Cop Arrests Man For Disagreeing With Him

Via Information Liberation:


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A Parksburg, West Virginia police officer flew into a rage after a passenger in a car he had pulled over suggested the driver was not responsible for a previous accident he was involved in. The cop apparently vehemently disagreed, and rather than express himself through voicing his disagreement, he decided instead to arrest the man and falsely charge him with obstruction of justice.

This is a clear cut abuse of power and this police officer is the exact type of person who should not be given arbitrary power. This cop should be fired and charged with making a false arrest, this type of thuggery should not be tolerated.

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  • Loveistheanswer

    Obvious case of a cop with anger management issues. I hear this is endemic for cops. Which makes me wonder what kind of people are attracted to that profession in the first place and if the academies which train them need to do better psychological evaluations before admission.

    • Hadrian999

      i used to work private security, never wanted to be a cop, it was just a job. I did work with a bunch of guys dieing to be cops who had been to the academy and were waiting for openings…..many of them had serious rage and power issues

  • Loveistheanswer

    Obvious case of a cop with anger management issues. I hear this is endemic for cops. Which makes me wonder what kind of people are attracted to that profession in the first place and if the academies which train them need to do better psychological evaluations before admission.

  • Notimpressed

    I don’t agree with either side here. The officer is, of course, very wrong. However, I have a feeling that if passenger dude wasn’t recording the officer, feeling a little ballsy with his questioning, this would have never happened. That cop was clearly getting ready to let them go, but dude wanted to be a smartass. It’s sort of redundant to do this sort of thing if you already have an opinion on “how the law is.” One is eventually bound to just confirm their own beliefs, as we see here. This is stupid.

    • Alias

      Having an opinion and having documented evidence that further affirms that opinion are two different things.

      • http://twitter.com/GreyMatterT GreyMatterTripp

        People seem to think that talking back to a police officer is an offense. You can disagree with an officer. You have the right to do so.

    • 5by5

      A.) He’s entitled to film the officer in a public place where the officer has no reasonable expectation of privacy.
      B.) He’s entitled to question the officer, and even to be rude. You cannot be validly arrested simply because the officer doesn’t like the “tone” of your voice. Instead the officer needs to grow a pair, and calm the hell down.

      • Laws456

        For real. I mean people who work in fast food have to deal with morons all the time. People who work for the utility companies, cable companies, etc have to deal with irate folks all the time, and if they were to call the cops because said customer was screaming or cursing, there’s nothing the police can do. Yet, if same ass decides to scream or curse at the cop, they get arrested, shouldn’t they already know dealing with the public is trying and that they need to develop thicker skin than even politicians?

        • http://www.facebook.com/cees.timmerman Cees Timmerman

          Except when politicians are being kept from their jobs, people are less likely to die.

          • Laws456

            For real?? How many times do police prevent death versus showing up after the fact? Granted, I know their bosses aren’t Professor X so they won’t be able to catch everything before it happens but cursing at a cop or giving him the finger isn’t keeping them from their jobs. Try again.

  • Notimpressed

    I don’t agree with either side here. The officer is, of course, very wrong. However, I have a feeling that if passenger dude wasn’t recording the officer, feeling a little ballsy with his questioning, this would have never happened. That cop was clearly getting ready to let them go, but dude wanted to be a smartass. It’s sort of redundant to do this sort of thing if you already have an opinion on “how the law is.” One is eventually bound to just confirm their own beliefs, as we see here. This is stupid.

  • Hadrian999

    i used to work private security, never wanted to be a cop, it was just a job. I did work with a bunch of guys dieing to be cops who had been to the academy and were waiting for openings…..many of them had serious rage and power issues

  • FreedomMan

    While I do agree that there are cops out there who abuse their power, I believe that this case was a set-up or self-fulfilling prophecy in that they turned the video camera on and were looking to instigate the cop to film this. Not a good example actually of “abuse”. Come on folks…

    • Anon

      Pretty sure the camera was turned on after initial contact with the officer, he seems to have paperwork with him that’s already filled out. The passenger simply did not like the fact that he was being called an idiot.

