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October 28, 2014, 10:54:52 AM
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Fact:

Police are twice as likely to assault their wives and girlfriends than regular citizens
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The police are not legally obligated to protect and serve citizens

See: Warren vs District of Columbia

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The police are required to meet a certain IQ quota, and exceeding it would mean they cannot become cops. In other words, a person with a lower IQ has a much greater chance of becoming an officer than someone with a high IQ, who may not be allowed to become a police officer at all.

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The police are trained to try and incriminate you if you try to talk to them for getting help.

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Do your research, stop being a mindless drone.

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October 28, 2014, 11:49:09 AM
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Moral of the story:

Always record police encounters!!!!!!!



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just for a short reply, the story is about a security guard and a girl who do "C" in a night club... just to put this in perspective... then again, on a personal level I only encountered very professional law enforcement agents in the USoA. All of the time treated with respect, care and of course was helped. Furthermore, my greatest memories of the high value job that US Policemen can do, was on 4th of July on a beach at night, where the cop (alone) was in charge of watching over all of us, who were doing a great party... to say the least... very professional, courteous and didn't hinder the flow in any way, but guaranteed a safe place for all. I am sure that most parents appreciated.

How come I only hear such fairy tales on the internet?


I got the impression that you have some bias against Police. Maybe I am wrong but You seems to think all the hell come out of Police Officers while they as any other social Group have they own bad & good subjects. We Always call for Forces to recognize good ones and purge the bad apples.
So, why are you so biased against LEOs?

Other social groups don't have the power to take everything you own and put you in a cage for the rest of your life.

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October 29, 2014, 06:31:03 AM
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just for a short reply, the story is about a security guard and a girl who do "C" in a night club... just to put this in perspective...

So someone who does C has no rights and should be exposed by the man who should be protecting her.... Nice one, bet you are a cop or know a few....
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October 29, 2014, 01:19:24 PM
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just for a short reply, the story is about a security guard and a girl who do "C" in a night club... just to put this in perspective...

So someone who does C has no rights and should be exposed by the man who should be protecting her.... Nice one, bet you are a cop or know a few....

There is no need to argue. Not all cops are like that so as not all girls are like that. This one is an isolated case and should be handled fairly by the state.
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October 29, 2014, 02:38:23 PM
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just for a short reply, the story is about a security guard and a girl who do "C" in a night club... just to put this in perspective...

So someone who does C has no rights and should be exposed by the man who should be protecting her.... Nice one, bet you are a cop or know a few....

There is no need to argue. Not all cops are like that so as not all girls are like that. This one is an isolated case and should be handled fairly by the state.

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October 29, 2014, 02:45:00 PM
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If there were good cops, they would try to arrest the bad ones

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October 29, 2014, 02:48:24 PM
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If there were good cops, they would try to arrest the bad ones
Grow up, bro. Good cops exist and do their jobs at huge costs. Even if this mean arresting a fellow cop!  Wink

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October 29, 2014, 02:51:36 PM
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If there were good cops, they would try to arrest the bad ones
Grow up, bro. Good cops exist and do their jobs at huge costs. Even if this mean arresting a fellow cop!  Wink

Care to show me one story where they do?


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October 30, 2014, 05:09:59 AM
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So someone who does C has no rights and should be exposed by the man who should be protecting her.... Nice one, bet you are a cop or know a few....

it's f--king impressive how to 2 People can share the same opinions on not understand each others. I was saying that the private security guard of the night club was exploiting the prohibition of C, to use the repercussion of the law, in pressuring the girl to commit a crime against her.

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October 30, 2014, 08:27:26 AM
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Not new. Cops always do that. Specially in corrupt third world countries.
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October 30, 2014, 09:06:32 AM
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Not new. Cops always do that. Specially in corrupt third world countries.

But America claims to be a developed first world country

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November 01, 2014, 03:01:58 AM
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Some of them do much worse than that, I remember sometime back one of my friend was busted for having sex in car, the cop handcuffed my friend and took him to his car and told the girl to be remained seated nude in the car. After putting my friend in the car, he returned, molested (fingered) the girl for a while than told her to get dressed and then left them with a warning. They didn't filed a complaint because they knew that they didn't had any proof and the cop got away with it  Angry.

Oh my god, that's terrible. This is why we should always film police encounters.

Yeah. It's very bad to hear such stories. Hopefully police dashcams can help both prevent & prosecute this things to happen as well as protect officers from false accusation.

