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Tasered for Not Signing Speeding Ticket

Hits: 26898 | Rating: (3.2) | Category: News & Politics | Added by: bob2083
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cybercow
Male, 30-39, Canada
 104 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 7:31:59 PM
Just like cops are randomly allowed to taze and shoot people without repercussions, people should randomly attack cops. That way the cops will know what it's like to be on the receiving end.

Sure, maybe there are some cops who are better than others. But, if those so called "good cops" don't do anything to stop the bad ones, then why should anyone care if a cop gets beaten up or killed?

It's just part of the job..


snottydyck
Male, 40-49, Canada
 703 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 7:05:55 PM
this cop was probably picked on all his life by superior humans. hence the need to become a police officer. i hope he enjoys his new job at mcdonalds as that is where he belongs. i wish i was the victims lawyer as he is going to get a nice payday.

Toonoisy
Female, 18-29, Europe
 102 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 6:49:00 PM
I think those who carry tasers should try being hit with a taser each year, this way they now it's not like sticking your tongue on a battery. I also believe cops carrying pepper spray should, once a year, be sprayed too. When you know how painful it is, maybe you'll use it less?

Putzpie
Male, 13-17, Eastern US
 200 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 5:58:38 PM
"F.U.C.K. them. Who cares if they die?"-cybercow(again?)
You obviously are like those school kids who in kindergarden thought that the teachers had no lives and just lived at school in the basement, on the desk, or whereever and didn't go out anywhere. Cops are people too jackass, they have family, friends, etc. They may have more power than civilians(and abuse it sometimes), but does it really mean that they should be shot? no, because not ever cop is some jackass going on a power trip. But ok, let's see what happens when we DO shoot all of them? then what? exactly, when you're getting your ass robbed nobody is gonna go out of their way to help you.

BubbaLuvSpon
Male, 30-39, Midwest US
 158 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 3:16:53 PM
So, a collection of grad students and the wife of the DA, just sitting around getting stoned? You're right, I'm sure there wasn't a dishonest person in the bunch.

TeHrussian
Male, 18-29, Western US
 492 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 3:00:38 PM
Zerocyde YOU SAID THAT. There's a memory test, I strongly suggest you take it! You're the one who said that people should always do whatever cops tell them to. You're the one who said that the cops shouldn't have tasers and the guy should've been shot.

I can't wait till you get pulled by an non-nice individual cop who will haze you. I talked to a cop that is actually proud of that. His favorite was when he pulled over a guy, told him to jog in place with his arms straight out (for a sobriety test) and his eyes closed, until told to stop. Then he got back in his cruiser, drove into a cafe across the street and sat there drinking coffee, watching the guy for 10 minutes. Oh how I wish it would be you!


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:52:29 PM
Oh I forgot to mention that the 4 people that were in the entry all offered, in a court of law, to submit to polygraph tests which they were willing to pay for themselves. We had even already contacted a 3rd party polygraph expert (a former US army CID agent turned private eye no less) but the judge refused to here any of this talk.

Not only did they police not follow procedure, then lie, but the judge didn't follow California law and procedure either. I know that appeals were filed but I never heard the results.

The most anyone got out of the entire ordeal was a $300 fine but still, it doesn't give the cops the right to break the law themselves, and illegally enter a private residence. This isn't Riyahd, this is the United States of America.


cybercow
Male, 30-39, Canada
 104 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:48:15 PM
I say that it's time to declare open season on cops. See one, and shoot his ass.

That would be a great way to protest all of this police brutality.

Police action is getting ridiculous.

F.U.C.K. them. Who cares if they die?


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:44:54 PM
Hey BubbaLuvSponm

One thing I didnt mention these were mostly grad students, at Cal, which also included the wife of a San Francisco DISTRICT ATTOURNEY. Yes we were all lying. (who refused to support us for obvious reasons)

Its negative attitudes like yours like pave the way for so much corruption in law enforcement.

Yea, we all know cops, who have little beyond a high school diploma, don't lie. Its the hard working graduate students keeping to themselves in their locked apartment that lie. yea, that makes sense.


