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Now don't you feel stupid that in the other thread about this shooting you were making the accusation the officer was probably trying to steal the shooter's money and got shot for it?

 

 

NO, E Z!

 

In fact, I showed the evidence that was definitely a possibility, until the real story was told. Tennessee is a place of serious Civil Forfeiture.

 

Cops even fight over the money side of the road, instead of the drug side. They don't want to find drugs, EZ, they want to find mucho deniro.

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RIP All lives matter!!!!!!!!!! I really hope this police officer wasn't killed because....he was being more cautious of fear of being arrested himself!

 

 

Yes, DR!

 

I believe there is a legitimate reason for cops to be fearful. And, the administration may be at more fault than the citizenship in this country.

 

E Z, said kids are becoming braver in dealing with cops, and they have good reason. They don't want to be live cowards, anymore.

 

With that said, this bank robber doesn't deserve the quality of being a dead hero, when he dies.

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Yes, DR!

 

I believe there is a legitimate reason for cops to be fearful. And, the administration may be at more fault than the citizenship in this country.

 

E Z, said kids are becoming braver in dealing with cops, and they have good reason. They don't want to be live cowards, anymore.

 

With that said, this bank robber doesn't deserve the quality of being a dead hero, when he dies.

I didn't say they were being braver. I said they were challenging the police officer's authority more often, which is something I do not recommend. When a police officer pulls you over for a traffic violation and ask for your driver's license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance you are obligated by law to provide it. Don't argue with the officer and tell him asking for those documents is violating your Constitutional rights, because they are not.

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You may not recommend it, E Z, but cop watching takes brave people!

 

Challenging authority needs to be done, or corruption will prevail. A police officer may, or may not, be pulling you over for a legitimate traffic violation. If you are not being legally detained, you are free to go. The way you know you should be free to go is whether the police officer tells you why you are being detained. If he tells you why you are being detained, and it's a legitimate reason, then you tell him your name, and show him your information.

 

These cops fabricated a legitimate reason after the fact.

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You may not recommend it, E Z, but cop watching takes brave people!

 

Challenging authority needs to be done, or corruption will prevail. A police officer may, or may not, be pulling you over for a legitimate traffic violation. If you are not being legally detained, you are free to go. The way you know you should be free to go is whether the police officer tells you why you are being detained. If he tells you why you are being detained, and it's a legitimate reason, then you tell him your name, and show him your information.

 

These cops fabricated a legitimate reason after the fact.

 

You may not recommend it, E Z, but cop watching takes brave people!

 

Challenging authority needs to be done, or corruption will prevail. A police officer may, or may not, be pulling you over for a legitimate traffic violation. If you are not being legally detained, you are free to go. The way you know you should be free to go is whether the police officer tells you why you are being detained. If he tells you why you are being detained, and it's a legitimate reason, then you tell him your name, and show him your information.

 

These cops fabricated a legitimate reason after the fact.

By all means challenge, but challenge it through proper channels. Arguing with the cop that he had no reason to pull you over and refusing to provide your drivers license is not the way to challenge it. What could have been just a ticket can turn quickly into an arrest and when you resist arrest, police officer can use what minimal force is necessary to place you under arrest. Be smart about it, not stupid.

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Oh I understand, E Z!

 

I'm not gonna let a cop bother me, in the first place, if I can help it. I can see one, and I start looking for ways to get lost. You can't defend yourself, at my age, against a cop. I don't know which one of them is the one who will stop and play ball with the kids.

 

It's not just me, either. Cops are making themselves a bad reputation. If things don't get better there will be more, and more killings. People are getting tired of it, and cops are getting tired of the people.

 

Stand your ground is just that, we must stand our ground, and stop being intimidated.

 

 

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If the current trend continues, police are on track to fatally shoot nearly 1,000 Americans by the end of the year. If you took that number alone, the United States would still have a higher per capita firearm-related murder rate than most of the world's developed nations', according to an analysis by Vocativ.

Vocativ compiled data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and found that police shootings in the United States outnumber all gun-homicides in France, England, Germany, Chile, Canada, and 25 other developed nations. Here's how those figures line up, using 2013 data:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CB4QFjAAahUKEwivg6zjjI7HAhWMlQ0KHXfCDvg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.motherjones.com%2Fpolitics%2F2015%2F06%2Fpolice-shootings-america-developed-countries&ei=q_2_Ve-BAoyrNveEu8AP&usg=AFQjCNEaP17cpx-ppFE0rI1sKXXcg2T9Xg&sig2=-de3rYFFI0jDP-uBGFs1Lw

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So wife driving 60mph north on hwy 101/113 this morning, pcso in marked cruiser following less than recommended space. He crosses double yellow and hits his blue lights, passes her turns lights off and continued to accelerate, within a half mile he is beyond her sight as the road straightens over the creek. She figured he turned somewhere until she catches back up at old Yorkville, where she seen him do the same to the car he was behind. And yet another criminal gets to do whatever they choose to do, while a third grader gets handcuffed around his biceps. What a country. Thank god every one knows about Cecil the lion. We'd be in serious trouble otherwise.

