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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Barves2125, May 28, 2015.
Spoiler: Every sort of NSFL warning you can think of
You're about to watch a video of the police gassing a man in the back of a car. You've been warned.
We had a big lawsuit about this like a decade ago where the LGBTQ officers and community accused the dept. of being discriminatory by telling them they couldn't wear their uniforms to the parade.
Things have come full circle.
A funny aspect of this is there are always a lot of people (non cops) that wear basically the officer dangle (or much more aggressive) cop uniforms to the parade.
Charge him with murder. Ditto anyone on one of those sites (4chan or the like) who says "do it" --- find out who these motherfuckers are and start dropping charges on them when one of their incels does harm (DC shooting from a month ago, Buffalo immediately spring to mind)
Good guys with guns and what not.
Man it was tough to get through that
Won't embed. I couldn't find thd original video.
I usually just read and seethe in this thread but GODDAM IT.
One of the comments on that brutal thread said: You can keep every single one of your silent moments of reflection/remembrance, and I'll take one single action.
And yet every "hWaT abOUt mUh gUnS" piece of shit in the country is all
We Own This City .... goddamn
Fuck that guy - no way his partner/partners were unaware.
Why? Is there any reason for him doing this? Bonuses? Or just being a sociopath?
That's beyond the realm of sociopath and into psychopath - dude was fine with deliberately ruining peoples' families and not losing a minute of sleep.
Local chief here is firing two cops who lied about letting a drunk dude off to not put him in a bad way who ended up getting into an accident later that killed the drunk, injured five people, and left a 13 year old partially paralyzed. The lying and the attempted cover up was the actual fireable offense.
I'm assuming that has to be a massive civil suit - my bartenders/servers can get sued for over-serving, I have to assume a police officer letting someone drive drunk knowingly has to be considered at fault as well.
Hope someone beats him to death in prison
Why the fuck wouldn’t they just call him a damn cab or have him call a friend wtf
a good reminder to all of us to NEVER let a cop search your car no matter how clean you know it to be.
I believe he was trying to fast track himself into Narcotics division. This was his genius solution.
Clearly no other option than to shoot him.
Her medical bills should be paid for by police union
Or her job should cover them
She’s an independent reporter iirc. So I’m guessing she has some shitty plan on the marketplace
Also, his name is Klint, so idk what else we could have expected out of someone with that piece of shit name.
You're exactly right and that is an issue that seems to get overlooked EVERY time. Generally speaking, it isn't as serious as plating drugs, but maybe as simple as probable cause or a statement and the other officer doesn't speak up when asked.
placement/location of drugs that the suspect actually had is a huge one - comes up all the time.
I can't imagine standing on the bank, watching someone drown, and telling them I'm not going to help. And I'm not even paid to "protect and serve." You are one heartless soul if you do that.
I don’t think the cop that shot should have access to weapons considering he almost killed any of the fucking 5 medics behind the guy
A little different than most posts in here but still bad police work.
Saturday a rugby team started a full out brawl at a bar on Broadway in Nashville. Assaulted employees (sound tech for the band went to the hospital after being jumped by like 5 of them for not letting them in the sound booth), security guard with a concussion after being suckered punched, drug the ATM machine around, etc. Cops hauled some of them off but then didn't arrest or charge a single one of them. The owners and employees of the bar are pissed as hell and have every right to be.
Can probably safe to say that if it would have been a large group of minorities doing it the police response would have been different.
Probably a cop or 3 on the rugby team, even if they're out of district. Short of murdering* someone it's pretty hard for cops to get charged with the shit everyone else would have to lawyer up for
(*and even then they get away with it --- pretty sure my cop uncle [in-law, not exactly sure how related] killed his wife)
One of the security guy at another bar was running over there to help and had to yell at the cops that were standing on the street to come help and even then they walked over and acted like they had no idea what was going on.
Any idea who the club was? It would be pretty easy to shame them in the US rugby scene. My team would never do that ftr.
I wasn't involved so I'm not sure. If I find out anymore information I'll PM you. I'm sure there are pictures and they were all apparently wearing matching shirts with like a team crest on them.
