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Old 03-14-2015, 11:30 AM
 
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It's a shame when the people who are supposed to protect you are the criminals. They should be sent to jail as well as any commander who allows this.
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Old 03-14-2015, 01:18 PM
 
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And so tell me police corruption expert.. what have you done to improve the quality of your neighborhood???.. put on a uniform like me and serve my community everyday.. I doubt it

You (not you personally for that would not be in good keeping with being polite and identify "you" personally...and as such the "you" I'm referring to in my post is a global "you" referencing all police haters and whiners that spew out bunk.. that's all there is to it."You" sit behind your computers and spout off because "you".. "you" can lie, make up agendas, cherry pick facts and basically smear a whole occupation because "you" are sick puppy dogs.... Police today are some of the most responsive agents of government out there

Most Americans could not be held to the standards most police have to abide by everyday... you couldn't pass the background the polygraph the drug test the physical the psychological the academy the year of probation six months with an fto.. you couldn't pass the post standards...you couldn't adhere to the manual of policy and procedures or could you? Would you be the 1 percent of coppers that don't do the job right and are corrupt or use to much force or do bad things and disgrace the uniform.. yes,, you might be one of those

Have "you" ever lived or worked in the ghetto for any time? and done anything to improve it.. have you ever worked for a pal league.. done a community barbeque.. a car wash.. a fundraiser for a sick kid.. taken them Christmas presents.. done CPR on a baby of color.. delivered several.. have you ever consoled a minority elderly shut-in, helped rebuild a house that was burned down.. for free...

These are the kinds of things I do and coppers like me.. have done everyday of our careers

"You".. all "you" do is whine and protest.. but .. maybe there is hope.. maybe you can actually do something positive and make a real change in your community.. that is if you have ever been within 100 miles of a ghetto station

I shun people like "you".. because "you" are part of the problem... maybe you're a crook.. maybe you're a dope smoker.. maybe you're none of these things and just some looneytoon who got too many tickets...maybe "you" got your panties in a wad for getting searched one time..thinking "you" are special and "its outrageous"..whatever your beef is... it isn't sustainable.. "you" can chose to work within the system and make changes or get identified as a pathetic spudnut

Some things we as police cant fix.. poverty.. abuse.. neglect.. we get to deal with those things...
Crooked coppers aren't protected.. but everyone including police have rights.. "you" might read the California Bill of Rights for police officers to see what those actually are.. "you" can also thank UNIONS for slowing down bad coppers getting fired.. and good coppers from getting shafted.

I fix life problems for people.. one person at a time.. what have "you" done today? I dont take from my community..and I pay for the air I breathe everyday.. do "you"? I have never taken anything for free... and I always pay more for anything some shop owner wants to discount to me because I wear a uniform// NO ONE OWNS me.. and some little silly person like "you" will never be able to point and say "see.. they are all crooked"

If I could seize a crooks money legally I would do so in a heartbeat.. but it isnt that easy.. especially working patrol.

Let's hope "you" can totally take care of yourself and I never have to give "you" service... but if I do "you" can just damn bet it will be the best job I can possibly deliver...

of course.. maybe it will just be handcuffs... but .. Ill do my best there too
Get off your high horse. You have a very over inflated sense of yourself. This post is s shining example of why more and more people can't trust those that are sworn to protect and serve.

More and more of your posts make it clear: You think of ALL people as criminals in some way, and GUILTY until proven innocent.

Perhaps your years of dealing with the small criminal faction within society has tainted you. Maybe you should take a vacation. Maybe you should reevaluate your stance on a few things. . . but I;m sure you wont, I'm sure you will just carry on with your chest thumping.

You can't even recognize that the same criminals you deal with, can be the same people you WORK with. You are a HUMAN at the end of the day. Just because you have a badge and licence to kill doesn't make you infallible, nor does it make any other "copper".

Facts don't cease to exist because you choose to ignore them. This is a thread dealing with civil asset forfeiture, YES, IT HAPPENS. Period.

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Old 03-14-2015, 02:01 PM
 
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Get off your high horse. You have a very over inflated sense of yourself. This post is s shining example of why more and more people can't trust those that are sworn to protect and serve.

