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In Topic: Video of St. Louis Shooting of Kajieme Powell Disproves Cops' Version of...

24 August 2014 - 06:25 PM

Yep, but don't think they are taught to use them on folks that have "weapons".  Some drunk talking or being disruptive will probably get tased.  Not sure what they are taught, maybe some Huddler is a former cop?

You should never come with a lesser force option than what is presented. Too many times tasers/ spray are ineffective, and by the time the cop realizes they are ineffective the bad guy, with his deadly force option, is on top of you.


Then if not tasers how about shooting non-critical areas to disable the suspect.

The guy did come at the police in an agressive manner.. I am sure One shot to the thigh would have him under control. One shot would have been about 9 less bullets in him.

Not a sarcastic question, but how much shooting experience do you have? Even not under duress hitting a moving target is hard, much less after fight or flight hits and you lose fine motor skills. If you choose to shoot you shoot center mass.

In Topic: Well Halo 5 will be here....in 2015!

21 August 2014 - 03:46 PM

Bring back the mauler in multiplayer


I remember when an update came out that took some of the maulers off the maps, buzz kill. A mauler/melee combo was almost shotgun-esque in its day

In Topic: Huddle Workout Warriors

15 August 2014 - 12:49 AM

Actually,on a serious note, I'm starting to get stretch marks around my biceps area. I can't find any good info online though on what to do other than a collagen and Vitamin A/E cream. Anyone else deal with this when starting back lifting? I've only been doing more weight for about 2 months as opposed to lots of reps at lower weight I was doing before to tone up. Should I stop moving up in weight till skin catches up?


Your skin elasticity is genetics/diet. Throw that extra plate on there

In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

11 August 2014 - 03:39 PM



why can't dash cams be fitted to do more of a 360 view rather than just in front of the vehicle.  here is another shooting that causes doubt and rage.  it will be another he said/she said, so to speak with no real evidence supporting either side.  just more suspicions and mistrust


Most likely even that wouldn't have solved this. If the story is true it started as a routine contact, one in which the officer would not normally have flipped the cam on manually or his lights on. Btw I think I saw where Trayvon Martins family lawyer has been retained, dis gun be good...

In Topic: NYPD kill a man after placing him in a chokehold

21 July 2014 - 10:00 PM

You are allowed to resist an unlawful arrest at any time, so I don't know what you're talking about. You can only use the force part if met with force.

So 400 lb. man resists arrest, because there is no legal, suspicious or probable reason for him to be arrested. Legal.

The cops then use excessive force because he is too big for them to subdue otherwise. Illegal.

The man is then within his rights to match that force. Legal.

So we have large black man 2 - cops 0 on our legal scoreboard.

Problem is we live in a police state where it's generally accepted to just bow down and take it for fear of being shot or beaten. It shouldn't be this way and change NEEDS to happen.

Once again, you are a cop. You are here to protect me, and serve me. Not murder (which is what this was) with impunity.

I usually agree with your posts man, as I lurk here often but your backwards on this one. The USSC and the trial courts specifically made mention in this oft quoted case that you can only resist if its effected with excessive force. Internet heros have twisted the ruling to fit their argument. Your sentence " because he is too big for them to subdue otherwise" basically nullifies your "excessive" argument because your basically saying the force leading up to that was insufficient to achieve their goal, therefore an escalation in force was necessary and not excessive.


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