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Thought I'd put some pics of thugs the police wanted of the street for good.

 

Of course I'm being facetious, these are all kids expecting to play with their friends and looking forward to seeing Santa's presents under the tree come winter. All innocent.

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So if the death of six innocents by the police doesn't do anything to incite a little WTF in your head than know that not one of the child's killers were given prison time. In the name of justice is what the determination was found to be. seems like a lot of protection is of the thin blue line street gangsters.

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I suppose you side with those who call Vietnam vets "baby killers".

 

Your post is no different.

 

Sometimes bad things happen and I would bet almost anything the officers involved didn't set out to shot a kid that day.

 

You sicken me.

 

But I can see why you admire eddie so much.

 

(You should have sold him when you had the chance, btw)

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Sometimes bad things happen and I would bet almost anything the officers involved didn't set out to shot a kid that day.

 

You sicken me.

 

 

You know what's sickening ? People who use that as a valid excuse for the unnecessary death of innocent people. Might be a great excuse for some redneck shooting beer bottles in his backyard but oops shouldn't be the answer for a trained police officer.

 

"We blew your babies face off today, but oops we didn't mean to, so it's ok." .......Bullcheeze.

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Thought I'd put some pics of thugs the police wanted of the street for good.

 

Of course I'm being facetious, these are all kids expecting to play with their friends and looking forward to seeing Santa's presents under the tree come winter. All innocent.

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So if the death of six innocents by the police doesn't do anything to incite a little WTF in your head than know that not one of the child's killers were given prison time. In the name of justice is what the determination was found to be. seems like a lot of protection is of the thin blue line street gangsters.

What's the stories behind these deaths? I'm getting the impression from you the cops just shot them for no apparent reason.

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You know what's sickening ? People who use that as a valid excuse for the unnecessary death of innocent people. Might be a great excuse for some redneck shooting beer bottles in his backyard but oops shouldn't be the answer for a trained police officer.

 

"We blew your babies face off today, but oops we didn't mean to, so it's ok." .......Bullcheeze.

 

My point (which I'm sure you know) is not to defend the actions of cops who screwed up.

 

My point was that this topic was obvious in its attempt to villainize the police.

 

But y'all go right ahead and fight the power . . .

 

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power
Lemme hear you say
Fight the power
Lemme hear you say
Fight the power
Lemme hear you say
Fight the power
Lemme hear you say
Fight the power
Lemme hear you say
Fight the power
We've got to fight the powers that be

 

And who can forget . . .

 

So get up get, get get down, 911 is a joke in yo town

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My point (which I'm sure you know) is not to defend the actions of cops who screwed up.

 

My point was that this topic was obvious in its attempt to villainize the police.

 

But y'all go right ahead and fight the power . . .

 

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power

 

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power

 

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power

Lemme hear you say

Fight the power

We've got to fight the powers that be

 

And who can forget . . .

 

So get up get, get get down, 911 is a joke in yo town

What in the heck is all of that about?

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What in the heck is all of that about?

 

It just seems that some around here can relate to the lyrical styling of Public Enemy and I just wanted them to feel at home.

 

ETA: For those who don't know, Public Enemy hates the police and finds them to be a bunch of racists as well.

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How about you find the links like I did, a little leg work for you people since none off you recognize them. In my search I already knew the back story to a couple of the children. Oh these aren't the only ones either, just a half dozen ones that I wanted to use to help everyone understand that cops kill kids too, unarmed at that.

 

Yeah and the first pic the child was shot on purpose, just because.

 

As far as siding with public enemy, can't say I do, I side with unbiased justice. You break the law you pay the price, no matter what oath or what you do for a living. The police are not held to a higher standard but to a lower, they can get away with a hell of a lot before someone slaps them on their wrist.

 

I know cops do good, but I also know they do wrong, being able to break any law no matter the triviality of it, is not a perk of being a cop. Your discounted hair cuts, or your free coffee, or your free tax payer funded taxi, or the awe a child gives you, or the fact that you can do your job and know that the ones you arrest our kill are truly guilty of what they are accused not just what you think. Those are perks.

 

People when you all realize that cops take advantage of their position of power and fear not the justice system, then maybe they will stop thinking that they can do what they want when they want. You all think their job is so hard, well guess what they choose their profession, were not forced, were not persuaded to become, nor were drafted into being the police.

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I'm pretty sure those cops who shot the kids feel bad, wonder if they could have done something differently and have to live with this the rest of their life. No one is going to shoot a child just for the HECK of it and since they aren't in jail it proves they did nothing wrong.

