Originally posted by Yngvarr
Originally posted by Bluesma
Being from Fullerton and knowing this area in Anaheim pretty well, I can only add to the opinion that that area is extremely dangerous. It has been more than 20 years since I was there, and it was horrendous back then- I can't imagine now....
Greetings from Fullerton!
Yes Anaslime is now listed as the most violent city in OC.
A huge barrio top to bottom and they even protested when
APD shot a cholo who refused to drop the shotgun he was
walking down the street with.
I heard these "protesters" just suddenly came from nowhere.
And with their children?
This is just a HUGE fail on both sides.
Originally posted by Kastogere
With a police investigation happening from the shooting, the cops have to secure the crime scene...even if that means unloading on a buncha dumbasses. Excessive maybe....but if you don't comply to any cop in his request, he brings the pain. Plain and simple.
What bothers me the most is the perp was shot in the head while on the ground, cops are not taught to shoot for the head, they go for center of mass. And they shot him from the back? Thats not kosher either......
As far as the crowd goes.....well they should have complained to the police dept, not to the officers doing the crime scene. Theres a reason the PD has a complaint dept. While I think the cops were a little high strung in reaction and lightly excessive, they deserve what they got for butting in.
Originally posted by gunshooter
So let me get this strait. because someone has a child that they are taking care of, they should not protest their own opinions, or get involved, or let their voice be heard, is that correct? This was a protest in their own neighborhood, they had every right to be out there letting everyone know how they feel about the issue. quit making excuses, and bad ones at that.
The crowd threw rocks and bottles at police, and a police dog escaped from a squad car and bit several people.
Here's an idea...stop sending the police. Give the neighborhood a choice
It would be excellent idea to bring sanctions against the US for its violations of human rights . That country has lost it way somehow . It needs a correction as they say in market language.
Originally posted by ToneDeaf
Originally posted by Domo1
Im pretty sure none of those people pay taxes.
Wow so in u.s. you must pay a head-tax to be protected ?,
same as why the corrupt bankers are protected ?
and then these same taxes are sent overseas ? WHAT IS WRONG WITH
americans are sooo owned. u.s. is sooo corrupted !
It's time to put sanctions on u.s., for human right violations boycott
u.s. products and their companies.
IF THIS SAME THING HAPPENED IN
CHINA WE ALL WOULD BE APPALLED.
u.s. is the new China where as human rights are concerned.
Originally posted by NeoVain
reply to post by mr-lizard
The funny thing here, is that the people getting shot and assaulted by the police, are the same people paying their salaries. Also the police offered to buy the footage from one of the bystanders proving their transgressions, this payment would of course also come from the taxpayers themselves in the end.
Originally posted by NavyDoc
I have a funny feeling that the individuals involved were not productive, taxpaying citizens. Taxpayers usually have better things to do than try to interfere with an active shooting scene.
Originally posted by benrl
reply to post by spoonbender
We heard about this from someone in Anaheim as it was happening, the type of violence on that street is bad.
Keep in mind im talking to people who have lived on that street, they say it is not uncommon for the Residence to harass the cops out of their neighborhood.
One friend said he recalled an incident growing up where a cop car was on pursuit of a vehicle that entered there and the residence all blocked the road so the cop just left.
Thats the type of things that happen there.
Dont get me wrong Anacrimes PD suck ass, just this might be one case they might of just been in the right.
HERES a good question, WHO TAKES THEIR BABY to an officer involved shooting...
Originally posted by esdad71
reply to post by beatbox
and if someone in your neighborhood is shot, you should not close roads with burning trash cans. It is asking for trouble. If you throw a bottle at a police officer then you are putting everyone around you at risk. Not all cops are bad just as all doctors are not valedictorians of their class. You have both ends of the spectrum. But, what you do not have, is common sense on the part of those 'protesting'. So, this will end in a flash mob a a local drug/grocery/quick stop mart and when someone else is shot it will again be the police and their dogs to blame.
Like I said before, let the few keep from those who need, those who work and live and bust their ass in those inner city neighborhoods. They should be walking the streets and getting rid of the trash instead of burning it and pushing back an agenda of change decades with old thinking.