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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Here's the deal... You're essentially condoning her action... I haven't said a peep about what the officer did... It's obvious what he did was wrong... You and Sharrow seem oblivious that she assaulted a police officer first...
    Bingo.

    When you have cuffs put on you...it's game over. Stop acting like a piece of crap and sit there and just accept the fact that your stupid a** got yourself arrested. I've tested cops patience before and got "knocked around" for it.......it was my own damn fault.

    Now...I'm not condoning what he did. He should have shown the restraint that he was trained to show. But who's the "POS"? Him or the fat slut who got too drunk at some trash casino? Yeah...it was the guy who HAD a decent job dealing with a**holes and not the ignorant dumba** who was gambling away her kids foodstamps?

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    Why does it have to be ne or the other? Aren't they both wrong?

    I never understood why people have to take sides on everything.

    She was wrong to kick the cop and the cop was wrong in how he dealt with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Aren't they both wrong?
    Indeed.

    And I think pretty much everyone has said that.



    These are the people this cop deals wih evyrday:

    http://www.newser.com/story/149937/m...e-charges.html

    A mother who abandoned her mentally disabled daughter at a bar in a different state will not be charged with a crime. Because the daughter is 19, she is legally an adult, and her mother does not have legal guardianship over her, reports MSNBC. The mother, Eva Cameron, drove from her home near Chicago to Tennessee, dropped off daughter Lynn in a bar alone, and then drove back home. The teen has the mental capacity of a toddler.

    After the incident, Tennessee's department of child services took custody of the girl, and it took days for them to identify her. A bus driver for developmentally disabled kids recognized a photo distributed by police, and cops then contacted her mom. "The mother comes here yesterday and says, 'I don't want her. Do what you want to with her,'" says the police chief in Caryville, Tenn. Lynn is now in the custody of Tennessee's adult protective services.
    Last edited by PlumberKhan; 07-11-2012 at 09:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Bingo.

    When you have cuffs put on you...it's game over. Stop acting like a piece of crap and sit there and just accept the fact that your stupid a** got yourself arrested. I've tested cops patience before and got "knocked around" for it.......it was my own damn fault.

    Now...I'm not condoning what he did. He should have shown the restraint that he was trained to show. But who's the "POS"? Him or the fat slut who got too drunk at some trash casino? Yeah...it was the guy who HAD a decent job dealing with a**holes and not the ignorant dumba** who was gambling away her kids foodstamps?
    Bottom line... you do not kick a handcuffed person in the face.

    That Gestapo needs his ass kicked.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanPatsFan View Post
    Bottom line... you do not kick a handcuffed person in the face.

    That Gestapo needs his ass kicked.....
    well..unless its a liberal...amirite

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    well..unless its a liberal...amirite
    As much as I despise liberals, it would be tempting, but no you're wrong. You don't kick anyone in the face, be it a man or woman.....

    That cop is a coward and as I previously posted, needs his ass kicked.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanPatsFan View Post
    As much as I despise liberals, it would be tempting, but no you're wrong. You don't kick anyone in the face, be it a man or woman.....

    That cop is a coward and as I previously posted, needs his ass kicked.....
    Handcuffed liberals should not be kicked in the face. That might be as close to a compliment as liberals will ever get from Dean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Handcuffed liberals should not be kicked in the face. That might be as close to a compliment as liberals will ever get from Dean.
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Here's the deal... You're essentially condoning her action... I haven't said a peep about what the officer did... It's obvious what he did was wrong... You and Sharrow seem oblivious that she assaulted a police officer first...
    Oh please, you drew the conclusions that you wanted to draw out of my posts. I clearly said that he should be sitting on the curb in cuffs right next to her. This obviously implies that I think she deserved to be there herself.

    And pretending that that weak little kick put the officer in any kind of danger is laughable. Personally, I don't think it deserved an added charge of assault because it was so tame, but I certainly wouldn't cut her any slack if I were them. I wouldn't kick her in the head either though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharrow View Post
    Oh please, you drew the conclusions that you wanted to draw out of my posts. I clearly said that he should be sitting on the curb in cuffs right next to her. This obviously implies that I think she deserved to be there herself.

    And pretending that that weak little kick put the officer in any kind of danger is laughable. Personally, I don't think it deserved an added charge of assault because it was so tame, but I certainly wouldn't cut her any slack if I were them. I wouldn't kick her in the head either though.
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    So what are you thinking, stun gun, choke hold, baton, maybe a little mace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnails View Post
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    So what are you thinking, stun gun, choke hold, baton, maybe a little mace?
    I said it earlier. Take a step back so she can't kick you again. Seems like common sense to me compared to booting her in the back of the head. As far as not cutting her slack, I'm talking about her eventual punishment for breaking the law (which shouldn't include being kicked in the head).
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    Regarding focusing on the cop's action and not her's, the thread isn't about her. Make a thread about her probable lawsuit and if I see it, I'll go post that I don't think she deserves a dime unless the kick caused her serious injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharrow View Post
    I said it earlier. Take a step back so she can't kick you again. Seems like common sense to me compared to booting her in the back of the head. As far as not cutting her slack, I'm talking about her eventual punishment for breaking the law (which shouldn't include being kicked in the head).
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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Why does it have to be ne or the other? Aren't they both wrong?