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Yeah, maybe you should find out the story behind the kids in those pics, and then see what happened or more like didn't happen to the police. Oh and also don't believe for a second that you are safe from the long arm of the law, once they suspect you of doing wrong, either you don't get the help you need or they trump up lies to tell the judge. And yeah most of the time the DA is right there beside them. And it does not matter the truth, only what they believe in their head. They do not need proof because without a lawyer and I mean one that costs some serious money, the best you can hope for is a dead docket. Oh and if you want go ahead and take the plea even though you are innocent. Maybe it is a good thing the cops chose to draw their weapons fast. That way they spare the poor soul whom they abuse the lifelong struggle that will befall them.

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Yeah, maybe you should find out the story behind the kids in those pics, and then see what happened or more like didn't happen to the police. Oh and also don't believe for a second that you are safe from the long arm of the law, once they suspect you of doing wrong, either you don't get the help you need or they trump up lies to tell the judge. And yeah most of the time the DA is right there beside them. And it does not matter the truth, only what they believe in their head. They do not need proof because without a lawyer and I mean one that costs some serious money, the best you can hope for is a dead docket. Oh and if you want go ahead and take the plea even though you are innocent. Maybe it is a good thing the cops chose to draw their weapons fast. That way they spare the poor soul whom they abuse the lifelong struggle that will befall them.

I believe you made reference not long ago that you had been incarcerated for a time. If so, that probably explains why you have an agenda against police. Now don't tell me you don't have an agenda because everything you have written gives that impression.

 

Your OP also demonstrates you have an agenda against police. You post pictures of children and definitely give the impression that you believe these kids were shot by police for the hell of it. You post no background story of these shootings nor do you provide links to articles that would provide any information to the shootings. You're intentionally being deceptive to support your agenda by leaving out important information.

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I believe you made reference not long ago that you had been incarcerated for a time. If so, that probably explains why you have an agenda against police. Now don't tell me you don't have an agenda because everything you have written gives that impression.

 

Your OP also demonstrates you have an agenda against police. You post pictures of children and definitely give the impression that you believe these kids were shot by police for the hell of it. You post no background story of these shootings nor do you provide links to articles that would provide any information to the shootings. You're intentionally being deceptive to support your agenda by leaving out important information.

 

Oh hell masked man everyone has an agenda, yours just happens to be the opposite agenda of the OP.

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Thought I'd put some pics of thugs the police wanted of the street for good.

 

Of course I'm being facetious, these are all kids expecting to play with their friends and looking forward to seeing Santa's presents under the tree come winter. All innocent.

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So if the death of six innocents by the police doesn't do anything to incite a little WTF in your head than know that not one of the child's killers were given prison time. In the name of justice is what the determination was found to be. seems like a lot of protection is of the thin blue line street gangsters.

 

You posted this, post your source.

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The bottom picture: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Aiyana_Jones

 

Read why the swat team was there.

 

I read the story, another in the long line of tragic events centered around the use of SWAT teams. You seem to be a big supporter of these kinds of tactics so I wonder; Do you believe it would be possible for law enforcement to do their job of arresting people and bringing them to trial without these middle of the night military style no knock assaults on peoples homes ?

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The bottom picture: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Aiyana_Jones

 

Read why the swat team was there.

I googled the police officer's name and discovered he's been tried twice both times resulting in mistrials. The two guys the police went to the house to arrest for murdering two white boys have been convicted and sentence to life without parole. Here's what one said upon his sentencing,

 

“I’d like to say sorry to the family of Aiyana Jones, Michael Brown, Eric Garner and I want to apologize for them for not being able to get justice for their loved ones who were murdered in cold blood and in respect for the peaceful protest I want to say hands up, don’t shoot, black lives matter.”

 

Apparently he believes white lives don't matter.

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Here is the story behind this picture.

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A Georgia police officer won’t be charged in the fatal shooting of a teenager holding a video game controller — even though a previous grand jury found the use of force was not authorized.

 

Gatny said she heard “what she believed to be the action of a firearm” before the door was opened and drew her own weapon, which she fired after the teen opened the door holding what she believed was a pistol.

Family members, however, said the boy was holding a Nintendo Wii game controller.

She was investigated in 2008 after firing her service weapon at a suspect who was trying to remove his backpack because Gatny believed he might be trying to retrieve a gun.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/07/no-charges-for-ga-cop-with-questionable-past-in-fatal-shooting-of-teen-holding-wii-controller/

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Oh goody, another cop basher on here.

