Deputy Cuffs Female For Resisting His Advances

Submitted by: SweepOfDeath 3 years ago in Weird
wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina |
An off duty & drunk cop decided it was an arrestable offense for a young female soldier to not want to go home with him
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Male 14,332
[quote]Did you read that site? I wud have thought you would find some of those points sympathetic. [/quote]

Didn`t read through all of it there`s a ton of stories on there. The point was police work attracts these types and there isn`t a good way around it. It`s a good thing to watch them but when people from other countries act like it doesn`t happen from where they`re from they`re kidding themselves. It`s just fodder to feed their superiority complex, Kind of like some of the bad cops huh?
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Male 14,332
Thinks Laughter abounds in the mouth of fools....

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Male 14,332


Oh hipster kitteh you sure know the type!
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Male 7,123
No, I meant your link to the UK Police State` site. I think we pretty much agree about the former officer in question.
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Male 5,080
Well pathetic...nothing more to add so. Keep laughing ,Risus abundat in ore stultorum.
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Male 14,332
[quote]Maybe you don`t have "officially" defended this particular cop in this paerticular post but there are tons of other posts in wich you allways defend the "bad" cops [/quote]

and which would that be again? I call them on a case by case basis not because they`re police and "murkin" as you would say. Kind of like how the laws supposed to work huh what a concept!

[quote]Sayng that i invite you to stop calling me greaseball or pot meet kettle and so on,really don`t help your attempt on rebut what i say, it just show your weakeness. Is just a suggestion. [/quote]

As he constantly uses "murkin" and "Murica" along with anyother chance to criticize.... sorry greaseball that`s the pot calling the kettle black lifes a bitch try not to be one.

MUWAHAHAHAHA!!
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Male 14,332
@LordJim

Mmmm not seeing sympathy really here. He was arrested suspended from his job and I would say facing charges. Pretty much how that`s supposed to work.

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Male 5,080
McGovern1981 you know the difference between you and me? Is really simple,i don`t tend to defend the bad police only cause is italian( actually for me a bad cop is a criminal,no matter in what country he is). Maybe you don`t have "officially" defended this particular cop in this paerticular post but there are tons of other posts in wich you allways defend the "bad" cops and start a rant against "eurotwats" only because they think that what is actually happening in your "perfect" Murika is a little bit out of order for their common knowledge on the cop behaviours. Sayng that i invite you to stop calling me greaseball or pot meet kettle and so on,really don`t help your attempt on rebut what i say, it just show your weakeness. Is just a suggestion.

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Male 7,123
McGovern1981

Did you read that site? I wud have thought you would find some of those points sympathetic.
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Male 7,123
The `Police State` site probably not the best source to reference when there were others available.

He seems to have behaved like a drunken, predatory thug and to have been arrested and charged as such. result. He is now high profile and I wonder how much tat will affect his case.

But I hope it goes ill with him.
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Male 14,332
G8 summit in 2001...

Gee those police look like they treat him in a kind loving manner! Didn`t they call it the battle of Genoa?
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Male 14,332
Seems actually your police have quite a reputation over there of beat the crap out of folks and I bet they don`t have video at all the station do they? Mabey before you go bitch about other places you should take a good look at your own.
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Male 14,332
[quote]I suggest you to move along guys and leave him in his bigotted believes. [/quote]

Well hello pot meet kettle tells how you feel of the people of the USA again??

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Male 14,332
[quote]everytime is in front of facts,start some rants against "eurotwats",[/quote]

Fact: You`re a pretentious greaseball of a eurotwat.

