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    I believe they should investigate claims of police brutality but to be honest when law enforcement investigates law enforcement it's like the fox guarding the hen house.
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    They are worthless swine is what they are...and all that engage in these sorts of activities should be forced to a lifetime of turning big rocks into little rocks.
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    @gizmo0001 - not all of them? Well duh. But police also have mob mentality and tend to follow what their peers are doing...hence one rotten apple spoils the barrel. My Uncle is a good guy and a cop but if one of his buddies that is an officer is doing something illegal he's not going to rat him out. Always bow down to the badge and always protect the badge, that's the final for officers. Until you can purge the problems in 'law' enforcement, then I don't believe they need to be the ones enforcing the law.
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    I'm so damn sick of this stuff happening. There are good cops out there and I appreciate them. But there is too much of this happening. We need to clean house and get these pieces of trash off the streets and in jail.
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    I suspect it has always been happening but the cops are still getting used to the fact the information age works against their crimes as much as anyone else's.
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    @Zazziness In my opinion I dont. We are definitely seeing a widespread increase of police brutality. As well as a general uptick of violence across the country. If I'm not reading about a mass shooting I'm reading about the cops killing someone who was apparently innocent. I blame our increasing decline of social moral vaules combined with lack of leadership, lack of accountability, and lack of national identity.
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    @fayban I doubt it. If anything, police used to have more free reign to do as they pleased without consequence. We see it more because there are more cameras to capture the wrongdoing and the web to communicate it worldwide. Before cell phones and the internet, it would have been the cops' word against hers and guess which a jury would lean toward believing?
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    @Zazziness yes I can agree police had more free regin and cameras help. However I believe the hearts of our police have grown dark from the general decline in social values and morality. We have become much more violent just look on tv, in magazines, Internet, vidio games ext. In the 80's when I missed school. I would watch tv during the day. Not much on during those hour featuring violence and sexaul content. Today though turn on your tv midday what to you see? Numerous police dramas depicting a world of murder, rape, kidnapping and all sorts of evil stuff with the increasingly graphic images of these crimes broadcasted 24 hours a day. Turn on MTV lately? In the 90's they showed music. In the 2010's they show graphic images of people getting hurt while the host make jokes about thier suffering. Ever wonder why we see 7 year old girls now a day's wearing makeup and poping thier ass on youtube yeah its called social decline.
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    the only answer I can think of to stop this is drop the hammer on the heads of the cops who do it. start locking them in the prisons they help to fill up for the crimes they commit and i'm guessing you'll see a lot less of this.
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    More than that. These cops should be indicted for murder and whatever other crimes can be found from the video. They should be tried, found guilty, and given the maximum sentence for each of the many counts against them, each without chance of parole, all sentences to be served consecutively. A few results like this will almost surely put a stop on these all to frequent police murders.
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    This is pretty much the same thing that happened to a homeless man in my home town of Fullerton, CA a few years ago. Those cops were caught on tape with clear audio and they got off scot free even after being tried for their actions. It's an absolute travesty what some cops get away with and how the few rotten apples color our perceptions of them all
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    Mr_GO_HERD:

    For the most part, I agree. But if a criminal is putting lives in jeopardy when evading in a vehicle or shooting at the police randomly, I have no problem seeing the POS pummeled with metal and lying face down while his blood oozes out. I wouldn't waste my time calling EMT. Instead, I would call the coroner.
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    @Meanie 99% of the time, "But if ..." does not happen. It's hard to tell if you're being facetious or just crazy.
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    @Meanie I love that part in the constitution that says you lose all your rights when you flee from the police in a car. Just shoot 'em dead.
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    ALL Cops NEED to BOOT CAMP..every SIX Months... RELIEVE some Pent-Up Anger Issues..BTW .These Policeman Involved... Should be "Found Guilty" of MURDER 1"...
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    Wow, it's rare but I have to agree with @Now_What and @bsking both on a single issue as the first two posters on a thread???

