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Old 11-24-2007, 11:28 PM
IggyWH IggyWH is offline
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This is why you should always comply with any command a cop gives you, no matter how right you think you are.


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No.

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As long as you're not incriminating yourself by doing such actions, only good can come of it.

Sure, you can be an idiot like the guy in the clip or the idiot in Cleveland that wouldn't show the cop his ID. Enjoy spending your time and money fighting something that could have been solved had you just did what you were told. Way to rage against the machine.
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Old 11-24-2007, 11:29 PM
Iplayragstoo Iplayragstoo is offline
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cops suck

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Yea right......untill you need help from one.

There are bad apples in every profession out there. Don't let the 1% of things like this paint the police as 100% bad.
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Old 11-24-2007, 11:32 PM
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This cop has small cahunas obviously.
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Old 11-24-2007, 11:47 PM
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Replace "tased" with "beat with a baton" in these stories, and
it's a lot easier to see if it makes sense.

Not listening to what a cop says doesn't give him the right to inflict severe pain and possibly threaten your life.

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Guess what? If you do something that the cop feels threatened, he's taking your ass down before you have a chance to take his ass down. This is why you should always comply with any command a cop gives you, no matter how right you think you are.

You're never going to win with a cop. This guy tried winning by not listening, walking back to his car and it looked like he was going to his pocket.

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Iggy - I aggre - in this case it's pretty borderline because of the way the guy was walking/grabbing his pocket - pretty suspicious looking. (Although it does look like it was his cell phone that he put in there when he first got out of the car).

There are definitely other cases where the cop wasn't threatened at all but used a taser because the person wasn't cooperating.
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Old 11-25-2007, 07:31 AM
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*edit* also, i was REALLLLLY hoping he would taze the dumb woman as well

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Why?
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Old 11-25-2007, 07:35 AM
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Replace "tased" with "beat with a baton" in these stories, and
it's a lot easier to see if it makes sense.

Not listening to what a cop says doesn't give him the right to inflict severe pain and possibly threaten your life.

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Guess what? If you do something that the cop feels threatened, he's taking your ass down before you have a chance to take his ass down. This is why you should always comply with any command a cop gives you, no matter how right you think you are.

You're never going to win with a cop. This guy tried winning by not listening, walking back to his car and it looked like he was going to his pocket.

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Iggy - I aggre - in this case it's pretty borderline because of the way the guy was walking/grabbing his pocket - pretty suspicious looking. (Although it does look like it was his cell phone that he put in there when he first got out of the car).

There are definitely other cases where the cop wasn't threatened at all but used a taser because the person wasn't cooperating.

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Yo, borderline? Cop tells him to put his hands up and turn around, and he reaches into his pockets. The only excuse for this is to not speak any English (and that usually won't be a comforting excuse when you're shot anyways)
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Old 11-25-2007, 08:14 AM
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I love watching uncooperative A-holes get tasered.

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Why?
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Old 11-25-2007, 01:32 PM
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I love watching uncooperative A-holes get tasered.

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Why?

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We should move this thread to Politics.

Jplay nielso, I miss seeing your name <3
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Old 11-25-2007, 01:50 PM
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Yo, borderline? Cop tells him to put his hands up and turn around, and he reaches into his pockets. The only excuse for this is to not speak any English (and that usually won't be a comforting excuse when you're shot anyways)

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I fault the cop much more for the way he handled the stop before he tasered the guy than for using the taser. I think he could have talked him into signing instead of immediately moving to arrest him when he refused to sign. I watch "Cops" fairly regularly, and a lot of the cops you see there verbally defuse situations that are much crazier than this one. I really don't think think the idiot speeder even realized he was being arrested. No question the speeder was a moron, but the cop was pretty bad, too.
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Old 11-25-2007, 01:56 PM
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Can someone explain the signing thing for me? What's that about? I don't remember signing the one ticket I've gotten in my life. I may have signed it, but what does signing it state?
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