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Originally posted by 3xil3
Originally posted by shauny
Originally posted by 3xil3
WAIT so this chick decides she wants to be a douche just for #s and giggles and videotapes cops while they are doing their job and from the video.... doing nothing wrong to person of interest
THEN they have a point WTF is this crazy chick doing... i would be the same way then she is deliberately pushing their buttons and IMO interfering with them doing their JOB.
THen she gets her ass in trouble the plays the victim and starts crying and doesn't under stand whats going on im sorry but she is attention whore who wanted to be cool to post on youtube
she got what was coming
I'm not sticking up for cops i agree cops videos latly are showing cops over using and over stepping their boundaries but but definitely not sticking up for some attention seeking weirdoedit on 23-6-2011 by 3xil3 because: (no reason given)
I think the woman was just standing up for her rights.
yea with a camera she knew exactly what she was doing and what the consequences are when you interferer with police doing there job im sorry like i said before there are videos that show cops up to know good this is not one of them this is more like premeditated setup
karma is a bitch i hope she is in desperate need of police assistance one dayedit on 23-6-2011 by 3xil3 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by coop039
reply to post by shauny
They didnt stop the filming, it continued after she was arrested. They just stopped her. Once again, whats the back story? There has got to be more going on then meets the eye.
Originally posted by GodIsPissed
I would have felt unsafe too..that lady had a camera in her hand and you know how dangerous they are.
Next they'll be trying to pass a camera ban lol.
I still don't get why he felt unsafe.And he was the only one that felt unsafe.The other cops didn't say nothing.As a matter a fact they look like they looking at the cop like "are you serious"?
Focus on the critical sentence: "Yet, when a victim explodes or acts out in unacceptable ways, these same officials are shocked and indignant."
What exactly are these "unacceptable ways" of exploding or acting out? Who decided they were "unacceptable"? Why is it that "reluctant school officials" will not "take definitive action" against the bullies -- thus tacitly conceding that the bullying itself is not all that "unacceptable" -- while the same officials are "shocked and indignant" when the victim protests too strongly?
This pattern, and certain of its origins, will be found throughout history, in every culture around the world. The pattern is a simple and deadly one: the oppressor -- that is, those who are in the superior position, whether they are parents, school officials, or the government, or in a superior position merely by virtue of physical strength -- may inflict bodily harm and/or grievous, lifelong emotional and psychological injury, but the victim may only protest within the limits set by the oppressor himself. The oppressor will determine those forms of protest by the victim that are "acceptable."
You see this pattern with regard to many helpless, lonely children in addition to Billy Wolfe...
The oppressor may inflict unimaginable cruelties on innocent victims -- but the victims may only protest in ways which the oppressor deems "acceptable." The profound injustice is obvious, but not in itself remarkable or unexpected: this is how oppression operates. But ask yourself about the deeper reason for the prohibition. This is of the greatest importance: the victims may only protest within a constricted range of "permissible" behavior because, when they exceed the prescribed limits, they make the oppressors too uncomfortable. They force the oppressors to confront the nature of what they, the oppressors, have done in ways that the oppressors do not choose to face.
Take some time to appreciate the unfathomable cruelty of this pattern. You may be grievously harmed and even permanently damaged by the actions of those who hold unanswerable power -- but you may only speak about this evil and its effects within the very narrow limits set by those who would destroy you. If you are killed, the identical prohibitions apply to those who still manage to survive and who would protest the unforgivable crime committed against you. In this manner, the complacency and comfort of those who possess immense power and wealth are underwritten by the silence forced upon their victims. The victims may speak and even protest, but only within severely circumscribed limits, and only so long as their rulers are not made to feel too uncomfortable, or too guilty. Anything which approaches too close to the truth is strictly forbidden.
Originally posted by FactOrFaked21
People, you need to avoid the police when you have the chance to do so. They're other citizens doing their jobs, although they have different psychological characteristics while on duty. Police know that most of society feels negatively towards them, and as long as they are pestered, they will bite back. Some not as much as others, but they will.
The woman in this video was in her rights, but because she was so stubborn with her actions in persisting to film the officers, it was her own fault she got handcuffed. When you get the opportunity to remove your presence from a police officer, do so.
They aren't your friends.
Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
reply to post by kro32
you and anyone else making this argument are being intentionally obtuse
a cop is a public servant accountable to the public, some one eating at a restaurant is a private citizen enjoying his/her privacy
as for a fast food joint well they are filming you too.
but then cops, and those who worship them, aren't exactly known for their intelligence. in fact standards of intelligence have been continually lowered for quite awhile.
and people should understand that the Us Supreme Court has ruled many times now that an officer is not here to protect the individual, but society as a whole.
Originally posted by Kitilani
Originally posted by Manhater
Didn't know there was 4 people in the car, that situation could of gotten ugly very quickly, all from this lady.
Now there were 4 people in the car? When did that happen? Even the police only claimed 3. Apparently no one saw the other two. But you raised it to 4? Do you need to defend this cop that badly that you have to make up stuff too now?