Skip to comments.Motorists detained as police search for robbery suspect(All Adults Handcuffed In Every Car)
Posted on 06/03/2012 3:23:17 AM PDT by AmonAmarth
AURORA, Colo. Police have a person of interest in custody in connection with the robbery of the Wells Fargo back at 15301 E. Hampden Avenue Saturday afternoon.
Immediately following the robbery, police closed the intersection of Iliff and Buckley after reports the suspect might have taken hostages.
According to our crew on the scene, police stopped and searched nearly two dozen cars. The adult occupants of the vehicles were handcuffed during the investigation.
At the very least the way will be paved.
Sometimes I think that both the Media and the Police departments are going out of their way to create an “Us vs. Them” environment here in America. The end result of such thinking is that “Them/those people” are not really people and deserve everything that is done to them.
Now the real kicker here is this: When will the public at large start to think the same things toward the Police Forces?
Why don’t they go to Congress and detain all the ‘Rat reps. Without a doubt the robbery suspect is there and they’ll find quite a few others.
So in response to a suspect taking hostages, the police took hostages too? Great, just great.
It’s time to say NO, folks, and say it loud!
So mass preventive detentions are now legal? This will cause its own problems. If you resist, are you resisting arrest, failing to follow police orders, what?
The link is broken.
I wouldn’t limit that to just the Rats.
The city of Aurora better prepare for lawsuits.
Exactly how should the possible hostage situation been handled instead of what was done. What procedures and steps should have been taken to immediately solve the situation as opposed to what they did?
What should the exact law enforcement/police process have been in that situation?
Never gonna happen. There's more than enough evidence to conclude that already. You're welcome to keep typing it for a little while longer.
Let’s start with what they should not have done. They should not have engaged in mass violations of the 4th Amendment for everyone in the vicinity.
The link worked for me just now..
Oh, cut the cops a break! They are just following orders. If they didn’t, they’d lose their jobs, and not find other jobs. How would they feed their families?
What should the exact process have been in that situation? I mean, as experienced law enforcement professionals not hamstrung by liberal laws passed by liberals, I assume you should all be able to have perfectly solved and mitigated that situation.
I mean, as opposed to simply doing nothing what should have been done? Since all local and county police are nothing more than stormtroppers in Obama’s personal civilian army, drones if you will, with Obama giving personal orders to every single cop in the nation.
Lord knows I just love signing on duty, jacking my brain into the matrix, and getting all my daily unconstitutional orders from Obama and Holder. it’s like they’re my besties while I’m on duty. The little burning constitution sitting on my shoulder telling me what I should do to deny every single person’s rights that I come into contact with.
Oh, it’s just great, when I’m not on duty (shooting every dog I see) I’m off at the secret Agenda 21 bunker training at the gas chambers for when we’re ordered to round up all the tea partiers.
ummm, easy answer, dont handcuff innocent people, they could have asked the adults to sit on the curb while one officer searched and another watched the adults. Really no need to handcuff.
You are being facetious and not looking at the big picture.