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Slain Officer's Final Act of Kindness
NBC News ^ | 08/17/2011 | NBC News

Posted on 08/17/2011 10:16:53 AM PDT by freedomwarrior998

Just moments before he was fatally wounded in an unprovoked attack, a San Diego police officer performed one last act of kindness; he bought a child food while buying his own dinner.

(Excerpt) Read more at patdollard.com ...


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; US: California
KEYWORDS: henwood; hero; jeremyhenwood; officer; officerdown; officerhenwood; police; sandiego; sdpd; unitedstatesmarine
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To: Admin Moderator

http://patdollard.com/2011/08/heroslain-officer’s-final-act-of-kindness

The URL didn’t post correctly, Can you fix it? This video is worth seeing.


2 posted on 08/17/2011 10:19:37 AM PDT by freedomwarrior998
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To: freedomwarrior998

Wow.


3 posted on 08/17/2011 10:24:21 AM PDT by GOP_Party_Animal
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To: freedomwarrior998

I could not watch it, I broke down and cried. God Bless that Police Officer and may he rest in peace. Very upset.


4 posted on 08/17/2011 10:30:48 AM PDT by seoul62
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To: freedomwarrior998
Lots of cops go into the profession because they're natural protectors - they protect the innocent & good, from the powerful & evil... We are blessed to have them among us.

Prayers for all the loved ones of this good man... And a pox on the liberals who never met a criminal they didn't want to defend...

5 posted on 08/17/2011 10:32:32 AM PDT by GOPJ (One ring to rule them/one ring to find them/one ring to tax them/and in indebtedness bind them.)
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To: freedomwarrior998
Thanks for posting...

He waswell, assassinated..sitting in his car..any leads..clues..as to what/why?

6 posted on 08/17/2011 10:33:55 AM PDT by ken5050 (Should Christie RUN in 2012? NO! But he should WALK 3 miles every day..)
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To: freedomwarrior998

Who shot him?


7 posted on 08/17/2011 10:34:04 AM PDT by Tulane
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To: freedomwarrior998
ALL POLICE ARE JBTZ!!!!

Sure are a lot of folks around here with that sentiment.

In their eyes, it's impossible that anyone could be motivated to become a LEO for reasons other than wanting to terrorize their fellow citizens and shoot random dogs.

8 posted on 08/17/2011 10:37:15 AM PDT by South Hawthorne (In Memory of my dear Friend Henry Lee II)
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To: ken5050

The guy who shot the cop had earlier shot another innocent stranger in the face at an In and Out Burger restaraunt for no reason. He used a shot gun. First victim survived but is really messed up.


9 posted on 08/17/2011 10:37:23 AM PDT by forgotten man (forgotten man)
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To: freedomwarrior998

RIP my brother.


10 posted on 08/17/2011 10:41:42 AM PDT by Gator113 (Palin 2012, period.....)
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To: freedomwarrior998

The hunted down the cold blooded coward murderer and shot him to death. I understand the suspect had lots of holes in him.

Here is some radio traffic from the event.

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SAN DIEGO — Radio traffic between San Diego Police dispatch and officers in the field reveals new details about what happened after an officer was shot in City Heights on Saturday.

Officer Jeremy Henwood was shot at 45th Street and University Avenue. That is where police first learned of the shooting from a citizen on Henwood’s police radio.

“All officers, all officers, there’s an officer shot. There’s an officer shot. He’s still breathing,” said an unidentified woman who did what she could to help Henwood.

Seconds later, a San Diego police dispatcher said, “11-99,” the police radio code for an officer down.

“45th and University, 45th and University, 11-99,” said the dispatcher. “I don’t know who that is on the air that put it out.”

Within seconds, police from nearly every agency in San Diego County rushed to the scene. The first there was a fellow San Diego police officer.

“I need medics [to] make it to 45th and University,” he said. “I got an officer down with a gunshot wound to the head near the left ear.”

As medics rushed Henwood to the hospital, a massive search began for the suspected shooter. Then, at about 6:15 p.m., San Diego police dispatch received a call that would lead officers to Dejon White, who is suspected in Henwood’s shooting.

