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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Barves2125, May 28, 2015.
yep, cash cow
everything is electronic now there really isn’t a need to ask for documents.
In the UK police stops aren’t really a thing; your car is registered nationally, your insurance is tied to your license plate number, and traffic cameras or cop cameras just read your license plate. If you’re uninsured or speeding or whatever, you just get a fine in the mail about a week later. The only time I’ve seen someone pulled over was because they were speeding thru Cambridge with their windows down blaring country music and because they were American military their info wasn’t in the national system.
Only charged with manslaughter, booo
Shot him for stopping his truck from hitting the cop car. Should have just let it smash into it. Manslaughter is a joke and the cop will walk. It’s Arkansas and the jury will be nothing but blue line boot lickers.
I say cop but the dickhead was fired for not turning on his body camera until after the shooting. So if he failed to follow the simplest of protocol, what makes anyone think he followed protocol that led to the shooting?
So do they have LAPD crash pads or what?
Step 2: stop sending police as the initial response and we’re onto something
My wife works for Santa Clara County and is a License Clinical Social Worker who is 51/50 certified so she inbeds with San Jose PD on welfare check calls and the cops pretty much want no piece of those calls anymore
Infuriating, sent a message to the mayor that will likely fall on deaf ears
Mayor Jill Gayaldo btw
Three burritos, lmao what a fat fuck.
35 overdoses, 9 adults plus 1 unborn child died as a result.
a tech stole it from an evidence locker, that tweet doesn’t really match up with what the article says
Every evidence technician associated with law enforcement agencies is a part of the agency. Still a part of the culture. But the person was a former tech, which is just as odd. How did they access, do their protocols not terminate access to evidence controlled areas?
sounds like that prisoner should be grateful officer mike didn't eat him too
my self-bonk watching the reporter was justified
This broad gets down
Do ubers just not get pulled over?
I haven't really driven a car since 2015 so I've uber'd a completely unacceptable amount - never been pulled over and I've been on some pretty suspect rides.
Cop kills 8 year old, 8 year old was tragically struck by bullets fired from officers gun, no big deal.
this isn't far from me
Alas, this is not even the first time this year that zebras have escaped man-made living quarters. Sheriff's deputies in Outagamie County, Wisconsin, also had to deal with some loose zebras this month, though their owner was eventually able to round them up, according to UPI. A zebra also fled a livestock auction in Putnam County, Tennessee, in May, then got mad (valid) when local cops unsuccessfully attempted to tase it during what local media described as an “hours-long hunt.”
Yea thats murder. He was pissed she had the audacity to drive away from him.
That’s exactly it
She isn’t a student. She was an adult that went on campus illegally beat up a child.
There apparently is another angle that appears to show she tried to run him over after being on campus trying to beat up a minor.
He shot into a car with other passengers. Criminal behavior and negligence.
not defending just correcting the story. I think she should be alive in a jail cell. I think he now should be charged with manslaughter. I get emotional about things like this because I worry about my wife. So I’ll fully admit my initial post seemed to be defending the cop.
I just think about my son hanging out with his friend while the older sister is driving them somewhere and decides to do something stupid and a fucking resource officer opens fire into a car full of innocent bystanders.
she did something stupid. She did something illegal. She didn’t do anything that should have cost her her life. She did something that might not even have gotten her any worse than a few months in jail if that.
I think about the shit I did and am glad and lucky I wasn’t killed.
Don't care who she was. He shot into the back of a car with passengers as it drove off. Fuck that.
I guess you stopped reading after that post or just feel like arguing?
Yea I quote and respond as I read thr thread. I don't read the entire thread and go back to quote posts bc that's psycho stuff.
my initial post was a visceral reaction. It comes from my wife being a teacher and the danger she is in because of the lack of security at her school. She has been literally told that if she is stabbed by a student that student will be in her class the next day.
There have been adults coming on campus to beat up students and there is nothing the teachers can do. She has hardcore generational gang members in her class that she has to hope will respect her enough to not doing any harm to her.
The community voted to get rid of all school police so it’s made an already dangerous situation worse. We need to be better where there are more than two options; do nothing or kill.
I think this cop should be arrested and there should be an investigation. He should be given the rights he stole from her. This young woman made a mistake committed a crime that in no way should have cost her her life.
I get it. I was just saying that regardless of what she'd done in a fight, I don't think a cop shoukd be firing into a car, much less one with more passengers. Seems like we agree. I get where you were coming from though.
we do. Like I said I fully understand how my post came off.