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Rumours are circulating about the Waco shooting (the Biker one, not the religious jihad carried out by the ATF and Janet Reno). It may be that all the dead people were shot by police, not the evil bikers. LOLZ. When cops kill more people than 1%ers you know there's a problem.
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Yup, serving those delinquent parking meter notices is a rough business.
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Sunday morning Nut-punch.
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Instead of you getting on some high horse thinking that you are being so damned enlightened with your “All Lives Matter” bullshit, you should be getting on your knees thanking each and every one of those people who gave their live so you can sleep at night, so you can walk the street, so you can enjoy the safety that they provide. Will any of them ever ask for your thanks, no. Do they deserve it, you bet they do.

If I’ve offended you, I honestly don’t give a shit. You’re an adult, get over it or move on. And honestly, if you get offended that easily and don’t or won’t support our law enforcement officers then I really don’t have the time for you so good riddance. You are part of the problem.

So circling back to my original thought, do all lives matter? No, all lives have the potential to matter. It’s up to the individual whether they want to matter or not. Everyone can make a difference; everyone has that opportunity to matter. What have YOU done with your life that matters?

To my brothers and sisters still walking the line Omni Cedo DomusEveryone goes home. You matter. To those that enjoy the blanket of protection they provide, show your support; turn on a blue light at night, thank an officer, attend a Citizens Police Academy, join a neighborhood watch, or just give a kind wave and a smile. You matter. To those that choose to walk on the “other side” of the line, well just keep walking, they’ll get to you eventually…you don’t matter. Ni Baolach Don Olcas Miseonly evil need fear me.

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It's nice this guy is at least honest about it. Also nice that he knows a little (incorrect) Latin and Gaelic. Shame he doesn't know any German. Lebensunwertes leben.
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This is comical mostly because that vehicle is designed primarily for IED and mine resistance. Major problem for the police.
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"At about 1:15, the video footage shows the Baltimore police walking calmly with the black male suspect. Then, later on, once the black male sees the news media video cameras, he drops to the ground and pretends that he is hurt.

Notice, the police do not do anything to stop the man from making a spectacle. This black male is probably following some form of street code going around in these areas of Baltimore where kids are told that if you are arrested, you need to act as though the police have used excessive force on you and you too can become the next Michael Brown or Freddie Gray.

This comes in the wake of Rawlings-Blake and Mosby practically sticking up for the riot-ers and condemning police brutality before it has even been worked out in the state’s judicial system.

Incidents and shootings like the ones over Memorial Day weekend is what has become the new Baltimore. In the new Baltimore, the cops are not even trying anymore because their own mayor is against them. In the new Baltimore, suspects are trying to become the new police brutality victim. In the new Baltimore, the city burns.

All in the name of social justice."


http://thehayride.com/2015/05/heres-what-social-justice-looks-like-in-a-post-rioting-baltimore/

Social justice in the Charm City. Great job Rawlings-Blake and Mosby. You have really improved things.

The Ghetto Lottery is a tough game. But there are big winners and big losers. We really should start a Ghetto Lottery thread. It's the reverse side of police brutality. Mike Brown has a tough lottery case but he is now an Icon and modern day Emmett Till, which is not bad. Garner's large family should do well in Liberal NYC. Freddie Gray is a toss up case as I see it. Tamir Rice and Scott should be big winners. Heck, even Trayvon's family got $1,000,000 and started a "Foundation".

No one knows how much you can make until you play the game. I wonder how much Sharpton's daughter will win in nuisance money?
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This comes in the wake of Rawlings-Blake and Mosby practically sticking up for the riot-ers and condemning police brutality before it has even been worked out in the state’s judicial system.
Brutality is brutality, even if it's not determined to be criminal.
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the cops are not even trying anymore because their own mayor is against them. In the new Baltimore, suspects are trying to become the new police brutality victim. In the new Baltimore, the city burns.

Cops need to realize that the office of the mayor doesn't exist to suck off the cops (same deal with NYC cops). If the cops are acting against the best interests of the rest of the city, the mayor has an obligation to take action to change things in the police force, including prosecuting criminal actions by police. The police want reflexive and total support, regardless of their actions. That's not reasonable, and nobody outside the police force should support it.

This attitude seems like another symptom of the Us vs Them police culture.
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The two sides need to work out their issues. At some point, there will be balance in the force.

The cops should just withdraw from the Western District for a few months, let the scores get settled, let the gang-herd thin themselves out, and in the meantime learn new and improved ways of dealing with suspects. The throwing down, knee in the spine, caning and shooting approach has gotten out of hand. Its like the police version of twerking.
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The cops should just withdraw from the Western District for a few months, let the scores get settled, let the gang-herd thin themselves out,.

If it's anything like the defacto police strike in NYC, crime will actually decrease.
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The two sides need to work out their issues. At some point, there will be balance in the force.

The cops should just withdraw from the Western District for a few months,
let the scores get settled, let the gang-herd thin themselves out, and in the meantime learn new and improved ways of dealing with suspects. The throwing down, knee in the spine, caning and shooting approach has gotten out of hand. Its like the police version of twerking.

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If it's anything like the defacto police strike in NYC, crime will actually decrease.

Very rare that Gib and Lighthouse agree. I too think that the police should abandon the Western District for at least 60 days. Give the people what they want.
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"At about 1:15, the video footage shows the Baltimore police walking calmly with the black male suspect. Then, later on, once the black male sees the news media video cameras, he drops to the ground and pretends that he is hurt.

All I know is that if he turned out to be really hurt I'd want them charged with murder, or at least some crime. Even if he got hurt later in an unrelated incident.
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Very rare that Gib and Lighthouse agree. I too think that the police should abandon the Western District for at least 60 days. Give the people what they want.

I might consider moving there if they permenantly left.
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Even though Dennis Hastert is most decidedly corrupt and is allegedly a pedophile rapist to boot, I can't help but think it's rather ridiculous he's being charged for spending his own money in a manner the government doesn't approve. Ironically enough he's partially responsible for his own undoing as he was Speaker of the House when the Patriot Act was passed which strengthened bank regulations.
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