  • FreedomMan

    While I do agree that there are cops out there who abuse their power, I believe that this case was a set-up or self-fulfilling prophecy in that they turned the video camera on and were looking to instigate the cop to film this. Not a good example actually of “abuse”. Come on folks…

  • Anon

    Pretty sure the camera was turned on after initial contact with the officer, he seems to have paperwork with him that’s already filled out. The passenger simply did not like the fact that he was being called an idiot.

  • http://twitter.com/D351 D351

    Fucking pig.

  • http://twitter.com/D351 D351

    Fucking pig.

  • Alias

    Having an opinion and having documented evidence that further affirms that opinion are two different things.

  • Anonymous
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    • Simiantongue

      Thanks for the link. I think I’ll read that.

  • Phil

    No brutatlity, just an ‘I’ve had enough of your lip, mate’. Single cop dealing with two guys devoid of any respect for authority. Being fined. Take it on the chin. Defused the situation. Video shows only a very small portion of the overall exchange. C’mon. Show us some real abuse of power. Leave the poor cop alone. He seemed quite restrained.

  • Phil

    No brutatlity, just an ‘I’ve had enough of your lip, mate’. Single cop dealing with two guys devoid of any respect for authority. Being fined. Take it on the chin. Defused the situation. Video shows only a very small portion of the overall exchange. C’mon. Show us some real abuse of power. Leave the poor cop alone. He seemed quite restrained.

    • http://twitter.com/GreyMatterT GreyMatterTripp

      False arrest is not restrained.

    • Anonymous

      I hope you’re being sarcastic

    • Talking_black

      Really? would it be so restrained if it were you or a family member being falsely arrested?
      Police should need to know the law, they should also be held accountable for the abduction of citizens (this is not a valid arrest).
      Police are a gang with the governments permission.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MOXBYE3QE2QFIG2QMWWWEZ6LWA zon moy

      and next time when he shoots somebody who is unarmed you will still consider him restrained, at what point will you hold cops accountable to the citizens who they are supposed to serve.

      • Woofblue

        @Zon, when it happens to him or his.

      • http://www.facebook.com/cees.timmerman Cees Timmerman

        Whoa, where in the video did the cop shoot someone?

  • http://twitter.com/GreyMatterT GreyMatterTripp

    False arrest is not restrained.

  • http://twitter.com/GreyMatterT GreyMatterTripp

    People seem to think that talking back to a police officer is an offense. You can disagree with an officer. You have the right to do so.

  • 5by5

    A.) He’s entitled to film the officer in a public place where the officer has no reasonable expectation of privacy.
    B.) He’s entitled to question the officer, and even to be rude. You cannot be validly arrested simply because the officer doesn’t like the “tone” of your voice. Instead the officer needs to grow a pair, and calm the hell down.

  • 5by5

    I had a cop come speeding down the road outside my residence at 7am on a Saturday and almost hit me as I came out of my driveway going less than 10 miles an hour. He passed around a garbage truck too fast, didn’t look carefully enough, and so he had to slam on his brakes to avoid me – because he was going too fast.

    So he pulled me over and rather than apologizing for scaring the crap out of me that early in the morning and almost broadsiding me, he ticketed me. For what?

    Going too fast.

    The thing he himself was guilty of.

    And because had I just started a new job, and simply didn’t have the time to waste going to court, losing a day’s pay, etc., I just paid the ticket, but I shouldn’t have had to tolerate that egotistical nonsense from him in the first place.

    He just got embarrassed in front of his partner, and instead of being a man and accepting personal responsibility, he decided to project his own screwup onto me.

