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And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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You need the teeth kicked out of your face, your lips sewn shut, and your hands cut off.
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Had the woman been black the posters on here making excuses for her would have said she shouldnt have got drunk

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Re: SHOCKING!! Cop throws 110 lb woman into cement bench, FACE FIRST. Breaks face
Well what to say, both are at fault cops are to physical sometimes, but she was dui so is a piece of shit in my book. Cops are supposed to be trained better than that so he deserves charges or at least retraining.

Here is a lesson for all i think. Also why a concrete bench with no padding that is really what caused there to be so much damage in the first place.
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Was she drunk?

Got any hard facts?

See how you automatically trust authority?

What are you doing here?

chuckle
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She plead guilty so....
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Which means it could have been a technicality, such as refusing a breathalyzer. We don't know unless new evidence comes out. It doesn't necessarily mean she was drunk.
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It don't mean she wasnt either, you are reaching to impose yore belief's on a situation that you have no insight into other than what was produced by the court result.
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Re: SHOCKING!! Cop throws 110 lb woman into cement bench, FACE FIRST. Breaks face
She resisted going back into the cell thats why she put her hands on the door frame. Dont comply then expect some force. They should have tazed the bitch then she wouldnt have resisted. DO NOT BREAK THE LAW
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If your gonna troll at least try to be subtle about it -- geeze!
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Do you deny that she was holding the door frame to prevent being put back into the cell?
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Is your woman so fat that you have no concept of what force is required of a fit man of average or better stature to get a 110 pound woman to do something?

The real question is why you have taken the position you have. Is it because you are a juvenile with an undeveloped brain? Is it because you are a member of law enforcement or are somehow affiliated with law enforcement? Are you being encouraged or directed by political operatives? Are you a sadist? A psychopath? An idiot? Or is it just that your girl is named Large Marge and the only way you get her through a door is with a battering ram?
 Quoting: HL Shancken


I asked you a simple question and you grossly insult me?

Fuck off loser.

She was braced against the door frame on both sides. It takes a lot of force to overcome that no matter what a person's size is.
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That would never happpen to a law abiding citizen. Don not drink and drive
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And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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You need the teeth kicked out of your face, your lips sewn shut, and your hands cut off.
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And yet i would still be right where you would still be an asss226
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Re: SHOCKING!! Cop throws 110 lb woman into cement bench, FACE FIRST. Breaks face
The video is disturbing. The officer clearly used excess force. The situation does require some analysis though. She is very likely drunk. This probably made the fall more likely to happen and the impact worse as she was less likely to put her arms up in defense.

Should the officer get in trouble and the city sued, certainly. The officer should not be so demonized, however.

Consider the situation and the similar situations they see regularly.

If we don't extreme behavior from the police, we can't be so extreme in punishing their mistakes.
 Quoting: luridanimus


Yes that's one thing, but such force is not even close to necessary for a 110 pound woman that isn't exactly being a roughhouse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46877058


Like I said, the officer should be punished, or sued, but we don't need to act like the officer is the devil himself and wish or desire a harsh punishment for what is very likely a mistake and not intentional.
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Yes, a mistake. Like the ones all the people in prison make. Mistakes like that are crimes. So is shooting up steroids, as many officers are said to do and which sometimes results in them killing or severely wounding those with whom they come in contact.

A mistake, eh? If you shoved your wife and she broke her face, would that have been a mistake? Or would that have been battery? What reasonable person is going to believe that the officer made a mistake? A mistake implies that he had good intentions when he shoved her. In football the way a free safety shoves a receiver out of bounds after catching a pass is of no concern. No matter how hard the safety shoves, there is no penalty because there is no foul. But the cop wasn't playing football. He was being a mean sonofabitch like he always is, and this time it's going to cost him.

No, this was no mistake. This was a crime, committed by a member of an organization known more and more these days as being populated by criminal thugs.

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Like it or not she is someone's child
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If she was my child I would shun her for drink driving. She could of killed an innocent person... Karma's a bitch!
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yup if she wasn't drunk , she would not have lost her balance in a place she didn't have to be . Its her own fault
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What should be addressed and looked at here is the reactions. GLP is by no means a good cross section of the US. However, this tends to be the response, at least in the United States, when people see the sort of video. Demonize the aggressor or attacking the victim when there is a high likelihood that both are guilty off aggression and thus both potentially victims.

