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Last Edited by Use your brian, moran! on 09/25/2014 10:00 AM
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It was a "seatbelt violation"!!!!

The guy said he just bulled it off at the corner going into the gas station!

This new 'shoot first' police training has gone too far.
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Usually people pull their license out of their wallet, they don't turn from the cop and go digging for it in their car seat.

I can understand how a cop in high alert mode could think he was going in his car to grab a gun.

Is the cop at fault in this scenario? Yeah, he was quick to judge but I feel the cop's action is within reason.
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Hmmm.......... you feel strongly both ways, do you?

He was quick to judge AND reasonable too?

There is nothing "reasonable" about shooting an unarmed person who is not attacking you. Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety? Of course. He drew his weapon and pointed it at the driver. He was ready for a confrontation if one was coming, but shooting was not called for.

Why do so many cops value their own lives more than the people who they were hired to serve? Why are so many cops willing to hurt and kill other people if they feel threatened? What did they think they would feel when they took the job?

Good judgement and courage are required to be a good police officer and this officer crossed the line by shooting when it was not required.
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Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety?

I believe the cop said he was being questioned due to a 'seatbelt violation'. Very unsafe thing to do. That sounds like reason enough. I mean, if the guy doesn't care about his own safety, he's just as likely to put a bullet in the cops head.

Good call by the officer. Thinking ahead.
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Ahh......... except I know more than you. I did that job for over 20 years. I have experienced far more than a single man reaching into his vehicle to retrieve his license and I never shot at anyone. Came close a few times with ARMED suspects.

Good judgement and courage. Nothing is more important than those things if you want to be a good police officer.
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jeebus. I knew I should have put /sarc at the end. c'mon really?
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The video showing a shooting involving a former South Carolina state trooper and an unarmed man has been released to the public.

[link to www.wltx.com]
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What in the FUCK? Even after shooting the guy he is still going on about seeing ID?????
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And we add to the list.

Ask for license, go for license = shoot to kill
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The video showing a shooting involving a former South Carolina state trooper and an unarmed man has been released to the public.

[link to www.wltx.com]
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That officer is a royal fuckhead and needs to be imprisoned.
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Hmmm.......... you feel strongly both ways, do you?

He was quick to judge AND reasonable too?

There is nothing "reasonable" about shooting an unarmed person who is not attacking you. Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety? Of course. He drew his weapon and pointed it at the driver. He was ready for a confrontation if one was coming, but shooting was not called for.

Why do so many cops value their own lives more than the people who they were hired to serve? Why are so many cops willing to hurt and kill other people if they feel threatened? What did they think they would feel when they took the job?

Good judgement and courage are required to be a good police officer and this officer crossed the line by shooting when it was not required.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63252547


Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety?

I believe the cop said he was being questioned due to a 'seatbelt violation'. Very unsafe thing to do. That sounds like reason enough. I mean, if the guy doesn't care about his own safety, he's just as likely to put a bullet in the cops head.

Good call by the officer. Thinking ahead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


Ahh......... except I know more than you. I did that job for over 20 years. I have experienced far more than a single man reaching into his vehicle to retrieve his license and I never shot at anyone. Came close a few times with ARMED suspects.

Good judgement and courage. Nothing is more important than those things if you want to be a good police officer.
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Yea, because nothing spells 'courage' like arresting un-armed pot-heads for a living under color-of-law.

Keep up the good work.
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Hmmm.......... are you high now or have you lost so many brain cells from smoking pot your whole life that good thinking is no longer possible for you?

I said I did that job. The word "did" is past tense. I can't "keep up the good work".

Thanks for showing us what being a pot-head has done to you.
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Hmmm.......... you feel strongly both ways, do you?

He was quick to judge AND reasonable too?

There is nothing "reasonable" about shooting an unarmed person who is not attacking you. Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety? Of course. He drew his weapon and pointed it at the driver. He was ready for a confrontation if one was coming, but shooting was not called for.

Why do so many cops value their own lives more than the people who they were hired to serve? Why are so many cops willing to hurt and kill other people if they feel threatened? What did they think they would feel when they took the job?

Good judgement and courage are required to be a good police officer and this officer crossed the line by shooting when it was not required.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63252547


Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety?

I believe the cop said he was being questioned due to a 'seatbelt violation'. Very unsafe thing to do. That sounds like reason enough. I mean, if the guy doesn't care about his own safety, he's just as likely to put a bullet in the cops head.

Good call by the officer. Thinking ahead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


Ahh......... except I know more than you. I did that job for over 20 years. I have experienced far more than a single man reaching into his vehicle to retrieve his license and I never shot at anyone. Came close a few times with ARMED suspects.

