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Posted - Oct 29 2015 : 2:40AM
Yes, suspension would be fine.
As someone pointed out on one of the news shows, tens of thousands of kids goof around on their cell phones, refuse to hand them over, disrupt class, or defy authority in some version of this.
South Carolina has some kind of law against disrupting class. Someone pointed out on one of those news shows that this sort of vague law and overly broad policing always ends up with pretty much everybody being guilty of some infringement, and then the actual effect is the police having discretion about when to enforce and against whom.
Loitering. Disrupting school. Jaywalking. We keep seeing the same shit.
We already have a prison population that's disproportionate to the rest of the world.

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Posted - Oct 29 2015 : 12:22PM
Because some things are just more important than a millionaire with a broken leg
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Posted - Oct 29 2015 : 6:52PM
^and once again, urthoughts shows his interest in this thread is solely to be a troll.
Mr. "I Love The Police" couldn't be bothered to mention this officer being shot when it actually happened more than a week ago. No, only now that we're again talking about a specific incident, does he choose to post.
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Posted - Oct 29 2015 : 10:30PM
^ urthoughts was mentioned so i responded. You can care less about a cops life so why would i have mentioned it when it happened.....
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Posted - Oct 30 2015 : 8:47AM
^When there's an active discussion, it's impossible to shut you up whether you're mentioned or not.
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Posted - Oct 31 2015 : 10:17AM
Sure, but the idea of a police officer injuring someone under these circumstances to the point where they can't work and make more money is a bit troubling, no? It's the principle of the thing, guy.
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 12:16AM
Not really.... I let it be untill i was mention. no matter how much Your hatred for police dominates this thread
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 12:18AM
So he sues and gets even more millions from the city. Bet a lot of people would take a police beating in exchange for hitting the lotto. Unfortunately a dead police officer in ny cant sue anybody
 
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 1:22AM
1) No...this thread can lie dormant for days or weeks at a time, and whether you're mentioned or not, you instantly stick your nose in once someone posts something.
2) Keep pushing the "I hate police" meme if it suits you. However, in the field of police misconduct, t I dare you to show me one place where I have lied, posted false information about something, and didn't own up to it. Everything posted here has been true to the best of my knowledge so if you're mad at what's posted here, your problem is not with me, it's actually with the respective police officer who committed said offense. But like any good troll, --- or the head of the FBI -- it's far, far easier for you to shoot the messenger than accept the reality of your own eyes and ears.
And again, for someone who loves the police as much as you do, you can't start your own "I love cops" thread -- you can only react to postings in this thread, because you get off on the attention.
Sad, really.
 
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 1:41AM
With you being a bothersome troll? Yes, I do.
Also, it is noteworthy that you didn't/couldn't refute anything I said.
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 1:53AM
^ u got issues dude

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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 2:43AM
To my mind, given the time it takes for a lawsuit to get to court from its initial filing to the time it takes to finally receive the money awarded (don't forget the appeals process), a lawsuit is a really bad way to get rich. You'd have a better chance of hitting it big in the lottery than hitting it big in a lawsuit--and we all know how hard it is to win the lottery.
It bothers me that many people, especially those in the religious right-wing, consider the filing of a lawsuit to be some sort of hustle, a get-rich-quick scheme--particularly given the fact that the right to petition the government for redress of grievances is recognized and guaranteed by no less of an instrument of law than the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States. A person who has been injured, accidentally or otherwise, does not have the right to injure in return, but that person does have the right to plead the case for his injury before a court--and if the court finds the case has merit, and if the jury decides in the injured person's favor, then the injured person can collect compensation from the injurer. That's how it's done in a civilized society, that's how it's done in a nation of laws--and if we profess to be a civilized society, if we profess to be a nation of laws, then that is how it should be done here.
Given how important First Amendment freedoms are to our favorite form of entertainment, I find it ironic that there are those here who would deny or diminish those freedoms, and hold those who would exercise them in contempt. Ironic--and disappointing.
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 12:04PM
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 12:23PM

In a world where so many people are poor does it matter if you have to wait to get paid? Your already struggling
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 1:18PM
^How does that relate to the point I made?
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 8:14PM
^ because u talked about law suits and how people frown on them. I basically gave you an example of how ridiculous people get with their law suits and why alot of them are frowned on.
Also u refered to the time it takes for people to go through a suit and how it would be easier to hit the lotto so i say for poor people who are poor today, tomorrrow and 20 years from now im sure they have nothing to lose. They have nothing BUT time
 
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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 9:42PM
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And of course, that completely justifies letting the NYPD injure someone whose body is his livelihood.
Urthoughts Logic, as impeccable as ever.

