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kvrdave 10-24-15 07:19 PM

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Doesn't an officer's behavior show who they are as well? Maybe they need to screen applicants better.

slop101 10-24-15 07:22 PM

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Yeah, boo-fucking-hoo! If a cop can't handle some non-violent obnoxiousness, then they shouldn't have taken the job.

Lt Ripley 10-24-15 07:28 PM

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You don't know what they may have seen earlier that day, that week, whatever. Being witness to the stuff that people do to kids and others on a daily basis can fuck with your emotions. They see all kinds of bad shit. They can be emotionally sound, and then the right willful retard comes along and pops that anger they felt over a previous situation.

If your mindset is I want to fuck with a cop because they are a cop, I think you are a worthless piece of shit and there is nothing you can say that will change my mind.

EDIT: If your mindset is that you ALWAYS want to... see above.

slop101 10-24-15 08:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Lt Ripley (Post 12626932)
You don't know what they may have seen earlier that day, that week, whatever. Being witness to the stuff that people do to kids and others on a daily basis can fuck with your emotions. They see all kinds of bad shit. They can be emotionally sound, and then the right willful retard comes along and pops that anger they felt over a previous situation.

Everyone has bad days - that's not an excuse to meet asshole behavior with more asshole behavior. Why would cops be absolved of this?


If your mindset is I want to fuck with a cop because they are a cop, I think you are a worthless piece of shit and there is nothing you can say that will change my mind.
That's not what I said. Pure strawman bullshit to put it like that and you know it. Point being, everyone has to deal with, as you say, "pieces of shit" or whatever kind of asshole at some point during their workday. Most people work things out or get by without resorting to violence, at least not to the degree that cops seem to. If anything, cops are the ones that should use more restraint than others, but it seems to be the other way around.

Lt Ripley 10-24-15 08:37 PM

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Originally Posted by slop101 (Post 12626953)
Everyone has bad days - that's not an excuse to meet asshole behavior with more asshole behavior. Why would cops be absolved of this?

Go back and notice my statement about cover ups. I am talking in general.


Originally Posted by slop101 (Post 12626953)
That's not what I said. Pure strawman bullshit to put it like that and you know it. Point being, everyone has to deal with, as you say, "pieces of shit" or whatever kind of asshole at some point during their workday.

I wasn't talking about "you". I have known plenty of people in my life in which everything is the cops fault. Pulled over because they were speeding (when they actually were), it's the cops fault. ETC. There are plenty of people like that. They lack the ability to admit they were in the wrong about anything.


Originally Posted by slop101 (Post 12626953)
Most people work things out or get by without resorting to violence, at least not to the degree that cops seem to. If anything, cops are the ones that should use more restraint than others, but it seems to be the other way around.

I don't believe for a second, that cops are more violent that the gen pop. Not for a second. Maybe that is because I lived in the truly violent places in the country, who knows.

There are bad cops out there, this is true, but I would feel much more confident in asking a cop for help than just a regular person in the gen pop.

inri222 10-26-15 09:49 AM

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Time for me to cancel my plans to see The Hateful Eight in 70mm. :sarcasm:

New York police union calls for boycott of Quentin Tarantino films

http://www.ew.com/article/2015/10/26...arantino-films

Sean O'Hara 10-26-15 10:29 AM

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Cops being whiny bastards because people suggest their authority is morally compromised. Yawn. It's another day in America.

kvrdave 10-26-15 01:03 PM

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I'm not much of a Tarantino fan, but that is amusing....“It’s no surprise that someone who makes a living glorifying crime and violence is a cop-hater, too.”

:lol: What a fucktard.

Lt Ripley 10-26-15 02:40 PM

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Quentin got some old man round face kicking in or he is trying to channel Randy Quaid in that first pic.

DVD Polizei 10-26-15 02:57 PM

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Quentin Tarantino protesting violence is embarrassing.

A NYC Union, representing cops, sounding like a whiny PMS bitch is also embarrassing.

kylierobbie 10-26-15 07:24 PM

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Saw this on yahoo.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/article...classroom.html

Draven 10-26-15 08:23 PM

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Originally Posted by kylierobbie (Post 12628620)

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She refused to leave the classroom. Apparently, the only way that can be dealt with is by FLIPPING HER DESK OVER WITH HER IN IT.

Can't wait to see how this one is justified.

inri222 10-26-15 08:25 PM

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Here's another school bodyslam.

Rhode Island cops needlessly bodyslam 15-year-old student

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.2398142

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Lt Ripley 10-26-15 08:53 PM

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That one is rough, slammed the shit out of the fellow. Looks like the kid may have backed into the cop by accident while the cop was restraining the other guy. (kids still to fucking stupid to record horizontally) Kids yelling and screaming, bumped in the back... I can see it happen. Again, I will say, don't act like a retard around cops.


As for the dumb chick, at what point do you guys think people should listen to the cop and follow instructions?

Draven 10-26-15 09:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Lt Ripley (Post 12628704)
As for the dumb chick, at what point do you guys think people should listen to the cop and follow instructions?

My mother has taught in public schools for 30+ years. She's like 5 foot 8 and has taught in some not so nice schools. She's never had to flip a desk to get a student out of her classroom.