Good judgement and courage. Nothing is more important than those things if you want to be a good police officer.
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jeebus. I knew I should have put /sarc at the end. c'mon really?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


If it was just you and me talking, I would have smiled at your comments. However, I have been in this forum long enough to know that there are many people who miss obvious information and your subtle sarcasm would surely be missed.

An unjustified police shooting is not a topic that should be misunderstood. These words triggered my response to you "put a bullet in the cops head"

I hope you understand.
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The video showing a shooting involving a former South Carolina state trooper and an unarmed man has been released to the public.

[link to www.wltx.com]
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Fucked up on every level. That cop needs to spend 20 years behind bars!
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Usually people pull their license out of their wallet, they don't turn from the cop and go digging for it in their car seat.

I can understand how a cop in high alert mode could think he was going in his car to grab a gun.

Is the cop at fault in this scenario? Yeah, he was quick to judge but I feel the cop's action is within reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3042112


Hmmm.......... you feel strongly both ways, do you?

He was quick to judge AND reasonable too?

There is nothing "reasonable" about shooting an unarmed person who is not attacking you. Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety? Of course. He drew his weapon and pointed it at the driver. He was ready for a confrontation if one was coming, but shooting was not called for.

Why do so many cops value their own lives more than the people who they were hired to serve? Why are so many cops willing to hurt and kill other people if they feel threatened? What did they think they would feel when they took the job?

Good judgement and courage are required to be a good police officer and this officer crossed the line by shooting when it was not required.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63252547


Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety?

I believe the cop said he was being questioned due to a 'seatbelt violation'. Very unsafe thing to do. That sounds like reason enough. I mean, if the guy doesn't care about his own safety, he's just as likely to put a bullet in the cops head.

Good call by the officer. Thinking ahead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691



Using that same logic, J-walkers should be taken out at a distance by police snipers....we can figure the rest out later.
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What you people put up with is just insane. The funny thing about it is most of Americans still believe they live in a free country. That's why those coke snorting Muslim fanatics attacked the US on 9/11, remember?
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At least this guy is being charged. No business being a damn cop. Like someone said in the other thread yesterday. If the military has to put up with their BS rules of engagement in a fucking warzone, these cops should at the least be required to follow the same rules.
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At least the officer .. former officer didn't get away scotch free.. and thankfully was a bad shot.
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This is all on purpose.

They are "fear conditioning" us to quell dissent and rebellion.

Just sayin'.
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Usually people pull their license out of their wallet, they don't turn from the cop and go digging for it in their car seat.

I can understand how a cop in high alert mode could think he was going in his car to grab a gun.

Is the cop at fault in this scenario? Yeah, he was quick to judge but I feel the cop's action is within reason.
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You are a fucking idiot
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I second that.
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Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety?

I believe the cop said he was being questioned due to a 'seatbelt violation'. Very unsafe thing to do. That sounds like reason enough. I mean, if the guy doesn't care about his own safety, he's just as likely to put a bullet in the cops head.

Good call by the officer. Thinking ahead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


Ahh......... except I know more than you. I did that job for over 20 years. I have experienced far more than a single man reaching into his vehicle to retrieve his license and I never shot at anyone. Came close a few times with ARMED suspects.

Good judgement and courage. Nothing is more important than those things if you want to be a good police officer.
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jeebus. I knew I should have put /sarc at the end. c'mon really?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


If it was just you and me talking, I would have smiled at your comments. However, I have been in this forum long enough to know that there are many people who miss obvious information and your subtle sarcasm would surely be missed.

An unjustified police shooting is not a topic that should be misunderstood. These words triggered my response to you "put a bullet in the cops head"

I hope you understand.
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Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety?

I believe the cop said he was being questioned due to a 'seatbelt violation'. Very unsafe thing to do. That sounds like reason enough. I mean, if the guy doesn't care about his own safety, he's just as likely to put a bullet in the cops head.

Good call by the officer. Thinking ahead.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


Ahh......... except I know more than you. I did that job for over 20 years. I have experienced far more than a single man reaching into his vehicle to retrieve his license and I never shot at anyone. Came close a few times with ARMED suspects.

Good judgement and courage. Nothing is more important than those things if you want to be a good police officer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63252547


jeebus. I knew I should have put /sarc at the end. c'mon really?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3327691


If it was just you and me talking, I would have smiled at your comments. However, I have been in this forum long enough to know that there are many people who miss obvious information and your subtle sarcasm would surely be missed.

An unjustified police shooting is not a topic that should be misunderstood. These words triggered my response to you "put a bullet in the cops head"

I hope you understand.
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i thought you were mister 20 yrs experience and you had some great discernment? i knew he trolled you immediately.. i even posted it before his admission.

maybe there is a lesson in there huh?


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The video showing a shooting involving a former South Carolina state trooper and an unarmed man has been released to the public.