 

Now P'Com is not just the bastion of Socialism in Paulding; it's cop bashing central.

 

Is that what it is Socialist cop bashing ?

 

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On September 13, 2000, agents from the DEA, the FBI, and a Stanislaus County, California narcotics task force conducted a series of raids on 14 homes in the area of Modesto, Calif.

When local police asked if there were any children in the Sepulveda home, federal agents answered, "Not aware of any."

 

But Sepulveda had three children, a daughter and two sons. After the police broke into the Sepulveda home, Moises, his wife and children were ordered to lie face down on the floor as officers pointed guns at their heads. Moments later, Officer David Hawn fired his gun, killing 11-year-old Alberto Sepulveda from point-blank range.

 

There were no drugs or guns in the Sepulveda home. A subsequent internal investigation by the Modesto Police Department found that the DEA's evidence against Moises Sepulveda, who had no previous criminal record, was "minimal." The city of Modesto and the federal government settled a lawsuit brought by the Sepulvedas for $3 million.

 

http://www.ign.com/boards/threads/13-people-who-are-dead-because-of-americas-futile-war-on-drugs-13-sotries-long-read.452979917/

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Is that what it is Socialist cop bashing ?

 

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On September 13, 2000, agents from the DEA, the FBI, and a Stanislaus County, California narcotics task force conducted a series of raids on 14 homes in the area of Modesto, Calif.

When local police asked if there were any children in the Sepulveda home, federal agents answered, "Not aware of any."

 

But Sepulveda had three children, a daughter and two sons. After the police broke into the Sepulveda home, Moises, his wife and children were ordered to lie face down on the floor as officers pointed guns at their heads. Moments later, Officer David Hawn fired his gun, killing 11-year-old Alberto Sepulveda from point-blank range.

 

There were no drugs or guns in the Sepulveda home. A subsequent internal investigation by the Modesto Police Department found that the DEA's evidence against Moises Sepulveda, who had no previous criminal record, was "minimal." The city of Modesto and the federal government settled a lawsuit brought by the Sepulvedas for $3 million.

 

http://www.ign.com/boards/threads/13-people-who-are-dead-because-of-americas-futile-war-on-drugs-13-sotries-long-read.452979917/

Next time you're in trouble, you should call a crack head.

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Oh goody, another cop basher on here.

 

Now P'Com is not just the bastion of Socialism in Paulding; it's cop bashing central.

 

I think it's the same one under a different name.... I'm glad to see you young folks can argue with these nitwits intelligently, rather than sinking to their level of nonsense. I on the other hand have no patience for their asinine stupidity, ergo I completely ignore their drivel.

I understand that it is a dangerous practice to ignore the lies of propaganda, but I have faith that the young conservatives out here will keep the nitwits in check....

 

Thank You very much, keep up the good work!

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I think it's the same one under a different name.... I'm glad to see you young folks can argue with these nitwits intelligently, rather than sinking to their level of nonsense. I on the other hand have no patience for their asinine stupidity, ergo I completely ignore their drivel.

I understand that it is a dangerous practice to ignore the lies of propaganda, but I have faith that the young conservatives out here will keep the nitwits in check....

 

Thank You very much, keep up the good work!

Thanks! But I'm not so young. :)

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Next time you're in trouble, you should call a crack head.

 

I remember when I was a LEO. I started seeing a side of people I never noticed before. I'm not talking about criminals; I'm talking about a lot of those who call the police.

 

There are times when all the police officers are busy on other calls when someone calls dispatch and wants to see a police officer because the neighbor's dog is barking. I remember once after clearing a call I had been on to see a man about a barking dog. When he saw me pull up in front of his house, he comes out and starts yelling, What the f**k took you so long? I called almost an hour ago." I told him we have been busy and I was the first available after clearing another call. He continued to yell he didn't care that we should have sent someone right away. Some people think their trivial complaint is more important than someone reporting they were assaulted or they discovered their home had been broken into while they were away. Did this guy ever talk to the dog owner about the problem? No because he didn't think it was his responsibility, "that's why we have cops."

 

Then there are some assholes you pull over because they were speeding. I pulled one over one time for doing 71 in a 55 mph zone. He started yelling and calling me all sorts of names after I approached the car. "Mother f**ker you're making me late. Don't you have any real crime to fight?" I remember this day as if it was yesterday. The guy was in a rage while I was in my patrol car writing his speeding ticket. This was in April 1992, 7 years after Michigan's mandatory seatbelt law went into affect and this guy didn't have his on. I had never given a ticket during that 7 year period to someone not wearing their seatbelt, but this guy got one. Usually when I pulled someone over for speeding it was to give them a warning and to slow everyone else down. Those times I did write speeding tickets and they were doing more than 10mph over, I would write it just for 10 over to give them a break on the fine and points. Not this guy; he got a ticket for the full 71mph. He said he'd fight it in court and make me look stupid for giving him the tickets. He never challenged them in court.

