- Nov 11, 2014
- an actual place
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I have family and lifetime friends who are LEO at fed, state, or local level. Believe me I get that they end up in bad situations and could use some protection. However, not one of them is a JBT and if they happen to be 2nd gen LEO, their dads weren't JBT's either. I just don't get the whole let's play Rambo + Call of Duty vs. civilians.
Same answer to both. While I am reasonably confident (used to be certain, but my oh my how times have changed) that many (used to be most but...) cops joined for altruistic reasons, the ones referred to in mountain's post and depicted in Igotid's all share one common characteristic. They're bullies. Bullies like weak victims that can't fight back. Bullies like the sense of power they have over those weaker than themselves. Bullies can't handle real resistance. Normally, punch a bully in the nose and they back off. In the case of bully cops it enrage them further and they use their power and authority to punish you for fighting back.
I lived on St Boltoph St, Boston, so apre-July 68. Junkies hookers and a few 0 Fuc's Vietnam Vets. Before a drug raid the DPW would shutoff the sewer main @ 5am then the drug raid was on. Interesting timesSecond, to prevent destruction of evidence. If the evidence is physical, such as a drug raid, and the goal is to get the drugs off the street, then surround the place with sirens and flashing lights and uniformed cops. Knock on the door, announce it's a warrant, get on the bullhorn, and wait... if all those drugs get flushed, then mission accomplished. Right?
It's a start.Kentucky's Commonwealth Attorney Tom Wine announced that his office was dismissing the case against Kenneth Walker for attempting to kill a police officer.heavy.com