Originally posted by Ketzer22 Let me start out by saying,
before today, I have never had anything bad to say about the police
department in the town I live in. But what happened today makes me doubt
even the shadiness, if you will, of police departments in even suburban
wallet, ect. I'm pretty nervous at this point and I am shaking. He then
rudely asks "Why are you shaking?"
Congratulations, Ketzer. You've just met a psychopath
! Doesn't that make you feel special?
You see, psychopaths are neurologically incapable of experiencing or
understanding the majority of normal human emotions, including empathy. That's why he would have asked you why you were shaking.
While the materialistic explanation usually revolves around simple
neurological defects, there are those of us who suspect that the cause of
the problem runs a little deeper
While the second officer handling the dog is searching the car my phone
rings and I go to answer it. At which point the officer tells me "Put your
hands in your pocket again and you're gonna end up on the ground."
Well, you see, this is a logical consequence of being empowered to "fight
terrorism." An officer can assume that literally any innocuous action taken
on your part is actually lethal. That mobile phone in your pocket could
have a number on speed dial, that could be used to trigger a bomb. Didn't
you see The Dark Knight? That police officer probably did.
a seat belt on. At no point did he either A) show me the bullet that he
"found" or B) show me any stems and/or seeds that he evidently
Well, that's because they didn't exist, natch. You see, thanks to the Judge
Dredd...er, sorry...I mean, Patriot
Act, an officer these days no longer needs to allow petty, annoying details like the truth stand between
you and a jail cell. Probably the only reason why you didn't end up in at least temporary custody, was because the psychopath had some marginally
non-psychopathic cops accompanying him, so he figured that taking you in on complete fabrication, might have been bad for his career. Psychopaths
only make up 4-7% of the population, so the one thing they tend to be nervous about, is exposure.
I just wanna know what you guys think. What should I do? File a complaint with the department? Go to court? File a lawsuit?
That depends on two things.
a] Were you able to ID the officer?
b] Is there anyone in the legal industry, whether police, lawyers, or judges, who you trust?
If the answer to both of those questions is no, my advice would be to let it
go. You see, the problem is that the legal, political, and law enforcement professions attract most of the psychopaths in society. Psychopaths
really love power; it's another of the few things that brings them joy in life. So in trying to find a non-psychopathic judge, unfortunately you'd
really be playing
The other problem of course, is that the majority of the non-psychopathic population these days, don't tend to notice such things. They're too busy
playing computer games and watching YouTube. The only thing psychopaths are afraid of is exposure. Generally speaking, these days the risk of that
for them is minimal, so a psychopathic judge who really decided that he didn't like you, could likely crucify you, with hardly anyone potentially
coming to your defense.
That's the world we live in today, unfortunately. God bless America.
edit on 15-8-2011 by petrus4 because: (no reason given)