[quote] or talk in defence of the poor little cops abused from this horrible "civil world" or cry against Lese-Majesty when someone (after bilions of videos that shows americans cops being just scumbags) try to say that in USA something is wrong with the police situation.[/quote]

Where di I defend this cop again? Did you miss the part where the cops arrested the off duty guy or was your head so far up your ass it couldn`t be seen?
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Male 14,332
@piperfawn

"Mr. Greaseball, what you`ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
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Male 5,080
Oh yes McGovern1981 everytime is in front of facts,start some rants against "eurotwats", or talk in defence of the poor little cops abused from this horrible "civil world" or cry against Lese-Majesty when someone (after bilions of videos that shows americans cops being just scumbags) try to say that in USA something is wrong with the police situation. I suggest you to move along guys and leave him in his bigotted believes.
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Male 14,332
[quote">I felt that at some point the whole bar should`ve taken the officer down. Did he provide any IDs to show he`s a cop? Anyone can own a pair of handcuffs, shout "i`m police" and then do what ever they want. [/quote">

I would think that would be why the on duty police showed up.....

[quote">
Here the thing is somewhat different. Off duty cops are off duty.[/quote">

Ya sure it is that`s why there`s a site that`s exactly the same for the UK "Police State UK" Odd we don`t see that much here huh?
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Male 1,421
McG, take a chill pill...

This was my thoughts too: "But what should be done when officers attack? Capturing cell phone video is good for evidence, but at what point is it necessary and justified to physically intervene with an “assault and battery” in progress, assuming the assailant is an armed and dangerous government agent?"

I felt that at some point the whole bar should`ve taken the officer down. Did he provide any IDs to show he`s a cop? Anyone can own a pair of handcuffs, shout "i`m police" and then do what ever they want.

Here the thing is somewhat different. Off duty cops are off duty. The public does not worship that status at all. We do respect them while they are working. On free time, drunk: just like anyone else and have witnessed drunk police being escorted out by a bouncer (while he was shouting that i`m cop mumbojumbo..). People just laughed, they have zero power intoxicated..
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Male 14,332
[quote]Shortly thereafter, Columbia police arrived. They spoke to witnesses and saw the cell-phone video. They ordered that Derrick release Ball, then took him into custody and charged him with assault and battery.

Sheriff Leon Lott initially backed Derrick — disagreeing with Columbia Police — saying that he had authority to make an arrest, suggesting that Ball was resisting.

After a week of pressure and reasoning, Sheriff Lott placed Derrick on leave without pay, according to WISTV.[/quote]

So now who`s backing this guy again the Sherriff who suspended him or the cops who took him in for this??? Guys screwed.
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Male 2,419
dude.. I asked you what your argument was as i couldn`t work it out from your post.

I`d also like to point out that at i haven`t had a go at america in this post, feeling a tad defense are we?

i will point out to you however that the article say`s it`s due to the state police, his sherrif is backing him up..

I`d like to make one thing perfectly clear, i don`t hate america, i dislike people who do bad sh,i.T unfortunatly the way your (and i feel safe to assume just about any country`s) media (and political system) is set up, thats just about all we get to see from you lot. Oh and be thankfull vids like this get posted. It`s the public eye on those who are there to serve and protect.
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Male 14,332
[quote]i think we have seen a fair share of "dubious" actions from police officers go unpunished here on i/a/b? [/quote]


Where? Yes there are shi tty cops if you think it`s just in the USA that`s cause you have the eurotwat complex. In a country of over 300 million people who constantly video tape a job that attracts power hungry types you will find some human sh itballs. It gets put here because it gets eurotwats and anti establishment types something to hate this country for and get their rocks off on.
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Male 14,332
[quote]wiat, whats your argument? i think we have seen a fair share of "dubious" actions from police officers go unpunished here on i/a/b?

also established country? America has been established for roughly 200 years now?[/quote]

Another babbling eurotwat READ THE F UCKING WORDS I WROTE! He`s going to court and with the evidence we`ve seen will probably be convicted like every established country would do but don`t let that stop your mindless yammering.
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Male 2,419
"Are you rambling on about the USA again or are we still talking about the cop cause there`s that whole he`s going to court thing like they do in every established country"

wiat, whats your argument? i think we have seen a fair share of "dubious" actions from police officers go unpunished here on i/a/b?