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:39:56 PM
Another time I was pulled over for supposedly speeding, 5 miles over in a 45mph one Sunday morning as I'm coming home from Church. (and I never speed anymore after losing my license for 30 days in CA,ever) So I asked to see the radar. He gets fuming mad, I mean fuming mad, and tells me to hold on. He went back to his car for a brief second and then called for me to approach his drivers side door which was open. We were parked on a slant and as I approached his door start swinging shut - he kicked it open violently and it hit me square in the shin and drew blood. He put a fooking gash in my shin and paid it no attention. Then he tells me "The radar has already reset itself" It had actually locked on to a vehicle that pulled into the same parking lot I did. I then asked to see the calibration record for his radar and this made him even angrier. Needless to say I got a ticket, then even fought it in court and still lost. The case his currently still under appeal but it doesnt lo

quedas
Male, 18-29, Europe
 167 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:38:02 PM
Oh, and I'm not even going to dignify Zerocyde with a reply. For the same reason I don't discuss theology with the drunk hobo down my block.

rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:34:16 PM
Oh, for the guy that asked what happened in Texas. I was in Austin for 2 year and I was dumbfounded at how bad people drive especially the cops. I reported cops for "road rage" 6 different times when living there. I followed a motorcycle cop 30 miles out of my way one day after filming him weaving in and out of traffic on his way home from work. (his official police motorcycle in uniform) If this was a normal citizen the charges would have been many and steep. Without a doubt. I called and complained and threatened to submit my video to every news agency in town. I got a call from his superior 2 weeks later and this guy didn't give one rats ass. He kept coming up with excuses like "he could have been in pursuit of sokmeone" which is why I followed him for 30 miles. I wanted to make sure he was gong home after an irritating hot day on patrol. (learning the hard way from a previous complaint, I covered all the bases this time)

No punishment what so ever.


quedas
Male, 18-29, Europe
 167 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:12:58 PM
Oh, and I'm not even going to dignify Zerocyde with a reply. For the same reason I don't discuss theology with the drunk hobo down my block.

quedas
Male, 18-29, Europe
 167 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 2:10:06 PM
Randy4861
Male, 30-39, Midwest US
5 Posts Saturday, November 24, 2007 3:36:37 AM
Ok, I am now convinced that we have raised a country full of idiots! quedas is leading the way.

Actually, sh*it for brains, I'm gladly not from your violence-addicted country. But I'm gonna try to stay positive and believe you're only part of a very loud and obnoxious minority that thinks that talking really tough in anyway compensates for their one inch penis. Why don't you just go buy yourself a sports car and leave the talking to the grown-ups, ok?


BubbaLuvSpon
Male, 30-39, Midwest US
 158 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 1:45:21 PM
I've seen cases thrown out left and right for unlawful searchs. How does that happen if all the cops cover for each other, and everyone is crooked?

BubbaLuvSpon
Male, 30-39, Midwest US
 158 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 1:44:07 PM
Here's an observation of mine. I know a lot of officers. I know a even more people that aren't. I've noticed that (more often than not) the people who "hate cops" are the ones that are always doing something wrong. Notice in the above story. The "drinking and pot smoking" party was busted and people taken to jail. The subjects in the apartment, the ones doing the drinking and smoking, have a different version of what happened than the officers. Hmmmmm...

And why do you think the problems are following this guy everywhere he goes? Myself, I have NEVER had a problem with cops. Why, you ask? Because I don't do anything wrong, that's why! I'm 31 years old, and I've been pulled over 4 times. Sure, you can say it's because of where I live, but guess what... I hear people from my home town talk about being stopped, ticketed, or arrested all the time. Their claim... crooked cops. Hmmm... wonder why that is...

I've seen cases thrown out left and right for unlawful searc


Fuego
Male, 40-49, Midwest US
 1292 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 12:05:27 PM
I wonder what happened to rhugga in Texas. There are all kinds of people out there: good, bad, smart, stupid, wise, foolish, kind, angry, and many other antonyms, too. Believe it or not, there is job-screening in law enforcement! Even so, sometimes you'll find Barney Fifes out there.

That said, the alleged offender came off as an idiot. The cop in the video, which doesn't capture anything in full-context, seemed quick to escalate. Maybe he had valid reasons; I don't know.

But I do know that if I pulled someone over who became argumentative and uncooperative, I'd be cautious too. If you think the officer should have known the guy he pulled over wasn't going to attempt to produce a weapon you got another think coming. In the real world people don't always furrow their brows, froth at the mouth, verbalize threats, or otherwise give clues physical violence will begin in 3, 2, 1.


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 12:03:08 PM
..the cops told there superiors they were invited in and they claimed the girl said (and it was quoted in the report) "Sure, Come on in, were just blowing off semester end stress" COMPLETE AND TOTAL FABRICATION. 4 people were near the door when the cop knocked, including myself. Complete and total lie. Needless to say, we never saw any punishment for the liars (cops) nor did any of the charges get dropped.

