Former Minneapolis cop prevails in co...

Former Minneapolis cop prevails in court again

There are 167 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 16, 2010, titled Former Minneapolis cop prevails in court again. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

For the first time in quite a while, Jason Andersen allowed himself a deep breath Wednesday.

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Realist

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Nov 17, 2010
Disgusting bully.

He should be in jail for his crimes.

If he weren't a cop he would be. Get fair.
RUH ROH

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Nov 17, 2010
Albert there goes your civil suit.
No Spin

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Nov 18, 2010
Realist wrote:
Disgusting bully.
He should be in jail for his crimes.
If he weren't a cop he would be. Get fair.
What information can you share with this forum that would have convicted this cop. Please tell us what you know that the jury didn't hear. Please help us understand the investigation on these several cases and how the justice system screwed up so many times. Do you have any eye witness testomony to share.

I wouldn't want to think you are acting out of some bias towards this human being. This person has the same rights that are afforded to you and I. There have been several Police Officers convicted for things. They get no special treatment, in fact are held to a higher standard and are always convicted by the Media.

If you were a public figure would you want a public forum to judge you. Being judged by public opinion is unfair. I would not want to be tried by people who know nothing about the facts of the case that a jury heard. Officer Anderson has been found innocent in every court trial he has had to face. I would tend to believe the Justice system over a bunch of paper readers that get their info from a bunch a biased news reporters that are trying to sell papers.

I predicted in every case that this Officer was innocent. He was a VICTIM of political pressure, and I would not be surprised if he wins a large amount of money for the unjust treatment he has recieved.

All the cases against him are over. He will soon get his job back. I LOVE to say it folks, but I told you so.
Detective Jane

United States

#6 Nov 18, 2010
This is the kind of garbage bob Fletcher associated himself with. We at the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office are so thankfull to the voters of Ramsey County.
justice who

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Nov 18, 2010
just because he was not convicted doesn't mean he wasn't a bad cop or had bad intentions. it just means they couldn't prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.
Wheres Johnson

United States

#9 Nov 18, 2010
Let's think on this one. The "victim" doesn't testify. All they had to do was to contact the State of Michigan Department of Corrections, and have him transported from Marquette prison. But oh wait, why didn't that come up in court?????????? Way to go Jason.
Ghandi

Somerset, WI

#10 Nov 18, 2010
Great news for Andersen and all cops. Kick the snot out of all them, I say. Johnson is in Michigan because he is a rogue thug. Parents are most likely separated and don't give a dam. Losers! All idiot punk gang members go to the grand canyon, and jump!
EastSide_Thomas

Columbus, IN

#11 Nov 18, 2010
lobster68w wrote:
The pigs win again.
Yeah, you'll call him a "pig" until one of these slimeball gangbangers pulls a gun and starts shooting at another slimeball gangbang because of a perceived "disrespect". Too bad innocent bystanders always seem to catch the flying bullets. Then you will demand that this "pig" risk his life to protect your dumb rear end from the slimeballs because you can't do it yourself.

Go back to "celebrating diversity" while you still can.
NUTSTO

Tampa, FL

#14 Nov 18, 2010
For you folks who have not got the message yet: STAY OUT OF MINNEAPOLIS! A njerk like this can kick you in the head. A jerk like this can shoot and kill you. The Minne Apple just isn't worth it
bowater

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Nov 18, 2010
this guy has an anger issue and will be defending himself again soon. he should not be cop.
Slickster

Saint Paul, MN

#16 Nov 18, 2010
This guy is as slick as one time mobster, John Gotti!
EastSide_Thomas

Columbus, IN

#17 Nov 18, 2010
Bob White wrote:
Typical cop.... I wonder when people will stop blindly trusting these bastards, and our crooked justice system.
Hey Bob, maybe you should get off your fat liberal a-s-s and enroll in the police academy. Then when you're walking those dark Minneapolis streets and have to confront those wonderful murdering scumb*gs you can use your wisdom to get them to behave like good solid citizens. Wear a helmet though so your head doesn't break when it bounces off the sidewalk.
Rice St

Minneapolis, MN

#18 Nov 18, 2010
What you are seeing here, is the Leftist in MPLS targeting another Cop that does His Job.

The media shapes "Your" opinion and you run with it! Sheep!!

This Great Cop kicks Criminal A ZZ, the same Criminals that so many on here celebrate when they are found dead.

If I ever needed a Cop, this is the kind of Cop I want to show up at my Home!
Slick Willy

Minneapolis, MN

#19 Nov 18, 2010
this guy is more teflon than me.
JJB

Chaska, MN

#20 Nov 18, 2010
And he's still wants to go back to work in North Minneapolis to protect and serve. Is that what a thug would want? Great job Jason.
WOWW

Manchester, CT

#21 Nov 18, 2010
EastSide_Thomas wrote:
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Yeah, you'll call him a "pig" until one of these slimeball gangbangers pulls a gun and starts shooting at another slimeball gangbang because of a perceived "disrespect". Too bad innocent bystanders always seem to catch the flying bullets. Then you will demand that this "pig" risk his life to protect your dumb rear end from the slimeballs because you can't do it yourself.
Go back to "celebrating diversity" while you still can.
I'm on your side I love it when people are that dumb. I did a ride along the other day and a car was stolen so it was on the look out list and one of the description on the car was a bumper sticker that said, "We don't call 911." That sure didn't stop him though when his precious lil car got stolen. Ra - Tards!
DFL Donald

Saint Paul, MN

#24 Nov 18, 2010
Of course he prevails again. He is a cop. Very well trained at lying on the witness stand. He will always be able to do bad acts as a cop and get away with it!
P T Bull

Minneapolis, MN

#25 Nov 18, 2010
Boy, try as they might, the media just can't get this guy convicted. The sheeple are bleating and nothing is happening.

Loving all you perps complaining about the cops. Just imagine the comments about you when your arrest comes up in the paper.
something funny

Saint Paul, MN

#26 Nov 18, 2010
I think the "mall cop" business would be better suited for this fella.. Could you imagine him using "excessive force" since someone shoplifted from spencers? bahahahah
RightOn

Saint Paul, MN

#27 Nov 18, 2010
What did you expect? He lives in Bachmann's district - clearly the lowest IQ of all districts!!

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