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#7 - vladstronsy (12/31/2013) [+] (9 replies)
It is the duty of all human beings to protect those who can not protect themselves.
Nice job Joe. You've fulfilled an obligation you entire government has not.
User avatar #2 - razgrizninja (12/31/2013) [+] (13 replies)
...they have no legal duty to protect you, but you are supposed to call them if you are in trouble. flawless logic
#19 - mankey ONLINE (12/31/2013) [-]
How I imagine the police reacted.
How I imagine the police reacted.
#26 - VikingSharkPANCH (12/31/2013) [+] (53 replies)
Which is why the second amendment exists. When seconds count, help is only minutes away!
User avatar #42 to #26 - dellexe (01/01/2014) [-]
Call 911, response time 10 minutes.
Call m1911, response time 5 seconds.
#114 - Deeticky (01/01/2014) [+] (24 replies)
Ok guys, I'm going to clarify a couple things for you.

1: Joe Lozito is telling his side of the story, and the NYPD is telling theirs. As of right now, there isn't any evidence giving good credit to either side of the story. This is why the case is being reviewed by the courts. This does not mean Joe lied or that he isn't a hero, it just means that we can't know for certain exactly what happened yet.

2: I've been hearing a lot of complaining about this "no duty to protect" thing. People are not understanding what that really means though. This doesn't mean that an officer can just sit there and munch on popcorn while somebody is being attacked. What it does mean is that an officer of the law cannot be held liable in court for the injuries sustained by the victim of a crime-It is the perpetrator who is held liable. The police are legally required to enforce the laws of the United States and therefore must intervene when something like this happens.

Come on, guys, un-sourced images like this are just meant to stir up anger and go viral. You can't just believe everything you read on the internet. That being said, the NYPD, just like many other big-city police departments, could use a lot more regulation and review. If you'd like to take part in solving the issue, vote for politicians who have police review as part of their agenda. If you want to know what I believe, it's that Joe was a hero who took the guy down, and the police aren't giving him enough credit. The problem is, pictures like this don't really help-they just make people mad and ignorant of the law.

User avatar #8 - Grom (12/31/2013) [+] (25 replies)
a 70's supreme court ruling found that it is NOT the duty of police officers to protect citizens, but to uphold the law no matter what that entails.
User avatar #16 to #8 - commontroll (12/31/2013) [-]
And that is why I am pro concealed carry. So many people are under the belief that police are here to protect us. Sadly, they don't have the numbers or equipment to do so.
#74 - betars (01/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
>Police have no duty to protect citizens. They want citizens protect themselves.
>Wanting to ban guns


what.
#56 - ianmcgunny (01/01/2014) [-]
>tfw "To Protect and Serve."
User avatar #58 - useroftheLOLZ (01/01/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Uh, the police don't have a civic duty to protect human lives, their only duty is to enforce the laws that be.
User avatar #63 to #58 - approval (01/01/2014) [-]
Stabbing and killing people is against the law. This guy was most likely on a wanted list. Truth is the police yet again failed to do their job.
#151 - carcassofgorguts (01/01/2014) [+] (12 replies)
I don't rely on cops anyway, I've got knives and guns ************ !


Oh and NYC sucks, they basically want you to be killed because self defense is evil to the Bloomberg-ites and the Ray *************** .
#41 - ninjabadger ONLINE (01/01/2014) [+] (6 replies)
No legal duty to protect citizens...

You have firearms and other tools to stop criminals, so you better make it your goddamn business to protect people merely because it's human decency. If you can't even do that, then you're just a pathetic excuse of a person (assuming you have the means to protect someone).

And I mean really, the ************ was committing a crime by trying to kill someone, so at least do the job that you are "legally obligated" to do. That's just an absolute disgrace to public service.

I have family members in the police force and medical fields, so I do understand there are a ton of good public servicemen (and servicewomen). That's what makes this even sadder of an issue. But all of this is on the basis of what's been provided, there could have been some other piece of this that might've prevented them from helping (it better have been a damn good one too).
#66 - crazyolitis (01/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
It's the 						*******					 duty of any human to help each other out when needed, be it big or small, especially when someone's being murdered, you should bloody help them not get killed.
It's the ******* duty of any human to help each other out when needed, be it big or small, especially when someone's being murdered, you should bloody help them not get killed.
#23 - marsupilami (12/31/2013) [-]
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#65 - kotos (01/01/2014) [+] (4 replies)
in the military one of our general orders are "To prevent serious bodily harm to ourselves and those under my watch." seeing as the man was getting stabbed I would be 100% cleared to kill hiss assailant as we do not give warning shots.
#100 - failtolawl (01/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
"the city is now claiming that the NYPD does not have any legal duty to protect it's citizens"
"the city is now claiming that the NYPD does not have any legal duty to protect it's citizens"

#245 - TARDIS (01/01/2014) [-]
Where on my badge does it say anything about protecting people?


Uh, second word, chief.
User avatar #178 - allenbahrain ONLINE (01/01/2014) [+] (45 replies)
A police officer carries a gun to protect himself, not to protect you. The supreme court has upheld this decision many times. Isn't it strange that the same people who want to take away gun rights, their first response is to call someone with a gun to defend them?
User avatar #184 to #178 - wooyoungkim (01/01/2014) [-]
Yes, because Police aren't supposed to "Serve and Protect"


I was a cop. Was a riot cop, didn't carry a gun in particular, but I know that its my job to protect innocents from criminals. It's not ******* rocket science.
#70 - Iseewhatudidthar (01/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
> I found this picture on facebook and felt responsible enough to share this with you fggts.

And you don't think that some random person found this picture and made up the story?...
User avatar #22 - puut (12/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Things are never as they seem on the internet.

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