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Old 09-02-2015, 01:13 PM   #5661
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want to stop terrorists? be a beat cop.

Indiana State Police won?t give up stingray records due to ?terrorism? risk | Ars Technica

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A California-based privacy activist who has filed hundreds of public records requests to learn about how cell-site simulators are used nationwide had a request denied earlier this week by the Indiana State Police.

However, the reason for the denial is a bit strange—the department seems to claim that releasing the requested information constitutes a possible risk to terrorism or even "agricultural terrorism."

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knock knock.

who's--BANG BANG BANG.

Homeowner shot, dog killed after police respond to the wrong house

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A man was shot by police when they responded to the wrong house in an incident that also saw the homeowner’s pet dog killed.

Police in Dekalb County, Georgia, USA, received a call about a suspicious person and rushed to what they thought was the house in question.

Having gone round to the back of the property, they found an unlocked window and door and believed the intruder to be inside.

However, after making their presence known, there was an exchange of gunfire that resulted in the homeowner being hit and his dog killed.

One of the police officers was also shot in the thigh and is said to be in a critical condition, while the homeowner’s condition is not known.

Director of public safety, Cedric Alexander, admitted that the police went to the wrong house.
garden variety thugs.

nothing gives them the right to break into someone's house and not expect the homeowner to be threatened and alarmed...


WAIT A MINUTE!!!!


Turns out the three cops entered the house from three different vantages, and all shot at anything that moved. This included: a dog, a homeowner, and other burglars/rapists.


and here is the ******* responsible for it:

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9 hrs · Atlanta, GA · Shaking trying to type this right now. I was out walking my dog Diego. I live on a dead end street, walking towards the cul-de-sac. There is a man a ways in front of me (saw him walk into the neighborhood) that walks to the farthest house at the end of the street, knocks on the front door, and then kind of just stands in the front yard for a few mins. Seems a little sketch considering I have seen the house owner before and it was't him and there have been several reported break-ins down that way. I gave him the benefit of the doubt however (maybe he walked to the store, locked out, etc) and turned around and started walking back towards my house. Diego stops to sniff something and I turn around and now the guy is nowhere to be seen. I then hear a loud sound and then dogs barking. I stand around a second and don't see anyone come out.

Kind of concerned at this point I call 911 and describe the house at the end of the cul-de-sac as well as the 50 year old black male and what he was wearing. I also told them that I wasn't sure anything was actually going on, and I wasn't trying to get anyone in trouble, but I felt like something wasn't right.

A few minutes later I am getting back to the house (opposite the cul-de-sac, towards the entrance of our street) in front of my front door, when I heard 5 or 6 gunshots very close by and heard a woman screaming. Turned around and saw blue police lights already flashing and people yelling. I fumbled my keys and went inside, terrified. About a min or two later I peek my head outside and see one of my neighbors about 3 houses down (opposite direction from my walk) holding his leg and yelling something to the effect of "You killed my dog!" and "You shot me in my own house! Meanwhile the wife of the man was clutching their one year old child, hysterically walking down the street to a neighbors house.

More cops come in, shotguns blazing. Cops running everywhere at this point. Meanwhile the wife is crying and telling the neighbors across from me what had happened. The frantic young wife was obviously furious and scared as she described cops coming in their back door and shooting her husband and shooting and killing their dog. An officer stayed with the man (white, young 30s) while he was still up the street in his own driveway, clutching his leg where he had been shot by the officer. According to neighbors during the chaos, an officer accidentally shot another officer.

Both were taken away from the scene in an ambulance. I was later interviewed by a detective and provided them my full testimony since my 911 call was the call that the police were responding to. The Associated Press who requested to talk to me on the phone. (They were able to reach me because Ronnie my girlfriend was not able to get home after work and was talking to me on the phone outside of the neighborhood and the reporter asked to talk to me.) I did this because already on the news they were spinning the story. There was a report of a "manhunt" and a search for a "suspect".

The "suspect" (or at least the suspicious person I called the cops on at the other end of the neighborhood) came walking back up to the crime scene shortly after. After speaking to him I realized that he was the person I had seen and he said he was trying to get someone to pay him for cutting their grass.