  • 5by5

    I had a cop come speeding down the road outside my residence at 7am on a Saturday and almost hit me as I came out of my driveway going less than 10 miles an hour. He passed around a garbage truck too fast, didn’t look carefully enough, and so he had to slam on his brakes to avoid me – because he was going too fast.

    So he pulled me over and rather than apologizing for scaring the crap out of me that early in the morning and almost broadsiding me, he ticketed me. For what?

    Going too fast.

    The thing he himself was guilty of.

    And because had I just started a new job, and simply didn’t have the time to waste going to court, losing a day’s pay, etc., I just paid the ticket, but I shouldn’t have had to tolerate that egotistical nonsense from him in the first place.

    He just got embarrassed in front of his partner, and instead of being a man and accepting personal responsibility, he decided to project his own screwup onto me.

  • http://www.ContraControl.com/ Zenc

    That’s one brave cop. Its really rather dangerous in small Southern towns when you’ve acted an ass to everybody or at least to everybody’s family.

    They get drunk and fall in someone’s hog pen, or “kill themselves” from regret, or they get in a scuffle with a local badass and backup takes too long to reach them (that’s a twofer), with frightening regularity.

    Nope, I don’t think I’m brave enough to be a jackass cop like him.

  • http://www.ContraControl.com/ Zenc

    That’s one brave cop. Its really rather dangerous in small Southern towns when you’ve acted an ass to everybody or at least to everybody’s family.

    They get drunk and fall in someone’s hog pen, or “kill themselves” from regret, or they get in a scuffle with a local badass and backup takes too long to reach them (that’s a twofer), with frightening regularity.

    Nope, I don’t think I’m brave enough to be a jackass cop like him.

  • Anonymous

    Ideally, something akin to “Sainthood” would be required for a “good cop” to exist. Strange why they keep letting those humans into the mix. Oh yeah, we’re all human. There are no particularly morally superior individuals who qualify. Cops are not “special” people underneath the badge. The job itself requires a person to accept a certain level of hypocrisy just to slap on the uniform and weapon.
    The job is socially isolating because no one really trusts you exept family and other cops. The job itself tends to attract people who were already socially isolated for whatever reasons. This insular attitude, the gun and badge
    tend to only amplify the condition.

  • GoodDoktorBad

    Ideally, something akin to “Sainthood” would be required for a “good cop” to exist. Strange why they keep letting those humans into the mix. Oh yeah, we’re all human. There are no particularly morally superior individuals who qualify. Cops are not “special” people underneath the badge. The job itself requires a person to accept a certain level of hypocrisy just to slap on the uniform and weapon.
    The job is socially isolating because no one really trusts you exept family and other cops. The job itself tends to attract people who were already socially isolated for whatever reasons. This insular attitude, the gun and badge
    tend to only amplify the condition.

    • anonymous

      then you make it so that those who wish to be police must pass more rigorous testing, including moral education, education of the constitution and such

      imagine if our culture valued the mind instead of athletic ability, good cops would be making mad money as well as teachers who teach well, then we incentivise the most important jobs in society, instead of making it so glorified to throw a fucking ball in a hoop