More and more of your posts make it clear: You think of ALL people as criminals in some way, and GUILTY until proven innocent.

Perhaps your years of dealing with the small criminal faction within society has tainted you. Maybe you should take a vacation. Maybe you should reevaluate your stance on a few things. . . but I;m sure you wont, I'm sure you will just carry on with your chest thumping.

You can't even recognize that the same criminals you deal with, can be the same people you WORK with. You are a HUMAN at the end of the day. Just because you have a badge and licence to kill doesn't make you infallible, nor does it make any other "copper". Facts don't cease to exist because you choose to ignore them.
et tu brute et tu...

Ill do something today for my community... will you

And.. I have no license to kill.. none whatsoever..no policeman does... please understand the law... my actions in using deadly force would have to be investigated and found to be justifiable before I got let off the hook.. ask Darren Wilson how that went for him.. as he hides for the rest of his life with a contract on his head

If you read my posts carefully I identify 85-90 % of society as "good".. good meaning within the bell shaped curve of acceptable behavior and peaceful living... I love serving that population

Ive arrested other policemen before... only twice in my life.. once for DUI (off duty carrying his gun/badge and blitzed) and once based upon a long standing corruption investigation done by our internal affairs,, I just happened to be the one in the station when they wanted to book him.. the first I felt sorry for personally but it ended there because he made his bed... although I didnt know him he was from another department.. the second I felt joy in arresting because I worked around him.. never with him directly as I work patrol and he was an undercover officer.. my sixth sense told me he was hinky all along.. and I was happy he was gone and told him so putting him in our booking cage.. total scrote dirt-bag lower than any crook... he's among you now

10 % of society should be airlifted to the front lines with Isis.. and given one bullet and a marijuana cookie

if I were King Obama...

I think you might want to reevaluate what you are thinking.. because you dont seem to like that Im a policeman that doesnt fit your narrative.. and you seemingly find it disturbing that someone actually walks the talk..you incorrectly interpret that as arrogance.. but I forgive you because this is the internet and you cannot look me in the eye...if you did you would ultimately find me a very compassionate abet hardass on occasion individual.. just like many of my brethern

Please look in a mirror at your own behavior before you comment upon others. No citizen will ever own me.. and Ill give 8 hours for 8 hours.. and I'm happy in my job.. and privileged to serve.. can you get that.. its an honor for me.. or is that something you cannot fathom in your life?
Honor?

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Old 03-20-2015, 10:50 PM
 
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LOL at this guy, BUT WAIT, Cops don't take things from people!

This guy is a real class act, really represents the rest of his brothers and sisters on the force well.

http://www.kolotv.com/news/northernn...296787131.html

Nevada Deputy Who Made National News Last Year for Abusing Forfeiture Law Arrested on Felony Gun Charge - PINAC

Nevada Deputy Who Made National News Last Year for Abusing Forfeiture Law Arrested on Felony Gun Charge

Almost a year after a Nevada deputy was exposed on video stealing $50,000 from a man under threat of the state’s forfeiture laws, accusing the man of crimes he could not prove, the deputy was arrested on a felony assault with a weapon charge.

Humboldt County sheriff’s deputy Lee Dove was arrested Tuesday by the Winnemucca Police Department, which so far has released little details other than Dove apparently pointed a weapon at somebody else at a convenience store.
Dove was not on-duty as he has been on administrative leave since January for an unspecified reason.

According to KOLO8:
A deputy with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has been arrested after brandishing a weapon at the Maverick convenience store in Winnemucca on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

Winnemucca Police Captain Bill Dalley says 47-year-old Lee Dove has been charged with drawing a deadly weapon in a threatening manner and assault with a deadly weapon, which is a felony.

Dove was already on administrative leave for an unknown reason prior to Tuesday’s arrest.

Last year, Dove made national headlines because of his arrogant abuse of the state’s forfeiture law, swiping $50,000 from a man who said he had won it in a Las Vegas casino, giving the man the choice to either abandon it or have it confiscated under the forfeiture law.

Dove had pulled Tan Nguyen over for driving three miles above the speed limit. Nguyen had to file a lawsuit to eventually get his money back.