 

It started getting where as a police officer I was running into people more and more who had no respect or regard for police officers who were simply doing what they were paid to do. I see that same attitude on this board from those who continuously want to bash police officers. It's no wonder so many good ones leave the profession. It got to the point where I felt people like these could just kiss my ass and fend for themselves. Perhaps we should give every police officer in the country January 31 to February 2 to see how people cope without a single cop on the street when they call because their house got broken into or the dog next door is barking too loudly for them.

 

For all of you who seem to hate cops I have this to say to you, "F**k you."

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Let me clarify, I do not hate cops. I hate crooks. Yes I was incarcerated, for 10 years 10 months 2 days 8 hours and 11 minutes. I got along quite well with the CO's, the Wardens, and the staff. I also got along quite well with other inmates. I get along well with whom I choose to. I choose not to hang out with criminals. I do not support or render aid to criminals. I have dialed the GSP to report dui's, SO's office the same thing. I have also called to report the respective departments officers wrong doings. I have followed up with both and drivers were charged for being drunk, but guess what, nothing in the officers file about complaints against them for reckless driving.

 

To answer many questions.

Found the stories online by searching for kids killed by cops. I did not post any pics where there was a hint of question about the death. You all seem to avoid the death of Samuel Weaver. His family lived on ruby ridge. Also was recently involved in an automobile accident. The driver fled the scene and subsequently wrecked her vehicle 2 more times. Guess what she was charged with. Go on take a stab at it. If you guessed leaving the scene of an accident(s) than you are wrong. Following to close that was all. She was even able to let her friend take the vehicle to their house. I was attacked by a neighbor and figured that I would do what was "right" called the police, guess what the deputies said? "Sorry sir you have no visible signs, though you have another neighbor as a witness, we don't need to talk to him, I am advising the both of you to stay off eachothers property." Lets us not forget the time my wifes car was kicked because we turned around in someones driveway, I was told that since I scared the aggressor after he caused property damage that I can choose to press charges but that I will also go to jail for assault. There was also the time the 3 kids and wife were rear ended and the guy came rushing up to my window, and for a moment thought of driving off for fear that my family would be attacked. Guess what the deputy told me? "I would have been charged with leaving the scene of the accident" So maybe once a crook always a crook, no matter how many times you do right. But guess what I believe in truth, justice and the ultimate goodness of people.

 

For all those that scoff at me and think that I hate cops, I hate the superior attitude of cops. I do not discriminate when it comes to who I think should be held accountable to the law. I hope that every time you need a cop they render assistance and are not biased against you. As for me I have resolved to accept the fact that I do not rate high enough on their scale to matter. But I will persevere.

 

May all you that believe the police are so righteous be the first to step onto the cattle cars. As for me I will resist, I will fight injustice, and I will survive. Maybe before I leave this world I get to see a change in the judicial system where the untouchables get theirs, and the oppressed get to render their own justice.

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First, I appreciate your honesty about your past.

Second, many of my good friends did stretches in the pen. However, when I met them and became friends with them, they had given up their former lives and were working to help others do the same.

Third, not all cops have attitude and life is not always fair.

Fourth, 99% of the people on here do not want to give LE a free pass, but most of them also do not automatically assume because they are LE, they are wrong until proven right either.

 

Lastly, the reason I say :yawn: is because you don't make your (meaning anyone) point by always posting cherry picked stuff, over and over and over and over and...well, you get the idea.

Recently I posted a couple of videos of the Douglasville police chief behaving in what I would call an unprofessional manner, at the very least it was unprofessional.

So I feel that I am more than willing to call a spade a spade, if I think it is a spade.

But I rarely even read or look at TP's videos any longer, so his efforts are wasted on me.

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How about you find the links like I did, a little leg work for you people since none off you recognize them. In my search I already knew the back story to a couple of the children. Oh these aren't the only ones either, just a half dozen ones that I wanted to use to help everyone understand that cops kill kids too, unarmed at that.

 

Yeah and the first pic the child was shot on purpose, just because.