I feel awful because I explicitly said on the 911 call that I was unsure if anything was actually going on but I had a bad feeling after hearing the loud noise and dogs barking, especially with all the recent break-ins. The cops actually never interviewed him (which at that point I don't think it mattered because it seemed pretty clear he hadn't stolen something or done anything wrong and walked up the street to a crime scene to talk about it).

I am writing this partly as catharsis because I feel terrible that this all happened as a result. I'm also writing this because the news and media are already spinning this story to say that a police officer was shot in the line of duty while responding to a burglary call. While I give them credit for owning up to the fact that it was the wrong house (albeit presumably after I had given testimony to Associated Press), what they fail to highlight in this clickbait link is that this man who was sitting in his own house watching a movie with his wife was shot in the leg and his dog was murdered in his own house with his new baby in the house. The story is not "Let's all feel sympathetic for the cop that just killed a family's dog and and shot the unarmed homeowner in his own home."

I want to say first off that I know a cops job is very hard and I respect the job and the men and women serving when they do it the right way. This was NOT the right way. I explicitly said a house at the end of the cul-de-sac yet the media said the house "matched the description". I never even gave them an address. If you hear news telling you different they are manipulating the story.
this mother ****** litetally called a hit squad out to go break into a random house and start firing, and he still "repsects the work they do"

$20 says if I go and do the same to a random family, I won't be treated with any respect, especially if the victims are black. Because this is the "right way" police do it: break the law, create a narrative, hide behind immunity.


tl;dr only call the police if you want a person or dog dead.

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want to ignore all human decency and be a filthy POS scumbag? be a cop.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/02/ny...land.html?_r=1

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On June 22, 2013, Mr. Mercado was arrested in Brooklyn after allegedly trying to sell a small amount of heroin to an undercover police officer. He was taken to Rikers and, within 15 hours, died of complications of diabetes.

In this jail surveillance video obtained by The New York Times, he is seen walking unsteadily and carrying his vomit in a plastic bag. At one point he collapses on the floor and is left lying there for three minutes while correction officers step over him. Rankin & Taylor, a law firm representing Mr. Mercado’s family, is in settlement negotiations with the city.
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want to create a narrative and hide behind immunity? be a cop.

Autopsy Reveals El Paso Man Who "Charged At" Cops Was Shot In the Back

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On April 29th, 2015 El Paso Police were responding to a burglary on the block that Erik Salas Sanchez lived on. Police encountered Sanchez at a home which was not the one burglarized, but the one where he lived with his mother. She claims that police arrived at their home and asked her to come out. At this point, for reasons unknown, Erik began to yell at the police.

Police claim that during his tirade, Erik threatened them with a ‘metal object’, and they had no choice but to attempt to subdue him with a taser. They said that when the taser failed and Sanchez began charging at them, they had no choice but to fire on him. Their bullets struck him three times and he later died from the injuries.

ABC7 has obtained a copy of the eight page report of Sanchez’s autopsy. The three bullets struck him on both sides of his back and once in the buttocks. All from behind.
Let's go through the checklist of policing "right way" :

break into the wrong house. check.
kill random people. check.
create a narrative. check.
high five after hiding behind immunity. check.
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this is exactly why poeple need to stop killing police if they want things to be better:

Chicago manhunt for 3 armed suspects after police officer is shot | Daily Mail Online

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here's an honest cop:

Ex-Secret Service agent pleads guilty in Silk Road case; he pocketed $820,000 in bitcoin - LA Times

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A former U.S. Secret Service agent who was part of a team investigating illegal activity on the online drug market Silk Road has pleaded guilty to money laundering and obstruction of justice, prosecutors announced Monday.

Shaun W. Bridges, 32, of Laurel, Md., pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in San Francisco. He used his position as a special agent with the Secret Service to steal more than $820,000 worth of bitcoin digital currency from Silk Road accounts in 2013, prosecutors said.
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Want to just be utterly awful at your job? be a cop.

