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Outrage of the Week

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Flyboy, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. Flyboy

    Flyboy Well-Known Member

  2. Sindawe

    Sindawe Well-Known Member

    Fine upstanding examples of law enforcement. :fire:

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  3. omega5

    omega5 Well-Known Member

    Yeh, What they did was wrong, Period. But, I know the officers and I know the scum bag meth head piece of ???? they beat up and I can tell you that the news report is decidedly slanted :cuss:
  4. Preacherman

    Preacherman Well-Known Member

    Omega5, if those officers did what it's alleged they did, they need to be doing hard time themselves, and forever disbarred from LE employment, firearms ownership, and voting rights! There is NO excuse for such conduct. I don't care how much of a scumbag the victim may be - two wrongs don't make one right.
  5. Sindawe

    Sindawe Well-Known Member

    So the cops actually did beat on the guy in this report, how is the story slanted? Please enlighten us.
  6. Strings

    Strings Well-Known Member

    I'm with Sindawe on this: how was this slanted? Unless the guy was actively trying to harm one of the officers (which would be an interesting trick, outnumbered and handcuffed), how were their actions justified?
  7. HankB

    HankB Well-Known Member

    If the story is on the level, and the LEOs actually DID beat up - heck, call it what it is, torture - a druggie AFTER he was handcuffed and in custody . . . I'm with Preacherman on this one. The LEOs need to be ex-LEOs and they need to be doing hard time in the pen.
  8. The Rabbi

    The Rabbi member

    I'm with Preacherman.
    Those guys deserve a long stretch in jail with "Prison Bitch" tatooed on their foreheads.
  9. beerslurpy

    beerslurpy member

    I'd love to hear the extenuating circumstances for this one.

    Break the law, go to jail. This is a rule so simple even cops should have caught on by now.

    What these guys did I would have expected from say.... mexican police, not US police. Torturing someone just because you can get away with it doesnt suddenly make it "not torture" or "okay."

    On the positive side, they appear to have been fired. Hopefully they will get tossed in jail for a long time as well. However, I suspect this federal trial thing may be an attempt to give them a slap on the wrist, something they would certainly not get in a trial by jury at the local level.
  10. molonlabe

    molonlabe Well-Known Member

    I think they need M16's furnished by the Federal Gov. to better do their job.
  11. Luku

    Luku Well-Known Member

    They should be doing hard time. :fire: This will make it harder for the good cops to do their job. I wonder if the sheriff will decide to run for reelection. They do have elections for county sheriffs in tennesse right?
  12. The Rabbi

    The Rabbi member

    Yeah, but he probably has the support of his family and his wife's family and that's about 90% of the county. :D
  13. Bluecard

    Bluecard Active Member

    No matter what the slant is, the end does not justify the means. We police officers are intrusted by the community to make the right decision and do so by following the law set forth by the Constitution. Once we violate that trust we should be held to a higher standard because we are part of society that should know better. I don't care how you spin it, there is no excuse for using excessive force. PERIOD. If the articles are true, there is no "making" this situation into an ambiguous "possible excessive use of force situation" it is nothing more than official oppression and it is WRONG, ethically, morally and legally. There are some that think officers whould never make verbal threats or use deception to gain compliance, well sorry, that in itself is not excessive force. Now you beat someone with a black jack then you are no better than a criminal and you need to go to jail!
  14. JPL

    JPL Well-Known Member

    Anyone surprised?

    I'm not.

    SOP for "police" in the United States.
  15. 71Commander

    71Commander Well-Known Member

    Damn, it's left my jaw gaping. It's a good thing it's winter and no flies buzzing around.
  16. yorec

    yorec Well-Known Member

    Complete and utter agreement, Bluecard. There is no question about this one - if the article is true these guys are no more than criminals. Period.

    On the other hand -
    is the kind of moronic reaction that makes good cops hate to condem such a travesty. Makes them feel "identified" with the bad cops when they absolutely should not.
  17. JPL

    JPL Well-Known Member

  18. orangeninja

    orangeninja Well-Known Member

    Heck, I love these cop bashing threads. Very "Highroad" wouldn't you agree? :uhoh:
  19. molonlabe

    molonlabe Well-Known Member

    eh.. no. i would say this is a thread with cops bashing themselves. The paper is merely reporting this. Or maybe we shouldn't let the press print this stuff.
  20. orangeninja

    orangeninja Well-Known Member

    Right...oh of course. I agree, all cops are bad as indicated by the above posts and should not be mistrusted. Shhhhhh....5-0 might here you and shut down this thread.

    I'm done. This is stupid.

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