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Cop haters...I'm calling you out!!

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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 05:33 AM
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Here's just one of millions of reasons why people hate cops:

Women gets manhandled by University cops for correcting a map on a wall

This video begins at the beginning of the interaction between the victim and the goons in blue.


They're thugs who get off on bullying and hurting and killing people.

And since you're calling me a cop hater, I'm calling you a stooge of authority.

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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 06:17 AM
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I'm gonna keep on hating...
www.freedomsphoenix.com...



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 06:33 AM
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What about this so called officer of the law in the video, is this how Police treat citizens they have in custody?

Imagine that was your mother or daughter!


Can you see where the hatred comes from yet?


live.wsj.com...#!39D38D7A-803C-4204-A437-50E9D5FB7FAE
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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 06:49 AM
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Here's another gem for ya. Including the typical double standard approach toward justice.

San Jose cop accused of taking woman to hotel and raping her during domestic violence call

Just to make it clear that this doesn't go off course into "blaming the victim" type BS, here are a couple other details.




The woman told police that Graves drove her to the hotel, but then returned about 15 minutes later. The officer partially undressed himself and sexually assault the woman, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office explained at a press conference on Tuesday.




Investigators found that “physical evidence corroborates the victim’s allegations.” Graves turned himself in to authorities on Monday, and was released on a $100,000 bond. He faces administrative or disciplinary actions by the department even if he is cleared of the sexual assault charges.


If convicted I hope this guy get's his fill of Rape in the prison showers so he'll know first hand what being assaulted while rendered helpless feels like.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:24 AM
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simsumre

WeAreAWAKE
Damn right OP!!! I couldn't agree more. Most of the cop-haters simply hate that they might be caught breaking the law, instead of following it. Don't shoot the messenger. If you want a law changed...don't blame the cop. Oh...and by the way...after racing around in a stolen car, risking killing people on the street, crashing into a bus and then taking off on foot YOU DO DESERVE A BEATING! Liberal bleeding-hearts.
edit on 3/15/2014 by WeAreAWAKE because: (no reason given)


You've got to be joking, right? So not one cop in America is corrupt? How do you explain the recent story of the cop being let go because he couldn't wait to break down doors and take guns? You support such actions? These PUBLIC SERVANTS took an oath to uphold and protect the Constitution. They are not gods. They are not royalty. They protect and serve. I can't believe people like you still exist that blindly follow any authority figure just because they hold a plastic badge.
edit on 15-3-2014 by simsumre because: (no reason given)


Absolutely there are corrupt cops. There are also corrupt politicians, garbage men, teachers and Walmart greeters. And lets hammer this out. WE make laws by choosing representatives to take care of getting them into force. WE then pay people to enforce these laws because we don't want to be injured, hurt, killed, robbed, etc. And while they are not "Gods" nor royalty...they protect and serve. So how am I blindly "following any authority figure" when I support the people we hire and pay to enforce the laws we made??? See the problem there?

Again...YES...there are bad cops. There are also bad everythings. Name a profession, sex, race, nationality, animal, germ, etc. and there are bad ones. But just as you stand up and say "not all are bad", the same goes for cops. That is however...unless you just hate cops. And if you hate cops, I have to wonder why. I'm sure it isn't because they are doing the job we pay them to do. Maybe (back to original comment) it is because you are doing something illegal??? Maybe? If not...the only other reason I can come up with is you desire anarchy.
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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:31 AM
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Maybe it's because you've never experienced a first class beatdown by the POlice...For doing nothing wrong.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:06 AM
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I had a local State cop try to mess with me one day here in town not too long ago.
Not far from where I lived, was their local HQ for the county, so as I turn onto the main road into town, he pulls out of their parking lot behind me. St starts to speed up to almost tailgate me, then falls back, then does it again, riding my rear bumper then falls back. Keep in mind, the road we were on was 35 MPH, so I turned on the good old cruise control and LOCKED it in at 33-35 MPH! This guy did the whole little game for about 15 mins then when the road opened to 2 lanes on each side, then ROARED past me, had to be doing like 45-50. The road was still 35 MPH. I think I pissed him off