If you think what happened to her is the logical escalation of that situation, I don't know what more needs to be said. That is simply an insane reaction. A teenage girl not wanting to get out of her chair does not mean a big adult police officer has the right to THROW her out of it. What the holy fuck.

Dave99 10-26-15 09:13 PM

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respect my authoritah!

Lt Ripley 10-26-15 09:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Draven (Post 12628717)
My mother has taught in public schools for 30+ years. She's like 5 foot 8 and has taught in some not so nice schools. She's never had to flip a desk to get a student out of her classroom.

If you think what happened to her is the logical escalation of that situation, I don't know what more needs to be said. That is simply an insane reaction. A teenage girl not wanting to get out of her chair does not mean a big adult police officer has the right to THROW her out of it. What the holy fuck.

Well, looks like the teacher wasn't able to get the dipshit out of the room and called the cop. How long was the cop telling her to get up? Do you do the disservice to all the other kids trying to get an education and let the dipshit hold up class for the entire day? did your wonderful mommy let a kid stay there all day too? Or did the kids your mommy dealt with eventually get up after a few minutes?

Was a time when a parent wouldn't allow their child to act like that. Now it is the norm. Go ahead pumpkin, you are always right, don't listen to anybody telling you what to do.

Lt Ripley 10-26-15 09:29 PM

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Part I have trouble with is that he could have hurt the kid behind her when that table flipped.

Draven 10-26-15 10:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Lt Ripley (Post 12628724)
Well, looks like the teacher wasn't able to get the dipshit out of the room and called the cop. How long was the cop telling her to get up? Do you do the disservice to all the other kids trying to get an education and let the dipshit hold up class for the entire day? did your wonderful mommy let a kid stay there all day too? Or did the kids your mommy dealt with eventually get up after a few minutes?

Was a time when a parent wouldn't allow their child to act like that. Now it is the norm. Go ahead pumpkin, you are always right, don't listen to anybody telling you what to do.

:lol: There is no way you're a real person.

Hokeyboy 10-27-15 12:08 PM

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Originally Posted by inri222 (Post 12628040)
Time for me to cancel my plans to see The Hateful Eight in 70mm. :sarcasm:

New York police union calls for boycott of Quentin Tarantino films

http://www.ew.com/article/2015/10/26...arantino-films

:lol: What a whiny group of pussies.

slop101 10-27-15 12:20 PM

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Can people boycott the NYPD?

inri222 10-27-15 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Hokeyboy (Post 12629233)
:lol: What a whiny group of pussies.

Patrick Lynch is a piece of work, here are some of his greatest hits :

NYPD Union President Patrick Lynch Is Completely Nuts: A History

http://gawker.com/nypd-union-preside...uts-1674178970

inri222 10-27-15 01:14 PM

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Video Of Cop Fatally Shooting Zachary Hammond Released, No Charges Filed

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/...b06317990f5ff6

The state of South Carolina released video Tuesday of a Seneca police officer shooting 19-year-old Zachary Hammond, and said no charges will be filed.

The State Law Enforcement Division said Lt. Mark Tiller was within his rights to fire at and kill Hammond, who appeared to be fleeing during a minor marijuana arrest on July 26, according to Fox Carolina.

"After careful consideration of the facts of the case, a thorough review of the State investigation, and an extensive review of all applicable law, I have determined that no criminal charges should be filed against Lt. Mark Tiller at the State level," wrote 10th Circuit Solicitor Chrissy Adams. "I met with the Hammond family today and have informed them of this decision."

The state said previously that it wouldn't release video of the incident until it came to a decision on charges.

The footage provides telling evidence. Tiller had argued previously that he feared for his life when the car veered in his direction.

The video, however, appears to show Tiller firing into the vehicle after it passed him, and then turn to another officer and yell, "He tried to hit me."

Tiller had also said previously that he fired two rounds into Hammond's upper torso. An autopsy later revealed that Hammond was shot in his side and back.

The state said it wouldn't release any more information pending a federal investigation into the case. Tiller could still face charges -- federal authorities launched an investigation after Hammond's family sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General and the director of the FBI.

The Hammond family's lawsuit against the Seneca Police Department and Tiller is still pending.

Ronnie Richter, the attorney for Hammond’s family, said the state’s decision to not charge Tiller was “surprising and disappointing,” according to the Post and Courier.

Seneca City Administrator Greg Dieterrick released a statement Tuesday, saying it was time to move on from Hammond's death:

The past three months have been extremely difficult for the residents of Seneca, its city employees and the 45 members of its police force. While the effects of outside agitators to tear apart our community lingers, we are thankful the investigation has come to an end and shows Lt. Tiller was acting in self-defense. The night of July 26 was a tragic event for this community and I personally will always grieve for the Hammond family.

DVD Polizei 10-27-15 01:38 PM

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The video, however, appears to show Tiller firing into the vehicle after it passed him, and then turn to another officer and yell, "He tried to hit me."

The video shows Zachary had no issues with running over a police officer (and would have killed him) or responding to requests to stop, and continued to drive away.

Zachary could have also injured other pedestrians nearby in his flight to evade custody.

inri222 10-27-15 01:42 PM

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Keep up the good work.

2 Detroit police officers charged with misconduct

http://www.freep.com/story/news/loca...gned/74674222/


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