      it’s how we structure our society

      • Tuna Ghost

        to be fair, it is a very small hoop when you think about it

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Far worse than this happens hourly. Shit…’obstruction of justice’ and ‘disturbing the peace’…as well as ‘resisting arrest’ have come to mean anything up to and including an annoyed glance at a cop. Its already well established that the existing laws can be stretched to define nearly any action…or even non-action…as a form of defiance/assault against a cop…and that you can be arrested on even the slimmest pretense if they have it out for you or you personally piss them off. Example…my ex shot his mouth off when pulled over for a DUI (they were fishing by hanging outside the gay bar and waiting for people to head home, then doing random stops 100yds from the bar). His real crime was saying “I haven’t had anything but water in an hour…I’m stone cold sober…and we can go through this whole process…but you’re just wasting all our time.” The minute he said that, they gave up on the alcohol/DUI check, had him out of the car and searched it until they found a penknife of his grandads and charged him carrying a concealed weapon. He spent the night in jail until the case was thrown out the next day. The point was that they could do what they wanted, at the time, with no one to stop them until it reaches a judge.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    Far worse than this happens hourly. Shit…’obstruction of justice’ and ‘disturbing the peace’…as well as ‘resisting arrest’ have come to mean anything up to and including an annoyed glance at a cop. Its already well established that the existing laws can be stretched to define nearly any action…or even non-action…as a form of defiance/assault against a cop…and that you can be arrested on even the slimmest pretense if they have it out for you or you personally piss them off. Example…my ex shot his mouth off when pulled over for a DUI (they were fishing by hanging outside the gay bar and waiting for people to head home, then doing random stops 100yds from the bar). His real crime was saying “I haven’t had anything but water in an hour…I’m stone cold sober…and we can go through this whole process…but you’re just wasting all our time.” The minute he said that, they gave up on the alcohol/DUI check, had him out of the car and searched it until they found a penknife of his grandads and charged him carrying a concealed weapon. He spent the night in jail until the case was thrown out the next day. The point was that they could do what they wanted, at the time, with no one to stop them until it reaches a judge.

    • Laws456

      You got it right with the three charges you mentioned. These cops are breaking the law and who is policing them? What does IA say about all of this? The district Attorneys are horrible too cause they don’t ever look at some of these cases and say you know what, this is nonsense. Then they become private attorney’s and all of a sudden they can’t stand all of the corruption and harrassment on the parts of the police. Such a vicious and dangerous cycle.

  • Anonymous

    To those who feel this cop was only slightly out of line or that these people were to blame, I ask this:

    Has your sense of freedom and personal sovereignty been so far neutered that this doesn’t offend you? Being arrested is humiliating, emasculating, and awfully inconvenient. Although the most angering, physical violence isn’t the only form of police abuse. This is police abuse in another form, the abuse of authority.

    This is an emerging issue that WILL be addressed. As a people we can strip police of their sense of elitism through public outcry. Forward these videos, call upon on your local legal representatives. Technology has brought an enormous challenge to the previously unbeatable police prospective in court. Cameras have brought about a new age in the defense of those who abuse their power, especially with police officers. The police our own OUR payroll. We must never grow used to police manipulating their authority. We need to monitor those we “chose” to POLICE our daily lives with the utmost diligence.

    Don’t grow weary or hopeless, these individuals will be held accountable as more videos come out. Being arrested for the slightest thing, including talking back to an officer, is simply unacceptable in a free society.

    • Anonymous

      the police are on OUR payroll*** oops

  • Anonymous

    To those who feel this cop was only slightly out of line or that these people were to blame, I ask this:

    Has your sense of freedom and personal sovereignty been so far neutered that this doesn’t offend you? Being arrested is humiliating, emasculating, and awfully inconvenient. Although the most angering, physical violence isn’t the only form of police abuse. This is police abuse in another form, the abuse of authority.

    This is an emerging issue that WILL be addressed. As a people we can strip police of their sense of elitism through public outcry. Forward these videos, call upon on your local legal representatives. Technology has brought an enormous challenge to the previously unbeatable police prospective in court. Cameras have brought about a new age in the defense of those who abuse their power, especially with police officers. The police our own OUR payroll. We must never grow used to police manipulating their authority. We need to monitor those we “chose” to POLICE our daily lives with the utmost diligence.

    Don’t grow weary or hopeless, these individuals will be held accountable as more videos come out. Being arrested for the slightest thing, including talking back to an officer, is simply unacceptable in a free society.

  • Anonymous

    the police are on OUR payroll*** oops

  • Anonymous

    I hope you’re being sarcastic

  • Simiantongue

    Fast forward to 2:43 and read what it says on the cruisers front fender. “To protect and serve” LMAO! Who exactly?

