Good job law enforcement

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Oh yeah

Marion, NC

#1 Mar 13, 2014
They conducted a drug bust with drugs having a street value of $840,000-$1,820,000!!!!! Excellent work!!!!
Oh No

Marion, NC

#2 Mar 13, 2014
It probably had a value much higher, but the l.e.o. had to get their share.
Oh yeah

Marion, NC

#3 Mar 13, 2014
Oh No wrote:
It probably had a value much higher, but the l.e.o. had to get their share.
Really? Does that really go on? I've seen it in movies but didn't think it happened in real life.
Just saying

Marion, NC

#4 Mar 13, 2014
I doubt that the LEOs "got their share." They are busy bringing home a brother who risked and lost his life protecting the likes of you, and protecting your right to bad mouth them even as they do that. Every field has bad apples. No doubt. Overall, these people are good, honest people who endanger themselves for you day in and day out. Turn on the news.
opt

Marion, NC

#5 Mar 13, 2014
Just saying wrote:
I doubt that the LEOs "got their share." They are busy bringing home a brother who risked and lost his life protecting the likes of you, and protecting your right to bad mouth them even as they do that. Every field has bad apples. No doubt. Overall, these people are good, honest people who endanger themselves for you day in and day out. Turn on the news.
. " REALLY" ..........someone must be blowing smoke up your #%#.Number one reason these guys become officers is the "Look" at me , I'm not that dork you knew me as in school.........LOL.....other reasons included are : Closet dwellers, pick up women, power trip, ECT. This happens everywhere : dipping in /making deals ......THINK......Which officer may be with your wife while your at work......
Just saying

Marion, NC

#6 Mar 13, 2014
opt wrote:
<quoted text>. " REALLY" ..........someone must be blowing smoke up your #%#.Number one reason these guys become officers is the "Look" at me , I'm not that dork you knew me as in school.........LOL.....other reasons included are : Closet dwellers, pick up women, power trip, ECT. This happens everywhere : dipping in /making deals ......THINK......Which officer may be with your wife while your at work......
Sounds like sour grapes to me. Did you get a ticket or something? Or did your wife ditch you for an LEO? Bound to be one or the other. Your amount of resentment makes it pretty obvious. You are one of those who will badmouth and berate, but will be the first to call upon these same LEOs when you need assistance. You know what? They will be there for you, no matter how rude and disrespectful you are.
just chillin

Marion, NC

#7 Mar 13, 2014
Just saying wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like sour grapes to me. Did you get a ticket or something? Or did your wife ditch you for an LEO? Bound to be one or the other. Your amount of resentment makes it pretty obvious. You are one of those who will badmouth and berate, but will be the first to call upon these same LEOs when you need assistance. You know what? They will be there for you, no matter how rude and disrespectful you are.
That's their job lol to "protect and serve"!! There's "bad apples" in every job..
There's the good ones and bad ones and it seems that the good ones always gets shot/killed!! But they died doing "their job" that they wanted. My thoughts & prayers are with the crisp family. a family member of mine was one of jasons bestfriends. That is a very sad situation.. But no matter what job you may have there's bad in 5 out of 10 people!!!!! So don't be one of those 5 people and be the change you want to see in the world:)
Seriously

Marion, NC

#8 Mar 13, 2014
Law Enforcement here to ENFORCE the law. They don't protect us. If you really believe that you are naive. Some police officers would place themselves in harms way to save someone's life. That's a rare situation. You must protect yourself. No offense but there are a bunch of trigger happy cops and it needs to stop. The old war vet that was reaching for his cane did NOT deserve to get shot. It's happens all the time too . While I appreciate the good cops they are few and far between.
Marion

Marion, NC

#9 Mar 13, 2014
Tell that to Officer Jason Crisp family
Seriously

Marion, NC

#10 Mar 13, 2014
Marion wrote:
Tell that to Officer Jason Crisp family
I'm very sorry for their lose. I'm sure they are out of their minds with grief. If a man will shoot his own mother then he will shoot anyone.
No More

Marion, NC

#11 Mar 13, 2014
Just saying wrote:
I doubt that the LEOs "got their share." They are busy bringing home a brother who risked and lost his life protecting the likes of you, and protecting your right to bad mouth them even as they do that. Every field has bad apples. No doubt. Overall, these people are good, honest people who endanger themselves for you day in and day out. Turn on the news.
While I applaud the efforts of good cops, they chose this profession unless law enforcement conscription has been enacted and I am not aware of it.

A single "bad apple" in law enforcement is one too many. Law enforcement officers should be held to higher standards, whether it be ethically, morally or following "laws." As our country is quick becoming a military state where even local small town departments are receiving military equipment, I would like to know how many current law enforcement officers will continue to tow the line of being "legal" as the rights of citizens rights are encroached on further each day. YouTube is full of videos of cops doing extra-legal activities, we have TSA officers molesting people on a daily basis, by far the highest per capita ratio of imprisoned citizens in the free world, et al.

Yes, the prision-industrial complex is here, it is growing and it is a damn shame.
Wyatt Derp

Marion, NC

#12 Mar 13, 2014
A year ago today, they were on their quiet suburban route when, without any warning, an LAPD officer aimed his revolver at the driver side cabin and fired a shot. Within seconds, 8 LAPD officers would fire a total of 103 bullets at their vehicle. "We are being shot at, we are being shot at!" the younger woman screamed. She would emerge unhurt. Two bullets hit her elderly mother in the back.

Miraculously, both women survived the barrage of bullets. And L.A. officials would approve a $4.7 million settlement to compensate them for the traumatic ordeal. Luckily, no one else in the neighborhood was hurt, although a civilian review reports that "the investigation revealed there were ballistic impacts located on seven homes and nine civilian vehicles, which consisted of both gunshots and shotgun pellets." They could've easily killed someone else, or one another.

