Are most cops good ?

Are most cops good ?

Created by Uncle Tom on Sep 19, 2013

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Most cops are good

Most cops are bad

It's an even 50/50 mixture

Categorical imperatives are ludicrous

Uncle Tom

Louisville, KY

#21 Sep 21, 2013
I trust to hold myself to be held accountable, but I would not trust you to hold me accountable too. I don't even know you.

Texian

“One Nation, under God”

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#22 Sep 22, 2013
Being an "uncle tom" I'm sure you have alot to make sure keeps secret like they try to keep the corruption we ALL know goes on everywhere, ESPECIALLY with COPS and JUDGES!

Texian

“One Nation, under God”

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Since: Jul 07

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#23 Sep 22, 2013
Uncle Tom wrote:
I trust to hold myself to be held accountable, but I would not trust you to hold me accountable too. I don't even know you.
But you put blind-faith in a power-figure (cop/judge/jury) you don't know, with ONLY the Jury not being part of a corrupt government with NO RESPECT for the OATHS they take? That makes sense being an "uncle tom" and all, lolol
spartan

Louisville, KY

#24 Sep 22, 2013
Uncle Tom wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, I just smile and nice to everybody and everybody is nice to me. It's karma man, that's it. It's easy and simple, and it works, most nearly all the time. Just trust the authorities, they are always good, and have no problems in corruption... if they did, we would know about it. So clearly, whatever is going on backdoors, it's working, because everybody maintains the system as it is.
For the most part,,,you're somewhat accurate.Society would not be civilized without them. And for the most part,,,you don't hear about a lot of corruption from most law-enforcement agencies.
However,attitudes like yours only pave the way for future corruption as well as enables the already corrupt to conceal their corruption.
It's my opinion,that law-enforcement should be held to a higher standard than the public that they instruct on a daily basis with attitude and discipline.
As a matter of fact,the public giving blind praise to law-enforcement like you do,is why two State-Troopers can repeatedly molest a young girl,,,and "only" lose their job when they're caught.And that's also how Shelbyville police-officer Suzanne Marcum could shoot Trey Williams twice after subduing him with a taser,ask her superior if she can shoot him again on the taser video for the whole world to see,,,and get away with it.And even though Rodney King was a punk,,,do you believe that the police should have got away with that???
In short,,,you ain't doing anything right or anything good to enable karma when you give those guys praise in the blind.
You're only creating a bigger problem than already exists.
And no,I'm not saying that we should hate policemen.Only that they above all else on the planet,,,"need" to have every move they make,,,closely scrutinized.

“Ouch, my butt hurts!”

Since: Feb 13

Help! I'm in jail!

#25 Sep 22, 2013
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>For the most part,,,you're somewhat accurate.Society would not be civilized without them. And for the most part,,,you don't hear about a lot of corruption from most law-enforcement agencies.
However,attitudes like yours only pave the way for future corruption as well as enables the already corrupt to conceal their corruption.
It's my opinion,that law-enforcement should be held to a higher standard than the public that they instruct on a daily basis with attitude and discipline.
As a matter of fact,the public giving blind praise to law-enforcement like you do,is why two State-Troopers can repeatedly molest a young girl,,,and "only" lose their job when they're caught.And that's also how Shelbyville police-officer Suzanne Marcum could shoot Trey Williams twice after subduing him with a taser,ask her superior if she can shoot him again on the taser video for the whole world to see,,,and get away with it.And even though Rodney King was a punk,,,do you believe that the police should have got away with that???
In short,,,you ain't doing anything right or anything good to enable karma when you give those guys praise in the blind.
You're only creating a bigger problem than already exists.
And no,I'm not saying that we should hate policemen.Only that they above all else on the planet,,,"need" to have every move they make,,,closely scrutinized.
Didn't I see you in jail, yo?
spartan

Louisville, KY

#26 Sep 22, 2013
Jail House Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>Didn't I see you in jail, yo?
Highly possible.

