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Cops manhandle teens at Dallas pool party after complaints from neighbors

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posted on Jun, 17 2015 @ 12:08 PM
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originally posted by: buddah6

originally posted by: krosnos
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

Would someone explain to me why conservatives always attempt to demonize the victims?



Conservative look at the whole picture and liberals look at what they want to see. Conservatives believe that only you are responsible for your actions not someone else. You reap what you sow!

If the group of uninvited teens did not try to break up the children's pool party, there would be no "victims" black or white. There would be no fired cop.



Wrong. Officer casebolt would merely have gone and brutalised someone else. Maybe even shot someone this time.
His behaviour was out of line, and he was the only one, of 12 officers attending the scene, to go all "super trooper" on the kids.

Why is that fact so hard for you to comprehend?
Why do you continue to defend an officer who himself admits that his actions were wrong?




posted on Jun, 17 2015 @ 12:24 PM
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a reply to: symphonyofblase
The cop wasn't fired, he resigned. He knew he could no longer handle the stresses of his job. I don't understand the permanent defending and deflection of this cops behaviour



posted on Jun, 17 2015 @ 12:48 PM
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The point is he should have been fired, and it shouldnt be a civilian video that awakens the police force to bad and criminal behavior. That cop should be in prison.



posted on Jun, 17 2015 @ 10:48 PM
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Brown Says Casebolt Pulled Down His Pants on the Side of the Road & Touched His ‘Private Area’
Brown accused Casebolt of reaching into his “private area” and pulling his pants “down below ankles” during the traffic stop.

Brown was parked on the wrong side of a road in McKinney, according to the civil complaint. Casebolt told Brown he was going to write him a ticket for the traffic offense, but then said he saw two marijuana seeds and an open container in the car.

Brown said Casebolt also remarked about the “white girls” who were with him and made comments about him and his clothes.

Brown also claimed in the lawsuit that another officer, Lee Keith, slammed his head into the hood of the car repeatedly. He said Keith held him while Casebolt pulled his pants down. Another officer, who is not named in the lawsuit, allegedly spread his legs while one of the officers shined a flashlight in his anus.
heavy.com... ull-pants-down-federal-documents-dismissed/

Apparently this character Casebolt had a history of doing stuff like this, his actions were no one off thing.



posted on Jun, 18 2015 @ 06:40 AM
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originally posted by: woodwardjnr
a reply to: symphonyofblase
The cop wasn't fired, he resigned. He knew he could no longer handle the stresses of his job. I don't understand the permanent defending and deflection of this cops behaviour



I understand it absolutely. It's called attempting to derail a thread and draw attention away from the real issue.
People like buddha6 have been hard at work attempting to pull this off.



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