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    has anyone else seen this video? so the kid hits a car at a gas station, a woman and two or three guys get out of damaged car and enter store. cop comes in moments later seething for some reason, grabs the lady after yelling at her, it gets heated. she moves away from the cop. after calming down a bit she seems to head for the car. the cops son enters and starts it up again, the cop jumps in, the lady'sfriends jump in to stave off the imbecilic officer. when all is said and done. the cop tells the clerk 'if you know what's good for you, you'll get rid of that tape!' other officers arrive and tell the clerk the same thing. you know, as for me i'm so glad we have such honorable people serving us as they should, don't you agree?

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    mike75925 wrote:
    has anyone else seen this video? so the kid hits a car at a gas station, a woman and two or three guys get out of damaged car and enter store. cop comes in moments later seething for some reason, grabs the lady after yelling at her, it gets heated. she moves away from the cop. after calming down a bit she seems to head for the car. the cops son enters and starts it up again, the cop jumps in, the lady'sfriends jump in to stave off the imbecilic officer. when all is said and done. the cop tells the clerk 'if you know what's good for you, you'll get rid of that tape!' other officers arrive and tell the clerk the same thing. you know, as for me i'm so glad we have such honorable people serving us as they should, don't you agree?
    This is standard police practice.

    A good cop is the exception, and a rare one, at that. Even good cops lie, most of the time.

    We are under attack from a domestic military.

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    smoking357 wrote:
    SNIP We are under attack from a domestic military.
    Here is some food for thought about the impact of police on our freedoms.

    http://www.constitution.org/lrev/roots/cops.htm

    (Note: I am not interested in this becoming a cop bashing thread. I am posting this because information and perspective tends to reduce the emotional responses and elevate the discussion.)
    I'll make you an offer: I will argue and fight for all of your rights, if you will do the same for me. That is the only way freedom can work. We have to respect all rights, all the time--and strive to win the rights of the other guy as much as for ourselves.

    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

    There is no human being on earth I hate so much I would actually vote to inflict government upon him.

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    Is someone going to post the link to the video?

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    it's playing cop, you know, when you need one you can't find em!

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    jegoodin wrote:
    Is someone going to post the link to the video?
    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/20...html?viewAll=y

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    smoking357 wrote:
    This is standard police practice.

    A good cop is the exception, and a rare one, at that. Even good cops lie, most of the time.

    We are under attack from a domestic military.
    I wish I had the means to travel as much as you.

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    though i'd like to, i probably am just blowing smoke. i'd like to go over and tell lopez 'i'm your huckleberry, you piece of s&*t' if i was any of those guys, i wouldn't have got on the floor, and i would have had my piece on me, jerked it in a cease and desist manner, demanding the cop to explain his apparently unprovoked manner. i'd rather die for something rather than nothing. the officer has no warrant, allows his punk a$$ kid to become involved, has no real standing and then gets away with it. hell no, not if it was me. at the very least he would never wear a badge again. my two cents. be it known to all, i am keeping a record of this message in it's entirety, that noone may alter it with intent to frame.

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    When I first saw the video, I couldn't believe that the officer still has a job in law enforcement. The department really thinks that they can trust him after that?

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    If his finger slips from all that motion (it happens), she's toast. He should be fired and procecuted.

    And this is in the Texas forum, why? It happened in Pa.
    The thing about common sense is....it ain't too common.
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    bad cops anywhere is news for everywhere

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    Caught the clip on Fox. Questions off topic. My wife and I may move to Seguin. I have an Alabama permit to carry and I understand the permit process out there is laborious and protracted.

    Any adviice for me other than learn Spanish?

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    don't learn spain spanish, learn mexican spanish. you won't know whateach of you is saying.

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    The story says that one of the men had a permit to carry, and his gun was in his car. If he had been carrying at the time, would deadly force be authorized in this situation, or do police have some kind of special protection?

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    DVC2010 wrote:
    The story says that one of the men had a permit to carry, and his gun was in his car. If he had been carrying at the time, would deadly force be authorized in this situation, or do police have some kind of special protection?
    You are kidding, right. You shoot a cop anytime for any reason and your life is over.

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    CrossFire wrote:
    DVC2010 wrote:
    The story says that one of the men had a permit to carry, and his gun was in his car. If he had been carrying at the time, would deadly force be authorized in this situation, or do police have some kind of special protection?
    You are kidding, right. You shoot a cop anytime for any reason and your life is over.
    I don't know how things are in PA, but in this state he'd probably have gotten shot and any charges would have been dropped as soon as that video made the media.

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    cop is just a person with a gun and a 'tude. for some reason, they decided the a'holes needed protection above and beyond. could it be a bunch of crooked politicians and cops got together and allied for a union against the public at large? no, they couldn't be that sinister, right?

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    mike75925 wrote:
    bad cops anywhere is news for everywhere
    True, but as of my first posting, it was not even in the PA. forum.
    The thing about common sense is....it ain't too common.
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