State police: 0
Homer: 1



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:24 AM
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I'll tell my story.
My license has been expired for a few weeks and car uninspected, but I thought I could get away with a five minute drive to Wal-Mart yesterday to pick up some goods, and stop at the gym nearby. I had a funny feeling about it, and lay in bed for a good 20 minutes trying to convince myself its a bad idea. Eventually I convinced myself to go and plotted out the best route to take.
To cut to the point, I was right in front of Wal-Mart and had a glance in my rear view mirror and what do you think i see, mr Statey. Do I sh*t my pants. I pulled into Wal-Mart, the lights flash. I was nervous, extremely, that's not something I could recover from to easily. So he seems to think I may be on drugs due to me being so nervous, asks me to step out and actually began searching my car a little after asking if I had any drugs about 15 times. He made a quick look through and then sent me on my way.

Now say what you will about the searching and all, but he could've just towed my car and arrested me for the suspended license which I thought was just expired. If he hit me with all of that idk where I'd be, trying to survive on a part time job ( which I told him was why I was so nervous ), and yes i was a fool to even get in the car I know. He was a young guy, a life saver and I'm grateful
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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:28 AM
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HomerinNC
I had a local State cop try to mess with me one day here in town not too long ago.
Not far from where I lived, was their local HQ for the county, so as I turn onto the main road into town, he pulls out of their parking lot behind me. St starts to speed up to almost tailgate me, then falls back, then does it again, riding my rear bumper then falls back. Keep in mind, the road we were on was 35 MPH, so I turned on the good old cruise control and LOCKED it in at 33-35 MPH! This guy did the whole little game for about 15 mins then when the road opened to 2 lanes on each side, then ROARED past me, had to be doing like 45-50. The road was still 35 MPH. I think I pissed him off


State police: 0
Homer: 1


Passive-aggressive on both sides. Nothing to be proud of.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:31 AM
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The hell are you talking about???
I OBEYED the law, the SP was trying to get me to BREAK the law by riding my tail to make me speed up, so he can pull me over and give me a ticket, I wasnt giving him the opportunity.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:54 AM
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If you have the time


Sorry...I don't have the time to watch agenda based videos...go get some real experience instead of watching videos of what you want me to see.
Would you have time to watch good cop videos??
I didn't think so.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:59 AM
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after my previous story, I should add 99% of my dealings with law enforcement have been nothing short of respectful and friendly, even while incarcerated and everything else. Only the above incident and one other were not good dealings. Hell, at the local pick a part, the officer on duty volunteered to let my son sit with him while I ran inside to get a part for a car (didnt know children werent allowed inside).



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 10:25 AM
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And yes there are corrupt people everywhere, the problem with corrupt police as opposed to corrupt garbage man is that the police offer is all powerful, untouchable, and protected by his own unless without any doubt whatsoever it is a situation they cannot cover up, and still sometimes even then



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 11:43 AM
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Well i took the time to reply in your thread. I would have thought you could at least take the time to view a short video or two?

Also how can you consider CCTV footage to be agenda based?


The videos are rather illuminating to say the least and most relevant to the subject of your thread.

But never mind as i'm sure most of us know that's exactly the kind of response we have come to expect from the Police or people in cahoots with them these days.

People just don't want to know the truth, and that's sad, but well within your rights i suppose.


As i have said, i hate Police and have good reason to do so!


You should not be so presumptuous(another Police trait I might add). I will happily watch any relevant videos that you care to present as long as they are not hours long.