    I never understood why people have to take sides on everything.

    She was wrong to kick the cop and the cop was wrong in how he dealt with it.
    Agreed.

    But kicking her in the face and then saying he did it because he "felt threatened" is just total bullsh*t. She deserved to be arrested and she deserved some kind of reaction after kicking him in the leg, but she did not deserve to be kicked in the face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Here's the deal... You're essentially condoning her action... I haven't said a peep about what the officer did... It's obvious what he did was wrong... You and Sharrow seem oblivious that she assaulted a police officer first...
    No. No i'm not. Kicking at the officers leg was stupid. It was wrong. What I'm trying to get across is there is a different between stupid and reprehensible. There are degrees of wrong, and what he did was so many degrees of magnitude worse than what she did, that it makes since to focus on the abject evil action at the expense of condemning the petty and stupid.

    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Bingo.

    When you have cuffs put on you...it's game over. Stop acting like a piece of crap and sit there and just accept the fact that your stupid a** got yourself arrested. I've tested cops patience before and got "knocked around" for it.......it was my own damn fault.

    Now...I'm not condoning what he did. He should have shown the restraint that he was trained to show. But who's the "POS"? Him or the fat slut who got too drunk at some trash casino? Yeah...it was the guy who HAD a decent job dealing with a**holes and not the ignorant dumba** who was gambling away her kids foodstamps?

    This is exactly the reason I've focused on the cops action. PlumberKhan and others seems to think that a women getting arrested and kicking a cop in the leg is as bad or worse than an officer, someone we trust to protect us and diffuse violent situations - hauling off and booting a helpless woman across the face. Apparently if she is poor, fat, drunk and/or gambling it's reasonable for her frustrated, poorly executed, barely effective kick to the leg to be answered by a full blown, pull your leg back and let it fly, kick across her face.

    If it helps you sleep better at night Khan, yeah. I believe you should be respectful, and compliant when dealing with a law enforcement officer. I believe you should treat them with respect regardless of whether or not you feel you've done anything wrong, as they have a job to do, which is at times very difficult, and mistakes will be made.

    What i should never have to expect, is that law enforcement officers who have failed to show constraint, even at the most basic threshold of human decency, will have even the faintest possibility of keeping continuing to disgrace the shield he wears, and endanger the people he is paid to protect. Cops are people. There are bad, evil, morally destitute cops just there are like there are bad, evil doctors, accountants, and lawyers. That doesn't mean all cops are bad, but when you start fostering a mentality in which Police Officers, or firemen, or soldiers, are given a pass when they perform cruel and horrible acts against the citizens they are supposed to protect and serve, you encourage and justify the sense of mistrust many already feel towards them.

    This "man", who kicked a defenseless woman across the face, and disgraced his profession has put police officers in danger more than any legislation about guns proliferation or rights possibly could. The only way to minimize that kind of damage is to prosecute this piece of ****, and others like him to the fullest extent of the law, and make damn sure the public understands this sort of thing is unacceptable.

    So yea... i'm focused on the cop. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakin318 View Post

    Hey Jetdawgg, ya got any videos of Marine's raping/murdering civilians? Because clearly, according to your math, that would make all Marines guilty of that kind of behavior.
    +1

    I've heard plenty of tales of Marines committing heinous acts against civilians and prisoners, but never once did it color my respect for Marines in general.

    As far as this tape, it was not pleasant to watch. My first thought was the other cops are now witnesses and you see the one poor guy having to testify in the tape...my heart went out to him.

    I understand him reacting when struck...its human nature...and she could have swept his leg from underneath him had he not been firmly planted...but to kick the head, while she was handcuffed..ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Why does it have to be ne or the other? Aren't they both wrong?

    I never understood why people have to take sides on everything.

    She was wrong to kick the cop and the cop was wrong in how he dealt with it.
    Agreed.

    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    A mother who abandoned her mentally disabled daughter at a bar in a different state will not be charged with a crime. Because the daughter is 19, she is legally an adult, and her mother does not have legal guardianship over her, reports MSNBC. The mother, Eva Cameron, drove from her home near Chicago to Tennessee, dropped off daughter Lynn in a bar alone, and then drove back home. The teen has the mental capacity of a toddler.

    After the incident, Tennessee's department of child services took custody of the girl, and it took days for them to identify her. A bus driver for developmentally disabled kids recognized a photo distributed by police, and cops then contacted her mom. "The mother comes here yesterday and says, 'I don't want her. Do what you want to with her,'" says the police chief in Caryville, Tenn. Lynn is now in the custody of Tennessee's adult protective services.
    Best argument for abortion I've heard yet.

    For the mother, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Agreed.



    Best argument for abortion I've heard yet.

    For the mother, of course.
    Retro-active abortions, make it so!

    Its not an execution...its...its a....retro-active abortion. Thats the ticket!



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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post

    I'm not condoning what he did......in any way. These guys deal with an endless stream of a**holes all day, everyday.
    Well then they should be fired for spending their whole day in The Hampur instead of doing their jobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by piney View Post
    Handcuffed liberals should not be kicked in the face. That might be as close to a compliment as liberals will ever get from Dean.
    You're assuming that you can get a liberal's hands out of everyone else's pockets long enough to get the cuffs on.

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