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It seems to me that stand your ground is a cop thing, more than it is for any other United States citizen. They kill people by shooting them in the back, but they were standing their ground. People can be running, but they are threatening a cop with bodily harm

 

What is a running man doing. throwing coot in their face? .

 

 

 

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Police officers killed by gunfire increased by 56% in 2014. Of those shootings, 15 were ambushes.

 

 

Yes, I know, but it seems to me that people who try to be truthful about how scared cops are can lose their job.

 

Cops are scared of black people.

 

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Police officers killed by gunfire increased by 56% in 2014. Of those shootings, 15 were ambushes.

 

You know he really doesn't care. You know he also cares nothing about understanding fleeing felon laws and how the law justifies officers to use deadly force to apprehend fleeing dangerous felons in certain cases, it doesn't always have to be in self defense.

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You know he really doesn't care. You know he also cares nothing about understanding fleeing felon laws and how the law justifies officers to use deadly force to apprehend fleeing dangerous felons in certain cases, it doesn't always have to be in self defense.

 

 

I understand capital punishment, on the street, for resisting arrest.

 

I think the kids at that pool party was in serious danger, 98!

 

Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, of a Miami school. said, “Judgment is the currency of honesty. Insensitivity — intentional or perceived — is both unacceptable and inconsistent with our policies, but more importantly with our expectation of common sense behavior that elevates the dignity and humanity of all, beginning with children.”

 

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What kind of dignity do cops have,when they fear for their lives, instead of doing the duty to protect and serve. Does the blue wall of silence keep them from doing their real duty?

 

I've seen cops let one another get away with things, they would get me down on the ground for doing.

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I understand capital punishment, on the street, for resisting arrest.

 

 

No...you have a clear lack of understanding on what goes on in the real world, other than you hate cops. You can't even separate reality from the porn videos you were searching. Your general understanding of the law, the relevance of statutory case law, the procedures of the legal system in general and policies of law enforcement is simply lacking. Without at least a general understanding any conclusion reached will be in error.

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No...you have a clear lack of understanding on what goes on in the real world, other than you hate cops. You can't even separate reality from the porn videos you were searching. Your general understanding of the law, the relevance of statutory case law, the procedures of the legal system in general and policies of law enforcement is simply lacking. Without at least a general understanding any conclusion reached will be in error.

 

 

The conclusion will finally be reached, 98! Error or no error. Judgment is the currency of duty, as well as honesty. My insensitivity is not going to matter. Killing people in the name of the law is not justice, without a trial.

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Killing people in the name of the law is not justice, without a trial.

 

 

Law enforcement has an additional duty to fulfill that takes priority before it moves to the next stage of beginning the prosecution, protection of lives and property in the community they serve. You always seem to ignore it, not surprising though because you even want to ignore that an officer is justified to use force in self defense and defense of others. That duty is why the law justifies them to use force to stop threats to the community, even deadly force when dealing with violent felons. That is where you lack the knowledge to make an informed opinion.

 

The laws are clear, have been in place for centuries and have been debated and clarified by the various courts all the way up to the highest court in this land. The decisions are clear, the priority is the protection of the community. Police don't make these laws, elected legislators do, afterwards they are scrutinized by the judicial system just as our system entails, separate branches of oversight. If LE encounters a violent dangerous felon who flees then the law justifies them in using deadly force simply to apprehend that threat independent of any direct threat towards the officer, the safety of the community is the priority. So, for example, LE responds to a home invasion and the armed offender flees them when they arrive. They are justified in shooting him, even in the back, just to make the apprehension because his conduct reasonably places the community in danger.

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Law enforcement has an additional duty to fulfill that takes priority before it moves to the next stage of beginning the prosecution, protection of lives and property in the community they serve. You always seem to ignore it, not surprising though because you even want to ignore that an officer is justified to use force in self defense and defense of others. That duty is why the law justifies them to use force to stop threats to the community, even deadly force when dealing with violent felons. That is where you lack the knowledge to make an informed opinion.

 

The laws are clear, have been in place for centuries and have been debated and clarified by the various courts all the way up to the highest court in this land. The decisions are clear, the priority is the protection of the community. Police don't make these laws, elected legislators do, afterwards they are scrutinized by the judicial system just as our system entails, separate branches of oversight. If LE encounters a violent dangerous felon who flees then the law justifies them in using deadly force simply to apprehend that threat independent of any direct threat towards the officer, the safety of the community is the priority. So, for example, LE responds to a home invasion and the armed offender flees them when they arrive. They are justified in shooting him, even in the back, just to make the apprehension because his conduct reasonably places the community in danger.

He doesn't care what the laws are. He does come across as if he hates all cops. He certainly never has anything good to say about them.

BTW TP, bananas come in bunches. Since a bunch can also be called a group; that must also make them a union.

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He doesn't care what the laws are. He does come across as if he hates all cops. He certainly never has anything good to say about them.