 

As far as siding with public enemy, can't say I do, I side with unbiased justice. You break the law you pay the price, no matter what oath or what you do for a living. The police are not held to a higher standard but to a lower, they can get away with a hell of a lot before someone slaps them on their wrist.

 

I know cops do good, but I also know they do wrong, being able to break any law no matter the triviality of it, is not a perk of being a cop. Your discounted hair cuts, or your free coffee, or your free tax payer funded taxi, or the awe a child gives you, or the fact that you can do your job and know that the ones you arrest our kill are truly guilty of what they are accused not just what you think. Those are perks.

 

People when you all realize that cops take advantage of their position of power and fear not the justice system, then maybe they will stop thinking that they can do what they want when they want. You all think their job is so hard, well guess what they choose their profession, were not forced, were not persuaded to become, nor were drafted into being the police.

 

 

I thought Pubby required links if you are talking about a news story. My Bad!!

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Let me clarify, I do not hate cops. I hate crooks. Yes I was incarcerated, for 10 years 10 months 2 days 8 hours and 11 minutes. I got along quite well with the CO's, the Wardens, and the staff. I also got along quite well with other inmates. I get along well with whom I choose to. I choose not to hang out with criminals. I do not support or render aid to criminals. I have dialed the GSP to report dui's, SO's office the same thing. I have also called to report the respective departments officers wrong doings. I have followed up with both and drivers were charged for being drunk, but guess what, nothing in the officers file about complaints against them for reckless driving.

 

To answer many questions.

Found the stories online by searching for kids killed by cops. I did not post any pics where there was a hint of question about the death. You all seem to avoid the death of Samuel Weaver. His family lived on ruby ridge. Also was recently involved in an automobile accident. The driver fled the scene and subsequently wrecked her vehicle 2 more times. Guess what she was charged with. Go on take a stab at it. If you guessed leaving the scene of an accident(s) than you are wrong. Following to close that was all. She was even able to let her friend take the vehicle to their house. I was attacked by a neighbor and figured that I would do what was "right" called the police, guess what the deputies said? "Sorry sir you have no visible signs, though you have another neighbor as a witness, we don't need to talk to him, I am advising the both of you to stay off eachothers property." Lets us not forget the time my wifes car was kicked because we turned around in someones driveway, I was told that since I scared the aggressor after he caused property damage that I can choose to press charges but that I will also go to jail for assault. There was also the time the 3 kids and wife were rear ended and the guy came rushing up to my window, and for a moment thought of driving off for fear that my family would be attacked. Guess what the deputy told me? "I would have been charged with leaving the scene of the accident" So maybe once a crook always a crook, no matter how many times you do right. But guess what I believe in truth, justice and the ultimate goodness of people.

 

For all those that scoff at me and think that I hate cops, I hate the superior attitude of cops. I do not discriminate when it comes to who I think should be held accountable to the law. I hope that every time you need a cop they render assistance and are not biased against you. As for me I have resolved to accept the fact that I do not rate high enough on their scale to matter. But I will persevere.

 

May all you that believe the police are so righteous be the first to step onto the cattle cars. As for me I will resist, I will fight injustice, and I will survive. Maybe before I leave this world I get to see a change in the judicial system where the untouchables get theirs, and the oppressed get to render their own justice.

 

 

Your attitude when the police officer gets to the scene is probably why things didn't go your way. I don't know I wasn't there. To me it seems like all the police nationwide know who you are and their main goal is to pick on poor you. Boo Hoo. Do right, treat police with respect and things go a lot better. Just saying.

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Your attitude when the police officer gets to the scene is probably why things didn't go your way. I don't know I wasn't there. To me it seems like all the police nationwide know who you are and their main goal is to pick on poor you. Boo Hoo. Do right, treat police with respect and things go a lot better. Just saying.

Actually I am probably the most respectful individual the police can encounter. Probabaly why as a teen when I struck a deputy with a hammer, I was able to stay alive. The other two hundred county deputies and local police wanted to kill me but my ability to show respect must be uncanny because the only punishment I received was what the honorable duffey imposed. So my problems with the police didn't start until they make presumptions about someone based on what a crime which occurred twenty years ago tells them. So I know they profile and jump to conclusions based on what they believe, heard them say it. Also when they call my family a liar then their is a lot more truth to these stories about quick draw I'm the law bang bang you're dead cops then you close minded people believe.