Calgary woman says police returned her stolen vehicle with a baggie of cocaine a

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The overlooked baggie of cocaine and crack pipe were bad enough.

But when Courtney Pickering found a gun tucked under the front passenger seat of her car, accessible to her three-year-old son, she frankly lost it.

So confesses the 26-year-old single mom, who was already dealing with the headache of a stolen car and a bank account drained by the same thieves, when she discovered evidence of what she claims was poor police work by Calgary’s finest.

“The gun was sticking out, right where my son sits, right in front of him, and he climbs into his car seat on his own — that’s just scary,” said Pickering.

“If he’d found the cocaine, there was enough there to have killed him.”

The allegations are now with the Calgary Police Service Professional Standards section, after Pickering filed an official complaint about the condition of her stolen Dodge car when officers returned it to her.

Not the dashboard smashed by crooks when they stole the car from behind her Mayland Heights home on August 24 — that she expected, after police called to say they’d recovered the vehicle, and it would be released to her following a forensic audit.

It was what was inside that horrified Pickering, after she got the call to collect the vehicle from the impound lot.

As soon as she climbed in, Pickering says she realized no cop had ever bothered to look inside the car for evidence.

Searching around for her own registration, Pickering says she opened the glovebox and found four pieces of ID, none of which belonged to her.

Then, inside the cupholder, Pickering says she found a small bag of what appeared to be cocaine.

Upset, she got out, and with the impound lot attendant watching, she opened the back door — the rear window was half open — and immediately saw a crack pipe, sitting in plain view on a seat.

That wasn’t all, says the angry mom.

Inside the front passenger side door was a knife, and on the floor, a length of heavy pipe.

“It was all blatantly obvious,” said Pickering.

Thinking a mistake must have been made, Pickering says she decided to leave the car in the lot, after taking a video of the contents for reference.

“My honest first thoughts were that the impound staff had accidentally called me too soon and the police hadn’t finished their investigation,” she said.

“Clearly items used for the purpose of a crime and actual hard drugs did not seem like something the police would release back to an unknowing civilian.”

Pickering says what followed is what convinced her to report the investigation to Professional Standards.

First, she says, there was the abrupt officer who grumpily agreed to have someone check the car’s interior for any further hazards, and then the cop who called from the the impound lot to say, “I don’t have much time for this, like, three minutes, so what am I looking for in here?”

In between, there were excuses, with someone from the non-emergency line saying police will never remove things from stolen cars, even as Pickering argued the weapons and drugs were there in plain view.

Still, when the officer with only three minutes to spare told her the car was now “good to be released”, Pickering says she trusted him — which is why the gun made her really furious.

“Having a chance to now inspect the vehicle in daylight for the first time, I looked more thoroughly around and under the drivers and front passenger seat,” she said.

“I pulled out a men’s flipflop and noticed a hammer was also under there. As soon as I touched it, I noticed the butt end of a gun.”

The gun, as it turns out, was a pellet gun — but the fact it was still there, along with all the other evidence, convinced Pickering to file an official complaint.

“Maybe I can stop this happening to someone else,” she said.

“To say I am disgusted with the apparent ‘policies’ that the police abide by is an understatement to say the least.”

Police said they were aware of the allegation, but they have yet to officially respond.
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want to turn a voluntary wellness check into an illegal detainment and search, violating multiple policies, laws, and orders, all while being protected from lawsuit? be a cop.



stop answering your door for police. Most people don't allow murderous rapists hell-bent on destorying your life into their homes.
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"real police work"

harassing those you who pay salary so you can go home and rape your wife with the half-chubby you got from it.

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police dont like it when you try to keep people from speeding.


it cuts down on the revenue to pay for their pension.
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I was ordered to step out of the car for having a flat tire. The conversation escalated and it quickly became an interrogation about my whereabouts and personal business... This is not the Soviet Union...
this dude should have just STFU though. like for realsies.
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this dude should have just STFU though. like for realsies.
I do believe that's the first sensible thing I've heard you post here.

