What did the cops do wrong today. Vol. 1

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  1. MMAisGod

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    I'm far, far from being a liberal and I am pro-cops, but I like to call things straight as I see them. Legit question.

    Do you think if this was a drunk black male, aggressively invading a white female's personal space, putting their hand in their face, stalking them when they are walking away, white female asking for help, that the cop would have sat back and not approached the situation at all?

    These are the things I find it very difficult to say "yes, it would have played out exactly the same" as a response.
     
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    I'm a jobs creator while you're a BLM/Antifa/cultural Marxist thug swinging bike locks in this discussion board. I don't like to call myself a hero... but I basically am.
     
  3. SmilinDesperado

    SmilinDesperado Silver Belt

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    What a piece of shit
    26 years on the job....makes you wonder when else has he been ok with "making shit up as we go?

    Lying and threatening jail to everyone was so natural. Made up the ticket for the seatbelt. Threatens jail if the mom calls 911. This is America?
    Threatening to falsely imprison someone should be a crime. It's some bullshit that cops and civilians have a different set of rules. They can lie to you with impunity , willfully try and mislead you, confuse you, and pressure you, but if you lie, you're going to jail.

    Lol and how fucking stupid do you have to be to do something like this in 2018? There's a camera on your car. There are witnesses. Smartphones. Body cam. How can any of these morons think they'll get away with this shit anymore?
     
  4. Edison Carasio

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    Because they think that their culture of Police in America makes it acceptable and they think it will get a cover it up from the inside.

    It's not a few bad apples, but it feels like there's only a few good apples anymore.
     
  5. Quequeg

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    But, the real problem is pro football players kneeling during the anthem, just ask President Scumbag.
     
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  6. Tekk

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    Piece of shit cop refusing to protect an American from a piece of shit old Trumper.
     
  8. Cubo de Sangre

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    Just going by the video, this cop needs escorted to the unemployment line.
     
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  9. ScottE

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    So the racist idiot was arrested for assault among other things. So that cop watched an assault occur and did nothing until another person came to defend his sister from the assault in progress.

    This is not a good look to have a cop watching a white guy accost another person over her not being white enough and do nothing about it. This is type if thing that will undermine community relationships more then them getting jumpy with their tazer. Can't even resort to the "should of complied" excuse on this one. That cop just straight up had no interest in helping that woman who was under attack for her race.

    Then again maybe we're being to hard on the racist idiot. I seem to remember our own president being unaware that Puerto Rico was US territory, its citizens US citizens. So I mean if that's the bar we set for president I can't be that mad at a drunk idiot for not knowing either can I.
     
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    Haha this thread is a lose lose, I’m just here for the entertainment
     
  11. HereticBD

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    That particular cop? I don't know. I don't know what his problem was. Part of me thinks he was out of his depth, and simply didn't want to get involved in any conflict by himself. He's some fat old dorky looking guy, and it's not hard to believe that he's just not cut out for that line of work.

    As far as your example goes in general, I honestly don't know nowadays. Cops might actually be more reluctant to deal with those kind of incidents when race is involved, simply because they don't want end up on the news if shit goes south.
     
  12. cincymma79

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    You didn’t call the cop double racist
    So now you’re racist
    You damned racist
    How dare you think the cop was just thinking as long as nobody touches each other I can leave when this tard runs out of steam and staying out of it
     
  13. TheGreatA

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    There's not much you can do as a cop to prevent people from verbally abusing each other. First amendment and all.

    The situation went well all things considered. If the cop had intervened, who knows, maybe it would've escalated the situation to a point where physical force would have been used.
     
  14. MMAisGod

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    I don't think he is either, but that would mean he stood there doing nothing forever, and then he thought it was getting too out of line only when the brother defended his sister, which forced him to intervene on behalf of protecting the instigator first? Too many red flags imo in this case.

    I do partially agree with this second point of in general. I have been told directly by my friend that he would rather not intervene in the reverse situation due to someone pulling out a phone or misinterpreting his actions and losing his livelihood. Telling a guy to calm down and if it escalates he comes out the bad guy is not worth the risk. Where as other cops might see the big bad black guy and take him down without warning. I would agree that in a general sense it would be dependent on the cop who arrived at the scene.
     
  15. ScottE

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    No, that's not actually how the first amendment works. See the fact that the harassing individual was arrested once a competent officer arrived.

    The cop had the ability to stop the situation and choose to do nothing as a clearly intoxicated belligerent individual continued to verbally and physically harass another. He choose to not even remotely attempt to diffuse the situation.

    He watched an assault occur with his hands in his pockets.
     
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    The ignorance of posters piling up on poor @Seano for simply pointing out that unions aren't the "good guy" when it comes to labor matters, but rather the "guy" that represents the laborer, is quite humorous:
    California Protects Pedophile Teachers
    The fall of teachers unions

    Unions are sanctimonious-- not benevolent institutions. They don't care about making the world a better place. They care about making the world a better place for their members; even if at cost to the public good. That is their most basic function. Really, the level of naivete and ignorance required to believe otherwise...wow.
     
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    The good apples don't last long, either quit or get spoiled.
     
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    Should have put hands on that geriatric fuck. Violence is the only language some people understand.
     
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    Story of lowest picture?
     

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