Bad Police Thread - where calling the police is a gamble

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  1. BlazingRebel

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    If he touched my daughter or fiancee or was being inappropriate with them I wouldn't think twice. If the employee had hit him on the first slur I would more inclined to feel a bit bad, but the old man took the employee's challenge so all bets were off. The line in the sand was established and the old man decided to cross it willingly.
     
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  2. Hoss Bonaventure

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    It’s fightin’ words. I’m not a bundle of sticks or a female dog, but if someone called me a faggot or a bitch then I’m going to be upset because I don’t think that person had either of those meanings in mind when they said them to me. The guy was 77. This wasn’t the first time he ever pulled this in his life. He’s called multiple people that racial slur both to their faces and behind their backs and this was the one time he picked to do it to the wrong person. There’s no telling how many times this old dude has been in fights from using racist language to people. He didn’t just up and decide to start dropping it at 77.
     
  3. Daniel Ocean

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    Saunders basically called Canelo a beaner. We see how that ended for him.
     
  4. BWC

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    Why does the cop thread have 28 messages already on the next page? Oh, I see...(and now it's 54 lol)
     
  5. racer

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    g8r has to playing a character, right? This is all a weird shtick? Surely nobody is that dense...


    I know he’s actually being a real piece of shit
     
  6. Beeds07

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    Do you spend your entire life making and defending bad faith arguments or is it something you save for us?

    Fuck you’re a pain
     
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  7. Beeds07

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    Not that old when you realize his mouth wrote a check and now he won’t see 78. Hope he enjoys Hell.
     
  8. racer

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    I think that if nothing else the penalties for manslaughter should be prorated. Like that dude probably had 5-7 years left at most, so that should be the max sentence.
     
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  9. Beeds07

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    He's an 77 year old racist, maybe they should dig up bad shit in his past and use it against him like they do when cops murder black people.

    Edit: Not gonna see 80, my bad
     
  10. Professor Moriarty

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  11. BWC

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    No need for "being" there. Simply is
     
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  12. Mister Me Too

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    I think that 27 year old man did a good job of standing his ground against an agitator who chose to instigate a confrontation.
     
  13. Pile Driving Miss Daisy

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    Holy shit, wondered why this thread jumped two pages real quick. Glad I got to miss out on that amazing display of mental gymnastics.
     
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  14. bertwing

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    Aren’t you a cop?
     
  15. mc415

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    ahhhhhhhhhh explains it all
     
  16. IHHH

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    Punching a 77 years old is really a pussy ass move. But I don’t know what the sentence should be. It’s really unfortunate that he died but at the same time who knows if he would not have died anyway since he was so old. His medication might’ve caused the fall and not the punch.

    I tried my best to use that same logic that was used with the knee and the drugs in George Floyd’s blood.
     
  17. IHHH

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    But I think it’s fucked up that you guys are at this point, cheering on that old man’s death is pretty weird but It’s what you get when a country is so dis functional
     
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  18. IHHH

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    Realistically what is this guy looking at? Manslaughter?
     
  19. g8r

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    nope
     
  20. Beeds07

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    I thought he was the one that worked in energy and was bitching about us complaining g about energy prices during the Texas freeze?

    Who am I thinking of?
     
  21. g8r

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    I didn’t complain about energy prices but yes I work in energy
     
  22. PeterGriffin

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    Racists dying makes the world better. If it’s wrong to want the world to be better, then I don’t wanna be right.
     
  23. IHHH

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    oh well, then you are not out of the woods my friend. You should start your killing spree in Russia and move to Asia next
     
  24. Bruce Wayne

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    I mean if you want to cape for some dead old racist that's on you. But you can't argue that the world isnt a quantifiably better place without him
     
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  25. IHHH

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    But I really hope this guy doesn’t get a long sentence, punching a 77 years old was a shitty thing to do but he absolutely tried his best to get punched. That was a stupid accident initiated by the old racist.
     
