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Old 09-21-2007, 02:48 PM   #1
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Cop who shot Iraq veteran acquitted

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Old 09-21-2007, 03:03 PM   #2
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WTF! That is complete bullshit. How are they going to stay he shot him because he was pulling something out of his pocket. 3 times? Really? Because he wasn't scared? What bullshit.
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Old 09-21-2007, 10:29 PM   #3
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guess the general public disagree's w/ you.

here's a hint, when a cop has agun drawn on you after a high speed chase.........don't try reaching in your jacket or try getting up. LAY THERE!
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guess the general public disagree's w/ you.

here's a hint, when a cop has agun drawn on you after a high speed chase.........don't try reaching in your jacket or try getting up. LAY THERE!
you can hear the cop telling the guy to shut the **** up and to get up. that is a sorry cop
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That cop was LOOKING for an excuse to shoot that guy, and planned it accordingly (which is obvious by his verbal commands) in the video. The investigation that followed said he (the cop) did nothing wrong. I think he should have been arrested for Attempted Murder, if you ask me.
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maybe you guy;s outta show up for jury duty some time, and get your wish.
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maybe you guy;s outta show up for jury duty some time, and get your wish.
I did. In fact I was the Foreman in a murder case. I'm not even gonna get into the things were were allowed to consider, and the things we were not allowed to consider; the evidence we were allowed to see, and the evidence that was kept from us, etc. etc. Some things we were told, but were not allowed to consider because the Defense lawyer came up with some technicality "Objection", and the judge was forced to agree. The Murderer basicly got off easy, but if we were allowed to consider things we were not even given the chance to consider, we would have given him LIFE or Death. We found out immediately after the trial what really went down, but witnesses were too afraid to show up, and the Defense lawyer must have been a high dollar lawyer. In fact, I immediately recognized him from somewhere on TV.. I don't know exactly where, but he must be famous to some extent. I discussed this with my cousin, who was the Deputy Attorney General of NJ at the time, and he fully understands why I now believe that a murderer can get off easy with a good defense lawyer.

Maybe YOU need to serve on a Jury, RacerX. Or if you have already, I suggest you don't investigate the case after your service, and just fuggedaboutit. You may not want to know the real truth.
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I did. In fact I was the Foreman in a murder case. I'm not even gonna get into the things were were allowed to consider, and the things we were not allowed to consider; the evidence we were allowed to see, and the evidence that was kept from us, etc. etc. Some things we were told, but were not allowed to consider because the Defense lawyer came up with some technicality "Objection", and the judge was forced to agree. The Murderer basicly got off easy, but if we were allowed to consider things we were not even given the chance to consider, we would have given him LIFE or Death. We found out immediately after the trial what really went down, but witnesses were too afraid to show up, and the Defense lawyer must have been a high dollar lawyer. In fact, I immediately recognized him from somewhere on TV.. I don't know exactly where, but he must be famous to some extent. I discussed this with my cousin, who was the Deputy Attorney General of NJ at the time, and he fully understands why I now believe that a murderer can get off easy with a good defense lawyer.

Maybe YOU need to serve on a Jury, RacerX. Or if you have already, I suggest you don't investigate the case after your service, and just fuggedaboutit. You may not want to know the real truth.
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Old 09-22-2007, 09:33 AM   #10
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guess the general public disagree's w/ you.

