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Old 11-21-2014, 08:08 AM   #3301
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watch a person get beat for 29 minutes by DOC:


not surprising: it ends with him going to the hospital.
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Old 11-21-2014, 08:10 AM   #3302
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police logic: break into people's car to prevent others from potentially breaking into cars

Police Department in Texas is Breaking Into Cars…….To Stop People From Breaking Into Cars | The Free Thought Project

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Houston, TX — Police in Rosenberg are taking a proactive approach to prevent vehicle break-ins by breaking into cars. Yes, you read that correctly.

According to Rosenberg police, it’s the season for theft and stealing. “Burglars are always watching, waiting for that chance to make the right move,” Officer Tim Kraus tells KHOU.

“They want easy targets,” says Asst. Chief Tracie Dunn.

So the solution that Rosenberg police have come up with to deal with this theft is to patrol shopping center parking lots and attempt to get inside privately owned vehicles.

“You can see all this stuff back there, it’s easy for someone to smash the window and grab it. Right here, I can get my hand in and open the door. We want to stop stuff like this,” as he reaches into a locked car and opens the door, setting off the alarm.

After the officers attempt to break into these vehicles, they are leaving little green report cards on how the car could have been more secure.
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Old 11-21-2014, 08:12 AM   #3303
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inspector generals hate cameras and love driving in the UK

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Old 11-21-2014, 08:46 AM   #3304
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Cops hate when you walk down the stairs in the public housing project building where you live:

http://pix11.com/2014/11/21/police-i...g-in-brooklyn/
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Old 11-21-2014, 08:55 AM   #3305
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they also hate when you're trying to get some social aid:

Sheriff suspends warrant checks at Social Services | Woodstock Times

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The policy, which began last month, called for all visitors to the DSS facility on Ulster Avenue to present identification to the deputies who run the metal detectors and perform bag checks at the entrance. IDs were checked against a statewide database of active warrants. Those found to be wanted by the law were detained and, if the arresting agency asked, taken into custody. During the 20 business days that the policy was in effect, 30 people were arrested after their name popped up on the warrant list. The majority of the arrests were for low-level misdemeanors and probation violation warrants. The program netted its first felony-level arrest last week when a Kingston man wanted for allegedly selling crack cocaine to an undercover cop was caught when he showed up at the DSS building.
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Old 11-21-2014, 05:05 PM   #3306
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they also hate when you're trying to get some social aid:

Sheriff suspends warrant checks at Social Services | Woodstock Times
Point of order:

Is it wrong for police to arrest criminals who have outstanding arrest warrants lawfully issued by a court?

Would it be better if police ignored the orders of the court?
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Old 11-21-2014, 05:35 PM   #3307
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Point of order:

Is it wrong for police to arrest criminals who have outstanding arrest warrants lawfully issued by a court?

Would it be better if police ignored the orders of the court?
I have no issues with what happened. I feel bad for the cop top be honest.
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Old 11-23-2014, 07:18 PM   #3308
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White cops hate when black children play with toys.
Cleveland police officer fatally shoots 12-year-old boy with air gun
POSTED 4:49 PM, NOVEMBER 23, 2014, BY CNN, UPDATED AT 04:50PM, NOVEMBER 23, 2014


“Airsoft gun” found on the juvenile involved in Saturday’s officer-involved shooting (Photo Credit: Fox 8)



Tamir Rice
Photo Credit: Timothy Kucharski



CLEVELAND, Ohio (CNN) — A Cleveland police officer responding to a call about a person with a gun fatally wounded a 12-year-old boy brandishing what turned out to be an air gun that looked very much like a real firearm, police said early Sunday.

The shooting Saturday afternoon came as the nation nervously awaited a grand jury decision on whether to charge the police officer who killed African-American teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August.

The attorney for the family of the Cleveland youngster, who also was black, downplayed any possible racial connotations to the shooting.

“This is not a black and white issue. This is a right and wrong issue,” attorney Tim Kucharski said.

Police were summoned to the scene outside a recreation center by a 911 caller who said someone — possibly a juvenile — was pointing a gun at people.

“There’s a guy in there with a pistol, you know, it’s probably fake, but he’s like pointing it at everybody,” the caller said, according to audio provided by CNN affiliate WEWS.

“He’s sitting on a swing right now, but he’s pulling it in and out of his pants and pointing it at people,” the caller said. “He’s probably a juvenile, you know?”

When the two officers arrived, the boy — identified as Tamir E. Rice — did not point the weapon at them or otherwise threaten them, Deputy Chief Ed Tomba of the Cleveland Division of Police told reporters early Sunday.

