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Texas police officer pulls pulls over 19yo, handcuffs and rapes her.

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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 12:24 AM
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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 12:25 AM
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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 01:12 AM
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With any luck you won't make twenty posts.

An insightful mod might make a pre-emptive strike.

Perhaps that's what 'you' really want.
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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 01:36 AM
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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 06:11 AM
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I hate to state the obvious here, but having recently been released from a year-long stint in my cozy county bed & breakfast I must assure you that the two leading causes of getting a good old fashioned ass-beating are being a sex offender, or being a snitch. Since cops are automatically snitches by profession, not even protective custody will save this dirt bag. News flash rape-o, the same area they keep protective custody inmates is the same place they keep gang members for classification, it's just called "administrative segregation" and if you think anyone is going to put up with your crap, you're sadly mistaken.

Anyway, blah blah yadda yadda.... He's going to get what's coming to him.

Good day.


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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 07:09 AM
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if I was in this girls family that would be one dead cop



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 07:14 AM
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I hope your right. this guy needs a big black train ran on him for a few years then he kills himself in prison I Cant express in words how much I hate a dirty cop.



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 07:24 AM
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Why rage at the police as a whole. It aint like he got a promotion or a coverup is going on. He will be processed and if the sentence reflects favouritism then you have a case.



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 08:07 AM
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I suspect this kind of thing is a lot more common than we can imagine. Police who wield their "power" in this way are usually smart enough to choose powerless, voiceless minorities. Canadian Mounties and Winnipeg police for example are known to abuse and terrorize our aboriginal populations and sex workers. The victims don't complain although some erratic efforts try to focus on the "disappeared" and get some publicity for the issues. Fact is, I think the truth is just too far away from our normal 'protected' experience to even begin to comprehend - but there is no doubt the bottom 1% of our so-called civilized society do NOT live in the same world we do, or enjoy the same privileges or protections. I doubt there's much difference between the slums of Winnipeg or New York or Houston than the slums of Sao Paolo or Bombay when it comes to the powerful stomping the powerless.



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 09:06 AM
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You are misrepresenting the info. The woman that gor the girl to kill herself was not a blogger. Bloggera generally don't bully. However most cops are bad. Its nit a few bad apples. The thing is almost every police station has at least one crooked/criminal cop. Others generally know this making the cops that know and cover it up bad apples themselves.

There are waay too many stories about bad cops thousands and thousands and each one is a different officer.

On the Missouri story, it was carried as more or less local news, so we got the endless reports as it happened. It was two rival girls where the mother of one used a bogus MySpace account to befriend the friend of her daughter as a "boyfriend". The mother set the other girl up emotionally then saw nothing wrong for what she'd done when it led to a suicide. It was cyber bullying at it's worst and why I used the example.

Now the generalizations are are what I take as outright ignorant. Every department has a corrupt cop? I'm sorry...but the little town of Buffalo, north of here and where I lived for a while, has a small department. Just a half dozen or so when I was there. I knew each of them by first name. Which of them was the corrupt and bad cop they all "knew about"? There MUST be one...right? EVERY Department has one....right?

This is where the discussion breaks down.

We can and should all agree that corrupt cops exist. To say otherwise is to ignore the very proof before our eyes on a daily basis in news. We SHOULD also be able to agree that "thousands", as you note, still come within a group of many HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS that are not corrupt.

....for another example, if a city has a population of 750,000 or 800,000 people and 10,000 of those, to grab a figure, are corrupt scumbags or criminals ..do we say EVERY block and EVERY neighborhood is infested with crime, so the whole city is worthless? It would seem we ARE doing that for the "city" of American law enforcement..and that is where I take it to be profoundly ignorant as an unfounded and unproven assumption.

Predisposition to hate cops is what would tend to explain it, IMO. A very powerful predisposition by entirely too many people.
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posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 10:03 AM
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If you've ever dealt with cops, known them or spent time with them, they almost always, without exception, cover for each other's crimes, big and small.


I respect that you disagree.

But may I ask where you are getting this information from? Is there some study that you are quoting from or is it personal opinion?

If there is some kind of scientific study, please post that here so it can be reviewed.

If you are making this conclusion from personal experience or opinion, I would like to remind you that there are around 800,000 police officers in this country. How can you claim to have personal experiences with all, most or even a large percent of the police officers in this country?

The truth, in my opinion, is crooked cops hide their criminal acts from all or most other police officers because the more people that know about their criminal acts, the more chance there is of getting caught. Just like with any other criminals. If there are other officers involved it is a small group compared to the total number of officers in the department.

When it comes to non-criminal departmental misconduct, regular officers may be more willing to turn their heads and not immediately report other officers but this is for infractions like not writing reports or something along those lines. The reasoning behind this is because the only person that serves to get hurt by these actions is the violating officer himself because he or she alone will suffer the consequences for his or her decisions.


But IMHO whats more disturbing, is while their actions are no less criminal than a street gang or mafia, they are rarely prosecuted. If and when they are prosecuted, the punishment, if any, is a fraction of what a typical criminal would receive.


No one disagrees with you on that. I believe an officer who commits criminal actions while under the guise of a police officer is WORSE than regular criminals.

I would say it depends on who the crooked cop is victimizing. Are they victimizing other criminals, such as drug dealers, who will not report the incident or cooperate with police who are attempting to investigate the officer? If criminals will not report or cooperate with the prosecution of a crooked cop, the good cop's hands are tied and it becomes extremely difficult without any other evidence.

If a crooked cop victimizes regular everyday citizens, like the one in the article being discussed, justice is usually swift and certain. As evidenced by the fact that the complaint was heard and the officer was arrested and charged swiftly.



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 10:35 AM
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Who cares.

No, seriously... who cares?

All you lot who constantly defend the boys in blue even if they were probing your ass with their ten-inch flashlights, those of you on ATS and everywhere else who believe that police can do no wrong, and you just loooooove to bend over for them... there you have it.

You're right.

The police serve and protect, and they have a right to do whatever they want to us.

If they want to have their way with you, you bend over and say "thank you."

After all, authority figures ought to be bowed to.

They are our Gods.

We belong to them.

Isn't that right?

......


Oh wait...



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 11:09 AM
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Don't judge the profession...judge the person...

Now the cop bashing begins and a bunch of crappy cops ruin it for the good ones...would you lump all Italians in as gangster or mob members because of a bunch of bad apples? Would you say all young African American are criminals? You best not so I would extend the same courtesy to police officers...



posted on Dec, 4 2013 @ 11:17 AM
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Well said Senior Rabbit....



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