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Murderous Subhuman Temporarily Re-Instated to get Lifetime Pension

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 20:31:00 EST 4scaaRdR No.177454
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48969432

>A US police officer who was fired after shooting dead an unarmed man was temporarily rehired so he could apply for a pension, local media report.

Warning, don't watch my OP webm if you don't want bad vibes. The man behind the gun was fired from the Mesa PD and later acquitted of murder charges. He was then re-hired for a period of 42 days so that he could submit an application for medical retirement based on accidental disability, namely PTSD from the murder in webm related, thereby qualifying him for a lifetime monthly pension if approved.

As a resident of Arizona this case shocked me, as did the footage, and as soon as this scumbag's pic popped up in the news I recognized him. It was in fact the OP image I used when I made the original thread about this incident.

It just goes to show that once again the rules do not apply to those with power, or those they favor.

Truly disgusting and abhorrent. I am very upset by this.
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Nathaniel Duckgold - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:05:00 EST 8pt/AtPX No.177455 Reply
>>177454
This this the Internet tough guy made flesh cop with the "You're fucked" Rifle?
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George Nicklelock - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 21:58:58 EST Zhdk+f9U No.177457 Reply
>>177456

Hopefully someone makes sure he doesn't collect that pension for long after he's out.
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Isabella Fubberway - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 07:30:36 EST tlilhxRg No.177460 Reply
Sure, him getting a medical disability retirement is fucking insane and sick... but I love that this guy got PTSD from just FUCKING MURDERING A GUY.

I hope that fucking cocksucker can never good a good night shuteye for the rest of his life. You fucking took a life, you fucking deal with it for the rest for your life. You just sit there, watch that guy die over and over, and let your fucking brain rot for as long as you live.
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Rebecca Sanningmerk - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 10:05:01 EST bzL0bO7y No.177462 Reply
Honestly surprised he was fired at all. After all fatty reached to his right side to pull his pants up. This is really a violation of most protocols though because normally you don't have anyone approach you when they are already laying down and complying.

But no amount of bitching on obscure internet forums is going to get anything done. I snicker to myself everytime someone makes some big scene about police brutality... On the internet! *Gasp*
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Basil Bollerdedge - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 19:16:41 EST 4scaaRdR No.177464 Reply
>>177460

I used to know a vietnam veteran who was involved in some heavy shit, killed a number of guys (combatants), and when I asked him about it he started crying a little and said he still sees their faces almost every night. This was about 40 years after the fact, coming from a grizzled old badass, who killed in war, not a sobbing victim on their knees. If this murderous cop ever has a thought above animal instinct I hope it is shame regret and guilt, crushing his soul, for the rest of his life.
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Frederick Billingstock - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 23:38:50 EST fxZPTs+O No.177465 Reply
What was shocking to me was seeing how many people rushed to the defend the guy at the time. "Oh, he was just doing his job" and the like. The refusal of some people to condemn heinous acts committed by agents of power in this society really explains how people tolerated the Gulags, Indian removal, etc. The drive to conformity is really something else.
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Hedda Blimmerstut - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 00:03:13 EST +caSzARK No.177466 Reply
>>177465
It's always an excuse to remove them from any accountability. "He was just trying to go home that night" well, i'm sure the other guy was trying not to die and still got shot following orders
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Jenny Wallysteg - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 01:47:26 EST bKmif91H No.177504 Reply
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>>177465
That turd who shot Trevon Martin, he got a lot of support. Yet he kept screwing up after the free ride. Hannity tapped his pen on the table to say, look, he ws wearing a hoodie, has thc in his system. At the time, hannity site was selling hoodies.

The black kid jumped out of the bushes. Yet, there were no Bushes. The actor,
was involved in kickboxing, got a broken nose, gee, take a hit over prison. Some scratches. That really wasn't a viable defence anyway, some kid, VS. Some big guy who couldn't make it through basic police qualifications. As in, unstable.
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Jenny Wallysteg - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 02:05:29 EST bKmif91H No.177505 Reply
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>>177466
A common theme. Cops have the most dangerous job in the world. Have family, yet forget to think about family, until they are sentenced. They may apologise to the family. Occasionally, which is somewhat redeeming is apologies to the people
they took an oath to protect. Police have no duty to protect. It is what it is. But they have no duty to deflect their inability to do their job correctly. I think the is kinda up in the air as to whether the people will be forced to carry his sorry ass.

There was that movie where this cop was about to retire, and he just wanted to live as long. Apparently this guy wasn't thinking about retirement.
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Jenny Wallysteg - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 02:49:44 EST bKmif91H No.177507 Reply
>>177460
>Sure, him getting a medical disability retirement is fucking insane and sick...

I guess it's retirement 'awarded' based on ptsd. However, the PTSD should have been the cause of the incident beforehand. Not after. That I could possibly understand. I believe the defense was not based on PTSD related lack-of-judgement in any way. So I do not see
how this should fly.

>but I love that this guy got PTSD from just FUCKING MURDERING A GUY.

Only last ditch efforts to save his-self. I say, leave him with a final dishonorable
outcome.
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Martha Wacklelerk - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 13:18:28 EST fxZPTs+O No.177515 Reply
>>177505
>Cops have the most dangerous job in the world

Ice road truckers and arctic fishermen have the most dangerous job in the world. The most dangerous job in the city probably belongs to sanitation workers. Cops have a dangerous job, but this is more often coming down to the fact that they're driving very often (and often drinking and driving, no joke, cops make jokes about having beer coolers in their patrol cars) and thus exposed to the possibility of a vehicular accident rather than because they're getting shot.
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Cornelius Mendertot - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 14:11:29 EST 8c32w9KN No.177516 Reply
>>177454
Imagine, is the US had a credible social safety net, the state could provide him with the healthcare he needs without also having to burden the taxpayers with an undeserved pension.
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Polly Trotshaw - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 20:30:08 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.177522 Reply
Now, this is going to sound weird. I don't blame the guy. Not entirely. I blame American police culture. This guy has been told from day one he's fighting a war, many wars in fact. Everyone is a threat, shoot first, protect yourself. This is what shakes out of it.

