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

Yesterday, 05:47 AM

Bullet proof vest are stab proof as well.



Laziness and or corruption by not applying the spirit of the constitutional law because they have applied their on beliefs, biases and prejudices to the situation and have made the determination at this person deserves to die.


No bullet proof vests are not stab proof as well.

And so if a man starts shooting at a police officer the police officer should just surrender and die without having a chance to defend himself?

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

26 August 2014 - 02:14 PM

Actually, it is technically a misnomer. There is no branch of government that has a constitutional duty to ENFORCE law. The courts, by nature of their expressed duty of INTERPRETING law, subsequently applies the law as a result. Police officers, being officers of the legal process, are in turn designed to bring those suspected of crimes to trial where the courts can determine their guilt or innocence. This is key. Innocent until proven guilty is a corner stone of the American justice system. It is why "allegedly" is so common a term. Killing a suspect is in no way a function of the police force. It is in fact a complete failure of their primary duty which is to bring the suspect to the judicial process. It is only through complete laziness and corruption by those in positions of authority applying their on biases, prejudices, and beliefs without respect to the spirit of the law that any other outcome is possible.

Every shooting death committed by a cop should be evaluated as if a citizen has committed the act. THEN it must be considered that through their training, duty, and access to less than lethal means they are capable of diffusing a situation in a manner that a normal citizen cannot. It is a burden but not an unreasonable one given their position.













Plus the two pussies were wearing bullet and stab proof vests. Soooo yeah.

 

Also, are you saying that ANYTIME there is a police shooting, it is always due to police laziness and corruption?
 


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

26 August 2014 - 02:06 PM

Actually, it is technically a misnomer. There is no branch of government that has a constitutional duty to ENFORCE law. The courts, by nature of their expressed duty of INTERPRETING law, subsequently applies the law as a result. Police officers, being officers of the legal process, are in turn designed to bring those suspected of crimes to trial where the courts can determine their guilt or innocence. This is key. Innocent until proven guilty is a corner stone of the American justice system. It is why "allegedly" is so common a term. Killing a suspect is in no way a function of the police force. It is in fact a complete failure of their primary duty which is to bring the suspect to the judicial process. It is only through complete laziness and corruption by those in positions of authority applying their on biases, prejudices, and beliefs without respect to the spirit of the law that any other outcome is possible.

Every shooting death committed by a cop should be evaluated as if a citizen has committed the act. THEN it must be considered that through their training, duty, and access to less than lethal means they are capable of diffusing a situation in a manner that a normal citizen cannot. It is a burden but not an unreasonable one given their position.













Plus the two pussies were wearing bullet and stab proof vests. Soooo yeah.

 

Where is the stab proof vests? Most police officers only have vests meant to protect from bullets, but are not stab proof.


In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

21 August 2014 - 02:55 PM

Edit, we were of age so probably 21


Gotcha. I was going to say if yall were juveniles that probably would have been part of the reason also

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In Topic: Shooting in Missouri sparks protests, looting

21 August 2014 - 02:53 PM

Kind of hard to make up. We were trying to steal roadsigns (with my buddies last name) in a crack neighborhood with a 24 of bud light in the backseat. We got trapped by literally 5 cop cars. They called our names in, asked us what we did , where we went to school etc. We didn't talk our way out of anything just acted polite and scared shitless. Yes sir, so sorry. My dad is going to kill me.

Once we cleared the officer asked me if I could make it home safely and we drove straight there.

It may have been a 1/1000 miracle but I'm sure our actions helped.


How old were yall?

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