posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 09:30 PM
Originally posted by fleabit
Possibly ... but, I think however you slice it her rights were clearly violated.
In what was is this clear? By which proofs are you saying that this was a clear-cut case of violated rights? It's kind of funny how the door
doesn't swing both ways. A known convict / drug user makes some wild claims.. and you believe her.. because you want to hate the police. There is
no other reason. Like someone said.. they saw a police officer and a judge lie.. and thus this is proof this woman is telling the truth.
YOU sort of people are guilty of as much propaganda, lies, and slander as you claim others as spreading. You are trying to create further hate,
mistrust and angst towards police, even though you have absolute NO PROOF at all.
Whoooaaa ... sure didn't mean to get ya all fired up there.
First, I am not a cop-hater. I cannot imagine how you arrived at that knee-jerk conclusion based on my post.
A police officer once saved my life and a few years ago another changed my flat-tire on the freeway. I didn't even ask him. The CHP just pulled over
and I told him I couldn't get through to AAA. He said "Don't bother" and he changed the flat tire and left. I had told him it was okay and that I
would eventually get through to AAA and he said, "No problem, I'll change it."
After my house flooded a few years ago and was uninhabitable the local police checked on the house AND CUT THE GRASS every other week! I never even
asked them. I was staying with friends an hour away. They wouldn't take any money. I could go on, but that should suffice.
But, several of the police officers on that same force harass people and screw with anyone they can. They are nuts. And I am sure there are some CHP
that would have pulled over and harassed a stranded motorist. It totally depends on the brain inside the head of the police officer.
My brother-in-law is a (soon-to-be-retired) police officer. He's a few hours away so the police that helped me don't know him. He's a classic
sociopath and should not be on the police force. Hell, he shouldn't own a gun. He is a maniac and abusive. He told me many stories and one of them
was that when someone has an offense and the offense happens to strike a nerve with an officer, the officer may go after the person. I believe that to
be true IF and only IF the officer is a sociopath. The brain of a sociopath is hard-wired and programmed very differently from that of a normal person
... regardless of their occupation.
MY POINT WAS THIS -- I was trying to bring awareness to the reality and the truth. People who are sociopathic should not hold positions where the
potential to abuse their power exists. There are sociopaths in every single profession ... including mine. Sociopaths should not be police officers --
and that was my point. I wasn't bashing law enforcement.
And what's up with the "YOU sort of people" comment? Exactly what "sort" would that be? I am entitled to my opinion. In spite of her record she
was abused in front of her children. You don't have to believe it and my opinion does not make me a cop-hater, nor does it make you right and me
We can agree to disagree. Calm down.