Now that he did it, and its hit him. He took a life. All that Police bullshit melted away and he's realized he took a life of a man crying and begging for mercy. He likely thought he was going to be a hero, and now he realizes he's the one the heroes fight in the comics.

I don't wish PTSD on anyone on this earth.

This to me proves it doesn't matter if all the apples are good if the BARREL is rotton, and good lord is it in America.

I could be wrong, he could be faking it for free money and his cop buds are all in on it, but general, humans can't handle killing other humans without external factors, and hooboy, is modern police training one way to deaden a conscience.
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Clara Murdridge - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 21:23:07 EST 4scaaRdR No.177524 Reply
>>177522

i blame him completely. not me or anyone i have associated with in my entire life would ever open fire in that context. he is a murderer. i believe he knew he could get away with it and just wanted to feel the pleasure of that power of extinguishing another life on a whim.
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Polly Trotshaw - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 21:33:43 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.177525 Reply
>>177524
Yeah, same. But I've also never been in a situation where I'm constantly told Everyone is a potential enemy. All my actions are justified, and we're fighting a multiple front war with cartoonish villains. Its not unlike how Germans or Japanese people could were able to condone their government's actions in World War 2 without being nations of psychopaths.
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Reuben Debblestock - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 22:36:01 EST cTqHsJvI No.177526 Reply
>>177522
You are insightful, Polly. Not to say that the cop isn't to blame, but you're right that US police culture is a big reason why our country has so many more police brutalities and shootings than virtually every other developed country.
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Isabella Henderset - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 09:22:07 EST 8c32w9KN No.177536 Reply
>>177522
You don't blame the guy for what, exactly? Murder or trying to game the system that is already heavily skewed in his favor so he can leech money from taxpayers undeservedly?

I blame the guy for murder. I blame politicians for the latter.
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Jarvis Gurringfetch - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 04:48:51 EST V96D2QCx No.177573 Reply
>>177524
>i believe he knew he could get away with it and just wanted to feel the pleasure
>of that power of extinguishing another life on a whim.

Some departments have had some ahve called killing walls where cops who kill get on the wall. They have gotten medals for bad-kills. There have been departments that have been fully dismantled by the government for corruption.

Thin blue line may = culture of corruption. Different people see the motto 'thin blue line' differently. I take it as being a professional at his her job, VS. crossing the line into corruption.
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Martha Blatherridge - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 21:45:07 EST cTqHsJvI No.177581 Reply
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Baked question: have any of you ever thought about trying to join a police force in order to be a good cop? I know it's a bit farfetch'd for a number of reasons, but it's a nice idea to romanticize- like you're going to step into the force as a patrolman, and then let people off on tickets, treat people kindly, and ultimately get killed in a retaliatory attack by people protesting unending police brutality
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Ebenezer Worthingson - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 03:11:33 EST Zhdk+f9U No.177587 Reply
>>177581

"good cops" are either given an ultimatum to toe the line, or suffer an "accident" or they are shown "how things work" and are encouraged to follow the example of their corrupt and frankly evil peers.

Your best bet is to go vigilante.
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Alice Wenkinmuck - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 05:12:04 EST tlilhxRg No.177588 Reply
>>177581
From what I know about American society, it easier to be a good soldier than be a good cop. If you report on your fellow cops, internal affairs will just ignore it and notify the other cops of your precinct that you ratted on them.

And before you know it, you've gone too far in a few places, SWAT has your mountain cabin surrounded with high-powered military combat gear, and they begin shooting incendiary shit at the building.
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Isabella Degglehood - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 05:50:49 EST ar9mMa8V No.177589 Reply
>>177587
Welllll... My parents are dead, so I'm almost there.
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Charlotte Sebblewater - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 07:24:46 EST bzL0bO7y No.177590 Reply
>>177587
>>177588
Well that may be a bit far-reaching but I can tell you that any local government jobs like that are all corrupt. I work sort of adjacent to police and fire on a local level and the shit that goes on at a county or city sized level is incredible. The corruption, the nepotism, the mob mentality of shit... It would blow your mind. Most people involved are too stupid to realize it or are actively partnered in it. If you know what is actually going on and don't accept it they will run you off. Killing you is a bit of a stretch though. But they'll make your job so hard you quit.
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Frederick Tootbanks - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 22:54:41 EST tlilhxRg No.177601 Reply
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>>177590
>Killing you is a bit of a stretch though.

LAPD pretty much indirectly murdered the guy by just ignoring his reports on LAPD corruption until his military training kicked in and he started a one-man-war against corrupt cops.
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Albert Bardcocke - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 00:54:22 EST omiC6HKa No.177625 Reply
>>177601
>indirectly
Yes, because setting fire to the building he was in, and preventing his escape from the burning building, is less direct than shooting him... clearly.
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Cedric Wesslegold - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 11:39:26 EST cTqHsJvI No.177626 Reply
>>177592
I live here, and also have, from time to time, gone by the moniker" copfag, because of my direct work in LE. I can confirm what he is saying. But don't take it from me. Just look into the Massachusetts State Police overtime fraud scandal that blew up.

What they won't tell you about that, is that the reason it went on so long is because high ranking troopers were doing it, and that encouraged lower ranking troopers to either ignore it or do it themselves. Not a single trooper even dared to report their fellow troopers for the bad conduct. They should have, but I understand why they didn't.
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Martha Finninglidging - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:26:59 EST Zpj3paAj No.177628 Reply
>>177626
A corrupt dept, an officer reported a cop who held a gun to a mans head in a police car, handcuffed. Well he is still working, I guess you could call it work. The cop who reported him, kinda got a bad time. Yea older criminal cops teach younger cops how to be corrupt, while the others just go about their jobs, knowing what is happening, yet are far far more braver and worthy of 'the badge.'