A year would pass before these 8 officers learned their fate. In fact, it was just announced this week. The LAPD agree they violated policy. Their punishment? Retraining.
Wyatt Derp

Marion, NC

#13 Mar 13, 2014
I'm pretty sure if I cost my company $4.7 million my ass would be gone/ fired . " You'll never work in this town again!" Kinda thing. Not if you are the police it seems. They can shoot children and unarmed people and not get in a bit of trouble. Sadists with badges some of them.
opt

Marion, NC

#14 Mar 13, 2014
Just saying wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds like sour grapes to me. Did you get a ticket or something? Or did your wife ditch you for an LEO? Bound to be one or the other. Your amount of resentment makes it pretty obvious. You are one of those who will badmouth and berate, but will be the first to call upon these same LEOs when you need assistance. You know what? They will be there for you, no matter how rude and disrespectful you are.
. Don't get me confused with your mama.No resentment here, just being HONEST. For your information if I have an issue I'm not a pus like you seem to be, I know how to take care of things myself.
Common

United States

#15 Mar 13, 2014
Just saying wrote:
I doubt that the LEOs "got their share." They are busy bringing home a brother who risked and lost his life protecting the likes of you, and protecting your right to bad mouth them even as they do that. Every field has bad apples. No doubt. Overall, these people are good, honest people who endanger themselves for you day in and day out. Turn on the news.
True. The person who failed the public is the psychiatrist who did the evaluation that allowed Whisnant to be released after serving 1 year for killing his best friend. He confessed a month after he killed him. He should've been locked away. If therapists and Judges had to release these dope head chemically embalanced Loonies into their neighborhoods bet they'd think twice before setting them free. Cops see things they can never forget it's a never ending war.(Child abuse ,neglect domestic violence,prostitution,dope dealing, drug addicts, murder, rape, statutory rape) Most cops want to stop these things and I'm sure they get frustrated and their families worry about them. It's so sad when anyone dies serving our country or county and leaves behind children because they were trying to protect everyone, trying to make a difference. Thank you Jason. We appreciate you and our prayers are being sent up for your family for strength ,comfort and protection
No More

Marion, NC

#16 Mar 14, 2014
The intent of my discourse was not to disparage law enforcement en masse. Mr. Crisp paid the ultimate price over a scumbag that did not deserve to live. The officers that euthanized the perpetrator did a great service to the community! Any rational person will applaud his service and show a great deal of sympathy for him, his family as well as his friends.

As far as being mental imbalanced goes, the rates of depression, anxiety, suicide and alcohol abuse often average from 50% to an order of magnitude more than the general population in the United States. It would be my supposition that the citizens of this country should elevate our level of vigilance of policing the police to a hypervigalant state....since they are much more inclined to be imbalanced.

As far as watching the news? Yeah, right. How can an intellectually honest person believe the hyperbolic yellow journalism "news" from ABC, CBS, NBC and especially the cable news networks who are essentially state owned journalistic outlets? Most attempts at covering any type of state sponsored corruption, whether it be at the city/county/state/federal levels and regardless of the government entity involved, with a modicum of true journalistic integrity are met with attempts of cover up, et al.

There needs to be TRUE oversight of policing powers. As it is now, we are evolving into a jack booted police authority state. Let us know how it goes the next time you are at the airport and your grandparent or child is legally molested and all of the similar related horror stories.

The ease at which officers can be filmed now, LEGALLY, despite hundreds of their attempts at thwarting and distorting the law - while attempting to substitute and implement THEIR version of the law, would make the founding fathers happy!

Fwiw, the pyschiatrist screwed up royally! The judge screwed up worse! He/she certainly has sentencing guidelines to follow but his sentence was about a lifetime too short. The citizens should have the judge dethroned, if he/she isn't already. The judge is more complicit than the shrink and should have to make a public apology to everyone involved.

One last note, everyone reading these forums should pay forward to any upstanding public servants.
dirty Harry

Burnsville, NC

#17 Mar 14, 2014
Wyatt Derp wrote:
A year ago today, they were on their quiet suburban route when, without any warning, an LAPD officer aimed his revolver at the driver side cabin and fired a shot. Within seconds, 8 LAPD officers would fire a total of 103 bullets at their vehicle. "We are being shot at, we are being shot at!" the younger woman screamed. She would emerge unhurt. Two bullets hit her elderly mother in the back.
Miraculously, both women survived the barrage of bullets. And L.A. officials would approve a $4.7 million settlement to compensate them for the traumatic ordeal. Luckily, no one else in the neighborhood was hurt, although a civilian review reports that "the investigation revealed there were ballistic impacts located on seven homes and nine civilian vehicles, which consisted of both gunshots and shotgun pellets." They could've easily killed someone else, or one another.
A year would pass before these 8 officers learned their fate. In fact, it was just announced this week. The LAPD agree they violated policy. Their punishment? Retraining.
It was a coupla bad acting Nigguhs they shot at so it was understandable.
Just saying

Marion, NC

#18 Mar 14, 2014
opt wrote:
<quoted text>. Don't get me confused with your mama.No resentment here, just being HONEST. For your information if I have an issue I'm not a pus like you seem to be, I know how to take care of things myself.
I didn't realize I was conversing with a child. I will step out, now. I do hope, though, that you realize that there will be times in life when you may not be able to "take care of things yourself." We all have them. Have a little respect, that's all I'm saying.
Wyatt Derp

Marion, NC

#19 Mar 14, 2014
dirty Harry wrote:
<quoted text> It was a coupla bad acting Nigguhs they shot at so it was understandable.
it was two white women dumbass delivering newspapers
sweetjunie

Burnsville, NC

#20 Mar 16, 2014
bull sh..

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