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Posted - Nov 1 2015 : 11:20PM
[link inactive:Server error]Thousands of rapist cops Exact numbers are not possible, since some states and the feds don't keep stats of their own offenders, and many more crimes by cops are not reported.
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Posted - Nov 2 2015 : 12:29AM
Im not justifying abuse of power. I just said an injury ( that leads to a pay day) fails in comparison to a persons death. Im sure the police officers family wishes their son took a beating instead of death
 
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Posted - Nov 2 2015 : 10:21AM
^
You keep bringing up two unrelated items, therefore proving nothing. I'm sure it makes sense in your own personal universe, but in real life? Not so much.
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Posted - Nov 2 2015 : 12:51PM
^ whats are the unrelated items? I know this is the cop bashing thread but every now and again you have to pay respect to police that die in the line of duty. It was a black cop so i figured you might have SOME sympathy. Maybe the reality is when a black cop puts on a blue uniform hes no longer a black man. Guess al sharpton thinks that way since he declined the invitation to speak at the funeral.
Edited by - urthoughts on 11/2/2015 12:52:31 PM

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Posted - Nov 2 2015 : 8:25PM
^ You appear to be arguing against the title of the thread rather than against things that individuals post on the thread. The title is overly-broad and casts a shadow on the thread, but police misconduct is real, and some people would like to discuss it and seek solutions.
 
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Posted - Nov 3 2015 : 1:48AM
Thanks for lecturing me on what I should and shouldn't be doing. MOM.
Five Star Trolling. You have learned well from your brethren on Drudge, Breitbart, et al.
And again, you defeat yourself. You've already admitted you didn't care enough to post this officer's death when it happened a week prior, nor do you care enough to take 15 seconds to start your own thread, so basically you're just further exposing what an angry, bitter and irrational person you are.

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Posted - Nov 3 2015 : 6:14AM
Cops in jail could be a porn script.
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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 1:23AM
It wasnt that i didnt care enough to post it when it happened. I know dead cops get no sympathy from you people so why bother. Maybe you have sympathy for tyshawn lee. Does anyone know who that is? Of course not.....he wasnt given a broken arm by a rogue cop so hes irrelevant
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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 1:51AM
Ok, whats the solution? Retraining? Thats already been implemented and police misconduct is still happening. Maybe there is another issue. Maybe society is the problem. When u create a society that does whatever they please because it " feels good" than pull recruits from that same society to police that civilization what do u expect.

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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 2:11AM
Professional behavior without use of excessive force.
I thought I'd been clear about that.
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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 2:20AM
^ again, how do you accomplish that in todays society
 
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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 9:52AM
I find the notion of American civilization a little dubious. As far as I am concerned, the USA is simply an iteration of Western civilization in general.
As to the substance of your argument, I may prefer doing what "feels good", but that doesn't mean I shirk my responsibilities. Were I alone in that regard we wouldn't be having this conversation. The fact is that a society cannot exist unless most participants adhere to the rules most of the time.
Having said that, policing requires a higher standard, in that we, the broader society, expect the police to adhere to the rules all of the time. The idea that police recruits cannot be trained to such a high standard flies in the face of what our armed forces are able to accomplish. If recruits cannot achieve the desired standard then it is better to be understaffed than to accept rogue elements into the force. As the old saying goes, one bad apple spoils the bunch.

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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 11:25AM
Cop who called in an assault by two white men and a black man who took his gun, sparking a big manhunt--
The officer was under investigation for embezzling funds from a youth group.
 
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Posted - Nov 4 2015 : 12:53PM
If that's how you feel then why post it now?
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 3:46AM
^ because someone made a comment about urthoughts so i made a comment back saying
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 3:51AM
...about something completely unrelated. Nobody should need to be told to feel badly about someone being murdered whether it's an officer of the law or a civilian. You insisting that we do says more about you than it does about society. As I said... sound and fury.
Edited by - Boogie With Stu on 11/5/2015 3:52:36 AM
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 3:57AM
1) Armed forces? Are you in war zones with armed forces? How do you know how they treat the people in the land they occupy? Because the new york times doesnt report it
2) i agree with you. Society cant exist unless people follow the rules. Unfortunately in this society the number of people disobeying the rules is increasing. The govt however, tries to sugar coat mans rebellion by changing the terminology of such law breakers. Examples can be changing juvenile delinquents to justice involved youth or maybe illegal alien to undocumented worker.
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 4:03AM
You dont have to feel bad about a cop being killed just like you dont have to feel bad about a black child being murdered. Its just an observation that " murders" only seem to matter to people here if they were committed by the po po regardless of it that officer gets charged with murder or not
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 4:06AM
When was Thabo Sefolosha murdered? Or are you pulling this stuff out of your ass?
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 4:14AM
^ this isnt the atlanta hawks thread. Thought it was the what the hell is wrong with the cops thread which conversations have included people who cease to exist after an encounter with the police. Mike brown, eric garner, freddie gray. Im sure the black lives matter agenda wasnt created for sefolosha
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 4:33AM
I'm about 1000% certain that the Thabo Sefolosha incident has more to do with this thread's topic than what you've posted, but it is pretty funny to see you, of all people, trying to cry foul over someone going "off topic".
Edited by - Boogie With Stu on 11/5/2015 4:34:16 AM
 
