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Old 07-25-2019, 08:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Sactown4 View Post
We seriously have people advocating for the murder or curb stomping of some morons, because they poured water on some cops? That's psychopath talk, and it's part of the reason why police receive less and less support from the communities they fail to protect and serve.

Strippers get sprayed with far more than water, and they do for more for the community than most police officers ever have.
Exactly bro these dudes really sick in the head

Old 07-25-2019, 09:51 PM
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These skells are low-life savages and I hope the book gets thrown at them. These cops were incredibly nice to just "walk away". If that were me, I would have cracked them over the skull with my night club.

They're trash that should languish in jail cells for the rest of their collective life spans considering the lengthy criminal records they have. Let's face it, they're repeat offenders and lowlifes. If they had to cojones to do this to cops in broad daylight, those of you on here who are here saying "what's the big deal?" would be the same people that would flip their s@#$ if someone walked up to them and did this. It's not just the cops that they have no respect for, it's society at large.

Society would be better off without scum like this. Not only did they do this to police officers, they did it to a female civilian and destroyed her cell phone in the process too. Next thing you know these subhumans will get a slap on the wrist from the Commie Mayor, gain more hubris and graduate to more violent crimes on people.

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Old 07-25-2019, 11:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Manhattan2queens View Post
I work at in union square on 14th , come if you have the balls
Why does he need balls? Give your exact address and description. There is a 90 degree day coming up. By your logic we would be doing you a favor, no?
Old 07-25-2019, 11:50 PM
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Im still stunned that a 28 year old man was throwing water on cops and not employed anywhere
Old 07-26-2019, 01:17 AM
Location: Northern Wisconsin
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Those buckets of water could soon be replaced by something harder.
Old 07-26-2019, 05:57 AM
Location: New Jersey
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^ Or contain more harmful substances. It's the natural procession. If they can get away with that, it is only natural to ratchet it up. These people are clearly hateful of cops so it would make sense that they would now want to hurt them.
Old 07-26-2019, 06:46 AM
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In the second video you can see that they got the kids involved too. This is not a good look for black folks. We need smart, educated & high profile African Americans to come forward and denounce this chit. Where's Kamala Harris lady or Cory Booker? These people certainly have no respect for authority so maybe they'll listen to one of their own.
Old 07-26-2019, 07:18 AM
Location: The end of the world
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Originally Posted by retiredcop111 View Post
Please tell me where you work so I an stop by in the middle of your day and dump buckets of water on you. I have a funny feeling you would not appreciate it. They shouldn't have to come to work and put up with that crap.
Honestly it is summer time and somebody using a squirt gun or throwing a water ballon is actually welcomed. What went wrong was the person "used the bucket as a weapon". That is what went wrong in this case. They could have just splashed the officer and dissapear but they had to swing that bucket. No disrespect but it is funny. I miss those days when you could see people playing back and forth in the water on a busy street and everybody got into it for five seconds before they took shelter or said enough. I miss literally being poured water on and then pouring it back on to somebody and not having to think

Omgsh my phone, my phone bs.

Just to agree swinging the bucket at somebody ( hard material ) is not the same as pouring water on somebody. I miss those simple days. Again omgsh my phone my phone my contacts, my pictures, boo hoo.
Old 07-26-2019, 07:25 AM
Location: Staten Island, NY
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Hopefully soon one of these highly considerate and respectful, simply trying to help the cop cool off heroic citizens, ends up trying this on the wrong cop.
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Old 07-26-2019, 07:40 AM
Location: Manhattan
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I was once splashed with water, and amazingly, I survived without permanent injury.
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