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It seems that way from reading ATS doesn't it. There's even a specific forum for it, as this topic is in posse comitatus which essentially seems to be a US police brutality forum.
originally posted by: MysterX
that kid may have narrowly escaped death by keeping his cool and being civil.
right ive seen cops try and protect cops actions on ats and im not saying they are always wrong but public opinion seeing these things like ten cops piled on a guy sceeaming stop resisting give me your hands while taseing said person who cant move adrenilan rush # or not you cant justify certain things and this is one of them
originally posted by: Skid Mark
What complete jerk offs. Then they wonder why people don't like them.
yeah right that wouldnt be "whats best for them" i really wouldnt know the standerds but im sure its pass a gew test not have a record pass training your a cop
originally posted by: Rocker2013
a reply to: RoScoLaz4
Another great example of the kind of immature mentality many American cops seem to have, a complete lack of professionalism and a complete disregard for their actual purpose.
It seems to me that American police departments have continually failed to properly assess the suitability of those they hire. It makes you wonder what the standards are, and how (if at all) they are maintained.
I wonder how many times complaints have been ignored, and senior staff have magically "misplaced" reports, when officers like this have exhibited this kind of attitude before?
I think it's about time the American public started to demand better standards, and it should begin with a federal law demanding all states implement public review bodies of all police complaints.
lol so in respect another person should learn to not trust cops from the start and cops should handle the internal problems to keep this from happening to good people? People record cops for these reasons alone its way to expected and this kid is proof its bs even if he was on private property how was he to know this off duty out of uniform "cop" was a cop chasing him
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: RoScoLaz4
See I always look to the favor of the police in every situation.
Hardly ever can I not see from thier point of view. Chaulk one
up to the negative column on this one. This kid was just way to
nice. And the lesson he should take away from this is? The honest
people are the easiest to ####. This cop was prolly pissed cause
the kids truck made his look like crap. Sure makes it easy to hate
cops, but they don't care about that either cuz birds of a feather.
well if hes in a "cop car" and his lights come on you have to and they can call cops in that jurasdiction but a random truck no lights tuff # luck if that kid ran he should have been ok because he didnt feel safe and it wasnt a squad car
originally posted by: Lysergic
Since when do you gotta obey some PIG outside of his jurisdiction?
Shouldve peeled out and covered them in mud hahaha.
originally posted by: grainofsand
a reply to: Soloprotocol
Haha, always a blunt to the point post Solo!
You ever seen a cop like that in your parts of our little island?
...or anything at all like the regular daily/weekly posts of psycho cops we see from US members?