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Sure, they beat up and electrocute mentally disabled people, shoot old men in their beds, and generally violate our natural rights on a daily basis, but the police catch a lot of bad guys, right? Well, if the police do stop the bad guys from committing crimes, it’s only ever the dumbest and most obvious bad guys, because if there’s ever any actual investigative work involved, you can be sure the police aren’t up to the task...
This sort of monumental incompetence is business as usual for the police, of course, although they always promise changes. And, most ironic and almost comical is the fact that while some people are being arrested for taking pictures of breastfeeding children, it is apparently not too difficult to keep a sex slave in the back yard.


wow...this entire thread is being unfair to the policemen. Now, although im quoting u, this really goes to the entire thread.

Cops are generally hated by the public. ironicly when something goes wrong, the cops are the firsts people the public turns to.
What we must remember is that cops r human as well.So they DO make human mistakes. Why do we have to place them on some high pedastal?

#1 Arent they normal people with a job? Somebody has to enforce the laws.

and u have no idea how stressful being a cop can be, especially when your naturally hated by the public on your first day on the job.
Police simply enforce SOME of the laws. It if u dont like the laws, change yur government.

That being said, power does currupt,
#2 but please be reminded that policemen risks thier lives everyday, dealing with criminals ranging from insane to highly intelligent.

They r always being told they r imcompetent, and being pulled on prank calls.

#3 They drive around in cars all day doing absolutly nothing.

MOst cops simply do paper work, and the job doesnt pay well and there is little action involved if any at all.
They cant tell WHO is going to start shooting when they pulled people over. ITs hard to tell which call, isnt a prank call.

And the public doesnt make thier job any easier. With all of our domestic violence, petty arguments, and reckless driving.We call 911 for everything little issue.

So please cut them some slack, they arnt perfect, they r just like us, they can be good/bad/ or down right crazy.At leasts civialians dont have the press barking up and down thier asses everytime they make a small slip up.Police have a hard job, so before calling them all a bunch of idiots that dont know what thier doing, at leasts thank them for the time they put in to make your society safe.Peace over war


(1) No they aren't normal people.
Normal people don't reserve more privileges then people have rights.
Normal people don't shoot peaceful stoners in the stomach just for answering the door.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48pK18Jvg3w
Normal people don't go berserk when they think they've been short changed at the drive-though.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPseyY0Vg0E
Normal people don't strangle ambulance drivers for trying to get to the hospital
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KluItc365hU&feature=related
Normal people don't dump quadriplegic's from their wheelchairs and laugh it off, as a joke.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYMKyJRAabE
Or this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S3q3HbhcRM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouL62b0Fqo8
Do these actions look like normal behavior? Does this look like a normal job to you? Ask yourself if you did ANY of these things to another person, would a court of law let you off with just a slap on the wrist and a "administrative leave"? (tax paid vacation)

(2) If you ran red-lights, and made illegal u-turns, don't you think you be heavily fined for doing so?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aD6AefB0uG8
Do you think you be fined if you deliberately parked in front of a fire-hydrant while the fire trucks, just might need them?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=052S1yg-zR0

3: agreed. observe (2) above.

Explain this to me, Until 1838 their were no Police/Law Enforcement officers in any of the states except for elected Sheriff's per jurisdiction.
How on earth did we, people, effectively deal with criminals, without what we know today as, Law Enforcement?
And if that method worked so well then, why isn't it being used now, and why not use it again?
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Weapon-01 wrote:


JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


Sure, they beat up and electrocute mentally disabled people, shoot old men in their beds, and generally violate our natural rights on a daily basis, but the police catch a lot of bad guys, right? Well, if the police do stop the bad guys from committing crimes, it’s only ever the dumbest and most obvious bad guys, because if there’s ever any actual investigative work involved, you can be sure the police aren’t up to the task...
This sort of monumental incompetence is business as usual for the police, of course, although they always promise changes. And, most ironic and almost comical is the fact that while some people are being arrested for taking pictures of breastfeeding children, it is apparently not too difficult to keep a sex slave in the back yard.


wow...this entire thread is being unfair to the policemen. Now, although im quoting u, this really goes to the entire thread.