Dove was so proud of his highway robbery tactics that he would post photos of himself on Facebook, posing with his dog and piles of seized cash.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y16RHwY__Ww

I guess I'll just get called a cop hater, and told that these types of things just don't happen
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Old 03-20-2015, 11:21 PM
 
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^^^^^^^^^^^^

Cops like that need to made an example of. Lock him up in general population, throw away the key.
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Old 03-21-2015, 02:28 AM
 
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I hope no one is niave enough to believe cocaine/heroin are brought by independent drug cartels? GOD stands for Gold-Oil& Drugs. Dan Smoot & JFK figured this out in the late 1950's.
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Old 03-21-2015, 03:22 AM
 
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LOL at this guy, BUT WAIT, Cops don't take things from people!

This guy is a real class act, really represents the rest of his brothers and sisters on the force well.

Humboldt County Sheriff's Deputy Arrested On Felony Gun Charge

Nevada Deputy Who Made National News Last Year for Abusing Forfeiture Law Arrested on Felony Gun Charge - PINAC

Nevada Deputy Who Made National News Last Year for Abusing Forfeiture Law Arrested on Felony Gun Charge

Almost a year after a Nevada deputy was exposed on video stealing $50,000 from a man under threat of the state’s forfeiture laws, accusing the man of crimes he could not prove, the deputy was arrested on a felony assault with a weapon charge.

Humboldt County sheriff’s deputy Lee Dove was arrested Tuesday by the Winnemucca Police Department, which so far has released little details other than Dove apparently pointed a weapon at somebody else at a convenience store.
Dove was not on-duty as he has been on administrative leave since January for an unspecified reason.

According to KOLO8:
A deputy with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has been arrested after brandishing a weapon at the Maverick convenience store in Winnemucca on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

Winnemucca Police Captain Bill Dalley says 47-year-old Lee Dove has been charged with drawing a deadly weapon in a threatening manner and assault with a deadly weapon, which is a felony.

Dove was already on administrative leave for an unknown reason prior to Tuesday’s arrest.

Last year, Dove made national headlines because of his arrogant abuse of the state’s forfeiture law, swiping $50,000 from a man who said he had won it in a Las Vegas casino, giving the man the choice to either abandon it or have it confiscated under the forfeiture law.

Dove had pulled Tan Nguyen over for driving three miles above the speed limit. Nguyen had to file a lawsuit to eventually get his money back.

Dove was so proud of his highway robbery tactics that he would post photos of himself on Facebook, posing with his dog and piles of seized cash.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y16RHwY__Ww

I guess I'll just get called a cop hater, and told that these types of things just don't happen
This is just armed robbery, plain and simple. No other way to sugarcoat it.
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Old 03-21-2015, 03:26 AM
 
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If you have large amounts of cash, make sure to have bank receipts/atm receipts with the dates on them with the cash!!
I am a police officer and think that you should be able to have as much cash on you as you want!! As long as there isnt a suitcase with kilos of cocaine too!! lol
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Old 03-21-2015, 05:24 AM
 
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If you have large amounts of cash, make sure to have bank receipts/atm receipts with the dates on them with the cash!!
I am a police officer and think that you should be able to have as much cash on you as you want!! As long as there isnt a suitcase with kilos of cocaine too!! lol
Interesting that most money in circulation has traces of cocaine and now THC on it... says alot about drugs and Americas thirst for them

830 all the way ....you be safe out there
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Old 03-21-2015, 05:30 AM
 
Location: Texas
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It just gets sicker and sicker. Stealing is now considered law enforcement. Do not drive with large amounts of cash or valuables. Cops can now "legally" discover your money sort of the way Europeans "discovered" America while there were people already here. I think they call that precedence.

Police have seized $2.5 billion from citizens who weren't breaking the law.

This should surprise no one.

Big tax cuts for fat cats at the federal level mean less federal funding for state and local entities, that then have to make up the difference somehow. They can raise property and income taxes to an extent, but they know that will incur the wrath of voters in the next election. So, they resort to legal gymnastics like this in order to get to your resources.

All the taxes the big boys don't pay get passed to down to us little people in one form or another.

It's just one more facet of "trickle-down."
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