“I have a call that just came in from 4074 48th Street,” said the dispatcher. “Anonymous caller said that a guy by the name of Dejon – a black male wearing a t-shirt and jeans [and] owns a black Audi with rims – pulled into that location, told the RP [reporting party] that he was running because he shot a cop.”

A little more than a minute later, a San Diego police helicopter spotted White.

“Over the apartment complex… he just put a shotgun in the driver’s side,” said the helicopter pilot. “Let’s expedite some units over here.”

Units converged on the scene. Police said White emerged from his car with a shotgun.

“Shots fired [and] more shots fired,” said the dispatcher. “That’s going to be at 4000 48th Street.”

The dispatcher went on to say, “The suspect was called 11-44 at the scene. He’s not being transported.”

11-44 is the police code for a dead body.


11 posted on 08/17/2011 10:45:04 AM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: freedomwarrior998

RIP Officer Henwood and prayers up for the family. This tears my heart out.....our son is an active police officer, our son-in-law is an active police officer both in large cities in Texas. My Hub retired from Houston PD after 29 years and I thank God for his safety and pray for the safety of son and SIL and all peace officers in this country. They’re all targets of a crumbling, heartless society where the perps have nothing to fear. Have they any leads on the vermin that killed this wonderful American hero???


12 posted on 08/17/2011 10:47:37 AM PDT by Dawgreg (Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have.)
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To: ken5050

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/08/slain-san-diego-police-officer-jeremy-henwood-remembered-funeral.html

http://www.tribune-chronicle.com/page/content.detail/id/143827/San-Diego-officer-dies—suspect-left-suicide-note-.html?isap=1&nav=5029

The assailant was killed later in a shootout with police. The citizens who immediately responded after seeing what happened called in on the slain officer’s radio and got out a pretty good description of the suspect vehicle. He was tracked to a hotel and shot and killed after grabbing for the shotgun.


13 posted on 08/17/2011 10:48:15 AM PDT by freedomwarrior998
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To: GOPJ
Lots of cops go into the profession because they're natural protectors - they protect the innocent & good, from the powerful & evil.

That's a perfect description of my BIL, who's just retired from a county sheriff's department in CA. When he was on patrol and saw young kids running wild on the streets, he used to engage them in conversation and give them baseball cards. He said most of them had no father at home and had no experience interacting with a male authority figure. He always hoped he might make a small difference in the lives of one or two of them.

14 posted on 08/17/2011 10:49:18 AM PDT by American Quilter (aka American Hobbit)
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To: Dawgreg

I’m sorry. I just read that they did indeed find the perp and he got his just desserts. Won’t be wasting tax money on him to draw another breath.


15 posted on 08/17/2011 10:50:09 AM PDT by Dawgreg (Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have.)
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To: Dawgreg

Part of the problem is the Entitlement culture that has permeated all levels of society, in part due to the internet.

In this case the suspect was killed in a shootout a little after the shooting.


16 posted on 08/17/2011 10:51:04 AM PDT by freedomwarrior998
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To: American Quilter

The really cool thing is your sweet love probably made a difference in the lives of many children. Goodness starts with one person... You’re blessed. Thanks for sharing.


17 posted on 08/17/2011 10:52:57 AM PDT by GOPJ (One ring to rule them/one ring to find them/one ring to tax them/and in indebtedness bind them.)
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To: freedomwarrior998

Officer Henwood was a Major in the Marine Corps Reserves. He recently returned from Afghanistan.


18 posted on 08/17/2011 10:54:05 AM PDT by forgotten man (forgotten man)
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To: freedomwarrior998
Many thanks.... and God rest his soul..

nice gesture that my Marines posthumously promoted him to Major..

19 posted on 08/17/2011 11:00:25 AM PDT by ken5050 (Should Christie RUN in 2012? NO! But he should WALK 3 miles every day..)
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To: Owl_Eagle

Seriously?!

That’s pretty damn big brush you are weilding. Suggest you use more care when brandishing it about.

We call them as we see them, and unfortunately there are more than a handful of bad apples in law enforcement. Just because we criticize the bad LEOs doesn’t mean that we don’t appreciate the good ones.

The officer that was shot was one of the GOOD ONES and the world is a lesser place without him.


20 posted on 08/17/2011 11:03:39 AM PDT by Ernie Kaputnik ((It's a mad, mad, mad world.))
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To: dragnet2; freedomwarrior998
Thank you both for posting the video and the transcript.