Cops are generally hated by the public. ironicly when something goes wrong, the cops are the firsts people the public turns to.
What we must remember is that cops r human as well.So they DO make human mistakes. Why do we have to place them on some high pedastal?

#1 Arent they normal people with a job? Somebody has to enforce the laws.

and u have no idea how stressful being a cop can be, especially when your naturally hated by the public on your first day on the job.
Police simply enforce SOME of the laws. It if u dont like the laws, change yur government.

That being said, power does currupt,
#2 but please be reminded that policemen risks thier lives everyday, dealing with criminals ranging from insane to highly intelligent.

They r always being told they r imcompetent, and being pulled on prank calls.

#3 They drive around in cars all day doing absolutly nothing.

MOst cops simply do paper work, and the job doesnt pay well and there is little action involved if any at all.
They cant tell WHO is going to start shooting when they pulled people over. ITs hard to tell which call, isnt a prank call.

And the public doesnt make thier job any easier. With all of our domestic violence, petty arguments, and reckless driving.We call 911 for everything little issue.

So please cut them some slack, they arnt perfect, they r just like us, they can be good/bad/ or down right crazy.At leasts civialians dont have the press barking up and down thier asses everytime they make a small slip up.Police have a hard job, so before calling them all a bunch of idiots that dont know what thier doing, at leasts thank them for the time they put in to make your society safe.Peace over war


(1) No they aren't normal people.
Normal people don't reserve more privileges then people have rights.
Normal people don't shoot peaceful stoners in the stomach just for answering the door.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48pK18Jvg3w
Normal people don't go berserk when they think they've been short changed at the drive-though.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPseyY0Vg0E
Normal people don't strangle ambulance drivers for trying to get to the hospital
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KluItc365hU&feature=related
Normal people don't dump quadriplegic's from their wheelchairs and laugh it off, as a joke.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYMKyJRAabE
Or this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S3q3HbhcRM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouL62b0Fqo8
Do these actions look like normal behavior? Does this look like a normal job to you? Ask yourself if you did ANY of these things to another person, would a court of law let you off with just a slap on the wrist and a "administrative leave"? (tax paid vacation)

(2) If you ran red-lights, and made illegal u-turns, don't you think you be heavily fined for doing so?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aD6AefB0uG8
Do you think you be fined if you deliberately parked in front of a fire-hydrant while the fire trucks, just might need them?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=052S1yg-zR0

3: agreed. observe (2) above.

Explain this to me, Until 1838 their were no Police/Law Enforcement officers in any of the states except for elected Sheriff's per jurisdiction.
How on earth did we, people, effectively deal with criminals, without what we know today as, Law Enforcement?
And if that method worked so well then, why isn't it being used now, and why not use it again?


instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war
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instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war


Okay, you may have answered the "1838" question (I'll be looking into that) but other questions remain unanswered. If you did the described actions to other people, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not?
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they're just there to enforce laws and institute security among people. Atleast they do SOMETHING like tell the neighbors to quiet down....
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instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war


Okay, you may have answered the "1838" question (I'll be looking into that) but other questions remain unanswered. If you did the described actions to other people, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not?


what do u mean? the ealier videos u where showing me? if i did such things, im sure people would hate me to...but people do tend to hate criminals. and policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught. or the really smart ones that have dumb moments or dumb partners. peace over war
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JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war


Okay, you may have answered the "1838" question (I'll be looking into that) but other questions remain unanswered. If you did the described actions to other people, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not?


what do u mean? the ealier videos u where showing me? if i did such things, im sure people would hate me to...but people do tend to hate criminals. and policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught. or the really smart ones that have dumb moments or dumb partners. peace over war


"policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught."
That's a complete contradiction in phrase.
If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?

Let me reiterate my last question...
If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?
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Weapon-01 wrote:


JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war


Okay, you may have answered the "1838" question (I'll be looking into that) but other questions remain unanswered. If you did the described actions to other people, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not?


what do u mean? the ealier videos u where showing me? if i did such things, im sure people would hate me to...but people do tend to hate criminals. and policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught. or the really smart ones that have dumb moments or dumb partners. peace over war


"policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught."
That's a complete contradiction in phrase.
If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?

Let me reiterate my last question...
If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?


