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Originally posted by eaganthorn
Got it. Self defense would be the only exception. Of course in the scenario you’ve indicated, you could just throw a donut in the opposite direction and avoid the confrontation altogether.
Originally posted by tomfrusso
Chalk up one for the denver police.....
To bad they let the traitorus code "loser" pink live......
Unruly civilians are finally getting what they deserve.
This video posted here is highly edited and conveniently starts just after the bullhorn screaming by the woman who got knocked over. Just seconds before the video starts, that woman is standing 2 feet in front of that cop, pointing a bullhorn at his face and screaming all sorts of obscenities about them.
The officer told her to back up and stop using the bullhorn. At that point SHE ACTUALLY STEPPED CLOSER (as in, right up to his face, I thought she was gonna try to head-butt him the way she did it, seriously) and said "I'm not gonna bullhorn again", or something close to that. The officer responded to that woman directly disobeying a legally given command and rushing up on him in a threatening manner.
Originally posted by DelMar
Keep in mind as well that one bad cop, if that is the case, does not represent the whole. This incident isn't a foreshadow of a neo-con state that's on our horizon, it's either a bad cop or an unlawful citizen.
All cops are not bad people, just like all priests don't molest children, all teachers don't have sex with their students, or all soldiers don't throw puppies off of cliffs, sheesh, try the decaff, it's on the same aisle.
Originally posted by jimmyjackblack
reply to post by Finn1916
You mean the lips stick and tampons?
Originally posted by hypervigilant
She told the cop "f***in' do it again". He did it again. It has been a long time since cops were, protectors and public servants. They have adapted the, us against them, attitude in places other than Chicago since 68.