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originally posted by: MGaddafi
a reply to: jude11
This is good to see but sadly we dont see it enough.
This one good cop doesnt make up for the thousands of bandits or brothers in arms or oath keepers(Oath breakers) whaterver you call this gang with badges.
A single drop of oil contaminates a whole gallon of water
originally posted by: JimNasium
a reply to: jude11
I appreciate You bringing a little Love/Light to a subject that is ever increasingly going deeper down the drain.. (a new thread just now about a NYPD cop pistol whipping some kid...)
Until the cops are more representative of the community 'they' serve and back off the PROACTIVE-Militaristic-Heavy YANG tactics that We're constantly being bombarded with, the wind will NOT be at 'their' backs...
'They' have a lot more work to do. Time to tuck the 'ego' and get back to "Protecting and Serving" and not violating every citizen (read: Boss) as having an agenda.
And that is coming from a retired cop...
1 down, 3,537 to go... but I'm reminded of the Tao.. "The journey of 1,000 miles begins w/a single step..."
originally posted by: JiggyPotamus
This is a guy who understands that ticketing the woman doesn't solve the problem. This is just like putting someone in jail, where it doesn't solve anything, and perpetuates a broken system. He could have ticketed her but that would not have fixed the situation, but instead would have made it worse for the woman. I like to see humanity from cops, or anyone else really. There should be more people who treat others like human beings. And cops should be taught to use good judgement, not to go by the letter of the law.