But as with any line of work. Corrupt cops do get justice often. As they say, have another job to fall back on. Otherwise, if you keep cool, and be a decent person who happens to be a police officer, keep on being just that.
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Sophie Fattinglock - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 18:42:38 EST +8irr0Qf No.179321 Reply
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>>179314
Meanwhile cops from PRC are openly brutalizing and murdering fellow Chinese in Hong Kong. Where will it end? Why does Winni the Pooh hate his fellow Chinese people so much? How long until young Chinese wake up and realize there is no hope ot better future for them in China? Especially Chinese men. How many men even have a chance st finding happiness in China with a wife? No wonder so many millions of Chinese keep moving to Western countries. Pooh bear is already viciously attacking young people in Hong Kong for daring to dream of good fortune and a happy family some day, because they never will find it in China.>>179314
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Fuck Seblingkidging - Sun, 29 Sep 2019 05:56:25 EST eW7lNgCN No.179536 Reply
>>179533

Does anyone smell oriental food?
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Ebenezer Smallford - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 10:24:35 EST dZDaQqJv No.179576 Reply
>>179565
> The US is not a democracy.

We know chinabot, they make us stand for a pledge of allegiance that states it's a republic. Only people who don't think about the group indoctrination we get every morning for 7 years don't know this yet. Maybe read up on basic fucking civics before trying to blow our minds.
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Ebenezer Smallford - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 10:50:38 EST dZDaQqJv No.179580 Reply
>>179578
>Americans swear Libertarians who oppose giving the death penalty to panhandlers are beggars.

This one isn't even a complete thought.
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Hamilton Chebberdock - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 10:54:20 EST lWlEy1EO No.179582 Reply
>>179576
The USA is an oligarchy with some semblance of a democracy.

A republic is a form of government, which is seperate from how it gains power. Although you Americans have perverted the term so the rest of the civilized world generally has no idea what the fuck you're talking about when you call yourself a republic.
nb
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Ebenezer Smallford - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 11:25:14 EST dZDaQqJv No.179584 Reply
>>179582
Where do you like? And if you say China I'll karate chop you.
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Ebenezer Smallford - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 11:34:25 EST dZDaQqJv No.179586 Reply
>>179585
You already pasted this one here today, Wang.
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Ebenezer Smallford - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 12:39:21 EST dZDaQqJv No.179588 Reply
>>179587
Will they all have the same haircut too?
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Frederick Sacklewat - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 17:32:55 EST g+vb2gyp No.179597 Reply
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Off-duty cop who went into unarmed black man's apartment and shot him as he watched tv from his couch, then didn't apply first aid despite literally holding a first aid kit, who claimed she thought it was her apartment despite being a different number on a different floor with a different doormat, and different furnishings convicted of murder!
https://www.cnn.com/us/live-news/amber-guyger-botham-jean-verdict/index.html

I was sure this was going to go the other way with the fact that the cops didn't even arrest her and the media was reporting shit like having found weed in his apartment and the judge telling the jury they can use Castle Doctrine in their judgement.

Now lets see if she appeals to get it reduced to house arrest like those cops who were gunning down unarmed blacks during Hurricane Katrina.
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Reuben Genkinwan - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 18:50:16 EST JoGl7uO+ No.179598 Reply
>>179597
Nah, this is the bone they sometimes throw to say "WE ARE CLEANING UP THE BAD APPLES" She's fucked.
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Lydia Wombleford - Wed, 02 Oct 2019 00:41:20 EST 8zz7iWpH No.179599 Reply
>>179597
watch her get the minimum 5 years lol. maybe she'll get brained in prison
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Lydia Blumbledale - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 12:29:14 EST jva21RDW No.179629 Reply
I knew the risks, but I can't stop crying and repeating 'what the fuck' after watching the OP video. This is beyond disgusting, and it really makes no sense to me how this can ever be okay. I just watched a cop murder a young man who was crying scared for his life, trying so hard to comply, what the fuck.
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Betsy Dablingfurk - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 13:13:36 EST wuM6gws4 No.179631 Reply
>>179629
Daily reminder that there are Russian discords full of people doing nothing but posting catastrophic language in the comments. Repetitive messages work.
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John Lightworth - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 14:52:20 EST XA6VcPCV No.179633 Reply
>>179631
>uh oh the stoners are voicing discontent with the American police state again
>better try to distract them with a completely unrelated non-sequitor about spooky scary foreigners
C'mon dude you're not even trying anymore, get your shit together.
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Lydia Gemmerwell - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 19:34:48 EST +8irr0Qf No.179643 Reply
>>179631
I have never been to discord because it sounds like cancer full to brim with dumbass mother fuckers like you and random poltards. Who in fuck cares about discord? All I know is it's where poltards congregate to coordinate raids on forums and different boards like say this one and /b/.
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Shit Suckleforth - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 21:16:41 EST swUbA9xR No.179646 Reply
>>179643
you sound like someone who's never used a computer complaining about how evil the internet is.
Discord is just a communication platform like irc or even steam. Millions of people use it, not just poltards.
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Cornelius Cirryspear - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 22:25:56 EST wuM6gws4 No.179647 Reply
>>179646
This thread is absolute proof like no other that this board has been infected with shills, bots, inauthentic content, and obviously, boomers.
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Priscilla Favingshaw - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 07:30:21 EST jva21RDW No.179650 Reply
>>179631
I am so confused.
Admittingly my comment adds nothing to discuss, it was just my emotional reaction to OP's webm and that the cop isn't in prison for life from that is really messed up. This is basically all police shooting cases and we all already know this, yup.