At no time, including the girl that answered the door, were the cops invited in. No gestures were made that could have been interpreted as an invitation. These cops just decied to do what they wanted, when they wanted, and then lied to cover their asses.

And cops wonder why 95% of the public hates them.

I F U C K I N G HATE COPS.


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 11:59:51 AM
Berkeley, CA:

Im at a college party. Weed is being smoked (as is in 90% of the parties in California). This apartment is on the 9th floor, the only window that is open leads to a central ventilation shaft that can't be accessed by people. A cop knocks on the door (which was also chained shut inside) and a girl opens the door w/o openning the chain. The cops says "Open the door NOW" in a loud authorative manner. So she does. As the cop starts to step thru the doorway, the owner comes to the front and immediately says "Out, you have not been invited in my house, you are not welcome here". The cops ignore him and proceed immediately to the back room (where the tv/stereo and most of the party goers were) Subsequently several people were arrested for possesion of marijuana. Weeks later an attourney hired to look into the matter obtained all the reports and documentation associated witht the bust. Right there in plain english the cops told their superiors they were invi


Qpax
Male, 18-29, Europe
 2340 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 11:59:17 AM
the car...

Qpax
Male, 18-29, Europe
 2340 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 11:58:50 AM
I'm sure this has been said here before, and I know I've said it in other places, but - there's really no excuse for tasering someone like that.
A taser is a dangerous weapon, and people have been killed by them on many occasions. Of course they should be used if there's a danger to the officer or someone else, but just doing it for the convenience of disabling someone, before all other avenues have been explored, is criminal.

The officer's entire attitude is summed up by 'I though "I'm not playing this game any more"', as though he just couldn't be bothered to do anything else. He could have just walked over to the guy and stopped him getting in his car, and if necessary he could easily have restrained him. Someone said earlier that being tasered is more humane than that - I know what I'd prefer...

Why was he even telling the guy to get on the floor and pointing the taser at him in the first place? He should have instructed without threat, and/or cuffed him against th


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 11:54:15 AM
San Diego, CA:

During a busy day on the beach a fight broke out on one end of the boardwalk in Pacific Beach. Cops showed up via car, bycicle, and four wheelers. As the cops search for the perps, another man jumps on the four wheeler and drives it into the surf and runs down the beach. An innocent bystander runs to try and save the four wheeler, and low and behold cops throw this man to the ground and vilnetly handcuff all while 50 bystanders are telling them his wasn't the guy, he was tying TO HELP. 1) Why did they throw him to the ground and violently handcuff him without issuing A SINGLE GOD DAMN instruction to the man. They didn't say "Freeze" or "Lay Down" or "Halt your under arrest" they just violently throw him down, in front of his wife and kids, and looks liked total hyper-active unprofessional bumbling idiots. Even 30 minutes later, trying to save face, these cops still have this poor man in handcuffs in front of hundreds of people, including h


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 11:44:02 AM
San Diego, CA: A bunch of young virbrant cops pump 17 rounds into a well-known 90-year old homeless man who could barely move from A to B. Wow, what drating hero's.

San Diego, CA: An off duty police officer got "scared" in a dark alley and shot a San Diego Charger linebacker like 7 times. A prominent member of the community with no record at all.

My sister and her husbands are cops in Kansas City and they tell me how cops let other cops get away with speeding and DUI's on an almost weekly basis. Total horsepoo.

Its time for cops to be made to follow the rules and regulations like every other citizen.

I personally cant drating stand cops. I hate them. Im tired of getting harassed, vehicle searched, etc.. all w/o provication. Im a working professional with a graduate degree from Cal, Im always respectfull to cops but time and time again I find myself getting harassed and illegally searched in California.

I'm flat drating tired of cops thinking they are above the law


rhugga
Male, 30-39, Western US
 11 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 11:39:57 AM
I myself have grown to hate, I mean hate with the most extreme use of the word. Not because I want to but because my own life experiences have forced me into this mindset. All based of crooked/corrupt cops doing whatever they want, then lying and covering for each other after the fact. I have had bad experiences in Missouri, Florida, Texas (om my gawd texas) and California. They never change - just a bunch of underpaid punks that apparently cant handle stress. (so why did they choose a career in law enforcement)

BubbaLuvSpon
Male, 30-39, Midwest US
 158 Posts
Saturday, November 24, 2007 8:38:42 AM
"Cops DON'T have any right to taser you for walking in the opposite direction. There was nothing in the driver's demeanor that would suggest he was or was becoming violent."

He was told he was under arrest and to put his hands behind his back. He didn't. So, do you think it would have been dangerous to grab the guy and fight him on the side of the highway?


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