But Rice did reach for the weapon, Tomba said.

“The officers ordered him to stop and to show his hands and he went into his waistband and pulled out the weapon,” he said.

Tomba showed reporters the weapon — a large, black BB- or pellet-type replica gun resembling a semiautomatic pistol. An orange tip indicating the gun was an air gun had been removed, police said.

It wasn’t clear if officers had been told the weapon was not a firearm, Officer Ali Pillow told CNN on Sunday.

Both officers have been placed on leave, police said.

The 12-year-old died early Sunday at MetroHealth Medical Center following surgery, according to the hospital and the family’s attorney.

People who had gathered around the early-morning media scrum with Tomba hurled angry questions at him, accusing police of unnecessary violence.

“It’s a toy gun and a 12-year-old,” a woman in the crowd yelled as reporters tried to ask questions, according to video provided by WEWS.

While saying a thorough and open investigation was under way, Tomba defended the officers’ actions in what he called a “very, very tragic situation.”

“They were doing their job,” he said.

Police shootings of African-Americans, particularly young men, have been under rising scrutiny in recent months following the shooting of Brown by a white officer following a brief confrontation in Ferguson.

A grand jury is expected to soon make a decision whether Officer Darren Wilson should face criminal charges in that incident, which resulted in widespread protests over police violence against African-Americans.


Cleveland police officer fatally shoots 12-year-old boy with air gun | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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Removing the orange tip is what got him shot. Stupidity is it's own reward, sometimes.
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Removing the orange tip is what got him shot. Stupidity is it's own reward, sometimes.
Rule #1: Always blame the victim.
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Removing the orange tip is what got him shot. Stupidity is it's own reward, sometimes.
Am i the only one to put the blame on shitty parenting?
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Am i the only one to put the blame on shitty parenting?
If Scott has anything to say about it, yes.

It's unfair to hold people accountable for their own behavior. We should be able to act in any way we wish, without fear that people (including law enforcement) may mistake the intent of our actions, no matter how threatening they seem.
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If Scott has anything to say about it, yes.

It's unfair to hold people accountable for their own behavior. We should be able to act in any way we wish, without fear that people (including law enforcement) may mistake the intent of our actions, no matter how threatening they seem.
The level of false equivalence you'll reach for in your effort to make your point is stunning.
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Old 11-24-2014, 02:20 PM   #3314
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kid was stupid. police were stupid. and im sure the kid didn't have parents, so erat is stupid. .02c
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Old 11-24-2014, 02:32 PM   #3315
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This Police Chief's department so corrupt and shitty it brings him to tears:

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The only thing to fear in Utah are gun wielding maniacs:

Killings by Utah police outpacing gang, drug, child-abuse homicides | The Salt Lake Tribune

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n the past five years, more Utahns have been killed by police than by gang members.

Or drug dealers. Or from child abuse.

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Through October, 45 people had been killed by law enforcement officers in Utah since 2010, accounting for 15 percent of all homicides during that period.

A Salt Lake Tribune review of nearly 300 homicides, using media reports, state crime statistics, medical-examiner records and court records, shows that use of force by police is the second-most common circumstance under which Utahns kill each other, surpassed only by intimate partner violence.

Saturday’s shooting, which occurred after an officer responded to a trespassing call, remains under investigation.

Nearly all of the fatal shootings by police have been deemed by county prosecutors to be justified. Only one — the 2012 shooting of Danielle Willard by West Valley City police — was deemed unjustified, and the subsequent criminal charge was thrown out last month by a judge.
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Oh ****:

Giuliani: ?White police officers wouldn?t be there if you weren?t killing each other.? - The Washington Post

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“Black people who kill black people go to jail,” Dyson said. “White people who are policemen who kill black people do not go to jail.”

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“White police officers wouldn’t be there,” Giuliani said, “if you weren’t killing each other.”
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whatcha going to do if I violate his rights:

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Old 11-24-2014, 02:38 PM   #3319
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If you sleep behind a carwash, expect to be woken up with violence, beat down, and tased:

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I never got this pamphlet in HS:

New high school course: ?How to deal with cops? | New York Post

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The principal of East Side Community HS invited the New York Civil Liberties Union to give a two-day training session last week on interacting with police.

The 450 kids were coached on staying calm during NYPD encounters and given a “What To Do If You’re Stopped By The Police” pamphlet.

NYCLU representatives told kids to be polite and to keep their hands out of their pockets. But they also told students they don’t have to show ID or consent to searches, that it’s best to remain silent, and how to file a complaint against an officer.
(then again I live in one of the best counties on the country.)
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