Such a heart breaker. My God, I have no other words. Well maybe I do...

"I understand the suspect had lots of holes in him."

I hope by the time the smoke cleared there were so many holes so that what was left would not have been as big as a dime.

21 posted on 08/17/2011 11:03:57 AM PDT by Protect the Bill of Rights
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To: Owl_Eagle

Y’all take a gander at this thread. It will make your head explode.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2762845/posts

There’s a dozen posters who actually defend the cold blooded murder of a police officer trying to respond to a domestic call.

This is why I’ve had it with FR. Too many looney juveniles spouting crap. This is tolerated by Jim Rob and the mods to the point where I have to think they agree with this sort of garbage.

Yeah, come and get me Mods. I’ll wear this Zot with pride. Buncha pathetic losers - you have totally lost your moral compass and your souls. What use is it when even FR can’t tell right from wrong?


22 posted on 08/17/2011 11:05:15 AM PDT by SargeK
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To: Ernie Kaputnik; Owl_Eagle

“We call them as we see them,”

You are only signed up on July 10.


23 posted on 08/17/2011 11:08:16 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
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To: freedomwarrior998

Heartbreaking. I am sure he will be an inspiration to many.


24 posted on 08/17/2011 11:10:42 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
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To: SargeK

I think it is a very difficult issue for Jim Rob and the Mods to have to deal with. It is probably best left for us to deal with - IMO.


25 posted on 08/17/2011 11:13:42 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
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To: GOPJ

Prayers up for this good and generous man and for his survivors.

For all our policemen, firemen, and emergency responders:

St. Michael the Archangel, defend them in the battle. Be their protection against the deceits and snares of the enemy.

May God rebuke them, we humbly pray, and do thou, O St. Michael, Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of Almighty God, thrust into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls.

Amen.


26 posted on 08/17/2011 11:16:23 AM PDT by Palladin (Sarah: Are you gonna fish or cut bait?)
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To: SargeK

I share in your sentiments. However, ignorance is where you find it. Free Republic is not completley immune to “Huff Post” or DU ignorance or crassness.


27 posted on 08/17/2011 11:38:44 AM PDT by Jagdgewehr (It will take blood)
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To: Berlin_Freeper

My point B_F is they don’t even try.

I am a retired LEO. I know full well that there are corrupt LEOs. I have ordered their arrests - including within my own department.

I am fully aware that there are incompetent and/or lazy LEOs. When their failure to meet professional standards leads to things like SWAT raids on the wrong premises, there should be consequences: discipline up to and including termination, civil and even criminal penalties.

I NEVER compounded and perpetuated, nor would I ever permit the compunding and perpetuation of a miscarriage of justice to cover up a mistake. You made an honest mistake or found out the information you were given was bad and got the wrong guy? It happens. When it does, take off the cuffs, apologize and drive him home. If you get sued, that’s what lawyers are for. You don’t make it better by fabricating, lying, perjuring and trumping up a case to cover your sorry *ss.

Civilian elected leadership must perform their oversight functions. Every LE agency and LEO should be accountable. These things should be unquestioned.

All that having been said, those here on this board who advocate or rationalize killing cops because their conduct or procedures in performing their SWORN DUTIES in good faith to enforce the laws enacted by the elected representatives of the people conflict with some childishly simplistic uber-libertarian view of what those laws ought, in their personal opinions, to be are - quite simply - morons with dangerously compromised judgement and a badly flawed or absent sense of proportion. Or sense of simple right and wrong.

And not peep from our Dear Leader. THAT is MY issue with HIM.


28 posted on 08/17/2011 11:42:12 AM PDT by SargeK
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To: freedomwarrior998

And some people act as if cops are perfect heros who should never have their actions challenged or have any public scrutiny at all. I don’t care how many good deeds an officer does, he still must be be accountable for his missdeeds, just like the rest of us.
By and large, that isn’t happening. Just look at that Canton Ohio cop and his history. Cops need to do a much better job cleaning their own trash and a much better attitude in dealing with the public. Even good cops become bad cops when they turn a blind eye at the behavior of other officers.
If cops don’t like their reputation, tough, they earned it.