  26. PeterGriffin

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    I couldn’t kill another person. When I worked at this small pizza shop in Tallahassee and there was a developing rodent problem, I was presented an opportunity to kill a rat. It walked out from under the cooler I was opening and I didn’t have a broom to hit it with, so my only option was a stomp. I screamed out to my only other coworker at the time, “I can’t do it!” The rat ran and I learned a lesson about myself that day.
     
  27. IHHH

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    true
     
  28. IHHH

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    was the rat black or white?
     
  29. Gaknight

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    not cheering on his death

    But one less racist POS in this world isn't something I'm gonna cry about
     
  30. PeterGriffin

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    Gray.
     
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  31. Mister Me Too

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  32. Daniel Ocean

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    I’m sure there are plenty of First Nations people in Canada that wouldn’t shed tears for an old racist getting beat to death.
     
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  34. racer

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    Doesn’t matter when they’re going kill you for resisting with force anyway.
     
  35. Mister Me Too

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    It matters if you are white like the individual involved in this case, who resisted arrest, head butted a cop and kicked the police car door so hard that he damaged the hinges.
     
  36. Cornfed Buffalo

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  37. Cornfed Buffalo

    Cornfed Buffalo No he’s not. He’s just fat and tired
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  38. Cornfed Buffalo

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  39. timo

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  40. Bruce Wayne

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    Would it really surprise anyone to find that drug sniffing dogs really don't react to drugs but instead to a slight cue from the trainer?
     
  41. bertwing

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    No more parking space ya bitch

     
  42. Gambler

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    I've always thought this. Don't they give the dog his toy after he hits on something?
     
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  43. blotter

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    skimmed through some of the witnesses and the defendants testimony today in the case of Jackson County(FL) Sheriff Deputy Zachary Wester on trial for planting drugs

    surprised I hadn't heard of this case. Guy is a piece of work, facial ticks and nose twitching on the stand today yet really self-assured. Comes from a family of law enforcement. Apparently wanted to work in narcotics and I guess was building up his resume with drug busts. My first exposure was jumping straight into his testimony with no background and he almost can seem credible after a few answers.

    But in one stop his body cam caught him clearly with a baggie tucked in his hand as he was putting his gloves on, was just an illogical way to put on gloves, and his story of how it got there is pretty insulting to anyone's intelligence. Hands disappear from view, baggie is gone. Same with the undocumented narcotics and paraphernalia in his squad car. He was called to a park for suspicious items where he found some stuff, but couldn't log it because he had to respond to another call. Then there's the issue of his body cam consistently blacking out at critical points in these disputed traffic stops.

    Like any cop who pulls shit like this it seems to never crossed his mind he could ever get caught. I sincerely don't know if he realizes he's lying, or if he's somehow justified it all in his head. His victims were predominantly poor white people with priors who looked like former users, had shit cars etc.. A guy had recently regained custody of his child. Jobs lost, plea deals, time served.

     
  44. blotter

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    and with one youtube chat comment following this case has been worth the time sink :roll:

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  45. Bruce Wayne

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  46. Henry Blake

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    ^
    David Campbell, 25, stopped breathing in Allentown, Pa., in October 2011 after resisting his jailers’ efforts to remove his clothing and put him on suicide watch. They responded by dousing him with pepper spray, jamming knees into his back and leaving him tied to a chair, according to a lawsuit brought by his family.

    While the results of Mr. Campbell’s autopsy were pending, emails show, the head of the Lehigh County Corrections Department sent the coroner a video of the arrest of a Florida man whose death was attributed to “excited delirium” — a condition that pathologists say can suddenly kill drug users or the mentally ill, though they acknowledge it is poorly understood and unevenly applied.

    “I found this video which appeared similar to our incident with David Campbell,” wrote the corrections chief, Edward Sweeney, “and I thought I’d share it with you as we await the toxicology report.”

