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#1 So this justifies them thugs blowing that kid away? This was malfeasance and nothing they can say will ever change my mind on this. Your Gubmint in action.
Posted by Past Master of the Obvious 2012-03-10 08:56||
#2 Comes across as life imitating art. The beginning of the Godfather where the one clean kid in the family, a returning war hero, is beaten by the police chief.
Posted by Procopius2k 2012-03-10 09:26||
#3 and it just took them how mnay months too come up with this info. Why weren't the others arrested right after the raid if evidence was found linking them too all this. Sounds like alot of ass covering too me. They must be taking lessons from Georgias' police trainers.
Posted by chris 2012-03-10 10:04||
#4 I used to be against legalizing pot, but seeing all the crazy police thugs acting as assassination squads against citizens, and the horrible prison system guards, I have to agree with Pat Robertson. Time to legalize it.
And way past time to stop the IDF type training of our cops. You can't even call the police for minor things anymore without getting the assassination squad in full attack mode. It's disgusting that we as citizens are putting up with it.
Posted by Pliny Sloluting3153 2012-03-10 10:28||
#5 So the sister-in-law is a druggie and a dealer. How is it that the SWAT team is allowed to blow the guy away?
Law and order starts with the police obeying the law. See Robert Peel for details.
Posted by Steve White 2012-03-10 10:38||
#6 making the police swat team leaders criminally and civilly liable if negligence is proved would go some ways to making sure they hit the right address and use appropriate measures
Posted by Frank G 2012-03-10 11:13||
#7 The SWAT guys should hire the Pizza Hut guys. You ever get a pizza delivered to your door without ordering one?