“Ouch, my butt hurts!”

Since: Feb 13

Help! I'm in jail!

#27 Sep 22, 2013
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Highly possible.
Yeah you dat guy that got locked up for beating his wife that pounded my booty. That hurt yo
spartan

Louisville, KY

#28 Sep 22, 2013
Jail House Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah you dat guy that got locked up for beating his wife that pounded my booty. That hurt yo
Dude,,,you're a moron.Maybe not "the" biggest moron that the Louisville Forum has to offer,,,but definitely a close second.
So,thinking about who's feelings that my statements could offend,,,I think it's pretty obvious that you're a police-officer in his mid to late twenties who's still much to prove and many dragons to slay.
So,,,grow up kiddo.

“Ouch, my butt hurts!”

Since: Feb 13

Help! I'm in jail!

#29 Sep 22, 2013
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Dude,,,you're a moron.Maybe not "the" biggest moron that the Louisville Forum has to offer,,,but definitely a close second.
So,thinking about who's feelings that my statements could offend,,,I think it's pretty obvious that you're a police-officer in his mid to late twenties who's still much to prove and many dragons to slay.
So,,,grow up kiddo.
Hey I may be a jail house punk an alot of otha things but at least I'm not a wife beating drunk like you! But I did kinda like that booty poundin you gave me in da pokey, maybe we can do it again some time yo
Global 13

United States

#30 Sep 22, 2013
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>For the most part,,,you're somewhat accurate.Society would not be civilized without them. And for the most part,,,you don't hear about a lot of corruption from most law-enforcement agencies.
However,attitudes like yours only pave the way for future corruption as well as enables the already corrupt to conceal their corruption.
It's my opinion,that law-enforcement should be held to a higher standard than the public that they instruct on a daily basis with attitude and discipline.
As a matter of fact,the public giving blind praise to law-enforcement like you do,is why two State-Troopers can repeatedly molest a young girl,,,and "only" lose their job when they're caught.And that's also how Shelbyville police-officer Suzanne Marcum could shoot Trey Williams twice after subduing him with a taser,ask her superior if she can shoot him again on the taser video for the whole world to see,,,and get away with it.And even though Rodney King was a punk,,,do you believe that the police should have got away with that???
In short,,,you ain't doing anything right or anything good to enable karma when you give those guys praise in the blind.
You're only creating a bigger problem than already exists.
And no,I'm not saying that we should hate policemen.Only that they above all else on the planet,,,"need" to have every move they make,,,closely scrutinized.
correct.
Global 13

United States

#31 Sep 22, 2013
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Dude,,,you're a moron.Maybe not "the" biggest moron that the Louisville Forum has to offer,,,but definitely a close second.
So,thinking about who's feelings that my statements could offend,,,I think it's pretty obvious that you're a police-officer in his mid to late twenties who's still much to prove and many dragons to slay.
So,,,grow up kiddo.
so I take it he was spot on? Lol! Just kidding, we all make mistakes. Unwillingness to forgive is the true shame.
Gregory Brenzel

Louisville, KY

#32 Sep 22, 2013
I wish the cops would stick it in my butt good.
LOL

Louisville, KY

#33 Sep 22, 2013
Me too. God I love molestation and rape, dont yall? LOL... sadistic psychopaths of Louisville... let's unite! The good people are too bigga cowards to do a thang about us creepers! Anonymous creepers fo-eva~

Texian

“One Nation, under God”

Level 4

Since: Jul 07

Location hidden

#34 Sep 24, 2013
MOST COPS are just "criminals in uniform"! unfortunately, things like a "moral code" and "personal HONOR" are lost in that realm as organized crime bosses have taken over the "brass" and "command ranks" over the last century or so, so it is only natural for the "lower ranks" to eventually follow suit since THE PEOPLE allow the "brass" to stay in "career paths" that are used AGAINST THE PEOPLE!