    Man I'm going to have to go outside and see if the sky is still up and the moon is in its place!
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    Yeah well that just goes to show how feed up everyone is with this kinda BS. Damn you should be able to trust the police but to tell the truth I believe a person would be putting their life endanger just calling for help now days.
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    @truthsayer

    This is really sad...and the guy wasn't even really involved in a big way nor did it call for this kind of shit action either.
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    @Now_What Yea, I don't like seeing anyone treated this way...they have hand cuffs...that's what they're for, and had him out numbered. Like my wife said though as a nurse...she thinks it was the guy who had his head and neck that may have killed him.
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    @BravoJuliet That sounds logical to me. It would be one thing if this were a rare and isolated incident. Like you said, you have handcuffs and numbers, make an arrest and be done with it.
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    It's this kind of shit from idiot cops like these that make the really good ones look bad! If I were a Law Officer it would be really upsetting to me.
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    That's what I was thinking as well. I was more focused on the video, trying to figure out how the hell it happened.
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    I live about 7 minutes from Moore and the nickname for Moore PD is Moore Nazis. They harass people all the time and the mayor says his officers did nothing wrong. They asked him for his ID and legally he didn't have to so the police got mad and murdered him in cold blood. The man was trying to be a peacemaker between his wife and their 19 year old daughter. My prayers for his family and the hope the cops get charged and convicted for this heinous act.
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    yes probably so but they probably should wait until Eric Holder's gone ... maybe the next one will have some integrity
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    Why even put that out there!
    What the f&ck do you want from us.
    These are the facts.
    It goes on every day in this country. It's never an issue until Politix needs a few hits. It's recycled sh!t over and over again.
    Ever seen a beating in small city?
    Perhaps I could send you several hundred examples.
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    WTF is going on? Has this always been happening and just unreported? Ever since major cities have been allowing civil unrest trainings (Minneapolis a few years ago with blackhawk helis...look it up) police brutality is way up.
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    Since the democrats won in 2008 the Police depts have became brutal.
    They think Communism won in America.
    This is exactly how law is in Communist Country.
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    Cops have stopped being peace officers who focus on serving the public and turned into law enforcement who place their own safety above all else. Had just one of those officers really been paying attention to the man and how he was doing, he would probably be alive today.
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    "law enforcement who place their own safety above all else"
    While I agree 100%, it's hard to NOT want to come home safely everyday to your family. They aren't paid enough to want to commit suicide..........
    I know there is no way I would be a cop.........
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    As I suggested yesterday, we need to expand "English Rule" to criminal cases to prevent bogus arrests and trumped up charges against innocent civilians, and create a new FELONY criminal charge specifically aimed at Law Enforcement addressing brutality with stiff penalties such as jail time in a State Prison and financial restitution to victims.
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    Take the politics out of law enforcement and make all agencies accountable for their actions, then just maybe this shit will cease to happen. Until the law is no longer above the law, this kind of stuff will continue to be defended and or covered up.
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    But really what would it really matter. POLICE are above the law and the unjustice department is already overloaded with aiding pot sales in Colorado, running guns to Mexico and pressing charges against conservatives while protecting communist so they can can continue their war against the 1st and 2nd amendments. God I love America. After Obama cuts out our military and gives USA to Russia I will feel sooooo safe.
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    First of all, its time to dis-arm all cops. Next there are way too many police deptments. When I drive from my hometown to Little Rock, about 100miles, I go thru at least 12 to 20 different dept. These need to be done away with. Why should a small town of a few 100 people have a blue army? Last the whole number of thug-cops need to be reduced, there are 100s too many.
  • #64
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    Face one fact:
    Society, as a whole, have become more violent. Road rage, gun crimes, home invasions, armed robbery, "knock down" game, flash mobs..........etc.
    My opinion.........over population.
    Too many took the bible's "go forth and multiply" way to earnestly.
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    You referred to Noah and the arc in your post and said," Too many took the bible's "go forth and multiply" way to earnestly...."
    The story of Noah and his Ark as I heard it: After the great flood had passed, Noah opened the arc and stood by the door.
    As the animals left the arc, two-by-two, Noah would say" go- forth- and multiply, go- forth- and multiply.
    When Noah thought that all the animals had departed the arc he looked around and discovered that there were two serpents still on the arc.
    Noah commanded them, saying, Go-forth-and multiply,Go- forth- and- Multiply... The serpents then replied, "we can't, we're adders."
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    @ASISEEIT2 "we can't, we're adders."
    I thought you was gonna say "we can't, first we must make laws and debate them" (lawyers and politicians = snakes?)
    LOL
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