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Law enforcement
 
May 4th, 2014  
-- Dusty
 
 
Law enforcement
Wait until a cop face plants ya into the pavement for allegedly calling him a pig.
THEN preach about how good they are.
BTDT.
May 4th, 2014  
pixiedustboo
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by -- Dusty
Wait until a cop face plants ya into the pavement for allegedly calling him a pig.
THEN preach about how good they are.
BTDT.
Yikes.

I always thought the police (and the TSA - hahaha) were the good guys.

(I don't think that anymore...)
May 5th, 2014  
-- Dusty
 
 
For your reading pleasure....
http://photographyisnotacrime.com/20...d-photography/
And the victim is a veteran, as well.
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Law enforcement
May 5th, 2014  
pixiedustboo
 
 
"But the cops lingered in the room, irritating MacRae, so he ordered them out of the room."

Yeah. The second you "order" a cop to do anything you're going to be sorry.

My first reaction to this video is that the guy (veteran) sounds like he's just an angry person - going from 0-60 in a heartbeat.

After I read the article and I still think his yelling at the cops was a bad idea, but I can understand the frustration. Still, you don't yell at cops, and people are pulling that "I fear for my life" crap a lot and it seems to be a trend in police related videos. As for the police picking on his dog for needing a muzzle...please. What a load of bull! If that dog needed a muzzle because she was vicious it would have been noticed in this video. That cop would have gotten a little nibble if that dog was mean. I didn't even notice a slight growl, let alone some vicious dog ready to chew off a limb.
May 8th, 2014  
JWIlls94
 
 
The behavior of today's police is disgusting and unAmerican! I believe the Second Amendment is the only solution to police brutality. In an area where police brutality is common I imagine that someday a patriot like Cliven Bundy will lead a band of proud patriots to disarm the local police department. Give me liberty or give me death!
May 10th, 2014  
-- Dusty
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by pixiedustboo
"But the cops lingered in the room, irritating MacRae, so he ordered them out of the room."

Yeah. The second you "order" a cop to do anything you're going to be sorry.

My first reaction to this video is that the guy (veteran) sounds like he's just an angry person - going from 0-60 in a heartbeat.

After I read the article and I still think his yelling at the cops was a bad idea, but I can understand the frustration. Still, you don't yell at cops, and people are pulling that "I fear for my life" crap a lot and it seems to be a trend in police related videos. As for the police picking on his dog for needing a muzzle...please. What a load of bull! If that dog needed a muzzle because she was vicious it would have been noticed in this video. That cop would have gotten a little nibble if that dog was mean. I didn't even notice a slight growl, let alone some vicious dog ready to chew off a limb.
Good point. Look at a cop cross-eyed and ya get a billy club taken to ya.

They say there are more good cops than there are bad cops. If that's so, then why aren't the good cops standing up? You never hear of that on the news, and you know the media would jump on that in a heart beat.
May 14th, 2014  
Sara
 
 
I doubt they go around flaunting their good works. My son is planning to be a policeman and news like this doesn't make the job look admirable at all. I hate it when things like this happen, it makes some judge a whole group of people when it shouldn't still be happening. (in any circumstance)
May 16th, 2014  
-- Dusty
 
 
I wrote a piece on just that- "56 reasons To Hate A Cop". With references.
6+ pages.
May 17th, 2014  
pixiedustboo
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sarah
I doubt they go around flaunting their good works. My son is planning to be a policeman and news like this doesn't make the job look admirable at all. I hate it when things like this happen, it makes some judge a whole group of people when it shouldn't still be happening. (in any circumstance)
They need to be judged. They need to be kept in check.

The bad ones need to be punished and the good ones need to stand up for what is right instead of keeping quiet for their brothers.
May 17th, 2014  
senojekips
 
 
Cops are just another cross section of society, sometimes hero's other times as bad as the very worst of the criminals.

Unfortunately there is a lot to be said for the old adage, "Power Corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely"

Personally I feel that they have way too much power and are not made to answer for their actions. Occasionally one will get a prison sentence but their punishments are never in line with those of another (civilian) criminal committing the same crime.

I feel that as enforcers of the law, their infringements should be punished twice as severely.
 


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