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Ahh, now you want to stay on the reason of my original post. Well let's do that. Five over is not even close to 20 or more over, illegally using your emergency lights, passing on sokid yellow, following to close, failure to use directional indicator when passing, failure to maintain lane, and violating oath of office. So my wife a criminal, sure by the standards of the law. What would you call this deputy, a menace to society then?

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Ahh, now you want to stay on the reason of my original post. Well let's do that. Five over is not even close to 20 or more over, illegally using your emergency lights, passing on sokid yellow, following to close, failure to use directional indicator when passing, failure to maintain lane, and violating oath of office. So my wife a criminal, sure by the standards of the law. What would you call this deputy, a menace to society then?

 

Did you or your wife report him to the PCSO?

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So wife driving 60mph north on hwy 101/113 this morning, pcso in marked cruiser following less than recommended space. He crosses double yellow and hits his blue lights, passes her turns lights off and continued to accelerate, within a half mile he is beyond her sight as the road straightens over the creek. She figured he turned somewhere until she catches back up at old Yorkville, where she seen him do the same to the car he was behind.

 

 

.....or maybe they were simply responding to an emergency call that fell just short of a full code 3 response or the scenario prevented a full emergency run. People really think cops who drive a good portion of the day are in such a hurry to just drive around even more that they do things like this?

 

You see something like that and that is your automatic conclusion, the worst you can think of. I see that and my experience tells me the officer was responding to something like a business panic alarm or a domestic dispute close by that has escalated and the use of lights and sirens will put a victim in further danger. They still need to get there quickly but the normal manner of doing so is rendered useless.

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.....or maybe they were simply responding to an emergency call that fell just short of a full code 3 response or the scenario prevented a full emergency run. People really think cops who drive a good portion of the day are in such a hurry to just drive around even more that they do things like this?

 

You see something like that and that is your automatic conclusion, the worst you can think of. I see that and my experience tells me the officer was responding to something like a business panic alarm or a domestic dispute close by that has escalated and the use of lights and sirens will put a victim in further danger. They still need to get there quickly but the normal manner of doing so is rendered useless.

 

 

Yes, of course!

 

I can see where E Z gets his use of the word "always," because to him something like you just described is always the case. And, the live cowards around here should very well understand that.

 

I tend to agree with a few cards shy. Hell, it's not automatic that the cop did the right thing.

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Yep from the article. ""I think officers are becoming hesitant to react," Williams said. "They don't want to end up in court, or plastered all over the national news."

 

http://www.aol.com/article/2015/08/04/suspect-in-memphis-officers-death-says-hes-no-coward/21217853/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl1%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D711358457

 

I'm getting really ticked off at the media. A police officer was just killed and all they want to talk about now is the 1 year anniversary of the Ferguson shooting and still trying to make that police officer look like a bad person. WOW!

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Yep from the article. ""I think officers are becoming hesitant to react," Williams said. "They don't want to end up in court, or plastered all over the national news."

 

http://www.aol.com/article/2015/08/04/suspect-in-memphis-officers-death-says-hes-no-coward/21217853/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl1%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D711358457

 

I'm getting really ticked off at the media. A police officer was just killed and all they want to talk about now is the 1 year anniversary of the Ferguson shooting and still trying to make that police officer look like a bad person. WOW!

 

 

Police officers are doing just fine, DR!

 

They need a little scrutiny.

 

While violence among citizens has dropped, violence against citizens carried out by police has been rising sharply.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCUQFjABahUKEwidkuXd0o_HAhWSqIAKHdQRADo&url=http%3A%2F%2Fthefreethoughtproject.com%2Fprison-statistics%2F&ei=Pc3AVd3_JJLRggTUo4DQAw&usg=AFQjCNGrz1zE4jY8l79iCNniuAzBSDUyDQ&sig2=bCx56eAkprCOpqSlUf9JQQ&bvm=bv.99261572,d.eXY

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The murder of police officers has jumped by 89% in one year.

 

 

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The murder of police officers has jumped by 89% in one year.

 

 

8)

 

 

Maybe citizens are learning that violence begets violence, and Police are forgetting.

 

After all you chose to use your words without a link. So I will do the same.

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Maybe citizens are learning that violence begets violence, and Police are forgetting.

 

After all you chose to use your words without a link. So I will do the same.

 

 

Find a legit site instead of a socialist/Democrat blogger.

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Find a legit site instead of a socialist/Democrat blogger.

