- Dec 28, 2012
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Free speech got you upset? I thought this was the place to speak your mind no matter your post in life.I still want to know what town to avoid.
No, it's not free speech that upsets me. I'm all for it. I'd prefer that someone who believes that, "I Am The Police! King Kong got nothin' on me!" (sorry if it's a misquote, long time since I've seen Training Day)) is a valid attitude for actual, non-movie police work, lets the world know.Free speech got you upset? I thought this was the place to speak your mind no matter your post in life.
The fastest way to change the law is to enforce it universally, without exception.Change the law. Police are there to serve and protect as well as enforce the laws. If you don’t like the law then change it , otherwise don’t break it. Pretty simple rule
Tuesday, October 29, 2019Don’t assault an officer is the lesson here.
View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GC6shEbFyWwStill waiting for Woodsy to reveal his patrol area.....
Just look at it from the point of view of cops also being criminals truly makes them subject matter experts! See, it’s a positive!
Dozens of Police Officers Across San Diego County Have Been Convicted of Crimes — Voice of San DiegoHundreds of California law enforcement officers over the last decade have been convicted of crimes, an unprecedented collaboration of newsrooms including Voice of San Diego has found. In San Diego County, some are still on the job.apple.news