    Here is a decent site if you like to get outraged every day before your oatmeal and coffee.

    http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/

  • Simiantongue

    Fast forward to 2:43 and read what it says on the cruisers front fender. “To protect and serve” LMAO! Who exactly?

    Here is a decent site if you like to get outraged every day before your oatmeal and coffee.

    http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/

  • Simiantongue

    Thanks for the link. I think I’ll read that.

  • Mr. Coffee

    lets bash some cops! Until we need one, that is.

    • Borgar

      Cops are entitled to behave like thugs because society needs them? You’re an idiot.

    • Dgsd

      Fucking tool. I’ve only ‘needed’ a cop once in my life. And even then I only needed a cop because cops make personal retaliation near-impossible. The only thing you need a cop for is problems cops cause.

  • Mr. Coffee

    lets bash some cops! Until we need one, that is.

  • Anonymous

    Cops are entitled to behave like thugs because society needs them? You’re an idiot.

  • efrain

    don’t any of you cop lovers get it? they are an occupying enemy force who would lie cheat and steal at any chance. furthermore they’ll murder you and your family and lie about it because THEY ARE PIGS. THEY ARE THE ENEMY OF FREE PEOPLE EVERYWHERE. WAKE UP THEY ARE NOT YOUR FRIENDS PROTECTORS NOR ARE THEY NOBLE OR HONORABLE. THESE PIGS ARE PIECES OF SHIT WHO WILL BE PAID BACK IN FULL.

    • anonymous

      i think you left out the part where they risk their lives to protect innocent people, arrest felons, and try to keep the peace

      some cops are good, some are bad, but I think most are good

      • Jin The Ninja

        no i think most are interested in “getting the bad guys” which translates into a common and above reproach oppression of private citizens.

      • Laws456

        Then why when they are called to actually help people (especially in minority hoods) they take forever? Same can be said about the emt’s.

      • anothervietvet

        I read about the Miami shooting  that was video’s by at two bystanders who were also subsequently hassle by the police for shooting the videos.   I also rad about it on a site that only police types are allowed to comment on.   The angels of protection refer to us public types as “Dirty Scroat Bags” … perhpas we should pin on big targets to do our part to assist the police.   

        Absurd!!1

    • Anonymous

      Officers are human beings, too. What has happened to make you so angry? I can tell you that I have encountered some decent police officers, or at least they were to me.

  • efrain

    don’t any of you cop lovers get it? they are an occupying enemy force who would lie cheat and steal at any chance. furthermore they’ll murder you and your family and lie about it because THEY ARE PIGS. THEY ARE THE ENEMY OF FREE PEOPLE EVERYWHERE. WAKE UP THEY ARE NOT YOUR FRIENDS PROTECTORS NOR ARE THEY NOBLE OR HONORABLE. THESE PIGS ARE PIECES OF SHIT WHO WILL BE PAID BACK IN FULL.

  • efrain

    don’t any of you cop lovers get it? they are an occupying enemy force who would lie cheat and steal at any chance. furthermore they’ll murder you and your family and lie about it because THEY ARE PIGS. THEY ARE THE ENEMY OF FREE PEOPLE EVERYWHERE. WAKE UP THEY ARE NOT YOUR FRIENDS PROTECTORS NOR ARE THEY NOBLE OR HONORABLE. THESE PIGS ARE PIECES OF SHIT WHO WILL BE PAID BACK IN FULL.

  • lumi

    the passenger simply asked the cop a question with proper grammar…and the piggy was perplexed and intimidated with this foriegn language and didn’t know any other way to respond except by ‘flexing his muscle’ on the poor guy…

    PS – I bet this cop is a BITCH when he’s not hiding behind that shiney meaning-less piece of metal they refer to as a “badge” or “shield”…well one thing is for sure, they ARE TOUGH AS NAILS with a badge and a gun in their hands…minus that whadda ya got? white trash normally…at least in WV’s case…

  • lumi

    the passenger simply asked the cop a question with proper grammar…and the piggy was perplexed and intimidated with this foriegn language and didn’t know any other way to respond except by ‘flexing his muscle’ on the poor guy…

    PS – I bet this cop is a BITCH when he’s not hiding behind that shiney meaning-less piece of metal they refer to as a “badge” or “shield”…well one thing is for sure, they ARE TOUGH AS NAILS with a badge and a gun in their hands…minus that whadda ya got? white trash normally…at least in WV’s case…

  • dopehead

    Dude, you are really fucking annoying. There is definitely something wrong with you.