NB
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Cornelius Cirryspear - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 09:40:48 EST wuM6gws4 No.179651 Reply
>>179650
You did not have such a reaction to anything you saw here or you wouldn't be here. You are trying to promote your message of doom by commenting catastrophic speech in comments sections, on forums, and in everyday spaces like this one. Either you are doing this on purpose, or you've been influenced by someone doing it on purpose, but if you expect anyone here to believe that anything in that video sent you into an emotional tailspin, you're trolling the wrong website. I don't think you actually expect anyone to believe it, I think your objective is just to shill doom and catastrophic speech.

You must know that only the poor suffer in these things, don't you? At this point? They've tricked you into hurting the wrong people. Resolve to change.
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Charlotte Drammlewut - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 11:36:02 EST plCG9k3B No.179653 Reply
>>179651
> hush, fellow American, don't complain about our great way of life
> everything is okay, our police murdering people for their own sick enjoyment and getting away with it is completely normal
> if you raise a voice, then you're an enemy of the people who should be suppressed
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Albert Cadgebury - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 11:48:47 EST 1vmFvASs No.179654 Reply
>>179631
>if you complain about unaccountable state goons murdering people and getting away with it, the Slavs will win
Oh OK better to just bend over and take it then, thanks dude!
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Sophie Brallerfield - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 12:31:38 EST eW7lNgCN No.179657 Reply
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>>179631

Russian bot spotted. nb kys electrolord masputchi
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Fuck Munderhall - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 17:03:20 EST gESDPevN No.179663 Reply
>>177454
fucking Scumbag

I have that video downloaded to my phone since the OG thread was made about this way back

bullshit
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Fuck Munderhall - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 17:13:39 EST gESDPevN No.179664 Reply
>>179597
oh and this fuck of a cunt only got 10 years and a hug.


I hope she gets fucking murdered in there
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Matilda Gickleman - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 06:55:41 EST yAGS4jrA No.179677 Reply
>>179666
>Some Americans say a revolution needs to start right now
Yeah, this is totally authentic content, not fucking spam at all. You dumb fucking morons.
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Fuck Dartman - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 05:56:40 EST XA6VcPCV No.179745 Reply
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>>179597
>>179664
Key witness and neighbor of Botham who helped convict the cop just got mysteriously gunned down.

His name was Joshua Brown and he was also a black man. Just up and dies suddenly after testifying against a cop.

What a mystery!
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Hannah Pollernad - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 10:17:04 EST vVAc890S No.179758 Reply
>>179745
Do you think they'll even bother setting up a homeless man or something for this?
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James Pubbleham - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 11:41:12 EST gESDPevN No.179810 Reply
>>179806
> Ann Coulter bangs black guys.
kinda stopped taking you seriously here bud
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Nicholas Pickway - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 12:31:28 EST fxZPTs+O No.179812 Reply
>>179806
>Ann Coulter bangs black guys.

ebin
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Samuel Brizzlefoot - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 12:44:02 EST tlilhxRg No.179813 Reply
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>>179806
>Ann Coulter bangs black guys.
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Graham Murdbanks - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 12:50:40 EST 8yU/VcEK No.179814 Reply
>>179806
>Knowing what to believe is difficult when everything is a lie.
If you really believe everything is a lie, you're mentally ill. If you don't believe it, you need to stop saying it.
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George Pockdock - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 22:36:17 EST wFK2Hm63 No.179855 Reply
>>179852
Please insert a thin glass tube into your urethra, put your cock on a hard surface and punch it.
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George Sankinket - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 00:21:34 EST oAOZ8CG2 No.179858 Reply
>>179852
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Nell Socklefune - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 00:44:26 EST +8irr0Qf No.179861 Reply
>>179859
Rape of Nanking never happened so Japan has nothing to apologize for lol
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Hedda Papperpidge - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 05:34:34 EST qUCTab5S No.179865 Reply
>>179758
They outdid themselves: they claimed he was a drug dealer and got shot during a bad deal and they arrested 3 more black men as a result.
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Shitting Siddleville - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 09:32:50 EST g+vb2gyp No.179878 Reply
>>179875
Yeah well Ann Coulter bangs black dudes
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Cedric Droshwodge - Wed, 09 Oct 2019 09:59:46 EST Sso70us1 No.179880 Reply
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>>179875
Daily reminder that nobody actually believes /pol/ lies. They just pick them up and transfer them around to try to get you to do stuff like kill each other.
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Jack Toothood - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 13:43:09 EST g+vb2gyp No.180027 Reply
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>>180026
*Cop sneaks into back yard and shoots unarmed black mother through window without warning
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Cedric Ginderstock - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 19:36:06 EST BwVqZwlk No.180033 Reply
>>180026
She probably had her door open because we got the first bit of nice weather since like fucking April. Police need to be disarmed.
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Priscilla Wummlewetch - Mon, 14 Oct 2019 18:24:36 EST eW7lNgCN No.180052 Reply
>>180033

They need to start getting charged murder for murdering people. The Guyger case had a well deserved outcome. Beyond the more immediate sentiment that they ought to have a higher moral conundrum in the act of potentially killing a person, they ought to also be afraid of the very real, long sentence they will be receiving for escalating to violence so quickly.
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Caroline Brookbury - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 07:07:17 EST y+gXBYCv No.180069 Reply
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>>180055
This one is newish.
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Clara Cimmleworth - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 08:39:09 EST lWlEy1EO No.180070 Reply
>>180055
>no police to protect property

had a good chuckle, thanks
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Eugene Gunderwill - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 22:51:07 EST DDWUEJ8U No.180176 Reply
I live in AZ as well OP. You and I both probably know as well as each other how fuckin crazy the cops are here. I live in Tempe so the cops here are used to all the ASU bozo crowd doing stupid shit so they take advantage. I had one cop shake my friend and I down for coke once and thought we were goners but he literally just told us to “get lost” and so we made a run for it and he didn’t do shit. These cops are out here drinking and doing coke that isn’t even their’s on the job. Then you have fuckwads like this guy killing people willy nilly and getting away with it. It doesn’t surprise me but my first viewing on that video when it came out really struck a cord with how unhinged they really are when they’re behind a gun. I’ve had plenty of sketchy run ins with AZ cops in my 20+ years living here and I can say that whatever crazy story you hear that sounds larger than life is more than likely just straight up true.
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Cedric Chiddlefoot - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 12:56:34 EST tszCZv8T No.180216 Reply
The US police force seems to literally be more violent than the Swedish army.
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Lydia Gillerweg - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 16:25:22 EST 4scaaRdR No.180220 Reply
>>180176

i grew up in gilbert, the cops there are bored dickheads who will question you for walking down the street, but not violent thugs. having had exposure to phoenix, mesa, and AJ cops it's a whole nother level of insane
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Polly Pittshaw - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 20:05:46 EST 1uzFtkLX No.180351 Reply
>>177454
If that guy on /b/ is to believed, American police kill more than twice as many people in a week than the police in the Hong Kong protests have all year.