I'm sure they were not indicative of clubs overall. Honestly, everyone is more pissed at the cops letting them off without as much as a single charge.
Protect the gas station air conditioner at all costs!
‘Live PD’ To Be Revived on Reelz This Summer as ‘On Patrol: Live,’ Hosted by Dan Abrams
The producers of “Live PD” are reviving the show’s live format on Reelz, but under a new working title: “On Patrol: Live” is set to premiere later this summer, the network announced Wednesday. Just like “Live PD,” the show will air live, twice a week (on Friday and Saturday nights from 9 p.m. to midnight).
The news comes two years after A&E pulled the plug on “Live PD,” in the wake of ongoing protests against police brutality and concerns over coverage of police activity following Shitty AMC Show of George Floyd in Minnesota.
“Live PD” was a juggernaut for A&E, dominating cable ratings and spawning multiple spinoffs, including “Live PD: Wanted,” “Live PD: Police Patrol,” “Live PD Presents: PD Cam.”
Big Fish Entertainment, which was behind “Live PD,” will produce the new show via Half Moon Pictures, its new arm devoted to crime and investigative series. Dan Abrams, who hosted “Live PD,” will anchor the new show as well. Abrams is CEO/founder of Abrams Media, host of “Dan Abrams Live” on NewsNation and chief legal analyst for ABC News.
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Joining Abrams is retired Tulsa Police Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson, Division Commander with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department in Columbia, S.C.
“Law enforcement is front and center in the national discussion, and our hope is that showing the work of police officers in a live format will provide viewers with direct access to the work they do,” Abrams said. “I’m thrilled our team is finally back together and excited that Reelz has committed to making this show front and center on their network.”
Reelz CEO Stan E. Hubbard said he believed the show would serve as “the cornerstone of our commitment to commissioning brand-defining, must-see original programming. With the collective talent assembled, we know we are working with the best, most experienced team there is to produce this type of series and together we will do everything in our power to earn the trust and loyalty of viewers excited for this show.”
Moving from A&E to Reelz is a step down for the franchise in terms of reach, however. “Live PD” was a top-rated show on A&E, but even without the series, A&E was a top 30 network last year. Reelz, on the other hsnd, was 89th place among all networks last year, according to Variety’s annual ranker. Reelz is mostly known for low-budget ripped-from-the-headlines celebrity scandal programs.
Reelz said a number of platforms were interested in the new series but Reelz offered “a significant episode guarantee.” Half Moon Pictures will share international and other rights for the show with Reelz, and will serve as the distributor of those rights moving forward.
Police departments and Sheriff’s offices featured on “On Patrol” Live” will be announced in the coming weeks.
Even before the national conversation on police brutality moved front and center, “Live P.D.” had been embroiled in controversy. It had been revealed that a camera crew from “Live PD” last year filmed the death of a Black man in custody by Austin law enforcement — and that the video had been destroyed. According to the Austin American-Statesman, Javier Ambler died in March 2019 while being arrested by Williamson County sheriff’s deputies in connection with a traffic violation.
“This is a critical time in our nation’s history and we have made the decision to cease production on Live PD,” A&E said in a statement at the time. “Going forward, we will determine if there is a clear pathway to tell the stories of both the community and the police officers whose role it is to serve them. And with that, we will be meeting with community and civil rights leaders as well as police departments.”
Simultaneously with A&E dropping “Live PD,” ViacomCBS cut ties with Big Fish Entertainment, the MGM-owned shingle behind A&E’s recently canceled “Live PD.” A&E is not a ViacomCBS network, but ViacomCBS did run shows from Big Fish including VH1’s “Cartel Crew,” “Black Ink Crew,” “Black Ink Crew: Chicago,” “Love & Hip Hop Miami,” “Love & Hip Hop: New York” and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”
In its release, “On Patrol: Live” looked to address some concerns, pointing to show elements including “Citizen Ride-Alongs” which will give local residents a chance to ride along; “Citizens On-Set” will invite community members into the studio as guests where they can share their ride-along experiences and observations and comment on the night’s live activities.
“On Patrol: Live” exec producers are John Zito, Paul Gordon, Joe Venafro and Dan Abrams.
You just have to run out the clock in America. We always forget.