Originally posted by Acidtastic
well, this is what you get when you send a nazi pig scum, to try and deal with a delecate situation. Cops just are not trained to deal with people,
they are trained to kill them. And that is what they do.
Do not call the police, unless you want a body count. These filthy animals do not know what they are doing, and will kill anyone, for any reason. The
have NO ability to defuse a situation without a gun, becasue they are nothing but a bunch of murderers.
They are not trust worthy, they are not here to help.
edit on 5/10/2012 by Acidtastic because: (no reason given)
I hate to admit it, but I agree.
Sit back and let me tell you all a little something...
I worked as a psychiatric technician for 11 years, with many different types of populations. Geriatrics, teens, adults - schizophrenics, austistics,
developmentally disabled, you name it, and I've worked with them.
I worked an admissions unit ( where they were off of their meds and at their most psychotic ), I worked regular units, group homes, and yes, a maximum
security unit. I have physically restrained many, many people on numerous occasions.
How was this accomplished you may ask?
TEAMWORK. We had the appropriate number of staff on hand, and if we didn't, we waited until a few more people showed up so that we could deal with the
individual. Guess what? We also had training.
Were these situations dangerous? At times.
Did the staff ever take a punch, get bitten, or get knocked to the ground? Once in a while.
What kinds of weapons did we have? NONE, unless of course you count our bare fricking HANDS - and our fricking BRAINS.
And guess what, if you got bitten or punched, or kicked, you went to the hospital, got treated, took a day or two off, and then LIKE A REAL MAN/WOMAN,
came back to work. Why? Because that was your job and your obligation. It was part of the deal, it's what you signed up for, they told you up front
what you were going to be dealing with. You either accepted the job with the inherent risks and responsibilities, or you didn't.
"Sure, but did any of the clients ever have cutting shears or a hammer?", you may ask.
No...they had chairs, pool sticks/balls, glass bottles, mop handles, the occasional razor blade, brute strength, teeth, legs...hell, one psychotic guy
with a Black Belt ran down the length of the hall, jumped up, and kicked the unit door completely off of it's hinges and walked out. Wisely, we waved
goodbye and let that guy go. We then called the police. Did the local police pull up and blow him away?
Of course not...they used the appropriate amount of staff, they subdued him, and brought him back.
My point is, yes, the cops these days are trigger happy, and they are complete PU$$!ES. They are now a "trained" paramilitary force, many of them with
combat experience due to our recent military exploits over the last 12 years, and yet somehow they have turned out to be cowards. They can't accept
the idea of being punched, kicked, bitten...but mostly, they can't stand the idea of being DISOBEYED. Their egos cannot accept that their "authority"
can be challenged. They like to intimidate with their paramilitary clothing and weapons - they look and talk the part all right - they have the
mentality - but indeed, they are cowardly scumbags on the take for a buck. They are TRAITORS who abuse our Civil Rights and The Constitution on a
Indeed, the police themselves are the most dangerous ORGANIZED CRIME SYNDICATE in America.
Is my opinion too strong for you? My apologies for any ruffled feathers, but I tend to call it like I see it.
Oh yeah, my dad was a police officer...and when he witnessed his peers beat up a guy who was already detained, which then sent him to the hospital, my
dad turned them in. His act of courage makes me very proud of him to this day.
edit on 6-10-2012 by moonzoo7 because: typo/punctuation