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Forum Post: Links to UC Davis police brutality! This is sick!!

Posted 12 years ago on Nov. 21, 2011, 4:57 p.m. EST by TLydon007 (1278)
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[-] 1 points by WarmItUp (301) 12 years ago

Yeah he was given a paid vacation because he did such a great job or as they call it "suspended with pay" what a bunch of crap!

[-] 1 points by cmt (1195) from Tolland, CT 12 years ago

That old "innocent until proven guilty" thing is hard to understand, isn't it.

Actually, I understand how you feel, but I'd bet he's worried sick and his family is deeply upset. We should, however, let the investigation play out. What were his orders, for one thing. In a quasi-military organization, it takes guts that few have to buck the brass.

The OWS protesters showed guts above and beyond, but not everyone can live up to their standard.

[-] 1 points by WarmItUp (301) 12 years ago

I hope his family is upset, I hope his child says, daddy why did you hurt all those people when they were not hurting you. His family should be scared to live under the same roof with such a monster.

[-] 0 points by jay1975 (428) 12 years ago

Campus cops are usually not well trained and certainly unprepared to handle a civil disturbance. The use of OC, especially at that range, is inexcusable.

[-] 0 points by Jimboiam (812) 12 years ago

Just another example of police action being taken out of context. This is what anarchists and marxists do. They break the law, then complain about police abuse when they are arrested. The people were breaking the law. They were inhibiting handicapped people from getting around, they were resisting a police order to leave, and they were trespassing on the campus according to the university. They got what they deserved and believe me, they weren't leaving without the pepper spray. That is exactly what they wanted.

[-] 1 points by OneVoice (153) 12 years ago

I think the Super Committee should be pepper sprayed by the Washington DC police force. These guys are locked hand in hand inhibiting the American people from having a voice in any democratic process. You want to break a deadlock? Hit em with every canister of chemical agents in the police arsenal until one of them breaks the link. Drag his ass out of the room and take a vote.

[-] 0 points by Jimboiam (812) 12 years ago

Could we include the other members of Congress and the White House? I think they should all be put on trial for treason, along with all the party leadership. Tie them up spray them with pepper spray or waterboard them until they confess all of their dirty dealings.

[-] 1 points by OneVoice (153) 12 years ago

I agree with everything but the water boarding. They would break long before it got that far. I would give them a book deal with amnesty.

[-] 0 points by Jimboiam (812) 12 years ago

They need to take Jack Abramoff and get him to name names for all of the sitting Congressmen and Senators and President that he knows took bribes. that guy knows where all the bodies are buried so to speak.

[-] 1 points by OneVoice (153) 12 years ago

That's a great start.

[-] 1 points by TLydon007 (1278) 12 years ago

There were people saying the same thing about Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement protesters..

However, I've never met anyone during that age willing to admit it. Most of them are now ashamed of themselves.

Funny, how you're from Alabama, though.

[-] 0 points by Jimboiam (812) 12 years ago

Actually im not. Im from So Cal and live in Florida. The stupid site put me in Mobile. And im not a racist in any way, its am abhorrent trait to me. I just use my brain and it is clear what these actions are intended to do.