I had an incident tha initally happened in 2015 that was finally resolved late last year and it really changed the way I look at the justice system in general, law enforcement included. I went to the BLET academy in 2008 but got hurt, always wanted to be a cop and will always have a respect for law enforcement. But I have definitely changed how I view "the system," in general over the last 5 years.A percentage of cops really fuck it up for everyone. I know some good ones. I got a cool ass buddy that’s a state dick. Monson’s a cool ass dude also. But I watch these videos of when people (particularly minorities) video tape themselves being pulled over and there are some really bad ones out there. Just straight up ass hats, and bad individuals out to fuck with people.
Ok... so I’m going to get this out of the way. I’m not friends with a lot of people I work with. I have no issues with them per say I just am not into the whole culture of it all. My very close friends have zero to do with my job. I’d say I’m close with 3 people I work with. We hike together and hang out together. They will come over my house and we will cookout and what not. We never talk about work because well it’s just a job to us nothing more. My point is I have a different outlook then most people in my profession. With that said, I haven’t heard a single person I work with say anything supporting this muppet this was disgusting. If that were me I would of pulled that guy off him. I don’t mess around like that and everyone knows it. I only do what I have to to take care of a situation. I would never do more than I’m allowed and this is disgusting. I was so Fucking mad watching this I can’t even tell you. Made me even more pissed off watching that little bitch of a cop stand there for crowd control when he should be putting his partner in check. Like give me a god damn break.I wonder how MBC would have dealt with this situation both as the officer in control of the guy and the officers on scene. I don't mean that to be funny or condescending, I'm honest to God curious as to what he has to say about it. I say that because this wasn't done behind closed doors or in secret. This was done in broad daylight when these cops knew they were being filmed. So this has to be some sort of procedure they are trained to do and that's an even bigger problem than a couple cops going rogue and abusing their power.
They have to wait for the autopsy I would think. In criminal justice, a crime, especially a violent crime, has to meet all bulletpoints of how it's structured in order to get a conviction. They need to get it right. It's obvious what happened and they need to do something about it, and I believe they will. I think they're just dotting the i's and crossing the t's. The one doing the kneeling should have been arrested immediately, IMO. The other three should be charged as accessories.4 officers were involved in this murder, all 4 should have been arrested by now.
I don't think it will. They will just continue chalking it up as shit happens or it's a mistake not indicative of how things actually are.
That exact same thing happened to Breonna Taylor on March 13th. Shot 8 times, on a no knock warrant, miles away at the wrong house, with the wanted person already under custody.I don't think it will. They will just continue chalking it up as shit happens or it's a mistake not indicative of how things actually are.
A few years ago, here locally, cops were looking for a guy, went to the wrong house, kicked the door in and killed the guy that lived there after a struggle and it was the wrong fucking house. Whoops. Fucking unbelievably stupid shit.