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Thread: Off-duty Waukesha LEO and other man get into scuffle

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    Interesting Story.

    Waukesha - An off-duty Waukesha police officer and another Waukesha man got into an altercation this month at their daughters' soccer game, forcing the referees to stop the game and other parents to call 911 for crowd control, according to a Sheriff's Department report.
    Both men have been referred to the Waukesha County district attorney for a possible charge of disorderly conduct.
    The 20-year veteran police officer remains on the job. Police spokesman Capt. Mark Stigler did not return calls seeking comment.

    The Journal Sentinel is not naming either of the men, both 47, because no decision has been made on charges against them.

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=763785

    Kinda funny how people who want to OC for personal security are put under the same bogus DC as a situation like this. And OCers aren't the ones causing ANY trouble!

    All the stories lately about Waukesha LEO's...responding with AR-15's to a report of some kids carrying an airsoft shotgun, this altercation....



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    As long as sworn officers are the front line troops in the government's war against armed resistance we are susceptible to charges of cop-bashing. The topic must be engaged.

    The epithet 'law enforcement officers' and its acronym must be removed from our language as dishonest agitprop. They are sworn to follow orders and are not required to uphold the same law as we live under.

    Democracy is the rule of fools by fools. I am not ruled by them.

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    They are sworn to follow orders and are not required to uphold the same law as we live under.
    Very good point...

    What shall we call them instead? (and I'm not being sarcastic)

    Police or "cop" seems pretty bane. not too descriptive...






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    'Sworn officer' is in common usage elsewhere.

    I think your first post got swamped by the retorts to Bunkie and you haven't been explicitly welcomed to the OCDO forum.

    Welcome.

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