Skip to comments.San Antonio Park Police Beat Woman, Delete Video, Which is Later Recovered
Posted on 05/04/2013 6:55:32 AM PDT by redreno
San Antonio Park police violently beat a woman who had walked into the wrong room at a gas station, then arrested her brother for trying to video record the altercation.
They also deleted the footage from her brothers camera while charging the woman with felony assault on a peace officer.
But her brother managed to recover the footage that contradicts the police version of the story.
Christina Oliver, who ended up with a broken nose and black eye, told her story to KENS 5:
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“Where are the cops can do no wrong crowd, a/k/a jack boot lickers?”
Simple answer is Jack Boot polish is now imported from China. Many ‘Cop suckers/Jack Boot Lickers (being Libtards) are afraid the Chinese polish is toxic.
I agree with you, and actions like this reinforce the idea that the police are just another gang wearing spiffy uniforms. It’s too bad they don’t realize this and police their own ranks even tougher than the police the Sheeple.
Any sign of the video yet?
Thugs with a badge. Lethal combination.
The cops who beat a woman should themselves be beaten. How about gen pop for a few hours, that ought to do the trick.
> I have been asked, many times, why I never weep for a fallen LEO.
> Care to posit an opinion?
Five Iron Frenzy — Get Your Riot Gear — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-7EVIGsAmU
Something stirring in the air, a victory?
A time-bomb ticking to explode,
Something passive, something not.
Billy clubs out, call the S.W.A.T.
Rabid dogs without a leash,
is this how you keep the peace?
You want riots? Wear your riot gear.
You want violence?
Then shoot some tear gas in the air.
It is written on your badge,
‘To serve and protect’,
it seemed you only served yourselves,
protecting your own neck.
Controlling with fear, menacing and threatening.
You want my respect?
You better start respecting me.
Go and get your riot gear,
swing your girlie all around,
we’ll be dancing on the cinders,
as the town is burning down.
Swing her around, burn it all down.
Something smelled of power tripping,
crowd control was rank.
Tear gas everyone downtown,
what you did really stank.
Legislation, never made you judge and jury.
Martial law now,
beat the kids down with no worries.
I think you’re missing his point in the statement “One good reason the government should not own all the guns.”.
Not that these people necessarily, or others in a similar situation, would have benefited from shooting at the cops, but that try to imagine how widespread this sort of thing would be if all police knew for a fact that the general populace was completely disarmed? IOW, the deterrent factor.
Disarm the people and (in today’s environment and government) law enforcement will turn into nothing more than oppression; it’s going in that direction already. When there is no concern that the law abiding people can rise up and fight back, thuggery and brutality will be the order of the day. Been demonstrated over and over in history. And happening today in America.
So true. In our reality-TV driven society, we get a glimpse. COPS being filmed (on their best behavior), it's shocking how any tiny infraction is met with the maximum force. I don't blame the officers as much as I blame the system.
The system decided that metrics is somehow beneficial to keeping the peace, so the officers justify their paycheck and promotion opportunities with tickets and arrests, not stopping to think how much it costs society to respond (in finance - we have to look at the fully burdened cost of products and services... that means from idea to service in the field). Those with the least resources are slapped the hardest because they can't fight the system. They in turn become more desperate. It's like hospitals who charge the uninsured significantly more then the insured because the uninsured do not have advocates with scores of lawyers who negotiate down the cost for their members.
There seems to be an ominous trend where it appears that our military is becoming a police force and our domestic police forces are becoming a military.
OK, I can buy into that.
But I have seen posts here bragging about how no cop would violate the poster’s rights without paying a price. And lots of bloviating about individual armed resistance.
A widespread revolution by armed American citizens against an oppressive government might succeed. Stress might.
But armed resistance by individuals or small groups is just suicide by cop. See Ruby Ridge and Waco.
I agree that at some point such resistance becomes morally defensible and arguably even necessary. But those engaging in it should not deceive themselves about the consequences.
Cop with a full sleeve tat; How very professional...
I think that’s a pretty good indicator of the type of officers SAPD is actively recruiting.
Given the tactics apparently used by the cops when searching Watertown, they aren’t very good at the military stuff.
Their massive response was only justified by the possibility, which did exist, that they would stumble on a large group of armed and trained terrorists.
If they had, using the tactics I saw on TV, they would have taken massive casualties.
Soldiers make lousy cops, and cops make lousy soldiers. In all likelihood giving cops paramilitary training makes them lousy at both roles.
Does anyone know what charges have been filed against the police in California that went around shooting blue pick-up trucks into swiss cheese a little while back?
Come on... we need to give ‘em the benefit of the doubt. The bad guys in both Houston and San Antone obviously did not have any dogs for the cops to shoot, which upset the arrest SOP.
which is a change from maybe a year or 2 ago.
>> Where are the cops can do no wrong crowd, a/k/a jack boot lickers?
>> This thread has had 7 responses and no has come on telling us how much we hate cops; how brave the cops were; and how much the woman deserved what she got.
> which is a change from maybe a year or 2 ago.
It’s quite frankly amazing how quick that changed, isn’t it?
Amen. And at one time in the not so distant past, I, myself, was a defender of cops.
they are cowards and sadists, that’s it
I agree. They have morphed into criminals with badhes. I never thought that would be true.