    The coroner’s ruling in the case stated: “excited delirium complicating sickle cell trait, dehydration and abnormalities of the cardiac conduction system during restraint.” Manner of death: “undetermined.”

    Ronney Moss Jr., wanted on suspicion of smoking marijuana outside a Greyhound bus station in Atlanta, suddenly was unable to breathe in August 2012 in the presence of an Atlanta police officer after running less than two-tenths of a mile. Investigators told the Fulton County medical examiner that the officer had not restrained Mr. Moss but instead found him on the ground gasping for air. The medical examiner attributed the death of Mr. Moss, 31 and apparently in good physical condition, to natural causes, particularly sickle cell trait “following exertion.”

    Jason Pierce, 40, had been held for days in July 2017 at Louisiana’s Orleans Parish jail — where two guards would later be charged with smuggling drugs and other contraband — when he died with cocaine and opiates in his system. After Mr. Pierce’s autopsy, the coroner’s office focused not on the drugs but on sickle cell trait, ruling that he had died a natural death caused by “widespread red blood cell sickling.”

    A handcuffed Dean Smith, 25, told the police that he could not breathe following a foot chase in Evansville, Ind., in February last year. An officer standing over him said, “Boy, you are being overly dramatic,” according to body camera footage. Mr. Smith’s death would be recorded by the Vanderburgh County coroner as an accident prompted by sickle cell crisis and cocaine and alcohol intoxication.

    Three months later, Larry Ross Jr., 37, died after state police officers arrested him in Cambridge, Md. The officers said they handcuffed Mr. Ross, who had run from his car after they stopped him for a traffic violation, without handling him roughly. The county medical examiner determined that his death was an accident caused by synthetic marijuana use, with sickle cell trait as a factor.
    In 2008, Baron Pikes, known as Scooter, died after being shocked with a stun gun at least eight times by a police officer in Winnfield, La., while handcuffed and lying on the ground. The coroner ruled the death of Mr. Pikes, 21 and Black, a homicide, and the officer, Scott Nugent, was charged with manslaughter. Still, at the criminal trial, Dr. Wetli testified that “the cause of death was exertional sickling due to sickle cell trait.”

    Mr. Nugent was acquitted.

    The Times found other medical examiners invoking the trait as early as the 1970s.

    In May 1979, Los Angeles pathologists blamed “massive intravascular sickling” in the death of Jerry Eugene Wright Jr., a 20-year-old Black man whom police officers had mistaken for a drug user. In fact, he had been the victim of a violent robbery; they handcuffed him, put him facedown on the ground and ignored bystanders who warned that he was struggling to breathe. Mr. Wright’s family was later awarded $2.1 million after suing for wrongful death.

    A panel convened by a coroner outside Augusta, Ga., concluded that Larry Gardner, 33, had died of cardiopulmonary arrest caused by sickle cell trait in August 1984 after the authorities arrested him on marijuana and shoplifting charges. Mr. Gardner’s death led to rioting after it was said that he had been beaten in custody.

    Authorities in Burlington County, N.J., cited sickle cell trait in the cases of two brothers who had died in police custody 15 years apart. They used it first to explain the sudden death of Sidney Miles, 20, while he was fleeing officers who sought to arrest him on a charge of driving without a license in 1984.

    They cited it again when his brother, Cleathern Miles, 28, stopped breathing in 1999 after the police shot him with pepper spray and restrained him in the midst of an apparent mental breakdown — during which he was calling out his dead brother’s name. The same pathologist, Dr. Dante Ragasa, conducted both autopsies.

    “There were allegations of police brutality in Sidney’s death, but that was not the case,” the acting county prosecutor, James Gerrow, told reporters in 1999. “Sadly and tragically, this mirrors what happened to Sidney.”

    “There was,” he added, “no police misconduct in either case.”
     
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  47. Beeds07

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  48. dblplay1212

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    The amount of money cities pays out bc if bad cops is infuriating.