30 posted on 08/17/2011 12:22:16 PM PDT by LevinFan
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To: windcliff; stylecouncilor

So sad....


31 posted on 08/17/2011 12:24:13 PM PDT by onedoug
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To: Berlin_Freeper; Ernie Kaputnik

Are you serious?

You’re going to tell ME what goes on around here? Tell you what, Jr., why don’t you wait by the side of the pool and get a feel for FR before jumping in and telling someone who’s been here nearly a decade and actually supported it for years what’s what.

“We call the as we see them”??? Who’s “we”?


32 posted on 08/17/2011 12:35:08 PM PDT by South Hawthorne (In Memory of my dear Friend Henry Lee II)
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To: SargeK
I am a retired LEO. I know full well that there are corrupt LEOs. I have ordered their arrests - including within my own department.

I like you. More like you, would be good. Pity you retired.

33 posted on 08/17/2011 12:35:19 PM PDT by Lazamataz (SmithL stole my tagline and won't give it back.)
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To: LevinFan

Holy strawman Batman! Can you actually cite a real life example of this mythical being? Or does this creature exist only in your mind, like Obama unicorns and faeries?


34 posted on 08/17/2011 12:46:18 PM PDT by freedomwarrior998
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To: Lazamataz

There’s still lots of good ones. They do their jobs every day and it doesn’t make the news. Nor should it unless they do something truly exceptional or heroic. The people pay us to do a job. We should do it as professionally and as low-key as we can.

I think that one of the big problems nowadays is that there is a lack of emotional maturity in the ranks and even in the leadership. I worked for and with some supervisors who seemed to get their ideas of police work from TV shows. It isn’t necessarily a function of age, strictly speaking, but at some point every man or woman has to grow up (and frankly it’s more often the man) and get over himself - that is, get control of ones ego. Personally it took me nearly 20 years to really reach that point. Unfortunately, that was only six years before I pulled the pin.

LE is a young man’s game, physically, but an old man’s game emotionally. That’s a conflict not easily remedied. It starts by having good, sound, conservative traditions within the department. It is reinforced through careful selection and training. Looking at the training regimens employed in many academies these days, they’ve gotten more militaristic than when I went through thirty years ago. They’ve gotten more militaristic in some respects than the Army basic training I went through before that. I don’t think this is a good thing.

Another problem is lack of transparency in the disciplinary process. If the out-of-control guy in Canton PD gets disciplined, we won’t really know about it. The department can’t discuss personnel disciplinary issues in public or else they can be sued. (And he DOES need discipline - seriously). I really hope he does get disciplined, for everyone’s sake. I will be sore disappointed by the PD if they don’t take action. I will be even more sorely dissapointed in the city’s elected leadership if they don’t lean on the department to take action.

The other problem is with unions and arbitration. These things serve to protect officers from political vendettas because some cop arrested the councilman’s brother-in-law for DUI after said politico hit three parked cars and blowing a .28. Unfortunately, when the pendulum swings too far the other way, it enables lazy, incompetent, marginally corrupt and even unstable officers to continue to erode the public perception and performance of the department and to endanger their fellow officers and the public. I’ve seen that first-hand too.

In short, every situation needs to be regarded and evaluated in and of itself. The aggregate can lead us to certain conclusions about the leadership and standards of a department, but generalizations are always dangerous.


35 posted on 08/17/2011 1:04:19 PM PDT by SargeK
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To: SargeK

Well said, Sarge - thanks.


36 posted on 08/17/2011 1:14:03 PM PDT by GOPJ (One ring to rule them/one ring to find them/one ring to tax them/and in indebtedness bind them.)
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To: Ernie Kaputnik
Well said.
37 posted on 08/17/2011 1:15:23 PM PDT by starlifter (Pullum sapit)
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To: Owl_Eagle
Sure are a lot of folks around here with that sentiment.

We have seen a lot of it over the years here, and even more lately. It's scary, because I see a war on police officers in this country, especially in this state, California. Just last weekend, a San Diego police officer was stabbed in the face. In the L.A. area, every week, officers are being shot, stabbed, run over and having objects thrown at them.... oh, not to mention their cars being overturned, trashed and burned during the predictable riots.

To my knowledge, a high percentage of LAPD officers are also in the military reserves and have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Of course, we see increasing anti-war sentiment on the forum also: equally disturbing.