"If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?"

asks the governer...maybe its a currurpt precent.

"If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?"

that depends on the judge. is the judge fair? and what about the prosscecuters? do the judge and police know each other? how much influence can my lawyer have on the judge?

how your treated in court is of little importance, wether or not you can get them to believe your story is where the importance lies. peace over war




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JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war


Okay, you may have answered the "1838" question (I'll be looking into that) but other questions remain unanswered. If you did the described actions to other people, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not?


what do u mean? the ealier videos u where showing me? if i did such things, im sure people would hate me to...but people do tend to hate criminals. and policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught. or the really smart ones that have dumb moments or dumb partners. peace over war


"policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught."
That's a complete contradiction in phrase.
If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?

Let me reiterate my last question...
If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?


"If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?"

asks the governer...maybe its a currurpt precent.

"If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?
"

that depends on the judge. is the judge fair? and what about the prosscecuters? do the judge and police know each other? how much influence can my lawyer have on the judge?

how your treated in court is of little importance, wether or not you can get them to believe your story is where the importance lies. peace over war


Oh man, you love that government cock-cheese don't ya. It's all over you.
It drips down your chin, and over your shirt.
Whatever the government does, it can't be wrong. After all you helped elect them. Remember that when you get a good tazer in the back of your skull as they beat you senseless with their beating sticks.
"OH yesss, officer please give me another, OHHH another Oh loardy I think I'm breaking out in the sweats, give me another!"

Enjoy your rights.... oh wait, that's right, you don't have any. Only the one's your local jack-boot let you have.
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What do we expect. Not all professional people are good.
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Weapon-01 wrote:


JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


JJT2 wrote:


Weapon-01 wrote:


instead of giving my criminal justice speech 101, ill just say a few "bad apples dont spoil the whole bunch". Now in certain countries, the police force can be very rigged and currupt. But as far as american society is concernced, they r stil normal people.

do normal people do the above? yes they do. Celebrities, master criminals, political criminals, currupt judges, ect. but police do have a stressful job. Dont throw them all in a bag and call them the sons/daughters of saton.

Thats a little too biased and unfair. Our system as it stands..sucks. it doesnt make much sense, the laws r illogical, and the system changes far to fast for it to work properly. the French would agree with me, they hate american legal system. they think we have no real human rights.the police just enforce the laws, if the laws r crappy, enforcement will be crappy. so your barking up the wrong tree.

and before 1838 we "effectivly" dealth with criminals by torchering them for a confession, execeution for 95% of all crimes, and life in prison (an inhuman unsanitary cage) for the rest. Having no real courts, so the "police" where the judge,jury, and the executioners. not to mension the police werent even professional, so u know more innocent people where caught/ killed without proper trial by jury.

the reason why it was so effective was because everyone was either too scared to commit a crime, or where already dead.
the reason why it isnt used now is because it violates human rights. Back in those days, not believing in God was a crime punishable by death. Most cases where solved by "so and so had no fear of god" thus they killed him.

this type of method today, though it violates human rights and doesnt use reason and logic, it will lower crime rate, but out of fear. U know what happens to guys who steal in some countries? they get thier hands chopped off. Do u think they steal again?
what happens to american thiefs? a day in jail.So u can see how the antique method will work, but is it really worth our human rights?? peace over war


Okay, you may have answered the "1838" question (I'll be looking into that) but other questions remain unanswered. If you did the described actions to other people, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not?


what do u mean? the ealier videos u where showing me? if i did such things, im sure people would hate me to...but people do tend to hate criminals. and policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught. or the really smart ones that have dumb moments or dumb partners. peace over war


"policemen who break the law are criminals.but not all criminal get caught, only the dumb criminal get caught."
That's a complete contradiction in phrase.
If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?

Let me reiterate my last question...
If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?


"If a cop breaks the law, and is caught on camera committing criminal action, is he not therefore caught on camera? And if so why is he still on duty on your dime?"

asks the governer...maybe its a currurpt precent.

