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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Barves2125, May 28, 2015.
Apparently there was an officer shooting someone at a school in Eugene yesterday, is this the right thread for it? It's on the local news sites but the vid is heavily edited.
found a youtube
Why is he a bad cop?
Cant blame the cop there.
I didn't see another thread to put it in.
There is a bad criminals thread.
Well, dammit, use your nazi mod powers and move it. I promise not to make a thread crying about it.
I am grilling, drinking and watching the two greatest CBB players of all time. So asking me to work will earn you a ban.
don't reply just comply
Using those grilling tools and whiskey stones?
Yeah I am. I used the whiskey stuff last week tonight is the grilling tools and the glasses but with wine. Was going to post the glasses with some bourbon in them. I put the stones in the glasses but I honestly couldn’t tell you if they keep the booze cold since I drink it too fast. You honestly gave me shit to my favorite shit on earth.
Clean your grates, you savage.
It adds flavor
It adds flare ups and bacteria.
I was being sarcastic man. That grill is gross unless he just cooked for 150 people today
That’s the third round you want me to clean them each time? I hate this site.
Ugh. I usually clean after I am done grilling. I had just taken some off and saw Beeds07 post so I took a fucking picture of me using my SS gift before I took the rest off. You and dblplay1212 can kindly blow me.
I take my meat serious
I know you do and I mean that sexually. But honestly I should know better. I should have staged my picture better. But, after two bottles of wine I lost my sense.
Fatal End To An Alleged Game Of Russian Roulette For St. Louis Police Officer
January 26, 201910:41 AM ET
A St. Louis police officer has been charged with manslaughter in the death of another officer, allegedly by shooting her during a game of Russian roulette.
Katlyn Alix, 24, died while off-duty early Thursday morning, according to a probable cause statement from the St. Louis Police Department.
The statement says that Officer Nathaniel Hendren shot Alix in the chest while they were handing a revolver back-and-forth, taking turns pulling the trigger.
"Officer Alix was an enthusiastic and energetic young woman," police Chief John Hayden wrote on Twitter on Thursday via the St. Louis Police Department.
Hendren, who was on duty at the time of the incident, met Alix at his home, according to the statement from Sgt. Richard Hellmeier. They were "playing with firearms" when Hendren produced a revolver, emptied the cylinder and put one cartridge back in.
According to Hellmeier, Hendren first pointed the gun "away" and pulled the trigger, but the revolver did not fire. Alix then took the weapon, aimed it at Hendren and pulled the trigger, but still the gun did not fire.
On the third shot, Hendren pulled the trigger while pointing the gun at Alix, and the gun discharged, the statement reads. Alix died from a gunshot wound to the chest.
Kimberly Gardner, the circuit attorney for the city of St. Louis, wrote in a statement Friday that her office had filed charges against Hendren for involuntary manslaughter. The felony carries a sentence of three to 10 years in prison.
Alix "represented the police department in an honorable manner, and she had a very bright future," Gardner wrote. Alix was hired by the department in June 2016, according to St. Louis Today.
Alix's mother, Aimee Chadwick, told KMOV that her daughter loved her job as a police officer.
"Katie was one of a kind," she said. "There will never be another Katie. She was the most generous person, kindest person. If you needed her, she would be there."
Alix served six years in a military police unit prior to joining the police force, The Washington Post reports. She married a fellow officer in October 2018.
Hendren's partner, who has not yet been named, was also present during the game, according to the statement.
"He advised that he told the defendant and victim that they shouldn't be playing with guns and that they were police officers," the statement reads. "He felt uncomfortable ... and he started to leave."
The partner says that he left the room but heard the shot while still in the apartment and returned to find Alix shot in the chest.
There another thread for white killers always taken alive?
(CNN)The young man accused of killing five people in Louisiana was arrested Sunday morning in Richmond County, Virginia, after briefly pointing a weapon at deputies, Sheriff Steve Smith said.
The deputies had been called to the home of a member of Dakota Theriot's family to check on the residence when Theriot pulled up in a vehicle with a gun pointed out the window, Smith said.
Sean Wurzburg, a TWP affiliate, Ayres wrote, was “observed holding what appears to be a folding blade knife in his right hand when he initially engaged with” a counter-protester. He continued:
Moments later they are observed rolling in the bushes … and Wurzburg was seen making some downward thrusting motions. [The protester] sustained a stab wound to the … abdomen. There is insufficient evidence to determine if Wurzburg is solely responsible for the wound that [the protester] sustained. What is known, is that Wurzburg and [the protester] were in physical confrontation, Wurzburg had what appeared to be a folding knife in his hand [and] during the fight Wurzburg is seen making downward thrusting motions before they separate.