38 posted on 08/17/2011 1:22:16 PM PDT by La Enchiladita (I said it, I meant it and I represent it.)
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To: SargeK
This is why I’ve had it with FR. Too many looney juveniles spouting crap. This is tolerated by Jim Rob and the mods to the point where I have to think they agree with this sort of garbage.

I am equally disgusted with the way the forum has deteriorated. I can only hope it doesn't accurately reflect our society, but I do see that in this Ubama era, the war on law enforcement has stepped up and religious bigotry is off the charts. Very few have the strength to stand up publicly for what is right.

39 posted on 08/17/2011 1:29:48 PM PDT by La Enchiladita (I said it, I meant it and I represent it.)
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To: freedomwarrior998

I’ve experienced bad cops. Collier county FL took the cameras out of their cars because they were being used against them. I’ve experienced their tin God attitudes. I’ve had one use me to get revenge against my father. Pay any attention at all and you know I’m. Correct. You are either another cop who hates any criticism or you’re willfully blind. Check out the history of the Canton Ohio police. Their most recent one is a jaw dropper. And it isn’t his first offense.
By the way, I’ve never commited a crime.


40 posted on 08/17/2011 2:30:45 PM PDT by LevinFan
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To: LevinFan

You are flipping the script. I asked for examples of a person that met the definition of your strawman.


41 posted on 08/17/2011 2:41:17 PM PDT by freedomwarrior998
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To: Owl_Eagle

Oh, gee whiz, Pops! Sorry for not giving proper respect to my elders.

Do you honestly believe that just because you have been a member longer than I have, that that fact gives you some silly non-existant right not to be challenged, and thus entitles you to insult or chastize those who disagree with you? Come on, Buckwheat. Get real. Or better yet, why don’t you talk to JimRob and come up with a set of rules that establishes how long “newbies” have to wait before engaging jerks like you in a debate. Do you have any idea how silly that sounds. What is this, an AA meeting. Do I have to sit quietly and let the old-timers lecture me for 30 days before I can contribute to the debate?

Am I wrong, or is this website not a place for conservatives to engage in debate (sometimes heated, and sometimes cordial).

If that’s your attitude, why don’t you go sit by the pool with the asshats at Daily Kos, because you’re acting like a liberal jackass.

Best regards, Gramps.


42 posted on 08/18/2011 7:14:41 AM PDT by Ernie Kaputnik ((It's a mad, mad, mad world.))
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To: Owl_Eagle; starlifter

Yo, Owl_Eagle,

Forgot to respond to your last question:

“Who’s we?”

All the FReepers you disparged and chastized with your original post. Don’t remember? Go back and read it, Jerk.


43 posted on 08/18/2011 7:17:05 AM PDT by Ernie Kaputnik ((It's a mad, mad, mad world.))
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To: Berlin_Freeper; Owl_Eagle; starlifter

Okie dokie, Berlin_Freeper:

So, what’s your point?

I’m going to ask you the same question I asked Owl_Eagle:

Is this an AA meeting? How long does a “newbie” have to sit around and wait before receiving your “permission” to engage in a debate? 30 days? 60 days? 3 months? 1 year? When does somebody like me receive official permission or approval from somebody like you? Does it include a nice certificate with a gold star?

If JimRob has a problem with me, my comments or attitude and wants to boot me off FR, well that’s fine because it’s his website. Not yours!

Regardless, I’ll be damned if I sit on my hands and let you claim that your “seniority” gives you a ficticious “birthrite” to bust my chops because I’ve been a member for lesser amount of time than you.


44 posted on 08/18/2011 7:27:21 AM PDT by Ernie Kaputnik ((It's a mad, mad, mad world.))
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To: starlifter

Thanks, Starlifter.

Been receiving quite a few negative responses from some FReepers that disagree with me.

Thought this forum was a place for conservative debate. Would appear I was wrong.


45 posted on 08/18/2011 7:29:52 AM PDT by Ernie Kaputnik ((It's a mad, mad, mad world.))
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To: Ernie Kaputnik
Nope.

You don't know what you're talking about. You have no idea what goes on around here and what has gone on for years. This isn't a difference of opinion about something you may have different experiences with.

It's something you have NO experience with.