"If you did the described actions to other people in the posted videos above, would you be treated the same way as cops do, or not, in a court of law through due process of law?
"

that depends on the judge. is the judge fair? and what about the prosscecuters? do the judge and police know each other? how much influence can my lawyer have on the judge?

how your treated in court is of little importance, wether or not you can get them to believe your story is where the importance lies. peace over war


Oh man, you love that government cock-cheese don't ya. It's all over you.
It drips down your chin, and over your shirt.
Whatever the government does, it can't be wrong. After all you helped elect them. Remember that when you get a good tazer in the back of your skull as they beat you senseless with their beating sticks.
"OH yesss, officer please give me another, OHHH another Oh loardy I think I'm breaking out in the sweats, give me another!"

Enjoy your rights.... oh wait, that's right, you don't have any. Only the one's your local jack-boot let you have.

ok?

but are we talking about the police here or the system (government)? if u really want to go after someone and rant about them, try the political high tiers of the society- congress, legislative branch, supreme court, ect.

That's where the real issues lie. They MAKE and INTERPRET the laws. police do nothing but enforce, and they r normal people like u and me, with a regular 8 to 5 job. they just have a gun and athority. how is your boss any different?

policemen DO make mistakes, they DO kill innocent people, but they DO risks thier lives everyday. Criminals and civilians want them dead, they have no body...no body.Even fellow police officiers wont date each other, do u have ne idea what law enforcement can do to your personality?

the thing is, your blaming the slave for the white man's work. The slave has no political power, he is just a tool. If u want to go after someone, go after the white man- he controls the slave doesnt he?

See where im going with this? im far from a government supporter, but i dont see any point in attacking puppets for the system. If there is no law, police have nothing to enforce right? The real issues lie in the criminal justice system. The system is broken and doesnt work very well.Laws r niether coherent, logical, or enforcable.In the USA, the system relies on controling crime with a bidget, instead of a conscience. This leads to money dictating punishments for crime and prisons for criminals.And when the money runs out, crime runs rampent with criminals.

so if u want to rant, why not go after the system? what good does it do to go after a puppet? they can replace puppets...they always do. peace over war




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What do we expect. Not all professional people are good.


and thats the key issue here. we expect these officiers to be the perfect example of how to be a perfect civilian. We dont expect them to smoke, drink, or do drugs. we dont expect them to commit even the smallest of crimes (like speeding). we place them on this very high pedastal that no human can attain. And when they fall off due to human error, we act as if our entire belief system has been proven wrong.

then we go on to lose faith in the entire criminal justice field along with the entire justice system. If we just remember that these officiers R human, and r subjected to human error, along with the fact that they r hated by everyone with a very stressful, DEADLY job, we will come to see that they r no different then us.Most people cant handle working in a grocery store's customer service, imagine having to deal with dangerous nut jobs on a daily basis? peace over war
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This is all so easy for you to say as you sit on your ass at home in front of a computer. You don't put your life in danger for your city every day. They're only human. It's not like they're robots designed to never make mistakes. Shit happens. Do you mess up sometimes? Do doctors, lawyers, and scientists mess up sometimes? Yes, they do. No one's perfect, and sometimes, things just can't be helped.

Besides, on the news they mostly feed you the bad news. They tell you that a cop did blah blah blah because hearing about a cop saving a life isn't half as "interesting". Trust me. Bad news rake in the viewers.

And who do you want to protect you if they don't, huh?
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Fubura1992 wrote:

What do we expect. Not all professional people are good.


and thats the key issue here. we expect these officiers to be the perfect example of how to be a perfect civilian. We dont expect them to smoke, drink, or do drugs. we dont expect them to commit even the smallest of crimes (like speeding). we place them on this very high pedastal that no human can attain. And when they fall off due to human error, we act as if our entire belief system has been proven wrong.

then we go on to lose faith in the entire criminal justice field along with the entire justice system. If we just remember that these officiers R human, and r subjected to human error, along with the fact that they r hated by everyone with a very stressful, DEADLY job, we will come to see that they r no different then us.Most people cant handle working in a grocery store's customer service, imagine having to deal with dangerous nut jobs on a daily basis? peace over war


I know what u mean. But we cannot always expect all police to be good. Some of them are asshole. Well I live in NYC, most of the police there are bad. I heard on the news said that they gave false parking tickets for hundreds of dollars. They beats up innocent people. I do agreed that they also protect people.
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