  • dopehead

    Dude, you are really fucking annoying. There is definitely something wrong with you.

  • anonymous

    i think you left out the part where they risk their lives to protect innocent people, arrest felons, and try to keep the peace

    some cops are good, some are bad, but I think most are good

  • anonymous

    then you make it so that those who wish to be police must pass more rigorous testing, including moral education, education of the constitution and such

    imagine if our culture valued the mind instead of athletic ability, good cops would be making mad money as well as teachers who teach well, then we incentivise the most important jobs in society, instead of making it so glorified to throw a fucking ball in a hoop

    it’s how we structure our society

  • Rshackelford888

    police are generally assholes. can you think of one example of law enforcement doing something that actually helped or protected you? All they have ever done for me is harassed me and unjustly confiscated my property.

  • Rshackelford888

    police are generally assholes. can you think of one example of law enforcement doing something that actually helped or protected you? All they have ever done for me is harassed me and unjustly confiscated my property.

  • ABILLIONCHINESE

    MAYBE YOU WANNA EXPLAIN TO ME WHY THE FUCK YOU SQUEAL LIKE A RETARDED PIG
    THROUGHOUT THIS WHOLE VIDEO?!?! DUMB CUNT!

  • Vanessa Murrayy

    only in the mid ohio valley. glad i moved out of that place!

  • Vanessa Murrayy

    only in the mid ohio valley. glad i moved out of that place!

  • guest

    Fucking idiots posting here. I hope someone breaks into your house and murders you and there’s not a cop in goddamn sight. You’ll be crying for them then.

    • Rodyytork

      Murdered people don’t say probably don’t say too much dipshit.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MOXBYE3QE2QFIG2QMWWWEZ6LWA zon moy

      No then you defend yourself either nonviolently if your in a religious group that trains its members in nonviolent conflict resolution or with violence if you lack those skills.

      • joe dirt

        I like to just shoot the fuckers, a dead man cant testify against me anyway

  • guest

    Fucking idiots posting here. I hope someone breaks into your house and murders you and there’s not a cop in goddamn sight. You’ll be crying for them then.

  • http://profiles.google.com/jonsanders92 Jonathan Sanders

    luckily weeds illegal so this dude can go confiscate some for free and calm his ass down…..

  • http://profiles.google.com/jonsanders92 Jonathan Sanders

    luckily weeds illegal so this dude can go confiscate some for free and calm his ass down…..

  • Tuna Ghost

    to be fair, it is a very small hoop when you think about it

  • Rodyytork

    Murdered people don’t say probably don’t say too much dipshit.

  • Rkooi

    first off his mistake was getting out of the car. police view that as a threat to their safety and well being and was well within the law to arrest this man. any one else who says other wise should read a law book

    • Jin The Ninja

      sounds like you could use a book yourself; several in fact…

  • Rkooi

    first off his mistake was getting out of the car. police view that as a threat to their safety and well being and was well within the law to arrest this man. any one else who says other wise should read a law book

  • http://profiles.google.com/sam.bredeson Sam Bredeson

    The idiot was arrested for being a whiney bitch and getting out of the car and yelling at a cop. The obstruction of justice charge should hold, because his yelling got in the way of a routine traffic stop when he wasn’t even the one being stopped!

