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Where are all the good cops again? Which cops exactly aren't just "going to follow orders"?
I've been enjoying the content from several car enthusiast YouTubers lately.Jesus I'm not sure which is worse that guy or the officer they cut to who said you need a CA license to drive in CA....
This is why I've never been to CA.
I've been enjoying the content from several car enthusiast YouTubers lately.
The biggest tip I've picked up?
To research each state's speeding laws that I would drive through before my next long drive.
Specifically, how many miles per hour over the limit does "just" a speeding ticket become a felony arrest/reckless driving charge.
Not that I drive that fast, but it's human nature to "make good time" when travely on deserted highways.
I'm not sure you're correct. My understanding of VA's laws, (based upon my wife's 'spirited driving'), is that you get charged with reckless endangerment for either 20 over the limit, or over 80 mph. She got popped for doing 82 on a highway with a 70mph limit. Before she got home from that trip we had something like a dozen letters from attorneys offering to represent her.Worse than that, 10 MPH is a felony and you will need to hire a lawyer to make it go away. VA traffic cops are where all the Nazis go.
It will be sometime before people go out to actively kill cops, however people will treat them the same as any other unknown person breaking into their home or pulling a gun on them.He won't be fired, and neither will his partner who let it happen. Which is exactly why there is a problem and eventually people will start killing cops.
Well, the usual JBT apologists have not been posting, lately, so I'll cover for them: Isolated Incident. After all it was only ONE hand that was injured by repeated smacks to the perp.View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0cBSxCHLbM
Injuries to the officers fist.
If only that were a joke.
A disturbing video posted to social media that appears to show a uniformed Los Angeles Police Department officer whaling on a man being detained has prompted an internal investigation for misconduct and excessive use of force.www.foxla.com