That's fucking bananas.
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Hamilton Blerringwell - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 23:38:22 EST Hqr51n1t No.180364 Reply
>>180355
>
No one dares criticizes the government if they will lose their food stamps, Obamacare, Obamaphones, and Section 8.

Try football.
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Albert Snodworth - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 00:20:32 EST Ma+b01a8 No.180366 Reply
>>177454
Was the man doing nothing wrong at all? Is that the case? If so, that's not too great. Not exactly model for all moment right there, if you ask me. lol
In America we also have the Harvey Weinstein case. He abused various people sexually and that functioning could certainly use greater attention from humanity to observe it in it's core substance form, the way it actually is. Of everything that needs attention, at the top you have the Harvey Weinstein case and babies. lol With more talking, people could have known what was going on and what transpired could have been different. Ideally this never happens to anyone. I am referring to sexual abuse that this person did. Talk needs to be reached for more. Tongue muscles should be overly fatigued from excessive speech. lol
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Barnaby Clezzlemedge - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 11:33:32 EST ar9mMa8V No.180377 Reply
What the fuck is an "Obamaphone", chinabot?
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Jack Fombledot - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 19:33:51 EST qFtXSnUb No.180462 Reply
>>180364
The funny thing is, here in France we have all those things and better and people still burn cars in Paris at least once every presidency.
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Sidney Gavingnatch - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 17:21:19 EST GW1axdWk No.180491 Reply
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>>177454
oh god oh fuck
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/28/call-it-surge-vowing-nationwide-crackdown-trump-touts-tougher-and-more-militarized
>President Donald Trump on Monday said the Justice Department is preparing to launch a sweeping crackdown on crime that he named "the surge," a term commonly associated with the George W. Bush administration's decision to send tens of thousands of additional troops into Iraq in 2007.

>"In coming weeks, Attorney General Barr will announce a new crackdown on violent crime—which I think is so important—targeting gangs and drug traffickers in high crime cities and dangerous rural areas," Trump said during the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago. "Let's call it the surge."

>The president did not provide any details on the plan but said it is going to be "very dramatic."

>"And you're going to see tremendous results very quickly," Trump added.
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David Mambleneg - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 18:31:42 EST ynFQj7sp No.180494 Reply
>>180491
>and dangerous rural areas
>gangs
Also known as, Trump wishing he initiating central Asia post Soviet or South American third world dictatorship but instead crackdown on poor people. Like what in fuck, isn't his base in poor rural area? Fuck is he and fat pedohile Barr even saying? And how these idiot libertarian groups pretend he isn't worst shittiest anti-Constitution president in all USA history?

Who he even targeting? I imagine, this exactly what it like when red line/blue line theory about what happening in first two weeks before martial law and FEMA death camps opening up to round up highest profile dissidents before martial law.
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Ebenezer Sobblestone - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 19:24:55 EST i4Zbp03Y No.180500 Reply
>>180494
>the fuck he say?
This line explains your post. Switch to better drugs, you're not coherent. If you actually read into this, you'd see that it has nothing to do with any of the arguments being made. It's essentially the patriot act 2.
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Martha Sullerdale - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 00:59:44 EST g/TcEPzV No.180773 Reply
>>180770
The society is fine. The Boulder cops, some are pretty darn realistic and reasonable, and very likeable. Some are definately 'sadistic.' The struggle for the restrint chair was relatively non-existant on the detainees part. The failure of the waist restraint, one was holding one side, the other who had control, could have easilly tighthtened it up at any point. Regardless of the other dupty holding the other end against the officer who had controll. (for no abvious reason except to see if it were to be tight enough?) The one cop used a key to loosen the waist restraint, after it was heard to 'loosen it.' Hence, to portray an uncontrolled detainee. She was obviously sitting. If anything, the main objective would have been to hold her down to sit. If that was actually the issue.

The restraints statement, of this. They were taking off the handcuffs, that is why she was held forward, then the shoulder restraints were easilly tightened after the handcuffs were removed. Not deliberately misused and were correctly tightened
with little to no effort in doing so.
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Eliza Genderhood - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 06:27:23 EST 83Mm/PqM No.180781 Reply
>>180773
That's an awfully confusing description of torture and assault by a psycho in a police uniform.
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Hugh Dubberkidge - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 10:51:28 EST B2fCBIr0 No.180783 Reply
>>177454
Texas cop Jimmy Fennel strangles he fiance to death and Texas tries to execute an innocent black man instead:
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/rodney-reed-stacey-stites-death-row-release-petition-907614/
>Over the years, many journalists and true crime devotees have questioned the official police narrative of Stites’ death, but skepticism about Reed’s guilt peaked last month when a man named Arthur Snow signed an affidavit alleging that in 2010, while Fennell was in prison for rape, he confessed to Stites’ murder. According to Snow, Fennell sought protection with the Aryan Brotherhood while he was incarcerated, and confessed to Snow, a Brotherhood member, as a way to gain his trust. “Jimmy said his fiancé had been sleeping around with a black man behind his back… Toward the end of the conversation Jimmy said confidently, ‘I had to kill my n****r- loving fiancé,'” Snow wrote in his affidavit. Snow later realized that Reed was serving time for Stites’ murder after seeing a story about him in the newspaper.
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Fuck Pummlesug - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 13:05:11 EST eW7lNgCN No.180788 Reply
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>>180783

