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Imagine if people held their police to a standard.
whatchu say?
held to a standard you say?
we don’t have to follow no stupid rules & laws, they are for the peons. We are above that !!
we are law enforcement, we do what we want, when we want, to who we want to do it to
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North Carolina officer accused of sexual assault during pat-down | Wed, Nov 06



what was he expecting to find by palming her ass cheek?

to protect & serve...
 
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Wow. What a bunch of scumbags. I even heard a "stop resisting" while she's already strapped in the chair.
I am so sick of this cop bashing. Do you have any idea how hard it is to secure webbing when someone is thrashing around..? Medals issued for all involved.
 
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Here is an interesting perspective that tries to explain why cops are such a mixed bag: cop critters ( article 2 of 2 today )

This is what I’ve been saying forever.

The police are not your friend. They never were. They are there to protect and facilitate order. They always were. That this included preventing crime was an added bonus but it was never about that. Criminals are apprehended not because they harm citizens, but because their actions harm society ( which the elite profit off of ). The police also do a very good job of preventing competition with the states monopoly on violence. Not because a citizen may be harmed, but because only the state may decide who is harmed.”
 
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I am so sick of this cop bashing. Do you have any idea how hard it is to secure webbing when someone is thrashing around..? Medals issued for all involved.
She was in a cell and under control, non-combative and not trying to harm herself. The male officer was clearly verbally escalating and not trying to resolve a situation. He was picking a fight in front of his groupies. From that point on the entire situation is wrong and assault.
 
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She was in a cell and under control, non-combative and not trying to harm herself. The male officer was clearly verbally escalating and not trying to resolve a situation. He was picking a fight in front of his groupies. From that point on the entire situation is wrong and assault.
Sarcasm meter failure. Please try again...
 

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Good to see all the boys out there in detail today. Must have been 20-25 on my ride through mass. Earning some extra bucks for the Christmas season
Doing what, guarding pot holes? A job that can also be done by an orange cone? Up here we hire non cops for that work, and our roads are great. The cops can be put to better use.
 

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They provide an increased sense of awareness and caution for motorists who do not pay attention. Yes here in Maine we have flag people but that’s not the case in Mass and provides a way to earn a few more bucks for your family



Doing what, guarding pot holes? A job that can also be done by an orange cone? Up here we hire non cops for that work, and our roads are great. The cops can be put to better use.
 

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So did the woman call to have him removed for some reason? She came in and it sounded like she called but she sure in hell didn’t help the situation. On its face it looks like a BS move on the Police but without knowing more it’s tough to judge. If the girl called because he beat the crap out of her or similar then it was warranted. They didnt just drive by with 3 cars and decide to go to a random house.



Let’s just illegally enter someone’s home and then tase him while he’s holding his child. Totally reasonable and definitely legal. There are no other ways to handle situations than immediately resorting to violence in a situation that wasn’t violent before. Nope, nothing at all.

View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=O6oB3aQZalk
 

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Let’s just illegally enter someone’s home and then tase him while he’s holding his child. Totally reasonable and definitely legal. There are no other ways to handle situations than immediately resorting to violence in a situation that wasn’t violent before. Nope, nothing at all.

View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=O6oB3aQZalk
Too much to quote in the article.

WA Post headline: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/11/06/ivaughn-oakry-tempe-taser-one-year-old-video/
A black man refused to put down his 1-year-old. Then cops Tasered him multiple times.

On the morning of June 15, Tempe police officers arrived at the apartment complex south of Tempe where Oakry and his family lived in response to a domestic violence call. A woman identified as the mother of Oakry’s children had dialed the non-emergency line and later told police Oakry came home intoxicated and pushed her multiple times during an argument, according to an incident report. By the time police got to Oakry’s apartment, the woman had left the home, but she indicated her three children were still inside with their father, the report said.
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In a Tuesday statement to The Post, Tempe police stressed that Oakry’s young son had not been hurt and defended using nonlethal force against the father.

“Although Oakry was affected by the taser, the child was not injured and there was no evidence of the child being struck with the taser probes,” the statement said. It went on to note that the officers “developed a lawful right to enter the residence,” accusing Oakry of committing endangerment by picking up the toddler in the middle of the confrontation.

While an administrative review found the officers had not violated the use of force policy, they were still subjected to mandatory retraining, officials said.

“The Tempe Police department recognizes that training for every encounter is challenging; however, we will continue to evaluate and improve tactics, communication, and de-escalation techniques to achieve the highest standards,” the statement said.


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All of this happened because she wouldn't sign a summons for smoking in some no-smoking area and having a dog off-leash...

BOULDER, Colo. -- The Boulder County sheriff and five deputies are named in an excessive force lawsuit after an inmate was tasered even though she was already in a restraint chair with her hands strapped behind her back and her head covered with a spit hood.

Lauren Gotthelf filed the federal lawsuit Tuesday morning for an incident that occurred Nov. 25, 2017.
The 34-year-old was ticketed by a Boulder police officer for smoking on the Pearl Street Mall and allowing her service dog to be off-leash. When Gotthelf refused to sign the summons, she was taken to the Boulder County Jail.

Full story at this link:
 
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Boulder County - comes down to they said she said - if she made any kind of threat against herself, they have to take it seriously. Especially after Epstein killed himself.

The using a 1 year old as shield guy - With Woodsy on this. Police were there because they got a call. Assuming the SO told the truth, that guy was coming out of the house and going to jail for assault and battery. He chose the hard way.
 
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All of this happened because she wouldn't sign a summons for smoking in some no-smoking area and having a dog off-leash...

BOULDER, Colo. -- The Boulder County sheriff and five deputies are named in an excessive force lawsuit after an inmate was tasered even though she was already in a restraint chair with her hands strapped behind her back and her head covered with a spit hood.

Lauren Gotthelf filed the federal lawsuit Tuesday morning for an incident that occurred Nov. 25, 2017.
The 34-year-old was ticketed by a Boulder police officer for smoking on the Pearl Street Mall and allowing her service dog to be off-leash. When Gotthelf refused to sign the summons, she was taken to the Boulder County Jail.

Full story at this link:
Just a couple bad apples right?
 

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Wow....same paper had an article about another Colorado popo issue


History of abuse/settlements
 

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Woodsy will be along to say she should be thankful they didn't shoot her dog for all the trouble she was causing.
Dont be too sure that wont happen mysteriously......

:sarcasm:Those service dog basset hounds are vicious.....:/sarcasm:
 
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Doing what, guarding pot holes? A job that can also be done by an orange cone? Up here we hire non cops for that work, and our roads are great. The cops can be put to better use.
You know one thing I've loved about being in Spokane?

Not the bad food, or the cheap beer.

Not the meth heads and nazi graffiti everywhere. No...

No cops at road details, because it's a waste of police resources. Road work has their own flaggers.
 
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