posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 11:58 AM
Originally posted by redrose123
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman
I find it interesting that the comment was made by the Police Union when he said they (cops) have civil rights and they are innocent until proven
guilty. Apparently they are protected by the US Constitution. Where was the rights and protection for the man who was killed? I have to say that at
least the other cop that was there didn't try cover up what had happened.
First of all, you dont need a search warrant to enter a home when the person who ownes the home calls the police. Especially if they have suspicion of
foul play, or someone being in imminent danger.
Second, I dont think they were there to "search" I think they were there to make an arrest going on the information given by the person who owned
Third, as soon as the front door is opened, they can just walk in, warrant or not. Bedroom doors dont make a difference. Do you think that if you put
10 doors in your house, they would need 10 seperate warrants? Thats ridiculous.
Fourth, who the hell calls the cops on their own child?! If she had good reason to fear for her life, than how can we sympathize for a man who would
do harm to his own mother? If she is the crazy one, then he should have remained calm and assertive, stating his case. Cops are trained for a reason.
They can assess a situation pretty quick, and they're also trained to defend themselves if they feel even for a second that they're in danger.
This is a tragic event, but all the details make it difficult for me to take a side.