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post #1441 of 6095
Apparently I get no credit whatsoever for being right.
post #1442 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Kajak View Post

I know whenever I see a story about police overextending their powers, I think "Ataturk will have some objective analysis of this situation."

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Who cares what the story says? The media never presents these things with any kind of objectivity.

Roflmao!!!
post #1443 of 6095
If you remain unconvinced--watch the video. When she drives up to the guy (and she goes straight up to him) he is holding the club behind his leg with the head on the ground behind his shoe (a very innocent pose, I'm sure). How did she know he had a golf club unless she'd seen it before?
post #1444 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

If you remain unconvinced--watch the video. When she drives up to the guy (and she goes straight up to him) he is holding the club behind his leg with the head on the ground behind his shoe (a very innocent pose, I'm sure). How did she know he had a golf club unless she'd seen it before?

He is 70 year old thug that has been carrying and/or brandishing his weapon of choice for 20 years so he must have a long documented history of assaults. Wait...the article says that he didn't have a record. Well it is clear that he has been threatening and intimidating witnesses for years and as a result has never been prosecuted. I can't believe SPD backed down and didn't support the officer.
Edited by Rumpelstiltskin - 1/31/15 at 11:38pm
post #1445 of 6095
Probably should have just shot him, get his thug ass off the streets.
post #1446 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

Apparently I get no credit whatsoever for being right.

You get plenty of credit for being a pig apologist.
post #1447 of 6095
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You get plenty of credit for being a pig apologist.


amongst other things

post #1448 of 6095
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amongst other things

Direct all inquiries to me. I am the most neutral and fair in this thread.

I walk down the narrow path that separates the open and airy woods of Locke Forest and the dense and tangled tendrils of Hobbes Thicket.
post #1449 of 6095
Oh. Well in that case I apologize for spoiling your circle jerk. Carry on.
post #1450 of 6095
What? I can't make an over the top, self-aggrandizing, delusional claim without causing a kerfuffle?

This is CE, isn't it?

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post #1451 of 6095
Remember that eye doctor who got entrapped into placing football bets for a Fairfax, Va. cop and then executed by the Fairfax SWAT team? It was an obvious abuse by the police, but the one thing I could never figure out is exactly why the police went to all of that trouble to arrest someone for gambling. That just goes to show how naive I am. Turns out, Fairfax cops rob gamblers for the same reason that Willie Sutton robbed banks: That's where the money is.


http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2015/01/27/fairfax-swat-team-raids-high-stakes-great-falls-poker-game-seizes-cash-terrifies-players/
post #1452 of 6095
http://reason.com/blog/2015/02/09/louisville-cop-arrested-for-allegedly-as

Luckily he stopped their 13 year reign of terror over everything from playgroups to an all-boys school.
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http://reason.com/blog/2015/02/09/louisville-cop-arrested-for-allegedly-as

Luckily he stopped their 13 year reign of terror over everything from playgroups to an all-boys school.

All procedures followed. Got home safe at end of shift. Good job.
post #1454 of 6095
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All procedures followed. Got home safe at end of shift. Good job.


There is something about human nature . . .

Here, the officer probably had a cult-level amount of control over the boys. With great power comes great . . . violence and oppression.
post #1455 of 6095
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Along with firefighters and security guards

Police officers, firefighters and security guards have the highest rates of obesity of all professions, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data from the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

According to the Journal, 40.7% of police, firefighters and security guards are obese. Other jobs with high obesity rates include clergy, engineers and truckers.

On the other side of the obesity scale is a grouping of economists, scientists and psychologists, with an obesity rate of 14.2%. Other professions with low obesity rates are athletes, actors and reporters.

http://time.com/3637967/police-officers-fattest-profession-study/



Yeah, this giant fat fuck could possibly save anything other than a donut. There's a reason they're called pigs.
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