And I have plenty of experience regarding the Police as you would have noticed if you had read my first post(Page 5, 10 posts down)!
LoL
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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 12:52 PM
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People everywhere cover for each other. That is not unique to the police.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 02:57 PM
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algag1129
I'll tell my story.
My license has been expired for a few weeks and car uninspected, but I thought I could get away with a five minute drive to Wal-Mart yesterday to pick up some goods, and stop at the gym nearby. I had a funny feeling about it, and lay in bed for a good 20 minutes trying to convince myself its a bad idea. Eventually I convinced myself to go and plotted out the best route to take.
To cut to the point, I was right in front of Wal-Mart and had a glance in my rear view mirror and what do you think i see, mr Statey. Do I sh*t my pants. I pulled into Wal-Mart, the lights flash. I was nervous, extremely, that's not something I could recover from to easily. So he seems to think I may be on drugs due to me being so nervous, asks me to step out and actually began searching my car a little after asking if I had any drugs about 15 times. He made a quick look through and then sent me on my way.

Now say what you will about the searching and all, but he could've just towed my car and arrested me for the suspended license which I thought was just expired. If he hit me with all of that idk where I'd be, trying to survive on a part time job ( which I told him was why I was so nervous ), and yes i was a fool to even get in the car I know. He was a young guy, a life saver and I'm grateful
edit on 16-3-2014 by algag1129 because: (no reason given)


You know why your car wasn't towed? You didn't act like an ass. Good job!



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 02:59 PM
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Restricted

HomerinNC
I had a local State cop try to mess with me one day here in town not too long ago.
Not far from where I lived, was their local HQ for the county, so as I turn onto the main road into town, he pulls out of their parking lot behind me. St starts to speed up to almost tailgate me, then falls back, then does it again, riding my rear bumper then falls back. Keep in mind, the road we were on was 35 MPH, so I turned on the good old cruise control and LOCKED it in at 33-35 MPH! This guy did the whole little game for about 15 mins then when the road opened to 2 lanes on each side, then ROARED past me, had to be doing like 45-50. The road was still 35 MPH. I think I pissed him off


State police: 0
Homer: 1


Passive-aggressive on both sides. Nothing to be proud of.


And that my friends, is a simple example of hate. Regardless what happened, regardless if the person broke the law...this cop gave him a break. And someone still hates him. Passive-aggressive or making sure the drive isn't stoned on drugs and about to kill someone? Hmmm. Doing the job he is paid to do...Yup!



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 03:49 PM
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I'm not a cop.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 04:23 PM
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WeAreAWAKE

Restricted

HomerinNC
I had a local State cop try to mess with me one day here in town not too long ago.
Not far from where I lived, was their local HQ for the county, so as I turn onto the main road into town, he pulls out of their parking lot behind me. St starts to speed up to almost tailgate me, then falls back, then does it again, riding my rear bumper then falls back. Keep in mind, the road we were on was 35 MPH, so I turned on the good old cruise control and LOCKED it in at 33-35 MPH! This guy did the whole little game for about 15 mins then when the road opened to 2 lanes on each side, then ROARED past me, had to be doing like 45-50. The road was still 35 MPH. I think I pissed him off


State police: 0
Homer: 1


Passive-aggressive on both sides. Nothing to be proud of.


And that my friends, is a simple example of hate. Regardless what happened, regardless if the person broke the law...this cop gave him a break. And someone still hates him. Passive-aggressive or making sure the drive isn't stoned on drugs and about to kill someone? Hmmm. Doing the job he is paid to do...Yup!


You gotta be kidding me, he gave me a break? Riding my ass then backing off, that's a break?
You either an LEO, married to one or are so damn programmed it's too late for you.
FYI, tailgating IS against the law, so I guess the SP gave me a break by breaking the law himself, right?



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 04:34 PM
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You were suppose to apologize to the officer for being a citizen and getting his eminences way!

Don't sweat it, there will always be someone to defend a turd, doesn't mean they are right.



Personally I have only had one bad experience with a cop, he stopped and searched me in my backyard as I was putting out my cig and threw an unlit butt into the dumpster... Searched me... illegally. Then had the audacity to tell me that I live in America and I have all these freedoms like smoking a cigarette in my alley, talked a lil BS, Found no contraband and decided there was nothing to do but let me leave.

Epic douche, I was on my own property, I knew he was coming to mess w me, I saw his car pass then the brake lights lit up, but why should I feel I need to flee?

Lt Mercer... I'll never forget. Your professionalism.







 
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