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    07-23-2016, 04:33 PM
    If I remember right this same cop shot a chained-up dog in someone's garage. Wonder what else he's done while "protectin' and serving" in the years since ?
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    07-22-2016, 06:36 PM
    Yup -- "negligent discharge" is what it will be played up as, whether intentional or not. The worse this cop will face is a firing/forced resignation -- then it will be onto the next cop shop for him.
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    07-22-2016, 06:27 PM
    The fun (for the officers) starts at around 2:30. She seems to be agreeing to get out on her own, but the creep grabs her and throws her into another vehicle parked nearby ...
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    07-22-2016, 06:16 PM
    On another site officers are describing this as an "attitude adjustment" and bragging how they have done far worse during their own "take downs." "When I take someone down to the ground it usually knocks all the air out of 'em -- that was weak!" Creeps. And they probably do this dozens of times every day nationwide, and for things like this that did not need physical force. And being a woman or child won't get you any mercy. It's so hard to understand why some "things" happen in response after some people see these videos ... yeah, it's all the fault of that damned liberal media, trying to make the good guys look bad ... http://kxan.com/2016/07/21/apd-officer-throws-woman-to-the-ground-during-traffic-stop/
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    07-22-2016, 08:39 AM
    It's all robocop SOP -- no thinking or discretion required. Everyone gets cuffed and stuffed -- even an innocent bystander. The victim is just lucky they didn't hit an artery, or he'd be dead (lots have died that way -- cops aren't going to render first aid except to other cops, plus it's not like there would ever be any consequences for them -- and dead men tell no tales).
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    07-22-2016, 08:33 AM
    I also read that he was using an M-16/M4 variant that had three-shot burst. If so, it begs the question why are police allowed to have automatic weapons (I think some PDs even have M16A1's, which are truly full-auto select fire) ? Unless you are *really* good at controlling the muzzle-rise the first shot goes on target and next two go wherever they end up. If it was a regular AR-15, that means the trigger was pulled three times. In any event, in this case there shouldn't have been even one shot fired.
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    07-21-2016, 09:42 PM
    I'm no fan of Obama, but law enforcement didn't just magically turn bad starting in 2009. The ones most in charge are at the local and state levels (sheriffs, police chiefs, etc) -- and the people have allowed them to run wild with no accountability for many years -- therein lies the problem. Trump is promising the return of "law and order" though ...
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    07-21-2016, 06:58 PM
    Cops nationwide must be letting out a sigh of relief, thankful that this guy didn't die -- so any "unrest" is unlikely. Next time they may not be so lucky. Unbelievable that the chief and the police union are backing officer quick draw 100% -- that's where any ire should be directed , not random cops so much. As long at the people at the top keep allowing these things to happen they will; hold them "accountable" and things might change.
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    07-21-2016, 12:23 PM
    I didn't catch it at first, but it sounds like the cop went back to his car, grabbed his AR-15, then shot the dog THROUGH the fence. Then he took off and another cop didn't come out for over an hour, while the dog bled out. Then the chief of police defends this as "self defense." And people wail out "why!?" when cops get shot ... Too bad it didn't end like that one case a couple of years back, where the cop tried to shoot a dog thru a fence, and the bullet ricocheted back and hit him in the gut (LOL) ...
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    07-21-2016, 12:19 PM
    Or, as Eric Peters once put it : "to the police we are ALL n*ggers" ... I doubt that race plays any role in the shootings of blacks, other than it is a reality that "driving/walking while black" is more likely to initiate a contact with the police. However, black, white, what ever, any contact that doesn't go the way the Enforcer expects it to can result in a summary execution.
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    07-21-2016, 07:14 AM
    Ain't gonna happen -- around here people are having yard sales and other fund raisers to raise $$$ for the police -- I guess having tax money stolen and asset forfeiture isn't enough .
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    07-20-2016, 09:01 PM
    A while back I was out walking my dog by an apt complex nearby and saw an officer casually standing around outside with an AR-15 at the ready -- the perfect tool to use for what looked to be a nothing situation in an apartment building -- but now there will be more of that, and Boobus and Bubba will think it's just wonderful.
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    07-20-2016, 08:52 PM
    "I don't know" was the officer's response when the man asked why he was shot ... he might as well have just come right out and said "fuck you, that's why!" .... Another case of somebody calling the police to help with a "suicidal" person -- they often show up more than happy to assist with that. http://www.local10.com/news/man-in-good-condition-after-being-shot-by-north-miami-police-officer
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    07-20-2016, 09:40 AM
    If he is convicted he will of course get the minimum punishment cops that seem to always get (suspended sentence, probation, time already served, etc). Then there might be protests or worse and people will wonder "why?" ...
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    07-19-2016, 09:32 AM
    This officer's acquittal was celebrated at the GOP convention last night, by that sheriff who is a darling of the conservatives -- it looks as though we will have plenty more "law and order" on the way under Trump (not that the alternative would be any better).
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    07-14-2016, 10:56 AM
    Looking on other sites and the Fresno PD facebook all I am seeing for the most part is "good shoot" and "suicide by cop." The kid failed to follow the script to the letter (had his hand behind his back at one point,etc), so it's comply or die -- complete with a final shotgun blast while laying on the ground with three other gunshots. Anything less than immediately throwing yourself to the ground in complete submission will get you executed, if they so choose.
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    07-13-2016, 09:11 PM
    Body cam released : http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/article89431417.html
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    07-13-2016, 04:33 PM
    Har har. Well, at least he was white, so it is a laughing matter. If he had been black it could have set off another "blowback" mass killing of officers (maybe a good reason to avoid unnecessary shootings?). Though of course what happened last week wasn't any sort of blowback, it was just something that came out of nowhere, for no reason whatsoever -- not triggered by any thing the cops have ever done.