It is WHY the REAL criminal "bosses' stay FREE while their "employees" get put into cages. ANY of those cops who "THINK" ANY "brass" will sacrifice ANYTHING for them is not only fooling themselves, but have been brainwashed and living a LIE!
spartan

Louisville, KY

#35 Sep 29, 2013
Global 13 wrote:
<quoted text>so I take it he was spot on? Lol! Just kidding, we all make mistakes. Unwillingness to forgive is the true shame.
No.Actually,,,I believe it was "me" who was spot on.
Rapist Criminals

Louisville, KY

#36 Sep 29, 2013
I'm just glad, when our little club puts on badges, we are allowed to get away with any and all crimes, no matter what. We do the same as those we lock up, but we're in positions of authority and power, and while this badge offers society double standards, double standards dont mock my sense of right and wrong.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#37 Sep 29, 2013
Rapist Criminals wrote:
I'm just glad, when our little club puts on badges, we are allowed to get away with any and all crimes, no matter what. We do the same as those we lock up, but we're in positions of authority and power, and while this badge offers society double standards, double standards dont mock my sense of right and wrong.
Gotta be honest with you dude.The aspects of law-enforcement that you're talking about,,,actually disgust me pretty bad.
I'm guessing from your sarcasm though,,,that it disgusts you too.
I'm also guessing,because logic,wisdom,reason and common sense all seem to agree,,,that Uncle Tom and Jailhouse Johnny are not the two separate morons that "they" appear to be,,,but rather just one moron who happens to honestly believe everything that you just said.
And what's sad about that is the fact that thinking like that isn't just goofy-lookin' in the eyes of society.It's actually dangerous as well.Furthermore and even worse,,,there's no shortage of idiots like that "out there".
Johnathan Masters

Louisville, KY

#38 Sep 29, 2013
I was just trying out different things. My Uncle Tom and Rapist Criminals characters is what I would imagine lol to be saying... not outloud, or admitting it, but that's basically what they're saying. And yeah... I am disgusted with this bullshyt! Last night, at about 2am, there were so many cops running red lights, and one cop came pulling up to me, while I was stopped at a red light, really slow, on the right lane, behind me... like in my blind spot, and just creeping up on me so slowly... like he stopped 1000 feet behind me, and just creeped on me, and while I was nervous, I wonder if that's a tactic, to be scary and intimidating, in order to find those who tell on themselves by getting scared, and reacting... I had nothing to hide, but I still felt like I had to keep composure... what's the point of that? It's so unnecessary, and what if I did get scared, because there's psychopaths with guns creeping up on me at nighttime, acting suspicious and bizarre, as if they were drunk, or under some influence, and I sped off while the light was red, and hit some poor innocent person? I hadn't been weaving, or anything. I was completely parked when I got to the red light. Sometimes, it seems like they create more problems than they solve.
Ayo Beyo

United States

#39 Sep 29, 2013
All cops are evil and should be treated as such. They are nothing but killers with guns. You're more likely to be killed by cop than killed by a criminal. FACT.
Johnathan Masters

Louisville, KY

#40 Sep 29, 2013
Yup. All across the country, they are slaying innocents all over the place. Florida's already got another Trayvon Martin case... only it's worse. Ex Football player was murdered because he got into a car accident, went to neighbor's house for help, she got scared, called the cops, and pow... now dude's dead. Did you see that one videotape of that black dude getting ran over by the police car? No charges were filed against that "peace" officer (peace, like VIPER wolf pack'n style peace), and the police report said that he wasn't killed by the car, but suffocated underneath the car, as if the impact didn't kill him instantly. Here's a link:
Dude's name is Marlon Brown... RIP Marlon Brown RIP... just like, James Brown over in Lexington... well, not really death, but they've arrested him over 1,000 times in Lexington.. a homeless dude... and it was a homeless dude who saved a whole city before over Cholera epidemic... not really the same, but same last name... Marlon Brown... damn.

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