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Seattle cops killed 3 in a matter of days
September 2, 2010
10:35 pm
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Last year, we had people killing cops within a few months. This year, within days, 3 people have been killed by cops. This is crazy and totally not normal for this area.

The first story is about a guy who died from being tazed. OK, he was at a party and the residents called 911 because he was being obnoxious and wouldn't leave. Tazers are sold to police departments as being non-lethal, however tazers have killed over 400 people since they've been implemented. All in all, I can understand why a cop would use a tazer in this situation, believing it is "non-lethal".

http://www.king5.com/news/local/Man-hos ... 97148.html

This second story is about a cop who shot a man who was accused of stealing a car. The claim was that the cop felt threatened by the driver and that the driver of the vehicle was moving the vehicle towards him. OK, maybe. Vehicles can be used as a deadly weapon and if a person is protecting him/herself, that is what guns are for, self defense. But, I'm not sure I believe his story. Time will tell.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/t ... cation=rss

This last story makes me very angry. A homeless man was carving a doll's head with a 3 inch knife on public property. All of this very legal. Oh, let's just throw in his race here, he was American Indian. He walked with a limp, was a drunk, and deaf in one ear. This cop pulls over in his patrol car, because he witnesses this man carving wood, and gets out of his car. Now, why would a cop think that an American Indian carving wood in public would be a threat? I don't get why this jerk even stopped. This was about 4:15 PM on a nice summer day with lot's of people in the area. So the cop tells the guy to drop the knife, he didn't. It's possible he didn't hear or understand him. Long story short, the cop claims the guy was a threat to him and shot him 4 or 5 times, depending on the witness.

I've been told that the Seattle cops are targeting the homeless population. I have a real problem with that!

http://jonathanturley.org/2010/09/01/se ... tling-man/

Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen... - Zbigniew Brezhinsky

September 3, 2010
1:25 am
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WTF!

Angry---why do you attach Z-BIG to your post's????????

The worst of Cops could never lift his lunch sack let alone tote it! I'd never lay a hand on a woman--But his Daughter in one ( woman ) I'd love to punch in the face.--- I'd never do it but hopefully you get the message---Kissinger may be the only human on earth that can be compared to Z-Big!

As for the Cops--It's terrible that a few bad ones ruin it for the truly great ones!

Bring Em All Home Cole

September 3, 2010
4:13 am
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😆 😆 😆

Do you think I like Turks? After what they did to the Armenians????

This current quote reminds me of my old quote about soma...

Anyway, back on topic, why would a pig murder a homeless American Indian????

New quote, pigs today, bacon tomorrow. 😉

Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen... - Zbigniew Brezhinsky

September 3, 2010
1:21 pm
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Anyway, back on topic, why would a pig murder a homeless American Indian????

My Dad started out in DC--His Boss was some guy named Hoover---It's possible that I'd be the wrong person to ask such a question of. 😉 Anyhow --

Like I said--one bad one really can spoil the whole bunch.

Z-Big's daughter gives me the creeps----I wonder if her Father would consider selling her? Laugh Laugh Laugh Or Maybe Trade her for an Old Mule or a cold six pack!

As for him--well it's a shame not more people know who he really is, as well as his most prized accomplishments. 🙄

Bring Em All Home Cole

September 3, 2010
5:28 pm
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Cops are the enforcers of the Repressive State Apparatus. Behavior like this is routine and expected from authority figures charged with the responsibility to deter victimless "crimes" from occurring.

The Few assume to be the deputies, but they are often only the despoilers of the Many.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

September 3, 2010
5:33 pm
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Its a little hard to believe that the last story makes you very angry Nesaie.
You are far Anti-American Indian, maybe its the other homeless people you
care about? I don't believe you think American Indians should have near
equal rights, quite hypocritical of you.

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September 3, 2010
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"Aquarian" wrote: Cops are the enforcers of the Repressive State Apparatus. Behavior like this is routine and expected from authority figures charged with the responsibility to deter victimless "crimes" from occurring.

Yeah, I'd agree, behavior like this is routine.
Its close if not a daily occurance, and although I don't know what its
like to be a Cop, some recklessly abandon any kind of good judgement-
Equal things can be said of people in many positions.

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September 3, 2010
6:06 pm
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"sandra" wrote: [quote="Aquarian"]Cops are the enforcers of the Repressive State Apparatus. Behavior like this is routine and expected from authority figures charged with the responsibility to deter victimless "crimes" from occurring.

Yeah, I'd agree, behavior like this is routine.
Its close if not a daily occurance, and although I don't know what its
like to be a Cop, some recklessly abandon any kind of good judgement-
Equal things can be said of people in many positions.

+1

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September 3, 2010
6:40 pm
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The man did no die from being tazed, get your facts straight.

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September 3, 2010
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Nasaie, you omit a few tidbits of the story. First, the tasered guy breaks into a house, by throwing a propane bottle threw the window and was caught in the house, behind a couch. The could have just shot him for resisting but instead used a taser. Most times I've herd a taser killing involved people looned out on drugs, which you and Aquarian want to legalize.

Second, guy in the car, did advance twards the cops in the car in a agreeesive manner. Now what would you like, have the criminals stop, when the cops say "Halt or I'll shot"? Or would you rather have a high speed chase for 1 hour with the jerk running your kids down or you stepping out of the bar in Seattle?

Third, at least on detail you go wrong, he was caving a dolls head not a car, so what other details did you miss? Forinstance the fact he got off the wall and refused to stop coming twards the officer. I had to say it, but even in grade schools, 2nd grade, kids with just a 3 inch pocket knife are now considered a violence risk, and its not tolerated. When I was a kid, every kid had a collection of pocket knives. Thing are different now, even in Seattle.

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