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post #3136 of 6095
Looks like Stifler's mother; had it coming.

post #3137 of 6095
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SF waits on pins and needles for Ataturk to opine on the case


Ataturk - "We didn't get to see the start of the video so we don't really know what she did to set them off."
post #3138 of 6095
If the cops beat a white woman, she must have been really really obnoxious.
post #3139 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Lighthouse View Post

If the cops beat a white woman, she must have been really really obnoxious.

She disobeyed a lawful order not to be obnoxious.
post #3140 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

She disobeyed a lawful order not to be obnoxious.

Well, there it is.
post #3141 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Looks like Stifler's mother; had it coming.


She was a beautiful woman, before the beating.
post #3142 of 6095
Red Wing, MN makes it a hate crime to hurt cops. What could go wrong? Also, apparently all cops in Red Wing are going to be turning on their lights at 11AM every day?
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The city of Red Wing is the first in the state and the second in the nation to pass a resolution designed to protect police officers from harm.

The resolution calls for anyone who hurts a police officer to be charged with a hate crime. The hope is cities across the country adapt this stance.

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Red Wing’s city council is the first in the state to pass a resolution in support of law enforcement. It calls for them to turn on their red and blue lights daily at 11 a.m.

Officers pull over into a parking lot or side street to flash their lights for one minute. This will go on every day for a month, a minute of remembrance for every life lost in the line of duty.


http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2015/10/06/red-wing-calls-for-attacks-on-police-to-be-considered-hate-crime/
post #3143 of 6095
Playing into the false narrative that there's rising violence against the police, it seems. This is on track to be one of the safest years in history for police, but you'd never know it from the relentless drumbeat from cops. They seem to think that media coverage has led to an explosion in violence against cops, which is objectively not true. Maybe they're getting sassed more often on the street, or maybe this is all a cynical ploy to deflect the spotlight.
post #3144 of 6095
Does anyone think it's a coincidence that "red wing" is so very close to "right wing?"
post #3145 of 6095
Red Wing boots are actually quite a good value for decently-made work boots.
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Red Wing, MN makes it a hate crime to hurt cops. What could go wrong? Also, apparently all cops in Red Wing are going to be turning on their lights at 11AM every day?
http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2015/10/06/red-wing-calls-for-attacks-on-police-to-be-considered-hate-crime/

11:00 am in Red Wing, henceforth known as "party time" for flashers, grab-and-run muggers and shoplifters, street corner drug buyers/seller, and drag racers.
post #3147 of 6095
Towns like Chicago always had the corrupt violent police force. But what happened to Officer Friendly?

Things seemed to change during the crack boom. Also, there was the epic gunfight in Los Angeles between outgunned cops. If you don't know what I'm talking about, google it.

This is lazy thinking and a lazy post, but there is an 87 percent chance that I'm still right.
post #3148 of 6095
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11:00 am in Red Wing, henceforth known as "party time" for flashers, grab-and-run muggers and shoplifters, street corner drug buyers/seller, and drag racers.

Them fools still be in bed at that time.
post #3149 of 6095
I'll be honest with you guys. I had a close call with the police the other day. We had the front door open because it was a nice day, and suddenly I hear a loud banging knock on the storm door. My wife and I were in the room above the door which had an open window, and I jokingly said, "That doesn't sound like a door to door salesman. Be ready to come down shooting." I walk downstairs to be confronted with three cops in body armor. Good thing they didn't hear me.

Also, they managed to not shoot my dog.
post #3150 of 6095
Remember this one time that the door was open two cops walked in, and searched every room, and then left. Never said a word. I was in the living room watching TV, and mom was in the kitchen cooking. It was small place, so it happened really quickly. It was surreal.
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