In general, shutting the **** up (which includes not being a douchebag through your actions as well as your words) would have prevented / de-escalated at least 75% of the police confrontations posted heretofore in this thread.
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Arby’s worker allegedly refuses to service police officer in Florida
POSTED 1:58 PM, SEPTEMBER 2, 2015, BY SAMANTHA TATA

PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. — A police officer walked into an Arby’s but walked out empty handed after allegedly being denied service simply because of their uniform, the officer’s chief said.

It happened Tuesday evening at an Arby’s on Pines Boulevard in Pembroke Pines, Fla., the chief said.

“I am offended and appalled that an individual within our community would treat a police officer in such a manner,” Chief Dan Giustino said in a statement. “It is unacceptable, and I will be contacting the Arby’s CEO to demand an apology.”

Police said this seems to be an isolated incident and emphasized that it does not reflect the entire community. Giustino shared a story of a mother-daughter pair who surprised officers with cookies and a ‘Thank you’ card the same night one of their own was rejected from the fast-food restaurant.

PIX11 News has requested comment from Arby’s corporate team and will update this article when that call is returned.

Arby?s worker allegedly refuses to service police officer in Florida | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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Police Officer Soothes Dog Who Bit Him While On A Call For Service



A Texas dog owner is thanking a police officer for reacting with compassion rather than force after his dog bit him.

The incident occurred when Geoff Wightman called Round Rock Police after he noticed a neighborhood disturbance. The war veteran and father let the dispatcher know that his four-year-old son and his dog Jilaroo were at home with him.

Jillaroo is an Australian Shepherd with a protective nature. The loyal dog helped protect her home and family while Geoff served overseas. Officer Randall Frederick showed up at their door early and Geoff did not have time to secure Jillaroo away. So when Geoff’s son answered the door and Jillaroo saw the stranger approach the boy, she reacted instinctively and bit Officer Frederick on the leg. But instead of reacting aggressively, the cop attempted to soothe and calm Jillaroo.



What Frederick did impressed Geoff that he wrote a letter to the department to express how impressed and thankful he was by the officer’s actions.

Below is an excerpt from Geoff’s letter:
“Today, I needed to file a report about a disturbance and the dispatcher who took my report said the patrolman would call before he arrived. We have one dog (an Australian Shepherd) who is very protective of my family.

“When the officer arrived and rang the doorbell earlier than I expected, I ran downstairs, but my four year old son was already at the door with our dog. When my son opened the door and started to approach the Officer, the dog immediately put herself between him and the Officer and ended up biting the Officer twice on the leg – not viciously, but still creating bruises and breaking skin. The Officer was slowly backing up and trying to get her to calm down with outstretched hands. Luckily I was there an instant later and separated her.



“The Officer then proceeded to take my report about the issue I had originally called about in a very calm and professional manner. I asked him if my dog got him and he said “Yeah a little – I am sorry I should have called first.” (He did not need to call or apologize at all). Protocol necessitated he call in the bite (understandable) so that Animal Control could take a report and do a rabies vaccination check and the standard 10 day in home quarantine – BUT that’s where it ended. The Officer did not strike back against my dog during the incident, did not act disproportionately, he did not file charges or wish her punished, but instead said “She was just doing her job.”

“He was absolutely professional and trained and we thank him for it, as we know it could have turned out very differently. I am a grown man, a veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, and I am getting emotional over this. We love our sweet dog with all our heart but she is extremely protective, which is a quality in this day and age that is both bad and good with an outcome that always comes down to who is involved.

“I tried to look up news stories where Police Officers had been bitten by dogs to glean some perspective, but all I saw were terrible stories where dogs were being tased and shot by the Police – sometimes with very ambiguous circumstances.

“I want everyone to know that in Round Rock, TX we have some pretty darn fine police officers who do a job a lot of the time without much thanks or recognition. This little incident should show you what kind of caliber people we have protecting us and maybe they should get a little credit from time to time for doing things right that nationally seem to be very difficult. I will be shaking all RRPD Officers hands when I see them from now on.”
Appropriately, Officer Frederick has also been commended by his department for his handling of the situation. He received a Chief’s CHIP Challenge coin in recognition of his compassionate and intelligent response to the situation.



