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When Defending Cops Becomes Impossible


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7 minutes ago, JWB said:

 

Wow a stunning and brave wymmyn peeler...somebody got a gold star for this diversity hire, for sure

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10 hours ago, JWB said:

 

Does the polar bear hunter who posted the vid say what city this took place in? Alabama is a big place--that's like saying Tennessee or Mississippi.

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23 hours ago, JWB said:

 

Perhaps a little more context, but on the face of it, this does not bode well for the female officer.  Not at all.  Just on the face of the video, she was wrong, completely wrong, but I would like to see HER body cam of the whole stop.  

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2 hours ago, Murph said:

Perhaps a little more context, but on the face of it, this does not bode well for the female officer.  Not at all.  Just on the face of the video, she was wrong, completely wrong, but I would like to see HER body cam of the whole stop.  

Even if the video has the suspect say "umbrella is my safe word" it's still not looking good for the officer.

 The posters are playing on the fact that they have to follow complaint procedures. They cannot just fire anybody or prosecute for being heavy handed because if they get it wrong on either side it will result in an expensive lawsuit.

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18 hours ago, NickM said:

Does the polar bear hunter who posted the vid say what city this took place in? Alabama is a big place--that's like saying Tennessee or Mississippi.

Pickens County, Alabama from the article. The award seems to say that. It does't appear to be Pike or Perry. West part of the state up against Mississippi. 

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6 hours ago, Wobbly Head said:

Even if the video has the suspect say "umbrella is my safe word" it's still not looking good for the officer.

 The posters are playing on the fact that they have to follow complaint procedures. They cannot just fire anybody or prosecute for being heavy handed because if they get it wrong on either side it will result in an expensive lawsuit.

Yes, lawyers are the pimple upon the @ss of the US.  What I saw looks bad, really bad, and she deserves to be fired and/or prosecuted if this video shows all the facts.  But with unions, you have to have the "i's" dotted and the "t's" crossed otherwise they cannot fire misbehaving cops.  

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On 12/8/2023 at 1:28 PM, rmgill said:

Pickens County, Alabama from the article. The award seems to say that. It does't appear to be Pike or Perry. West part of the state up against Mississippi. 

M'kay. Is the mayor of the city in that county one of those neo-marxist affirmative action gold star hires?

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Part of the problem was the DA, who, until she was finally ousted, refused to prosecute almost every case.  The PD fell into a Pit of Despair, and the result is predictable. 

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Amazingly no injuries except for the ego, reputation & career of deputy Hernandez, but how in the bloody hell you 1) mistake the sound of an acorn dropping on a car for a gunshot, 2) somehow convince yourself you were hit by gunfire, and 3) empty your magazine into the car without hitting the suspect inside of it.... 

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On 12/10/2023 at 12:24 AM, NickM said:

M'kay. Is the mayor of the city in that county one of those neo-marxist affirmative action gold star hires?

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2 hours ago, jmsaari said:

Amazingly no injuries except for the ego, reputation & career of deputy Hernandez, but how in the bloody hell you 1) mistake the sound of an acorn dropping on a car for a gunshot, 2) somehow convince yourself you were hit by gunfire, and 3) empty your magazine into the car without hitting the suspect inside of it.... 

Well, he felt ‘weird’.  
 

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9 hours ago, jmsaari said:

Amazingly no injuries except for the ego, reputation & career of deputy Hernandez, but how in the bloody hell you 1) mistake the sound of an acorn dropping on a car for a gunshot, 2) somehow convince yourself you were hit by gunfire, and 3) empty your magazine into the car without hitting the suspect inside of it.... 

This is both embarrassing, and some of the funniest sh*t I have yet seen.  I am embarrassed for their Sheriff, I mean how do you live this one down.   Even worse than the time I shot my own patrol car, and it was all my fault.  

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https://old.reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/1b25hnn/offduty_officer_captured_on_video_punching_man_in/

Amusing to see how the cop tried to weasel his way out of it ("can I charge him with breach of peace"... wtf is that?) and apparently had no recollection that he hit the guy.  Sounds like it's still ongoing... curious to see what the outcome will be.

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