here's a hint, when a cop has agun drawn on you after a high speed chase.........don't try reaching in your jacket or try getting up. LAY THERE!
Did you not watch the video?!?! Did you not listen to what he was saying?!?!
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Old 09-22-2007, 09:34 AM   #11
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I usually side with the police but that is a dirty cop.
+1 P**** leo...
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No, I am not grumpy! Okay maybe just a little. I just cannot stand leo's that believe they are above the law, that they won't get caught or in trouble, but this just shows that they can and well get away with it (whatever the circumstances). What if this veteran died? I am sorry, but I think this is complete bullshit. How our citizens going to find him not guilty of this? Whether he was a vet or not? Whether if he was a or an off duty officer from another county? The results would have been the same for a but different for another officer. What a ****in waste of the system. I feel for the vet because he just came back from something I necessarily don't agree with. SO WHAT if he was drunk?! He wasn't driving, he wasn't the one who kept driving. How much control can someone have in the passenger seat? Grab the wheel? Wreck? I think he was a little smarter than that. He did what he was told and instead of getting shot and possible killed in Iraq, he gets shot and could have been killed in his home land that he was defending not too long before. I don't want any stupid replies of what I just said about how "ignorant" I am, bla bla bla.... /End of rant.
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but i agree the cop was over the line
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No, I am not grumpy! Okay maybe just a little. I just cannot stand leo's that believe they are above the law, that they won't get caught or in trouble, but this just shows that they can and well get away with it (whatever the circumstances). What if this veteran died? I am sorry, but I think this is complete bullshit. How our citizens going to find him not guilty of this? Whether he was a vet or not? Whether if he was a or an off duty officer from another county? The results would have been the same for a but different for another officer. What a ****in waste of the system. I feel for the vet because he just came back from something I necessarily don't agree with. SO WHAT if he was drunk?! He wasn't driving, he wasn't the one who kept driving. How much control can someone have in the passenger seat? Grab the wheel? Wreck? I think he was a little smarter than that. He did what he was told and instead of getting shot and possible killed in Iraq, he gets shot and could have been killed in his home land that he was defending not too long before. I don't want any stupid replies of what I just said about how "ignorant" I am, bla bla bla.... /End of rant.


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No seriously I agree. If anything officers should be held at a higher standard, then citizens. The should set an example of restraint when necessary. Granted not all officers are like that, I truly appreciate those that put up with a lot of sh*t and do it well. Some make mistakes, but they should be held accountable for their mistakes as we are.

side note: We treat our soldiers better then most countries, and its still not good enough.
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total ignorance.

No seriously I agree. If anything officers should be held at a higher standard, then citizens. The should set an example of restraint when necessary. Granted not all officers are like that, I truly appreciate those that put up with a lot of sh*t and do it well. Some make mistakes, but they should be held accountable for their mistakes as we are.

side note: We treat our soldiers better then most countries, and its still not good enough.
+ a billion!
I am so appreciative of the cops who follow protocal and do things by the rules. I cannot stand rude cops. I admit I have a problem of being extremely rude to cops when they get rude with me. I know I can lose, but I believe in equal treatment.
Example: How are you going to hide around a corner and give people a ticket for running a stop sign when you turn your sirens on to run it, or just don't even bother to slow down?
Or...
How are you going to give someone a ticket for doing 5 over when you speed in a neighborhood where kids play?
Or...
HOW ARE YOU GOING TO PUT A FLASH LIGHT ON MY LEGS WHEN I AM WEARING A SKIRT!?! I HAVE NO DRUGS ON ME YOU DIP !!!
I can't WAIT to see the cop who ignored my questions in court... It's on like donkey kong sucka!!

Or vets have way bigger chones than some of our cops... They don't have bombs, missles, etc. to worry about (majority of the time).
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HOW ARE YOU GOING TO PUT A FLASH LIGHT ON MY LEGS WHEN I AM WEARING A SKIRT!?! I HAVE NO DRUGS ON ME YOU DIP !!!
I can't WAIT to see the cop who ignored my questions in court... It's on like donkey kong sucka!!
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Im going to be honest with you that was night i was arrested for impersonating a police officer.....

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Or vets have way bigger chones than some of our cops... They don't have bombs, missles, etc. to worry about (majority of the time).[/FONT]
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I do agree with your points, some do over step their boundaries. If gives officers a bad rep.
But the same could be said for bikers, some people act stupid, and it gives us all a bad rep.
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Im going to be honest with you that was night i was arrested for impersonating a police officer.....
Lol! This happened with I was like 15-17. My ex had a bagged truck and a hatch that was extremely loud so we would get pulled over a lot. He has been taken out of his car and thrown agaisnt it. I've been told to get out and being looked at repeatedly and just sitting there in the car or curb. It's ridiculious. At the time, we only dealt with one nice cop. And this time we f***ed up.
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I do agree with your points, some do over step their boundaries. If gives officers a bad rep.
But the same could be said for bikers, some people act stupid, and it gives us all a bad rep.
No kidding... Everyone on a motorcycle looks trashy, rebellious, and stupid. Cops are wangs, and have little man syndrome. Politics/Relgion are all corrupt.




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Did you not watch the video?!?! Did you not listen to what he was saying?!?!

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