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PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 5:10 pm 
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their actions. A guy was attempted to be stopped for no taillights in Monroe NC this week. Monroe is 15 min east of charlotte and about 20 min south from my house. The moron would not stop and took off, jumped out of his vehicle at a metro pcs store and went inside... oh yea, he was carrying a rifle. Then he decided that he would exit the store and challenge the cops with the rifle....he lost

They shot him full of holes, one more moron removed from the planet, that is a great thing

FYI, he was white.... no riots so far

So in the last two weeks we had the guy with the knife in kali that refused to drop it and got dropped for that moron action, and another case in the charlotte area of a guy that challenged state troopers and lost (dead)

But your issue is none of these morons is good poster boys for your "pigs are bad" crap. And what is hilarious is these morons have not learned yet that when you threaten a human with a weapon, you may lose big time.

FYI, last night some idiot got charlotte its 66th murder, shot a guy in a house that both were at. Black people love shooting other black people i guess.


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their actions. A guy was attempted to be stopped for no taillights in Monroe NC this week. Monroe is 15 min east of charlotte and about 20 min south from my house. The moron would not stop and took off, jumped out of his vehicle at a metro pcs store and went inside... oh yea, he was carrying a rifle. Then he decided that he would exit the store and challenge the cops with the rifle....he lost

They shot him full of holes, one more moron removed from the planet, that is a great thing

FYI, he was white.... no riots so far

So in the last two weeks we had the guy with the knife in kali that refused to drop it and got dropped for that moron action, and another case in the charlotte area of a guy that challenged state troopers and lost (dead)

But your issue is none of these morons is good poster boys for your "pigs are bad" crap. And what is hilarious is these morons have not learned yet that when you threaten a human with a weapon, you may lose big time.

FYI, last night some idiot got charlotte its 66th murder, shot a guy in a house that both were at. Black people love shooting other black people i guess.


I do appreciate the updates. Thank you.

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If IP is as terrified of police misconduct as he pretends to be, he really farked up by moving to New York City.

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If IP is as terrified of police misconduct as he pretends to be, he really farked up by moving to New York City.


Not sure why you would say that. As a whole, the NYPD is better than most.

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If IP is as terrified of police misconduct as he pretends to be, he really farked up by moving to New York City.


Not sure why you would say that. As a whole, the NYPD is better than most.


And the St. Louis cops are good, challenging them during a riot is in general a pretty bad idea, don't you think. Esp. considering that a few of them had already been put into hospitals by the rioters


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cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
USN_Hokie wrote:
If IP is as terrified of police misconduct as he pretends to be, he really farked up by moving to New York City.


Not sure why you would say that. As a whole, the NYPD is better than most.


And the St. Louis cops are good, challenging them during a riot is in general a pretty bad idea, don't you think. Esp. considering that a few of them had already been put into hospitals by the rioters


We disagree that the pizza owner's actions, if as portrayed in this article, should have been construed to a professional police officer as a challenge. This is one place where we disagree, and will likely always disagree no matter how many posts we make about this.

A second place where we will disagree is what should prompt action from a police officer. "Being challenged" in the sense that one's manhood is challenged in a bar or any other pissing contest, is not a sufficient reason to initiate action, thereby escalating the situation. This is pig attitude. Again, we will not come to an agreement on this.

I will likely refrain from commenting further here for the above reasons. Please do not take this as a refusal to discuss, but merely a realistic, time-efficient, assessment of the situation.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 11:34 am 
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ip_law-hokie wrote:
cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
USN_Hokie wrote:
If IP is as terrified of police misconduct as he pretends to be, he really farked up by moving to New York City.


Not sure why you would say that. As a whole, the NYPD is better than most.


And the St. Louis cops are good, challenging them during a riot is in general a pretty bad idea, don't you think. Esp. considering that a few of them had already been put into hospitals by the rioters


We disagree that the pizza owner's actions, if as portrayed in this article, should have been construed to a professional police officer as a challenge. This is one place where we disagree, and will likely always disagree no matter how many posts we make about this.

A second place where we will disagree is what should prompt action from a police officer. "Being challenged" in the sense that one's manhood is challenged in a bar or any other pissing contest, is not a sufficient reason to initiate action, thereby escalating the situation. This is pig attitude. Again, we will not come to an agreement on this.

I will likely refrain from commenting further here for the above reasons. Please do not take this as a refusal to discuss, but merely a realistic, time-efficient, assessment of the situation.



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