Go read the account. This pervert that received state protection and exemption. Of course his fellow officers were there in a show of support, because heaven forbid they stand up for the people they’re sworn to protect when it’s their own abusing them.
State Sponsored Criminal: John Michael Clemmons
Because when you’re a cop, you can cop a feel of whoever the hell you want and if they fight back it’s assaulting a police officer.
Prosecutorial misconduct. Well folks, this one is a hot button of mine. Ask the average citizen, and they are totally unaware that such a thing ever happens. After all, prosecutors are honorable people who are committed to ethics, justice, upholding the law, and to helping protect the public by ensuring that the ”bad guys” are sternly dealt with, and if necessary, isolated from society, or even put to death.
[Yup, many seem to think prosecutors are some how infallible or some how looking out for the best interests of society, victims, or any number of things. They’re only actually looking out for one thing, their careers. I’ve had numerous other people come into my life recently who have had their own experiences with the local prosecutor, not to mention a run in from the prosecutorial side.
Nothing says stand up guy than saying there’s not enough evidence to pursue charges against someone for committing a crime even though they posted pictures of themselves committing said crime on Facebook. *No this is neither a joke or exaggeration. A man broken in and vandalized a property and took pictures of himself trespassing on said property as well vandalizing it. The response of the prosecutors office was, “Not enough evidence to prosecute.”*
Remember that the next time you think the law will somehow provide justice. Because as I’ve said before, “there is no correlation between the law and justice”. Not to mention the prosecutorial motto, “It takes a good prosecutor to convict a guilty man, it takes a great prosecutor to convict an innocent one.”
I’ve made comments before about good and great prosecutors. The bottom line is these men can withhold information and otherwise ruin the lives of honest men merely because they some how get caught in the gears. While it can happen, actions like this are grossly negligent and speak volumes to the character of the man holding the position.
No officers have been fired and the acting chief had the following to say:
The public if they get stopped and simply comply with what they are asked to do, they have nothing to fear, nothing to fear at all.
Translation. Follow orders blindly or suffer violence without cause. Think about that, do exactly as the officer says or they can kill you. Think about what that implies and remember if you fight back you’ll be charged with assault.
When they do it, it’s merely law enforcement, even when force isn’t necessary.
State Sponsored Criminal: Andrew P. Murrill
Because when you’re a cop and you’re bored and someone doesn’t do exactly what you want, beat them to within an inch of their life.
No Mr. Obama, we just don't take kindly to being lied to, abused, mistreated, and being held responsible for the actions of others. You and your cohorts tried to pass a bill and we merely read it and told everyone one's in it. You can go read in the bill yourself about every statement I've made regarding the bill.
You're upset because you couldn't pull the wool over our eyes and we fought back.
Lastly Mr. President, what part of "Shall Not Be Infringed" is so hard and difficult for you to understand?-B]
They searched the women in public on the side of an exit ramp. As an FYI, the officers didn’t find any drugs, further validating that they didn’t really have probable cause. Nothing says I’m with law enforcement quite like violating someone’s rights under the incorrect misbelief that you just can.
State Sponsored Criminal #567: Kelly Helleson
#568: David Farrel
Because when you’re having a boring night, why not sexually assault two people on the side of the highway. You’re just trying to fight the war on drugs right?