Police Harassing People!!!!!!
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Yep

Palm City, FL

#41 Mar 14, 2013
jkm429 wrote:
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I probably spent too long on this post as it is, but I type fast.
Way too long.

Since: May 10

Morehead, KY

#42 Mar 14, 2013
Yep wrote:
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Way too long.
My bad, officer.
Yep

Palm City, FL

#43 Mar 14, 2013
jkm429 wrote:
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My bad, officer.
Ok Bub. Just don't let it happen again. Move along now.

Since: May 10

Morehead, KY

#44 Mar 14, 2013
Yep wrote:
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Ok Bub. Just don't let it happen again. Move along now.
eagle 3

Ashland, KY

#45 Mar 26, 2013
Only kind of people who get on here and complain about police are jobless thugs who spend there time doping, stealing, and in and out of jail ! Get a life ! Keep it up police !!!

Since: May 10

Morehead, KY

#46 Mar 26, 2013
eagle 3 wrote:
Only kind of people who get on here and complain about police are jobless thugs who spend there time doping, stealing, and in and out of jail ! Get a life ! Keep it up police !!!
I'd appreciate it if you don't lump me into that category , thanks. I pay bills, I don't do recreational drugs, I'm certainly NOT a thief and never will be, and I stay out of jail. Who are you again? Do you live under a bridge, troll?
Anything you say or do

Plummers Landing, KY

#47 Mar 26, 2013
IMO wrote:
Good people don't fear the police. If you are following the laws, you have nothing to fear.

If you want to be empowered, the choice is yours. If you want to be a victim, go ahead and keep whining.
Exercise your 4th Amendment Right to unreasonable searches.

You do not have to consent to a search of your vehicle.

Exercise your 5th Amendment right and politely refuse to answer probing personal questions or anything substantive to your traffic stop.

" No thank you, I always decline warrant less searches."

" I'm sorry officer but I have no comment."
Wisdom

Shelbyville, KY

#48 Mar 27, 2013
Then please be prepared to wait for a drug sniffing dog to give the officer the reason to search your car. Having insight, most of the time you have brought the stop on yourself. The government has so many rules they can use almost any excuse for probable cause, it may even be your history of legal entanglements that invites discovery.

Thank god we have the police, who do a job most of us would not want to do. Thank god for the citizens willing to stand up against the druggies and their dealers- they are the few who keep your town from sinking further into the abyss and having much higher crime rates.
viewer

Louisville, KY

#49 Mar 27, 2013
What a lot of people cannot comprehend is that law enforcement are not super men. They are husbands, fathers, sons, daughters, cousins, and friends. They see the worst from humankind on a daily basis. They show up to fatal car wrecks caused by drunk drivers. They show up to homes where the husband has beat the wife black and blue. They show up to parties where brothers have shot and stabbed one another. They investigate when a five year old has been sexually abused by her uncle. They find teenagers who have overdosed on drugs that have been sold to this child by a drug dealer who they have arrested several times but has been released again by the court system. After all of this, they go home to their families to deal with everyday life like the rest us. Now, I don't know how many people reading this would do this, or could do this for a living, but this is what they deal with every single day. To top it off, they have to deal with the politics of the court system and what they choose to do. Then they have to hear from the public. Not all wearing the badge should, and some over stay their time after witnessing too many incidents difficult for the mind to handle. I think all in all, from the state police post to the local police forces, we are very fortunate and blessed with the men and women we have serving and protecting us. Go to jail tracker and you show me a person in jail that doesn't deserve to be there, and that you are not thankful that the law enforcement put them in there. And I hope they roughed a few up while bringing them into custody (lol).
Wisdom

Shelbyville, KY

#50 Mar 27, 2013
Very well stated.
Anything you say or do

Plummers Landing, KY

#51 Mar 27, 2013
Early

Morehead, KY

#52 Apr 1, 2013
Earlier I saw a state trooper turn onto the road by seal master. He was driving with his right hand ONLY because his left hand was holding his cell phone and he was laughing. He didn't even put on a signal for turning.
It really gets on my nerves to see this because you know they would pull you over in a heart beat to meet their quota.

ALSO, YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO ALLOW THE OTHER DRIVERS ON THE ROAD, THE OPPORTUNITY TO SLOW DOWN!

USE SIGNALS! IF YOU CAN'T BECAUSE YOU ARE ON THE PHONE, GET OFF THE PHONE.
Early

Morehead, KY

#53 Apr 1, 2013
viewer wrote:
What a lot of people cannot comprehend is that law enforcement are not super men. They are husbands, fathers, sons, daughters, cousins, and friends. They see the worst from humankind on a daily basis. They show up to fatal car wrecks caused by drunk drivers. They show up to homes where the husband has beat the wife black and blue. They show up to parties where brothers have shot and stabbed one another. They investigate when a five year old has been sexually abused by her uncle. They find teenagers who have overdosed on drugs that have been sold to this child by a drug dealer who they have arrested several times but has been released again by the court system. After all of this, they go home to their families to deal with everyday life like the rest us. Now, I don't know how many people reading this would do this, or could do this for a living, but this is what they deal with every single day. To top it off, they have to deal with the politics of the court system and what they choose to do. Then they have to hear from the public. Not all wearing the badge should, and some over stay their time after witnessing too many incidents difficult for the mind to handle. I think all in all, from the state police post to the local police forces, we are very fortunate and blessed with the men and women we have serving and protecting us. Go to jail tracker and you show me a person in jail that doesn't deserve to be there, and that you are not thankful that the law enforcement put them in there. And I hope they roughed a few up while bringing them into custody (lol).
You hope they roughed up a few bringing them in?
Violence breeds violence! To abuse their authority, you hope and to not have them "hear from the public."

A lot of police officers ARE good people but hearing from the public shouldn't be an issue. They more than anyone else, know that there ARE police officers that abuse their authority.
They keep us in check, we keep them in check. Any place where the public is silenced ends up in an uproar. Tons of countries are over run with crime because the public was silenced.

GRANTED, people do talk trash on topix, they are cruel, rude, and insensitive but it's NOT going to happen. Police officers aren't an ultimate authority, they don't rule the world here in the United States. They will be held to a higher standard. They knew some general idea of what they were signing on for and I am thankful they signed on for it. I appreciate it.
Susan

Morehead, KY

#54 Apr 2, 2013
Police should at least be responsible enough to follow the rules that everyone else needs to follow to ensure safety.
It's common sense really.

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