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Who feels safe when they see a policeman?

 
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
Anyone?

I certainly dont.

The police have become terrorists imo, they only scare people.
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Pussy.
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10/15/2012 12:39 AM
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
The last good cop I had contact with was in the 80's.
Last thing I'll do since about '92 is call a cop.
They are as likely to arrest a victim as a perp,
they taze people, beat them up, even if there are injuries
from an auto accident.

I'll never forget the kid who had fallen off an overpass,
a teenage boy, white kid too, and cops mangled him trying
to get him to respond till he was a paraplegic, tried
to arrest him for drunk and disorderly.

Couple of cops in NYC found a guy in the river, and towed
him by his feet with the boat till he drowned.

They sit people in restraint chairs for up to 36 hours,
no breaks to piss or shit, force them to sit in what they
have to do,
then let them up after blood clots have formed in hips,
and blood clots move to hearts and kill.

Fuckers are dumber than rocks.
Meaner than rottwiellers.
They think everyone is a criminal and the public
is guilty till they pay an attorney enough to prove
otherwise.

They act the worst when their girl cops are around.
They are militarized now.

I see no difference between cops and storm troopers
of Germany circa 1939.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 875736


Sad thing is, this commentary is actually very light. You forgot to mention that the kid who went over the rail was only guilty of walking home drunk, which is legal. The reason he fell over is because the cops tazed him in the first place.
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10/15/2012 12:41 AM
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
Anyone?

I certainly dont.

The police have become terrorists imo, they only scare people.
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Pussy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15916759


There is a difference between wisdom and fear. Acknowledging police corruption, and respecting it enough to steer clear is wisdom.

btw... why did quote the previous poster and then just sign your name without any comment?
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10/15/2012 12:42 AM
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I used to, until just a few years ago.

Now I realize that cops are more of a threat to us law-abiding citizens than to other criminals.
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10/15/2012 12:44 AM
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
what is disturbing is the video we've seen of them wearing military uniforms. that tells me they're looking for a fight. so far they've looked pretty good against women and children.....
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
Anyone?

I certainly dont.

The police have become terrorists imo, they only scare people.
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Pussy.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
Years ago, yes, but not anymore, for the most part.

Most of the local cops are friendly, kind, and reasonable.

However, some of the state cops are egomaniacs and enjoy harassing people.

For example: My husband works night shift, and leaves work at 1:30am on Fridays. Granted, that's when a lot of people are coming home from bars, so it's understandable that there are more cops out at that time.

They had a roadblock set up one morning. No problem. DH showed them his license, insurance, and registration. He had his seat belt on. He hadn't been speeding or drinking. The cop asked where he'd been, and where he was going. DH explained that he works night shift, had just gotten off work, and was headed home. The cop apparently didn't believe him, and carried DH's license and papers over to another cop. The second cop came up, and started implying that DH was lying about his work hours. (!!!) DH patiently explained again that he works night shift, that he just left work, and was on his way home. After much discussion between themselves (??), the cops finally told DH he could go. For some reason, they "forgot" to give him back his license and papers, and DH had to ask for them back. They reluctantly returned them. I should mention that DH is the respectful "yes, sir", "no, sir" type when dealing with cops, so it wasn't like he had a bad attitude or anything. He also has a squeaky clean, totally spotless record.

A few days later, there was another roadblock. Same scenario. Same cops. They again checked DH with a fine-tooth comb. Finally they tried to tell him his window tint was too dark. (I guess they can magically determine that at 2am in the morning??) Now, this was the same truck DH has been driving in this area for 11+ years, and not a word had ever been said to him. I guess "window tint" is the best thing they could come up with. They gave him a warning. DH removed the window tint.

They continued to stop him and interrogate him for several weeks after that ... not just via roadblocks, but by actually singling him out and pulling him over. It became pretty obvious that they were waiting on him to come through after work, and were trying their best to catch him doing something wrong. They acted angry and rude that they couldn't find anything. DH still has no idea why he was being harassed.

DH was so frustrated that he actually considered painting his truck a different color, just to try to get them off his back. He thought about filing a complaint, but was afraid it would only make matters worse.

The problem resolved itself when the truck was damaged in a hailstorm. The insurance company decided it wasn't worth fixing, and DH bought another truck with the settlement money.

He hasn't been stopped since. (knock on wood)
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This is more common than most think. If they stop you once, they will never give up. It is like the are pissed that they didn't get to write a ticket.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do, I work with them, and watch their backs when they are alone on the streets. So it's kind of a thing.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do, I work with them, and watch their backs when they are alone on the streets. So it's kind of a thing.
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...what do you do?
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10/15/2012 12:50 AM
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I feel very safe, unless i'm on something or driving !! lol
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Or walking erratically.
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DF who is that in your avatar? i was always curious about it
 Quoting: IMAX


His name I know not, sorry. My wife knows but she is asleep.
 Quoting: Desert Fox


Tonto. Jay Silverheels.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do, I work with them, and watch their backs when they are alone on the streets. So it's kind of a thing.
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...what do you do?
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sounds like a citizen deputy....
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
only if they're going in the other direction.....
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
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Or walking erratically.
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DF who is that in your avatar? i was always curious about it
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His name I know not, sorry. My wife knows but she is asleep.
 Quoting: Desert Fox


Tonto. Jay Silverheels.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25587326