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    07-13-2016, 03:03 PM
    Could explain why we have so many crappy law enforcement officers.
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    07-13-2016, 02:14 PM
    Add fingers to the list of things you can be shot for displaying (others include wallet, pen, cell phone, cane, candy bar, on and on). In before the good ol' bootlicker excuse "suicide by cop." Though of course it's not a good idea to point anything at cops, I think sometimes they probably shoot knowing damn well what's being pointed is not a gun, but they shoot anyway just because they know they can do it and nothing will ever happen (like the good ol' "reached for his waistband" excuse). http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/footage-shows-police-shooting-man-hands-gun-graphic-article-1.2709159
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    07-13-2016, 12:17 PM
    The same thing could be said of "blue lives" -- they are non-contributing parasites themselves, for the most part. At least the heroin addicts aren't running around shooting dogs, extorting money, and assaulting people for "crimes" like jaywalking or drinking a beer on their front lawn. The occasional shooting of a truly unarmed, non-threatening person is just one very small part of police abuse, but unfortunately it's the only thing that gets focused on (and wrongly turned into a racial issue by some). For example, every time a motorist is pulled over and ticketed for a seat belt violation that is a form of police abuse (extorting money on the side of the road with consequences up to and including death for the "violator" -- all depending upon what the Enforcer chooses to do).
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    07-10-2016, 09:43 AM
    Under the currently acceptable rules of engagement just having a pistol visible and within reach is enough to get you shot, so long as the officer claims to feel "threatened." I don't know what the MN CCW law is, and I'm sure some places it's perfectly legal to have one sitting in your lap or laying in the console, but that won't keep you from getting shot, with the grand jury's seal of approval. If he really did have a pistol in his lap it doesn't look good for him, since anyone with any sense and no bad intentions would quickly hide it -- but it also doesn't make sense that he'd keep it there and then mention he had a permit (if that even happened, we just have the girlfriend's word to go on, and she seems a bit shady). I guess we will just have to wait and see - it doesn't help that PDs always drag their feet releasing even the most basic information (I don't think they said anything about the cop seeing a pistol in his lap, and I'm not even sure if they've confirmed yet if he had a valid permit or not). It almost seems like they want to create doubt and confusion -- partially to cover their asses, and partially to stir things up.
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    07-09-2016, 04:53 PM
    Not really on topic, but kind of goes with the "wag the dog" thing -- the North Korean-style state funeral events have already begun. I saw on the news a bit ago an entire interstate shut down for one hearse moving one of the deceased officer's body a few miles. And right now at Dallas PD headquarters they are hut-hutting around over some supposed "threat." They're gonna milk this for all it's worth.
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    07-09-2016, 08:41 AM
    Yeah, it'd be nice if people would realize it's not just a "black thing" -- it's really more a case of #OnlyBlueLivesMatter . Of course I'm sure that black people are profiled in some places and are thus pulled over more, but no one is being killed for "being black." Unfortunately BLM is probably the closest thing we will ever have to a mass anti-police movement -- and they are barking up the wrong tree.
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    07-09-2016, 07:35 AM
    The blue line worshipers are working overtime to try and smear the victim to make this look like a good shoot. Some conservative website is claiming that he had a pistol in his lap. I think if that were really the case the police would have reported it right away (I don't think they have). They are also claiming his concealed carry permit is invalid, or that he never had one (as if that justifies what happened). And of course going on and on about his extensive "criminal record" -- which is mostly things like parking on the wrong side of the street, blocking the snow plows. Also, there's video of him smoking pot on July 4th ... another thing making it a "good shoot." Here's one of the conservative sites pushing all of this, if anyone wants to look. They have a video still that supposedly shows a pistol on his lap -- all I can see is a shiny rectangular object, possibly a wallet :
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    07-08-2016, 11:55 AM
    I think there is no such requirement in Minnesota. I think the cop just heard the word "gun" and went into robocop freakout mode -- as they are trained to do. Just another example of why it's a good idea to say as little as possible when dealing with these lunatics -- the guy would still be alive if he hadn't tried to be "courteous" to the cop.
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    07-08-2016, 11:46 AM
    I don't think this has been posted here, and of course hasn't received any attention in the mainstream media -- and I'm supposing now it won't at all, since exposing these things will now be considered "encouraging violence against police." I suppose some bootlickers will say "suicide by cop", since he failed at playing the cop version of "Simon Says." That doesn't explain the final kill shot with a shotgun as he was lying on the ground face down. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-video-shooting-dylan-noble-20160707-snap-story.html
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  • SeanTX's Avatar
    07-07-2016, 09:47 PM
    Away we go -- this won't accomplish anything other than to win more sympathy for the police and win more support for the police state, and make things worse. Latest word is they believe one of the shooters had open-carried an AR-15 at the protest (though others dispute that). http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Protests-in-Dallas-Over-Alton-Sterling-Death-385784431.html#ixzz4Dmkf4teO
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    07-07-2016, 06:24 PM
    It's really all about playing each individual officer's game of "Simon Says." A game with very high stakes for the person being detained by the land pirate. It doesn't matter if you did nothing wrong or illegal, if you don't play the game correctly you deserve whatever happens to you, up to and including a road-side execution (so sayeth the boot lickers). I guess we can all start doing like Sean Hannity says he does -- he says he places both hands out the window when pulled over, and that he doesn't move them until ordered to (I'm not sure if he also gets down to lick the officer's boots afterwards or what).
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    07-07-2016, 12:44 PM
    Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't catch your sarcasm -- what I get for just skimming through the thread.
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