Are the moberly police guilty of murder?

Are the moberly police guilty of murder?

Created by I smell Bacon on Sep 3, 2008

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Gunther

Waterloo, Canada

#121 Sep 9, 2010
Sounds like you want to do something for him with your mouth.....cop lover
Concerned

Philadelphia, PA

#122 Sep 9, 2010
and who's story would that be?
cop lover

Philadelphia, PA

#123 Sep 9, 2010
I hope the cops clean up some of the trash in this town.
my thoughts

Paramus, NJ

#124 Sep 10, 2010
I agree!! Beginning with themselves.
dumbass above

Philadelphia, PA

#125 Sep 13, 2010
^^Stupid^^
my thoughts

Paramus, NJ

#126 Sep 15, 2010
LOL but true!! Start with that then go on to other things!!
someone who cares

Saint Peters, MO

#127 Dec 1, 2010
If you are the dumb ass that took Stanley Harlan's cross out of the front yard of there he was killed, I hope you return it in the shape you found it. Just put it back. It may not mean anything to you but it does his family.
someone who cares

Saint Peters, MO

#128 Jan 30, 2011
its coming up on Stanley Harlan birthday on Feb 5, hope no one forgets. He is also missed and Loved.
anon

Madison, MO

#129 Jan 30, 2011
they hit him with a taser for 30 seconds!! even the owner of the company that makes the tasers said that was uncalled for. the amount of time it takes to incapicitate a human being is about 5 seconds.hmm they have to take a training course to even get a taser what exactly didn't this "cop" or "cops" know? they may not have known exactly what was going to happen but they had a pretty good idea. speaking of ideas, lets hook these cops to one and let the kids family zap the piss out of them.
anon

Madison, MO

#130 Jan 30, 2011
if you're not from here,and you don't know anything, or any of the people involved,please keep your opinion to yourself. unless you are from here you don't get it, you don't know how crooked these cops are. don't believe me? too bad i don't care! I seen 4 cops pull over an 80yr old man with their hands on their guns!! I've watched my friends get pulled over, searched, and harassed, for nothing more then forgetting to use a turn signal. I've seen people get arrested for walking downtown after dark, not because its illegal, but because they have the wrong last name. Meanwhile the niwit down the street can beat the hell out of his girlfriend, cops show up and do nothing because there's no proof, obviously bloody noses and black eyes don't count, but it probably doesn't have a thing to do with the fact that his mommy works for the sheriffs dept. give me a break. around here its who you are and who you know. I mean its not exactly a secret that a certain ex-judge has had a cocaine problem for more years then i've been alive, but nothing ever came of that. and even after he finally got voted off the bench, he's still a lawyer. doesn't that just ooze confidence for our local law enforcement
average joe

Macon, MO

#131 Dec 24, 2012
Officers go into police work hopefully to better their communities. These people sacrifice themselves for a public that hates them and judges their actions without understanding, or a thought towards the officer’s position. In cases of tazer use, alternative options could result in greater risk of harm for the officer and the subject. It is tragic that the kid died. I was shirttail kin to him. However, I believe that it was an accident and the officer was purposely using nonlethal force. If you intend to kill someone, one doesn't generally go for a tazer.

The people hurt most by his death are his friends and close family. Because of their hurt, they cannot see any side other then their own. They cannot place themselves in the officer’s shoes. They see no justice in any justification the officer had. Had the kid had a gun pointed at the officer and the officer had shot him, they would still say how could he kill my son, my brother, my friend.

Police officers are people just like everyone else. No one knows everything and gets everything right. Yet the public still expects this of police.

I don't know the whole story, I don't think anyone does. All we can do is try to think objectively and mourn the lost.