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Actually I am probably the most respectful individual the police can encounter. Probabaly why as a teen when I struck a deputy with a hammer, I was able to stay alive. The other two hundred county deputies and local police wanted to kill me but my ability to show respect must be uncanny because the only punishment I received was what the honorable duffey imposed. So my problems with the police didn't start until they make presumptions about someone based on what a crime which occurred twenty years ago tells them. So I know they profile and jump to conclusions based on what they believe, heard them say it. Also when they call my family a liar then their is a lot more truth to these stories about quick draw I'm the law bang bang you're dead cops then you close minded people believe.

 

I am shocked...SHOCKED!...that police would look at you differently than someone else that hasn't struck a deputy with a hammer. Shocked.

 

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I am shocked...SHOCKED!...that police would look at you differently than someone else that hasn't struck a deputy with a hammer. Shocked.

 

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20 years ago, and guess what I have several officers as friends, we drink beer at eachothers houses, we watch each others kids, and yet they don't hold a mistake against me. Funny thing isn't it. Of course I could always mention their name to one off their fellow officers when ever most would have, just to give them that extra nudge of encouragement to make things go the way I wanted, but I didn't and wouldn't, better to see the reality of life than to make things a brighter shade of pale.
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Cards, while I understand where you are coming from, I also understand the otherside.

I know this fellow who when he was younger was a pretty active check kiter, which if you don't know is illegal.

The banks caught on and closed his accounts, but didn't prosecute.

Flash forward 5 or 6 years and the fellow has straightened his life out.

No more committing crimes, no more of other things he was doing that were wrong.

Basically he was a completely different man from what he was before.

He hasn't had a bank account since the banks closed them several years before and now he has his tax refund and he goes to open a savings account.

Not a checking account, a savings account.

The bank lady takes his info and informs the fellow that he is on the "bad guy" list and that no bank will give him an account.

The fellow explains that, yes he used to do wrong, but that he had changed and that for quite some time now he has been a different person, that he was no longer the same man that did those things.

The bank lady looked at him and asked, "Is your SS # 123-4567-890?"

The follow replied that, yes it was.

The bank lady said, "Then your the same guy."

 

We all do things that, right or wrong, will always be a part of our lives.

It is what we do now that counts and how we react to situations when our past affects our present.

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Very well said stradial, I am a different person, I am no longer gullible as I once was, I trust very few, and stopped wearing blinders. I often tell p people the dumbest thing I've ever done was to start smoking. I thank God I did nothing more to the deputy then piss him off. I have often thought about reaching out to him and apologizing personally. He did nothing to deserve what I did. I know he has gone on to make a fine deputy.

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Actually I am probably the most respectful individual the police can encounter. Probabaly why as a teen when I struck a deputy with a hammer, I was able to stay alive. The other two hundred county deputies and local police wanted to kill me but my ability to show respect must be uncanny because the only punishment I received was what the honorable duffey imposed. So my problems with the police didn't start until they make presumptions about someone based on what a crime which occurred twenty years ago tells them. So I know they profile and jump to conclusions based on what they believe, heard them say it. Also when they call my family a liar then their is a lot more truth to these stories about quick draw I'm the law bang bang you're dead cops then you close minded people believe.

 

 

So you finally admit you have problems with the police. Now I understand your attitude.

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So you finally admit you have problems with the police. Now I understand your attitude.

 

 

I don't think he has a problem with police, Mrs. J R, but he does have a problem with paid thugs. Thugs rely on the other law (The Blue Wall of Silence) more than the real law.

 

Cop thugs don't sign a contract, on the code of silence, They just know it's there.

 

 

A written contract might read like this:

Hired_Thug.png

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I don't think he has a problem with police, Mrs. J R, but he does have a problem with paid thugs. Thugs rely on the other law (The Blue Wall of Silence) more than the real law.

 

Cop thugs don't sign a contract, on the code of silence, They just know it's there.

 

 

A written contract might read like this:

Hired_Thug.png

 

In his post he said he has problems with police. Go back and read!!!!!!

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So you finally admit you have problems with the police. Now I understand your attitude.

Mrs. Jack Russell, evidently you enjoy being harsh to people, most bullies do, they also enjoy joining others that do. I could care less if you think I am a cop bashing hater of good order. I can re-read my post and see that didn't should have been don't. I know my past might lead you to believe I am some hick drug addicted blood sucker on the tax payer. Well I am not, I am actually very well educated, hard working citizen of the USA, and anyone that deliberately takes things out of context to try and berate someone is either a bully or not very nice person. Bet that pup in your avatar is about as happy as the Mr. Jack Russell in the Mrs. presence. I hope that your tunnel vision doesn't lead you to the cattle cars that are on the fast track to the great beyond.

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