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Posted - Nov 5 2015 : 9:05AM
The New York Times doesn't report what? Reporters have embedded with our armed forces for decades, so I'm not sure what your point is. My point isn't that the armed forces produce perfect soldiers every time, it is that they do a much better job than the police do.
i agree with you. Society cant exist unless people follow the rules.
You aren't agreeing with me by cherry picking what I said, which is that most people obey the rules most of the time. No human society has existed, or will ever exist where everybody follows all of the rules all of the time.
Edited by - hardware on 11/5/2015 10:35:04 AM
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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 3:42AM
You cant compare soldiers with cops. A soldiers job is to kill. If a soldier (a sniper for example) kills evil people (plural) he is considered a hero where as if a cop kills an evil person ( singular) hes considered a killer.... No comparison
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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 3:44AM
I dont have to agree with everything you say to agree with you on a point.
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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 3:53AM
No, im covering several examples in the conversation where you just seem to be focused on thabo. Thabo was just one example out of many that was brought up in this thread. So no i never said or implied that thabo was killed but in the what the hell is wrong with the cops thread there were several examples brought up of individuals who lost their lives at the hands of a police officer
 
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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 8:58AM
Not only can I, but I already did. That they have different job descriptions does not negate the fact that both have jobs that are stressful and can be very dangerous, or the fact that both require acting under discipline.
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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 5:08PM

Look at the angel inmates on the island. Why not reward them by banning solitary confinement? Now you cant hit an inmate in the face... Hmmm... Liberalism is a mental disorder.
One inmate said the rikers guard was attacked because the corrections officers broke up a fight last week. Now i say just let them fight n kill each other but some liberal lawyer would push the parents of the gang banger to sue the city for 20 mil.
who do u think has to deal with these thugs when they get released (the police) who do u think locked up these future brain surgeons to begin with (the police) when these burdons on society are interrupting your liberal lives i hope u have more respect for the cops when u call them. Better yet call black lives matter and see if they save you
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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 11:05PM
Once again... sound and fury signifying nothing.
How is this so difficult to understand? Thabo Sefolosha is one example of police brutality, and one that garnered a bit of media attention. Police brutality is the topic of this thread. Not every victim of police brutality dies, and not every circumstance in this thread is about someone who died. You talk about police dying in the line of duty, and while that is unfortunate, it actually is off-topic.

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Posted - Nov 6 2015 : 11:29PM
Soldiers depending on unit have different missions, but soldiers do other things than kill, which was seen during the counter-insurgency phase of GulfWarII (i.e., patrolling urban and rural areas, helping certain Iraqis with materials and commodities). Though there were offensive missions during this phase, this phase largely was to stabilize Iraq post-Saddam by presence and defensive posture. This included interacting with Iraqis and not "killing evil people".
And many innocent Iraqis were killed by us, including false positives ID'ed as insurgents and/or terrorists. It's not always black/white on a suspect in questions in Iraq (Hamid Karzai, installed leader in Afghanistan who is not the clean guy people think he might be) or in the US.
Yes, they have different AOs, missions, TTP, and laws, but as mentioned above, many soldiers patrolled, protected, and helped innocent Iraqis from CI and terrorist activity. The base mission of domestic police officers are to protect and serve the public.
There's a lot of soldiers who have become police officers in the US. Moreover, door-kickers like SWAT look-for and recruit for those with military experience and tactical skill sets.

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Posted - Nov 7 2015 : 8:36AM
Reading about the 6 year old shot to death in Louisiana by city marshals.City marshals have police powers while working for city courts serving warrants.We seem to have enough problems without police wannabes running around with guns.
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Posted - Nov 7 2015 : 1:57PM
I never said the only form of police brutality were cops murdering people. Where do u get this from that im implying that? When u say u missed the thabo story because of the urthoughts fury i responded. i didnt spit any fury because this thread wasnt a focus at the time. there was more important things going on than a rich athlete getting even richer by suing the city because he got roughed up... The more important subject ( TO ME) was the murder of a police officer. I never said thabo was murdered.
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Posted - Nov 7 2015 : 1:58PM
Funny how liberals love the military now. Wasnt long ago when they were calling soldiers baby killers
 
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Posted - Nov 7 2015 : 3:18PM
I've lost track of where the goal posts are.
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