[link to www.wltx.com]
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Seat belt violation.
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The video showing a shooting involving a former South Carolina state trooper and an unarmed man has been released to the public.

[link to www.wltx.com]
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Well at least the cop was charged and fined on for it.

This is why they need to raise the minimum IQ requirement to become an officer.
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"Groubert was charged Wednesday with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature in connection with the incident. Bond was set at $75,000."

Thank god for that.

And thank god for his shitty aim:

"Jones reached in his car for his license and Groubert immediately shot at Jones several times.

Jones was hit by one bullet in the hip. "
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The video showing a shooting involving a former South Carolina state trooper and an unarmed man has been released to the public.

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Well at least the cop was charged and fined on for it.

This is why they need to raise the minimum IQ requirement to become an officer.
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Police Officially Refuse To Hire Applicants With High IQ Scores

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I'm usually defending the cops on here, because a lot of you are just stupid, but this one is pretty bad. Not much you can defend on this. When people get pulled over, they are usually nervous, whether they are guilty of anything or not. You have to give the driver some leeway of irrational behavior. He just plain capped him the minute he reached into his car.

The bad thing about this? The black ghetto culture has brought all this down on themselves and this innocent guy gets shot because of it. I'm sure there is a 50% chance that when someone dives into their car like that, he could be reaching for a gun. It's a sad situation.
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Usually people pull their license out of their wallet, they don't turn from the cop and go digging for it in their car seat.

I can understand how a cop in high alert mode could think he was going in his car to grab a gun.

Is the cop at fault in this scenario? Yeah, he was quick to judge but I feel the cop's action is within reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3042112


Hmmm.......... you feel strongly both ways, do you?

He was quick to judge AND reasonable too?

There is nothing "reasonable" about shooting an unarmed person who is not attacking you. Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety? Of course. He drew his weapon and pointed it at the driver. He was ready for a confrontation if one was coming, but shooting was not called for.

Why do so many cops value their own lives more than the people who they were hired to serve? Why are so many cops willing to hurt and kill other people if they feel threatened? What did they think they would feel when they took the job?

Good judgement and courage are required to be a good police officer and this officer crossed the line by shooting when it was not required.
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So right, and being a cop means your life is alway at risk. If you don't want the risk then find another job. Fire fighters, their lives are at risk too.
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Usually people pull their license out of their wallet, they don't turn from the cop and go digging for it in their car seat.

I can understand how a cop in high alert mode could think he was going in his car to grab a gun.

Is the cop at fault in this scenario? Yeah, he was quick to judge but I feel the cop's action is within reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3042112


Hmmm.......... you feel strongly both ways, do you?

He was quick to judge AND reasonable too?

There is nothing "reasonable" about shooting an unarmed person who is not attacking you. Did the officer have reason to be concerned for his own safety? Of course. He drew his weapon and pointed it at the driver. He was ready for a confrontation if one was coming, but shooting was not called for.

Why do so many cops value their own lives more than the people who they were hired to serve? Why are so many cops willing to hurt and kill other people if they feel threatened? What did they think they would feel when they took the job?

Good judgement and courage are required to be a good police officer and this officer crossed the line by shooting when it was not required.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63252547


So right, and being a cop means your life is alway at risk. If you don't want the risk then find another job. Fire fighters, their lives are at risk too.
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Pizza delivery people too!
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some people call them pigs. however, calling them military reserves is correct and exact
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Another lucky live or die by cop lottery winner

The old black lady beaten up by the chps cop just got 1.5 million for her smackin around along side the freeway in california
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Usually people pull their license out of their wallet, they don't turn from the cop and go digging for it in their car seat.

I can understand how a cop in high alert mode could think he was going in his car to grab a gun.

Is the cop at fault in this scenario? Yeah, he was quick to judge but I feel the cop's action is within reason.
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Why was the cop "in high alert mode"? Because he is a coward. He should be working in a 7-11 or something instead of carrying a gun.
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1. Thank God the innocent victim was not killed.

2. Thank God the dangerous cop was fired.

3. Now, the ex-op needs to spend some time in jail for nearly killing an innocent person who was immediately compliant and only doing exactly what he was told to do.

4. I hope this dash cam video is included in future training for cops along with the warning that the cop was fired and (hopefully) received jail time.
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Pigs gonna pig
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1. Thank God the innocent victim was not killed.

2. Thank God the dangerous cop was fired.

3. Now, the ex-op needs to spend some time in jail for nearly killing an innocent person who was immediately compliant and only doing exactly what he was told to do.

4. I hope this dash cam video is included in future training for cops along with the warning that the cop was fired and (hopefully) received jail time.
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And thank God sanity enter the thread!!

Thank you Register, you're always clear and to the point!
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