It's the knee-jerk response that seems to permeate our society that is also a serious issue. Yes, this is just a thread about police brutality, but look how it illustrates how we look at each major event, incident and political campaign. Yes or no, right or left, liberal or conservative. These are issues with layers and with no clear victim, villain or hero.
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Re: SHOCKING!! Cop throws 110 lb woman into cement bench, FACE FIRST. Breaks face
And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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She was sleeping in the car as far as what the story reports. Hard to kill when the energy potential isn't there. 1dunno1

Refusing a breathalyzer in many states is the same penalty as being found intoxicated. We don't know the particulars. So if you want to make that assumption you go right ahead.
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VIDEO - A Chicago woman has filed a lawsuit against the Skokie Police Department claiming an officer used excessive force after she was arrested for DUI.

Source: [link to www.nbcchicago.com]
 Quoting: Nighthawks


Disgusting. If her father is alive he should be allowed to repeatedly bash this fuckers face with a meat tenderizer! Absolutely disgusting! Yet these fuckers are allowed to carry a firearm at all times. Now that's scary!
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SUE SUE SUE until the cities are so broke that they attemptto asses more taxes on the property owners which should get the property owners sufficiently pissed off to the point that they demand accountability to the extent of jailing any member of the town council for any aggregious acts committed by the fucking steroid head cops running around in black battle rattle.. Good thing that was not my family member...One more thing , fuck Ommamma care...militiascrewun2 wtf 10
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What should be addressed and looked at here is the reactions. GLP is by no means a good cross section of the US. However, this tends to be the response, at least in the United States, when people see the sort of video. Demonize the aggressor or attacking the victim when there is a high likelihood that both are guilty off aggression and thus both potentially victims.

It's the knee-jerk response that seems to permeate our society that is also a serious issue. Yes, this is just a thread about police brutality, but look how it illustrates how we look at each major event, incident and political campaign. Yes or no, right or left, liberal or conservative. These are issues with layers and with no clear victim, villain or hero.
 Quoting: luridanimus




I think an accurate guess is that you are someone who sees not black and white, but only shades of grey. It is a discredited way of thinking, though it is lately much promoted.


A is A. A thing is what it is.

And

When Good compromises with Evil, it is always a loss for Good and a win for Evil.


There is no guilt to be shared here. It is all on the shoulders of the cop.
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Was she drunk?

Got any hard facts?

See how you automatically trust authority?

What are you doing here?

chuckle
 Quoting: Hard Cell


She plead guilty so....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2426303


Which means it could have been a technicality, such as refusing a breathalyzer. We don't know unless new evidence comes out. It doesn't necessarily mean she was drunk.
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It don't mean she wasnt either, you are reaching to impose yore belief's on a situation that you have no insight into other than what was produced by the court result.
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You're the one bringing the "beliefs"

I'm the one saying "we don't know".

Which part don't you get?
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Re: SHOCKING!! Cop throws 110 lb woman into cement bench, FACE FIRST. Breaks face
The video is disturbing. The officer clearly used excess force. The situation does require some analysis though. She is very likely drunk. This probably made the fall more likely to happen and the impact worse as she was less likely to put her arms up in defense.

Should the officer get in trouble and the city sued, certainly. The officer should not be so demonized, however.

Consider the situation and the similar situations they see regularly.

If we don't extreme behavior from the police, we can't be so extreme in punishing their mistakes.
 Quoting: luridanimus


Yes that's one thing, but such force is not even close to necessary for a 110 pound woman that isn't exactly being a roughhouse.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46877058


Like I said, the officer should be punished, or sued, but we don't need to act like the officer is the devil himself and wish or desire a harsh punishment for what is very likely a mistake and not intentional.
 Quoting: luridanimus




Yes, a mistake. Like the ones all the people in prison make. Mistakes like that are crimes. So is shooting up steroids, as many officers are said to do and which sometimes results in them killing or severely wounding those with whom they come in contact.

A mistake, eh? If you shoved your wife and she broke her face, would that have been a mistake? Or would that have been battery? What reasonable person is going to believe that the officer made a mistake? A mistake implies that he had good intentions when he shoved her. In football the way a free safety shoves a receiver out of bounds after catching a pass is of no concern. No matter how hard the safety shoves, there is no penalty because there is no foul. But the cop wasn't playing football. He was being a mean sonofabitch like he always is, and this time it's going to cost him.

No, this was no mistake. This was a crime, committed by a member of an organization known more and more these days as being populated by criminal thugs.
 Quoting: HL Shancken

I disagree. A mistake, yes, but I am not saying he shouldn't be punished, like those you mentioned. That is absurd. You are assuming to know this individual based entirely on a short video of his behavior with a "victim" of his perceived brutality.

When many European nations encountered "native" of the lands they explored they assumed they were all mean "sonofabitch" and treated them as if they intended only the savagery they perceived. Look how that turned out, they murdered millions of people, nearly wiping some groups out entirely because they judged them completely based on a single act of perceived brutality.
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Had the woman been black the posters on here making excuses for her would have said she shouldnt have got drunk

cruise
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:youreafag:
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What should be addressed and looked at here is the reactions. GLP is by no means a good cross section of the US. However, this tends to be the response, at least in the United States, when people see the sort of video. Demonize the aggressor or attacking the victim when there is a high likelihood that both are guilty off aggression and thus both potentially victims.