Nobody wins in situations like this.
average joe

Macon, MO

#132 Dec 24, 2012
anon wrote:
if you're not from here,and you don't know anything, or any of the people involved,please keep your opinion to yourself. unless you are from here you don't get it, you don't know how crooked these cops are. don't believe me? too bad i don't care! I seen 4 cops pull over an 80yr old man with their hands on their guns!! I've watched my friends get pulled over, searched, and harassed, for nothing more then forgetting to use a turn signal. I've seen people get arrested for walking downtown after dark, not because its illegal, but because they have the wrong last name. Meanwhile the niwit down the street can beat the hell out of his girlfriend, cops show up and do nothing because there's no proof, obviously bloody noses and black eyes don't count, but it probably doesn't have a thing to do with the fact that his mommy works for the sheriffs dept. give me a break. around here its who you are and who you know. I mean its not exactly a secret that a certain ex-judge has had a cocaine problem for more years then i've been alive, but nothing ever came of that. and even after he finally got voted off the bench, he's still a lawyer. doesn't that just ooze confidence for our local law enforcement
Old people can kill cops just the same as young people.
Lizzie

United States

#133 Dec 27, 2012
average joe wrote:
Officers go into police work hopefully to better their communities. These people sacrifice themselves for a public that hates them and judges their actions without understanding, or a thought towards the officer’s position. In cases of tazer use, alternative options could result in greater risk of harm for the officer and the subject. It is tragic that the kid died. I was shirttail kin to him. However, I believe that it was an accident and the officer was purposely using nonlethal force. If you intend to kill someone, one doesn't generally go for a tazer.
The people hurt most by his death are his friends and close family. Because of their hurt, they cannot see any side other then their own. They cannot place themselves in the officer’s shoes. They see no justice in any justification the officer had. Had the kid had a gun pointed at the officer and the officer had shot him, they would still say how could he kill my son, my brother, my friend.
Police officers are people just like everyone else. No one knows everything and gets everything right. Yet the public still expects this of police.
I don't know the whole story, I don't think anyone does. All we can do is try to think objectively and mourn the lost.
Nobody wins in situations like this.
I think that the problem is...not Police but MOBERLY POLICE. While we have had some great ones, good to the kids, respected by the kiids, always ready to help--very trusted in the community. Others, seem to spend more time shirking their responsibilities than doing their damn job.

Oh...and God help us if the offender is a friend or family member. Either way, there is no professionalism. They will either go OVERBOARD to try to prove they are being fair and the person actually get the shaft OR they ignore the issue all together to try to save and protect the person they want to protect.

There is no consistency or honesty in the department. Its ran with incompetence. By the way, I think some of the Officers are wonderful and I am so gald that they are out there protecting our community and kids from others, each other and from their own stupidity.

I am always glad when I see the Highway Patrol in town--it makes me feel safer!
itsnotover

United States

#134 Dec 30, 2012
I don't understand how anyone can sit here and say it's over they got a bunch of money who gives a shit about the money anyone in a situation like this would rather have their loved one over any Amount of cash some people are just idiots those cops killed and justice will be served it isn't over r.I.p Stan
poor excuse

Mexico, MO

#135 Dec 30, 2012
I'm sure the officers involved have had to deal with these the unpleasant outcome in their own ways. However, that doesn't excuse the poor job they did that resulted in death. Stanley was initially tazed for 21 seconds. Then again for 7 seconds. Then again for 3 seconds. Whether he was compliant or not became a moot point after the first several seconds. After a total of 31 seconds of 50,000 volts or whatever it is he wasn't assisted with his breathing as he should have been, per policy, and he wasn't even taken to the fucking hospital for another half an hour to 45 minutes for God's sake. How is any of this even a question. It's ridiculous. He could have been more compliant, sure, but he absolutely should be here to tell that for himself.
whoopitydoo