The department has made efforts to educate their officers on handling family dogs through their program called BARK (Be Aware of Residential K9s) and it certainly paid off in this instance. The program also encourages pet owners to register their dogs with the department so that dispatchers can alert officers about what pets may be present before they arrive on the scene.

There are many sad stories in the media of police officers shooting dogs, so it’s nice to hear one that proves there are police officers out there taking the time to understand dog behavior and responding appropriately in the circumstances.

Police Officer Soothes Dog Who Bit Him While On A Call For Service
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rapist off duty.

Brawl leaves CPD officer wounded, jobless, facing charges - FOX Carolina 21

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he Columbia Police Department says they've fired an officer who was involved in a fight and shooting at a Richland County nightclub.

Officer Tracey Hudson, who was off-duty during the incident, has been let go for neglect of duty offenses, willful violation of policies and procedures, improper conduct offenses, use and handling of weapons, and carrying of handguns off-duty.

The incident broke out in a nightclub parking lot in northeast Richland County near Hard Scrabble Road. The club used to be called Serenity, but there was little of that in the parking lot around 11:30 p.m.

Richland County Sheriff Deputies say when they got to the club on a side road called Rice Meadow Way, they found two men with gunshot wounds. The fight starting inside with an argument that turned physical.

Hudson is said to have gone out to the parking lot to get a gun. Investigators say as the argument continued in the parking lot, Hudson retrieved a gun from his vehicle.

Sheriff deputies say Hudson first struck the victim in the face with a closed fist, and the two then got into a physical struggle, where Hudson allegedly struck the victim in the head with the gun.

When the two continued fighting, the Sheriff stated, the gun subsequently went off, striking both the victim in the arm, and Hudson in the leg.

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott says Hudson will be placed under arrest, once he is released from an area hospital, on charges of Assault and Battery of A High and Aggravated Nature, and Pointing and Presenting a Firearm.

Hudson had been with the department since 2008.
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A Texas dog owner is thanking a police officer for reacting with compassion rather than force after his dog bit him.

The incident occurred when Geoff Wightman called Round Rock Police after he noticed a neighborhood disturbance. The war veteran and father let the dispatcher know that his four-year-old son and his dog Jilaroo were at home with him.

Jillaroo is an Australian Shepherd with a protective nature. The loyal dog helped protect her home and family while Geoff served overseas. Officer Randall Frederick showed up at their door early and Geoff did not have time to secure Jillaroo away. So when Geoff’s son answered the door and Jillaroo saw the stranger approach the boy, she reacted instinctively and bit Officer Frederick on the leg. But instead of reacting aggressively, the cop attempted to soothe and calm Jillaroo.



What Frederick did impressed Geoff that he wrote a letter to the department to express how impressed and thankful he was by the officer’s actions.

Below is an excerpt from Geoff’s letter:
“Today, I needed to file a report about a disturbance and the dispatcher who took my report said the patrolman would call before he arrived. We have one dog (an Australian Shepherd) who is very protective of my family.

“When the officer arrived and rang the doorbell earlier than I expected, I ran downstairs, but my four year old son was already at the door with our dog. When my son opened the door and started to approach the Officer, the dog immediately put herself between him and the Officer and ended up biting the Officer twice on the leg – not viciously, but still creating bruises and breaking skin. The Officer was slowly backing up and trying to get her to calm down with outstretched hands. Luckily I was there an instant later and separated her.



“The Officer then proceeded to take my report about the issue I had originally called about in a very calm and professional manner. I asked him if my dog got him and he said “Yeah a little – I am sorry I should have called first.” (He did not need to call or apologize at all). Protocol necessitated he call in the bite (understandable) so that Animal Control could take a report and do a rabies vaccination check and the standard 10 day in home quarantine – BUT that’s where it ended. The Officer did not strike back against my dog during the incident, did not act disproportionately, he did not file charges or wish her punished, but instead said “She was just doing her job.”

