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Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired


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First of all - the **** kinda cop makes 225,000 a year!? 

 

Im not surprised he made it all up. That he made so much of this **** up is amazing. I hope we really get a handle on this ****. These dudes getting away with wayyyyy too much lying. 

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1 hour ago, Llevron said:

First of all - the **** kinda cop makes 225,000 a year!? 

 

The kind that gets sporting event assignments.

 

Every cop at a game is on overtime, double overtime, or got rewarded that assignment. (Or assign themselves)

 

So the one's milking the system for every penny are the one's who usually get to work professional sports. (the most corrupt ones) 

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So he OD'd after being choked for 9 minutes?  The gall to even suggest it.  SMH.

 

Minneapolis officer's attorney alleges George Floyd overdosed on fentanyl, says charges should be dropped

 

In a new filing in the case against a now-fired Minneapolis police officer involved in the killing of George Floyd, the officer’s attorney alleged that Floyd overdosed on fentanyl while resisting arrest and in doing so contributed to his own death, arguing the charges against the officer should be dropped. 

 

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Deputy Sheriff Accused Of Trading Cash And Gifts For Nude Photos, Sex

 

The investigation into Caledonia County Deputy Sheriff Capt. Stephen Bunnell involves allegations that he traded money and gifts for nude photos from two local women and paid hundreds of dollars to a third woman for sexual services at his home and in his Sheriff’s Department cruiser at a local gun range.

 

The affidavit submitted by VSP Detective Sgt. Jacob A. Metayer details an investigation into Capt. Bunnell that began after St. Johnsbury police officers discovered social media interactions between Capt. Bunnell and an accused drug dealer they arrested in February.

 

According to the affidavit, Det. Metayer was investigating a report that the accused drug dealer was providing naked photos to Capt. Bunnell and was asking for an undisclosed favor.

 

“Bunnell advised {the accused drug dealer} was the only person he had given money to and asked for a nude picture in return,” wrote Det. Metayer.

 

But then Bunnell revealed more, said police.

 

“He later advised he had given another woman money for naked pictures, identifying her as {a woman} from Cabot,” wrote Det. Metayer. “He advised he had taken her shopping and paid for clothing for her. In return, he asked for naked pictures.

 

According to police, Bunnell also admitted to once having sex with women in a police cruiser.

 

“He was asked if he ever had sex with anyone in his police cruiser?,” reads the report. “Bunnell advised that ‘a long time ago’ while he was working for St. Johnsbury PD, he had sex with two women that he had been dating at the time. Both women had met him and had sex in his cruiser while he was on duty.”

 

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Nashville officers' policing powers suspended after they forced open the door of the wrong house

 

Three Metro Nashville police officers have had their law enforcement powers restricted after they improperly forced open the door of a family's home Tuesday around dawn, Interim Police Chief John Drake said.

 

The officers who've been decommissioned announced themselves, then began using a battering ram as they executed a warrant in search of evidence connected to a teenager wanted in a property crimes investigation, Drake said Wednesday at a news conference. They were not there for a violent criminal or drug raid, he added.


Officials later learned the teenager had not lived at that address in several months, he said. No one was injured in the incident.


"In all candor, this shouldn't have happened," Drake said. "This mother and her children should not have been subjected to this type of behavior from a police department."

 

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They should have used less force, earlier.  I don’t see why they didn’t just tackle him and arrest him.  Pulling guns on unarmed people should be a last resort.  Letting him get into his car created a bad situation.  The cops will argue that he reached for something in the car, thus justifying the shooting.  Sadly, that will be a tough argument to defeat in court.

 

It’s not confirmed, but I read his kids were in the car so they got to watch their father get shot in the back numerous times.  If true, that’s heartbreaking,  
 

 

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My take on Kenosha.

1) Dude is riding around with his kids and hears his girl is in a fight. Decides to drop by and play peacemaker.
2) Cops arrive and decide to shake him down...because he’s black.
3) He knows he has a warrant and decides to skate. Thinking that there’s no way they shoot him in broad daylight with his kids in the car.
4) Cops panic and shoot him anyway.

I could be wrong. It’s a terrible outcome, no matter the context.

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22 hours ago, TryTheBeal! said:

My take on Kenosha.

1) Dude is riding around with his kids and hears his girl is in a fight. Decides to drop by and play peacemaker.
2) Cops arrive and decide to shake him down...because he’s black.
3) He knows he has a warrant and decides to skate. Thinking that there’s no way they shoot him in broad daylight with his kids in the car.
4) Cops panic and shoot him anyway.

I could be wrong. It’s a terrible outcome, no matter the context.

This sounds about right.  But 2 things don't connect for me:

 

Him running away.  This is practically a death wish.

 

Them shooting him...that many times, for trying to flee.

 

It seems nobody has learned anything from prior events and this is just rinse, repeat.

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