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I think after months of investigation we can almost all agree that Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown case got the short end of the stick. someone robs a store, cop goes to stop the robber, robber attacks cop, and the cop is made to be the bad guy. He is out of a job and vilified.

Here is another officer thrown under the bus:

Police chief fires Texas officer who killed unarmed college football player | Fox News

This is the norm. Throw the cop under the bus. Right or wrong.

Update: Arlington Officer Brad Miller terminated after Christian Taylor shooting | | Dallas Morning News

Please note that the police chief is saying it was his decision to go instead of establishing a perimeter was the reason to fire him and not the shooting ( Swear rules keep me from saying the words that fit this). His field training officer was there and should have had control of him at the scene. The FTO separated from him and the rookie gets the blame? This politics throwing him under the bus while he is the probation phase.

This call for cops heads is causing cops to hesitate and is getting cops hurt and killed.
Shocking Photos Mock Officer Who Was Clubbed with His Own Gun | Fox News Insider

This going to cause crime to go up because blacklivesmatter. (A hate group who start their meetings quoting a cop killer) is winning a media war with half-truths, and lies with the help of reporters who want to verify their own belief system that the people arrested are solely victims of racism and not as reaction to their own actions.

We now have hipsters with their cell phones recording and frankly interfering with arrests on a regular basis. Some just question the officer to why is he being arrested--- fine-- but they they don't always except answer, it is the person being arrested business and not yours, it can cause a problem. Some people don't want the world to know their business and get offended if the cop tells it. A violation of their privacy. Sometimes the arrestee gets offended enough to turn on that hipster. Sometimes gets gets to be physical interference. A cell phone camera is not give authority to approach and interfere with the arrest despite their intentions. They can film all they want from a distance that does not interfere. Not good enough by some.

The criminals get more embolden by this. Cops now retreat or are going to become empty suits. Cops are afiad to even defend themselves. What are they going to do for your loved ones?

http://nypost.com/2015/08/07/cops-injured-outside-apartment-complex/
http://abc7ny.com/news/nypd-officers-attacked-during-arrest-in-the-bronx;-3-arrested/797370/

How does it hurt you. When someone breaks into your home, "unarmed". Or attacks you, "unarmed" even if the unarmed person is hitting with a metal pole ( in the NYC "squeegee case" the metal pole weilding 6 foot 4 crack head was called "unarmed' by the DA's office and the press), you will be the one on trial, Mr gun owner even when the guy is clearly a bad guy
 

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Let the thugs police themselves, we see how well that turned out in Baltimore. No matter what a cop does today he is wrong, so . I'd say F- IT this is what happens when you back the dirtbags. The black life's matter group's, why aren't they dealing with the black on black violence or the gangs, nope nothing to see here let's go after the cops. Time for more riots it's been awhile, need some new S!!!.
 

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I noticed the part about his decision to enter rather than establish a perimeter also. For obvious reasons, that made me pause also.

Personally, I'm all for establishing perimeters for ALL criminal events while the details shake out. In our hyper-anti-cop country, cops should absolutely not be taking any actions prior to a lengthy investigation attended to by attorneys. Unfortunately, that's not reality yet and I am more liable to catch trouble for hesitating even though the media/racialists/anti-'s want me to.

Best case nowadays is to really, really think before taking action, cease all proactive police work, and immediately formulate a proper explanation as to why any given crime did not merit intervention.
 

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The "how does it hurt you" is not really valid. Something happening in my home is nothing like a cop shooting someone outside of my home. The castle doctrine even applies to NY residents.

Will the officer that killed Zachary Hammond be fired?

"But an attorney for Hammond's family says an independent autopsy commissioned by the family determined that the car wasn't moving when the teen was shot in the back.

Zachary's parents believe local authorities have been less than forthcoming about what happened.
"I just don't feel that the Seneca police department is being honest about a lot of things. Their stories keep changing," said Angie Hammond. "We just lost a lot of confidence -- confidence that we did have with the police."



Where is the no justice no peace protest for him? I doubt anything will happen because it does not fir the agenda.
 

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It is unfortunate that legitimate acts of self defense and good police work are being compromised, You have to realize that this behavior has not arisen out of thin air.

There are many instances where things have gone too far in the name of safety or ego causing violations of rights and death. Because of these instances washed under the rug, more instances occurred due to a feeling of indestructibility.

The biproduct of all this washing under the rug is now it has gotten out of control and it affects the good cop.

The people are tired and now view any action whether good or bad as hostile. The good cop now suffers due to the lack of previously removing the bad apple.

The situation sucks. I do not condone the people's actions but I understand why it happening and I understand management is now wanting to cover their behinds. The tragedy is now at the expense of a good cop instead of the previous one that got swept under.
 

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the Biggest problem for me is the Trial by Press!

That Poor Dentist has his business ruined and was convicted by Aholes of social media, even before we know if he did anything wrong.
Same with the cops. if they do something wrong, then FRY them!

But dont let Activists try them on Facebook!
 
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