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A effin man! Have any of you heard of "SWATing" some punk picks out a random address, calls the cops, and makes up a story bad enough to send the cavalry.
Originally posted by g raj
How do these guys only get 5-10 years for murdering and then conspiring to cover up their bad deeds. I think that the punishment for cops killing innocent civilians in their own homes should be double the maximum for murder. They demand more respect and power than a common citizen, they should be held to higher standards. What is the sentence for killing a cop? If it is longer than what these jackwipes were given for killing and trying to frame an innocent old lady, this country and legal system are in far worse shape than i had imagined(and i always imagine the worst).
Originally posted by donwhite
This is not to say there is no homosexuality in the pen, for as you may also know it is very hard to keep two people who want to share sex not to.
Originally posted by frankdatank
Appreciate what you do and know the majority are good people. I got a question for you though, I understand a no knock search may be required in some rare cases but the article also said they were in plain clothes
is that common it seems to be asking for trouble kicking in someones door out of uniform. Also you don't have to answer this if you don't want but is caring around contraband to plant s.o.p.
Their jobs are mostly boring and routine, which is why anyone with above a 115 IQ eventually quits and moves on to more challenging career. They like them to be dumb, between IQ 95 and 105 rating cuz they have the kind of tunnel vision they like cops to have. They get paid fine for what they do, and they have benefit packages too, plus job security.
officers found none and tried to cover up the mistake by planting baggies of marijuana
"But prosecutors say officers found none and tried to cover up the mistake by planting baggies of marijuana
Tesler was sentenced in May to four and a half years in prison on a state charge for lying to FBI agents, but that conviction was overturned on appeal last month.
Originally posted by Wethesheeple
I wonder where in GA this was? Must have not been close to me or I would've heard something about it. Anyway hope those cops are ready for years of manly lovin.
Originally posted by rcwj75
...also, on a no knock you still announce who you are once the door is open.
No doubtedly a lot of us skim the posts here a lot, sometimes not visiting the actual source article... the OP highlights
[officers found none and tried to cover up the mistake by planting baggies of marijuana]
but the article states
["But prosecutors say officers found none and tried to cover up the mistake by planting baggies of marijuana]
Originally posted by donwhite
...I can say I have been stopped by the police more times than I can count. I have been arrested 3 times and taken away. I’ve spent 100s of dollars in fines and done more time in traffic school than the law ought to allow.
I worked in the local courthouse 17 years. ...
Does anyone else see this as a problem? Does anyone else see this as indicative that the police and the justice system does NOT want law-abiding citizens working for them? Just curious....
Let's hope justice is served in prison to these officers of the peace. ... I'm sure they will not be protected their entire time and will get what they deserve. ... Maybe others will see what it will be like if they become an officer of the peace. ...