It's the knee-jerk response that seems to permeate our society that is also a serious issue. Yes, this is just a thread about police brutality, but look how it illustrates how we look at each major event, incident and political campaign. Yes or no, right or left, liberal or conservative. These are issues with layers and with no clear victim, villain or hero.
 Quoting: luridanimus




I think an accurate guess is that you are someone who sees not black and white, but only shades of grey. It is a discredited way of thinking, though it is lately much promoted.


A is A. A thing is what it is.

And

When Good compromises with Evil, it is always a loss for Good and a win for Evil.


There is no guilt to be shared here. It is all on the shoulders of the cop.
 Quoting: HL Shancken

Because it is critical thinking or analysis. It is being slowly removed from Texas education, if you find it unappealing, you should come join the Lone Star.

One thing that is certain is there are no absolutes.
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Re: SHOCKING!! Cop throws 110 lb woman into cement bench, FACE FIRST. Breaks face
And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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She was sleeping in the car as far as what the story reports. Hard to kill when the energy potential isn't there. 1dunno1

Refusing a breathalyzer in many states is the same penalty as being found intoxicated. We don't know the particulars. So if you want to make that assumption you go right ahead.
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I thought being drunk at the wheel was a criminal offence?
please point out the leagal documents that say other wise.
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Pretty obvious she started some shit outside the door thats why the cops brought her back to the room. She probably assaulted then so they pushed her back into the cell where she slipped due to not wearing shoes. Nothing to see here
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most likely she refused breath test and ask for a blood test, what gives you more time to detoxification because they have to take you to a ER for the test, it is your right, and you know cops hate people who knows their rights
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And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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She was sleeping in the car as far as what the story reports. Hard to kill when the energy potential isn't there. 1dunno1

Refusing a breathalyzer in many states is the same penalty as being found intoxicated. We don't know the particulars. So if you want to make that assumption you go right ahead.
 Quoting: Hard Cell


You wouldn't refuse a breathalyzer test if you were sober though, I'm sure any sane person would take the test to prove their innocence!
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SUE SUE SUE until the cities are so broke that they attemptto asses more taxes on the property owners which should get the property owners sufficiently pissed off to the point that they demand accountability to the extent of jailing any member of the town council for any aggregious acts committed by the fucking steroid head cops running around in black battle rattle.. Good thing that was not my family member...One more thing , fuck Ommamma care...militiascrewun2 wtf 10
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I can understand the cops panicking I mean with her massive physical size and the fact that she was acting so erradic and violently, she may have been on PCP for all we know. The cops just panicked. who knows what she could have done to him
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And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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She was sleeping in the car as far as what the story reports. Hard to kill when the energy potential isn't there. 1dunno1

Refusing a breathalyzer in many states is the same penalty as being found intoxicated. We don't know the particulars. So if you want to make that assumption you go right ahead.
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I thought being drunk at the wheel was a criminal offence?
please point out the leagal documents that say other wise.
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Sure it is.

Please submit this woman's blood analysis.
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And no i don't trust authority but she had the option to plead not guilty. When you admit guilt in a court it's because there is evidence against you or you are stupid i guess. Also how many dui's end up not with the perp dead but someone else who was minding there own buissnes sorry but i got no sympathy for that kind of shit.
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She was sleeping in the car as far as what the story reports. Hard to kill when the energy potential isn't there. 1dunno1

Refusing a breathalyzer in many states is the same penalty as being found intoxicated. We don't know the particulars. So if you want to make that assumption you go right ahead.
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You wouldn't refuse a breathalyzer test if you were sober though, I'm sure any sane person would take the test to prove their innocence!
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1dunno1

That's a generalization.
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Yes that's one thing, but such force is not even close to necessary for a 110 pound woman that isn't exactly being a roughhouse.
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Like I said, the officer should be punished, or sued, but we don't need to act like the officer is the devil himself and wish or desire a harsh punishment for what is very likely a mistake and not intentional.
 Quoting: luridanimus




Yes, a mistake. Like the ones all the people in prison make. Mistakes like that are crimes. So is shooting up steroids, as many officers are said to do and which sometimes results in them killing or severely wounding those with whom they come in contact.

A mistake, eh? If you shoved your wife and she broke her face, would that have been a mistake? Or would that have been battery? What reasonable person is going to believe that the officer made a mistake? A mistake implies that he had good intentions when he shoved her. In football the way a free safety shoves a receiver out of bounds after catching a pass is of no concern. No matter how hard the safety shoves, there is no penalty because there is no foul. But the cop wasn't playing football. He was being a mean sonofabitch like he always is, and this time it's going to cost him.

