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POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?

 
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POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
"How many times have we heard the story? A law enforcement officer commits a barbarous act, beating and even killing a person who did not deserve to die. The officer responsible goes essentially unpunished. The community is outraged over the incident, but because there is no system of recourse there is nothing the public can do."

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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
Yes.

Too bad they'd never allow us that sort of power.
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04/22/2013 09:41 PM
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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
Ok, that makes sense now, thanks OP. The other question I have refers to your sentence "The basic jist is Mike & Sunil placed the marathon bombs as part of a controlled explosion Craft drill" I'm hung up on why Craft would hold a controlled explosion during a crowded, public event. Wouldn't they only have authority to do a drill in a "controlled" or safe environment? I knowing I'm showing my ignorance, but just trying to understand. Thanks.
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The drill or exercise is a perfect cover for an inside job. Only a handful of people know before hand that there will be an actual bombing. The rest think they are participating in a drill.

That way, if the real bomber is caught before he places the explosive, they can claim it was part of the drill and whisk him away.

When the explosion does happen, the fact that a drill is going on is VERY beneficial. There obviously is a massive amount of confusion with the authorities who weren't in on it. The likelihood that the actual bomber will escape is MUCH higher.

Afterwards, a pre selected patsy is apprehended and blamed and the security complex as a whole is justified.

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Yes.

Too bad they'd never allow us that sort of power.
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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
Ok, that makes sense now, thanks OP. The other question I have refers to your sentence "The basic jist is Mike & Sunil placed the marathon bombs as part of a controlled explosion Craft drill" I'm hung up on why Craft would hold a controlled explosion during a crowded, public event. Wouldn't they only have authority to do a drill in a "controlled" or safe environment? I knowing I'm showing my ignorance, but just trying to understand. Thanks.
 Quoting: Act 2 Scene 1


The drill or exercise is a perfect cover for an inside job. Only a handful of people know before hand that there will be an actual bombing. The rest think they are participating in a drill.

That way, if the real bomber is caught before he places the explosive, they can claim it was part of the drill and whisk him away.

When the explosion does happen, the fact that a drill is going on is VERY beneficial. There obviously is a massive amount of confusion with the authorities who weren't in on it. The likelihood that the actual bomber will escape is MUCH higher.

Afterwards, a pre selected patsy is apprehended and blamed and the security complex as a whole is justified.

Hegelian Dialectic
 Quoting: Jonny Blaze



hope you signed up. baby steps
Yes.

Too bad they'd never allow us that sort of power.
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Lol did not mean to quote another thread...
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04/22/2013 10:04 PM
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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
you don't have to fire them. Just file a grievance with,and threaten to sue the insurer who holds their bond.
Once the insurer pulls their bond they can't do any job that allows them to carry a weapon.

Of course you must have a Just Cause to begin with.
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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
you don't have to fire them. Just file a grievance with,and threaten to sue the insurer who holds their bond.
Once the insurer pulls their bond they can't do any job that allows them to carry a weapon.

Of course you must have a Just Cause to begin with.
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See, now that's the kind of useful info GLPers provide.

Still, taxpaying citizens should be able to have a little more say over public servant reps imo
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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
bump

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04/22/2013 11:49 PM

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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
I voted yes, if for any reason the no votes are at an abnormal disadvantage and all of the yes's disappeared, the votes were probably flipped. I see it happen way too often. x:

Last Edited by OrneryAnubis on 04/22/2013 11:50 PM
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Re: POLL: Should The Public Be Able To Fire Police Officers?
I voted yes, if for any reason the no votes are at an abnormal disadvantage and all of the yes's disappeared, the votes were probably flipped. I see it happen way too often. x:
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