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Old 07-27-2016, 11:36 AM
 
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The judge is stupid.
He denied prosecution based on the fact that officers couldn't be convicted just for not using seat belts.
He said seat belt violation is not criminal.
He is stupid.
There was another case where a boyfriend had seatbelt and girlfriend didn't.
He drove the car into a wall and girlfriend died.
He was convicted of murder, not seat belt violation.
That stupid judge didn't think why it was not used.
It was to kill someone but dumb old judge dropped charges because it's the cops, not civilian.
That's how our system is always in favor of cops, whether bad or good.
The pigs very well knew putting him in the van all tied up but without seat belt will injure him, especially when they jam on the brakes and turn corners on purpose.
These are the very pigs that kill other good cops by public anger.
I wish very bad luck to these criminal cops who are now smiling behind the uniform. "See we killed that black guy and nothing happened. We can do it again and nothing will happen."
"There was another case"

Was this in Baltimore or even in MD?

Different municipalities have different laws.
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:37 AM
 
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It was a suicide. Freddie Gray was trying to injure himself in order to sue the police department. This is done all the time by criminals looking for a payday. When a city bus is involved in a traffic accident, the first thing the driver does is to lock the doors so that people cannot climb aboard and sue the city for injuries eventhough they were not even passengers.
"Freddie Gray was trying to injure himself in order to sue the police department."

Which he had a RECORD OF DOING.
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:37 AM
 
Location: Austin TX
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Originally Posted by Mystery123 View Post
The judge is stupid.
He denied prosecution based on the fact that officers couldn't be convicted just for not using seat belts.
He said seat belt violation is not criminal.
He is stupid.
There was another case where a boyfriend had seatbelt and girlfriend didn't.
He drove the car into a wall and girlfriend died.
He was convicted of murder, not seat belt violation.
That stupid judge didn't think why it was not used.
It was to kill someone but dumb old judge dropped charges because it's the cops, not civilian.
That's how our system is always in favor of cops, whether bad or good.
The pigs very well knew putting him in the van all tied up but without seat belt will injure him, especially when they jam on the brakes and turn corners on purpose.
These are the very pigs that kill other good cops by public anger.
I wish very bad luck to these criminal cops who are now smiling behind the uniform. "See we killed that black guy and nothing happened. We can do it again and nothing will happen."
You clearly don't understand the process of justice.

The BPD had a well-known policy of allowing officers the discretion to determine whether or not a detained person being transported would be belted for the ride depending on the detainee's cooperation.

Let me dumb that down for you: detainees acting like fools who can't be trusted to not assault the officer placing them in the transport vehicle don't get buckled up for the officer's own protection. Prosecutors were unable, due to this policy, to prove willful negligence on the officer's part.

Please read this post two or three times, and move your lips while reading if necessary, to help you better absorb this basic information.
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:41 AM
 
Location: Denver
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Just goes to prove all those "protestors (rioters), media, the Obama admin were wrong, AGAIN!
No, just goes to prove all bad cops always get away without punishment, AGAIN!
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:44 AM
 
Location: Denver
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You clearly don't understand the process of justice.
Obviously, as it seems cops always get their charges dropped while civilians always get convicted.
That's how the justice system works in our great nation.
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:46 AM
 
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No, just goes to prove all bad cops always get away without punishment, AGAIN!
When they are are politically protected they do.

Good to be in a strong union in a one-party city where BLM can't really sqwak too much for the resignation of "one of their own"....just like how Rahm Emanuel is still in office after covering up and paying off until the press finally broke the story there.
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:54 AM
 
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Obviously, as it seems cops always get their charges dropped while civilians always get convicted.
That's how the justice system works in our great nation.
You need to talk to a mental health professional. Your hatred is going to cause you to have a break-down.
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Denver
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You need to talk to a mental health professional. Your hatred is going to cause you to have a break-down.
Looks like we have a cop in here.

Yes I do hate cops doing bad things but I don't hate cops in general.
I would like to see good cops sending these bad apples off the force instead of "all men behind uniform are our brothers whether good or bad", remove those bad ones.
Cleansing time.
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Old 07-27-2016, 12:00 PM
 
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Just goes to prove all those "protestors (rioters), media, the Obama admin were wrong, AGAIN!

How many times does this make it ? Three ? I lost track.
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Old 07-27-2016, 12:14 PM
 
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Looks like we have a cop in here.

Yes I do hate cops doing bad things but I don't hate cops in general.
I would like to see good cops sending these bad apples off the force instead of "all men behind uniform are our brothers whether good or bad", remove those bad ones.
Cleansing time.
Nope, not a cop. And there are some bad ones, But in this case, justice won out. There was absolutely no evidence against these officers, and Gray had a proven history of intentionally injuring himself when jailed. Add a biased idiot of a prosecutor who withheld evidence and you get "not guilty". The courts worked right.
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