. It might mean that I have caught you 2 or 3 times but it is by no means a definitive statement.
It's also not the first time he encounters the copycats:
From the script:
A dog. (off look) A big dog. There were more copycats last night, Alfred. With guns.
Not my diagnosis.
Batman silences Scarecrow with his boot. Turns to "Batman"
Don't let me find you out here again.
End of discussion.