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« Reply #675 on: March 19, 2018, 06:57:56 PM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5519973/Texas-deputy-fired-beating-girl-outside-barbecue-restaurant.html

Texas deputy, 42, is fired after he 'tackled and brutally BEAT' a girl, 12, outside a barbecue restaurant during an off-duty drinking binge rage

- Texas deputy Jack Danford Jr., 42, allegedly beat a girl, 12, in a drunken rage
- The incident happened at Oakwood BBQ in Austin on March 3
- The unnamed girl was outside waiting on her stepdad when she was attacked
- The child reportedly went to play with her stepdad, Russell Cope's dog when the deputy tackled her to the ground
- Cope said the officer 'was hammer fisting' his stepdaughter when he intervened
- Manager Will Atkins said he also threatened to call police on the deputy earlier
- Danford was arrested at the scene and charged with public intoxication, injury to a child and resisting search


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« Reply #676 on: March 19, 2018, 10:28:57 PM »
https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/19/17138846/google-police-location-data-crime-scenes

Cops are now trying to have Google turn over details of any devices near crime scenes.  Total big brother shit.

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« Reply #677 on: March 19, 2018, 10:42:28 PM »
yeah I hope that gets fucking shot down fast.

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« Reply #679 on: May 07, 2018, 04:24:50 PM »
Incidents like this add fuel to the argument that too many cops are being straight up bullies.


https://www.ocregister.com/2018/05/04/video-shows-off-duty-officer-pulling-gun-on-man-mistakenly-suspected-of-stealing-mentos/

One minute, Jose Arreola was buying a pack of Mentos at an Orange County service station.

The next minute, he was at the business end of a gun drawn by an off-duty Buena Park police officer who thought Arreola had stolen the $1.19 roll of mints.

Arreola, who wears his hair short but has a long goatee, can be seen in a store security video placing the candy on the counter and handing the clerk a $20 bill from the $60 he got from the ATM.

While waiting for his change, Arreola pockets the candy. Immediately, a man in black shorts standing behind him in line pulls a gun from the pocket of his black hoody, announces he is a police officer and tells Arreola to put the Mentos back on the counter.

Arreola throws his hands up and protests that he paid for the mints. The officer can be heard telling Arreola to take his change and leave, minus the Mentos. Finally, the officer asks the cashier if Arreola paid for the mints.

Yes, says the cashier.

“Are you sure?” the officer asks.

Again, the cashier says yes.

“My apologies,” the officer tells a visibly shaken Arreola.

Sorry isn’t enough, Arreola said in an interview. He has retained an attorney and requested financial damages from the Buena Park department.

“Are you seriously pulling a gun out over a pack of Mentos?” he asks.
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« Reply #680 on: May 07, 2018, 04:33:53 PM »
That guy needs extensive re-training at the very least.

We shouldn't be in a situation where "At least he didn't shoot the guy and apologized." can be said in the conversation. The gun should have never come out in this case.

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« Reply #681 on: May 07, 2018, 05:09:09 PM »
Things like this are a result of American mentality. In America if you question the police or military you are instantly on the defensive in many circles. There were even fucking loons defending the Arizona shooting execution I posted on the previous page a few months ago.

It's like a collective fanaticism has inflicted many that simply refuse to accept that weaponized order style authority figures can be wrong. Unless of course they are from a focused group they hate and having conflict with those who are not.
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« Reply #682 on: May 09, 2018, 06:48:44 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExJGn2L-xbk

NYPD gets pissed when people support the Fourth Amendment on Twitter.

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« Reply #683 on: May 09, 2018, 07:39:30 PM »
That guy needs extensive re-training at the very least.

We shouldn't be in a situation where "At least he didn't shoot the guy and apologized." can be said in the conversation. The gun should have never come out in this case.

A lot of these problems would go away if departments could just fire fuckheads like this the first time they pulled something like this (in addition to any criminal charges.) No re-training, no arbitration. You do something like this? You’re gone. And make it impossible for them to move counties or states to find a new LEO job, as problem officers can do now.


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« Reply #684 on: May 09, 2018, 07:44:30 PM »
That guy needs extensive re-training at the very least.

We shouldn't be in a situation where "At least he didn't shoot the guy and apologized." can be said in the conversation. The gun should have never come out in this case.

A lot of these problems would go away if departments could just fire fuckheads like this the first time they pulled something like this (in addition to any criminal charges.) No re-training, no arbitration. You do something like this? You’re gone. And make it impossible for them to move counties or states to find a new LEO job, as problem officers can do now.
Being able to just enter a different LEO job if you are fired or leave under bad circumstances annoys the fuck out of me.

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« Reply #685 on: May 09, 2018, 09:38:06 PM »
^^^ Right. In most professional fields, it’s a major red flag if you’re fired from a job because of unprofessional behavior. In policing, it seems like it’s no big deal.


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« Reply #686 on: May 10, 2018, 12:27:29 PM »
^^^ Right. In most professional fields, it’s a major red flag if you’re fired from a job because of unprofessional behavior. In policing, it seems like it’s no big deal.

Even leaving the numerous legitimate moral and ethical arguments aside, it doesn't even make sense from a financial standpoint.

This person is a proven financial liability because even if criminal charges are dropped or never brought against the officer, somebody is going to pay for a civil suit. That money comes from taxpayers 99/100 times. Taxpayers should be pissed because that 200K+ the victim's family gets could have gone toward fixing some shitty road that everybody hates driving on. Municipalities should tell them to fuck off because they're not interested in the possibility that whatever they did to get fired or resign under pressure could happen again.

Instead, the cycle of shitheads continues. There are plenty of good cops, but too few of them hold the shitheads accountable due to internal LEO factors, and that makes them at least somewhat culpable.

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« Reply #687 on: May 10, 2018, 01:57:16 PM »
Virtually all cops are piece of shit psychos. Par the course for this "culture".

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« Reply #688 on: May 10, 2018, 11:25:30 PM »
Virtually all cops are piece of shit psychos. Par the course for this "culture".
We are in absolute agreement, here. I have yet to meet a cop on the job (in any capacity) that isn't an absolute piece of shit. Off the job? Eh...I've known like, 3, that aren't rage-fueled dicks. And 2 of them were women.

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« Reply #689 on: May 17, 2018, 12:23:56 PM »
Check out this piece of shit of the NYPD.
http://www.nydailynews.com/amp/new-york/nyc-crime/nypd-detective-probed-bogus-witness-reports-forced-retire-article-1.3994141?__twitter_impression=true

"An NYPD detective who made a career out of creating phantom witnesses to close investigations was bumped down to police officer and forced to retire after a new probe uncovered 10 more cases in which he fabricated witnesses and other information, police said Wednesday.

A criminal investigation has also been launched against former Detective Thomas Rice.

After being served with disciplinary charges on Tuesday, Rice pleaded guilty and was immediately suspended for 30 days, Donald said. He was also forced to forfeit 60 vacation days, was demoted to police officer and forced to retire.As a member of the 106th Precinct’s detective squad in Ozone Park, Queens, Rice closed at least 22 grand larceny cases between 2011 and 2012 by entering more than 100 fake witness names and addresses in official documents."


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