I read about that earlier. I could believe the husband did it. I also read that there was DNA from the gentleman in prison on the wife's person, however. But this could coincide with his wife having a consensual affair with the accused, the husband finding out.
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Shit Duckleford - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 09:51:23 EST YWdX7L8t No.180857 Reply
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>>180788
>>180783
http://anonymous-news.com/texas-set-to-execute-rodney-reed-despite-overwhelming-evidence-implicating-rapist-cop-editing-in-prog/
>The defense for Reed filed a motion to uncover new evidence in the case, as the initial investigation against Fennel was seemingly intentionally suppressed. Testimony by the widow of a murdered police officer investigating the case indicated that the murdered officer believed Fennel to be the killer. The murdered officer, Giddings Police Officer Gary Joe Bryant, was deep into his investigation of Fennel when he was murdered. Bryant told his wife that Fennel was guilty of Stites murder. Bryant’s wife was also informed by another Giddings Police Officer, named Nathan Lapham, the he was murdered for looking into Stites death.

>The State’s apparent failure to disclose the Giddings Police Department’s investigation of Fennell, any evidence discovered in this investigation, as well as Lapham’s suspicions that Bryant’s murder was related to the Fennell investigation may constitute a violation of Brady v. Maryland,” stated Reed’s defense team in their motion. Despite the potential new evidence, the state opposed the motion. Reed’s execution did receive a stay, but that stay is ending Jan. 14, when he is set to die at the hands of the state.

>Fennel, on the other hand, is a convicted kidnapper and rapist. In Oct. 2007, Fennel was dispatched with other officers to a disturbance. One of the male subjects involved was arrested, leaving Fennel alone with the man’s fiancé, Connie Lear. Fennel assured her he would take her to him, however, he took her to a public park, held her down against the back of his patrol car, pointed a gun at her head and raped her. When he was done, he threatened her, stating that if she ever told anyone and if he went to prison, he would hunt her down when he got out. Instead of cowering in fear, she called 911, however, Fennel and his fellow cops showed up and tossed Lear into a patrol car. According to Lear, they forced her to look into the dash cam and recant her allegations of rape – which she did. She was then arrested for disorderly intoxication.

>Lear was persistent, and eventually Fennel was arrested and convicted of rape and kidnapping. He was sentenced to ten years in prison and is set to be released in 2018. Since his arrest, more women have come forward to report that he sexually assaulted them, as well. Even though reasonable doubt was written all over Reed’s case, it was yet another apparent example of institutionalized racism that chose him over the guilty, to be punished. Despite all efforts, Reed is set to be executed on January 14.
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Eugene Pittshaw - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 08:25:22 EST 3nVtPRWb No.180872 Reply
I drive by the place where this happened almost every day and all I think of is that poor man getting his life ended by some over-excited edgy little chucklefuck.

"You're fucked", was this his self-reminder that he looked at every time he loaded up his AR-15? Piece of shit.
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Nicholas Goodforth - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 19:03:06 EST eW7lNgCN No.180875 Reply
>>180872

That's just fucking sadistic and psychotic. How was this guy ever able to get so far in the force?
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Martha Brubblemeck - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 08:47:59 EST rvsWMo5D No.180886 Reply
>>180875
>That's just fucking sadistic and psychotic.
>How was this guy ever able to get so far in the force?
Huh.

>That's just fucking sadistic and psychotic.
Yeah?

>How was this guy ever able to get so far in the force?
Really twists your noodle, doesn't it?
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Phyllis Fuckingridge - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 23:30:10 EST DnQ32w8b No.180935 Reply
>>180886
>Really twists your noodle
Your irreverence? Not really. Basic fatigue from being confused all the time.
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Albert Bidgechork - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 14:39:47 EST 4scaaRdR No.180948 Reply
>>180935

>implying we should revere cops

yeah, nah, you're a cunt
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Phyllis Fuckingridge - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 16:03:18 EST DnQ32w8b No.180949 Reply
>>180948
what the fuck? i wasn't implying that at all.

im implying that your apathy towards police cruelty is fucked up
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Phyllis Fuckingridge - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 16:06:37 EST DnQ32w8b No.180950 Reply
>>180948

This poster, >>180886 , litererally said:
>Huh
>Yeah
>Really twists your noodle, doesn't it?

in response to acts of police cruelty, and i called him out on his feigned interest, facetious response, and clear irreverence or pitiful apathy towards it.
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Wesley Daffinglitch - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 21:12:38 EST MToQzTgm No.180956 Reply
>>180950
Why don't you drill a hole in your head and fuck it?
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John Gipperhet - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 23:14:52 EST 4scaaRdR No.180957 Reply
>>180950

you misunderstand his point. he is saying, "gee, how could a sadistic and psychotic person find success as a police officer?" with the underlying implication that it is terribly predictable for such traits to be displayed by cops. if anything he is drawing further awareness to the issue with his feigned bemusement at the evils of the police, not irreverence to the victims.
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Nicholas Nadgeworth - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 21:00:37 EST DnQ32w8b No.180969 Reply
>>180956
I'm never going to be a racist poltard no matter how hard you try. Also, I'm not going to change my political alignment with the left just because I somehow got caught some bullshit crossfire. You'll never change who I am as a person
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Nicholas Nadgeworth - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 21:04:33 EST DnQ32w8b No.180970 Reply
>>180957
My mistake but I found it flippant. I agree to disagree on how far feigned bemusement will get you. At some point there needs to be action rather than passive inaction.
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Isabella Bundlehag - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 21:51:19 EST Sso70us1 No.180973 Reply
>>180970
The absolutely necessary first step is to recognize that this is not a broken system, that the system is working as designed.
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Augustus Deblingchat - Tue, 19 Nov 2019 19:56:18 EST Oi89F67V No.180985 Reply
Join the Police union.