“He was absolutely professional and trained and we thank him for it, as we know it could have turned out very differently. I am a grown man, a veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, and I am getting emotional over this. We love our sweet dog with all our heart but she is extremely protective, which is a quality in this day and age that is both bad and good with an outcome that always comes down to who is involved.

“I tried to look up news stories where Police Officers had been bitten by dogs to glean some perspective, but all I saw were terrible stories where dogs were being tased and shot by the Police – sometimes with very ambiguous circumstances.

“I want everyone to know that in Round Rock, TX we have some pretty darn fine police officers who do a job a lot of the time without much thanks or recognition. This little incident should show you what kind of caliber people we have protecting us and maybe they should get a little credit from time to time for doing things right that nationally seem to be very difficult. I will be shaking all RRPD Officers hands when I see them from now on.”
Appropriately, Officer Frederick has also been commended by his department for his handling of the situation. He received a Chief’s CHIP Challenge coin in recognition of his compassionate and intelligent response to the situation.



The department has made efforts to educate their officers on handling family dogs through their program called BARK (Be Aware of Residential K9s) and it certainly paid off in this instance. The program also encourages pet owners to register their dogs with the department so that dispatchers can alert officers about what pets may be present before they arrive on the scene.

There are many sad stories in the media of police officers shooting dogs, so it’s nice to hear one that proves there are police officers out there taking the time to understand dog behavior and responding appropriately in the circumstances.

Police Officer Soothes Dog Who Bit Him While On A Call For Service

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Dog Rescuer Visited By Homeland Security for Making Facebook Posts About Cops Shooting Dogs | The Free Thought Project

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A dog rescuer was recently harassed by local police for walking his dogs in a public park. When a video of the encounter went viral, agents from the Department of Homeland Security were sent to his home, because of alleged “anti-cop” posts that were seen on his Facebook page.

Independent dog rescuer Damion Trakas has been taking dogs off the streets for years and has had great success training them to be well-mannered and friendly. Many of the dogs that Damion rescues are pit bulls. Unfortunately, although the dogs are well-behaved, there is still a social stigma against the breed, and he has faced regular persecution for taking his dogs to the Cione Park near his house.
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On one recent occasion while walking his dogs in the park, Trakas says he was approached by a threatening man who was attending a nearby children’s soccer game. The man made comments about pit bulls and made threats to both Trakas and his dogs. Damion responded by telling the man to mind his own business and said that he had just as much of a right to be in the park than anyone else. He also told the man that it would be a very bad idea to follow through on those threats and attack one of his dogs. He then walked off, but moments later decided to walk back and make peace because they all have to share the park. He was brushed off by the man, who told him that he had no desire to hear anything that Trakas had to say.

As this conversation was happening, police began arriving on the scene because they were called at some point earlier. Damion talked with the police and displayed how well-behaved his dogs were. Surprisingly the police sided with him and told everyone that he had just as much of a right to be in the park as anyone else does. The next time he went to the park, Damion spoke with other regulars there and learned that the people who threatened him and called the cops on him were actually off-duty police officers themselves.

The soccer team in which these alleged off-duty officers are involved with their children meets every Sunday, and Damion continued to take his dogs to the park throughout the week without any troubles. However, when the next Sunday rolled around, the police were called on him again. This time they were obviously there on a personal vendetta, and they were not nearly as understanding about the situation. When the police became aggressive with Damion he took out his cellphone and began to record the encounter.
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Old 09-02-2015, 03:44 PM   #5678
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Would you prefer that he did his raping while on-duty? Seems that would create more problems than it solved.




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I don't like violent thugs killing innocent things of any kind.
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this is exactly why poeple need to stop killing police if they want things to be better:

Chicago manhunt for 3 armed suspects after police officer is shot | Daily Mail Online

just scroll through the pictures of our military rapists looking for revenge...
This is (was) happening literally in my neighborhood. Cops EVERYWHERE. They didn't want people outside their homes, and were offering to take our dogs for walks after the sunset.

FWIW, this area is known for having really good cops. They'd much rather pour your beer out and give you a ride home than give you the typical gestapo cop asskicking.
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