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Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired


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Cops are outing themselves as exactly what we have been saying they are for....what? centuries at this point right? And this is in response to calling them out on the ****. It’s hard to image what they will do if they are allowed to get back to it or worse they get help covering it up. 

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3 North Carolina police officers fired over racist rants

 

At the 46-minute mark of the video, Piner and Gilmore began talking from their respective cars, at which time Piner criticized the department, saying its only concern was “kneeling down with the black folks.” About 30 minutes later, Piner received a phone call from Moore, according to the investigation, a segment in which Moore referred to a Black female as a “negro.” He also referred to the woman by using a racial slur. He repeated the use of the slur in describing a Black magistrate, and Moore used a gay slur to describe the magistrate as well.

Later, according to the investigation, Piner told Moore that he feels a civil war is coming and that he is ready. Piner said he was going to buy a new assault rifle, and soon “we are just going to go out and start slaughtering them (expletive)” Blacks. “I can’t wait. God, I can’t wait.”

 

https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/national/article243779512.html

 

But systemic racism isn't a thing....

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"Trying to shame us" he says, as if wanting him to feel bad is what this is about.  What people want are police union bosses and everyone else involved with maintaining the current unconscionable system of American policing ripped out of their places of power and tossed onto the trash heap of history. 

 

If they do, or do not, feel shame for their actions is between them and God. 

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Sam Liccardo calls for firing of San Jose police officers involved in ‘online ring of hate’

 

San Jose Police Officers Association President Paul Kelly denounced an “online ring of hate” involving current and retired San Jose police officers.

 

The racist comments were allegedly made in a closed Facebook group.

 

Mayor Sam Liccardo has called for the officers involved to be fired, and SJPOA President Kelly agrees.

 

He announced these four steps being taken against the officers:

-Immediately file charges to expel those involved from the police officers’ association
-Immediately suspend any board members involved
-Withhold money and support from officers trying to defend themselves against charges from the department
-Take emergency steps to update its bylaws to allow the immediate expulsion of board members in the future

 

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Cops are starting to act like a military without military justice in place to keep them in check.  I’m guessing some troops caught on camera not only refusing to follow orders but trashing their chain of command would face stricter punishments than those cops will.  
 

Cops have power to take lives but their unions control the disciplinary process.  Someone probably should have seen this problem coming.  That has to change.

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https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/505592-massachusetts-detective-fired-after-post-supporting-black-lives-matter?amp&__twitter_impression=true

 

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A Massachusetts detective has been fired over a social media post last month expressing support of her niece attending a Black Lives Matter rally.

 

According to a report from MassLive.com, Florissa Fuentes, who had recently joined the Springfield Police Department's Special Victims Unit, was fired on June 19 after a May post she made while not on duty.

 

"After I posted it, I started getting calls and texts from co-workers," Florissa Fuentes told MassLive.com.

 

Fuentes says she removed the Instagram post on June 1 and that she received a call from the head of the Detective Bureau, who said the police commissioner was upset with her.


It turns out, that it’s not that hard to fire a cop.  They just have to do something really bad, like post support for their niece supporting BLM.  It’s probably still hard to get them fired for minor screw ups like beating innocent people, false reports, false testimony (perjury when the rest of us do it), or killing people.  
 

 

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Testilying is well known, google it.  It's not new.  This is one of the many points of evidence that argue the problem is systemic.  DA's have a duty to charge those police officers they catch lying and strongly discourage any of them from ever doing so.  Do they?  Obviously not.  At every level they avoid accountability for crimes against us.  Not some mysterious "them" that doesn't include you, but us.  All of us. 

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If these pandering politicians want to do more than kneel for 90 seconds with kente cloth on while doing a photoshoot, or rename streets like any of that nonsense matters. They'll push for laws that take the teeth out of these police unions, push to overturn laws that allow police to avoid individual accountability for their actions, and look to institute a new government agency to specifically polices the police. Yes, they've earned that much attention and clearly they cannot be police themselves. Do all of this and make police brutality a federal crime and we won't see psychopaths like Chauvin with 18 complaints murdering unarmed black men on camera. 

 

With consistency and being diligent, they could get rid of this gang-like police culture over time. But that would require the people could actually effect change doing more than just pandering and waiting for the anger to die down so they can go back to being puppets to big business. 

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This town of 170,000 replaced some cops with medics and mental health workers. It's worked for over 30 years

 

Around 30 years ago, a town in Oregon retrofitted an old van, staffed it with young medics and mental health counselors and sent them out to respond to the kinds of 911 calls that wouldn't necessarily require police intervention.

 

In the town of 172,000, they were the first responders for mental health crises, homelessness, substance abuse, threats of suicide -- the problems for which there are no easy fixes. The problems that, in the hands of police, have often turned violent.


Today, the program, called CAHOOTS, has three vans, more than double the number of staffers and the attention of a country in crisis.


CAHOOTS is already doing what police reform advocates say is necessary to fundamentally change the US criminal justice system -- pass off some responsibilities to unarmed civilians.


Cities much larger and more diverse than Eugene have asked CAHOOTS staff to help them build their own version of the program. CAHOOTS wouldn't work everywhere, at least not in the form it exists in in Eugene.


But it's a template for what it's like to live in a city with limited police.

 

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