When they strike, crime goes down.
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Fuck Murdfuck - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 15:16:36 EST PtXXPh1g No.180996 Reply
>> Be 22, shirtless and unarmed
>> Sitting on a parkbench with a buddy of mine around 9PM on a Saturday in his neighborhood
>> Cops roll up and draw guns on us
>> Say lOL what are you gonna do shoot us
>> not so funny now
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Wesley Crimmerwill - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 20:37:42 EST 8o3pgWoz No.180999 Reply
>>177454

>>Executing an unarmed crying teenager on his knees trying to pull his pants up and crawl

MERICA
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Martin Gollerchork - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 06:51:33 EST EfnSF8dn No.181001 Reply
Chinabot just can't stop bumping this thread.
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Wesley Clonningworth - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 10:43:03 EST GW1axdWk No.181002 Reply
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>>181001
>Uh oh, the smallfolk are talking about our culture of rampant abuse, institutionalised bigotry and unaccountable violence. Better leverage nationalism and racial animosity to distract them from our actions.
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Wesley Clonningworth - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 12:57:15 EST GW1axdWk No.181005 Reply
>>181004
This thread keeps getting bumped because American police keep generating news stories being psychotic monsters with no accountability. Chinabot is irrelevant to that fact, officer.
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Ian Pashwut - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 18:06:58 EST 4Elu+tp8 No.181017 Reply
>>177454
>MTA Will Spend $249M On New Cops to Save $200M on Fare Evasion
https://nyc.streetsblog.org/2019/11/14/mta-will-spend-249m-on-new-cops-to-save-200m-on-fare-evasion/
>In a presentation to the MTA Board on Thursday morning, MTA Chief Financial Officer Bob Foran said that Gov. Cuomo’s controversial plan to hire 500 new MTA police officers will cost the agency $249 million over the next four years — partly financed by the $200 million the agency will save over that same period through those and other cops’ anti-fare evasion efforts.

>The $249 million price tag was eye-popping to activists, given Foran himself warned of a $426-million deficit projected for 2023.

>“Say we had $249M and we could do anything we wanted to improve the subway system, what would you want to see prioritized?” State Senator Jessica Ramos tweeted in reaction to the news.

>And MTA Board member Veronica Vanterpool said that she couldn’t support the idea to hire the officers, which will be up for a vote, along with the entire 2020 MTA budget, at December’s board meeting. Vanterpool said she needed a better explanation for why the MTA police force had to grow from 666 uniformed officers to 1,114, especially in light of the current “Churro Crackdown” debacle — a fortnight of viral videos featuring multiple police brutality and churro arrest incidents. There are hundreds of NYPD officers also patrolling the subways.

>Still, the governor wants to nearly double the size of the underground paramilitary police force.

>Asked who came up with the need for 500 police exactly, Foye merely told reporters “that number was developed with the MTA police department and the agency,” and that the MTA also needed the police for the commuter railroads, though Foye would not say where the new officers would be deployed if they were hired.
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Beatrice Blackspear - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 20:56:31 EST dZDaQqJv No.181028 Reply
https://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/crime/article237548029.html

A former US Marine was shot multiple times by multiple officers in what started out as a speeding ticket. People have been saying he was having trouble with the VA and was having an episode. He led police on a short chase then stopped in the middle of the road where they killed him. Even the head of the Sheriffs department has called this one "dicey" in a public statement.
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Beatrice Blackspear - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 21:07:32 EST dZDaQqJv No.181032 Reply
>>181030
No Chinabot, out fascism is wrapped in a flag and carries a cross.
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Beatrice Blackspear - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 21:58:12 EST dZDaQqJv No.181034 Reply
>>181033
If this has all been one big ad can we start calling you jewbot?
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Beatrice Blackspear - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 23:31:40 EST dZDaQqJv No.181038 Reply
>>181036
>Baseball hats must be outlawed because they are ugly.

You aren't even fucking trying anymore. A shitty baseball hat with lazy screen printed letters unironically written in a bold Times New Roman font is the visual signifier for nationalism in burgervile.

I take back the jewbot thing, you obviously could use writers.
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Ebenezer Shakebury - Sun, 24 Nov 2019 14:26:40 EST L3zo7DjP No.181107 Reply
>>177454
Poor boys
https://www.theroot.com/nypd-says-it-was-stabbed-in-the-back-because-voters-w-1839666597
>New York Police Department officials are upset over the passage of a ballot measure that gives a civilian oversight watchdog more authority to investigate police officers who lie during investigations into police brutality, corruption and misconduct.

>“Today the NYPD was stabbed in the back by the very same people we swore to protect,” Sergeant Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins said, according to the New York Post. “With bail reform taking effect in January of 2020 and the passing of CCRB’s [Civilian Complaint Review Board’s] political power grab, New Yorkers can only expect the NYPD to provide paralyzed policing on city streets.”

>The recently passed proposal expands the CCRB’s membership from 13 to 15, grants the board subpoena powers and allows the CCRB to “investigate the truthfulness of any material statement that is made within the course of the CCRB’s investigation.” The amendment also requires the police commissioner to provide a written explanation when he or she intends to depart from CCRB recommendations by the CCRB.

>And that’s why the NYPD is mad.

