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post #3421 of 6095
What a POS. Poor woman was doing her honest job, and not only was she going to be killed for it, but be disgraced after the fact. Wonder how many auditors have been killed now. Never thought about it before, but some of these people have really dangerous jobs. You don't know whose cash flow you're fucking with.
post #3422 of 6095
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Have you been evaluated for autism?

Sounds like you need help on your vocabulary? You meant dyslexia didn't you? Or, have you been pulling our leg that you are a lawyer and have a college degree?
post #3423 of 6095
What the fuck? Dyslexia and autism are two entirely separate things. I meant to inquire if you have been evaluated for autism. If you are "on the spectrum" as they say.
post #3424 of 6095
Evil bitch was acquitted last night.

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A Dauphin County jury has acquitted Hummelstown police Officer Lisa Mearkle of all charges.

The jury began deliberating Wednesday afternoon before delivering its decision Thursday afternoon following the two-day trial.

Mearkle, 37, shot and killed 59-year-old David Kassick in February after he fled from her attempt to stop him for an expired auto inspection sticker. The fatal encounter occurred in back of the South Hanover Township home of Kassick's sister.

Mearkle shot Kassick twice in the back after shocking him repeatedly with her Taser.

http://video-embed.pennlive.com/services/player/bcpid1950981438001?bctid=4598704064001&bckey=AQ~~,AAAAQBxUw0E~,DELAM66vw4z-hl01IhycwsWq-6Y4XfEN

Blah, blah, blah, we didn't see the rest of what happened beforehand (because the dashcam "malfunctioned" and she wasn't wearing a body camera).

Bitch committed cold-blooded murder. Fuck her.
post #3425 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

November 4, 2015


And the plot thickens.

Hits keep coming. They released his file and he was a scum bag from the beginning: forcing subordinates to suck his dick, threatening dispatchers with guns, cheating on his wife and convincing the woman to marry his son so he could claim more Army benefits. Even his own peers complained about him but of course the dept didn't do anything for 20 years even promoting him. What a hero.
post #3426 of 6095
Forcing subordinates to do what? This thread never fails to shock me and only makes me wonder what happens up here. We don't seem to hear that much about misconduct but it must happen.
post #3427 of 6095
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Originally Posted by greger View Post

Sounds like you need help on with your vocabulary? . You meant dyslexia didn't you? Or, have you been pulling our legs that you are a lawyer and have a college degree?
post #3428 of 6095

https://photographyisnotacrime.com/2015/11/austin-police-beat-up-men-for-jaywalking-in-texas/

The Boys in Blue keeping America safe from roving gangs of jaywalkers.
post #3429 of 6095
Why would you jaywalk in front of a bunch of Cops? It's almost like they were daring them to stop them. Not saying the beatdown was justified, but did they think they were not going to get at least a ticket? I've been ticketed for jaywalking twice, so I don't do that in front of them no more.

Or maybe they didn't know that jaywalking was a misdemeanor? Possible I guess.
post #3430 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Hombre Secreto View Post

Why would you jaywalk in front of a bunch of Cops? It's almost like they were daring them to stop them. Not saying the beatdown was justified, but did they think they were not going to get at least a ticket? I've been ticketed for jaywalking twice, so I don't do that in front of them no more.

Or maybe they didn't know that jaywalking was a misdemeanor? Possible I guess.



Some jurisdictions don't have jaywalking laws (Chicago as an example).

post #3431 of 6095
Now I know! And knowing is half the battle.
post #3432 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Hombre Secreto View Post

Why would you jaywalk in front of a bunch of Cops? It's almost like they were daring them to stop them. Not saying the beatdown was justified, but did they think they were not going to get at least a ticket? I've been ticketed for jaywalking twice, so I don't do that in front of them no more.

Or maybe they didn't know that jaywalking was a misdemeanor? Possible I guess.

http://www.attn.com/stories/4057/austin-texas-jaywalking-arrests?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=viralvideoposttext&utm_campaign=videos
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Jeremy Kingg, one of the three arrested, told ATTN: that the group was uncertain if they were allowed to cross the street at about 2:30 a.m. and called out to Austin police officers who were standing nearby. When the officers didn't respond, they proceeded to cross.

And yeah, I've jaywalked in front of cops before and never once thought I'd get a ticket. I think it's technically against the law here (Minneapolis), but I've never heard of someone getting stopped for it.
post #3433 of 6095
Six year old was blown away this week, shots to head and chest. Body camera footage leads to charges ahead of autopsy.

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2015/11/2_police_officers_charged_in_m.html
post #3434 of 6095
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Originally Posted by greekgeek View Post

Six year old was blown away this week, shots to head and chest. Body camera footage leads to charges ahead of autopsy.

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2015/11/2_police_officers_charged_in_m.html

The killer cops are black and the autistic boy was white so this one will be much tougher to politicize.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/louisiana-police-arrested-boy-killed-1.3309024

And there are no catchy slogans like "Hands up, don't shoot" or "I can't breathe. I can't breathe"

This story won't have legs.

And sadly, it happened in an area that doesn't have the money for a big family payoff like Garner or Freddie Gray.

The victims,




The cops,


Edited by rnoldh - 11/7/15 at 2:34pm
post #3435 of 6095
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Originally Posted by Hombre Secreto View Post

Why would you jaywalk in front of a bunch of Cops? It's almost like they were daring them to stop them. Not saying the beatdown was justified, but did they think they were not going to get at least a ticket? I've been ticketed for jaywalking twice, so I don't do that in front of them no more.

Or maybe they didn't know that jaywalking was a misdemeanor? Possible I guess.

 

Daring a cop to stop you is making a right on a red without stopping or accelerating through a yellow.  Jaywalking?  I grew up in NYC.  There is no such thing as jaywalking.  Show me a New Yorker waiting patiently by a light at an empty street and I will show you a tourist

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