Police dashcams are worthless as officers can turn them off at their will
The simple solution would be to disable the turning off of dashcams by officers locally. The dashcams should only be able to turned off by a superior and at least "x" time after the police officer is off duty and the police car is parked at the police station.

The same is true for the body cameras that some police officers are now being mandated to wear. They should remain active for an officer's entire shift and only be able to be turned off by someone above him when the officer clocks out
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November 02, 2014, 09:46:16 PM
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Rialto, CA Police Made to Wear Cameras, Use of Force Drops by Over Two-Thirds
www.informationliberation.com/?id=44427

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November 02, 2014, 09:51:34 PM
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Rialto, CA Police Made to Wear Cameras, Use of Force Drops by Over Two-Thirds
www.informationliberation.com/?id=44427

Thank you for sharing.

Are you the only one on here that agrees with me about the need for police accountability through media recording?

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November 02, 2014, 11:19:25 PM
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Lack of accountability is the issue. Police always fall back on trying to say their job is so dangerous, and civilians wouldn't understand, but this is just a guilt trip tactic to distract you from persisting with holding police accountable for their negligence or active criminal activity. They have it made right now. In some states you can't even sue the police! They have total immunity. In any line of work, no accountability means there will be problems. When peoples lives are on the line this lack of accountability is unacceptable. Furthermore this lack of accountability has been turned into a for profit industry as police run roughshod over the generally law abiding population to fatten their pension funds, or so they can drive dodge chargers with camouflage vinyls and American flags on it... 

If you think your job is too dangerous and you don't like it FUCKING QUIT, just like the rest of free humanity is forced to do in the same situation. Police ceased being public servants and have become parasitic on the public as an institution, regardless of individual police officers desires to do the right thing (or not). Police are no longer deserving of that same respect, because they no longer occupy the same role. They are now the predators not the protectors, and the conditioning they go through to obfuscate this fact from the individual officers is extensive.

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November 03, 2014, 02:07:07 AM
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Wow, that is something I have never heard of.
Crooked cops now a days, sad.

A common "game" among cops?
Disgusting.

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November 03, 2014, 02:28:08 AM
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Lack of accountability is the issue. Police always fall back on trying to say their job is so dangerous, and civilians wouldn't understand, but this is just a guilt trip tactic to distract you from persisting with holding police accountable for their negligence or active criminal activity. They have it made right now. In some states you can't even sue the police! They have total immunity. In any line of work, no accountability means there will be problems. When peoples lives are on the line this lack of accountability is unacceptable. Furthermore this lack of accountability has been turned into a for profit industry as police run roughshod over the generally law abiding population to fatten their pension funds, or so they can drive dodge chargers with camouflage vinyls and American flags on it... 
I agree 100% with this. I think the police need to be held accountable for their actions and their decisions. I think they should be given the benefit of the doubt when they are forced to make split second decisions, however their decisions need to be documented as well as the information they used to make such decisions. The only way to really document this is for the police to wear body camera (see your previous post in this thread)

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November 03, 2014, 03:49:39 AM
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Lack of accountability is the issue. Police always fall back on trying to say their job is so dangerous, and civilians wouldn't understand, but this is just a guilt trip tactic to distract you from persisting with holding police accountable for their negligence or active criminal activity. They have it made right now. In some states you can't even sue the police! They have total immunity. In any line of work, no accountability means there will be problems. When peoples lives are on the line this lack of accountability is unacceptable. Furthermore this lack of accountability has been turned into a for profit industry as police run roughshod over the generally law abiding population to fatten their pension funds, or so they can drive dodge chargers with camouflage vinyls and American flags on it... 
I agree 100% with this. I think the police need to be held accountable for their actions and their decisions. I think they should be given the benefit of the doubt when they are forced to make split second decisions, however their decisions need to be documented as well as the information they used to make such decisions. The only way to really document this is for the police to wear body camera (see your previous post in this thread)

This is the truth, every major incident usually ends with paid leave and "we found no misconduct".

If police officers were held more accountable for their actions like the average civilian that they go after, then things amy be a bit different.

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November 03, 2014, 05:03:03 AM
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The fact they did this numerous times as a game is gross. Everyone needs to have passwords on their phone so that information can't be accessed as easily.
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November 03, 2014, 12:14:11 PM
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Rialto, CA Police Made to Wear Cameras, Use of Force Drops by Over Two-Thirds
www.informationliberation.com/?id=44427

Disgusting to say the least, it's well known that power gets abused, power corrupts, and if there's no suprvision, this is what happens. Bodycams the only way to go, ACAB ALL THE WAY
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