“I was unable to specifically place Wurzburg as solely responsible for any specific injuries on those protestors who were known to be injured,” Ayres concluded, saying it was “unknown if Wurzburg committed any crimes”.
They had a scuffle. One had a knife. One got stabbed. Not sure if the one with a knife stabbed him.
This is literally the most dbl argument ever.
Unions protecting shit dudes like this are such a huge problem. They have so much cause to fire him.
He was serious too, because a few hours later, he pulled up in front of the Auto Zone where the black man worked, pulled a rolling office chair out of the back of his car, and sat right in front of the store for 40 minutes while on the clock and in uniform. He told people who asked that he was waiting for the black man to come out and apologize to him.
This entire incident was captured on his body camera as well. Many people, including other police officers, questioned Poblocki about why he was sitting there.
He told one officer that he was “cold kickin’ it” and doing some “community-oriented policing stuff.”
He told another citizen that some guy had called him “a ho and a bitch,” and that he planned to stay out there until he got his apology.
More than one person rebuked Poblocki and his actions. One witness, who was white, told Poblocki that he considered what he was doing to be harassment. The witness filed a complaint that same day with the Office of Police Accountability (OPA), and called Poblocki’s actions “a complete waste of taxpayer money” that “promotes poor relations with the community.”
According to an Aug. 2, 2018 memo from OPA, an officer who reported to Poblocki pulled up and asked him what he was doing out there.
“I’m just hanging,” Poblocki said. “I don’t know if I told ya, I got a little disrespected earlier today. I think I deserve an apology. Do you know that broke down purple Crown Vic? That’s not his car. That’s his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend’s, who is currently in jail. You would think he would have enough pride not to be driving around his girlfriend’s ex-man’s car. I think I’m owed an apology.”
According to the Oct. 12, 2018 Disciplinary Action Report in which Chief of Police Carmen Best suspended Poblocki and demoted him back down to officer, this was not his first time being disciplined or addressed for having a nasty attitude and demeanor when dealing with the public. In fact, Best noted that Poblocki had been “disciplined and counseled” on his professionalism “repeatedly.”
The day before the infamous Auto Zone incident, Poblocki was counseled regarding inappropriate comments he made to someone during a traffic stop. In October 2016, his supervisor cautioned him that he should avoid sarcasm when interacting with the public. He was suspended twice before for violating the department’s professionalism policy.
A good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun unless that good guy is black. Then the cops kill him and don't even go to a grand jury
They need to release all of this:
As part of the probe, the state Bureau of Investigation interviewed dozens of witnesses and examined hundreds of pieces of evidence, including security video, police bodycam footage and numerous cellphone videos taken by shoppers, according to the report.
Did you just intentionally ignore the other thread you made numerous posts and assumptions? They posted the evidence other there.
That's fucked up. I could muster up some respect for 2A freaks if they made even a little fuss over shit like this
Think you need to dig a little deeper, Bud.
Sad that being treated like shit but not getting killed is a better outcome than what I expected to occur
That guy handled it better than I probably would have. Call me boy and snatch my kid from me when I'm just sitting on a curb? Naaaaaa.
would like to see if the police documented “history” of false arrests, assuming not. I’d also like to know what that encompasses. NoleNBlue what you think?
It’s BSO so it doesn’t surprise me. Most departments fire you after one false arrest, seeing as civil rights violations aren’t cheap.
but define false arrest? Judge not finding PC at FA? I’m assuming there is a reasonable/good faith exception for LEO’s in situations like that.
My point is that I can’t imagine this guy has a history of arresting ppl that didn’t commit a crime and he is still employed.
Could be anything from not having PC or knowingly arresting the wrong person. Almost always requires falsifying a report.
Granted, we’re not talking about an officer acting in good faith here. We’re talking about a criminal.
I guess that’s what I was having a hard time believing. If this guy falsified reports or arrested ppl despite no pc of law violations, i’m astounded he still had a job.
It amazes me that LEO’s will risk their jobs/money/family in effort to arrest some asshole. I know a guy taking heat right now because he invented a buy in effort to get a warrant. Can’t imagine it was worth it.
lesson: let the dope boy go, you’ll get another shot in 3 weeks.
It’s not worth it but the new breed of officer takes the job way too personally. It’s like fishing. You’re either gonna catch a fish or you ain’t. Fish gonna swim either way.
are you guys switching to body cams?
As long as the press release mentions some type of motion by the dead (furtive or sudden - towards their waistband, glove box, etc.), the cops will be excused and they know that.
As long as the press release says. . .