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    Caught in the act - why citizens MUST retain the right to film police


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    "I Don't GIve A SH**T About Your Rights!"


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    At least quote the police officer correctly.

    The NYPD officer was an idiot and was fired, as he should of been, but for you to act like this is some epidemic is irresponsible.

    I guess you will forget about the Ex-Marine in Tuscon, you know the guy who was too dumb to realize his weapon safety was still on as he tried to shoot at the police.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    I guess you will forget about the Ex-Marine in Tuscon, you know the guy who was too dumb to realize his weapon safety was still on as he tried to shoot at the police.
    You know Jetdawg believes that guy died a hero trying to protect his family, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revi$_I$l@nd View Post
    You know Jetdawg believes that guy died a hero trying to protect his family, right?
    Too bad for him there is video and it showed the Tuscon police activating their sirens in front of the home then knocking and announcing. The Tuscon police were cleared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Too bad for him there is video and it showed the Tuscon police activating their sirens in front of the home then knocking and announcing. The Tuscon police were cleared.
    Propaganda bro... Clearly a police cover-up. He was a marine, not a criminal.

    That video was edited.

    Marines are clearly far more capable of dealing with enforcement of law and virtues than any boy in blue...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revi$_I$l@nd View Post
    Propaganda bro... Clearly a police cover-up. He was a marine, not a criminal.

    That video was edited.

    Marines are clearly far more capable of dealing with enforcement of law and virtues than any boy in blue...
    I am both and can't disagree more with the absolute garbage Jetdawg continually posts in here on this subject. I am not sure if he is paranoid or naive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    I am both and can't disagree more with the absolute garbage Jetdawg continually posts in here on this subject. I am not sure if he is paranoid or naive.
    Let's just continue to make believe that all the content is fake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    Let's just continue to make believe that all the content is fake
    When did I say anything was fake? When you need to misquote someone to make a point it is pretty sad.

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    The cop should have issued a summons there. The kid seemed like a punk though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    When did I say anything was fake? When you need to misquote someone to make a point it is pretty sad.

    You called the content 'garbage' when in fact it is real. Like I said, the people are going to continue to film the Police. When one decides to become a public official, they are then open and accountable to the public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    You called the content 'garbage' when in fact it is real. Like I said, the people are going to continue to film the Police. When one decides to become a public official, they are then open and accountable to the public.
    Wow, now you want to misquote me? If you want to be take seriously, at least try to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    You called the content 'garbage' when in fact it is real. Like I said, the people are going to continue to film the Police. When one decides to become a public official, they are then open and accountable to the public.
    How do you feel about Assange and Wikileaks? Should the military be allowed to be filmed running exercises and then have the content uploaded to the internet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    I am both and can't disagree more with the absolute garbage Jetdawg continually posts in here on this subject. I am not sure if he is paranoid or naive.

    I am not fake here. Is this you or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    How do you feel about Assange and Wikileaks? Should the military be allowed to be filmed running exercises and then have the content uploaded to the internet?
    Often there are cameras and cameramen embedded with the squads when they are on patrol.

    The mission of US War Fighting Troops and the Police are different and have different risks involved. If civilians were allowed onto the battlefield things may then be comparable

    Most times civilians can witness Police activity on the streets. I don't think that many civilians would want to witness US War Fighters in the same manner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    I am not fake here. Is this you or not?
    Sorry I said garbage and not fake content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetdawgg View Post
    You called the content 'garbage' when in fact it is real. Like I said, the people are going to continue to film the Police. When one decides to become a public official, they are then open and accountable to the public.
    This is true jetdawgg....they are open and accountable. However, this is not the norm; police don't just walk around acting like this. And given their jobs, which PROTECTS people, they also should be given some leniency, given the crap they put up with. Someone might get an extra elbow, or a knee, in a scrum. So what? 95 percent of the time, the person deserves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaSteve View Post
    This is true jetdawgg....they are open and accountable. However, this is not the norm; police don't just walk around acting like this. And given their jobs, which PROTECTS people, they also should be given some leniency, given the crap they put up with. Someone might get an extra elbow, or a knee, in a scrum. So what? 95 percent of the time, the person deserves it.

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