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Old 03-10-2013, 12:27 PM   #1
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Rear Ending Cop on Admin. Leave.

Didn't see the follow up to this posted...

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Old 03-10-2013, 01:01 PM   #3
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Cop was prolly in the wrong, but why is it that every time a cop up, people think he should be fired? If we had that mentality at work, we'd fire people everyday, including my self.
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Cop was prolly in the wrong, but why is it that every time a cop up, people think he should be fired? If we had that mentality at work, we'd fire people everyday, including my self.
I must agree, if you watch the vid in detail you can tell the cop is mad, he's still human, but the rider did the right thing by not being confrontational, you can tell the cop backtracked a little and they even shook hands at the end.

The rider made a little mistake and the cop made a big one, but it ended well because the cop didn't taze the rider or worse.

If I was the rider I would've not post the vid for the world to see.

I know someone said i the other thread that the rider was looking for trouble and taping and stuff, I can't agree with that, the rider seems to be riding defensevelly, maybe a bit much.
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Old 03-10-2013, 01:09 PM   #5
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Cop should be fired. Chris, do people at your job regularly impose fines and detain people?
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Why doesn't anybody just say. The rider was riding like a little . If he wasn't riding like a little I'm sure this incident would have never happened. If I was the cop I would have said the same . But thrown in STOP RIDING LIKE A LITTLE !! Fastola said it beat in the other thread. "Ride like a , get from behind like a .
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Cop was prolly in the wrong, but why is it that every time a cop up, people think he should be fired? If we had that mentality at work, we'd fire people everyday, including my self.

U dumb. Cops don't do anyway, fire em all.......Well, they do keep the donut shops open, other than that, theyre worthless.....
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U dumb. Cops don't do anyway, fire em all.......Well, they do keep the donut shops open, other than that, theyre worthless.....


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Cop was prolly in the wrong, but why is it that every time a cop up, people think he should be fired? If we had that mentality at work, we'd fire people everyday, including my self.
He should be looking for another line of work if he can't keep his composure better than that. I didn't choose his profession, he did.

He should have been fired.
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Had he pushed him off his bike, tazed him, beat him, peppered sprayed him, then took him to jail. Then yeah I would say fire him. But yeah they were both in the wrong and there is no telling what that cop had going on that maybe he was in a bad mood to begin with. Have you never taken your anger out on the wrong person? So he jumped his (literally lol) then shook his hand and went on their ways. No biggie I dont think he should have been suspended I think they are just having to cus it was so public.
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He should be looking for another line of work if he can't keep his composure better than that. I didn't choose his profession, he did.

He should have been fired.
Were the kid that packed a backpack and threatened to run away every time your mommy yelled at you as a kid?
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He should be looking for another line of work if he can't keep his composure better than that. I didn't choose his profession, he did.

He should have been fired.
My mom and dad would've been fired countless times.
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Because the nature of cops they need to be held to a higher standard. They enforce the public trust. Its a sensitive position that requires more responsibility.

If an airline pilot up, hed be fired too.
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Because the nature of cops they need to be held to a higher standard. They enforce the public trust. Its a sensitive position that requires more responsibility.

If an airline pilot up, hed be fired too.
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we all make mistakes... nice to see it is being addressed by his superior, no need for him to get fired
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Were the kid that packed a backpack and threatened to run away every time your mommy yelled at you as a kid?
Are you the guy that looks down on everyone that has a different oppinion than yourself?

I don't see how the comment above has any relevance to this thread or any of my comments...
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Why should the cop be fired just for acting a douche? There are plenty that do this everyday in broad daylight


But really, it's not like there was damage to the bike or anything. Biker just got scolded. Maybe the cop should be forced to take a scolding from a bunch of bikers for punishment? lol
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But really, it's not like there was damage to the bike or anything. Biker just got scolded. Maybe the cop should be forced to take a scolding from a bunch of bikers for punishment? lol
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Hmmmm police officer rear ends another vehicle, scolds biker, and tries hide the incident by not making a report.

Seems legit to me! WTF was I thinking...
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