>To be clear, the cops can still tell the same lies. The CCRB will just investigate the lies now and make them part of the official record. And the police commissioner can still ignore the CCRB’s disciplinary recommendation, he just has to write a note explaining why he gave a cop a Get Out of Jail Free card.
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Charlotte Buncocke - Sun, 24 Nov 2019 14:41:27 EST Oi89F67V No.181109 Reply
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It was a good bill and I'm glad I voted for it.
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Clara Boppernatch - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 03:22:22 EST I13LAJju No.181118 Reply
>>181107
He says they were stabbed in the back. Surely it's a metaphor, but I think it does a disservice to the dedicated people in law enforcement, as well in his statement, to the average person.
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Nigel Neshwater - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 07:02:12 EST EfnSF8dn No.181121 Reply
>>181112
Hey, at least it's not China where they first gas you, then beat you up, then they come after you when you're in a hospital.
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Hamilton Croblingstone - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 07:03:22 EST vGHmMf9D No.181122 Reply
Whether the US is a democracy or a republic, the USA was not meant to be a police state.
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Shit Naddlenon - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 03:20:50 EST Oi89F67V No.181179 Reply
303/5000
我想念父母。 我应该打电话给他们。 我希望今天能使他们感到骄傲。 我将努力工作。 对不起,我必须撒谎。 对不起,我美丽的中国。 我爱我的国家和我的同事。 不是这个美洲给我带来了地狱。 是我自己的同胞 我的政府。 我会更改它,但我不能投票。

I miss my parents. I should call them. I hope to make them proud today. I will work hard. Sorry, I must lie. Sorry, my beautiful China. I love my country and my colleagues. It's not this America that brought me hell. It is my own compatriot my government. I will change it, but I cannot vote.
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Cornelius Mindlefudge - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 12:23:53 EST 1WuO16dv No.181215 Reply
>>181212
Obama’s third term has a nice ring to it
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Phyllis Bankinville - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 22:47:27 EST tlilhxRg No.181298 Reply
Can't find much info on it as a Dutch guy, but did cops just kill an innocent bystander in a shootout in Miami?

Two armed guys rob a jewerly store, and kidnap an UPS guy to get his van. Cops block them in, shootout happens, two dead robbers, one dead UPS guy and a random dead guy nearby?
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Emma Turveyworth - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 23:49:29 EST GW1axdWk No.181299 Reply
>>181298
Can't say for certain yet, but the way they sound so evasive and defensive about it, it sure sounds like they did.
https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/coral-gables/article238090049.html
>FBI Special Agent in Charge George Piro, the head of the Miami field office, offered his condolences to the “innocent victims,” but declined to say whether bullets fired by the robbers or the police killed them.

>“It would be inappropriate to discuss that,” Piro said at a Thursday night press conference near the shooting scene in Miramar. “We have just begun to process the crime scene. It’s going to be a very complicated crime scene.”

>The head of Miami-Dade’s police union said 11 officers from the department opened fire, only after the robbers “started firing first” at the final crime scene.

>“It’s unfortunate that the bystanders were killed, but the bad guys put all this in motion,” said Steadman Stahl, the president of the Miami-Dade Police Benevolent Association. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the two innocent bystanders.”

In the meantime, Miami Police apparently hit a random black woman innocent bystander yesterday:
https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/miami-dade-police-shooting-in-liberty-city-injures-woman-bystander-11325383
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Rebecca Ginnerlock - Fri, 06 Dec 2019 18:42:04 EST L3zo7DjP No.181325 Reply
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>>181299
UPS refused to name the innocent working man who was murdered by America's police state (Frank Ordonez, RIP), but made sure to thank the cops for killing their employee.
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Cornelius Pittbury - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 02:42:10 EST Oi89F67V No.181377 Reply
>>181344
弟弟你吃饭了吗? 你的家人爱你。
宁静与和谐。
Little brother have you eaten? Your family loves you. Tranquility and harmony.
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Lydia Snodspear - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 10:55:21 EST GW1axdWk No.181382 Reply
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>>181299
Also some real cool pics of cops firing at the robbers (and hostage) while using occupied civilian vehicles as human shields.
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Sophie Hogglehine - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:00:18 EST /7uFInDu No.181383 Reply
>>181304
Yeah say that next time you call them over someone breaking into your house and stealing your shit lol
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Martin Sazzlemuck - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:04:21 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181385 Reply
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>>181383
>you get upset that police don't do their jobs...
>...yet you WANT the police to do their jobs!
>interesting!
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Lydia Snodspear - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:17:52 EST GW1axdWk No.181390 Reply
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>>181384
It's cool when cops respond to a hostage situation by essentially taking hostges for themelves.
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Sophie Hogglehine - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:26:03 EST /7uFInDu No.181392 Reply
>>181390
Yeah because there are people in the engine block right?
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Sophie Hogglehine - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:28:21 EST /7uFInDu No.181393 Reply
>>181385
Man I'm a little confused on the context. I'm probably one of the only pro-cop people posting on this board. It's kind of an echo chamber. Maybe because of all the dumbasses who want to break the law with no consequences.
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Lydia Snodspear - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:32:40 EST GW1axdWk No.181394 Reply
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>>181392
Maybe just sit this one out, kid. You're not going to make this look good.
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Cornelius Pittbury - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 12:53:32 EST Oi89F67V No.181395 Reply
Most of the world trains their police in deescalation policy when any risk to public life is present.

A person with a gun is convinced to surrender peacefully, not threatened with violence.

A dangerous driver is tracked via air or license, police are dispatched to intercept or block but no chase cars are allowed.

Unfortunately to say, the only country in the world where I have seen shock and awe tactics from the constabulatory is the hugh knighted steaks.
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Fanny Turveywater - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 14:50:36 EST wFK2Hm63 No.181397 Reply
>>181393
I bet you're the kind of person that calls climate scientists reaching a consensus an echo chamber too.

>>181395
There are other police forces in the world that are just as bad or even worse. They are all in places Americans point to as bastions of oppression ironically. Most people here wouldn't mind the CPC style police force where it's essentially the domestic military as long as it had a white face on it and was wrapped in a punisher flag with a don't tread on me cross.
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Martin Blepperham - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 16:19:43 EST 4scaaRdR No.181398 Reply
>>181395

You make good points.

Unfortunately your posting format will raise eyebrows.

In fact mods might delete your shit entirely.

Not only because it smells like plebbit but because Chinabot uses it.

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