No, this was no mistake. This was a crime, committed by a member of an organization known more and more these days as being populated by criminal thugs.
 Quoting: HL Shancken

I disagree. A mistake, yes, but I am not saying he shouldn't be punished, like those you mentioned. That is absurd. You are assuming to know this individual based entirely on a short video of his behavior with a "victim" of his perceived brutality.

When many European nations encountered "native" of the lands they explored they assumed they were all mean "sonofabitch" and treated them as if they intended only the savagery they perceived. Look how that turned out, they murdered millions of people, nearly wiping some groups out entirely because they judged them completely based on a single act of perceived brutality.
 Quoting: luridanimus




Ok, I'll stop believing my own eyes and start believing that everything is a philosophical question that shall eternally defy a definitive answer.

What you prescribe is that judgment be forever withheld, but on what basis? When we adjudge something a crime, it is because, in the view of those who know of the thing, a crime! In some cases that takes a jury trial and circumstantial evidence. In others, such as this one, it takes about seven minutes of video.
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Like it or not she is someone's child
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If she was my child I would shun her for drink driving. She could of killed an innocent person... Karma's a bitch!
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I have something better for you, you ask any police officer that do that for you, blood included..
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Like I said, the officer should be punished, or sued, but we don't need to act like the officer is the devil himself and wish or desire a harsh punishment for what is very likely a mistake and not intentional.
 Quoting: luridanimus




Yes, a mistake. Like the ones all the people in prison make. Mistakes like that are crimes. So is shooting up steroids, as many officers are said to do and which sometimes results in them killing or severely wounding those with whom they come in contact.

A mistake, eh? If you shoved your wife and she broke her face, would that have been a mistake? Or would that have been battery? What reasonable person is going to believe that the officer made a mistake? A mistake implies that he had good intentions when he shoved her. In football the way a free safety shoves a receiver out of bounds after catching a pass is of no concern. No matter how hard the safety shoves, there is no penalty because there is no foul. But the cop wasn't playing football. He was being a mean sonofabitch like he always is, and this time it's going to cost him.

No, this was no mistake. This was a crime, committed by a member of an organization known more and more these days as being populated by criminal thugs.
 Quoting: HL Shancken

I disagree. A mistake, yes, but I am not saying he shouldn't be punished, like those you mentioned. That is absurd. You are assuming to know this individual based entirely on a short video of his behavior with a "victim" of his perceived brutality.

When many European nations encountered "native" of the lands they explored they assumed they were all mean "sonofabitch" and treated them as if they intended only the savagery they perceived. Look how that turned out, they murdered millions of people, nearly wiping some groups out entirely because they judged them completely based on a single act of perceived brutality.
 Quoting: luridanimus




Ok, I'll stop believing my own eyes and start believing that everything is a philosophical question that shall eternally defy a definitive answer.

What you prescribe is that judgment be forever withheld, but on what basis? When we adjudge something a crime, it is because, in the view of those who know of the thing, a crime! In some cases that takes a jury trial and circumstantial evidence. In others, such as this one, it takes about seven minutes of video.
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I said he should punished, countless time, how is that removing of judgement?
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Summary of many police on the force today:

Sociopaths attracted to positions of power where they abuse / kill for kicks.


Problem with the system:

The tax payer pays the $75,000.00 she'll likely be awarded (a number contrived from calculating how much a minimum trial will cost the city)


Solution to avoid this in the future:

Like the rest of us who would be thrown in jail, charged, and held personally accountable for financial restitution to the victim, all police officers much be held to the same level of responsibility as the rest of us.

This would quickly, and I mean VERY QUICKLY cause a landslide decrease in the # of police brutality acts.
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THIS INST THE BEST WAY TO TREAT A WOMAN

STUPID ANIMAL
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SUE SUE SUE until the cities are so broke that they attemptto asses more taxes on the property owners which should get the property owners sufficiently pissed off to the point that they demand accountability to the extent of jailing any member of the town council for any aggregious acts committed by the fucking steroid head cops running around in black battle rattle.. Good thing that was not my family member...One more thing , fuck Ommamma care...militiascrewun2 wtf 10
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14410089


I can understand the cops panicking I mean with her massive physical size and the fact that she was acting so erradic and violently, she may have been on PCP for all we know. The cops just panicked. who knows what she could have done to him
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21589039


This is just nimwit thinking, and I mean that in a nice way. You see the best in people including cop who had no reason to throw her in the cell.

She was doing just fine on her own. cowards.





GLP