BTW TP, bananas come in bunches. Since a bunch can also be called a group; that must also make them a union.

 

 

How I come across to you, E Z, is perceived bull sheeze, in the first place. If I were you, I'd be able to see that bull sheeze, but I'm not you, Sir!

 

Like I told 98, it's not my insensitivity that is going to matter. People are becoming more insensitive, in regard to back shootings, and death choking, all over this country.

 

We don't need that kind of justice, around here.

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To hell with it, let the police have m4's with m203's attached. Give each precinct a predator drone and a squadron of ah64's. We trust them so much don't we. For real crime prevention lets let the police use mines and tanks. Why the hell not, right? I mean if they don't go to far as it is, and it is all the suspects fault than if they get killed from depleted uranium or armor piercing 20mm ammunition from ge gatlin guns so be it. Arm then cops properly. They can serve justice up real good then.

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I so love the small government proponents who in the next breath claim the government is nearly always justified in killing citizens.

 

I have no doubt that some shootings are justified but the spate of shootings that have left black men, some naked and some unarmed, dead contrasts with the care and respect for life that others experience. To wit:

 

 

A white Army veteran ambushed a Georgia State Police post earlier this week, opened fire on troopers, dared them to kill him – and was captured with a shoulder wound.

 

The incident, which took place Monday in Gainesville, stands in sharp contrast to recent police shootings of unarmed black suspects across the country.

 

Investigators said 21-year-old Leighton Marchetta was intoxicated when he drove to the state police post about 8 a.m. Monday and fired at two troopers with a high-power hunting rifle capable of penetrating a bulletproof vest.

 

“He was saying something to the effect of, ‘You guys are going to have to kill me,’” said Sherry Lang, a spokeswoman for the Georgia Bureau of Investigations.

Marchetta then charged toward the troopers, Steve Thompson and Jeremy Allison, who took cover and fired two shots – wounding the gunman in the shoulder.

Authorities used a helicopter and Hall County SWAT team to secure the area and take Marchetta into custody a short time later.

 

The post commander praised the troopers’ actions during the incident.

 

“Being presented with the situation that they were in, both of them did very well and reverted back to their (active shooter) training,” said Sgt. Richard Harper, of Georgia State Police. “They both went for cover … and gave the verbal commands for the subject to drop the weapon.”

 

Marchetta appeared Tuesday in court on two counts of aggravated assault of a peace officer.

 

Lee Marchetta said his son suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and was discharged from the Army in June 2014 after an attempted suicide.

 

The elder Marchetta said his son drank a fifth of vodka Sunday night because he was distraught by an Army buddy’s suicide and woke up in the morning with no memory of his argumentative and combative behavior.

 

He said his son was still upset but had calmed down when he drove away, but he wasn’t aware the younger man had taken a rifle with him.

He thanked state police for the restraint they showed during the shooting incident, and he strongly criticized the Veterans Administration for continued delays over mental health treatment.

 

“It is a shame that it came to this in order for him to even possibly begin to receive treatment from the VA for his PTSD,” Lee Marchetta said.

 

I applaud and praise the restraint showed by LEO in this case of Mr. Marchetta and I would pray that all citizens would be treated with the same respect.

 

Unfortunately, the statistics and public record seems to suggest they are not.

 

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It's close to a depraved indifference for human life when cops choke people to death, ride them around in the back of a van, with no seat belt and handcuffed, shoot them in the back, and intentionally using kill shots on an unarmed suspect. That is only a few of the things they are doing to people.

 

Cops also take possession of people's money, without probable cause that they intend to buy drugs with it. You can be headed to some place to pay cash for a vehicle, and can lose your money before you get there.

 

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I so love the small government proponents who in the next breath claim the government is nearly always justified in killing citizens.

 

I have no doubt that some shootings are justified but the spate of shootings that have left black men, some naked and some unarmed, dead contrasts with the care and respect for life that others experience. To wit:

 

 

I applaud and praise the restraint showed by LEO in this case of Mr. Marchetta and I would pray that all citizens would be treated with the same respect.

 

Unfortunately, the statistics and public record seems to suggest they are not.

 

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I'll bet you not one of those officers were shooting to wound the guy. The guy got lucky.

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I'll bet you not one of those officers were shooting to wound the guy. The guy got lucky.

Yup...I would bet it was a long range handgun shot considering the suspect had a rifle. It is good he made a hit but I guarantee the intended target was center mass.

 

People of both races die from shootouts sometimes and both races survive their woundeds on others. However the agenda pusher imply all black guys die and all white guys live. Strange world we live in.

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Thanks, ABR!

 

No officers were ingured, ABR!

 

Do you think maybe this was just a protester, who was willing to give up his life?

 

Please, people of Texas! Casebolt has quit the police force!

 

There is no need to take up arms like this guy. If you value your own life, get a camera instead of a gun.

 

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Edited to expresws my apology, because here is the man who was shooting at police, He was not concerned about the young lady, at the pool party, because he said he was concerned about his own son;

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