also established country? America has been established for roughly 200 years now?
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Male 60
I`m just watching where his hands are going whilst he`s got her cuffed. Does he really need to hold her down in the chair with his hands repeatedly moving on and off her shoulders/upper torso area. If I didn`t know better, I`d think he was attempting to touch her up. Watch the video and see for yourself.
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Male 319
Looks like Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Unlawful Restraint, Sexual Assault at a minimum. This guy is going to be doing a lot of prison time. He will probably be a predator in prison too.
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Male 14,332
[quote]No, McG, by not thinking it is your right to take anything you want by force.[/quote]

Are you rambling on about the USA again or are we still talking about the cop cause there`s that whole he`s going to court thing like they do in every established country......
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Male 7,775
By what pressing charges like they are. Wow ya the horror!

No, McG, by not thinking it is your right to take anything you want by force.
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Male 7,123
SethDog,

You are so tough. Can I be your friend?

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Male 768
She doesn`t seem very composed for a soldier.. She would freak the fudge out on the battlefield.
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Male 14,332
[quote]Seriously, America, you need to get a f****** grip.[/quote]

By what pressing charges like they are. Wow ya the horror!
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Male 833
@piratefish
the sad thing is its not more common now
its just more common to see it because of camera phones and the internet
its always been awful
it takes a certain mindset to be and want to be a cop
theyre basically licensed bullies
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Male 7,123
Since he has been charged I think we can safely assume that the young woman did not assault him. Claims that she was `resisting` are ludicrous. Resisting what? Abduction by a drunken stranger?

He should do time and I hope the woman sues him into penury.
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Male 1,745
Patchouly I agree, it`s hard to believe it was over his advances. He would have to be a complete dolt, but that is also possible. Plus he was drunk, some people become really stupid drunk.
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Male 1,243
He should face charges, do his sentence and have his firearms licence revoked. Veteran or not the line is clear and it should not be crossed.
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Male 4,746
I hate when we only have half the story. From what you see here, this guy is an ass that needs to be hung up by his balls. However, there could be more to the story. What do they mean "resisting his advances"? Did he ask he if she wanted a drink and she slugged him or was he being really aggressive and she was trying to get him to leave her alone? Without the other side of the story, it`s hard to know just how bad what he did, was. (It was wrong, either way, but it may not be nearly as evil and perverted as the media is making it out to be).
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Male 7,775
Seriously, America, you need to get a f****** grip.
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Male 675

Incidents like this seem to be more and more common. No wonder they don`t like the public filming their actions. If they are doing nothing inappropriate, it would seem that they would want a witness as reliable as a video recording. (In my opinion, it`s not enough that the deputy was fired, charges should have been brought against him. These people have been hired to PROTECT and SERVE the public, not THREATEN and HARASS us.)
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Male 295
"Unlimited power is apt to corrupt the minds of those who possess it"
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Male 5,617
S&M. You`re doing it wrong.
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Male 1,950
Been to Fort Jackson. If you ever know you`re about to die, go there. It`ll feel like you`ve lived forever. I recommend Dano`s Pizza in the Publix plaza, too.
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Male 6,631
You want to cut down on the cop crimes. Double or triple the penalty for crimes cops commit. A betrayal of the society trust put in them is more damaging than anything else. They should be punished accordingly.
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Male 38,457

pmarren, [quote]"This douche not only victimized the girl, but also all the decent, respectable cops"[/quote]
Both of them!
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Male 5,874
That is absolutely appalling. Did you see that man smoking a cigarette at the bar?
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Male 1,745
Was this really for not accepting his advances? What a moron! He said "call 911", he thought that would work or what? Sheesh.
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Male 5,080
To protect and to serve...right?
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Male 4,594
This douche not only victimized the girl, but also all the decent, respectable cops out there who take their job seriously.
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Male 938
Link: Deputy Cuffs Female For Resisting His Advances [Rate Link] - An off duty & drunk cop decided it was an arrestable offense for a young female soldier to not want to go home with him
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