posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 05:22 PM
Most, not all, but most cops are 'roid-raging cowardly pieces of....of...they are...pinda-lick-o-yee, scum of the earth (no, that's not a
I've known a few good ones in my life, but they got sickened by constant association with a bunch of arrogant paranoid criminal crazies and left the
gangs in blue for honest work. Many of the most screwed-up veterans from my war went on to become cops. If you asked them why they'd look you
straight in the eye and tell you it was the only job they could think of where they could continue killing "bad guys" with impunity. I doubt if
things have changed much, probably gotten worse with the officially approved torture policies of the past few years.
Philly cops have always been especially brutal over the years I've watched the news: they usually had a higher than normal body count and more than
average number of lawsuits for brutality. But cops everywhere are pretty bad because no judge or politician will enforce the laws where they are
concerned, no matter how blatant the perjuries or obvious the crime.
Most, again, most, cops are clinically delusional, like the NY cops who shot the guy in his doorway because five of them all saw a gun instead of the
guy's wallet in his hand. Their view of the world is extremely distorted, filled with evil people (aka you and me) who are all getting away with
something, lawbreakers all. They never twig that this is their own insanity reflecting off the mirror of their self-loathing. Back in the seventies
Arizona had a spate of killings-by-cops that ended up with a requirement that all the state cops had to pass a psych eval. Turned out that the
majority failed, so the state changed the test so most would pass. Those that failed required merely counselling.
Before all you cop apologists start saying "well, she escalated it", let me point out that in most of these incidents, the cop is escalating
things from the gitgo by using a rude, imperious and demanding attitude. Most cops I've had to deal with over my lifetime enjoyed playing cruel psych
games whenever they stopped anyone, demanding subservience rather than simply respect. There's a reason why cop marriages seldom last: they tend to
carry that attitude everywhere.
Police work is mostly boring and stressful, and a lot of these people are adrenalin junkies with poor impulse control who dream of car chases and
explosions. They seem to feel an overwhelming need for power like the first cop in the video, while others seem professionally sadistic like the
second cop who kneed the woman in the coccyx twice. That was completely unnecessary, extremely painful, and potentially paralyzing. And did you notice
that the woman threw him off in the beginning because he seemed to grab her breast?
All three are guilty of assault and battery under the color of authority, all three should be punished with the full penalties allowed, permanently
stripped of their right to bear arms, and entered into a violent offender database that would notify potential neighbors of their danger.