Your sign up date proves that empirically.

But don't let that stop you from opining about something you haven't the first clue about.

46 posted on 08/18/2011 7:31:47 AM PDT by South Hawthorne (In Memory of my dear Friend Henry Lee II)
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To: Ernie Kaputnik
Welcome to FR. I always find it funny - and pathetic - when people look up join dates and then claim a new joiner has no legitimacy. I never understood the logic and it strikes me as the ultimate second grade argument: "you're a poopy head!"

On cop threads there is a spectrum, bounded by the “pro-cop-whatever-the-cops-do-it-is justified” on the one hand to the “all cops are jack booted thugs”. The shorthand for the former is “cop-sucker” and for the latter “cop haters”.

From my point of view the pro-cop crowd is generally associated with the police industry, either directly or indirectly. You'll see some very interesting twists in logic as they try to justify outrageous police actions and activity (e.g., Fullerton).

Personnaly I treat police with skepticism and do not consider them heros. I believe they should be held to the standards of the community, so I am probably viewed as a hater.

47 posted on 08/18/2011 8:20:13 AM PDT by starlifter (Pullum sapit)
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To: Owl_Eagle; Berlin_Freeper; starlifter

Whatever, Gramps (Owl_Eagle).

You still have not responded to my question. Rather, you continue to make vague comments that are void of anything other than “you don’t know what goes on around here and what has gone on for years.”

What the hell does that mean? There is absolutely no substance to what you are saying. Rather it is non-sensical. Furthermore, your statement that “this isn’t a difference of opinion” is in fact a lie. That is EXACTLY what it is. Our disagreement is based entirely upon a difference of opinion, and while I am still attempting to debate you about our differing opinions, you refuse to debate the matter and prefer that I just shut up and go away. What are you? A liberal posing as a conservative? What you are essentially telling me is that, because you have been a member of FR longer than I have, you don’t have to use any supporting argumentative facts to prove that your argument is superior, and instead, that I must accept you are right and I am wrong. That is a classic tactic that liberals/progressives use when they can’t defend their position.

No offense, but that is total B.S. And since you refuse to have a logical, fact-based debate, I refuse to debate you on this issue any longer, and will not respond to any more of your clap-trap. So don’t waste any more of your (or my) time on it.

I wish you well, Brother. Again, no offense is intended, but you can’t go around claiming your seniority gives you carte blanche to say whatever tickles you fancy without somebody like me calling you out onto the mat.

Been real nice chatting with you. Be well, keep the faith and go with God. (May the Lord bless you and keep you. May He make his face shine upon you and be gracious unto you. May the Lord look upon you with favor and grant you His peace. In the Name of the Father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Go in peace and serve the Lord.)


48 posted on 08/18/2011 8:45:14 AM PDT by Ernie Kaputnik ((It's a mad, mad, mad world.))
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To: freedomwarrior998

You want a name? Carol nickoles of Collier county FL. Used me to get revenge on my father for daring to file a complaint. My brother heard her bragging to her friend. I had one lie about why he pulled me over. I’ve had others that are too personal to share on FR.
Before her I had your blinkers on. There have been others who’s names I don’t have. Almost every officer I’ve felt with has had a militant attitude.
All over FR there are stories with supporting documentation of police abuse. Frankly, it should have it’s own section on FR for deniers.
Maybe you should also read up on that Canton Ohio officer in the news. Ten years ago he turned off the camera and beat a man. Why didn’t that end his career right then?


49 posted on 08/18/2011 8:51:13 AM PDT by LevinFan
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To: freedomwarrior998

You want a name? Carol nickoles of Collier county FL. Used me to get revenge on my father for daring to file a complaint. My brother heard her bragging to her friend. I had one lie about why he pulled me over. I’ve had others that are too personal to share on FR.
Before her I had your blinkers on. There have been others who’s names I don’t have. Almost every officer I’ve felt with has had a militant attitude.
All over FR there are stories with supporting documentation of police abuse. Frankly, it should have it’s own section on FR for deniers.
Maybe you should also read up on that Canton Ohio officer in the news. Ten years ago he turned off the camera and beat a man. Why didn’t that end his career right then?


50 posted on 08/18/2011 8:51:24 AM PDT by LevinFan
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