Thanks, I couldn't remember his name, only his stage name.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
Yeah, that happens when you get old. You can remember things from the 50's, but not if you fed the cat.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I feel "oh shit,I'm fucked"
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
yes except when i'm committing crime, like smoking a joint or walking my dog on the beach
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
Yes because I'm not doing anything wrong. ;)
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do have a feeling of a "Law and order" criminal deterrent effect. On the road, when an officer is near me, I know that the dead beat without any insurance is not going to blow by me at 80 mph putting me or my family in danger.
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Fucking shill.bastard
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do have a feeling of a "Law and order" criminal deterrent effect. On the road, when an officer is near me, I know that the dead beat without any insurance is not going to blow by me at 80 mph putting me or my family in danger.
 Quoting: Son of Thor


80mph ? thats only about 130 km/h - you call that "blow by" ? ... AHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH ... LMAO ... lmao rofl .. omg, that is the funniest thing I ever read on this website.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do. Since you don't, I would like to see you surrounded by a bunch of criminals grabbing your watch, picking your pockets and see your reaction.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do have a feeling of a "Law and order" criminal deterrent effect. On the road, when an officer is near me, I know that the dead beat without any insurance is not going to blow by me at 80 mph putting me or my family in danger.
 Quoting: Son of Thor


Fucking shill.bastard
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Please do civilized society a favor and take your uneducated criminal self back to Mexico, or stay here and learn how to debate a topic without resorting to name calling.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do. Since you don't, I would like to see you surrounded by a bunch of criminals grabbing your watch, picking your pockets and see your reaction.
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Pretty ironic statement, considering your sig.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do have a feeling of a "Law and order" criminal deterrent effect. On the road, when an officer is near me, I know that the dead beat without any insurance is not going to blow by me at 80 mph putting me or my family in danger.
 Quoting: Son of Thor


80mph ? thats only about 130 km/h - you call that "blow by" ? ... AHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH ... LMAO ... lmao rofl .. omg, that is the funniest thing I ever read on this website.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25600673


Do you think that the only road we will see an officer is on an Interstate highway? That is the most ignorant assumption I have ever seen on this website.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do have a feeling of a "Law and order" criminal deterrent effect. On the road, when an officer is near me, I know that the dead beat without any insurance is not going to blow by me at 80 mph putting me or my family in danger.
 Quoting: Son of Thor


80mph ? thats only about 130 km/h - you call that "blow by" ? ... AHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH ... LMAO ... lmao rofl .. omg, that is the funniest thing I ever read on this website.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25600673


Ah, you drive the Autobahn, right?

In a 65 mph area I'll go average 75.
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Carney: Benghazi happened a long time ago.
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All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent...Thomas Jefferson

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government...Thomas Jefferson

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty...Thomas Jefferson

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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do have a feeling of a "Law and order" criminal deterrent effect. On the road, when an officer is near me, I know that the dead beat without any insurance is not going to blow by me at 80 mph putting me or my family in danger.
 Quoting: Son of Thor


80mph ? thats only about 130 km/h - you call that "blow by" ? ... AHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH ... LMAO ... lmao rofl .. omg, that is the funniest thing I ever read on this website.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25600673


+1
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I do. Since you don't, I would like to see you surrounded by a bunch of criminals grabbing your watch, picking your pockets and see your reaction.
 Quoting: truthwillsetyoufreeagain


Pretty ironic statement, considering your sig.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24859396


Ironic or the truth? Hmmmm.
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Howard Dean: Benghazi is a laughable joke. (ARRRRRRRRRRRRR)
Hillary: What difference does it make?
Carney: Benghazi happened a long time ago.
Congressman Cummings: Death is a part of life.
______________

As long as I am an American citizen and American blood runs in these veins I shall hold myself at liberty to speak, to write, and to publish whatever I please on any subject.” - Elijah Parish Lovejoy(1802-1837)

All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent...Thomas Jefferson

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government...Thomas Jefferson

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty...Thomas Jefferson

Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light...George Washington


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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
police are generally trouble. sometimes they may be needed, other times just unecessary trouble.

simply put, they are just policy officers to enforce the elite bankers empire.. and not really for helping the small people.
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
I feel "oh shit,I'm fucked"
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Why YOU in particular?
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Howard Dean: Benghazi is a laughable joke. (ARRRRRRRRRRRRR)
Hillary: What difference does it make?
Carney: Benghazi happened a long time ago.
Congressman Cummings: Death is a part of life.
______________

As long as I am an American citizen and American blood runs in these veins I shall hold myself at liberty to speak, to write, and to publish whatever I please on any subject.” - Elijah Parish Lovejoy(1802-1837)

All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent...Thomas Jefferson

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government...Thomas Jefferson

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty...Thomas Jefferson

Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light...George Washington


abishere
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Re: Who feels safe when they see a policeman?
police are generally trouble. sometimes they may be needed, other times just unecessary trouble.

simply put, they are just policy officers to enforce the elite bankers empire.. and not really for helping the small people.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25600712


That is so ridiculous. You hear a handful of stories on GLP and you generalize. That's not the way it is in my area.
886
Howard Dean: Benghazi is a laughable joke. (ARRRRRRRRRRRRR)
Hillary: What difference does it make?
Carney: Benghazi happened a long time ago.
Congressman Cummings: Death is a part of life.
______________

As long as I am an American citizen and American blood runs in these veins I shall hold myself at liberty to speak, to write, and to publish whatever I please on any subject.” - Elijah Parish Lovejoy(1802-1837)

All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent...Thomas Jefferson

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government...Thomas Jefferson

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty...Thomas Jefferson

Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light...George Washington


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