Bevier, MO

#136 Jan 1, 2013
if you think for one minute that police are good people, you are a fool. moberly police are guilty one hundred percent. support these ass plugs all you want til it's your kid they just "lawfully " restrained and "accidentally" killed. the kid they killed was sleeping with the ex girlfriend of the cop that killed him. I don't give one Shit what a cop says, if I haven't done anything wrong, then drop your phone and get on the ground is NOT a reasonable request. drop YOUR gun and get on the ground, asshole. it is situations such as this one that prove that citizens need to be armed at least as well as police. they killed an innocent citizen, a young boy who had his whole life ahead of him, for personal reasons. now, that being said, if you are thinking about replying to this and pointing out spelling errors or punctuation errors, keep it to yourself. if you don't have an intelligent reply, keep it to yourself, because I'm not sure what my iq is, but I know it's up there, at least 20 points higher than most of the people who post on here. this town sucks, the people in it suck, Scott Hayes and Mike fussleman REALLY suck, the city council, city police, and courts of this town and county are twisted and corrupt, and have ruined this town. I'm leaving as soon as I can and God willing, I'll never come back.

Since: Jun 12

United States

#137 Jan 2, 2013
whoopitydoo wrote:
if you think for one minute that police are good people, you are a fool. moberly police are guilty one hundred percent. support these ass plugs all you want til it's your kid they just "lawfully " restrained and "accidentally" killed. the kid they killed was sleeping with the ex girlfriend of the cop that killed him. I don't give one Shit what a cop says, if I haven't done anything wrong, then drop your phone and get on the ground is NOT a reasonable request. drop YOUR gun and get on the ground, asshole. it is situations such as this one that prove that citizens need to be armed at least as well as police. they killed an innocent citizen, a young boy who had his whole life ahead of him, for personal reasons. now, that being said, if you are thinking about replying to this and pointing out spelling errors or punctuation errors, keep it to yourself. if you don't have an intelligent reply, keep it to yourself, because I'm not sure what my iq is, but I know it's up there, at least 20 points higher than most of the people who post on here. this town sucks, the people in it suck, Scott Hayes and Mike fussleman REALLY suck, the city council, city police, and courts of this town and county are twisted and corrupt, and have ruined this town. I'm leaving as soon as I can and God willing, I'll never come back.
. Lol
Mel

Longview, TX

#138 Jan 12, 2018
You know they are! Hopefully one day they will burn for just standing there patting each other on the butt and feeling like big men!
Huntsville resident

Fulton, MO

#139 Jan 14, 2018
anon wrote:
if you're not from here,and you don't know anything, or any of the people involved,please keep your opinion to yourself. unless you are from here you don't get it, you don't know how crooked these cops are. don't believe me? too bad i don't care! I seen 4 cops pull over an 80yr old man with their hands on their guns!! I've watched my friends get pulled over, searched, and harassed, for nothing more then forgetting to use a turn signal. I've seen people get arrested for walking downtown after dark, not because its illegal, but because they have the wrong last name. Meanwhile the niwit down the street can beat the hell out of his girlfriend, cops show up and do nothing because there's no proof, obviously bloody noses and black eyes don't count, but it probably doesn't have a thing to do with the fact that his mommy works for the sheriffs dept. give me a break. around here its who you are and who you know. I mean its not exactly a secret that a certain ex-judge has had a cocaine problem for more years then i've been alive, but nothing ever came of that. and even after he finally got voted off the bench, he's still a lawyer. doesn't that just ooze confidence for our local law enforcement
And look at him now back on the judges bench! Oh what a county we live in!
Jack V

Kansas City, MO

#140 Jan 14, 2018
Huntsville resident wrote:
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And look at him now back on the judges bench! Oh what a county we live in!
Here we go again. More of the famous Moberly Rumor Mill Bulls*t. It hasn't been true for over 30 years. In the mid-90's, there was a drug raid and the people arrested tried to claim that half the city/county officials were part of an elaborate drug ring here. The FBI and State Police came in and quietly did an investigation. Proved to be a total waste of time. But the idiot rumor mill keeps the dream alive.

Actually I love the Moberly Rumor Mill. We love to sit around and laugh at the nonsense that comes up next.

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