Cop throws women into cell. Faces felony charges.

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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 01:00 AM
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Well what can you say, another completely unnecessary act of aggression by the people who are suppose to protect us.


A Skokie, Ill. police officer has been charged with felony aggravated battery and official misconduct after he was captured pushing a female arrestee into a jail cell, resulting in the woman sustaining multiple serious facial injuries.


www.huffingtonpost.com...


I know he was probably not really trying to hurt her, but come on.. Why does he think he has the right to throw a 120 pound women ..

He could have just put her in the cell and shut the door, instead he throws her in there and leaves her a bloody mess.

I'm glad he is facing felony charges, and hope he gets prison time
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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 01:27 AM
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Man, this is probably the most infuriating forum on this site.

Really glad he's facing charges. Whether or not they stick remains to be seen.

To see a man force his will in such a way over a woman who obviously poses little to no threat makes my blood boil.

Make this cop famous. Piece of @&?!.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 01:28 AM
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there was another thread on this...absolutely unnecessary use of force...i hope the cop get thrown in jail and treated the same way



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 01:32 AM
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hopenotfeariswhatweneed
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there was another thread on this...absolutely unnecessary use of force...i hope the cop get thrown in jail and treated the same way


Opps I did not see it.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 03:03 AM
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Someone post that pricks home address...all over the web.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 04:22 AM
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solarstorm
Someone post that pricks home address...all over the web.


Think it though for a moment.

So do you really want this cop's probable wife, children and neighbours to be punished? What did they do to this poor woman, or infact to you to warrant such treatment?

You'd have to be a special kind of vicious wanker to want that, which would make you no better than the piece of trash who did this.

But you are better than that, aren't you?



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 04:47 AM
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skalla

But you are better than that, aren't you?


Being "better" than them is what has caused this sh*t-storm to begin with. I say being the nice guy, turn the other cheek time has gone out the _ Fight fire with fire.

Not condoning violence though. But start making examples of rouge cops.
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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 04:54 AM
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So much stupid. Make the cop accountable for his actions.

And anyone who takes reprisals that are outside of the law, or indeed common decency has to be accountable to.

If a kid at that address gets hit in, for example a drive by or fire bombing on the address... then i suppose you think that it was worth it?

What if he has a wife? She may be pregnant. You prepared to stand up and justify an attack on her?

Perhaps a brick thrown through a window? I suppose that you'd be happy to throw that brick and stand up and be counted for it from what you are saying?

So what is behind that window? Could be a kid in a cot. I'm not happy for those chances to be taken.

Find another way and stop being a vicious internet hardman.

If you are all so tough, attack the police station.

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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:02 AM
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At the least, this rather ironically shows there is hope.

The fact that the cop was arrested and is being charged as he is shows that things are not yet at a point where good cops are willing to turn a blind eye to this sort of crap perpetrated on the public by an out of control member of their own ranks.

Contrary to making the police as a whole look worse than they do already, It reflects positively on them that they are willing to bring justice to their own when they are caught doing these crimes.

Good for the police that arrested him.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:03 AM
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You must be a cop since you can't read.........



Not condoning violence though.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:06 AM
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HandyDandy

skalla

But you are better than that, aren't you?


Being "better" than them is what has caused this sh*t-storm to begin with. I say being the nice guy, turn the other cheek time has gone out the _ Fight fire with fire.

Not condoning violence though. But start making examples of rouge cops.
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I'm heartened by you editing your post to make it clear that you do not condone violence. But if the cop is violent, fighting fire with fire can only mean you are suggesting violence.

Now i aint saying that's wrong. But ffs, posting addresses is like dropping a 2000 pound bomb on a bicycle.

Family, neighbours, the whole street in fact will suffer. I think my post above shows the thoughtlessness and possible horriffic consequences of such actions. Target the cop for whatever ire you feel, not other innocent people.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:07 AM
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MysterX
Contrary to making the police as a whole look worse than they do already, It reflects positively on them that they are willing to bring justice to their own when they are caught doing these crimes.


Key words......."when they are caught"


Good for the police that arrested him.



They only arrested him after the outcry. Not when the actual crime took place.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:09 AM
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If posting names and address is so wrong, then why are civilians names and addresses posted? Anyone can look up anyone's police record and get their name and address.

What about the sex offender list? Do you care for their family too? Or just cops?

Hence the fight fire with fire comment. The posting of the addresses is the fire. Not the violence. But of course, a cop or a cop lover would only resort to violence........
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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:11 AM
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There's a way to go...but regardless it is still a move in the right direction.

The more this happens, the more good cops will be willing to act in the correct way.

A snowball effect. The more good cops are willing to show their arm, the more the confidence will be, in tackling internal corruption involving bad cops.

In an ideal world, this guy would have been arrested immediately and thrown in a cell with a lawer.

But, alas...we're not there yet.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:17 AM
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Well if all their names and addresses were public knowledge like they should be, they probably would be acting more human to begin with. Think on that deeply.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:23 AM
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Exactly.....

I have more fear of a man with a badge, a gun, and a 95% success rate of getting away with murder than I am of a 21 year old who slept with a 16 year old living in my neighborhood.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:27 AM
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HandyDandy
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If posting names and address is so wrong, then why are civilians names and addresses posted? Anyone can look up anyone's police record and get their name and address.

What about the sex offender list? Do you care for their family too? Or just cops?


Can they? Then individuals are free to look that up and act accordingly, rather than being a coward and inciting others to do their dirty work for them.

How do you feel about the sex offender's register and the effect it may have on their families? Do you feel that a sex offender should have young children living with them? What is your favourite type of octopus? is it even relevant?

For the record, i think that targetting a property that could well have innocents in for a revenge attack makes someone one of the lowest varieties of scumbag.



Hence the fight fire with fire comment. The posting of the addresses is the fire. Not the violence.


And what do you suppose people will do with that information? Find another way. I'll make some assumptions about your life here, that are quite typical, so please indulge me. You are a married man with two young children, your wife is a bit of an ass though are trying to work things through, in the hope that it will get better, after all she has a tough job and you love your kids, who also love their mum. Your wife does something rash, stupid and hurtful to another human and she is facing charges for this. Your address gets posted on various sites on the net and your wife is villified and all sorts of people are posting stuff about how much they want to hurt her. I should not need to type anymore. Do you have kids?



But of course, a cop or a cop lover would only resort to violence........


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The only humans that are capable of violence in relation to this situation are cops, or lovers of cops?

I understand that this incident angers you, it does the same to me, but that's just not looking at things in a realistic or responsible manner.

And quit the "you must be a cop" stuff o0
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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:36 AM
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You don't think sex offenders have family or neighbors?

That's the point.

The rest of your dribble is just that....because I never said anything about violence. You did.

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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:42 AM
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To be honest, if i were in the police (and i'm not - i seriously doubt they would have me) and i were working everyday to detect and arrest murderers, drug dealers, arms dealers, rapists and violent criminals...i certainly would not wish my home location to be publically available to anyone...that 'anyone' does of course include all of the above people i'd be working to put behind bars.

Criminals tend not to enjoy the work police do, and would be pleased to find where the local cop on their ass lives.



posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:47 AM
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I don't agree. They've gone too far to the dark side now. They need to be put on some prefty hefty leashes and made responsible. They too are but minion employees of the people.
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