  • http://profiles.google.com/sam.bredeson Sam Bredeson

    The idiot was arrested for being a whiney bitch and getting out of the car and yelling at a cop. The obstruction of justice charge should hold, because his yelling got in the way of a routine traffic stop when he wasn’t even the one being stopped!

  • http://profiles.google.com/saintzedofourlostyouth R Z

    no i think most are interested in “getting the bad guys” which translates into a common and above reproach oppression of private citizens.

  • http://profiles.google.com/saintzedofourlostyouth R Z

    sounds like you could use a book yourself; several in fact…

  • Anonymous

    You got it right with the three charges you mentioned. These cops are breaking the law and who is policing them? What does IA say about all of this? The district Attorneys are horrible too cause they don’t ever look at some of these cases and say you know what, this is nonsense. Then they become private attorney’s and all of a sudden they can’t stand all of the corruption and harrassment on the parts of the police. Such a vicious and dangerous cycle.

  • Anonymous

    Then why when they are called to actually help people (especially in minority hoods) they take forever? Same can be said about the emt’s.

  • Anonymous

    For real. I mean people who work in fast food have to deal with morons all the time. People who work for the utility companies, cable companies, etc have to deal with irate folks all the time, and if they were to call the cops because said customer was screaming or cursing, there’s nothing the police can do. Yet, if same ass decides to scream or curse at the cop, they get arrested, shouldn’t they already know dealing with the public is trying and that they need to develop thicker skin than even politicians?

  • Talking_black

    Really? would it be so restrained if it were you or a family member being falsely arrested?
    Police should need to know the law, they should also be held accountable for the abduction of citizens (this is not a valid arrest).
    Police are a gang with the governments permission.

  • Uespcrew06

    ACAB

  • Uespcrew06

    ACAB

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MOXBYE3QE2QFIG2QMWWWEZ6LWA zon moy

    No then you defend yourself either nonviolently if your in a religious group that trains its members in nonviolent conflict resolution or with violence if you lack those skills.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MOXBYE3QE2QFIG2QMWWWEZ6LWA zon moy

    and next time when he shoots somebody who is unarmed you will still consider him restrained, at what point will you hold cops accountable to the citizens who they are supposed to serve.

  • Anonymous

    Officers are human beings, too. What has happened to make you so angry? I can tell you that I have encountered some decent police officers, or at least they were to me.

  • Woofblue

    @Zon, when it happens to him or his.

  • Dgsd

    Fucking tool. I’ve only ‘needed’ a cop once in my life. And even then I only needed a cop because cops make personal retaliation near-impossible. The only thing you need a cop for is problems cops cause.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cees-Timmerman/1564999382 Cees Timmerman

    Whoa, where in the video did the cop shoot someone?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cees-Timmerman/1564999382 Cees Timmerman

    Except when politicians are being kept from their jobs, people are less likely to die.

  • Anonymous

    For real?? How many times do police prevent death versus showing up after the fact? Granted, I know their bosses aren’t Professor X so they won’t be able to catch everything before it happens but cursing at a cop or giving him the finger isn’t keeping them from their jobs. Try again.

  • anothervietvet

    I read about the Miami shooting  that was video’s by at two bystanders who were also subsequently hassle by the police for shooting the videos.   I also rad about it on a site that only police types are allowed to comment on.   The angels of protection refer to us public types as “Dirty Scroat Bags” … perhpas we should pin on big targets to do our part to assist the police.   

    Absurd!!1

  • joe dirt

    I like to just shoot the fuckers, a dead man cant testify against me anyway

  • Liberty

    Haha good for the loud mouth punk that SHOULD have minded his own business, Im sick of all the people that think America grants them the freedom to say what they want to say and be disrespectful to the police with no consequence. F them all I say. The police do no wrong, just their job.

  • Liberty

    Haha good for the loud mouth punk that SHOULD have minded his own business, Im sick of all the people that think America grants them the freedom to say what they want to say and be disrespectful to the police with no consequence. F them all I say. The police do no wrong, just their job.

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