Distrubing Trend in Fayette County
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#24 Dec 1, 2012
TheOnlyKermit wrote:
My concern about the increasing number of individuals from Fayette County showing up on the SRJ site with head and facial injuries has certainly sparked a violent tirade from my evil twin.
I am merely bringing this to others' attention, not accusing anyone of anything. But, if I or other concerned persons were to video an unprovoked beating by certain law enforcement officers, we could weed out the dangerous ones.
No one can convince me that there aren't some bad apples in every agency. One or two men who get their kicks out of taking a whack at someone's head to make themselves feel powerful.
A complaint against a brutal officer goes no where without video proof. The dash camera in the cruiser mysteriously gets turned off when one of these "accused" winds up with their head or face busted and they are charged with "resisting arrest" or some other butt-covering charge.
I am a hard-working, tax-paying, American, who believes our law enforcement community is there to protect EVERYONE, including those accused of breaking the law. I expect them to act professionally and treat all members of the public with respect. I have never seen a picture of a police officer with a black eye, or stitches in their heads.
You, evil twin, appear to be paranoid and hostile, with a tendency toward violence and demeaning behavior yourself. I would be hiding in the bushes from YOU too. Scary, scary man.
masaad ayoob

Beckley, WV

#25 Dec 3, 2012
I recommend a full size, but concealable potatoe gun for the bad guys, infact, after i kicked in the door its what i used on my ol lady when i came home early n caught her in the bed with them mexicans. I put them outta commission too, no. more tacos for little tito and the posse. But hey, i can do that kind of stuff because im downright arrogant, im also educated in the fine arts, n like to fondle breasts in my spare time. Now if u will excuse me im bout to make me a holster out of cabbage.
Gauley Bridge Boy

Rougemont, NC

#26 Dec 6, 2012
hmmmm...understand the debate here, but without taking sides i almost always give the benefit of the doubt to law enforcement. try doing what they do for one day and your perspective will change...
grain of salt

Beckley, WV

#27 Dec 6, 2012
Do any of you remember officer Gorden Gregory? I know I am telling my age a bit here, but anyway, I was working at a grocery store in Oak Hill in about 1980 when this guy came into the store obviously drunk. He wasn't doing anything, just stumbling around in the store. The manager called the police. Officer Gregory walked up to the guy, took out this huge flashlight, and busted the guy in the head with it. Blood spurted everywhere and the guy collapsed into the floor. Officer Gregory and his partner drug him out of the store. After seeing this, I will never be able to give law enforcement the benefit of the doubt. It was awful.

Summersville, WV

#28 Dec 6, 2012
Police in Fayette County abuse the law they're sworn to proect all the time. I can't count the times I've seen them speeding down main street at night at ridiculous speeds without their police lights on. Obviously, if they were going to the scene of a crime, they would use these lights, right? I mean, there purpose is to not only signal a vehicle to pull over, but as an alert system to innocent pedestrians that they are proceeding at a high speed and could be a risk to public safety. But they're NOT using them! Which tells me, these police officers are merely speeding down main street, just cause they can get away with it. THAT IS ABUSING AUTHORITY!!!

I've also seen them driving using cellphones and TEXTING as recently as last weekend.

How are we suppose to respect these officers when they have no respect for the community or law they serve????

Mount Hope, WV

#29 Dec 6, 2012
Gauley Bridge Boy wrote:
hmmmm...understand the debate here, but without taking sides i almost always give the benefit of the doubt to law enforcement. try doing what they do for one day and your perspective will change...
whats the ole saying? cant take the heat, get out the kitchen,,lol

Demotte, IN

#30 Dec 8, 2012
I know sounds like u have a suicidel way of thinking
.dead man walking!!


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#32 Dec 9, 2012
In the large cities in America for the last decade or so the police are called the new American mafia. Since Rodney Rodney King they have become very good at covering their asses against anyone that catches them breaking the laws,they are judge ,jury and exacusioner so to speak. If you think other wise let them catch you filming them and you will catch some kind of charge and maybe a ass whooping. There are good cops out there but still will wont go against there brotherhood to protect there own even when they break the law.

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