 

 

I'm not a blogger, even though that's what my password protected site says I am, yathink!

 

I couldn't have said what my lenk has said as well as my link said it. So, I agree with my link 100%!

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Maybe citizens are learning that violence begets violence, and Police are forgetting.

 

After all you chose to use your words without a link. So I will do the same.

Here's my takeaway on what you believe in that statement; in your mind the cops are getting what they deserve, that any cop that gets gunned down can't blame the shooter, but must blame his fellow officers.

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Here's my takeaway on what you believe in that statement; in your mind the cops are getting what they deserve, that any cop that gets gunned down can't blame the shooter, but must blame his fellow officers.

 

 

There you go E Z, with any, and always!

 

Bull chit, you are smart enough to take away more than what your take was. You can't fool me, Sir!

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So sad. He survives Iraq just to be gunned down in the US.

 

 

 

It is greatly sad, DR!

 

I am seriously sad, and pray for his family, in their grief.

 

Something needs to be done, however, or I suspect things will get a helliva lot worse.

 

Like I told Lowrider, violence is down in this country, EXCEPT FOR POLICE OFFICERS!

 

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCEQFjAAahUKEwjSub_454_HAhVNG5IKHfo0ACY&url=http%3A%2F%2Ftheweek.com%2Fspeedreads%2F441954%2Ffbi-violent-crime-down-but-police-killing-civilians&ei=euPAVdKULs22yAT66YCwAg&usg=AFQjCNF6SvM21jb-crjMm21zj6h92-UVaQ&sig2=9MMApJ6h7iJB-LSqdCgWYQ&bvm=bv.99261572,d.aWw

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9i8qBWGH7g

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Yes, of course!

 

I can see where E Z gets his use of the word "always," because to him something like you just described is always the case. And, the live cowards around here should very well understand that.

 

I tend to agree with a few cards shy. Hell, it's not automatic that the cop did the right thing.

I have been in this profession for a long time and have worked with hundreds of different officers over the years with a few different agencies. I have never, ever, known one to just use emergency equipment for no reason. It just doesn't happen, no one is in that big of a rush to simply drive when it is something you do all day on patrol. However, I know of thousands of incidents just like I described. They happen daily in every agency in the land and anyone who has ever sat in a patrol car seat has done things such as using emergency equipment sparingly go to calls. It is common practice and is no indicator at all of any wrong doing. Edited by Ugadawgs98
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I have been in this profession for a long time and have worked with hundreds of different officers over the years with a few different agencies. I have never, ever, known one to just use emergency equipment for no reason. It just doesn't happen, no one is in that big of a rush to simply drive when it is something you do all day on patrol. However, I know of thousands of incidents just like I described. They happen daily in every agency in the land and anyone who has ever sat in a patrol car seat has done things such as using emergency equipment sparingly go to calls. It is common practice and is no indicator at all of any wrong doing.

 

 

So, cop's sware in a statement, to you, that they never did such a thing, ah!

 

And you always believed them?

 

I don't, because I have seen cops do it, and have followed them to a convenience store where nothing was said to the attendant, except how much is my coffee.

 

 

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So, cop's sware in a statement, to you, that they never did such a thing, ah!

 

And you always believed them?

 

I don't, because I have seen cops do it, and have followed them to a convenience store where nothing was said to the attendant, except how much is my coffee.

 

 

 

How about I am out there daily seeing what other officers do and have never witnessed it. I have been in a position to field complaints from citizens which means logs and patrol car videos would be reviewed in reference to a complaint. I never found one instance where an officer using emergency equipment was not legit.

 

As for your little scenario, I am sure someone could have came to that conclusion about me many times over my career. It is routine for officers to be cancelled by closer officers in the middle of a full emergency run. If there is something big that requires that level of response then officers who are tied up do everything in their power to get freed up to help. There has been quite a few times I was 5 minutes into an emergency run only to shut it down half way there because closer officers were now responding. When that happens you still go to the scene non emergency or if you would not be needed go back to business as usual which could certainly could end up at a store, a parking lot or just simply driving around. It means nothing.

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I know you have NEVER seen it, U98, and when I show you you don't believe me. I understand, Sir!

 

You didn't believe the cop caught red handed doing it, and you are not going to believe this one either.

 

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You are clueless. You have the ability to ignore virtually every point in conversation replying to your comment, you can only spout some illogical accusation and post up some mostly unrelated link.

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You are clueless. You have the ability to ignore virtually every point in conversation replying to your comment, you can only spout some illogical accusation and post up some mostly unrelated link.

 

Yes you are ABSOLUTELY right, U98!

 

I am so corrupt that I am in serious need of help, in the understandings of reality. I make EVERYTHING out to be questionable, even though it's as clear as the nose on ANYONE's face.

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