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Originally posted by VaterOrlaag
Originally posted by mwood
reply to post by tanda7
I say AFTER the trial and he is found GUILTY then let everybody have a turn in a closed room with him.
Till he is proven guilty I assume he is innocent and he should not be touched.
What if it turns out he didn't do it ???????
Mob justice is not justice.
Cops are sworn to uphold the laws, not take them into their own hands.
They can't just go beating people willy nilly just because they don't like what that person supposedly did.
That's why we live in America.
Originally posted by Josephus
Reminds me of what was going on at Penn state, that guy that walked on Sandusky raping a kid and felt tattling to Paterno was a sufficient response.
Originally posted by Sharingan
reply to post by LittleBlackEagle
Dude, it was the 70s in the worst part of Dallas. They couldve killed him if they wanted to and gotten away with it.
I think he showed pretty good restraint, considering it took them a couple of hours to find all of the pieces of the girl he ran over.
So, yea. He was a good cop and he proved it many times over his 30 year career.
Is it stupid? If it is, please excuse me for insulting your intelligence.
What kind of stupid question is this?
Speaking of stupid questions.
Ever hear of "innocent until proven guilty"?
Originally posted by pstrron
He was caught in the act, there is no assumption of guilt, it's a fact, guilty. Where I live, he wouldn't be seeing his 20th birthday. Now all the bleeding hearts here can defend him and talk all kinds of BS of how he is innocent until proven guilty, he was caught in the act.
Sheriff Jason Ard said he fired Dipuma six months ago for conduct unbecoming of an officer, but wouldn't go into specifics about that conduct. In 2009 Dipuma resigned from the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office after an incident where a suspect was injured while in his custody. He was also suspended in 2005 and reassigned after admitting that he put his foot on a suspect's neck and head to hold them down, and also kicked the suspect in the head.
Originally posted by th3onetruth
reply to post by TheLieWeLive
btw, it is two cents, as in money. But I agree, letting the family have a whack at him doesn't bother me as much. Maybe the cop shouldn't have beat him, but maybe he should have.
Originally posted by Wookiep
reply to post by Glass
Dogs don't get to present their case before a judge and jury. People do. That's the difference.
edit on 2-8-2013 by Wookiep because: (no reason given)
That said, I applaud his behavior. I would have wanted to put a bullet in the pedo's head.