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BUTCHER 206

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You're out of your fucking mind Butcher.... I dunno if you're just trollin & trying to defend the police due to you being a rent a cop, but this video does not show at all that man going for anyones gun.

there was 9 pigs on him at once, they should be trained to handle these situations without death.

fuck this police state bullshit, that was cold blooded murder & pigs do it all too often.

FTP!!



You clearly missed the part of the video where he grabbed the cops gun, held on to it for at least 4 seconds while trying to rip it out of the holster while the cop yelled "GET OFF MY GUN, GET OFF MY GUN, DROP THE GUN, DROP THE GUN"

But that was part of my point. Not calling you an ignorant, just showing that even with clear video evidence these prejudices that people have against the police will lead them to believe the cops werent justified. No matter what, its "They were wrong, fuck them".
 

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Good thing theres video though. People with common sense will conclude that the guy was obviously in the wrong. There wont be high school graduation photos and "he didnt do nothin" and burning and looting this time.
 

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But that was part of my point. Not calling you an ignorant, just showing that even with clear video evidence these prejudices that people have against the police will lead them to believe the cops werent justified. No matter what, its "They were wrong, fuck them".
Even with clear video evidence that contradicts officer statements and reports, department policy and state laws, people still will believe cops were justified in doing "x."

What is your point? That bias exists? It does, on both sides. Again, what is your point?
 
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You just made my point.

The other part of my point is I'm glad that theres all this filming of the police and will be more bodycams as well. Because the police are in the right the majority of the time, and as we view hundreds more clean shoots in the coming years, hopefully the anti-police bias will diminish.
 
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And the training and efficiency of the cops is downright comical. More POST training is in order. It's more than five of them yet two lost their clubs, one got his gun took or almost got his gun took and another was reaching for something on his belt and couldn't find it, lol.

This is police work at its finest.
 

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And the training and efficiency of the cops is downright comical. More POST training is in order. It's more than five of them yet two lost their clubs, one got his gun took or almost got his gun took and another was reaching for something on his belt and couldn't find it, lol.

This is police work at its finest.
Yeah, they were all in the wrong, they fucked up. Not the drugged out vagrant who was trying to fight and murder public servants.

Have a nice day
 

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Yeah, they were all in the wrong, they fucked up. Not the drugged out vagrant who was trying to fight and murder public servants.

Have a nice day
How is commenting on their training and efficiency absolving the guy for his actions? Were they justified? It appears so. Were they efficient in what they were doing? Hell no, lol. Again, TWO guys drop their clubs, one guy almost got his weapon took or did get it taken and one guy was reaching for something on his belt and couldn't even find it, lol. And mind you the shooters should have been separated from everyone else as soon as the other officers get there but they put the black guy right in the thick of it and he's trying to hold back the crowd, lol. Way to fuck up trace evidence and compromise the scene, lol.

Comedy.
 
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Your standards are ridiculous and cannot be applied to human beings. These are superhuman standards that dont exist in reality. A human being is not immune from the powerful effects of fear and adrenaline, they do not possess the ability to reflect for hours on the results of their actions while assessing what the court of public opinion feels so they can then travel back in time to correct any mistakes, they dont have the ability to freeze time and handcuff someone who is actively resisting and is likely under the influence of powerful disassociate drugs which give them unbound strength and feels no pain and heeds no commands. I mean come on man
 
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How is commenting on their training and efficiency absolving the guy for his actions? Were they justified? It appears so. Were they efficient in what they were doing? Hell no, lol. Again, TWO guys drop their clubs, one guy almost got his weapon took or did get it taken and one guy was reaching for something on his belt and couldn't even find it, lol. And mind you the shooters should have been separated from everyone else as soon as the other officers get there but they put the black guy right in the thick of it and he's trying to hold back the crowd, lol. Way to fuck up trace evidence and compromise the scene, lol.

Comedy.
This X a million.

Those cops are fumbling idiots, and the fact that it took 5 of them to get control of one dude is asinine

LOL @ when the bum lady picks up and wields TWO billy clubs. Not ONE, FUCKIN TWO. Bitch thought she was the 5th Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Galileo.
 
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why the fuck do people spend so much time arguing the same point that the other person is not gonna agree with...on the internet...holy fucking dog shit....go get a jalapeno double cheeseburger and calm down
 

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Your standards are ridiculous and cannot be applied to human beings. These are superhuman standards that dont exist in reality. A human being is not immune from the powerful effects of fear and adrenaline, they do not possess the ability to reflect for hours on the results of their actions while assessing what the court of public opinion feels so they can then travel back in time to correct any mistakes, they dont have the ability to freeze time and handcuff someone who is actively resisting and is likely under the influence of powerful disassociate drugs which give them unbound strength and feels no pain and heeds no commands. I mean come on man
LOL@POST training.
 
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The investigators being charged are Carl Mark Force IV, who worked with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and Shaun Bridges, a former Secret Service agent. Force is being charged with wire fraud, stealing government property, and money-laundering; Bridges is accused of of wire fraud and money-laundering.

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Force, according to the Justice Department's investigation, was an undercover agent who communicated online with Ross Ulbricht, the founder of Silk Road and a target of a separate investigation. But while on the job, Force developed a number of separate online identities in order to engage in "complex bitcoin transactions to steal from the government and the targets of the investigation," the complaint alleges.

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