a reply to: JoeSignal
Terrible news for the cops and their families especially at this time of year..but let's face it, there's never going to be a good time of year to
discover your loved ones have been executed is there..
Sympathy to their families and also to the families of the civilians that have been killed by elements within the Police force.
I will say this, although it will come as no consolation to the families and friends of anyone involved in this seriously out of control situation
with Policing and general Police - Civilian relations, this criminal tragedy is a portent of escalating things to come...more innocent civilians will
die, just as more innocent Police going about their jobs will die unless something drastic is done and soon.
THIS is the number one reason for the majority of good cops out there to have a 'ding ding ding' moment and come to the realisation that there is no
longer room for the bad, the corrupt and the outright out of control among their ranks.
Where before good cops would reason 'that's just how it is, or 'there is always going to some bad with the majority of good' quasi-philosophical
approach, this is going to have to change to a zero acceptance approach from the Police.
Not zero tolerance to everything of course, but certainly a zero tolerance to the corrupt and twisted that have slipped among their ranks, if there's
a bad cop they must be rooted out and got well rid of and fast.
That is the only route back from the precipice of anarchy in the USA, if the Police continue to tacitly accept terrible behaviour from fellow Police
officers, they will bear the brunt of the backlash, not only as we see here, with the execution of two of their number, but with increasing and
exponential anarchy and degradation of society as a whole.
Nobody likes rules and laws very much, but most of understand they are a necessary measure for our protection and accept them as part and parcel of a
thriving and healthy society...when those that are tasked with seeing that those rules and laws are followed and detecting and apprehending those
among us that refuse to obey them are themselves not following or are outright completely ignoring the law...that's is when the system breaks down
and the result is what we see here.
The outing and punishment of bad and out of control cops is essential to a flourishing democracy and a contented populace..if that doesn't happen,
there will be hell to pay.