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Surveillance photo shows N.M State Trooper in Sex Act: (broad daylight)

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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by Mr Headshot
reply to post by CastleMadeOfSand
 


I've been caught boinking a chick in public before. Cop told us to go home or he'd give us a ticket. The system isn't out to get you. Calm down.


What's this have to do with anything?

"The system is out to get me"???? When did I say that? Was I even talking to you?

Cop told us to go home or he'd give us a ticket.

...but thanks for proving my point FOR me. Yes it is illegal, which is what I'm arguing about.




posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:27 AM
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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:31 AM
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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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Doesn't seem as if anyone really has enough information to comment on this one way or another yet. I find the "logical" leaps and judgmental prurience of both the OP and the people in the new story amusing though. Something that should be investigated to see if it happened "on the clock" (which from what I infer is not obvious or proven yet)? Probably. Something that when investigated will turn out to be as big a deal as many are making this out to be in their prudish minds and overactive imaginations? Probably not.



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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It meets the forum standards. Also, did anyone else notice the junk piled up on the window area of the car? I get the feeling like there is more to the story, maybe she is a prostitute? It would make it illegal.



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:55 AM
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Originally posted by SumerianSoldier

We, as Americans, spend too much time watching reality TV and worrying about Celebrities lives.
If we spent more time making sure our own hands were clean before we started pointing fingers at others personal lives, we'd probably have time to fix the real problems in America.


Bingo. Whole lot of justification for self-righteousness in this thread. It does seem to make the average person feel better about him/herself to criticize another person's choice (esp. cops) so it's to be expected. Some things are predictable, this reaction is on of them.

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Presuming this was consensual (and at this point there is no reason to think otherwise) there is little here to get worked up about, well except for the wife (if Daddybear is correct) She might be a tad ticked off.

Anyway, cops are allowed breaks right? This just doesn't happen to be at the coffee shop. Their bad luck there was a camera...


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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 11:59 AM
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Who knows, his wife might even be glad to have him off her hands for a while. Many married couples do practice open marriage.

I totally agree that's it's really none of anyone's business (unless it was during work time, but even there, they do get breaks!) but the parties directly involved. Unfortunately for them, you never know where or when big brother is watching or who's going to turn you in and involve you and the world and start a big deal over something relatively trivial and private.

missed a thought.
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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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Statistically 60% of people use their cellphone to cheat on their partners.

Obviously this officer prefers to use his penis.



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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For me its about integrity and personal responsibility.
He doesn't get paid to have sex with people...he gets paid to do his job.
Taxpayers also pay him to do his job which is where i think the outrage might be coming from.

I don't get paid to have sex with people or sit on my butt all day...why is he any different??
For the record...I don't bash cops and have no problem with them doing their jobs.

If he wants some nookie then he can wait til he is off work.

But...I do have a very strong business is business attitude so this just my opinion.
Inside of work...I am professional and i would expect another professional to understand that.....he clearly doesn't.

I have done calls before where girls were in lingerie,leaving panties for me,asking me to spend the weekend with them etc.
I still remained professional...whats his excuse??



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:08 PM
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Originally posted by KaiserSoze
Statistically 60% of people use their cellphone to cheat on their partners.

Obviously this officer prefers to use his penis.


Can you show me where it's been shown and/or proven that she in fact isn't his partner, that he even has a partner, or that he is cheating on anyone, please.


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And to you, did I miss where it was proven or shown that he was in fact on duty and not on a break or pre- or post-shift?

Reading through some of these comments makes me believe I've missed something.
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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:11 PM
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Ok, yes - I understand your point and agree with professionalism on the job.

There are too many ways to look at this particular situation (since there is very little information) at this time. I suppose I was writing from the standpoint that he knew this person and could be on a break. It's possible.

It's also possible she's a stranger and he's on the clock (pulled her over for a reason) in which case it's a lack of judgement and professionalism.


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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:14 PM
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You could be right...i thought that also.
Again though for me....its about what is done during business hours whether on break or not.
Even if he is on break...he still has to represent that uniform with integrity in my opinion.
I like people staying out of my business too but the guy was caught on camera...if he doesn't want people in his business then he should have picked a better place.



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:14 PM
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Originally posted by ~Lucidity

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And to you, did I miss where it was proven or shown that he was in fact on duty and not on a break or pre- or post-shift?

Reading through some of these comments makes me believe I've missed something.
edit on 8/30/2011 by ~Lucidity because: added second question.


Actually, if you are in uniform you are on duty to and from the office.

Just saying.



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:16 PM
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The whole "he was on break thing" is not going to work for him. Cops don't "not become cops" while on break. They are on duty still.

Conduct Unbecoming of an Officer.
Disgrace to the Uniform, while on Duty
Deriliction of Duty (it would be interesting to review any reported criminal activity or or police needed events were going down when this occurred. Also, to pull his radio logs. See if he called in (to notify he was busy etc), when he returned to service. Any radio traffic. Just imagin if a fellow officer needed help or was injured etc.

This guy better hope the female doesn't decide to revenge. If she was made to do this/forced/ or coerced. He is toast.

If all is above board---he may just be lucky enough to save his job. Which will be at a desk...so he won't have to worry about make shift platforms anyways.

The biggest problem he has is the Media. Now this is out and on the airwaves. He's toast (should be).



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:18 PM
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I understand, and don't disagree, as Lady Skadi mentioned in her subsequent reply to you. This very kind of thing is probably one of the reasons they should be careful while in uniform...people leaping to conclusions...whether it's directly spelled out in their code of conduct or not. Nothing sells like sex, eh?

Maybe the real lesson here is to always assume there's a camera around and let that rule your life and actions



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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You've created this whole scenario in your head and are going from there, aren't you.

You have not a shred of proof of what happened here yet. Yet you choose to draw all sorts of conclusions from the strawman that you've built and then proceeded to use for your justification. Doesn't work that way.



posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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whatever happened to self esteem? I am not a prude by any means but personally I find that picture pretty disturbing. to the cop, the chick & anyone who thinks what they did was "hot" ~ IMHO, you need to have a talk with your inner self. I'm sure as hell glad that chick as well as the cop aren't a member of my family. as a society I think we need to kick it up a notch or 2 and stop glamorizing this (whatever I call it will get snipped). and I don't care what the cop may have threatened, that chick needed to keep her pants zipped and her legs closed. consentual? ~~~ get a room.
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posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 12:23 PM
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